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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
EIAMA POLICE COURT; . Ti-sDAY, Mf? IeCl 1. . E~dwmard i 'Geo appeared before tlhe 3eisch, on s?umnmons obtained by Mr. Gray of Terry's Meadows, charging tile delfein dant with hlaving made use of obscene lan guage on the public road in fr'ont of the prosecutor's homp. The detendant had [een employed by Gray to repair a musical instrumeut for him: and the disput, in wrhich the improper language had been used, arose in conseiquence of plaintiff'l"s having refuistd t;o ly thile alountl charscul by ldefendant fbr his work. It was very late in the day whIn defhndan, 1pade his appearlancea, snd a nt had ahilldy been issuedl for his Iapprehenssion. 'hlit; llench inllieted a fine of lii. withll tle alternative of' -I18 hours in the lock-up. The elbndlinanl spreferred the latter, ald wras placed in one of the cells accordingly.
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
RofsE ol Tue.mav, STII 31AncH.- .[aessrs. 3.1 Gray, Colley,. len1.11I, MIoloU n -l Owen. Hosirna, r Tiu, obb, anl RCI dd 15.-M . Wagh, Hinudmrirsh, Mug, Rlobb, and Iltddall.
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
HOuSE MARKET. Mr. C. MRartyn rleports Thle heavy andl almout incessant rains that Iave fallen during ith past few dlays, combinied with a fully-stocked market and extensive daily arrivals of fresh stock, have cxcrcised ai slepressing isnfluuce Ipolli the horse market. 'Ilsi is apparent, not as regards any fallilg-off either in thie umabeor sold or even in tie prices oisotaincd, but froom liack of ainamatio aattend ing thle biddings for everytlhing except thie isighcr class of stock. At lresent thie market is quite ovcrstocked, and a fallinlg off in prices musst soon occur, unless holders of hIorses kcep back for a fow days, as it is now next to impossi blc to cfet scs at thle Iazasr oai accosunt of tiseaxcs sl? O[large issmlbers offered at each sale. Thmi allowilng drafts shave Iben sold at Cimnpierdoin since last rcport:--31 head, be longing to'V. Howe. Esq., from Mtnurrumblid gce, at froms£1 two .7a : a draft of Mr. George Slocombe's, fromn Goulburn, at from £4 to £29 15s; losd to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
Adams's Butchering Establishment. T SO 1S i in really GOOD l. JOI NT of?? T will find it by calling,. at the above establishment, OHEAIPE~ tha at iny othier shop ,in Kiama.: . . .. ...:... .) COMIE A-nD cIoosE Fo . - SALIES ?BY AUCTION.'' · THIS DAY. District-reared Springers:,-:;: at Bullocks p g...... orking locks 3 ThaR 1 an iooLDsONiy ii 1il sol by o uo a f Steiars nacket HIeotel On T AY, 5th Masuh, 40 splondin strict-reared s"prngers 20 pIumhosla aalk aand cos i' 4 workis gb cks . Thie attontion.of uirymen patiton larly requasted to thse a o important sale of some as fine elifers us as e benc ofici ed in the disttict for the lasts voen yors, and the fat biulocics and coaus as icall ime aind no nmistake. 0o reserve. Ternms very libceal at salio\ i:j THIS DAY (TUESDAY) Fat Heifet. Fait eifcrs. hO hseceisCd 'I po.?soiiistiructions froia Mr Mlifli$ an -to sell auction, Ste i.tPai:ust Totcll, Tii a On TUESDiJA 'Xt th Miacoh, n0 prie fi t ifrs The 'xcellencao 0 Milligan's stock is we...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
'.. GiARDEMi' 'S! CALENDAR. tle.nl-.fnig' ,and stot, early 'iotatoes, as In JTanuary. 1'otatocs may. be.planted early this month. Sow barley lurnips;&c.: (See January.) J'lougl'r-for wheat-aud ,lay. Small kinds, of maize mniy still bn sown in'vell" prepared land. Colletand .store seed of sorlhum and tllier millets Cut ansdlotu sa.tobacco. ColletNand atone nott6n pods. Asrdn e reepnare iepreisr S-c., as is Iebruary. ;OnaeaAI.D.Sa Same as laatstmoutalI but 'prune and thlin orange trees.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
