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STONEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

STONEY CREEKv. (From, the Bathurst Free Press Correspondent ,) I have this moment seen Mr. Finch direct - from Stoney Creek, ?who states that thero are sonic doing well, but,a.great many doiii'1 little, or nothing — many arriving but more leaving. It is the .general opinion that the ground has not had a-fuir trial ; there .has been too much surfacing, nnd very little, deep-, sinking, .which ?would prove th« diggings. On this day. week there was a shocking murder at Stonev Creek. It appears,, that a young man arrived from Sydney with his wife, who was also very young, and they had nuarrelled during the day, as is- stated, through some well-grounded jealousy. After the woman retired to bed tho man took a knife, and! nearly severed' her head from her body ; she died instantly. He then attempted! to cut his own throat, and inflicted a gash in- the- windpipe,' b'ut not effectually. Dr. Curtis held an inquisition- over the; body of the deceased, and a verdict- of ' wilful' murder' against...

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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Mining News. THE ROCKY RIVER. SEVEN THOUSAXD POUNDS' WORTH OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 18 August 1856

Hilling. JGrua THE-.RO0KY RIVER. (From -the,:Maitland -Mercury, August 12/); Seven Thousand Pounds' Worth of Gold. . Our readers whodesire to feast their eyes on seven thousand pounds ?worth of the produce, of this district, contained in a small .compass, '?can do so by going to Messrs. D. Cohen and. Co.'s, High-street, ?where they'will see 2019 -ouncos of -Rocky lJiver gold displayed in tin dishes.. This -gold.is-as usual remarkably' fine- in grain, and is evidently mixed -with a good deal of' fine dust or. dirt. . It was brought- down- to Maitland on Sunday, in the mail,, by Mr. A. .J. Davis, and the greater, part would have reached Maitland the -previous Sunday- but tluit the guard of/the mail refused. ,to risk his life by allowing it to be carried — a strong, proof of the. pressing ^necessity for a gold escort from tlie Rocky. This lot was purchased for Messrs. D: Coheir and Co.- by one buyer alone, in the course of. .about four weeks, and would have been- transmitted weekly had...

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Select Poetry. SHE'S THE WIFE FOR ME. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Iflrrt |%fnj. SHE -S TUB WIFE FOR 3£E, She who thinks n iloblc lienrfc Better than a noble mein, . : . Honours virtue more than art, Though 't is less iu fashion scon, 'Whatsoe'er licr fortune be, She 's tho bride, tho wife for me. She who deems that inward graeo TiVir «nrnric«ixc nnf.warri ftliow. She who values less the faco Than thist charm the soul can throw, ' ? 'Whatsoe'er her fortune bo, She 's the bride, the wife for ui'. Sho who knows the heart requires Something more than lips of dew, ' That when Lovo's reposo expires; v. ' Love itself dies with it too, ?; ? ? Whatsoe'er her fortune be, She 's the bride, the wife for me.} CupiIj.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

. ' SYDNEY MARKETS. . . PRICES OF FLOUR: - ; , The supply, of. wheat from tho interior has -been .'.much better- during the past 'week than for some lime previously ; - and several shipments liavo also come to hand from the neighbouring colonios. A slight decline -has taken ?place!in 'price ; nothing more than lis. is now-given for.good samples. Flour is steady at 801. for line, and 2S1,; for sccond quality, per ton of 2000-lbs; Brau remains at last quotations.- , , , ? . Messrs. Barker and Co', report that a moderate. supply o' wheat, has.coine to hiind durfng the week, which sold at from 10?t-to lis. .par bushel. ; Flour „ls'6d...to.-lSi-9d. per bushel. ? .*£?. - . r i j : : : POULTRY. AND D-AIRT-, PRODUCE. L .Fowls 4s. to 5s.i ducks 7s to ,0s.,geo»c 12s. to 14s., pitreons 2?., wild , ducks ? Os^ to .8s. 6d.', teal 4s. per couple ;; roasting pigs Gs, to 8s. each, butter' 16. 3d. to Is; 6d., cheese- 7li. to ? 8il., bacon and- hams .7d.-to-Sd;, lard 5d. to Cd. per ' .-lb., eggs ls.;...

