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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

COOMMERCI AL INTELLIGENCE., KIA?IA STEA.I 1FLOUR'13 IIS.' LIoT OF P'aiCES First Flour, pr ton i. :. 15 0 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ... .....: .. 0o 1586 Seconds, per ton ..... .. 1 10 0 Do., pri 100 lbs. ... . 0":13 0. %Iachino-dresseidilaize Flour, do'.,' 0 10 0 Crushed lMaie, per bushel '.. ;.. 0 4 0 Brau and Pollarid, ditto .....'.." " 0, "1:6 i Whoet 9and Moiz.' iircliased for. cosh, or taken in excliango for flour, or grist grind .g . 'J. SIAiRPE & SONS. Oct. 26" 1863.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RIDE TO SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

A RIDE TO SHOALIMAVEN. (n- AN A.s.s.) Ie any of your readers caredy sout my Journey as commenced somne e.ego; they might wonder ani, tner, ini sitting by the -Tsrtsiaeo Ild mtade up mly minad, to scek. a watery grave, or whether I had accidon tally fallen into the stream arid bean uinakle to get out of.it':" This has not been the casp? heowever, I am enabled to state.; nor do I think of drowning myself even to escape tihe. wrath of the Esxaminer of .the Assisted' lulling Society. Tile landing place of the Ferry is a spot. at which people' maity in-i ine weathei , be not unwillimg to wrait a ressonable time, aind sing to the minnrmur-of the liowter the old ballad,. .entle river, gentle river, e., if it were not recollected tlstith e siane stream has bee knoowin to enact thdu itost ungentle part possiblo.' In foulnweathbri to come to this ferry after traversing the liahch at high tide, and theo to bo under the nbces ?ity of waithig anthour or two, (as sometimes occurs it is ,said,) in...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

SYDNEY M--RIIKEfTS. Th4 Sydney ?papes of Saturday last re .port as under :-- : d s. d £' s. de Flour, first; per ton 1.."? 0 0 to.o0 0 0 Do., Socouds; pr -ton .'.13 0 .0 ..· 0.o. 0 Bran par bushelof 20 lb 0 1 4'.. 0 0 0 Bisbuit,' Cabinl pier 1001bslb 1 0 0 .. O 0 0 Ditto,?avy, ;. 0" 10 : 0 '0 0 tBrelad pir lb loaf-':.. 0 0.1 . "0 0 Hay;,pbr owt. _:'.. O'6 8; 0.1( 0 'Grass . .. 0.3;: 0 . 0 0 0 tucerne .. .?;. 0:.46. 0 5 6 Straw .. 0 0. .:.0: 0 , O 0. Bark, per do. :;. ,0 4 0-.. O "6 Wheat, per bushel' .... 0 5 i.. 0" G 0 Oats; per do. . :- .6 0. 7 -0 vrley, perido'.. . 0 4 ; 0 5 0 Maize, per'do 0- .-' 4 0 0.. , 4 .3 reen stuiflpei bundlo.. 0 0 10 .0. 1 0: Boat . perlb :i ;:. ?' i 00 2' . 0 0 2. iMutton; pe do.... 01 0 '. O '0 orl. pOi 0'a.. 0-.O'-6 ealnh, o . .0ar i.. 0 a 0 60 Lnn,. per dIr... i:.:. ::..O" ' ", 6 . 0,". 0 Fowcls, per co. ple. 6 0 .. 0 5 0 Duaks, par do. 0.0 5 0 G. 0 Dueki wild; 'er do ".. 4 "6 . . 0 "5 0 Gaeese ? pa " I:'o"pe:.' 0 . .. 0 i7 0 0 9" 0 Tu?urkeysp? .. 12...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

'ULLADULLA. A (FROM OUR CORDESPONxDENT.) No News! Soie poet says, "iHappy the people whoso annals are unnteresting/, and an old adage, " No news is good news." The even, course of prosperity and quiet enjoynment, howevero much to be: desired, affbrds but small scope for a journalist, and were there such abroad sheet a's " The Ul ladulla Indepeident," and were your cor respondent the editor,. Mr. " Scissors" would have to be sub-editor, and do all the work; . A: writer would alinost be tempted to envy the Western districts with the stirring events of daily occurronco. Ex cuse, Mr. Editor, my leaving this circle of quiet prosperity, to say a word or so upon events in. that quarter, the interest being general. INxsiPECTOR-GENEAL OF o POLICE.-r This gentlenman; nothwitlistanding his presence in the disturbed district, not having sig nalizedl himselpfby any doed of valour, he roism, or usefulness, not even inspiring a. wholesome Mdread among marauders, has been doin the "insolence of off...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

