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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
PRANCE. M. do Pesigney ad sc~s Napolcon to do clara Paris hostile to Isis dynasty and as smnil by a cop da etse the right of iomai natiig all its ijrescntatlives. In reply t? the addresses of theo diplo mnati corps, the Empereor said, " Notwith, standing the dificulhlties in different parts of Eurdpe, I anm ionvsinced they.will boe removed bythe coonciliatory isp]ireit of thei diffrornt, Sovereigns, and thatpeaco will bo e. maintained. . .
TOBACCO GROWING. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
TOBACCO Ght OWING. (Uio lire JIrldlior qf the Herald.). Smra;-r aving been engaged in the oe cupation of growing rand curing tobacco in thle state of Virginia, Asmcrica, where the best quality of this article is put up; anud being practically acquainted with tlc sub ject, fromitlho tinme of putting thie soeed in the ground to sending it forth to all tile nations of tile earth as an ,riticle of. com merce and consumption, I consider icy self justified in calling the attention of the public to .what I believe to be a few imnportant considerations. I have now been in Australlia more than ten years,a greitesr part of the time in the colony of Victorias. WhVile there, I did not notice 'aiiy considerable extent of country well adapted to growing the finer qn'ualities of tobacco.; but in nearly overy section I am convinced that an oidinary article may be grown with great profit-I mean the quality of Which tihe Manila cigars, in such comnimoun use, are made. But when I caine to the Laoifcli...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
RAILWAY AUCTION DEIOT.I : Fat Cattle.-Theo upsard tendency in this market reported last week is maiiinrttained, and a miarked steadiness is .observable. Prides range froen£3 5s. to£ls, according to qsility; fiii extral slperior cattle ovesa hightr prico i higlt bo obtaindd. " Fat Shleep.-.2'his.s nrket is. decidedlv flat; salces are difficult, and the very bist flotsck; would not bring msore than 12s. The roads anrd weather Lhave Leen so had that thosclately arrived have suffered greatly in condition, aniid sales as low as is i. d have Ihadl to be subinitted" to ill coseqlolllce. , Store Slheep.-The quotationls of last week are saRpported, end bht few are offering.' Store Cattle.-No dtoand. tterses.-A mioderato dllloaild coiltinilues for good coinditioned colts for draughit andl light harness--no others will find a sale. Iillch Cows.-This class is corning in freely fior sale, which has caused a slight reaction oni prices; frori £5 to £8, lhowever, imay still bue qioted as tile rulii...
AMERICA. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
AMRICA. •Jan; 13. Tile Confederates have made aggressive movements in the Shenandoah VRalley; and have threatened Potersburg and Win. chester. The siege of Charleston continues. : Several Confederate ironclads are nearly ready in the harbour, and intend attacking the Federal fleet. In Central Texas tie Confcderdtes have concentrated 20,000 imen to attack Bank's expedition. By a resolution in the Senate the Fede ral Governnieit desire to termcilnate the Reciprocity Tredty with the British Govern mcnt. The Federal Govelament strongly con dcumn tile French occupation of Mexico. Signal stations occupied by small garri. sons, arb estabhlishcd along the \MissssilP?,,I for tie pIrotection of the navigation. The Confederactes Ihave gone into winter qu'arters in Tennessee.. A resolution has passed tihe Federal Se nate to call out 1,000,000 Volunteers. Mr. Lincoln Ihas been nominated for the . Presidency by both branches of the Legis lature. .The Confederate lead2lhave determined on a despera...
THE PROPOSED MAIL SERVICE, BY WAY OF PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
TIlHE PROPOSED LMAIL SERVICE, BY WAY OF PANAiMA. (From the Ierahld.) In point of speed tlhe proposed service will not compete with tihe MIarsillos route, and therefore will not dovetail in so as to give a fortnighstly mail both ways. The time to be occupied between Southiamp ton and Sydney will be sixty days, whichl is rather nore than is really necessary. The Royal Ma:il boats leave Southlampton on the second of every mounthl, and will only bring a week's later dates than thle M.arseilles portion of the previous overland mail, the date of closing which is tihe 26th. Thie arrival in Sydney by way of Panama would be on or about thle first of each month, which would be about midway between the arrival of tlhe steamers by the Suez route, but not mid way so far as tihe arrival of the telegraphic despatches is concerned. In the tran mission of news thle overland route has advantages with which its rival can never compete. Even now we get, via Suezs, Europeau intelligence to the 1st or 2n...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
HORSE ?IMAKtIET. Mr. C. Martyn reports Tile horse marlket has varied bitt little since last wceek. All descriptions of horses are very abundait, but there is a lierfeet glut of liglht stock, and they are consequontly very dull of sale. At the Bhazaar sales large Ilaumbhers con tiut?e to Ie olfered but transactions are limitbd, althlough not to the extent of produciing any maturial alteratioi in prices, . At the Campter dowtsalso yards the.following lots were sold: -22 head, beloetging toatr. A. Ward, of Yass, at from £1 to £1010s; .two draughts, conm prising 6t hoid, belosging to 3tessrs. Stophen seon and Wirnc, Crookwell, it from L£1i s to £28 per head. Advicce friom Noes Zealand, par laoud Hiamilton, represent that market as rather overstockced, andl will render specolators canutiots of shippiut'th?te:cxtent they hlavl hithort6 done.