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COUNTRY WAGES WITH RVTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

a vf. . COUNTRY WAGES WITH ''KVTIONS; ? : i - .:! . Ploughmen ... .. ;..?? 35: .0 . 0 - 40 0 . 0 ? Bushmen ... ... ...? 35 0 0 45 0 0 ? Farm labourers ? ; ;..... .30 .0 0 io 35 0 0 ? - German ditto (scarcc) ? ...'-a0 0 0 35 0 0. - .i : . Bullock drivers ? . i. , ... - 40 ,0-- 50 0 0 English shepherds ? ... ... 28- 0 0 . 30 0 0 Ditto, and to watch ? ? ... , 30 0 0 ? 3!-- 0 0 Milkmen ... ?? ..;' 35 0 0 - 10 0 0 . Stockmen ? ...' .'.. .35 .0 .0 45 .0 0 llu'.kecpcrs ... ... . 20' 0, ,0-. 25 ,0 0 Married couples ... . : ? . ... , .50 ? 0 , 0 . 60 0 0 German ditto... ... . 40 . 0 . 0 . 50 0 0 -. Shearers, per score ... ...- ? 0 -3. 6 ?, 0 4 0 ? . Brickmakers, per 1000 . ...; 1-.15 . 9. ? ,2 ? 0 . 0 / German and Italian shepherds . , 2S . 0 - 0 , 20 0 0 . .. GardeneTS, per week, found ... - 1 0 0. 15 0 Garden, labourers, ditto, ditto ... . 0 15 0- 1. 0 0: ?-' , Rough carpenters; per .week ... .1 0-:. 0 . 1-10. 0 . ? ? : ' , Sawyers, per 100. not found . ... i . 0 ,14 0 ? , ? 0 .10 . 0 .? B...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ 0'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

' Sl'D^EY 3IAIIKET5. . . . .. . .- - h . - Saturday Kvenin-o, 4 y- o'Ciock. - - - - _ „ - x s. u, x, s u. Piourj fine -SO'-'O. 0 to 30 0-0 ? Ditto, 2nd, ditto ? 28 0 0 28 0 0 Wheat : ..V ... 0 19 0 0 10 6 Bran ... ? ... 0 1 G 0 19 Maize . ... ? r..; ' ;.. 0 3 3 0 3 6 Bailey ... ' ... - ... 0 3 6 0 4 0 Oats ... ? t 0 8 0 0 3 6 Potatoes ... ...' ... ..:.0 i 0 ,0 5 0 Onions .... ; ' 0 20 0 0 25 0 . Butter ? ? 0 1 6 0 16 Lard ... ... ... 0 D 6 . 3 0 7 Bacon ... . ...i : . ? ... . 0 .0 7 0 ,0.- 9. Chee-ia ... ...''...' 0 0 7 0 0 8 Eggs, per dozen -01 0' 0 -0 0- v - Powls per pair ? i!. .,.; :. 0 ? 4. . 0 ? n./.O 4.0 . .. Ducks ditto 0 . 5 : 0 -. ; 0 7 0 Turkeys, ditto .... ? .0 10 O 0 16. O. Geese, ditto ... ? ... V :w 0:10i 0 ?? . 0 12 ?-? O'' Pigs ... ... ... 0 20 0 0.50 0 C'alvos ... ? j ^ - OdO . .0 ? , i - 0 30 . 0;t ' , Cabbage-tree per 100 hand's... 0 10 0 ?; 0 10 0' . .. The market this week has been brisk, and a.l land, of Col6n-ial Produco has ?sold readily at the advanced, pri...