MISOELLUNEOUSi' l1oiL. E c,..;.- Aý - NE. ILorr NT." .-A vary Sdistrtssing :cse caine before tho magistrates heares'Toes? days ago, but to avoid.gi'ing iunecessary pain to the respectalile ftaily concerned wie shall" omit - in: 6urii ac count. of it all refiraics tdo namcisl:.It ap pears .thiat a yoisng woman a member 'f t. :resliectable' family of the middle class irc siding inLisverpool, was indticed by.a cap taii of: ilargo merchant ship--a man: about forty years of age-to accompany.himi' a voyagse abroad.: Tho ship shad left the Mcrisy before the family 'discovered tihe elopement;. but contrary widds compelled thie. essel.to, puEtinto i:f1olyhcad :harbour. :Hore a brother of, the young'woman fdund thc' o6iple, biit failing"to induce his sister to' iretin;'as 'a last .ressort,' he lodged ,a- cliarge' against iher of stealing a shawl from heit home. Forthwithl sho was secured Sbythepiolice and taken befbrea mnagistiate; .but ler. admirer did inot iiit ier side'for a nmohmelint; In...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We hanv received a. note sgned HlMnry C. Brottel, and referring tp thei correspon dence on tile subjecbt f the late cricket nutclh, which appeared in our lst. We imust decline publishiug the siame for the reason that, is the striter himself says, lie " makes no statemenllt;" and his epistle consists merely of some attempts at sar casim-very harmless, but not in tihe best taste. If iI. C. B. is very desirous of seeing his letter in print, he mnay probalbly , get it publislied in one of the Wollongong journals, which t6gethlerlhave four times our space to fill. Correspondence ofrom: SPioliaven and Gerrin. goiig rather too late: We must iniform correspondents that it is absolutely neces : sry.to fnriiish us their real mnames. No n thing will be printed unless this condition :be coimplied with.,
UIILAND'S FAREWELL TO THE HARP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
UIILAND'S FARtE'VELT TQqIIS ITARt. Ohi Farewtell sweet ldmnria, O ilrienld of lny heart, T'he tie has nw colme ln lle I e aut part; I go to a ltllltloil o!eOoSillo" no tril', Tlley c:ll It Hlisluii; tlhe r Uiol bf lIR. Oh, farewell belo'dl, most bealutiful juy i love you sllcerely, for vil'll o ltut a boy ou soothed my dull mono ts; for oiutlh?i and grief In your mainlc only, cothl I find a rluef. "t You tmntr , o r ' weep, oflfi my swveet hlrp, too owell oll tvill have mint stories of glory to tell YoU wolo todp iUHotlll to yotr seoet Uhlanlrd's namte. UhlI mayyoi d lnto hin oe'r hjloppily le, That worlu,bf brihit 'l:dlorsi you 've beeottn moto i e." Six wartolerossoat round him, woe-blrlenel d ald wran; Anol they ie ros to ga nool tihe grn t .l ath, HuttI holrtls awere blitn k tl, Rred ol tilo ltre i hld "'r oil I theyo w lllo ?ow ie must sooll got to rest. A wind o rot e calmly, anod enterted tlle roon, '1The minstrel lay silent, oawittin t his dooml t ; WVllh6n g ilyt soft strai...
A ROYAL RAILWAY CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
A :ROYAL RAILW.VYk CARR:LAGE. (Fromn the Daily Telegraejh.) If report speaks truly, the Directors of the Great Eastern Railway Compar? are constructing a specimen of railswy carriage which, for luxury and bcauty, can only be compared to Cleopatra's gal ley. Agrippa's breath, indeed, was not taken away by Enobarb's description of the sail down Cyndu ' ocre, than our readers miest havo be nvlaccount we published of this conyv on Saturdiy. last. Talk of "purphsl and oars of silver, and pavilion of oth of gold," the carriage whlich is bei btmiltl at Stratford foi the use of the ldineo and Poiucess of Wales is quiteasafine. "I wish I were a princess," tlopttle maiden plaintively says in the nmisry-story, then I could have sugar-c dy for breakfast.". So we ahnostwivis" that we wroe a prince, then wve shouid ridn: upon quilted satin, with our fet iniches deep in a velvet-pile car pet.aind lhang our lhats up upon frosted silver pegs. bet our readers only realise the splendour of the drawing...
