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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Sydney Optiulmic Institution. — We beg to call the attentions of the residents in this district to .this institution;. By its estab lishment, those biifkiing fioni diseases of the eye, have' the oppor tunity of being cuied, by tientment acoording to the mnsb scientific rule3 of medical art. The high patronago under which tho Optlialmic Institution bus originated, and the high diameter of tho medical men connnccted with it, bhows Uow fco ufcelul nr\ object is appreciated. '

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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Original Poetry. ON A YOUNG GIRL BORN BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

dDrrgitml '|Mnj, . : ON A.YOUXG GIRL BORN BLIND. 2 f this delicious grateful flower, 'Which blows but for a little hour, ... Should unto the sight so lovely bo ' As, from its fragrance, it seems to be, ' A sigh must then its colour show . \ (For that 's the softest joy I know) ; And sure the rose is like a sigh, Born just to sooth ami then, to die. ' My Father, when our fortune smiled, , 'With jbwels docked liis eyeless child. 'l'heir glittering worth the world might seej But, ah ! they had no charms for me. . , ' A trickling tear bedewB iny arm, ? ... . I foel.it, and my heart is warm; , And surely the gem to me most dear, .... . ??? Is an. abscat father's pitying tear. .'.]?.' , yilawarra, 1856. ? .JA^E ? Iu

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THE CULTIVATION OF RHUBARB. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

THE CULTIVATION OF RHUBARB. The following interesting- and instructive paper, on the. above-, named subject, was read by Mr. Jos. Graham, at the. monthly meeting of the Horticultural Improvement Society, of New, South Wales, held in the Royal Hotel, Sydney, 00 Tneday J^Su .7''-'- lhe cultivation of rhubanris too well known among gardeners to. require any comment from me ; still j am, surprised that it is so scarce a commodity in our- markets especially in a green state. Yet how thankful the people are tq have other means of being supplied, although at great expense, as. may be learned by the largo imports received into tins and the adjacent colonies in a preserved state, when no vegetable is so. easily cultivated, and, I belieye, none more, readily, accelerated pf forced than the rhu barb. Rhub.arb, botanical, Rheum, a genus of hardy exotic toprooted medicinal and culinary plants of the Polygonnm family. Ab.out fifteen species have been introduced into Britain from Asia, Austria, Bu...

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Agriculture. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

.' v' ' ' Sgriritlturt ?'?? :? AGRICUTULBAIj CHEMISTRY. KO. I. (Ok the Nature and Objects of Giiemicaii Inquiry.). Amongst the Natural Sciences, Chemistry I10IJ3 foremost rank ; ? jiot only on account of the interest and importance of the pheno ? mena it investigates, but also of the intimate relation that exists between it and the varied arts and appliances of civilised life. .Indeed, there is scarcely any department of art or manufacture which it has not enriched by its discoveries : giving rise to new and 'economical processes; introducing fresh, materials, for exer cising the ingenuity of man ; and giving value and importance to eubstiinces which hefore were considered worse than useless uhemistry is a science purely experim.en.nn. ah its lacts.ana deductions are the result of thousands of experiments carefully made and verified in every possible way. It is based on the firm foundation of truth. Its leading principles, therefore, admit neither pf cavil nor disprovaj. It possesse...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

' WEEKLY CALENDAR. « g O JIIGII WATER AT KONTB. DAT, & ' I'm WOLLONGONQ. g go ? -r — — — , .a MORN. EVKN. U. M. n. M. n. U. H. M. Sept. 8 II.. 6 . 10 5 . 47 8 2.29 .3 . 5 ,,9 T.. 6. 8 5 .47 9 ,3.4.5 4.25 „ 10 W.; 6 . 7 5 . 48 10 5.1 5 . 38 „ 11 T .. 6 . 5 5 .49 11 6 . 10 6 . 43 „ 12 F .. 6 . 4 5 .49 12 7.8 7 . 34 . „ 13 S ? 6. 2 5 .49 13 7.54 .8 . 15 „ 14 Sun. ? ; 1 5 . SO 14 8.32 '8. 49 ? ? . . Bjt Jllatem fta^. 'MEASURES, NOT- MEX.' '* ' ' '. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8^ 185^' '. :, ',