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR: SAiuaDAx Jarxmse,^ o'Oioosi it- s. u. x s. u Wheat, per bushel (dull) ; ... 0 :10' 0- to 0 10 6 Maize, ... ... 0 3 8 0 3 4 Plour, 1st quality, per ton- ... 30 0 0 80 0 0 : Ditto, 2nd, ditto, — . ...,' 28 0 0 28- 0 0' . 'Bran ... ... .... ... 0 1 6 0 19 Hay, oaten, per ton ... ... . 0 0 0 6 ,0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... 5 0 0 5 0 0 Straw...- ... ? ? 3 0 0 ?- 3 0 0 Potatoe-, per ton ... .., .. 3 0 0- . 4 .0- 0 ?? Butter, 1st qual. ... . . 0-.1 . 9. 0.1.9 Ditto second quality ... . . 0'- 1 G 016 Ditto, salt andinferior . -;.0;..1': ? 0 ? 0 1 0 Cheese per lb ? ..» . ? ? 0-. 0 6 . , 0.0, 8 Bacon it prime. . - ... - 0- 0 8 0 - 0 9 Eggs, per dozen. ' 0 ,1 0 010 Powls, per pair ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 Ducks... ? - 0 5 0 0 b 0 Turkeys ... - 0-32 0 0 15 0 Geese ... ? ...- 0 12 0 - . 0 12 0 Pigs ... --.ii ? ... scarce Calves... -? 0 30 0- 0 20 0 , ? WILLIAM Sl'EER, ? ? Ajjiut, Commercial Wharf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Clearitg Lease.— Brnsh Laud. TTPO LET, on Clearing Lease, 8 3a. 1 r. 20p , of fine level well1 iL ? watered ?UruahLand, near the American Creek. Tho above can 'too divided into two farms of 42a., each. It is of «a-y access, and ubout 5 miles from Wollongong. Apply to MR.' OWEN, Solicitor, 953 Wollongong. To Let. 4 AAA ACRES of the richest description of Brush Land jUl'U to be let on improving leases, situated in the dis trio is of Kiama, Jamboroo, Wollongong, and Bulli. For particulars apply to ' HENRY OSBORNE, .'59-3 Marshall Mount. mO BE LET CN LEASE, 48a. 2r. 20p. of rich brush land a» i. .West Dapto, about 24 acres (more or less) of which is cleared ;? there i3 an abundant supply of water in the driest season. Also, several small farms situated at Charcoal Creek, tobe let ?,?4)11 improving leases, i'or further particulars apply to .-DAVID JAMES, .?433 Berkeley, To Let, FOR ONE -OR FIVE YEARS. THE HOUSE AT KIAMA recently occupiedby Messrs. Becl; and Graham, as a general store.. ....

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

ITALY. ' In a letter from Parma to the Universale of Milan, it is stated that on the 20th of April, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, a public functionary of high rank had been threatened with death by two unknown well-dressed individuals, not far from his own dwelling, His safety Was entirely owing to the accidental arrival of three per sons, when the two unknown individuals took to flight. Measure^ of pqlice still in°re vigorous have [been adopted.

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Cttnuitfrrinl. Sitblitgrart SYD2JEY MARKETS - Saturday Evening, 4K o'Clook. £ b. d. jE s. d. Flour ,... ... ... 27 0 0 to 28 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ... ... 0 9 0 0 10 6 : Haize ;. .... 0 3 ,3 0 3 4' Oats (Scotch) ... ... . ... . ,0 5 0 0 5 0 Barley (nominal) ... . ? 0 .3 0 0 4 0 Potatoes (per ton)- - - ??? ...? 3- 0 0 4 0 0' Onions (in demand) .... .... 0 12. 0 0 13 0 Ilay, per ton (oaten) ? 8 . 0 0 9 0 0 Lucerne ... .... . .... 5 10 0 6 0 0 Bark (scarce) ...... 8 0- 0 9 0 0; Pigs, ... .. ... 0 0 0 0 0 7 Calves... ? .... 0 IS. 0- 150 Powls, per pair . ... . . : ..0-4 0 0 4 0 Ducks ....' ... 0 7 0- 0 8 0- Geese... .... ?... ,, .;. 0-8 0. 0 10 0 Turkeys .... .... , ... 0 12 0 0 16 0 Butter, 1st quality (scarce) ? ... 0 19 0 19 Ditto, inferior ... ? .;. ; ... 01 4^ 1 0 Gheese (colonial) i , ... .... 0 0 6 0 0 7.' Eggs, per dozen- (plentiful),. . .... 0-10 0 11 Lard ... ... .... .... 0 0 6 0 0 7 Hams .;. ... .... o 0 10 010' Bacon if prime ... 0- 0 8- 0 0 9 Cabbage-trce, per 100-hands ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Religious Endowments, . .--... ; 'OUBLIG MEETING, ' TUESDAY FIRST, .(To-morrow) at jL- half-past Six, p.m., , D. L. WAUGH, Esq.,vJ.P., in the .Chair. ? AH who desire to- see the -present' anti:Ch'ris'tian system - of Endowments brought to an end, .are* hereby invited to iatteud on the occasion-.- r ' ? By order of the Committee,:. 349 - GEORGE MACKIE, Convener. . , - WoUongorig Annual'Ilapes.' , Ay MEETING- - of the Committe : will take place at MR. 11 E LLi yrt'S - FAMILY HOTEL,. WOliLONGONG, on THURSDAY next, .at one o'clock i\M.,;tomake. arrangements for ilie ensuiugRaces to come off. on 28th, 29ih, and .30th October. GEO, WM.. BROWN,. 952' Secretary- and Treasurer. The Illawarra Peace Ball. d7\ ENTLEMEN favourable to the above are- invited ]to attend the- meeting ? to- be held . at' the BRIGHTON HOTEL,. 'WOLLONGONG, on THURSDAY next; the 28llv.instant, at 11 o'clock : iii the forenoon1; : that a Committee may be- formed Stewards appointed and other.arrangements made for-the cele...