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
SGENERAIL SUMIMIARY:. The Queen is in goodl heailth. The Prince: oofWhles gn'e birth to a son on the 8th Jan. - Parliament prrooued, to the 4th Febra ery.. SThe Queen has conferredthe V.ietoria Cross on color-sergeant ? '-Kenna and lance corporald Ryau, for galhintry in, tlhe ;Nwc Zealind wp·owr. Piites D]alobrt?so Tif.' iiie'dal. The .Rev. Air: Graham has accepted;the pastorate of the Congregational COhsuh, Pitt-street, Sydney. The Aborigines' Protection Socieby sent a memorial to Sir G. Gir,:entreating him to make' peace, bitt ipublic fealiig dem . noind the suppression of theo rebellion by fbrce. . The Victorian E?igration Society held a mdeetihg on the lth Januoy, Ms: r. Cohilders presiding. The lafunds in haind are sullit cient to send out eight shuudred- Emi grants. Aisother fea'ful collieorev-rtxplsion:-Ttll greatIboss of life, is reportedin Wales. Thle distress is the cotton manufactisiing districtsis olargely increasing. .. T.he generl fteeling in sEhigland correis ?onds wi...
MAILS BY THE NORTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
MAILS BY THE NORTHAM. Thie Mails by the 'i?kninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation C:ompipay's" steamer NORTHAM, will li'made up at this offico on TUESDAY, thei 22nd-iistantt, at 9.p.m., for all letters not addressed.to tim United King dom, and at I a.mis. lir All letters so addressed. Newspapers must bo posted one hour befor tili letters, i.e., at 8 and 10o:itn. respectivcly. Thie tollowhig ui iilthlill ,bo dispatched: To the United KIingdom, via ?MaIrseilles and Southamiptoil. To France ild other COoti iesntal Stato. (in a closed mail to France.) To the''Northirn countries of Europe, via (when iniriked) Trieste. Tos:s Melbeurne, Ta;smirnia, Adhlaide, Western Australia,imiritius, Suez, Alekaxidrin, Malti;. Aden, MIilrah s. r ,Calcntta, Bombaiy, Ceylon; Bataviai, Siigapiore Manila, Chlina, thie ape of Geood Hope, and St. Helena. Sleogisterede letters, not :addressedd to .the United Kingdom, s lill not tbe rcceived after 3.30 p.m. on 'the 21st instant, but letters ad drassed. to the ...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
I"OSTEf- POlE TUFSDAY, M?[lII lSIlS?-[es.S. Waugh, ludulasrhl iug ,Ilob, ?lad Iloddall. " 'II.Uha Tan U.?esAr, -2' iVbcu -hrtcs. o; S. ry., U. Uhmpooolo,oo Modos, Milop,-daod COlorl4O.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
TO Til EDITOn OF Tlle KIAMA IAINOniINnZNT. SRli,- You will oblige by making known these few considerations in your next. I soe there is a meeting called of the conm mittee .formed for the purpose of doing asway with that very obstructive nuisance, the Municipal Council. Now I would advise those gentlemen named to save tleir money, instead of giinug it to the lawyers to obtain an iniunction in tieo Supremei. Court to compel tihe Council to do what they have already done-that is, to- stop action, until thel Aet is amended. By obtaining the said injunction, the Council will not bo dissolved, neither cau tlhoso gentlemen or any. ono else dissolve it. I say to the pe.ople of the district, you have prayed to be incorporated;, and incorporated you you are. It you do not like the men that are in, why do you not attend in your places' at the propler timn, and elect fresh ones? P You talk of in corporating .Kiama, by itself.. .I .think some of you, do not ..lns6 hobw far the town, ektends. In...