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SUGGESTIONS FOR AGRICULTURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

SUGGESTIONS FOR AGRICULTURISTS. . (From the ArausA We.have been favored by Messrs. Fisher and Ricards with two , numbers of the American Farmer, which contain a large quantity, pf useful information. We may here mention that these gentle men are shortly expecting an arrival of a number of the most ap proved agricultural machines from America, and with them a, skilled artisan, who understands such machinery, for the purpose of. havina1 them properly, fitted- up, and put in good working order. We find in nearly every page of : the American Farmer strong eorrpboration of the views we have from time to time ex- . pressed as to the measures required to be adopted in this colony for the advancement of the agrio ' d interest, and we stifi adhere to the hope that the new ^ituro will not be indif ferent to the importance of the sul/jt Our limited space con-, fines, us at present to a few extracts, We first direct attention to , the following introductory remarks, respecting the . MARYLAND AG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Wollongoug Annual Eaces. A MEETING of the Committee will be held at Mr. E. M'Cauleys Hotel, Wollongong, on THURSDAY next, afc 1 o'clock p.m. GEO. WM. BROWN, 934 Secretary and Treasurer. Illarwarra Agricultural Society, A MEETING of Members wiil taVo place at the ILLA WARRA HOTEL, DAPTO, on TUESDAY, the 23nl SEPTEMBER NEXT, at one o'clock p.m., for the purpose, ot electing Officers for the ensuing year, revising prize list and rules, appointing time and place for the THIRTEENTH ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW, and to transact such other business as may.be brought before, the Meeting, . . '? GEO. TO. BROWN, 962 Honorary Secretary. ' ?. ....'..: Kiama. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held on THURSDAY, the nth instant, at Mr. HUKINS', FOURrlN-HAND. HOTEL, at one o'olock, p.m., to consider the Hon. the Colonial Secretary1!} reply to the petition, relative to a grant from Government for the. formation of a Pier or Breakwater at Kiama Harbour. Tho Hon. Members for Enst Camden are expected to atte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Married, By special license, on Thursday, the 4th instant, at the country residence of the bride's mother, Sea View Farm, Illawarra, by the Rev. SaniJierWilkinson, William, third son of. Mr. 'George Somer ville, Unlli, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mrs. Stoney, George-* street South, Sydney, ? '

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

ijitjptg Sttfellipte. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. August 30.— Shamrock (n.), 200 Ions, AVarner, from Moroton Hay 28tb instant. Wamtah (s.), 300 tons, Knight, from Wide Bay 28th instant. August 31.— Wonga Wonga (s.), 700 tons, Gilmore, from Melbourne 28th ult. Monarch, barque, 380 tons, Welsh, from Melbourne 22nd ult. Osprey, pcbooner, 180 tons, Bowles, from South sea Islands. St. Ann, ship, 435 ton?, Gillette, from Puget Sound July 1.. September 1.— II. M. S. Electra, 18guns, Morris, from Melbourno 2.1th ultimo. City of Sydney, schooner, 106 tons, Henderson, from Melbourne 2lBt ultimo. Maria Sonjes, barque, 600 tons, Coleman, fiom London 22nd September 2. — Margaret, Bchooner, 33 tons, Dickson, from Kolson 12th, August. Emma, brig, 139 tons, Brown, from Adelaide 19th ultimo. Albion, brig, 138 tous, Souter, from Launccston 23rd ultimo. September 3.— Nimrod, barqye, 450 tons, Whiting from Manila 27th May. Victoria Packet, barque. 199 tons, Gifford, from Melbourne 27th instant. Brillian...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. HORSE MARKET Jfessrs. Watt Henderson and Pearson report the hOrso market has been supplied with a fair average of horses, amongst which havo been some very c?ood gig and saddle horses which have been sold above the upset prices. A demand still continues for first class well broken gig and Raddle horses, a good many orders still remaining on hand iucomplet). A lrrge numlwr of poor stock hiive arrived during the week for which sales could scarcely be effected at very low figures ; veil conditioned horses meet witn ready sale owing to the demand bring so far in excess of the supply. Our prices for the week have been for first class gig and carriage horses, 351. to G01. ; medium ditto f.om 201. to 301.; first class draft horses. 351. to 501. ; medium ditto 131 to 301.: first class hackneys 251 to 451. 10s. ; medium ditto and ordinary stock 51. to 201,

