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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. E,'U beg to inform our advertising friends, that .V we intend in future to render our SADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must in all cases be paid. for when brought to the office. Thisarrangement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in bringing.out the paper, and it is hoped that their supporters will so far aid the proprietors in their undertaking. The Examinner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Contracts madsfor Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonable terms. , ,.. '. Nr. Coasxiltis Lrse?t~r lhashbeen appointed Collector r he Kxith' ExzisNER, and is authForised to receive inyýsunms duq'to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGTION COMPANY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. Fnoac SYDNEY; On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, direct, at 11 p.m. Fanox KIAAA: Every Monday and Friday, at 9 a.m., and on Tuesdays * and Thursd...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

TO OUR ADVEIRTISING FRIENDS. Advertisers aio ptrcularly requested to rPnd in their ftcers by the prescribed houror. lock oo the eviuntg precr1iit g thte day oftpublication. W"ut of attention to this, oceistous meta delay and iocorotontcrthan they may imntiue. • rTO CORItE.SPONDENTS] fl t' parftiularly requestedl tbt lettero for the Examonor moy be nddrr,.o I to the Editor, only, (without mctltotdlz any |tame) In o, d ,r to prevent onfusion. .Alt ot uro otblons Intutled for insertion muot bh authenti ' ated by the nan0o ond address of the writer-not nocessarily for publicatior, but or a guaranteo of good faith. We'cannot undertake to return reolooted communictiootlons. Advertisers are requested to bo partitultr it marking the number of lnsortions on ench advertitement, otherwlso'they woll belnserted and charged for till c rooteroanded. Ordersr for withbdrawal or alterations, must bo se0t to the'otlto (in writing) before noon on telb dy prior to publication.

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

DIARY. DayN of tho W?o.I DAyoft Su'rieo aset WEDNESDAY ... Aug. 22 I35 6 31 . 6 fTHUfBDAY ... j 6 S 56 61 6 FIRIDAY .......... 2 6 I 3 5 7 THE EXAMINER. PJDLISIIED . EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

TIIE SNOW'Y RIVER. 0 [rao Tn 5. . tnnAtL.] A rnACTICAL digger, who left Sydney on his return to Kiandra shont a month since, writes as follows under date August 10th:-" I arrived here at noon yesterday, after a journey of twenty-seven days from Sydney. There has been a great change in things since we left in May; there is not a tent to be seen now on New Chum Hill, or the hills adjoining; all is deserted. The claim I sold turned out a schicer, not worth 2d. The fluming company have shifted their flume to the other side of where we worked, and it extends now for about one hundred feet be low our old clim, where I found the nugget. The flume claim pays only for about the width of eight feet, and will probably pay well for fifty feet in length. The outlay has been large, however, and;I do' not bdlieve t'dit can net much after expenses are paid. Three ivaterwheels have been erected to run California pumps above where Burke anu his party were working. Th?e bridgd is built about 100 yards...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIANDRA DIGGINGS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

KIANDRA. DIGGINGS 'PROM TUE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.] AUGUST 11.-The weather, which.-h la looked very threatening up to last night, broka this morning, the wind died away, aod the sun came out warm and bright. We are, therefore, in hopes that the foretold heavy snowstorm will not visit us again. These fine days are gettinug us well over the winter. EscoUt -The escort came in to-day bring ing the Sydneucy despatches of the 23rd July only. it seems the roads are very bad all down the line, and that last week's escort had great diffliculty in getting down. To day upwards of 1370 oezs. go down amongst which are several parcels of very superior gold, especially from the Four Mile. This must be considered a very good return, as the diggers have scarcely been able to work do. ring the 1 fttecr part of the week. SNowY PLAINs -The Chief Commissioner returned yesterday from an inspection of the Snowy Plain diggings, lie reports little doing there, only from 50 to 100 actually working Much snow...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

TO THo EDITOR On THE EXaiMINER. Sin,-0.oof sour writers in the Examiner finds fault with certain proceedings of mine at Ulladulla on a re enot ocaesion. and 'civility is certaitily none of the merits of his'letter;--but when reviled it would ill 'be conmens to revile again. Your correspondent would have phrased one of the sentences of the report diffor ently, so as to make it more correct, Well, to this there need be no objection. Then I am complained of for making "great efbforts" to obtain n footing in that quarter. Different men will entertain difl'ront views on this subject. Some wtill say it was right; others will say it was wrong. At any rato there will 'be one mind upon this.-that I was not- spending the time in inaction : and that is a point of some Importance. Well, if it was wrong-to make "great efforts" at Jllhdulla, TI must plead guilty to a series of similar wrongs in not a few other aces, for since thoecommencement of this current year I have visited many districts, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

- ADELAIDE. Friday, 4 p.m. Flour market a-shade easier. Biurra Burra Copper reduced to £93 per ton. Thoe Lady Bird (s.), is chartered for the branch-service to King George's Sound.

