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GOVERNMENT DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

GOVERNMENT DAYS. On the ordnler of the dny for. going into Com-. mittee of Supply. ... Mr. Rotton moved pursuant to notice, .." That it be'a sessional order of this House, that during the renalinder of the present session, Government busi; ness shallhavo precedence of all other business on T~uesdays, in addition to the :daya now set apartfor tlht purpose. It wvs neceesary for him to 'dclay theHonso ?vy sayingr much in suppolrt. of the mintion, as it was;one thtt spioke ,fr, itself.. The Hluse .wtas now doing;'whit. they' miught.; t hl~-ae done beforo the year comnmenced. It was-admitted hy ,.every onteathatthe Government were ncting illegally at tho.prerent omomenl, in spending moneyt without previous prlinarlmentary-sanctsln being oh taiiiedl. There were h, h)wv.er, xcuses to blin:lde for tliis:GoQiernment,?:a.-the. course of events hlad necessitateditliemn tood6 what thiey were now doing; yet thoush.tiiis- wsthele : case-. the:- H[ouse ought relieve them of the difficulty as soon ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT OFF WOLLONGONG HARBOR.—THREE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

PATAL OAT'AT ACITDENT OFF. WOLLONGONa HARBORL-THREE LIVES LOST. IPiOS TOs IMLAWiUA nERCooBr.] Wo regret to have to record the occurrence of one of the mostsad and calamitous accidents that has ever tran spired in these parts. Last night, the Kimoaesteamer, nied off Wollosgong just as it became dusk, but did oot ater the harbor., A oumrber of passengers wero landd the life boat~in charge of tho4irst mate. This boat took in several balgs of coal, and rOturned, and was followed by another bost weith the maoui and other pus sengero, in charge of the second mats, Hr. Aleak h'Phee. This boat likewise took in a number of bhgs of coal, and returued in safety to the vessel, discharged the coal, and then was returuing t. the shore wlhen sho mustlave upset by some means, ajd it is beyond doubt that her crew have all perished. The boat was drifted on the beach at the nest end of the south quay wall, and the three paddles, one of them broken, were also picked up upon the rocks outsidle of the ha...

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A CONDEMNED CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

A CONDlEMNED RInMINAL.-Goodson, who is now awniting the execution ofj the sentence of death, presents a most distressing spectacle. Old age, confinement, and apparently intense grief, seem to be taking the work of the execu tioner out of his hands. The condemned man can hardly support his chains. He appears, however, very penitent, and spends his time chieiy in prayer and the perusal of Itis Bible. But he complains that tite true facts of Itis case were not brought out in evidence. He has no friends to visit him, and htis conditiont appears to be desolate. REPRIEVE.-Thle Maitlond Mfercar states that, on Wednesday last, the gaoler, Mr. Wal lace, received a telegram from the Sheriff that David Callaghati, one of the three prisoners ordered for execution this doy (Thursday), had been reprieved by the G(overnor-Gcneral. It may be remembered that Callaghan was con victed of the murder of James Telfer, at Tan nebah, on the 3rd of January last, before Mr. Justice Dickinson, upon circumstan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY. In answer to Mr. Samuel, the Colonial Trea surer said, the Governneent had received no communicaticn from the Government of Victo= ria respecting the establishment of a gold es cort to the Snowy River. It was the intention of this Government to establish custom-house stations on the borders of the colony to secure the payment of the gold duty, and of other duties on goods in the trade of Quecns!and and Victoria. Mr. Windeyer brought up the report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the work ing of the Sydney Grammar School. Mr. Weekes laid on the table the report of the Board appointed to inquire into the late col lision of the Emeu and Williams. Mr. Parkes presented a petition from the ex tra messengers of the House, complaining that their pay was entire y insuffiiscnt for the sup port of their families. EXPORT OF GUNPOWDER. On the Order of the Day for the second read ing of the Gunpowder Exportation Restriction bill, Mr. Weekes moved the sec...

