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SHOALHAVEN. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

SHIOALllAVEN. S. April 2. I nm very sorry to 'say that tire Corano gold diggings lhnvo turned' uti a failure. -All thie diggers nre returning. .Thoe snniplesqof :gold aro,'conrse, but io dlcposit has been found.. Still, tho opinion is tlhat a pnyablo 'gold-field is "somewrhre iti the vicinity. A gentlemnn in this place, Mir. Moss, has, I arm4old, traced gold ii Dairerorn Crio?k to'a. lgilly upwardsr, .running through to" lldil Hills, naobt twenty.-five miles from Nowra. Hie found a very coarse sample 'of gold in sinking in a Iar consisting of conr.re irnsonoe slato. He expects the gold'to improve ns lhe works into tlhe slate, which is rotten undernenth. ; ". . 'r" " ' " . " , . Thie first gold fountl on Dangcercs Creek was dis covered by'Mr. Peter i'Lnarn, of Slroallhven, nbout Cighlt years since, but without effect; so tihat Mr. Moss is the only person who has found gold nbove tihe "oldl point" on Dangerrl in the vicinity of the Rled Hills. lie intends to prospect in all tlhe creek...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY NOTICE. THE LATE REV. E. J. NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

S"aOBIrTU AYNOTICE. .-. -THE-LATE 11EV.- ET.-J. NIXON.. [Asnnoioe Frnon TII canonOO cianoNspe.E.: , . , \W. inserted in our las number a notice 'of the sdeath of this exrcellent Clergymani. .'We have been favored with a few particulars concerning his life, the perusal of which we feel assured, will be interesting to our readers. The deceased Clergyman was the only son of Colonel Robert Digby Nixon, of the 1it' Royals, a gallant officer who long and faithfully served his Sovereign. Colonel Nixon was a friend and favorite of the late Duke of Kent, and his Royal Highness stood Sponser to the subject of".'tliis notice. He was also Cousin to the present Bishop of Tasmania. He received his education at Brussels, am , at an early period of his life accompanied his Uncle Colonel - Nixon, Governor of one of the- West India Islands, as private Secretary.' Soon. after his return to England .he entered the army, iandi it was, whilst waiting for .his commission,, that he received those religious...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

KIAMA POLICE COURT. THUSDnAY, 5T 'RAiAu,.. Beronar Messrs. Perrott, Fry,: Kendall, and Moles, J.P.'s. . Claybourn v .Wm. Brown.-Drunk and disorderly: in the streets of. Shdllharbor. This case had been ndjourned to. allow .the defendant to produce wit nesses in contradiction to the constable, who swore that he was drunk. The witnessses were not forthcoming, but a statement signed by several per sons to the effect that Brown was, to.the best of their belief, not drunk on that day when they saw him, was handed in instead. It appeared, however, that it wis ten o'clock at night when Claybourn saw defendant, who had just been turned out of a public house, and was abusing the inmates when seen by the constable; and as the defendant was. known.to be a confirmed drunkard, tlhe.B6inch senteneed hiin to 48 hours imprisonment, if defiult of paymont of a fine of £2. CounT or" R?QUESTs-.-Before the asme.:, Bucket v. Allen.--'his was an adjourned case from last sittings. Plaintiff swore that about...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HARPER'S FERRY TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

TTHE IIAR?EI''SFER*RY TfAG EDY. ON the second of the present monbh, Brown, of the Harper's Ferry affair, •expiated on the seaf fold his.attempt to liberate the slaves of.Vir ginia. In justification of this cruel fate, the Americans tell us that Brown is an insane man, and a fanatic, and a murderer. This, we submit, is proving tpo much. The last of these justifications would have been greatly stronger had the other, two been away.,. If he was'in sane, his countrymen made .a great mistake when they sent him to a scaffold 'instead of an asylum. If he was a fanatic, surely so many sensible men as the States contain might have found some milder way of correcting his fana ticism than the gallows. If all 'the fanatics in the United States on the subJect of slavery, pro and con. are to be hanged, how many ropes will be required ? That he "is a murderer, 'tho last of the three pieas put in in justification, is just the point to be proved, and as yet the Americans have' given' us little more ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

