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(Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
(Continued from our last.) 'f If;the Indian Government ever again requiire` Australian liorses, and they send ani officer into'each. of the interior dis tricts, where .horses are .numerous, and stout in constitution, whose business it should be to inspect at the various stations such horses as are offered for sale, brand ing those that suit, and allowing the owner,to, sliip them to India at his own risk and cost, payment to be made for them at a fixed rate on delivery in :Cal cutta, I feel sure that better horses would be obtained, and in better condition, at half the cost of the late shipments. For it.would.seem quite clear, that individuals having lhundreds of horses, cannot drive them to Sydney or Melbourne for inspec tion, incurring :the risk of but a few, or perhaps none, being purchased. To drive 200 or 300.horses, say 300 miles, is both troublesome and expensive; for an officer to ride that distance to look at them shduld be a matter of small moment. As tliings were managed, ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
ON TILE DEATII OF A FRIEND: i^ He Ilay on his dyng bed, With none but strangers near\r, ",i",'. Comfort to spread around his head,. .?' Or drop a parting tear. Oh ! young and gay was he, Yith raven curling halr .t - Ilis eyes were bright with. heaven's own light Hits forohead high and fair. " oetween hinm and his home Did the breadth'of oeean roll . No mother heom; no slster dear, To cheer his lonely soul But God, his friend on high, The friend in truth and deed; The comfort sont-ule notrishmen, :t . . :Ofwhich it stood inneed. His soul, it was nmate pr itis sins, they were oriven; His spirit took flight for the realis of light And rests in the joys of heaven. To the grave's embrace is , , S .. Ills, hibody-dust to dust STill thO teruniitshanlla ohbir:cait's fr o and wake Phe sinner Sri I',the just. ; ;.:' T-:ne on h1 tl Enr. r.
JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
JULY 30. In reply to questions put to Ministers, the following information was elicited: That it was not impossible that the Circuit Couirt at Bathurst would be elosed by the 14th September, but that Juidgo Cary should be communicated with as to the dii fiseilty pointed but, of two Courts being an nounced to be held.at the same time and place; that printed charge books were fur nished to eaclhcolony to containthenameand other particulars with respect to each.pri soner arrested, a- transcript of whielr was' furnished weekly to each superintendent for transmission by him to the Inspector General; that these returns were not avail able as materials for the "crininal statistics laid upon the table ofLthe Assembly, as it was not possible to bring those books into general use for sorme time after the' lst March, 1862, when the now.police systemo came into operation. Mr. Martin postponed his motion for a vote of censure upon the Government, whlich stood for discussion to morrow, until Tues...
JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
. Upon the niotio of MIr. Smart, the Sea-. S"eins .,L Li's,'Amndment 'Bill. was dis iarged, vith a i vi?w:to `its reiinfr&duction "a committeo of the wholo` Hou6:. ' The Wollongong Tonnage Daty- Farther 'ostponomot Bill was upon thoanotion of [r. Smrrt, read a second, time., . Upon tho totion that the bill bo - committed, .some iscussion arose as to the policy of tonniago ues, in which Mr. Tighe, Mr. Garrott, Mr. [annell, and Mr. Lucas took part, and t1he lotion was carried on a division by 40 'to 3. he bill passed' through committee and was Sported without amendment. The Kiama Tonnage Duty Further Post 'onemoet Bill was also rea a second time, ad passed through commiittee... Upon the motion of Mr. Cowper, the House resolved itself into. committee on the Public Education Bill. Uponi the 1st clause a long discussion arose" as to the number of Commissioners to consolidate.the Board of Education, AMr. Wilson proposing to fill up the blank, in the clause with the number "five," ...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
LEGISLATiVi ASSELIB3LY-Jurs 2S.. In reply to questions put to Ministers,. to following information was elicited: ihat the first puyment made to any clergy ian osit of the Clhurcli hnd School Lands, ,venue was on the 14th October, 1852,. "'hent certain snUll paynients were made 'out this source. to certain gaol chap dins of thel Churches of England and S.ome; that prior to 1834no account of tese revenues was.kept in the Treasury ooks ; and that in 1851 the accumulated' ,venue up to 1840 was paid into the Trea .try, and tlhencefbrth that the amount had. ,en paid over in the proportions ansd man or bollowing--five sevenths to the four re t gious denominations receiving aid from the Late, according to the proportions observed , tlhe distribution of State-aid,'and the re miining two-sevenths in' equal shares to to national and Denominational School cards. Among other notices of motion givesn in se course of the evening wias one by Dr. ang, proposing to change the name of this lony to.Cdo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
