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EXPORTS From Kiama per I.S.N. Co.'s steamers, for the week ending Oct. 17, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
EXPORTS From Kiiama per I.S.N. Co.'s steamers, for the weck cding Oct. 17, 1863. 456 kcgs butter 2 donkeys 92 pigs - 2 bdlcs skins' 26 oalves 20 bags potatoes,. 21 cases egg 11 pl gs:.bacon 2 coops fowls 6 lambs': 59 hides &. suldries..: " . , . ,,, . . •
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
DREADFUL fICIDE'.--On August 1, .Cap tain Stcrling,.of the town of Moneymore, shot himself in his own bedroom, delbe-' ratqly discharging the contents of a loaded guan into his orehecad; drawing the trigger wirth his foot. His death was thoe immediate result. It appears that Captain Sterling hlia been a hard drinker.untd a late periofd when he became a rigid tectotaller. Ho was subject to great melancholy. 'The un fortunato man leaves a wife and three children, yet young, to mourn his untimely 'IThe people of Derry are highly gratified at the prospect of a visit fropn tho Channel fleet, now hourly expected in Lough Fovyle, ami are taking active measures to give Ad miral Dacres and his ollleers a hearty wel comei. .A meeting of the inhabitants was hIld on lhei 17th. tlih Mayor presiding, at whichl it was resolved toinvito tllem to a grand ball and supper. Acorporation ban quet is also spoken of, and it is in contem plation to present Admiral Daeres with the fieedom of the " Maiden ci...
(From the Herald's Correspondent.) Auckland, 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
(From the Herald's CorrespondeLt.) - Aucl.dand; 6th October. Since the date of my last communication tlierd has bieninotlling going on at. the front of v''ery striking interest No moveo. ias yet been made against the native stronglhold at Maeremcre, although, so far .as-nI: anu judge, thereseems every prospect of a move id that direction ,within the ne?t ten days., Two things seem to have delayed the Gene ral more than all others ;' and these are the determinittion he had. so.isely come to not to make Meremere an isolated'opera tion, but merely :the first s?op iii his:subjia gation of the- whole Waikato -country; to be prosecuted without any intervening delay; so that the natives might find that theyJiad no time to recoer.froinm the stun-: ning elfects of a severe blow, such as will certainly be attempted at-iferemore, before their wlhole counhtry is in. thle hands of the invadei.. And the second reason seems to have been that he is willing to wait 'any reasonable time inthe hopie t...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
ULLADUJLLA. (enoM0 ou0 conisREBPoNDET.) A SD ACCIDENT occurreil 'on Friday last, 9th iintalt, at the residence of i.. Soccombe, esq., J.P. An old nmain named fDaw was seeking to initiate tliat gentleman into a plan of blasting trees with powder; but in ramming the first ,charge, an .explo sion took place, injuring the poor man sob seriously that he now lies in a most preca cious state. In addition to the loss of an eye, he is so severely burned and injured by the explosion, tnht.recovery is almost beyond hope. Mr. Seebombe was also in jured, but not seriously.' . . Tu? WEATyIER.--We hYivo becn'blessed with a genial rain, which, succeeded by sunshine, will clothe our piastures with beauty. IrESINATION OF THE MINISTTY. -I Can not inform you of'the. general opinion of the public in this district on the above sub ject. May we get a bettei! It iti liard for the country to pay all expenses of a change; and that change. for the. worse ; but I ani not certain that the prominent members of t...
(From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
(From thc Emplire.) We have Auckland papers to the 6th Oc tober. The following is the latest intelli gence from the Mimw Zealander of that de to: Summner approaches with rapid strides. Our winter rains are fining down to April showers. Our equinioctial gales are on the wane ; and the stormy- winds that now anl then do blow serve only to remind us of the cutting blasts of any a?gry English Mlarch. The streets and roads are becoming solid; men, munitions, and ships, keep tumbling in; largc and olfficient rinforcements are on titeh way. And, unless another Te Area qualm come over the hearts of our rulers, tunless the chemoise culle of Manori cotveni once carry more weight than British bayonets, British gun-boats, and Armstrong 40-pounders-the war cannot fail of being brought to a speedy, a successful, and con clusive termitnation. 'The arrivals since Friday have been many, and the means of ofrence and de fence with which they have supplied ns, have been of a strikingly efiective charac...