STEAM TRACTION ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
' STEATMt TRACTI'ON ENGINES. TnE London Revieo, speaking of Bray's STraction Engine, says: Perhaps the od}est among the many odd creatures found in Australia is the ani mal called the ,oi'lithorhynchus, which appears to beoa hixtare of the duck, the beaver, and thelnold ;,and the traction engine constructed according to theWool wich dockyard authorities, and now at work there, is aboutas strange a medley of half-a-dozen machines having apparently totally diverse functions. Independently of its traction power-its main employ ment-it is fitted up as a steam derrick, as a fixed engine to turn the shafting in the workshops, and as a capstan to haul the ships about the docks: and, finally, it is now used as a powerful steam fire engine, capable of throwing a jet to the top of the highest ship-building sheds; in-short, it can do anything, the dockyard laborers declare, short of talking, and that it can do, after its own fashion, with its steam whistle. When we saw it at vork it was moving...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
THIE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING . OFFICE, mAARKET SQUARE, KIA3IA. TMHE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jamhbeioo¢'Gerringong, Shoal haven, &c., c., that their Office is repleto with every description of thle most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERs, &c., lWhich enables them to exeoscute work in a style equol to any other office in the Colony, with tlse utmost accuracy cad despatch. Plai anUd Ornamental Printing, in every ariety and style, including- Pamphlets . Law Forms. Catalogues: o. Business Circularo Societies' Rules Labels Reports Pdsturs.. Billhelads I aid. UBills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases ' 'A'rcccdhents . They hopeo, by moerato·~ lsages, ineatness sid accuracy in the excution of.tlheir work,. with puncetuality in completing orders, to so cure a share of public patrotnage. iif In terms of the' present postal arrange soents, Printing can be forwarded to any.part of thle colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. , .. . ,. - The IThDE...
SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SATURDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 March 1864
SHELLHARBOR. (soa 0015 cshs~son orsr (noR.OUr. CORRESPOSDEST.): *.: MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. &nbsp; SATURDAY, 27th February. Present- The Chairman, Councillors Fryer, Marks, Cosgrove, Evans, Fenwick, and Dunster. &nbsp; The following tenders were received for serving notices of assessment:- .8 ; s. .d.; A. Smith 0:.g".:....,.... 5 0 ' P. Csrngsn : 0C0 . Vidler ... . 5 0 0 S&lt; L. W illis ....:':...:';. .. " 4 0 0 1' 3airrss:. ' t.?. 0 -Of6 the inmotion of Councillor Fenwick, secofided by Counbillor Cosgrove, the ten der of A. Smith was accepted. The Chairman presoeted a petition from ratepyecrs at the Lackey H]ill, prayinig for road ilmprovements. The petition was re ceived on the motion of Councillor Fryer, secosrded by Conncillor Marks. Cosuncillor Dunster said the Conmiittee hadl already inspected the road referred to, aisd had only recosomendedi the expenditure of a few ]ouanls, as .£70 had lately been slpent in tlhat direction. ]LESIGNATION OF OFFICEIS. Mr. A...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (VIA SUEZ.) London, 29th Jan. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