DIS'T'IICT ]NTELLiGEC?i. [,uoax ouR conngsrsON D??Ns]S GEItRIINGONG. TI'oual "'steam communicationo with 'Grringong" is prominently mentioned in the advirtisement of the meeting called by Mr. Hale flor Thursday, 5th April; it has not excited much interest here. Tihe few large aInded proprietors are concerned in the present company; the smnall formers, tlough willing eionigh perhaps, yet canmo?ot ,iford to invest where profits are distant nod ,lnubtfil. I have it on good' authority that the threen lbrthers Berry, have been personally inspecting Blhickhead hrbor, so there is good reason for hoping that our rising settlement will soon have a port of its own. 1 see "Stranger" writes again. and the style and matter of this paper convinces me that my gieeis nas to who the lady writer is, is.correct. One of the " Gerringongese," aptly named in this instance, says-" the fellow who wrote that, thinks too much, of the women by a long chalk, and that if he goes on with his yarns, heo will ruin...

Publication Title: Examiner
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

,,; OInianv uciS'AL:'q E O NE "O"RIPO D; TO TRE EDITOR OF TUE KAlI.A E-XA3II.ER.'::O SIn.-In your issue of.lnst, Saturday,, .I an? reported to have attended at Drbighlton'Creek, a 'cas of " 'Asiatic Cholera." May . be permitted,to correct ouch report, believing it to haveo very injuribus etffcto 6no'the minds of the puo lio generally. .;' ':' y i i i < :: i . . : , ' WllhntI said in .anoswer to a question from tho bellclh, wan, that it was a caso as nearlh allied to thaot f "'Trie Asiitic Cholera," "is any 'I had over soIen. ?I am trily hippyi; 't"siiy, thiat my treatineilt proved moest 'siltisfic tory. Mealntime, . : ' .' S- -f n ."- t- [Yo 'g l oIlespeeitfllli ' * ' " GKF0oGI3 HENRY HIAMILfONi ' r; D. /Muiiiing-stroct^ 4April 2.(;'1860; 04 '' 1 8 .00i

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 3RD APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

Li?.EGiSLATIVE, AssEMBLLY. STu.esD., Y,f «l Artur,. .Tiie iAssiembly nmet at halflf-asitlthredo'dlock. Slihe Clerk rerol a. letor firom Mr. Speaker, .excusing his attendance on account of Ecvore illness; also, tho stnlding order providing that, ial sny cli ecse. as Deputty Speaker. . !Ih'.i e oputy Speakei annoiinced that lie had, rci Li d fromn, hlii. J'xcellcieiy a .;commission :utlhorising: the Chairman of Committees shall tal akee?k.ch'r fplr. that tlaly oily, 'whereupon Mr. Spe.lker: took Ahe lchnir;, and. administered the oath to new mdnlmbers. Thle Comnmcission Oas thon aend by the Clerk, after whioehll Ir.I E er.t)o, \iS:. "Weokes, and Mlr. Arnold .were s'ori,:i aind to?k their seats -'esliceivoly for the Upper HIinter, West Mlait l-and, ,tid the IPaterso. A message was received from the Governor OiGeneral, transmitting a despatch from the Secretary of State, in reply to -the-address of t he A'bsmbly reqpecting the eoesono of time Fiji ?tandads.' At the request of MrL. Parke...

Publication Title: Examiner
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELLHARBOR. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

SIEILHARIIBOR. Aliril G. The nomination or. a Conncillor to supply the vacancy occurring by the resignation of Wm. Wilson, Esq., took place on Tuesday, the 3rd inst. Veiy few electors were present, and the proceedings were altogcether very-tame. Municipal honors are at a discount: only ,pnoecaudidsate made his ap pearance upon thie huntings-viz., Mr. J. Fcnwick. 'Tre llcRturning-Oflicer. Councillor Moles, J.P. briefly explaiied to the electors prescrit (aibout some fifteen in nuiblier) tihe purlpose for which they had metf, and exprcssedlhis hope tlint the good order for 'vbhiclh the people of Shollharbor we re rmarlkable would, on this occasion be maintained, and trusted that candidates would have a patient hearing. Councillor Russell proposed and Councillor Mar tin secondrd,tlhat Mr. William Henry Stendman is, a fit and proper person to represent thecoastitoiits. of Shellharboir in the Municipal Council. Mr. iR. Hall proposed T. A. Ridldall, Esq.,'ns a fit. and jroper person fuir ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