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SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

SARDINIA. Count Cavour arrived in Tourin on the 29tli April, ana went immediately to pay his respects to his Majesty the King, who had come from Polenzo on purpose. The reception M. de Cavour met with from his Majesty was most cordial. The King embraced him, and, with his own hands, placed the collar of the Annunziada round his vmrL' t the hirrhttsfc honour which Sardinian king's have ill -* ~ 5 TO ? ? ? T ' ? -, ? -J,-.-- y ; LtV . i their pqssession to bestow, An address has been signed by the great majority of Sici lian and Neapolitan refugees ill Turin and Genoa, thank ing Cqiint Cavour for his efforts in favour of their country while at the congress of Paris. It is a fact worthy of remark that many who have signed phe address are perr sons of republican opinions, formerly far from being admirers of either piedmontese institutions or Piedmontese government, which, in itself, is a proof ofthe services ren dered by C.qunt Cavour to the cause of order, by thus qbliging the enemies ...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Ijlijtpg Sirtelligtitrt SYDNEY SHIPPING. arrivals.. ? ? :A'ugust 16. — Thane of Fife, schooner, 130 tons, Mackinnon, .from .-Mel— Bourne 10th instant. Janet, .brig, 111 tons, Ilowull, from llelbqurnc 11th iiistaut. : ? ? August 17.— WaraiK (s.), 300 tons, Knight, from Wide Hay 14th instant; Shamrook . (s.), 200 tons, Warner; from Moretou B--y the 14th iuslarit., A ustralian, barque, 212 tons, Williams, from- South Seas. Telegraph (s.), TM tons, Gilmore, from Helbourno 15th instant. _ August IS. — Tasmania (s.),300 tons, Clinch, fiom ITobart Town the 14th instant. Ariel, schooner, 104 tons, M'Leoil, from Tougabatoo July 7.. 31. A. Jones, brig, 200 tons, Green, froia the I'eejee Islands July. li. August 19.— Sporting Lass, brig, 183 tons, Cellum, from Holoanga (N.Z.), 27th Ju'y. Sophia, schooner, 1'2'J tons, Haywarcl, from Tahiti 21st June. August 21 — schooner, 126 tous, Walsh, troin AieLbL.ur.ie l/tn instant. Wanderer, brig, 1S9 tons, ltozea, .from Melbourne 17th instant. Uermondsey...

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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

? : (To- the. Editor of the Illawarra Mercury :)\ ? S™. — Pol-wit. mo .f.lifi fiivnnr— Mu-niiy1vtlia-fi:pn-nnl nnins.. nf^ynnrJ ~ jouruul, .to express my sorrow and regret for the resignation ofour jiiost worthy and efficient acting .district constable, : Mr. . I?. M'Crohan-. ' As a resident of the district, I : li&ve much need to regret-the resignation, of so highly efficient, .and .so universally, esteemed an officer... ' *' ' ? ? . ? 1 Ijam Sir, yours, : ; A DAPTO SETTLER;

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. S g a man \yATEit at MOSTn. \ /DAT.-. - 2- £ WOLLONGONO. . v»^'. g & . 1 ® ? ? ? ? at n ?? . ' is c ''.. 1' ? ? » MORN. EVEN. n. m. n. m. n. u. n. m. August 25 M.. 6 . 2-T 5 . 3G -24 4.25 4 . 53 '''-?« 26 T.. 6 . 26 5 .37 25 5 .41 6 . 11 » 27 W.. 6 . 25 5 . 38 26 6 .42 7 . 8 ,» 28 T.. 6 . 24 5 . 39 27 7 . 34 7 . 54 i, 29 E .. .6 . 23 5 .39 28 8 .15 8. 27 i- 30 S. .. .6. 21 5 . 40 — 8 .39 .8 . 51 „ 31 Sun. 6 . 20 5 . 41 1 9 . 4 9 . 23 : . ? ?? ' ?-« HE A SUKES, NOT ? MBNi» MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1856. ' ?