Publication Title: Examiner
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THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

THUnReDY, AranL'2tGT. TxE Legislative Council met yesterday at half past four o'clock. Notice was given by Dr. Douglas, on behalf of Mr. Isaacs, that the hltter hoen. member will, on WVednesday next, move for leave to bring in a bill for the appointment of a fourth Judge to tile Supreme Cou'rt; : ' '' A' message was repelved;'conveyhig the 'ai ?esit of the Governor-Genieral, on behalf of her Majosty, to the Sydney Insurance Compiany's Act. A bill was received fron:thoe Assembly to prohibit the exportation of gunpowder and warlike stores, and was reaid a first time, the Colonial Secretiry giving notice that on the next day of meeting he shonld move:the sus pension of the Stianding Orders, in order that the bill, which was one of considerable urgency, may be passed. Mlr. Johnson again postponed his motion in reference to the unauthorized expenditure of public moneys. SDr. Macfarlane's motion for returns in refer ence to luntaics was extended to all gaols in the colony, instead of bein...

Publication Title: Examiner
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FRIDAY, 27TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

: FOIDAY, 27TH APnIL. The Legislative Assembly ~ p att li?fpast thr e o'clock. 7' Papers were laid in the tabe by M Woeeko. and ordered to be printed;, ° Mr. Hodgson preoiented a pieition from Jam"es Boyle, aIntely employed at the Signal Station at' ' Newcastle. In answer.to Mr. Walker, the Colonial Tree-. surer said it was understood that the volunteer corps was broken up. T'he ilast grant voted for this purlpose, not having been claimed, ias written off the Auditor-General's books at the end of 1859.' In answer to Mr. Jenkins, the Secretary for Public Works said there wasno objection to lay orin the table the plans of the proposed works for doo-' darising the sowers. Some other preliminary business was gone tllhrough. On the motion of Mr. Parkes, the House went - into Committee to receive evidence on the railway . worlks. Mr.:Parkes moved,, that John Whistton, Esq., hbe called to thie bar. Mr. Arnold thought the better con1te: would beo'~e for the maover to.conclude his case again...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

THUIIsDAY, APRL, 265m. The Legislative Assembly met yesterday at half-past three o'clock. On the motion of Mir. Piddingtoo, leave of abseoce for three weeks was granted to Mr. Plunkett. Mr. Parkes brought upftbe report from the Committee on the Hawkesbury Benevolent So ciety's Act Amendment Bill, .Several new notices of motion were givenby members. Papers were laid on the table by Mr. Weekes and ordered to be printed1 * Some other preliminary. business was gone through; On the miotibn:of- fr. Axzold; iew.membeissr.;se wero added to the"Library and the Standing '¾ 'Orders Comnmittees. On the motion of Mr. Weekes, tioe Gunpowder Export restriction Bill was read a third time and passed. Mr. Blake was seconded by Mr. Laidlaw and. Mr. Gray, and took his seat for the Hunter. A message was received from the Governoec General signifying that the Royal assent had been given to the Sydney Iniaurance Company's Act Amendment Bill. On the motion of Mr. Weekes, the House went into Committee of Su...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

DIED. On the 25th April, at Warrata House, Kiama, John, the beloved and only child of John and Aliace McArthur, of Greenhills, Shoalhaven, aged 1 year and 6 months. On the 30th April, at Bonaria Farm, Edward Osborne Vance, aged 11 months, one of the beloved twins of Joseph and Isabella Vance. On the 1st instant, at his residence, Kiama, Hugh Houston Taylor, Esq., in his 48th year, lately of Shoal- haven, and formerly of Balnamena, County Antrim, Ireland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