THE "BROAD ARROW." [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
TiE ,' BnoAD Anunow."--About two hundred years since, the first mentioil of it.occurs in an Admiralty warrant, com nianding that "broad arrow-o" shall be placed in tled.namoof. the Sovereign on some store or otlher;- in the same docu nient orders are giventhat certain candles intended for the Royal Navy shall'have a red ora blue thread inthe wick. Tlhese are in use. oi\ board shlps of war at the ipresout day; our sailoi readeis; however, can best tell. The broad arrow is to be found as a symbol on the Continent,whelire it is styled tho", Three Holy Nails." Tho aboveis all that is known on tihe subject Ex?asTRAoDINAnY GROowTnI or Mussu noowSs.-On Thursday morning last Mr. R. Haworth, I.L.A., gathered in one of his paddocks, at Kombla Grange, seven mushrooms weighing in the mass four and a-half pounds. One of them was seventeen ounces in weight, and measured 9, inches across in one way, and clven inches in another, and was therefore more than 21- feoot in cireumfnfcrcnce.-Illa sourra ...
DESCRIPTION OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
DESCRIPTION OF T'IEJCITY OF WASIINGTON. Augustus de Sala, the " Special Conm missionor" of the London Daily Tle graphy thus graphically describes the city of Washington : I have Cbeen endeavoring for many hours, but with indifferent success, to de termine iu my own mind what TWashing tou is like. ThaI t it resembles in any way the metropolis of a great, powerful, anld wealthy comluonwealith cau at once without much fear of contradiction, he denied. It contains, certainly, sonic nob)le public buildings, but they are scattered far and wide, with all kiuds of incongru ous environments, producing ul)on the stranger a perplexed impression that the British Museum has suddenly migrated to the centre of an exhausted brickfleld, where rulbbish may be shot; or, that St. Panl's Cathedral, washed quite white, :and stuck uponi stone stilts, has been transferred to the centro of the great desert of Sahara, and called a Capitol. There is no cohesion about Pennsylvania avenue.! its houses are as Hu...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
p HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. o PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. IMarch 8.--lKiama (s.) from Sydney. March 9.-Grafton (s.) from Sydnoy. Blue Jacket, schooner, from Sydney. MIarch 12.-Grafton, (s.), from Sydney. narch 14.-Grafton, (s.), from Shoalhlavon. DIoARTU1II?S. MIarch S.--Kinla, for Sydney. IMarch 0.-Grafton, for Shoallhaven. M.arch 10.--Grafton, for Sydnesy. IMarch 12.--Blue Jacket, for Shoalhaven. Grafton, for Shoalhaven. Marchl 14.-Grafton. for Sydney. EXPORTS From Kiama per I.S.N. Co.'s steamers, for the wck oending Moarch 22, 1864. 477 kegs butter I2 bags onions 107 pigs 2 lbdles slkins 32 calves 17 bags potatoes 7 cases eggs | 5 bags grass seed . 8 coop fow?vis I 2 pkges bacon 12 hides ] 2 cas tallow 11 ba?gs barley & smrudrics.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
- THE "INDEPENDENTT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, 3MARKET SQUAiRE, KIA3IA. TIIl PROPRIETORS beg to inform tile Pbllic of Jambroeeo, Gerrilngong, Shoal hlaven, &c., &c., thalt their Offic0 is repleto with every description of the most modern - PLAIN AND FANCY Tr1'r, BDnERSo, &c., Which enables them to executo work in a style equal to any otlher oflice in tihe Colony, with the utmost acceracy andl despatclh. Plail aln Ornamental Printing,. in every ariety and style, includilg- Pamphlets . Law Forms Catalogues .:o- asitoss Ciroulars Societies' Rules: Labels - leportos .i :: Posters. : . Billheads ;.H? -aiud Bills lBusiness Caids Promissory Notes SLeases.. A"greomnots. Theoy hope,, by modo?rnto chirges, netntess anld accurnacy l.theoxd tion ' of thelir Iwork, with punctuality iaocmnploting oorders, to sou cure. a shacre of puolic patroaaigc t* In termsof:the prescnit postal'arrange mints, Printing chn ho: forwirded to any.p:urt of th lcolony at a :merely noiminal rat...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