GEORGE BULLEN ATl I NG just returned from Sydney, is prepared to offer a large assortment of Saddlery, consisting of Gent's Saddles, all hogskins, from 63s. Ilogskin seated, 57s lid. Ladies' saddles, with two and three horns. Also, a very large variety of Ladies' and Gent's Bridles, with single and double reins ; Cruppers, Martingales, Breastplates, Saddle-cloths, &c. A large variety of Ladies' and Gent's Whips, from is. 6d. each. Just opened, a ease containing 100 KEROSENE LAMPS, All sizes and patterns, wretchedly cheap. Also, a case containing - 20 DOZEN CH, T)EYS. These will be sold lE?. O. I have also brought varied assortment of 20 and 22 keyed verman CON?cEaTrsx Celestial and others.:'These willbe sold.at "about one-third the price formerly dharged in this id oirhood. Asplbindid 20 keyed one for 7 . ad.; also, instruction"' books for the same. I have just marked off and wdnt to sell a very choice fashinnble and tastefull assortment of JEWELLERY. These will be sold at e...
THE MISSING STEAMER PLUTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
TE.: ux iissING STEc?rcR PLUTO'. -This eossel left Sydney.for Brisbane on the 26th une, under the command-of Capfail Bow, en, an expeorienced officer, amu was seen y a the3 Yarra Yarra (s.) on the following ay, a con~siderablo .distance ahead. At mur p.m,'oii.t?he0 same date, the James 'aterson (s.), frbm Wide'Bay, sighted the 'Carra Yarra in :shore, and at 5.30 p.m. the moke' of a. second steamer 'was distinctly son by the James Paterson, also-in shore. i gale was at` this time increasing in vio nee, the .wind.bheing from ,the S.S.E. 'he James ]atorson hold her courseo for ,ydliin' until seven p.m., when, she was ompelled to boar uip and run for Brisbkieo. hlie was then between'Port \fMacquirie'and mnoiky,Cape, or some: sixty miles of tlio folitaries. As the night ivore on, the gale icrcased, the fires wore banked up, aud the amnes Paterson kept dead before the wind nder a closo-reefed ?fore-topsail, the screw taking sixteen revolutions per minute. A. aitrful sea was running, and f...
RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
(suiorTrll ARGUS.) Of the political movcmcnts of our neigh houYs there are fot' 'ialculated to attract •more interestcinet this "olony than that for separation set. on.foot by the?.inhaibitants of that portion of Neis South TWales which lies immediatelyto the North of Victoria. This territory has. assumed the name of " Itiverina," frtom its cmbracing that system of navigable streams comprising the Lach lan, the Darling, the Murrumbidgee, the Edward,.aundthe Murray,. which water'tlhe 'fiT interior of this continnt,aund flowinto the ocean at Goolwa, ilifSouth Australia. After the establishment of this proposed inland colony of 154,000 square miles, New South 'Wales would still be nearly the size of Victoria, 'and left in possession of her on tire seahoard. WYith Sydney',' ind the eastern portion of New South Wales, ]ti verilia has only political relations, inaslnuch as its productions plssinto, and its supplies of agricultural produce, manufactured goods, and other commodities are dra...
STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
STATISTICS OF THE 'COLONY. Theb report of the 1l gistrar&General, for the year 1862,'has justmnade'its alpearance, aid tlhe facts 'itfirnisheshhith regard to the social history of the colony will,' doibtless; interest our readers 'at home.; We io respir the leading features of the compilation, i an abbreviated form for their benefit :-'ie total number .of births' registered for":the year'1862, is 15,434; of these; 7946. were boys, and 7488 werei girls., ;The' total humber of marriages' 'registered:. for the 'sanieyo'yhr' is 3326.: The total number of deaths;;i6524; of these, 3905 'wore males; and':.264'9 were females. '. The absolute number of:births in 1862, exceeded that of the previous year 'by 753 ;but the propor tion of biirths to the. opsulation was rather less than the.average of tlih five preceding years. The marriages of 1q62 exceeded those of 1861 by 10.1; but the proportion of mar riages to the population was less,;. just as the proportion of 1861' was less :than ...