Notice. THE Friends of the late Mr. HUGH TAYLOR are requested to attend his Funeral which will move from his late residence, Kiama, on THURSDAY next, at 11 o'clock punctually. No circulars will be issued.   GEO. TURNER, Undertaker.   FLOOD RELIEF FUND     Amount already advertised 4;.......;. , 203: 2 Thomas J. Fuller ............ £2 0 ;0 ,; : G..K...Waldron ...........;.. 11-,0 :0 ?. , James Harvison .............. O 2 6 Professor Hansen, nmoiety of proft of lacture on elec-. tro-bsolosy .. .. Mount Pleasant Schoolol.... I' 5 11 '' - Williamni;Wenham........ 10 0 " 6 16 6 Transmittod to Shoalhaven£76 10 0 ;, Ditto ditto...... ..... 100 10 6 177 0 ;6 : .In hanld ..:......... £33~0 1 In the fprmer. list 3Margioet i M'Clelland' a sub scriptioin was inserted as £1instead ofls.;": : AMUSEMENTS. J OHN PAIRNELL of Tamarang hoalliaen l begs to inform tho inralih tants of that district, thot he intends.to, celoebrate thoeimportant event of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

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PROPOSED LECTURE AT HINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

Paoos.' LECTURE AT :HINTO. At? tthe police cour,, at t Enet MIaiTland; the other day, tliheChief, .Coiatablo called the'attention of the Benchl to.tlio following advertisement, published in :thel A/rercury:-"t Lecture.-The hsinfulness and barbarism':of State Churches; with remarks upon 6 t li:: spirit'of intolerance evoked by-Mr. MA'Intyre's .late .leture. Mr,' Dvid Biichahan will deliver a, lecture on` the` above subject, at MIr. O'Biiceni' Vicetoria Htol;' inton ?on Situr-. day:evening the'o28thinstant., Chairitbol;oetken atin seven o'clock precisely. All sects ar re 'qu'ested to attend:." He said he was of opinion 'thait, i the present state of.:publio feeling, Tthe deliveiry 'of'suich'a- leoture at' a'public-housa would tend:t6 ?tlie dislurbanchi of the peace; 'iandi" he tll refor,.thought i 'il himp :duty to·bring the matter before.their i;worshlps',notie, tlihat they, miight take. anystep ,they saw, fit.,:, Tle,b'cnc?i took -.the 'imnatter' into- consideration,; land,: Mr. O'B...

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MESMERIC CONVERSAZIONE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

EshrERrd*ooNVh RBk ZI$NrNE.. i ( -".5 +, . , " u -- t1idMTUsme5's ENPOS.) { ' "" •A.~SýLEqq lonversazione wa.,held last-'evening atb Mr, ,Cqane's.,,school-room, Stanley-street; Woolloomooloo, for experimenting on leisubject of Electro-biology. " Owing to .the unfavorable state of the weather, the .company assembled, who. had been privately invited, was small,.but .evidently,consisted of persons who took a lively interest inlthe subject. -We observed' several gentlemen highly distinguished foi this soieitific attainment. .Mr .Cane said there were four or :fivein :,the room, who had been operated upon.s -Ii :. There is a test by which the.hssceptibilify of a'patient msny" be tried;' This was passinigthe fingers of the operator several times voer;the hand oftlio patient. . When the persont is 'us ceptible this producese nmiinuness. The lecturer tried'this test on a young ian;- It proved him -to b susceptible. Mr. Cane then proceeded'ito mesmerise him. After a number of passes ?he appea...

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FIRE AT CASTLEMAINF. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

FinE AT: CAStLEMAINF. FoUn PERsoNs euRnfED TO 'DEATH .-Oneof those lamentable occurreiinces wvhichfill tlie public mind with hor roi:liIs'just'taken place.in; Mostyn-street; Castle imaine, by which four lives.havo been lost, and five persons seriously` injured. , : About two r o'clock a:ii ori Saturday. morning a boarding. house :in 'Mostyn-street, kept by. a person named- Mark 'Stephens;' aos discovered to be on fire, and the flames -piread with- such rapidity, that the premises (constructed almost:eintirely of wood),- were con sumed ini a few'iminutes. Four 'of .the: inmates 'uinfortunately were unable to eseape.. This 'tragedYj was att ibuted tob several , circumstanaes of; more than'a usually painful natire.-- brother, about to esecpe from the burning' house, found that :his 'sister was unable to do so. .He returned to her 'assistance, and both perished in. each other's arms." A: youpg couple about to be -married next day, whlo were boarding.their, had retired to rest 'wheni the...