SYDNEY 3 IAiKEl PICOES.-: Whloat--5 .Gd to 6sd per bushel.. " i[iiz- ls 0d to .0 Od' iitto DBirloy, it[altiiia4s td' to 5s 0d'per bushel. Ditto,.Cape-s 9Sd to 4 38d ditto Oatsb--i;0d td'os Od:ditto . lraralsG Gd to Os 0d ditto ' Flour--st, £1b.por toi . .Ditto, 2nd-£13 ditto : . Hay, Lucnrao-£4 Os to £5 Os ditto " Ditto, O,itcn-£E to £8 Os: ditto Potatoes--- 'to £7;0s. ditto ' Ooiions-£2 to £2 10s pr owt;"': .,.: , " Bnttor-Noominal, likly to fill.. lHoney-4-d to 5d per Ib. - :' .. " Bacon-7d to Sddito ditt . Oheooso 7dl to 8d ditto ' ': '. Eggs'--rd to 10d pr do " . lowls--s Od to :4.s (d pur couple , " Dudka-is bd to 5s Ot.per ditto :. Tu'rkuy.-L74 to;.'e ditto . :- . .?alvcs--lOs to £1" *Pigs--Idto od poe ' ' lHides--is to 12s ecic ' " : ..GRAIIA.M & MULHOLLAND,' ' K. .. " '.inf-streetiWcst, Sydhey; Oct.024; S1 3. . ." ,-. . '. v .. .

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CONGRESS AT MALINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

THE ROIAN CATHOLIC CONGRESS " 'AT ALINES. It `the afternoon meeting of the Congress on, Friday, Cardinal Wisemanu-styled by the correspondent of the Islependance "Archbishop of London" - delivered an address " On the Civil and Rieligious Con dition of the English Iloman Catholics." The cardinal did full justice to the liberal spirit which actuated the British parlia ment. He admitted that trouble, fear, and anger had been excited by the re-establish ment of the Roman Catholic hierarchy in England; but he was anxious to express his thanks to his fellow-countrymen for the noble and generous amends they made to the Ronman Catholics, and to declare that the first transports of passion were for ever forgotten. lie then spoke of the increase of the ERoman Catholic population, of the priests, bishops, churches, convents, reli gious houses, and in the number of conver sions in England. With regard to the es tablishment of convents the greatest preju dice pievailed, but when the people saw t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

"INDEPENDENT" GENERA@L"r PRINTING. OFFICE, MARKET SQUAE,.?r LKIA, . rTII] PROPI'IETOIRS bog to' inform the 1 Public of Jambliroo, Gorringong, Shoal havoni &e.i &c.;'- that their Oice is roplote with every;-desocriptioli of tho most modern PLAINr AND IFANCY TYPE BDonDEnS, &c., Whichl oenablesthoi? to'i exocltowork in a style3 equal to any .otlier ofedion the Colony -with the itmndt accuracy and despatch : Phain and OOianamintal Printing, in every ariety and stylu, including- . Pinmphleots : Law Forms Cattlogues .' Iusiness Circulars Societies' lnlcs Labels ` : Reports 'Posters BilllhmadO ' and Bills .. Business Carids Promissory Notes Leases Agrceionicts. SThey hope, by. .moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in thli oxeeLtioii of their wdoilr witli' puictuality in completing :orders, to so cure i share of;piblic patronage:: t " In termns of the preseit postal airange Smoets, Priiting cani be forwarded to any part of the colony: at a 'merely tioniinal rate o...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENOE , PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. October 9.-H.I.M.S. Fulton, 4 guns, Loyer, from New Caledonia, 12th instant.-King fisher, American ship, 1003 tonA, Freeman, from Hongkong. October 2l.-fH.M.S.S. Esk, 21 guns, Hamil ton, from Portsmouth, 17th June, Simon's B-i 4th September, and Melbourne 18th in stalt. October 22.-Dudbrook, barque, 591 tons, Deacon, from Otago thi instant.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE CASE OF MARGARET AGNES GUELPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

THEI CASL OF EMAIIGAlIET AGNES S ' " . CIUELPII :: :-: At the: }ainiiersmith Police Court, on the 24th August, the-: ov. "James Roe, of thie Oratory,· Bromptoth, attenidtd before Mi. I'ayinan to, answer asuisnuons chiarg sig bins with detaining, without just cause, agold ring 'ind mnarrageccrtificate, the pro ,portof A rgaeu ct'f6es. Guelpih. Mr Dickie, instructed by Mr. Weekes, of Chancery -lane, appeared for the com plhaiiant ; and Mrs. Few for the defendant. Tlfe pliehto the charge in the summous i as that the defendint never had theni. J Tise complainant,' a respectable-looling woman, about tliirty-ih e years of age, stated that, in September, 1861, she was married to AlbertEdlward Guelph, at No. 4, Talet's ,place,' romnpton, .by Cardinal Wisemian, according to the rites of the Romhln Catho ,lie Church. Many peusons were prlesent. Ie tho ovening ifter the celebration of the nirringe, Father- oo, whlo remained with lher, withed her to enter a convent. She refused,. and because sl...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

