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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
MISCELLANEOUS, ItOLLOw.T'S PILLS.-The Great Necd. -The blood is the life, and on its purity depends our health, if not our existence. These Pills thoroughly cleanse this vital fluid from all contaminations, and by that powcr strengthen and invigorate the whole system, healthily stimulate sluggish organs, repress over-excited action, and establish order ofcirculation and secretion through out every lpairt of the body. The balsamic nature of Holloway's Pills commncnd them to the favour of debilitated and nervous constitutions, wvhich they soon resuscitate. They dislodge all obstructions, both in the bowels and elsewhere, and are, on that account, much sought after for promoting regularity of action in.young fema:les and delicate persons, who are naturally weak, or who from some cause have become so. How To PxRESERn E VEGETrrLES. - A. correspondent of the Pastoral Times sends the fbllowing :-_Many people complain that it is a great drawback to comfortable living-while the hot and dry w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
THE "INDEPENDEN'T". GENERAL PRINTING : OFFICE,.IC E MAROIET S UARE, IAA iHE PROPRIETORS beg ;to, inforim the Public of Jaiuberoo, .e'rriilgolg, Shoal haven, &c., ,ke., tlult their Ollic01 is replete with every description bf the most modolrn PLAIN AND FANCY TrYs, 1Boomii, &o., Which enables theni to oxeocto Wdi] oik ? tyile equal to any other offica in tIl Colony, with the utmnst accuracy'm ad dspatchl :.:; Plain and Orinameatil Printing ,;inii e?vry ariety and style, includiling : Pamphlets... Lniw orms Catalogueis usoiios Osirclars Societies' Rul?'. .- v.-Labels'',i?: Reports' Po't 1Billheads : Haaiid?Bills:?,; Busineso s Cards P:':b issory Notes Leases Agrcnints . Tley hope, by modeiant chlrges eieatii ss and accurnacy in thel oxecution of. thelii' wok, with punctulality in completinig orderato se oure a shire of. public patroiiage. :::: ir tIn terms of: tld -proesnt postail arrang=c imoots, Printing '?n be:forwaided to oiany part of the, coloy': at amei crely nio...
FRANCE. THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON III. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
TIH CONSPIRACY: AGAINST THE, LIFE OF' NAPOIEON III'. Political interest.is now divided isi Paris betireden the ievival'of -Parlianiitntry -ip o-,o sitioii and the s alleged,plot 'aainlst6 thi-i:Ei. pmror'sr life.. aThe two, siubjects oapp?sesr at iist sighitto have littl:e in common ; and yet the -is. a genieral bhlief i ila nmystoerious' connectioi: between them. NTot tlha anyv party in T.riance could lie suspected of so. atrocious a design by the most ranucorous imperialist, or thet tho' present would be an opportuine inoment for its conception. The risk of assassination is one peculiar to sovereigns who are beyond constit.utional cheeks, and will always be in inverse pro portion to the liberty of speech and legis lative action. ]But a treasonable conspiracy is one tlhing; the report of a treasonable conspiracy is anotheri. The former is far less likely to be latched by tlhe sEmperor's own subjects now that, they feel their own power to control his policy; the latter is far more l...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Frovm the Herald' Corr'espondent.] Auckland, 2nd March. Sizcx mSy last no groat events have taken place at the seat of war. The only signs which the natives have made in the lInst week have been showing in some force near Kilti-Kihi, as our men advanced thither ; and sending a messenger with it flag of truce, to talk to General Cameron about terms of peace. This notable chief came with a white flag, and had ant interview\ with the General, asking terms of peace to be sent to' the native Ihutnaga assembled at Maungtlau tare, where Matvi and ttW. Thompson both were with tVhe Ki.ng. lie got little satis fiaetiont from Geerual Cameron, vwho handed himt tim terms agreed on ily Ministers aIn tohe IGovernor, anlld senit hiun away without letting him see any of the wounded or pri soners, which is supposed to have been his principal object in cominig, as the tertlis were well knuown to every native in New Zt,1ahlitd ntmonths ago. 'Tlhei arc to this elleet ; All nativ...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
FATAL ACCIDENT.-- Several accidents have occurred in this town and neighbour ing district during the lastsfew days; and of these, two have been ftidl. A. young woman nasicd Anne Dudgeon, the niece of Mr. ]Iugh Dudgeon, of Jamberee, had started on horseback in company with ia young man, her cousin, we believe, carly on 'lhursday mornin,. with the intention of going as fihr as Broughton Creek. On reaching Kiama, the travellers stopped for. sone purpose at Mi*. Fuller's store, and the y~oung man alighted, his eompanioun remain ing on horseback. The animal she rode was presently startled by some movement of the other one which was standing near her, and immediately started towards home, but only at at canter, and without exhibiting any signs of vice. The rider, however, who hid recently arrived: in'the colony, and was. unaceustomed .to the saddle, lost her balance,;or helier presence of mind, and fell fromnt the horse on the-off side, the uipper part of her body coinuig in contact withl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