LATEST SPECIAL TI'ELEGR1AMll. (VIA SPIE.); : " ?,' , "/:Lbonidoeui,2th Jan.. :. The Dlake of NDcicastle contem-plates re signing after the meetinig of PsiPet.in . it." Probable successoi;, Lo~id W? dehouss. ?Eorl Russells resignation, is reported by th.Sitdindid, h;:h t denidd by? the Pst. .'loe wr iin Schleswig Molstein iniininent.. Aestrian and P?u]sian forces ad;vancing. 20,000 hiritislh. tiop s promnised to Den mark. " ." •' Psrance .rofises ,cooporation, beingb jea lous of Eeiglish inifiluenco in Gormanywhiich :i caused much joy in Paris: , Mediterranueail fleetau'men d?.: tlhainielfeeat ? i?dled.to rendevous. P resident Lincoln's nomination assured. Tihe.Confederites lirgely reifitroced. Gendial Longstreoet in strong position at Knoxville. , SConfederate incursions co6nstantly alaim. : the Federals, .'', . ::-. Maximiiian hesitates to accepitl the tione : of Mexico. IN Toeinesseedo; the Confedorato Generaii. Liongstreeot, lhad turned upon his pursuers, his rear gsird defeating...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
- ". ' -* . , TALY . '' '. :..' . . Garibaldi l?sis 'eignThis. seat in the Italian 1Parliament; ni einombors of tho - Loft folloed his example. 1 Thle tiltcmpt to enforce conscription in Italy wna the caniso of this inovemcnt. Garibaldi's parliY desired Victor Em-. manuel should be declared Dictator, and that Italian troops should first rescue oe 'hotia arind then seize'Romeon : .
INTRODUCTION OF THE ALPACAS INTO NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
INTRODUCTION OF TIII AL5PACAS INTO IE-W SOUTHIR WALES, VICTOR?IA, AND FRANLCE. Adricrting to the motion of Mr. Wilson in the Assembly, on the evening of 10th ultimo, lhaing for its object the absolute salo of the fiock of alpoacas introdncbd into Ncw South Wales by 'Ir. Ledger, the -Yeoman of 27th ulticeo remarks:L-The reception which the efforts of Mr. D)ufield have met withl in Victoria lIas been no better, but consideraibly worse, than the fete of Mr LTedger. In Now SoutliWales thle G:vermnmant 1)ur01ohased the flocks aid paid thle titoney down--a very inadcq?itot price, it is- triue, but still a .tangible amount. It likbwise Ireas paid hitherto a certain snum for their support. In- Vitorin, tile Governnment and people alioke hlave taken a sholt stare' at the now importa 'tions, tile animals have furnished a few paragraplhs to thle nLewspapers, ied then they hlave passed out of sight as completely as if they haid still remained in their native IBolisia. Mr. Dafliold left this cou...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
heaot-io 7 6d toSs "6d-importod ' - Maizo-Is 0(d to 4s 8d ditto . Barley, Maltinhg-3s Oil fo 8d ~lper bu.ihel.' . Ditto, Oapo-2s 0d to 2s Gd ditto' . Onts - s Od to 3s lid ditto - ·: " .' " Bran-ls 6d to ln 9d ditto"' ' . "Flour-1st, £23 to £25 lier ton-Very scarce Ditto, 2nd-£21 to £23 ditto-Very scarce liay, Lucorne'-£4 10s to £6 10s:ditto ' " Ditto, Oaton-£6 to £10 ditto'. "'. .Potatos--£3 Os to £6 Os'ditto". Onioons-l0s:to los..: *:v "" '. '''* ": ' Dlutter-Almost entirely unsaleablo Itoney-4d to 5i -;l . Bcon-7-Td to 9d ditto.:: .':.S ' ';*, .'. Ohlecsae-d to Gd ditto Eggs-ls Od. to Is Id 1or'do.. ..:. ... Fowls-2s 6d to 3s 0d per coupleo*': . ': Ducks--Ss Gd.to.4a 6d per ditto: ':: Turkeys-8sto 1is ditto:. , . : . Calves-lO10s tolis- d Pigs-4d to 6d jpr Ib.':'': " '. ' H ides --Is to'l10s ach " ' e '. : '" Tobacco, Oolonial,'ls 6d to2i.Od . " '- g GRAHAMt &" ?ULHOLLAND.,-, " archli 12,.1864.. King-strLih t West, Sydney,