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Saturday Evening, 4\6 o'Clo'ck. Wheat, per bushel (dull) ,. ... 0 8 0 , to 0 9 0 Maize, ... ... — — 0 o 0 O o 4 Flour, lst'quality, per ton ... 28 0 0 28 0 0 Ditto, 2nd, ditto, ... - 26 0 0 £6 0 0 Bran ... ... ? 0 16 0 19 ?Hay, oaten, per ton ? 6 0 0,600 . 'Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... ??? 5 5 0 5 ,- O Straw... ? ?'?' 3 O''O 3 0 0 , Potatoes, per ton (dull) ... 2 0 0 2 10 0 Butter, 1st qu,U. (dull) ? 0 2 0 0-20, Ditto second quality ... — 0 1 6, 01 9 Ditto, salt and inferior... ?? 0 10 not saleable ' Cheese per lb. ... ? ...' - - ,0 O'O ;0 0 8 Bacon if prime ? 0 0 6 -,/ 0 0.8 Eggs, per dozen ... ... , 0 0 10 0 10 Fowlsfper pair ? , 0 3' 6 ? 0 4 0 Puck?... ... ' ? ..?' 0 4 0 0 5 -6 Turucys ? .'. .0 12 0 0 18 0 Geeso... ... «'? 0 10 0 0 lfi 0 T\as :.. ... ??? very dull CUves... ? 0 10 0 0 20 0 - WILLIAM SPEER, Agent, Commercial Wharf.

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY Evening, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Cnmntmwi Stifeiltgnttt SYDNEY MARKETS ? ? Saturday Evening, 414 o'Ci.ocr £ s. d. £ s. d. ?Flour - - 2? 9 ° io2S ° ° ? ? Wheat, perbushol (dull) ... 00 0 0 96 Maize (in demand) ? 0 3 0 ° V j* Oats (Scotch) ? 0 5 0 0 5 6 Ba-ley (English) ? 0 3 6 0 4 0 Potatoes (per ton) ? 3 10 0 4 10 0 Onions (scarce) ...... 0 15 0 10 0 Hay, per ton (oaten) ... . ? 8 0 0 0 0 0 Lucerne ? 5 2 2 q n n Bark (in demand) ? 8 0 0 9 0 0 Punctuating) .. ... 0^6 0 0 , . ^wls-perpair . .. ;;; 0 4 0 0 4 5 Geese '' ' '?'??' 0 8 0 0 10 0 Turkeys - — 0 J2 0 ? 0 16 0 ButterYlstquaiity(dull) ... 0 2 0 0 2 0 Ditto, inferior ? .... ,.0 1 6 , , 0 1 9 Cheese (colonial) ' ... ... Jo « l O ' ? t Eggs, per dozen _ ... ;; ? '; 0,1 0 0 1 0^ nJJSg' ?' ? oio o oio Bacon if prime ... ' .'. ' 0 0 * 8 . 0 O 9 , _ Cabbage-trecperlOOhands^^^OlO^^^^^O Commission Agents, 23, King-street , West..

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COURT OF REQUESTS. MONDAY, SEPT. 1. (Before Messrs. Smith, Fairs, and Gordon, and at a subsequent period, Mr. Jenkins.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

..-. COURT OF REQUESTS.. ..,-.?: '?,','. .???? ?;'????; . ? v Monday, Sept. 1. ^-fB^'fore-'Messrs.'SmithV'Fairs,' and Gordon, and at a subsequent ;.';?: ??;'?/'' ????;?? ?. period,. Mr. Jenkins.} ? ? ' ''Daniel White v. Sarah Bainbrigge, for ? . No appearance ?.?'for' the defence, and verdict for the plaintiff. ? Bright and Davis v.'W. Esther, for £3 17s. 7&1.'. There being 'lip;, appearance for the defence, a verdict was given for the 'plaintiff's. TT . John Musgrave v. Mrs. House, for £3 13s. Gd. Mrs. House being unacquainted with the rules of Court, had failed to file a plea, but the bench waived the point. She stated she had no knowledge of the claim having been contracted during her late iiusbiind s lite. Mr. iMiisgraro saiu id wus uuu»o unw jraio u«c, but he had written to her about twelve months ago,_ and she had '.promised to pay it, and recently her son had promised also. On those grounds their worships gave a verdict for £2 2s. John Musgrave v. John Wit, for £2 5s....