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OUTRAGE BY ARMED BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

OUTRAGE we Anacn BURGLARS.-Oi Wednes day morning, between the hours of one and two o'clock, two men armed with pistols entered the house of Mr. Marshall, ahorse and cattle dealer, who resides at the Springs. One of them advanced to the bed where Marshall lay, and with pistol on cock demanded the keys of the boxes. Seeing but one person, Marshall jumped out of bed and showed fight, when the ruffian snapped the pistol at him, which missed fire. The other fellow then advanced from the door to the assistance of his companion, and a sharp decisive struggle ensued, during which the combatants rolled on to the ground. Marshall was assisted by his wife, but eventually they were obliged to snuccumb to the miscreants, but not until Marshall was seriously injured in various parts of the body. Among other injuries, he is supposed to have two ribs broken. The thieves having secured the keys, ransacked the house, and carried off a eon siderable sum of money (the price of cattle sold the previous ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ULLADULLA. August 15, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

ULLADULLA. August 15, 18G0. Tuo \VIATIra.-Wo have been blessed at lanst with a few fine days, which were very mach re quired. Good feed for cattle is scarce in this neighbood, and if the frosty weather which has set in now continues much longer there will be no feed stall. The roads are in a fearful plight, and the settlers here begin to feel the want of a munici pality very much. Many of them living alongside of the main road objected to it because they thought they would have a good road at the Government expense; but they lhave been fearfuldly disappointed, for although suflicient money has been allowed by Government to keep the road in good order, yet through the mismanagement of the magistrates, the money lehas been all wasted, and the roads in many places are much worse. 'lho Government are greatly to blame by giving the magistrates power to spend this money until they have ascertained whether they are fit to lay it out to advantage or not. Some of our J.P.s are well fit to se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. LcnoM ovi conrisrosOna'r.] *SHEI;lHARBOR. Tum Municipal Council met yesterday, August 14th, 1860. Present-The Chairman, Councillors M'Gill, Russell, 'Collins, Wilson, and Graham. The minutes of previous meeting was road and confirmed. The fourth Quarterly Meeting was held this day. The financial statement showed the Treasurer's account to be as follows': Dr. By receipts from ratepaycrs... 4165 12 8 By Governrmeit endowment 370 0, 10 £841 13 6 Cr. Cash paid for road and other improvements 494 17 9' ': Working expenses . *of Council ... 151 17 3 , 'Credit balance ...... '194 18 6 The Report' adopted -by the Council recommends that a new assessment of the properties of the Municipality be made in the course of two moinths for the follos g reasois: 1st. It is tund by relerence 'to the meap 'of theim Munieipalitythat there is 80200 acres of land within the Muicip:il boundary, whilst the assessment roll shows that, but 28919 acres have been assessed, thmus 1251 acre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

MELBOURNE. ' Friday, 7 p.m. Go,? nment not yet formned. M-. ,l.bden and Mr. O'Shanassy reported difficulSies to his Excellency, and other mem bers hgve been seen. The Duffy party are bidding for po Escorts havertbrought in 44,181 ou gold. . .. Flourinimarket supported.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (ABJIDD• FROM TUB nKRATD AND EMPIRE.) GOULBURN. . . Friday, 8 p.m. Nothing important to report in business as prices hiave not changed. :Weather, fine, clear, and froety.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

DIED. At the Manse, Lake Learmouth, Victoria, of hooping- cough, Elizabeth, aged thirteen months, infant daughter of the Rev. G. Mackie.

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TO THE ILLAWARRA DAIRY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 August 1860

TO THE ILLAWARRA DAIRY FARMERS.   [PER FAVOR OF THE ILLAWARRA MERCURY.] FELLOW SETTLERS,—I take the present opportunity of informing the residents of the district, of the dirty way the Illawarra Steam Navigation Company do their business. On Tuesday last, Aug. 14, I depos- ited at the Company's store, Wollongong, for ship- ment to Sydney, two kegs of butter, for Mr. Robert Miller, of Dapto, and two for myself, upon seeing them put on the manifest, I observed that Mr. Miller was charged 3s. for his butter, and that mine   was 4s., upon pointing out the difference in prices to Mr. Makin, I was informed, that I was to be charged more than any other shippers, because I had been known to ship by the "Rapid", when she   was running here. Upon remonstrating with Mr. Makin, against this unlawful and disreputable trickery, I was informed that he (Mr. Makin), could not help it, that he was ordered to charge those who had been known to ship by the "Rapid"...

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VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

VOLUNTEER CAVAL1tY.-A meeting of gentle men favorable to the formation of a volunteer cavalry corps wavs held on Saturday, at the office of the Superintendent of Police, Elizabeth-strceet. About a dozen persons were present, and Cap tain M:Leria presided.g. The following resolu tions were agreed to : 1. "That it is desirable that a corps, to be called the New South W\Vales Mounted Rifles (to include such members of the New South Wales Yeomanry as may desire to join) be formed." 2. "That it is desirable that a committee should be formed to obtain, and that advertisments should be published in thle daily papers inviting, the names of gentle men willing to enro' themselves as members of such corps." 3. " That on the roll reaching the number of fifty members at least, a deputa tion should be chosen from among such members to wait upon his Excellency the Governor-Gene rual to offer the services of such corps, under the existing Volunteers Act." It was further men tioned in the course of ...