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DESTITUTION IN SYDNEY.—THE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

-.DESTITUTION IN HYDNEY.--THE COMMITT.EE'S 'REPORIT. 'Sons? time ago, during last year, Mr. PARKES ":miiovedl for a Committee of the Assembly to con 'Lsider the condition of the working-classes in .Sydney. A considerable number of these were declared to be unemployed, and an amount of -distress consequently to exist. That Committee "'.has given in their report, which has 'been pub lished at length in the 'Sydney daiily papers. 'F .y-oi'e ~witnesses have been examined, who s'eem uipon the whole to have been selected very 'fairly from the various classes likely to give -sound and practical information upon the sub. :jet of the enquiry. The report is an elaborate p?lduction, occupying several columns of small print of the Herald newspaper. It gives what we must believe to be a faithful account of the manifold evils .as disclosed in the'evidence. But except in hints on several points, it fails to .-show how these evils are 'to be remedied. Per -haps the Committee was not obliged to do m...

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ARRIVAL OF GOLD BY ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

ARRIVAL OF GOLD 1BYESCORT.7. THn Southern -Esdort arrived at: the :Mint at 8f o'clock, last evening, with 0800 ouhces..., : o es:.. dwt. grs. From Kiandra..3... ..........: 0883 .15 .1 ; , ... .......... ..... 88 ; 0 010 Adelong... r;............. 1213,; 15 .6 ; ..::~.:::..?. .....-... . ,.-73, 15 :0 1149. 5 :.:T The Goulburn "invoice does not : gjive 'the quantity ' received . fromh Biaidwood ;'but, accord ing foi hie iholeo amount re . ceived, ilust be . U;.:..;.. 1450 A14 17 ; ... Total..;.:.:. .9800 0 0 " The weekly Western .Escort' also arrived at 'the Mint yestermday, bringing' upwards of 2000 ouniiiices inmaking the -whole:quantity of gold. re ceived by tho .escrt "yesterday about, 12,000 ounfices. Friday's Epinire.

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNEBDAY, MAY 2. BEaonz His Worship the'Mayor and all the Alder men, but Ilderman Miller. Minutes of last meeting'wereo read and approved. BSERVNG NOTICES ,OF RATES. Tenders 'were received from parties offering to serve notices of rates, and on the motion of Alder man Pike, seconded by Alderman Blow, those of Arneld and Edwards were accepted. TEBRALO l-STIREET. Tenders were also received .for -forming, the road in Terralong-street, Kiania, from the Ponrnd to Mr. Bulllons, and on thes motion of Alderman Colley, seconded by. Alderman Hanraghan, the tender of Messrs. Morris and Hughes, at £2 15s. per chain, was neaccepted. On the motion of Alderman Pike, seconded by Alderman Hukins, the teider of James 'M'Donald, for the remainderof that work from Bullens, to the terniination of the present contract at Pike's' Hill, was accepted, upn condition, tlihat he build a cul vert at a price. to be fixed by Improvement Com mittee. . - . Alderman Blaow moved as an amendm...

