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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
COMIIERCIAtL INTELLIGENCE. KIIIAM STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF I'RIOES. £ s. d. Superline silk-dresscdl Flonr, per ton 18 0 0 Do., per IO0 bs . . O 19 0 Wire-dressed, per ton .. ..... ..1 0 0 Do., pr l lbs .... ...'... 0 18 0 Secouns, per ten .............. ..15 10 0 Do., per 10Q lbs..........;i..: 0 16 '9 IMachine-drcssed Mai ze Flour, do.. 0 12 0 Crushed Mtaizc, per bushel .. 0 ;. ;O 6 4 6 Bran and Pollard, ditto .. .O 2 0 eS Wihset ansoMaiZd paarchselxaooidt caoli, or takbn in oxchange for floer, or grist griud - . SHAlRPI & SONS. M o.reh ,, 1864.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
TO THiE iDITOR O ' THE KIAMA INDEPEINiENT: Sin,-:In your issue of tlie23rd instant, I perceive an elaborate letter from the Se cretary of the Illawarra Cricket Club, to which, with your permission I would offer a-few woiods of ieply as a spectator.* ' SYour correspondent evidently is' very anxious to vindicate the characteer of Ihis club; but the means swhereby, ho cindea vours to attain this object, appe'fd . to nme a. very unjustifiable one, nanmely, by'the mean subterfige of b abusing gentleman who has, for his fairness and gentlemanly coinduct, both on the cricket field and in his social position,. justly mirited theo highest conli donce of his fellow cricketers, anud :the es tecu of all who have 'the pleasure of his acquaintance. But your correspondent says in tie -letter referred to, thiat Mr. Gordon only expressed himself in the choicest phraseology of Bllillingsgate, there by implying that Mir. Gordon miade use of ungentlemanly languaige; but I would ad vise your. correspond...
INNS OF COURT IN AUSTRALIA. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
INNS OF COURT IN AUSTRALIA. (?(o the Editor of thle Herald.) SI,--I am very glad to see that you havoe given 'prominent notice to Mir. Hagrcave's scheme for establishing in this colony ani institution whieli will, to a6 great extent, be analogous to an Eng lish Inn of Court. There is, however, one invtluahble and most promising fea ture in MIr. Hargrave's plan which I should much wish to see attracting atton tion and receiving substantial encourage mcnt. You, Sir, have briefly alluded to it, but, on the whole, appear chicfly to have directed your remarks to illustrate the advantages which the scheme has in its inmmediate reference to "the Univer sity" and "the Law" as a profession. BFar be it from mce to detract fromn its certain usefulness in both these connec tiots. But there is a very large andi in fluential class of young men growsing up in this colony who cither cannot, or will inot, go to " The University," anud whom a prospective independence places beyond tile necessity of u...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
SYDNEYMARIKETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re 'port as under d-- ?",:::,£. ,: ::..: Flour, firstiper ton, i :.18 0 0 ,to 0 0 0 Do., Seconds, per ton I.. I 0 0 -0 10 0 Bara pber briholslofl 0 lb 1 6 0 1 D Biscdit, Cabin, pc 1001U1i1 2 0 0 0 ,0 mitt, INasy ";.i ;''':017"O i),'.0; OI:0 : Bread icr 'Lb leaf 0.. 0 41 0 0 0 Hlayp pec.r 0wt . 0 7 G Bark per do. 0.O 0 0 Wheat perbiiel 0.. 0 Oatlpie do O 0 4. 6 Barle; per do . 0 a 0 aiGe serd·ou 0. 5 6''0.. O' Greenstnpeido ..en 0 0 O 0 1 0 .aciis,;porl I . . .. 0 0 1 0 0 0 Lo 2:i~i~0 li 0 otcos pe6r0... 0 8 10 0 Oioitton, pci do Lettors;per do ..00'6..S' uresl, per do T"es 02' 0 '8" Lam poot ir.. ' '"''0' 50' ''0 0 0 Fowvlo' psireiiulo.~i~ :;':0' :.;' 6.·:: 0' 10 ritcks pci do ' '0.. 5O 0 ..O2 Ds~ckiwlr;!Yd::po do''`' 0'3 Geese, peroupl :'. 0 5 00 6 0 Lierkoys, yetd .. O 8od0 ii 0 8 Roasting prigsliel .. 0o8 01 : 0 10 ,Buttci'es " 0. 0 o., 0 o roC m ons , of .;, o ,:' .0O, " ' nneepardo 0 0 0 ? 0 " ;-?cii pci do. 10 ( i Lardo t rdo'...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
SYDNEY' MAaKET PRPIES. Wheat-None home grown in mhrket. 'Mliiioe-l3s G l'to Os 0d .ditto;. Barley Malting-di Od to s tl pei'bushell. p.DJtt3, Cape-2s Od to"2s 6d ditto , ;Oto--l3s 0d to as Gd ditto ' ' Jibih-ls' Od to 23 Od ditto Flour-1st, £17 to £0 perton s'..,-, .. Ditto 2nd-£15d to 0 ditto -^ ^ g I emy,tictrno--£3 10s to £0 Oshtitoj'?': :,; ,Ditto,-OCaten-£5 to £7 ditto ,;:.':;', : ?olatoes--£l Os to £7 Os ditto ,.. i ."( '2" ', Oits-10-l to l8s Bitar, 1st-Id to la ;Uitto 2nd---4d to 'd d .'': : 'oney-id to Od " Bacon--7d to !d ditto hiceeosu-sd to (id ditto a; "Rggs---s 4d to Is Gd per doze, :. ,'., 3)'owbl-o 2',d.!(lto,3s Oa pei" ci upl i?4. % [5: - ' : Duck-S'Od.iiThi'-s6d per ditto:[,-?.; . Turlkeys-6s to l os ditto" . ..'.":, ' . ." iablves--lOs to 15s .: -. 'Pigs--ld to Od per 1 . , Hides--s to 1Os eanch Tobacco, Colonial, Is 6d tos d : GRAtHAM & dMULHOLL'AND, : MIarch 5, 1864. Kling-street West, Sydney,
ULLADULLA. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
ULLADULLA.. (FnoM o0n coiR?soo?'DENT.) COURT OF PET'1TY SESSIONS. (Before D. Warden.iR. Secombe and J.. Warden, Esqrs.) John Kiinson was charged with assault ing - Wilhlaott. The 0oelb nco being proved, defendantl was s itenccd to 14 days' iniprisonnient in default of playing a fine of ;£5. P. Muurray v . Bartlett sen.--Plain tiff sued defendanst for 89, thle o'pric of a hors'e sold to him,, althollgh thle latterihadl refused to take possession onl accounsit of some alleged fiult. .1is i liability beilg proved, was ordered to pay the amount. TIuE WA n-We he bav een h T..-o av bc blessed witlh abuundziiaiun. s
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
RAILLWAY AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattlc.-lThlis market lias shown avi dc cided upward tendency this weuik. Prices ruange from £3 to £4, according to quality. .Tli supply is moderate, and the marlet looks, steadier than for somet time past. r ' .,. Fat Sheep.-Tho inairket cxhibits less firm,' ness, and the best flocks will not bring :iiore tian from l1s to 12s. Thlis depression is caused by the nulmber known to lbe close at Ilanld. Stdre Shecep.-Not many of tiis class offel ing. Cood wotlhcrs may bo quotdd at Os; mianidon cwes. 15s to 17s 0id. '. Store Cattle.-No business doing. SHIorscs.--A good demnmand continues for strong, well condition colts, Loth light and hecavy hlarness; no aothelr clIass onqaireld far. Milclh Cows.--Good first-cluass animals con tinue in demand. Prices range from £5 to £8 and for very superior £10. Tho'se offerod at my Depot this week sold readily. Produce Sale.--llailway Auction Depot.---A hniort supply of calves and lambs. which brought good prices--of pigs a ...
