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MATTER IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

MATTER IV HAND. We are grieved to find tl-4t the printer of the Banner of Belfast is ' out of ?orts,' and , altogether in a very ' bad' case;' as is evident from the following virulent notice:— ' ? (t -Pa ri m d T7rinT7.PS. --Tn consenuence of our printer being1 afflicted with, a had hand, we are obliged to pub\ iu sonis niatter which appoarod in our next issue.' ' Pathologically speaking, Punch thinks tlje editor of the Banner' (has- acted' very unskilfully by introducing virus into a bad hand, and critically speaking, he finds the editor guilty of a gross solecism in. speaking of existing matter as having appeared in a future issue. In. any event Punch must join issue with the editor upon the matter of putting matter into an issue— but this matter: Punch refers to the Medical Journal.,

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SIMPLE DIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

SIMPLE DIVISION, At a meeting of the Mount Barker District Council, as reported in the Adelaide Observer, the following resolu tion was adopted:— ' Resolved that three more men should be employed, and that half of them should go on with the repairs along the Bald Hills road, while the others repaired Cameron-street and the ptjieu places about the township.' Fancy a man and a half employed in metalling the roads in one locality, while the other man and the other moiety of a man, were distributed— according tp some incompre hensible principle of disintegration or ubiquity— ^over ' Cameron-street and the other places about the toweship.' What an indestructible vitality must inhere in the road makers. of South Australia, when they c jm be thus bisected, and each section of the- ' human f^k ' made available, notwithstanding th§ operation, for. labouring asses !

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

ijlinpgi iMIligim. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. August 9.;— Clyde, ship, 781 tonp, ICerr, from London 14th April. Bfi&me rang (s.) . 400 tons, O'Reilly, from .Moreton Bay 7th instant. August 10. — Helen Bair'd. barque, 441 tons; Weith,'from Manila May 4th. Pacific, schooner, 120 tons, .Welsh, returned to port. Auirust 11.— City of Sydney (s.), 750 tons, Moodio, from Melbourne 8th instant. August 11. — Eliza, schooner, Sf) tons, HoWell, from the South Soa Fishery ( aroline. schooner, 127 tons, Smith, from. Goelong. 7th instant.' Palmyra. 1 ai.-que, 706 tons, Tierney, from Manila 2Sth May. .Governor,- brig, 147 tons,. bmith, front' the South Sea fishery. August li. — MOraytliire, ship, 8U3 tons, Mathers,- from Hobart Town 7th instant. Snruh Ann, schooner;. 134- tons,- WattB, from- Moreton Bay 4th instant. Ripley, schooner, 130 tons, Cummins, from Kelson 25th July. August 13. — Eudorus, schooner, 144 tons, Seamen, - from. South Sea Islands. August 14. — Yarra Yaria (r.), 500 -ton...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

Thursday. Mr. Johnson moved the second reading of the ^Writs of Trial and Enquiry Bill. Mr. Holden and Sir Alfred Stephen spoke in support of the principles of the bill. Captain Mayne, Mr. Allen, and; Mr. Docker, severally, suggested the propriety of postponing the committal of the bill till the measure for establishing country courts was before the Assembly. The motion waa passed, and to be considered on Wednesday next. The Titles to La'nd.Bili was also read a second time. The Council adjourned at a quarter past 6 o'clock till Wednes day next.

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

BRAIDWOOD. (From the Herald.) A correspondent who is connected with the firm; of 'Messrs., Fairhurst and Co., storekeepers, . Braidwood, writes to us as follows, under date 11th August : — Amidst the numerous rumours and'anth'enticated accounts from: the gold fields, in general, the diggings here seem; to have fallen ' into the shade. The thbusandsof ounces said. to- have been dug.. at'the Rooky River, and the boundless treasures which are said to have been exhumed from the Stoney Creek, are certainly sufficient1 to justify th'e fact that every eye is turned towards the westward, or perchanco the- casual) enquiry; — what: about the northern jjold field? The B'ailiurst district has furnished ' its fourteen po.und*, .eighteen ounces, and other smaller nuggets; but still in this the Stoney Creek is not altogethferjsingular. This supposed-to-be (by Bome) . forgotten- district, is now, - .or at any rate must of necessity-ere long furnish, a field for the enter prising. miiier ; for in th...