SYDNEY MARKiETS.' :: The Sy ecy papers dSt~a ;i~trd st r port as under:- " s ". : "., • - . " :s :, d. '~;-$.:s.d: . Flour, first, pro ton .. 22 00 Oo O:: 0- 0 Do., Seconds; per ton .. 20 0' 0 '..b ":'0. 0 Bran per bushelof 20 1b '.'0 ".1 . 0' 1 ,9 Bisouit, Cabin, per 1001bs 1: 3::..0:, .0 -0' Ditto, Navy ., :.;." Q 18"?05 .:. O0 0: mroad, p r 21b loaf .- ..,Oi ,O 6'!-? .·?O 0":0 HIay, per owt .; . ·O 0 6...;::: O 8 0 Grass -. ;.'' (: ..; " 8O,..6 '.0 "0' 0 tucernm .. .' . ';. 0 .:G,; -6 , " Straw .. ..' .: .":'. O'.. :5 .0". O," 0"? 9 Bark, per do. ::.:. 0 4': 9 ;.'/. 0O..8 ' 0 WVheat, per bushel .1.'i'.&lt;? ';.O. .. O 0'0 Oats, per do.:· ;i. '.1!'(-'2: 0 0: ..:0 : 4 6 Barley, lier do . 1i?":,':o:."0 O:3O 6"; .. " 6' ar?ize, per do ".: ;.-0 3 3. ".:-,'0 3. :-9 Greeanstuffper dozen'.;." 0 "03 i0 .; 0 1 0 Boof, 'ler lb . .. 0: &.;.0' .0 1¼ C a l v e s " , . .'. O.'0 : ' 1 2 0 . . 0 ,1. 5 "9 hMilch cows " ". ,." 5" ", : 0 :0 .';- 09' 0 '. Mrutton, per do.'. ..O?'OOb;....
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
COIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAMI FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. £ s. d. Superfine ilk-dresseil Flour; per toll 0 0 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ........0.... O 0 0 Wire-dressed, per ton .. .. 0 0 .0 Do., per 100 lbs .. .... . 0 0 0 Secrous, per to .............. ' 0~0 0 Do., per 1001bs ....* . .-0 "*,;. 0 0 Machine-dressed Iaize Flour, do;.. O 12 0O Crushed Maize, per bushel ...-..;;' . . 6 Bran and Pollard, ditto ...... ...0 2 0 (i Wheat and nIaie pireliasned for bash, or taken in oxchango.for flour, or' grist grind-. g. J. SEHARPE. .SONS. March 14, 1864. -.,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
TO THE EDITOei OF TlE IisDEPENDENTr. Sin I hare noticed en toni ion oftliii lst bof this mointh, a 'ihosablyiit ttlo ofiletter signed "Loolcer.,%n' .Theli bile of .thiil august gentleiinlii hs Vodintly: bee6koi ised to see better workniein tlIii-hiniself piicking up thI crumbs which foi;meily fell to hi$ own lot. Sir, thlough i stroni" eplporter of the late Mo.inistr (especially in .crforernce. to the present corupt occupanlits) I.nam free to admit thatf .they made many mistakoes, and the greatest?:niistakoe they overi made was nlen they placed the mainagemeuntof the'roiids in'tlh hands of tlle locnal Bencehi. They found- by xdperience tlhat the stop ewas a filse one, and thely wisely retraced it, and applointed overseers insteid; and though the plan may be objectionable, it is the best of the two. Yoer gifted correspondent, "Looker on," though but a sorry workmai at anythinig, used to pick up an occasional job formerly. Several bridges on the ioald. have been built (save the mnark)...
NEW ZEALAND. To Awamuta, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 March 1864
NE W ZEALANaDT (From the licrold.) To Awamuta, Feb. 22. The concluding, remarks int my letter from this place--to theii fect tha~t Patde rangi and Pikopikl'ollchd bee deserted proves to.CAiitj'boonk bi:osd. on triuthful rumor, .positive infoirmation of thd ftot being conveyed to.the Gencial by receipt, this afternion, of d commlmunication from Colonel Waddy. Theo nutivs appear to Inhave been thoronghly- frightcied of re mainin~ in thle: pahs wit a ~st?rong force threateoneig them in front, and the Gone ral having succeeded, despite their deter mination to prevent him, in oit-mannmu ring tthem an tacking possession of their: baoseof operations It vas true Rangia wahia was not held long on Sunday-not more than for a couple of hours, and little bboty was secured ts loot--whcn the troops retired to To Awaiutu, wheioe the head-quarters were :dr: tlheo :tinte pitched, but:.thie 'rebels on learning that such an unwelcomeo ,isit hid been:paid, and ws, .of couise, immititient to. occiur agai...