PRINCE ALFRED IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
Pmixce Ai o 'Ff PARniS.-Princce Alfred has bean greatl?unm after wheniver' hoe appeared :in5'tlt$strdels duaring his stay idt the Hotel dd:?o'?s'Mr ae?.' All that :the newspapers lately said abouthint had natu-, rally theeoffootof stimulating to an unusual degree that curiosity which is. felt about thoso who are placed.in 'the inmmediate vi cinity of thrones. Some of those who were able to catch a glimpse of' the' Prinee felt rather disappointed that lie did not'wear the sailor's'uniforin. BuI all were delighted with his gentlemanly and unaffected bear ing,. and few could fail to be struck with the strong resemblanice which' heo bears to, the Queen. The Emperor and Prince Napo leon called on him the ovening lie arrived in Paris, and the 'next morning some influ ential.Greeks left their cards it the hotel where he alighted.' : The Greeks speak as thoughlthey were victiinised because they were not able to, obtain 'Prince Alfred for' the Greek throne. , Some of them, insist that his la...
JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
. Juny 30. . The6 Attoriney-General presented a peti tion, signed by 200 -residents:.of Bathurst anid its neighborhood, praying for a law to reguliste carriers. * Mr. Deans Thomson,' on behalf o'f ??. Plunkett, presented a petition, signed by forty sholpkeevers and others,' in' favor of ,the Smoke from Furnaces .Abatemennt 'Bill. Mr. Dens Thomson moved the : adoption of an address for certain returns relative to .the state of crime in the country, of which he gave notice on Wednesday: M r. Kemp having then seconded the mo tion;: 'The Attorney-General replied" to the speech of lMr. Thomson, alleging that the Government had done all they could do to meet the difficulties of the case. li.. Kemp was still in frvor of proclaim ing certain districts, and giving' extended powers to the police. ' Sir W. Manning was of opinio tllrit egislation 'was necessary, and that it was he duty 6f the Government immediately o. adopt some stringent measures. "Mr. Campbell supported the, motion,.as lid al...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
PAr1JLIAMVENTARY INTELLIGENCE [FROt :THIE IILRALD AND EMPJIRE. LEGISLATIVEI COUNOIL.--JUL 29. Tli' Attorney-Geonral laid iipon the table Road Trust accounts, which word ordered to be printed... On the the subject of Steam Postal corn. inunication, in reply to aiqueistioi from Mr. Deas Thomisoli, the Attorney-Geieral'stated that there had been some communication mad6 by, the igent for the colony in refer ence to a proposition mhade by. a proposed company. to establish .team communication between, the Australian colonies and the East Indies and China dia Torres Straits, but tlhait,' uiltil the company w'is 'actually formed, it was not deemed' advisablo..that action should betitaken'by thb' Govern ment; Mr. Deis' Thomson gave fresh notice of an address for certain crime statistics for the next day. Mr. Deas Thomson postponed his Smoke 'Nuiiance Bill to give time for petitions "pointing. out, at the same 'time,' that the mnorcrs, while' they published the first clause of the bill,iisade...
MUDGEE. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
MUDGEE. Monday, 6 p.m. Mr. Thomas Hussall, a squatter, and a Chinaman were crossing the flooded river, near Guntawang, on Sunday last, when the boat capsized, and the Chinaman clinging to Mr. H]iassall, both were drowned. Search has been made for tile bodies, and that of Mr. H]assnll has been recovered.
GOULBURN. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 August 1863
.GOULUIN,. Tuesday Evening. Three.notes, taken from Mr. Kater ait the late Mludgce mail robbery, were received hero by the Bank Of New South Weales 'to-day. They were sent in friom the Aber crombie district. Ono was for £20, one for £5, and one for £1. Seieral settlers were stuck up by two men at Taralga yesteidaLy. The police went after the robbers immediately. To-day, at 1 o'clock, Mr. Oliencoy was stuck-up.byon one man, 10 miles from Goulburn, on the-Sydney road. The escort leaves to-morrow with, 2006 ounces of gold. There is no escort this week fronm Burrangoing. Thursday Evening. Several more £1 notes which were stolen from the ?Iudgee mnail have been received in town to-dlay; they came from people living in the Abercrombie district.