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Parliamentary. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

[?] {Abridged from the Empire's. Parliamentary Summary.) THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday. i The President entered into a lengtLened statement explanatory I and vindicatory of the position which he conceived the Judges occupied in that branch of tho Legislature. He believed the pre j sence pf their Honours would prove beneficial to the country by bringing the judicial knowledge of those learned personages to i bear on the course of legislation, and that it was in conformity to .the spirit of the British Constitution. He quoted from Mr. Macaulay and other authorities in support of his arguments, and contended that his position had received the implied sanction of some of the best theories propounded in the colony. The whole of the business on the paper was postponed..

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR'. Satukday Evening, o'Clock; » s. ? u; 3s s. ? a ?When*, per bushel good ''samples.;. 0 10- 0 to ? 0- 12 O Maize, ... ... ... ?« 0 3 8 0 3 4 Flour, 1st quality, per ton ... 30:- 0 0 SO' 0 O Ditto, 2nd, ditto, ... ...- 28 0 0 J!S o .0 Bran ... ... ... ... 0' 1 61' 0 19' Hay, oatenyppr ton-- .... ' 6 0 0 6 0 O Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... ..?? 5- O'O 5 0 0' Potatoe.-, per ton dull ... ...? 2' 10 0 3 10 0 Butter, 1st qual. ... ..«? 0 1 C -0 16 3)itto second quality. ... 0 1 1 3 0 1 3 Cheese per lb. ... .... ..«? 0 O- G-: 0 0 8 Biicon1 if primer. - ...' ... 0- 0: 8-' 0' 01 9 Eggs, per dozeu ... ' ; .'.V 0' 1 3-» O- 1 ' S Fowls, jier pair ?? 0 4-0'' 0 4-6 Ducks... 0- 5' 0» 0V 7 0 ? Turkeys * ... 0 10' 0 0 14 0 Gfeeee .... ... 0'12-0 , 012 0 l'igs...... ..i- plentiful!1 G'alvea...... . ..... ... 0 10 0 0'20 0'. WILLIAJt Sl'EER, , 1 Agent, Commcrcial.WharL''

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS.. PRICES OF TLOTJR. The market is in much tbe same state as when- last rfepbrt'ed. ? Onlj? a'feyr small lots of wheat have arrived to town from the country, some of which has realised 12s. per bushel. The demand for'tlout continues brisk. , Messrs, Barker and Co. quote line- flour' at'Hffl. per ton of 2000 lbs. ;:sec-in'd quality, 281. Bran,. Is? (3d. to '18. ffd. per busliel ; wheat, 12fc. pter- budhcl. Mr. -. Breillat; l'iiic fiiHir, 301 ; seconds, 281. per ton; wheat, lis;- to 12s; for good - samples ;:bran, Is; 9d. to 2s. per bushel. l'OUI.TKY AND' DAinr rR'ODVCE. Fowls 4s. to 4s. Od, ducks 7s. to 8s. Cd, geese 12s. to 14s; turkeys 10*. to ' 14s, pigeons 2s; wild -ducks 6s. to 8s: teal 4s; per couple; roasting pigs 6s.'to' 8s. each, butter Is. to Is. 6dv checso 7d. to 8d. bacon and hams 7U. to 8d. '-' lard 6d. to 7d. per lb. Eggs Is to Is 3d. per dozen. FORA&E.- Hay 61. to 91. straw 31. to 51. per ton. Maize 3s. to 3s. 6d, oats [2s. 9d, to ' 3s, barley* 3s...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, August 11. (Before Messrs. Smith and Davison.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, August 11. (Before Messrs. Smith and Davison. 1 John Mitchell was bio.ight up on a warrant issued for his apprehension on Saturday, charged with stealing a watch from the house of Joseph Symons. Symons stated that his house was un finished, and that he left it 'on last Tuesday week to go to a neighbours, when ho returned tho watch was gone. From infor mation subsequently received he got a search warrant ; the watch was found in the box of the prisoner ; he regretted that he had 1)ut suoli a temptation in the way of the youth, with whom he had lad frequent dealings, having made boots for him, and ho enter tained a high opinion of him. 'Mr.. G. Soinerville gave evidence on the circumstances, connected with. the discovery of? the watch, and spoke highly of the previous character of the yoqth, who had been in his service since December last-,, whom he- obtained from an emigrant ship, and notwithstanding the present charge, and though the offence was one ...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