WRITS OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
WRITS OF ELECTION. WRITS ifp liotion have been issued by the Speaker .of tho Legislative Assembly, and tho folloniing arranigemncts made : For the electoral district of Orange, in the room of James hMartin, Esq., whoso seat in tho Assembly becomeos acant by his acceptance of t.o office of Attorney Gonoral. Place of nomination, Orange; dato of writ, 20th October; dato of nomi nation, 2nd November; polling day, 4th November; return of writ, 11th Novem ber. SFor the electoral district of East Sydney, in room of William Forster, Esq., whoso seat in the Assembly lias become vacant by his acceptance of the oflice of Colonial Secretary. Place of nomination, Hyde. ark.; ,dAot of writ, 20th October; date of. qmlnattin, 28th October; polling. day, 30th Otiober,. rcturn .of writ, 4th Novem e)or. -.? For the electoral ditrifg of West SydneyF .. in room: of GCepffre Efagar, whoso seat in theo A?i mb liish been declared vacant by his acceptance of the office of Colonial Treasurer. Place of nomina...
ORANGE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
URANGE. *Wednesday. A public meeting of the electors of Orange was,held last night at the Welling t;on Hotel. There was a very large attenl dance. Great excitemet prevailed... Mr. :William Craige was voted into the chair* It was mored by M'Ir. Oliver Allen Snow, and was seconded by Mr. Jolxn Poisley, thatj Charles Cowper, Esq., junior, was a fit and proper person to represent Orange, and that thle meeting pledges itself to uso its utmost endeavors to secure his return. The resolution. was carried. by an. over wihelhuing imaiotity. sTherte was but one dissentient voice A ?poeiicfuenl cetral co milttee lxd a,bem). for?ned. Joth' pgrties are using their xutmnost lefforts to secure the rcturtn of their :'rispective caxdidates. M\any persons.; hxave spontaneously. com-, x menced to cannass. the district on bclxalf of Mr. Cowpor. It is considered that th?o chances are very much agaiust Mr Martin being returned.. Thulrsday Eveixing . A meeting of. Mr. Martin's supporters was held last nigh...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
TELEGRAPHIC ITNTELLIGENCE. (ROMi TILE ULERALD AND EMPIRE.) NEWCASTLE. ' Tuesday, oenry Rtucker, a trooper, wias drowned last nighl, whilst crossing the bar at Lanke Macquarie in search of tho. burgxlirs lwho . bioke. into .the shop of ' i. W~illiams, ." watchmaker of this town, on Friday, and stole. .200 worth of jewellery. .A1t the in quest, which wsit helh to-day, a vRerdict; was returned of "Found drowned."
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. As attempt has been made to burn down the church of St. Peter's, in the market town of. Godanlming. A quantity of par tially-burnt aoper-hanging was found lying about thd aisles, and several oftlie doors of the pews were sorely scorched. Suspicion fell on a man named Eackmali, mairly on the ground that the paijerlumging whlili coverbd his room in the town, and which \vas stripped offlin several places,' corros ponded i pattern to the unburntfragments that were lying'about in the church. MAiDSTONE was lately the scene of two executions, Ia soldier' who had, in a. fit of delirium tremens, murdered his own child, and persisted at his.trial'in pleading guilty to the indictment; and alabourer, who ]ad qufarrelled with another man, and traampled him to deathll SMALCOLMa MoNTGOMERY, a sergeant in the 52nd Light-Infantry, committed self destruction on the 21st August, at Chatham, by shooting himself with his rifle. The deceased was placed underi arrest the pre ...
DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
DEPARTURES. October 10. - Spray, schooner, 103 tons, Brown, for Otago. October 17.-Fanny Fisher, barque, 238 tons, Arnitrong, for Dunedin . . :.. October 19-Jason, ship, 878 tons, Stuart;,; for London. October 22.-Bombay, steanmr,. 608; ton.s, ?'Culloch, for Point de' Galle.--Susaniiah Booth, schooner, 111 tons CaptainOluloG , for Otago.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OcTOBesR 20. iMr. Piddington announced that the seats of' Mr. Martin, AIr. W. Forster, Mfr. Eagar, Mr, Wilson, and Mr. Faucett had become vacant, in consequence of their ac ceptance of certain ollices as members of the nesw Administration, and he ioved that their seats be declared vacant accordingly, which was ordered. Mr. 1Piddington then moved that the House adjourn until Tuesday, 21th No vember, stating that the new Administra tion might have to revise the estimates of expenditure, owing to the state of disor ganisation of the public linances, and in consequcence of certain electoral arrange ments necessary with reference to a new election for tile Southern Gold-lields. Upon the question for adjournment being put, Mr. Cowper addressed the Hlouse, at some lengtih upon the present crisis of pub lie allihirs, recuirring to the time when he took olfice four years ago, and contending that the vote recently arrived at was not anu indication of the temper of the As...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
AMERICA. ' Newburn, N.C., August 13.-A meet ing of the citizens of North Carolina, re presenting every county in the First and Second Congressional Districts, and a por tion .of the Third, was held at Washing ton, North Carolina, on the 11th instant. Resolutions were adopted sympathising with the great conservative party of the State, declaring the energetic prosecution of the war in this department as the only means by which the Union settlement in the interior can be made useful in restor ing her to the Union, and also asking the Government for the reinforcements for this purpose, and accusing the Confederate Go vernment of cruelty and perfidy towards North Carolina. They declare her people absolved from any further obligations to sustain it, placing the responsibility of the destruc tion of slavery on Jeff. Davis and his advocates and conspirators and expressing the belief that North Carolina will find ample compensation in free labor for the present inconvenience of emancipation...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
PARLLAMENTARY INTRELLIGENCE [FliOM THLE SIEiALi AND -ELPIRIB.) "LELGISLATIVE COUNCIL. OcToiiim 12. Thile Clerk informed the IHouse, that the President.lihad desired him to state, that ihaeing only iarrived at Lako George on Saturday night, after avery rough journey, ho was un)villingi t '. indcertale the re turn journey without' a fy days'. rest, in view of the merely formal business of ad jourmnent likely to be bl:pugi t bl'loreothn Council - '2C?Ohairman of Committees consequently presided. Sir? W. Manning moved the adjournment of'the House to the 24th iNovember. He did this at the request of a. gentleman of his own profession, who was the head of the Government, but: not in any say. as repro seating the Government, or -indicating the course to pursue.' 5 Mr. Deas Thomsonoeconded the motion.. Mr. Hlaigrasve thaiiked tli Councilfor the. assistatice which had beeoon renderedhitil for so long a period as representative of the Government inthis House,' and so far as. the department ov...
THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863
THIE SUEZ :OANAL. (Froi thle Bombay Saturday Reviewo, Sep. 5.) Foreigners misunderstand the feelings of England with regard to the Suez Canal, and sometimes we find even English statesmen confused in their ideas on. this important subject. On the Continent, and especially in France, it..is .thought that the canal will opeil a doso ileto the eastern seas, will destroy our virtual mo nopoly of the trade of: the East, and weaken our hold in India :'that we must be naturally fearful of this, and that therefore we pretend.the canal cannot be made, and throw every obstacle in the way of its execution.- But England has no such fears. Already all our ports are 'as fiee as the air of heaveri to all nations, and the mores foreign ships that nmay find their way to " Bombay, Gallo, -Singapore; Labuan ; and Hongkong, the merrier for ns. If a ship canal is really practicable through the .Isthmus of Suez, and ships are found to dare the navigation of the Red Sea? in preference to the safer voyage ...