SHOALILAVEN. TOMERONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
TOLERONG. . (Fno~ A CONRESPODET.) . I observe thllat the case in which I was concerned at the Nowra District Court is' in one respect misreported. It is the caise of Connelly v. Parnell. Theverdict given was for 25s., not for-£25; anid tlie amount being under £10 each jiar ha1d to bear his osn costs. When ieruwussion is given for the ehuttsiig of timber oai liodthe charge is 3d. per 100 feet; aind for felloos, 9d. per 100. The overidiet greed with this, tlhe numberof felloes bn g 33000. A. womanu, the nmbther of folir children, suddenly dropped dead at' thie Citrriuinbne" on the night o'f. Siturday, Feb. 27. The two youn"Cest childrenu ere twiuus, aud only four nmnlths old. An iiCqest waas held: on tihe foillowing Tuesdlay, and the veidict re turned was--' DIeaith from disoease f the heart."
SIR CHARLES NAPIER'S ESTIMATE OF MILITARY GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
SIn CcAnLEs NLAdIER's ESTIIATE OF i?LITARlY GLoRY.--Nineteen long letters from Lord Ellenborough. He has mado me Governor of Scinde, with additional pay; and he lhas ordered the captured guns to be cast into a triumphal column, with our namell: I wish hie would let me go back to my wife and girls, it would be miore to me than pay: glory, and hlonours. This is glory! is it? Yes. Ninec princes ihave surrendered their swords to me on the tield of battle, and their kingdoms have been conquered by me and attached to my lown country. ell, all the glory tl hat can be desired is mine, and I care so little for it that the mioment I can all slill be resigned to live quietly with miy wife and girls ; no lhonour or riches repays me for absence from them. Otherwise, this sort of life is libfe to nme; is agreeable, as it may enable mne to do good to these poor people. Oh! if I can do any good thbig to serve them where so much blood has been shed in accursed waer, I shall be happy. Mlay I inever s...
POTATOES VERSUS BUTTER. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
POTLATOES 5ERSUS BUTTER. (To the Editor of ithe IllawarrsLExress.) SIm,--For a number of years, and until very recently, the potato in Ireland was called the ".idle root" on account of tlhe ease with. Which. the: esculent was pro duecd, on acecont ofthe' small amount of labor necessary for its preduction, and on account of.its prolifice nature.' To such an extent was thoe cultivation of tie potato carried;: 'that unhappy land up to the time of tio famine caused by its failure in 1848-9,:that every rood might have been said to maintain its fancily. The reaction took place ; the'day of re tribution 'at length arrived; long-con continued idlenecss was succeeded by star vation, and hundreds of ,'thousands of huuman beings died like dogs in the high. w.ays and bycways. : The congregation of masses of indivi duals taking place from the ease with which a living was made by following one industry-if industry it could be called where little or no labor was required, and the dire disasters th...
LORD BROUGHAM ON THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
LORD IROUGHAM O.N THE, AMERICAN WAR. Lard Broughanm, though now aetween eighty and ninety years of age, and having tlhe appearance, of an "animated. tiummy," .read his address: to the Natioial Social Science Associa?ij', held at Edinburgh, in a voice sviJalfuilly firm and clear. . After enumerating a few of the names of tihe illustrious men who had made tlhe University of Edin burgh famous throughl tho. world, ho glanced at the changes which have oc curred throughout the world for better or for worse, since the last meeting of the association. On lhe Americans lihe was very severe, attributing the war not to in desire on the part of the North to eman cipate tihe slaves, but to inordinate na tional vanity-" magnifying itself" lie said, 'beyond all mensure roand despising the rest of mankind, blinded and intoxi cated with seif-satisfaction. Persuaded that their crimes are proofs of greatness, and believing tlhat they are both admired and envied, the Americans have inot only been not c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
1t VERTISEMENT.] iJc A dlj6nm constitoting the con mittoa nb~ve mentioned are requested to meet at the Fcermanuagh Hotel on TIIURIS. D1A, tile 27.h instant, at half-past one o'clock, for the purpose of coisiderig the steps to be taken ia connection with te ob ject sought to be obtained. SA. " EL CHAIILES, Chairman pro tmn. T-? He aid annopn?ped'i its last . suum mary for Europe" that the works at the Kiama tiatbour were: graduatlly ap prohcliisg comsiletion." The process is certainly gradual enous h to satisfy.,Aho most sloi going fogey in the neuilito.r hood. lThe orks are no~o t haves bceie for the ]ast iso or thro eeekls, at a complete standtt l IThecucise reason of this we are lt &i4)osition to state with .iauthlority. y'Msidertable unmber of the laborers wW \4ere uemployed on these works lit already lefdlt the town, after selling tlu few articles of furniture, &c., for wlnW they' would fetch. It is understoa that some'of them are procCed iieg tp enesland, whore ...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
IRELAND. (F.rom. tc kTCew York Tablet.) If Ireland were only governed in the same way that Canada is, Irishmen need ask no more. -Suppose, now, that Ireland had a responsible Government like Ca. nada-that is responsible io thekpeopqle that she had, as Canadians have, tihe power of making her own affairs, foster ing her own manufaictuiros, and building up a commerce sunell as she began to llavo during the brief sway of her Volunteers, whilst the genius of Grattan guided her course as his strong hand held thie helm; suppose the "monster evil,"-tho great vamnpire that has preyed for ages on on the nation's life-blood--tho bloated Church Establishment-removed and for over-whalt might not Ireland then bh come; how. long would she continue the abject dependent on tlhe world's charity that now and for long past sho hiasbeen? Why will not England and the statesmen of England, give tile fair landil a chance torise her head, if only for tihe curiosity of seeing how she would act as a self gov...