TITLE DEEDS' READY FOR DELIVEY., The following title deeds- are ready for delivery at the Surveyor general' 8- Office,, on payment oft the authorised fee.. (Ffee 15s.) Henry Matthew Clarke, Kiama. 2r. Ditto ditto- ditto, ditto, 2r. William- Timothy Cape, ditto, 3 r. 39p. Ditto- ditto ditto, ditto, lr. 34p. . William M. Clarke, ditto, 2r. ' ; Ditto ditto, ditto, 2r. Moses Campbell, Ulladulla, nine lots, each Sr.. ? - Charles Caley, ditto, 24 lots, each 2r. ? ? James Colley, Camden, (D. F. £1) 5a. Hugh Colley, ditto, ditto, 10a. lr. - Ditto ditto, ditto,, ditto, 10a. lr. j ? ? John Fisher Cambage, St.. Vincent, (D. F. £1 5's.). 6Daf. Robert Cork, ditto, (D. F. £1) 32a. 2r. Ditto dittOj ditto-, 43a. Henry Clayton, ditto; (D. F. jgl 5s.) 100a.. Hugh Colley,- Camden, ditto, 20a. Robert Cork, St. Vincent, ditto, 52a. 3r. 8p. - Patrick Cavlen, Camden, ditto, 30a. ' ? Charles Collins, ditto, ditto, 30a. : - ? John Fisher Cambage, St. Vincent, ditto, 36a. 2r. 8p.. ! Ditto ditto, ditto,, ditt...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

UllntMimt District fttfcUigtnxe. KIAMA. [from our own COREESPONDEKT.l State Support for Religion. — On last Wednesday, pursuant to advertisement, a public meeting was hold in the Free Church to consider the question of State support for religion. The meeting was not numerous ; but fifty or sixty were preset. t.. D. L..Waugli, Esq., presided. The Rev. W. Ridley, who was introduced by. Mr. Mackie, advocated, in a lucid and somewhat lengthy address,, the immediate abolition or atate support ror religion,, and. the. prpmpt employment of every constitutional means to effect, this.. The Rev. G. Mackie then read to the meeting a petition to ? the Legislature against, the State endowment of religion, and moved its-adoption. At the close of the meeting several were enrolled' as members of ' the Society for the Abolition of all State Support for Religion in New South Wales,!'' and received cards of. membership from Mr. Ridley, and all signed the petition:. Debating. Society,.— 1 This Society'...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. Monday,. August. 11. (Before Messrs. Smith and Davison.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

COURT OF REQUESTS.. Monday,. August. 11.. (Before Messrs. Smith and Darison.)' Tlie cases were muchifewer than usual, . there being but' five- in the whole; When we consider the amount of population, in the district of Wollongong^ between four and five thousand, and the large number ofVtrade'transaotions-that are daily taking jilace, in connection with.the faot that' this- is- a- monthly Court, this is a Dratifvinsr. prooff ofi the- well-to-do- condition of the residents.! Tbe following aro the cases,. which were all undefended. Thomas Kelly v-. T. Daly for £10. Mr. Iiogers appeared forT. Kelly,, hut as Daly had neglected to file a plea in accordance with the requirements of' tbe act, the defence, a purely technical olio;, was^not entertained.. William Lindsay v. Henry East, for £6 12s. Michael Casey v. W. Sloane, for £8 5s. James- Green v. R. Taj lor, for £4 12s. 6d. John Copas v-. Peter Condon, for £6. In each of the above cases there was- no appearance for the defence, and verdic...