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HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

HISTOR Y OF AUSTRALJA. ' H (vaoln ThK VRI?CAVIA CURO41CLL) COAPTER V. He that hurts or Iharms is uilty of a wrong; Disturts the economy of Natures realm, Who when she formed, design'd her own abode. 'The sum is this ! if man's covanenience, health, Or nsafety interfere, hid rights and claims Are paramount, else are all, even the meanest things on eartlh, As free to live and to enjoy that life, Au God was t'ree to form them at th6 first, Who in his sov'reigon wisulom made them all. Ye, therefore, whoi love merry, teach your sana To love it too. 'The springtieo of our years Is soonl dishonour'd and defiled, in most, By buildling ills, that ask a prudent hand 'To check them. Bat, alas, none sooner shoots, If uresotrain'd, into luxuriantgrowth, Than cruelty, most devilish of them ail. Ilercv to hIim, that shows it, is the rule, And righteous limitation of its anet, liv which heav'n moves, in pard'ning guilty man; And he that showa none, being ripe in years, And conscious of the outrageo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DREADFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

Dnans'vL ACCIDENT.-- The unpleasant duty of recording frightful accidents of life and limb amongst us is now growing painfully frequent. On Tuesday last, a feeling of gloom was thrown over our community by the report that a most serious accident had occurred upon the crown of the Reef, by which two of our most persever ing and industrious miners, had, if not deprived of life, been disabled for ever in the pursuit of theircalling. Upon inquiry we gleaned the following particulars-it appears that John Biullock and Jamnes Stewart were at work in their shaft upon the crown of the southern slope. They were in the aectoframming a charge, in which occupation they were using the steel drill, wrapped round with a damp rag, whether by friction thle covering had worn away, or be came ignited, no one can tell; but without a word of warning the fiery blast exploded full upon their faces. Blinded by the powder, scorched in the face, and with a shattered knee cap, Bullock however, managed to climb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAND REVIEW OF VOLUNTEERS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

GRAND REVIEW OF VOLUN TEERS IN LONDON. IT has been already rnnounced that the Queen reviewed about 20,000 of the vulunteer forces in Hyde Park, on the 23rd June. No such sight bad been witnessed in England since 1803. The volunteers are represented as being but a fraction of the whole force in the kingdomu, and at tie same time in stature, strengithl, bearing, and dis cipline, fisrminga powerfl corps d'armee. We take thie fullowing fruom thie reports in thie English papers : The scene along the various lines of marchl towards Hyde Park was most interesting. Omnibuses fromn all parts of thie town, heavily laden both outside and in, carriage.s, cabs, and other vehicles, besides great crowds of pedestri aus, were all making their way-in one direction, -nd toward.; one point; while with them and through them, now passing easily and without let or hIindrantce, and anon almost stopped by the throng of carriages and pedestrians, marched the log black, green, grey, or blue lines of volun te...

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THE BUSHMAN'S RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

Tll'E BUSIfI9.4¢'S RIDE. rToo Tits 5. . UZaLO 0or JULY, 1650.) 4wAY r.h the emnus, like Terror from Wrath ! ' The pusuit'like a death-shadow cloning on their patth; And the long yellow grass waves amund like a sea, Still the ridges ale li?tant nor one lonely tree Os all the broad plain-not a hnsh nor a stoeo ! Speed, speed, for in swifttess is Rofetv nlone ! Aed away rush the emus! awanY like the wind! Ilt the chase like a lire-lstorm etill tidlows behind; 'Thua the iltano tnd the hurricane travel ulong, When the downls are on fire anel thee mpeepar is strong, And the red-rushing rack of high heaven seems slow To tle burening torludo that revels below ! llnrrnlt ! now the bunter hbs hended the flight That scetters like meteor exjlodling e night. Bet tile dogs hlave surroundedeI a ICeautilfl cock, lThie sifest. thle stnatelieat crest i thle flck. 'I'hongh harmless in nature, aend ild aso if tleeO The spirited creature lies thoroughlv ge:m e! And thie honelnds, stout and fearleass, re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

TOE VOLt'NTEER MOVEMENT. 'OtR.erelere will have noticed from several intinR tiona in our columnp, that there is at prescnt a very grent tirin Sydney as to a general formation of oiltunteer cr rpo. Tho news brought by the last mnail otoomer, of the gerenral ette of Europe, and the great prhliiity of the breakitg out of a gencril wear, hlis aroused a feelitag that it woubl be only a pirper anrd juilicioes plIi to lireplare oriously for our own dofeice. Accordingly, while many people piruiPO that there haotll be a gencri calling out of every able-liodied moan in the coniitry as a militit, others, without waiting for the Government to en farce thils Iry a genirsl enactient, hove storted as volunteers, and begun to organise three lifforent botlieeviz., Artiliry. Horse and Foot hiule Brigaiter. We hlnor them for thus coming forward, ant trust tljet their exnimple will not be lost on the country generally. Ginons, in on' ptrt if lis great wsork on the l)ecline nutd Fall of the Romno Em pir...

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