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THE MURDER AT STONEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

THE MUaDCietAT STONEY CE1iK.-During the whole of'Thursday, the Bench of magistrates at West, Maitland were occupied ivith the inquiry into the murderof John Burton,..,The accused person was George E. Swanu, who was appre hended at Sydney, on Friday night, by Inspec. tor Harrison, on stepping from ithe Meorpeth ste?we.r .Ilo wits brought befiore the Sydney Police Choit on Saturday morning, and re .-statded to Maitland. On Saturday evening he was sent to Maitland in custody of Sergeant ""K ridigun of the Maitland Iolies force. On l"= hd.ayd"'e .was brought before the Court and .0?.Jeq?di# dl til, T'huirsdayto afford time. for the -a i.lp.gn)ng of. witnesscs. About -twenty-five witnesses have been situmioned, Ties si?b'atance of the evidence given, is tlii.. The prisoier was released fro-gaol; about five weeks ago, and lie had been there before. HIIe took up his lodg ings et-ihl!Currency Las ..(Ml.- C-onn's), and, stating his poverty, had borrowed money from . .rious parties, On Wednes...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

Ma. h. M. STuAa .-We believe that Mr. +Stuart is now fairly od his grand journey across the continent--He started with a light| but admirably euii~pped' prty!'from Chambers'1 Creek (nearly 700 miles frou-.town), on thle 2nd March, all in good health aind spirita. The' iotention is to make across the country in a .north-westorly. direction for Cambridge Gjif ; and it is tlhe opinion of those best qualified to form an opinion, that Mr. Stuart will not only .cress,.tho continent, but recross it. Of course 'flis'iiip6sosible to say what unexpected diffliul *.ties he may have to contend with; but, whatever is within the bounds of possibility, he will ac complish. The period of his absence is calculated at about si.xmonths from date of starting. We aneed hardly state that all luggage, &o., is re doned to the largest weight consistent with prudence and safety. Mr. Stuart goes out at :.the..sole charge if Messrs. Chambers and Fincke; .obntslbould he cross the continent and solve the...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. - FROnM 00 COnRRPSiNDENTS.]' GERRINGONG. TN common "with the rest of the district, Gerringong has been visited iy another flood. .Tho creeks wore as high as'during the late one that wrought such disasters at Shnolhaven. -"The feed on the low. lends. such as Miller's!Swimp;has .been tich in jured by the water lying, and as it soaked, .leaving a sediment on it, 'ind'on the liill firms, thdroe are numerotis'earth.slipls. The roads have not been cut up so much.ns might have .eon expected, the. rain heingeso heavy that it formed channels for itself. iind so ran off. A breach ivies forimed hear Mount Pleas ant, by.the riad 'slipping away down into Mr. Reganiis paddock. biutit'rvae qickly repaaired, and was passable on Tuesday morhin: As a muitter of course that unfortdinate road through Alnb Bank has suffiered severely, nnd is now impassable. A' small creek having left its natural bed, forced its way, and made a cut across the road five or six feet deep by eight or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 May 1860

Amoiioit alt edy advert ;. £20 4 'hboirnJ. Filler . 2..0... 0.:::£: 0 G. i.Y W~aldron * ...,.:. :1: 0 Jaines Harvison...... ..... O 0. .": P.ofessor Hansen, moiety of - ': ::":i profit of lecture on elec tro biology .... ... : 7. 0 Mount Pleasant 9School..... 16 5 1 William Wenham.... ....:. .. 1' 0 --- -' :6 16 ,5 £210 0 7 Transmitted to Shoalhaven£76 10 0. Ditto ditto..................;. 100 10 6: . 17706 . In'hand '...;.... ;1. 33 0: In the former list Margaret It'Clelland'' sub-. scription was insorted as £1 nstead of. : . - Ten Shillings' Beward; T OST, from the Beach, Kiama, on Tuesday last, I "1st May, a Large Black Horse, with white fnces and collar marked, about fourteen hands liiih. Any person returning the sanie to W. J. Francis,. Ghlden Boot, Kiama, will receive the above re ward. OR: SALE. A Good Plough "and Harrow, SfELL Watered Farms-to .Let :at -Jamberoo. . : . Apply.to .. ' -" ROBERT IL PERROTT. A QUANTITY, of piper suitable.!'fr wrapping a up store goods .'.For sal...

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