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Thursday. , .The whole of the business on the paper, namely :? Constitution Aot Amendment Bill, second reading; Common Law Proceedings Bill, second reading ; Crown Land Sales Bill,, second reading;— was, withithe permission of the House, postponed until that day week. : RESIGNATION OF THE. MINISTRY. .Mr. Donaldson said : As announced on a previous occasion, it was the intention of the Government to have brought down to tho House to-night the Estimates- of Expenditure for 185£i,.and the Estimates of ways and means, and probable expenditure for .1857 . (.which are printed), together with a- Message from his Excellency the Governor General, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution Act. It was, moreover, the intention of the Secretary for finance and trade, to have made his financial statement; but the position in which the members of the Government have found themselves — more especially from the divisions of the last week, and- particularly from the division of: last nigh...

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THE PREMIER'S RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

THE PREMIER'S RETREAT.. ' But, a brief period has elapsed since wo had to announce the i' Premier'3 Victory ', vet wo have now to chronicle his retreat. It' is not with feelings of exultation that wo do so. Our asser tions a8 to their incapacity anil inexperience of the Ministry have ?been fully verified by the nature of the measures they have ?proposed. Their many omissions have contributed to their fall more than tho character of the measures they actually submitted to the House. They assign two reasons for taking this sudden step : A weak nnd uncertain support from those thev anticipated would befriend them, and an opposition — which they designate as factious and -vindictive — from those who were, on principle, opposed to their .policy so far as it was propounded. As regards the first ground of complaint, we can only say that .Ihoy had no right to .calculate on tho constant support of the .occupants of tho cross .benches in the chamber. Theso gentle men have declared from ,tho ....

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

i-'~ -. Wednesday. I , In: answer to a question from Mr. Parkes, the Colonial Secretary Bividv the oflica of Government Resident at Port Curtis would be abblish'ed, and the recommendations of the late Legislative Council would be carried out in every particular. In answer to a question from Mr.'l'luukett, it was stated not to be the intention of the Government to take any immediate steps to construct a road from Goulburn to Tuena, or crect a bridge over the Wolloudilly. ° ? In answer to a question from Mr. Weekes, it was stated that the sums voted by the late Legislature for the erection of a Court ? i 'i ? j. i. - ? . ,, , iiuuao »u Iicao iiiuiuiiuiu uuu iuurjfoi-ll Its JicCul Voiy, WOUIU Ue Bapplemented, in tho former case by £200 and in the latter by £300, and that tenders for the erection of those buildings had teen invited. In answer to a question from Mr. Jones*, it was stated that the second reading of tlie Constitution Act Amendment Bill and the Crown Lands Sale Bill, set do...

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TWO DAYS LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

TWO DAYS' LATER ENGLISH NEWS. ? ? T ho Heather Bell,' with news to tho 22nd of May, had aj-iived lit Ilobart Towiii.. There is no news of importanco. Hereunder is * brief summary of tho principal items : — ' TI-IE NEW/GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. Tlie Times of May 21st says Sir Henry Darkly is to ho the ?v.#®* Governor of Victorii).. After, having , passed sevoii years in *iiS :-Tc« J nines, ana conducted tfjaGovernmciitof two important' .colonies with eminent ^success at a critical. . period, ho will almost immediately return to England and receive his appointment to the .charge of tho new and wealthy. s.oeje;y- which has' latelv sprung jnto oxist.en.cp on tho shores of Australia. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 August 1856

Tho Wollongong', Kiama, and Shoalhaven Steam Navigation. Company. T)EG to inform residents in tliese districts, tha^ 8 - tliey have established a communication between tho above ports and SYDNEY, by means of theiiv ► - swift Steam Packets 'ILLAWARRA' AND 'VICTORIA.' ' THE- ILLAWARRA,' From SYDNEY, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MORNING, at 9 o'clock; starting, from KIAMA, at 11 a.m.,. and WOLLONGONG, at 3 p.m.. preoisehyevery- MONDAY and. I THURSDAY. 'THE VICTORIA, '? From SYDNEY overv MONDAY and THURSDAY NIGHT, at' 11 o'clock for WOLLONGONG, KIAMA, and SHOALHAVEN,. starting from SHOALHAVEN every WEDNESDAY and. 4ATURDAY morning, at 9. o'clock,, calling at KIAMA and-. WOLLONGONG.. The Fares and Freights by these STEAM PACKETS will be charged at the lowest rate on all . occasionsj and every atteutiou shall be paid to the comfort and convenience of their supporters.. The 'NORA CRElNA'1 will be in a position to resume her trips in about a fortnight, being fitted with new Boilers, ami havi...

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