THE PRINCESS OF WALES AND HER RELATIVES. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
THE PRINOESS OF WALES AND. HIER RELATIVES. (From the Europoean Correspondent of the "Nelson Eoaminer.") (Continued from our list).: The young lady, placed quite at her ease by the simple and natural manners of the Princess, laid the address on the table, beside the box which contained tho\offering tho latter was so impatient to see, opened the box, and presented the beautiful watch to hIer Highness. " Oh, \what a pretty watch! lwhat aL lovely watch!" cried the Princess, turn ing it round and round, and exsamining it with evident delight. "IHow beautiful it is; and how very kind it was of the ladies of Coventry to send it to me, and of you to bring it !" Thle beautiful plresent was turned round and round by the P)rincess, opened, ex mined inside, shut up and openedl again; the Princess, all the tiime talking with tile young lady, in the imost affable and hearty inluner, and, of course completely winning the young lady's heart. Lunch time having arrived before the Princess hlad done t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
TIs pirsent ispeic t of the Municipal cju's. tion, as regards this district, may renider it not usinteiesting to review :the celolebrated dedcisio oftle JUidges ofthe Suprene Cournt in rcspe't to thoe cotistitution of miuidi palities, whhcs toons and rurld districts aro unmited in i single corporation, or in a pro .cluamition.professing to create such corpo ration. The judges held, it is well-known, that.the phraseology of the Municipalities Act was sich as to render any attempt to unite by a singlle inslument, any town aiid any iaural district in one municipality,' absolnltsely illegal; and so fir as thile use of words is concerned, it mnay be admitted that their Honobrs-made out a good case. But-' ht. 'cdnstitutes a towi is as0 littleo settled by their Ionor's decision, .is "it couldl be b3 the worst-dritwn act. of Parlia ment. At one moment we are led tosiup. poseo? that any placebo "notified and pro. claimed as such, -"that is by the GoCvoern nent,;is to be rogardedbythose whoac...
THE LATE ANTI-MUNICIPAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
TIIIHE L.TE ANTI-3IUNICIPAL MIEET'rING. The following are the resolutions pro posed and ldeclared to he passed at tile imeiting held on Tuesday, 23rd uilt.: " J. That this imeeting considers ithal the operation of the Mlunicipality of Kinnama hms, from the lirst, been unsatisfsfotory that it is not oentitled to the conidcuco of thle ratepayers; 1id that this mIeeting pledges itself to use ll lawfull meanis to roe more the present obstructive and illegally constituted Municipal Council. "2. That a subscription list be now opened to defiray any explenses that may be incurred in carrying out the foregoing re solution; and that the following gentlemen (with power to add to their number) be re quested to form a commnittee for tile pur pose of speedily bringing tile question to an issue in thie 1sSupremse Court of Nesw Soouth Wales:--'lThomas Calepman, Michael !tmd earlsh, tDavrid Berry, James H. Gray, Thomas .Kendhll, Jaemnes Robb, Alexasnder King, ,James Emerhy, Jm es arks, jun., Robert...