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, SEPTEMBER 1. (Before Messrs. Smith and Gordon.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

? '' ??' V ' COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ?', , ''' . Monday, September 1. fTtafnro Messrs. Smith and Gordon. ) . James Taylor was brought out of the watchhouse, on the charge 6f drunkenness. Constable Saunders stated that on Sunday after noon be was called upon hy Mr. Smith, the employer of Taylor, to take him into custody, but he being on Mr. Smith's premises he could not comply, but afterwards being found in the street he was arrested. Mr. 'Hildebrand stated that he had known him fov some years up the country, but never knew anything to his prejudice. He was discharged with an admonition. It. Watt, ft tiCKet-Oi-ieave iiomer, was tiiiargeu wuii u smuiku cfFence to the above. He had been found lying on the ground the f-revioHS evening; and when the constable enquired of him what le was doing there, he said he had no place to stop at. The con stable then accompanied him to two places, but they refused to receive him because he was drunk ; he then lodged him in. the ?watchhouse. Fine 5s....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Tlie Wollongong1, Kiama, and Shoalhaven Steam Navigation Company. fci0P T-^spECTFULLY inform the residents in these -&$f&fi if' '^ districts, that until their arrange-nents are per ^SskSsskL nianenlly completed, their Steam Packets will con' — -frS^SSta.'1 tinue to run as follows : — FROM' SYDNEY, On MONDAY and THURSDAY night at 11 o'clock, for WOL LONGONG, KIAMA and SIIOALHAVEN. And on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY morning at 9 o'clock, FOR WOLLONGONG AND KIAMA. FROM SHOALHAVEN Evcrr WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 9 a.m., calling at XIAMA and WOLLONGONG.. FROM KIAMA, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUR DAY* at noon, calling at W0LL0NG0NG. Which latter port their steamers will leave at 3 o'clock, 3-unclttally, with a view of tbeir certain arrival in Sydney at an early hour. All Freights will be taken at the very lowest rates, while a re duction in the cost of coals and other requisites will enable the Company to reduce the Passige money to the following low prices. Cab...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

Sllaurami listitf Stifelltgerttt KIAMA. 1 [from our own correspondent,] Sale of Crown Lands. — The sale of Crown Lands on last Friday was well attended, and the bidding was spirited. Prices ranged from 1Z. to7J. 3s. (id. the acre. In all there were 1400 acres sold ; and the grand total realised was 3040£. Charge of Assault.— J. Bradley, of Jumberoo, appeared, on last Monday, before the bench, charged with having cruelly beat and abased his wife. Suffering greatly from the injuries she had received, Mrs. Bradley appeared in Court, and proved the charge. Bradley was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour'in Darlinghurst gaol ; and bound to keep the peace for the next six months after his release from confinement. The Jetty. — A meeting or ihe Committee appointed, some time since, ,to carry out the improvements of our harbour for which the government have granted us funds, will be held at one o'clock in '. the afternoon of Monday, the 8th instant, in Mr. A. Hukins' Inn....

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DAPTO ROAD. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

DAPTO ROAD. (To the Editor of the ILlawarra Mercury.) Sin — There are a great number of persons in this district who are in the habit of using the Dapto and Wollongong road, and ?who are much benefited by the repairs now being curried on by private subscriptions, eked' out by the government grant. Many of these non-contributors may not have been asked, and others refuse to give anything, saying ' it ought to be general' ' com pulsory,' &'\ The only thing wanting to make ' it general' in the present instance, is for these gentlemen to come out with their subscriptions. If those who have escaped being asked, and those who make a merit of refusing would only reflect that a toll T)iir — did we possess such a luxury — during the last 6 months must liavc taken at least 20s., from every one in the habit of using the road, and that this subscription is not likely to be renewed at any short interval. I am sure wo would see these defaulters coming forward {to clear themselves at the b...