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Local Intelligence. OUR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

?V. larfll Snttlligfiitt. OUR EX-PORTS. ?The exports for the week ending oh Saturday last from the port M', Wollongong,- by tha ' I'llawtaa' And ' Kiama' steamers, were £U follows;'— Per Hlawarra. PorKianja. Butter kegs' ... ... 147 ...... 04 Eprga — chm»' ... ... ... 1 ...... 6 — — sides... , ... .. ... 16 . 2 -X^atber — sides ... ... 75 ? ...... — ' Ilide .. ... ? 15 ? — ? Flour— bngs ... ... ? ... — .... 34 ? Poultry— coops ... ... 2 3 Uorsos ... ... ... ,... 12 ? 1 Cabbage-troe — bundles ... . . — ; - ? ' ? hands ... ..., ( ... — « i ? — ' Maize — bags ... . ... ... 5 ? 16 ~ , Pumpkins— bags ... ... - ... 2 ? — Pigs ... ... ,... ... ... /(14 ? 85 Leather— caso ... ... ... 1 ...... ' — . ???? - ? sidos... ... '...' 40 ? — IVheut— bags ? 71 , ? 33 Milk— gals. ? ' ... 145 ' ? — Calves ... ... -* ...'jS-1 ? ? 5 Ta low — casks ... ... ... 2 - ? — £- ranges — case ... 3. . ? — llainx — bugs ... ... -i 1 ? — ? - Barley— bugs ... ... ... — * ' ? 31 11 run — bii^s ... ? 1 . r — .. ,T0- ?...

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Sydney Correspondence. SYDNEY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

Iiiiintii Cnrwsiimikiiit, ' SYDNEY, AUGUST 15. Business is now tolerably b^isk here, the sales of merchandise by auction realising higher' prices^ 'than 'for some tirpe pi^st, but they are not yet up to the mark to secure much profit to the shippers. The arrival of the English mail of the 20th Slay (per Red Jacket) lias put merchants in possession of their longex pected letters, 011 the contents of which of course depend the charapter of forthcoming transactions. The rise of l^d. to 2d. per pound in the price of wopl in Lpndon, cannot fail to raise the spirits of the Australian squatters, and remunerate them for. the hhvoc made iu their Hocks, by scab', &c. Several land' sales took place in our auction marts yesterday. Messrs. Bowden and Threlkeld sold many allotments at Darling Point, Lane Coye, etc., at high prices, to the amount of nearly 5,000, House property has declined in value, and rents are consequently coming do.wn. If wp may judge by the space which tho debates oc...

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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

(To the Editor of the lllawarra Mercury.) Sir — It is right for you to know some of the transactions o* i our important district. Know, then, that tho quiet ot this quieB township is in a fair way to be disturbed by tho stormy dis cussions of its aspiring youth. On Thursday, the 17th July, wind and rain notwithstanding, some dozen or more settlers met by invitation at the school house to consider the propriety of forming a Literary and Debating Society. The embryo was conceived some days previously at the houso of the Rev. ilugh M'Kai), that gentleman having given a libt-ral invitation to his manse, wherein it is our wish that ho and his amiable wife may long live and amply enjoy the happiness which results from the fidelity of a faithful ministry, ami, wishing to turn the evening to some useful purpose, a conversation was introduced, and carried on with considerable animation, upon the intellectual status of the district ; which having been duly canvassed, it was determined that an...

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PARISH ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

PARISH ROAD. The Gazette, of Friday, the 8th instant, contains a notica of the intention of the Government to open a Parish Road from Monnb Brandon to Kiama. The plan and book of reference of the said road, are deposited at the Police Office, Kiama. Well grounded objections are to be transmitted to the Clerk of the li* voonf iuq M'ho fnlln\vin--- lira t.he names of the owners of gfound through which the road pass. James Brandon, William Gordon. Edward Spinks, Henry Fredericks, Thomas Black, John Gray, Edward Spinks, John Sproule, John Costello, Jamc3 and 'William M'llwrath,. George Gray,. William Vance,. Moses- King, John Colley, Macaffrey, James Black. In. the- case of Gray, Spinks, M'llwrath, Gray, Vance, Macaffrey and: James Black. The said road is only partially within their boundary. The Sydney Quarter Sessions will, commence its' sittings on Monday 'next, 25th instant.