Kiama Dispensary. J. EDFORD has on Sale, the follow * ing: Whitc clover seed Rled clover ditto Yellow ditto ditto Lucerne ditto ]rairie grass seed Italian rye-grass ditto Flower and garden seeds always on hand. J. 1. is a cash purchaser of new onion seed of the White Globe, or Brown Spanish varieties. Market Square, Kiama. SALES BY AUCTION. T,:THS: -DAIY (TUE.SDAY.) Prime Day Cows, &c. ON A COUNT OF IR. WILLIA M BI1311. solq.; tssellb acon, u the Steam Packet Hotel," THIS 1 UESDAY,) 0: p irime 1 co ,s Severer i h~crs and steers. These"are a?-very, uperior lot of young ceittle,:.ani ire to be?ld without any re sere, 0 oi ecount of i SW. Bibb, iho is nowain Queensland. No reserve.-Ter cash. THIS DAY (TUESDAY-. uselsold Funiture. Su erior Town Cow. SWALDRION his receivd .11 inst5 stotions ?o r sMr. Evils; who is leaving the strict, o sell by auction,, at the Steanm Pa cot I tc , On. TUE J, ?HIS' D.1.) The whole of his it o and other eflects, cosnsisting of Tribles, caff s Bedst...
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
uninteresting, onthis occasion, to say, a few words co icerning " nimoganatic''marriages,. a mnattit about ishichs a good deail of mis apprehension prevails.- M-organatic maiiri iages are o-f very old origin, so old, ir-fact, tiha the very meaning ,of' the word hasi beeli lost 'The ter?. is Coi'- monly plainedl as derited from tlih Gerilani word "s ioid - ?igai,?" a -mornidl'g gift;? ti:.l elucideitionr bing ?hat lie he hsbarud gave to his niiort ginuutic bliride a presont the; day after the nuptiils, instead of makingher thie Iartner of ihis.hole fortune ins se marriag'e itself. iBut this eopliauatido is evidintly soinew~ith fitr-fetched, beside, being qiuites devoid, of historiedl proof. Certain it is, tllit tihe worde:is of Lonibard groithl; idor_.lio ex pressioa ' matrimonia ad .legen is morgan atiuiram contracta" inatrimony contracted ad cordliig to morgauntieelatsis frequeutlynmui with in documents ofNorth Italian fiuilies; long, before it calse:iiito use inf Germimny. The thi...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
G. . .E-ENERS ALENDA. I. EL D.r---Dl and stoor caily pottoes, as" n .TJnuary. rotatoes may.be plalted early thils moith. ow :barley, turnips &e. (bee January.) 1lovgliofor wheat and. hay. Small kindbs of mtizr m?y still be sowi In'vell oorparod land. Collect and store seedr o of rghall anod tolhor oillbels. aut aOdhous tobaOo. -tColteotandstop cottono pods. raeAxnr?oo-Prepare wine-pesses &,c: as inb?ebruary. ,OlCallo .-Sýau as Inastomoiath; butt prune nndtlina norangotres.. - -
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 15. (Messrs. Robb, Colley, King, Hindmarsh, and Fry, on the Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
InAMA POLICE COURT. ToesDAY, i M itacr i1. SMessrs. :. obb, Cobey. KIng, Hindmarsh, a.'': :. nd: Fry,:. onu the 3oencih.) " . i 'iiomas Cos"g ove ws cliarged with liav ngi on the eveniung of Monday, the 7th: nstant; violently assaulted constable Clay Jotillie. -" ... ' * .'' .' , - . " . William Claylburne, aitconstable stationed at Shellhirbor, deposed that on- thdc .cen-. ng above. mnintioncd, about ten o'clock, li observed thiit tie lainp, which tlh acltri iiius every publicina to keep burning dtir ng the night withii 20. feet of the front loor, was not ligohte i deleiubndla's, Iouse. I["e went to thoe dor.Mimnd infbrmed Mr. Cosgroce, wno alipphred, of the neogleut vliicih le was guiity of. liho latter immne liitely began to employ tho i most abusivu anguagea towards the constable, and at tih same tiime struck hiini iolently with his list on the side bf the lhead. Hie thleii s;ized the witnless and before he could re Cover hiusell s\iftliciently to offer resistance, Ian hin. oil'...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
fRImDY next has been named as the day on whicllh Ir-. C.- Cowp?ai's measuie, known as the Miinicipalitis. Act Amerid mneit Bill, is.to beagatin obranght before the A'sseoibly. Ti'e. diseussin tof this Bill, which, we believe, passed through its second reading some moniths since thlat is to say, soon tftier the opening of the present session, was tn order- of the. day for last Friday. week. The business wasi: hlowver at ,i r. CowlmEt's desire, postponed"for.a fortiiiga t. t It is devoutly to bbe hoped by people situifted: as the dwellers in this distriot are, 'tht the.new ,,foltuiglit" wiill not list quite sol lig as formeri one did-weo allude to th 'post pponcmerit b f.tli saiic iieisurefer a simi lar poriodatthobeginniugotfJuly last. The question of. local. self-governmeit is, we. think, 'secondi in importance to" none, which, it present, srequires the attentidn of .thinking men - for we can hiardly. believe that the fireedom of our trade will. be again sdii6oisly .menaced; " We do...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
ROSTER vOR TOUFsAY, 221ouen -][arIss. U. Fry, T Chapmanl, MIarks, Mills,, aud Ullorlns. RIOSTR LOS FOTUSDOA, 20TII MonCIr.-MOSI IT..-t" Gray, Colley, ICondall, Molso and GOosn.