SHIPPING IN'I'ELLIGENCE. - ----»--- '* PORT OF SYDNEY. r* AnrvAr.ls.--Aiiil 0. Coquette, schlooner, .7. .tons Cutninit Watson, f'ro Twi'oloIl IBy. 30tlir-tiifii . Claii. nent. Gneoruo ilemilersoii, 171 tois, Clapttin Jileso. froll faiPncnsh,; Norv Scotin,; 5thl lDeeiilfor, ,and Cope of (Good loupe 20th *Febiruary. I'a? 5rsu--; cltbiniiud -iO0-steerto. . Captain, agent. Alwil . Hunter (s.), 200 tonis, Caiptln Sullivan, from Clvde )liver, .'nd'iinstinit.: I'iassencii rs--Messrs. Goannon, Ciroll, Stewart, Ilii., sild 21 i.I thle 'steornge. fI. Mannini, agenlt. ihintoa (fS.), 200 toi s, Flet!lheir, from lIerimbniit uI\ Ullidtilln , 3rl in tmnt t Pisiengers-IMrs. Mlrray, lias K'eilfhl), lMi.s i)),igoodo , o Mesirs. 'Tooth,; Kendall, Il'Lenai, IsiIsector Blacki, lanld 2 in tho steeonage.. ; * D .inaiAnTei -April 2. ersio.-Browno for Cllno, Liiiisowne, tfir liombo.v; i rinmess Roeil, for |el C,.mAnAXscKs.-April 2. ruirl, ew Bi, r 117 tone, Captnii Whlivlnow, t"r Soth Sets, ill lllnlst. P'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

.. TO ADVERTISERS., W E beg to inforinotir advertising friends' that we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY;I and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must c in all cases.le paid for when brought o to the office. This arrangoment 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, r.aid the proprietors in their undertaking. Illawarra Steam Navig aion Company: - 'TIME TABLE. ]ETWEEN SYDNEY and KIAMA. .Ii). From SYDNEY every night at 11 o'clock, Saturday and Sunday excepted.: :From :KIAMA' overy Monday, Thursday,, and. ,Friday, at'll a.m., and every Tuesday and Thurs day at noon.: BETWEEN SYDNEY and SEELLUARBOR. ':From SYDNEY overyj Wednesdajr.?at 11 p.m. From :SHELLIIARBOR 'every Tlhursday at 1 Sydney, 13th March, 1860. * The Company has been induced to lay on one of tlieir'powerful steaniers at the instance of the "settlers in this district, who ...

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RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

RESPONSi.,lE OOUERtNMENT. A?r the time when the systemt. of Responsible -Goreernment was about to -be inaugurated in New South Walhs, the must extravaga-t expco tations were "entertained of 'he benefits to •accrue to the country from its establio.hment. 'lowr these expectations have been realised,' we alll know, aiid'future historians while recording' with wonder the disappointmcnt of these expec tations, will strive to find out the reasons of such in unf,ortunate state of affairs. As lorg as the Commons; of Britain had to contend against a strong pidristhive of: d;e :Crovn' and the dis iposition to ride rough-shod.over the hilerties of i?the people, the helldof the ipurs&.strings of. the natin, was sufficient to control -the whole Go vernment of the country. .YWhile the Parliament could refutise the necessary funds, the Executive could undertake, or 't leanstcoild carry out no enterprise; and so careful were the guardians of the coinstitution of this state of matters, that ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