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TO THE OWNERS OF THE "KIAMA" STREAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

TO THE OWNERS OF THE ' KIAMA 'V STEAMER. ' (Per favour* oi the lllawarra Mercury;) ,Gi!nti.kmen— A ld;ter-' having; ajxpeAredV'.ih. the,.' lllawarra ? Mercury of the 4th .instant, .-dated from Bulli, and signed' ' Vox I'opuli,' and I having ;been, .by several persons; maliciously : represented as the authqr .qf 'such' letter, in justice to myself, 1 ?feci hound to state that I; am not the writer of '?' V ox Populi,' and ,that I never saw such letter, nor heard anything thereof, previous to its publication in the Jf/crciiry of the Vbove date. ] am, gentlemen, a our obedient servant, * GEORGE SOMERVILLE, Sen. : Bulli, August 1?,- 1850.

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. On Thursday ihe 11th. Sieptember,.at the Crown- Land's Office, IMcton. CAMDEN. . Lob 1, 127a, Werombi-; 2, 183a. ditto; 3; 212a. ditto ;* 4j 74a. ditto; 5, 124a. ditto; 6,. ltffia. ditto ; 7, 77a. ditto ; 8; 184a. ? ditto ; 9, 97a. between Jordans Pass and Stringy B;irk,.ou the road from Wollongong to Appin : 10,'Hfla. ditto; 11, 68a. 2r. ditto; 1-2; 77a. ditto ; 13, 404. Stringy Bark-, 1*4, 102a. ditto; 15', 48a ,3r. ditto ; 16, 34a. 2r. ditto; 17, ? 82a. lr. ditto; 18, 106a; lr.. ditto; 19, 65a, ditto ; 20, 46a. 3r. ditto*;: 21, -42a. 3r. ditto 22,* 150a. lr. ditto ; 23, 172a. 3r. ditto; 24* 7M. 2r. ditto; 25, 47a; !? . Sr. ditto ; 26,- 69 a. ditto ; 27', 112ai ditto-;.- D6ed'Fee,£.i 5st- Up? sct price £ 1 per acre. , At the Crown Lands' Office, Shoalhaven^ Special COUNTRY' LOTS;. ST-: VINCENT. Lot 1, 19a. lr. Sassefras Range;. 2j 23ai 3; l'3a: lJr. 20p. ditto; 4, 12a. 15p. ditto'; f-j- liOi'ii 3r. 30p. ditto ; 6, 8at ditto ; 7. 13a. ditto ; 8,. l&a'...

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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

(To the Editor of the lllawarra Mercury.) Sir — Though greatly averse to entering upon newspaper con troversy, I feel constrained to take some notice of two letters which appeared in tlie lllawarra Mercury of last Monday, because there ia' matter in them at variance with- facts, and which uncontradicted might be prejudicial to the owners of the 'lllawarra.'' It ia not tho first time that it has-been attributed to the owners or this boat that they should' have been weak enotign to nave siip jK-sed that they had tho exclusive right to the trade of Wol longong ! than which, nothing can bo more ridiculous. But they do hold that there is an almost universal-usage among steam-boat proprietors, not to interfere with a trade originally established by another party,, provided' always that the requirements of the public are fully administered to. It is quite clear that the Kiama Steam Company adopted this view in. thoir own case, for the grievance with them throughout has been, that a. steame...

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(To the Editor of the. Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

(To the Editor of the. lllawarra Mercury.) Sir — Your correspondent, ' Vox Populi,' asks for information as to ?' What object the Kiama Steam Navigation Company has. in.-: view -in interfering with the Wollongong trade ? '' The following statement of facta may, probably, explain this matter to his satisfaction, and, at the same time, «how liim that the share holders are 'not actuated by 'that seifishness which,' he, says, 'is the indomitable incentive to hatred and neglect of our fellow , creature.;' They merely wish to 'live and let live.' .;. The Kiama Steam Navigation Company is composed of a body of shareholders, about 98 in number, nine-tenths of. whom are * resident settlers in the Kiama district. They, to secure for themselves the advantage of a constant communication by steam with Sydney, associated themselves together, and were thus . enabled to have the 'Kiama' built to their own order. When organising this company, it was distinctly stated, at the several . preliminary me...

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