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
HOUSE MARIK.E'['. \Mr. C. ?artIy?roeports The horse IMarket t:ains unaltered, and the week's sales wore not brisk. Further advices from the Nei Zealand market are awaited, pending tho.arrival of whic?h buyers for that mark~et hivo" almost completely sus pondod buying. Tho following lots wero sold at Compcrdown sinco last roport:-A draft belonging to Mr. Bull, at. from £1 to £2; a draft of light stock bolougign to Mr. Michaol Foloy, at from £1 to, £G 10s ; a draft of very light colts and Fillies belonging toir. James Maguire, it an average' of about £10s; and three -other, small drafts; averaging iospecti vely £9 15s, £9, amnd £, 15s per heiod.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. ARREST OF THE NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER GARDINER. BRISBANE, Monday, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
'TELEGRAPHIC INTEIMlAGENCE. lerns sir ansa iss acv sAa~sna.) ARREST OF 'TIE NOTOlRIOUS 'BUSW. tAN'CEIR GARDINER. I ITitSaA?,E , Monday, 11 p.. '.The Queenslanil (s.), froim Rockhacinpton, airived hero:last evcr in, laving ben do tnined two dayshby loonis in thie Fitzroy. She birought.ns passengers, under strong es cort, the. notoriois buslhranger, Fran I G:irdiner, and the forgei, alkenlburg. The news of thliir arrival caused consider able excitement," and ai gbneral rush was made to obtaine a sight of 111e fianous highi waymial. Gardiner and i Mrs. Brown, of •Weddian Mountain notoriety, Ilave for some tihe, under the namie of dChristie, been in lartnership with a man. namsd Craig, and kept 'a small store on the road between Apis Creekl aiid tho'e LPeak Doirns Maines. Jfavring been recognised' by trooper Wells, information wasa given tb"lthe authorities at Rockhamapton, and detdcisa es M'Glotie, of the Sydany police,s and detective PJye, flar nished with wtarrants, ,proceeded'to the...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
TO COIRRESPONDENIS. Although we. have on one or two occasions, contrary'to oitr.rule, printed comnunnica tioois which were not authenticated by the niu and a?tddress' of the writer, when athoy app are4 contain notlhing ussnc ti?lly obJectioibblo, we now intimate, oi ico for all, ;tktj wo shall in no case do thi?for the flituro . Every thilig intended for. publication nlust be accomnpanied by thie real naioe andl address of tihe writer, thou.di~ th ese need not bu printc] if it be not othiish of correspondents. : We wish to arinouice allso-that no information will e' g'egi'Ras to thi authorship of anony :moiis c'omeninuiictioii or paiagrarnphs. -. ..The uimns of thoe lidepederit are,open to all td who cisidor theoinsolves aggiieved'; but iiiquirios iir'ompted bly imere'c riosity w-ill iot be satisf d
MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 March 1864
After soinoe preliminaiy business, the ?Hous went into comlumitteo of supply, and resumod;thl discussion of the estimate of £180,101: for the police;:. Mr. Liicas moved that a "lhunp sum" of £20,000 be struck off the estimate. SThis imuendment caused a' ong discis. sion, and was at length negatived by -l to 14.. Several similair amendments wero moveddnnd successively rejected. The original estimate was carried omrn divisioli of 18 to .? The next estimate whas £43,602 for gaols and. penal establislnnemits. After a short discussion, the Chairman was ordered to repore t pi'ogiress. Thie ]louse adjourned at ton minutes to' four till Friday following. :