DIARY. IDay, of tLw W k.. I SulnrIse Sunset VA n' . pril 7 I 71 ` 43 44 IUS IDA\Y . I" I I I2 I~5.4 21 21 AY . .22 5.41 :I(5 'I'1; I77 IY . ... " 7 . - _' -:1') FA II IIN Ell. ' EVIR:Y \VEI)S)NEIAY AND SATURDAY. TO ODU A"DEItTISING FILIENDS. vAsertieArr are s partsiailry requested to seid in tlleir fiors I,"y the prvmcrihed hourof4 d 'nbol onz the veallnk pnrI)'.t?ng tite "ls yoptpltllltttlo . W'il?n'rttilltloI to this, occiasions morn delay and inconvenience thti tihy myluaglue? T'O COItIlESPO(DN rS.' . It is pilo.ulahrily r?u I?set hai t Ittoro tr thlo ??sminiursi,,y i hrl,. lrsad to tthi Editor, only, (wlthout mentiolllg Iany Iou)nicn ordnr to prevent cnnfslsls. ' . All comllllltlctions tllhtnded flr incrlion miost hIo atllhonti cuteil by tlhe ons anld addruss of tle wrilter-not necessarily for publictinoo, hut ans a guoliraaci f good ftlht". Wo eCnnnot nuistaki o to relurn rejecteI oul omunicctihnu iAdrrllers.cr u ro requasted to be particular in mlarkhig thi nulmber of Inertlio...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

''TO TlHE EDITOR Ro TlF.Tl5 KMAMA EXAIuSRn.,: eesn;-t se a by,'a letter* ithat appears 'in your. paperoft "cediesday, laoit; tlnt,'Cnptainl Charles lha tnekn g-reat' ot'eneo,at what I est t 1B le icetiig tt ShIilllihsrb: Ile said theo 'is iiothin?o"'asier than torprloio that'it 'ii'k' tissueo of fidalsehoods. In the first place" I nmust retour the compliment, ilios said that I was a .director, uand strongly opposed to: unningto to the ports : now.' never. was a director ,in Captain ,CIhales! 'tiie, whielh ,is' well1 known to overty one here, Whldli thake's the thin:'quite phlo, that Captain Charles' was b6th CaptAin; ;Drector, iud'Maftiingor, when wno do not actually: knowwholl, was' appointed lirectors. The next thting .tht I have to take notice of, is the vessel being,kepjt in suclh good repanir noew-if allowing the salt to aecumulate 'boint the boile.s' to" bo'it two inches thick; is keeping atlem' .in good' order, that was eertainly done, the .salt is nowa for exnib tion in the ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEAMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

TtiE advertised.; meeting of persons; favorablb to the formation of a new steam company, waiis hld at Adamis's.Ii?on Tlhursday .lasts.- At.the.con-. mencement of'the proceedsngs about sevenlteen or.eighteen persons were present, but .before the close thie tlumberh lia; increased to 50.or b6 I?; .... Mr. _JA'MES. M?tKs, Sen., was requested to take the chair, but declined, and M'r Johnl Mark= then, after a little hesitation, consented to act, but stited that he would preside o_,ly. out of cnirtey' to the l imeetiihg, and tlat his doinig so mnust not be taken as evidence of any intention to identify himselff with the movement: "lie reicad the.advertiserentecalling the meethig, aind stated that Mr. Hale wad prepared to lay before them a sclheme foi the formation of a company. Mr. HALL said lie regretted interfering with the arrangement of those at the meeting'on their busiest-day, and as they were engaged on otler mautters, he would be as brief in what ho.l had to say asapossible, and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

[Aov.]-Holloway's Pills.--Premature decay, whether the result of intense application to business, free living, or any other exhaustive cause, may be checked, and the )phwical and nmottnl energies restored to their original vigor, by a persevering use of this-unequalled restorative. The stooping frame may Ie straightened, the trembling nerves quieted, and the whblo muscular systemn braced, by a ource of the pills. They seem not only to purge the internal, organs of all impurities, but to infuse into every fibre a new principle of vitality. Let not the:siok say that their constitutions are broken down, until they tested the renovating properties of Holloway's wonderful restorative. The Kidm'a Examiner is published every WEDNES. DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courior, to all parts of New South .Wales and the sister colonies, to London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and;sau'the 'issue is very considerable, it affords' great ifdility'for e...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