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LICENSING SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

LICENSING- SESSION. On Tuesday the Court sat for the granting and transfer- of pubr licans' licenses. The Magistrates had been summoned to attend at 12 o'clock, but at that hour Captain Hopkins alone was present, and a little before one Mr. Henry Osborne came into Court. The weather was rather unfavourable, therefore it might be some excuse to country Magistrates, although those presentwere such. At one o'clock they proceeded to business, but determined to con fine themselves to the two cases of transfer, namely, Mrs. Scott, ...l.,x «»nKnrl J-/-V Ttn^m flio ltiiATica + rnTicfnrrorl frnYn Tior lnf.A lmsbjinns name- to her own, and George Graham for the transfer of the license of the Fig Tree Inn, occupied by Mr. Alexander Elliotts Both of those applications were granted. The applications for, new licenses,, three in number, were deferred until next Tuesdayn and the reason for such a course, was, that the houses in question were, one in the town, and two on the Fairy Meadow road withi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

rp E A-,. S'UGA R , SOAP, CANDLES JL BEST NEGItOIIEAD TOBACCO, ' RICE, in small bags, BOTTLED ALE and PORTER, WlN.ES, ANP SslRITS, AT GREATLY REDUCED! PRICES, AT T. HOBBS'S POST OFFLCE GENERAL STORES, DAPTO, 831 Always on Hand : KO, W ? S E M J3 R 0 C A T ION, or, FARMERS PRIED, ROW'S LENIM.EN'i;, HOLLO WAY'S- PILLS AND. OINTMENT, . Dinneford & Co,'s Fluid Magnesia, LIEUTENANT JAMES'S. BLISTERING OINTMENT,. vgnice Turpentine, ESSENCE. 0 F. PE P P E R M I.NT , , And an. Assortment of M, E. D I- C I N E S ?, and D R U G.G.S AT-,' T. H 0. B B; S ' S. POST 0KF1U1S GENERAL STORES, DAPTO. 832 Dapto General Store. aJ. M'KENNY has, much pleasure in announcing to the o inhabitants of Dapto and adjacent district that. Lie jn just opening a largo and varied assortment of .goods in . GROCERIES,. DRAPERIES, and CROCKERY WARE.. Amongat tlie Braperie3 will be found-' every article suited to tlio present season ; and. to which the attention. of. the.,Ladies is particularly invited. #W Pleab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 8 September 1856

-,;' Preparations for Spring... BRIGHT AND DAVIS'S GREIT S:ALE 'of .'?'??' ~ DRAPERY, GEOCE R Y, &c, &c, iProyious to taking .Stock; also to make room for New ' SPRING. 'GOODS. ,' , ' JX1HE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST ,m- PRICES FOR JL THIS WEEK:— ' '''?.'', *;.i,, ' ....;..: ?'' ' Yard-wjde Longcloths ? ..? . . ? ?Sfd per yard Double width Sheeting .'. '.'.- 8ijd' ?''„'?' Rich Daiii asks tor Curtains . . ? 9 |d: ^ ' ; Yard-wide SeotchGinghamsV. 4|d „ '. All Wool Shawls .. '..''..; 4s. 9d. each '; Real Witney Blankets- .. V. 7s. 9d. per pair. .-.^WLth a variety of Ribbons, Bonnets, Hosiery, aud Fancy Qoqds; equally cheap. ' ' . ? . ^GROCERIES AT REDUCED PRICES. , .'.' .BRIGHT AND DAVIS, j9J83' ' ' ? ?'? VICTORIA STORES. ?i .j \ WollongQng Annual paces. . -: - 28th, 29th, and. sum OCTOBER, 1856. i ' '.' STEWARDS. ' ''' ; William Warren Jenkins, Esq., J.P, Robert Davison, Esq., J.P., 'Thomas Dawson, Esq., Henry H. Osborne, Esq., '-' ' ' James MeGillj Esq. ' ' . ' ' JUDGE. ,'...

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