AfISCELLANEOURS X2TRAC T.. - Inaeuanre BAnsAtcrrr.-Two Americans, the mates of the barquoeAnna,-an American .vessel? were lately brought before the magistrates, of the Isle of Wight, on the charge of' causing the deaths of six coloured men by se s6ries of thei most atrocious cruelties. We may say at once it was asserted that yellow fever had prevailed on board the ship, and that possibly the death of more than one. of the. men was:duo to this disease. But if the evidence is to be believed, the deaths of at least two of them were directly due to the acts of the" accused. The first part of the statement made by John Thomas, one of the surviving coloured men, relates to' the murder of James Armstrong. Lane, the.chief mate, gave an order; to this unhappy creature. IHe not attending to it as quickly as the mate wished, and Lane, taking up a mallet, struck him with it over the eye. The msn "jumped up, fell on the main deck with his head forward, and then leaned over the chain. I went to h...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

n-rAllY. Dnyeota Dn~ gknr ll " of ýI NYOII Day .f t 1011tk J Sunrlxe Sunset j C . T1IUI1SI)AY I 12. I " " 7 1 RIUDAY ...I .. 13 h 26 I 582 21 H:. ` H EXAMIN E R. I'UBLISIIEO VERY 1VDCNESDYT AND SAT.URDAY.

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WANT OF EXERCISE IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

WANT OF EXERCISE IN THE UNITED STATES. (raoI Tile PmIILADELPHIA EVRNIN0 JOURNtAL.) W.hAT we most want in this toiling country is physical exercise. The brain is set going very early in life, and kept going until the oil gives out, and the machine jars and creaks 'itself still. Wefind out the impregnable fact that the body is-wofeally neglected in our loud, tumul tuous cities. Their'male denizens are nailed down to their business, which is -almost always carried on in long, low stores, having an un stable temperature and an atmosphere thick and poisoned, or else in little offices which are rarely visited by healthy, genial sunlight, and are im pregnated with a perfume anything but Arabic. In these impure places-doubled up at desks and crammed over counters-very many of the mercantile men -spend the brightest and best hours of each day, often without so much as a stretch or a stride. When they go forth into the air and the light, it is only for a frenzied plunge through the trade stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

TO OUR1 ADVEIITISING FRIENDS. Advertlseorn aro partltarly requested to send In tholr favors by tLer"noscrlbntl hourorf 4 o'clock on the oveniog prrceediog the tiy orpnpbllcatlon. ?Vont of ottntloln to thil, occasions more delay and nuconvenience than they may imaginc. TO CORRESrONDENTS. It iC.parlteilarty requested that toters for tho Examiler may be addre.Uol to the -Editir, noly, (without mentioling any naot) tn order to prevent confustion. All commtonoiatioo s Intelnded tor insertion must be outhtenti cated'by theo nnou anti addroess of toe writer-not necessarily for publication, but as in gnar;lteo of good faitlh. 'We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Advertiors are requested to be partltular in marking the ,number ofitnsertclls on.ench advertisiment, otherwiso tihey will be inserted anid charged for till countermandetl. Orders for withdmrwal or olttertions, nont bo sent to tihe omce (in wnriting) boforeo.oon . n the day prior to publlcatlon. DN1.SCO .V APRIL U...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860

COLONIAL EXTR4 OTS. SMALL POX AMONG TIIC ABoRTGINES.-A report having reached the chief medical oflicer at Melbourne, through a letter from Mr. J. G. Jones to the IRegistrar-Goneral, requesting a supply of vacdineo9ymph, as small pox was pre valent amongst the aborigines at Deniliquin, a letter was received by the district coroner from the Board of Health, requesting him to com municate any particulars in reference to the disease ; whether it is true variola, to-what ex tent it is prevalent, and what steps have been taken to prevent its spread, and stating that a -supply of lymph bad been sent to Mr. Jones. Southern Courier, March 23. DIParTItERIA.-Two cases of this malignant disease were received into the Ipswich Hospital during the last week. The patients were a mother and child from Redbank. The latter case presented .an unfavorable appearance from the first, and, notwithstanding the efforts of the medical attendants, 'terminated fatally on Sun gay. We regret to learn that the mot...

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