To be Sold by Private Contract, ' FIRST-RATE American Threshing l and Cleaning Machine, of 2-horse powein good working order, and lit for mmedia c use, having only eeccn worked two season. with general patisfaction. It has been known o tlireul nd lean over 200 bushels of wheaoQ ( \v. /Can be seen at Mrs. Comerford's, eorn Application as to terms, &c., to MR. B. BR *eti neer, / owra CLd, Shoall sven. Notice. f0. aold out i iiblic pound, on M- Mon vthonidy of November, 1863, an unibr lw and Whi Heifer, about, 18 Iioltliold. . WIL iCtt ROeWN, i( f I'bw kceper. Nowra Crcck, 1ct:0 , 1863. pr A SMALLL quantity of Cotton Seed for distribution at this Office. _-N Weduesday cibtron last, October " 21st, bctwree /h nermanagh] Hotel and Mr:' Mollit'se Ii orsdale. 'our £1 notes. Te fiider ill wellreivardedby returning them to . C HI LES ABBOTT, Kiama. FPo-ud, 1) ETW\E' Kiniit. iand Jamberoo, a sum ' y./ w c have it, by payinaa / /Ja "roo. National School, Kiama. l' rpHE a vc :i I is ow ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

OCnIcET.-On Thursday last, the day when tile proposed match between the nir ried and single was to have beenuplayed, the muster of cricketers, we are sorry to say, was not largo enough for the purpose. Only about fourteen players in all urcde their appeararnce, and ai scratch miatch, such as the numbers allowed, was improvised. lThere. were a fbw of the right sort present, as Messrs. A. Gordon,r.J. Wrilliams, T. Fredericks, W. Millei, and others, who showed.thar; they had not, during the " re css," quite forgotten th e us of thie willow iand the proper method of:.handlingr'a ball; We understcand that. there is a movement in Wollonugong for the purpose of bringing a teanc of the best men in the Albert Ulubi to' Illawarra, to play either eighteenl or twenty-two (as may be determined) of tihe cricketers of the district, to be selected froni the various clubs. In this case, we should suppose, (recollecting the result of last season's maitches) thiat it would be neces sary to look ainong...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A NEGRO MARRLAGE BY A BLACK PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

A NEouno M1An1a1oE BY A BLACK PAR sos.-Any person of sensitive olfactories would have halted in the doorway; but I elbowed tnarough tile woolly gathering, and followed Frank atnd Selina to the family pew. Tittering,' laughing, and flaunting their red and ycllo?w kerchiefs, the black jlcojple were enjoying themselves amazingly when " D)ar dty conecs," 'Darin dto halnppy pIussous," weut round the assemblage, anil ~1.tu inido and grooml, attetnded bh two sa:lle cout-ples, entered the building. 'After some ludicrous mnistakes, they g'ot '' into position' in front of the railing tand Illack ,Ier took ti stand before them. iose'v :was drcaessed ili white, with a neat fillet of pink andu bluo ribbon tlout her Liead ; and ally wore at black frock coatl, with white vest and white cotton gloves. One of tlihe gtroomsmen-a-ti rustic beaut iom t a neiglhbouring 'plantation -wore an inmensely long-tailecd blue co:at with brass buttons, it flaming IUre waistcoat, yellow, woollen mittens, and a nec...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

T IUiSDA Y. Constable Chishom brought before .the Bench. (consistiiig of Messrs. Chapman; Kendill, and 'Owen) a: man named Henry Bishop, who'ivas,well-knowi to tlib.polioe, and who had been takicninto custody on in formation given by Lawrence O''oble of the Beehive Inn; that he believed the pri soner had stolen certain fowls from his premises. A bundle, or ".swag" whicli the prisoner had claimed as his property was produced; and contained, among.a variety of useful articles, two fowls, which ]lad ai parently been killed bythe process of wring ig tlheii necks. "O'oole idenutified one of these, a black' cock; butw??ras not quite sure about the: other, a yellow hon, as hb- had many.very similar to it. One lartin Flynn had seen the prisoner hanging about the neiglhbourhood- of O'Toole 's premises at a very early hour. The pj isoner, who lp peared to be almost too drunk to" compre hend the niature of the proceedings,-said lie was st hard Working man; linad never before been in' a court o...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

PLE'URO-PNSEUIiMONIA:., Amended' Report by the Inspector, on the .Inoculation of.830 head of cattle, .iii.:the Southern districts of :the ' colony between the 17th May and 8th Juine-, 1862. (Co(,itinuiedf rom our last.) :The offects 'f' inoculation on the. cattle of herd N.::2 ahgain have been very mild indeed... Only .isome eight or .ten have been perciptibly swollen at tlh root of the tail, 'a"nd:; one of tthm" danger ously so. lAbout a fourthloftlicho showed little or no sym"ptoals oft swelling beyond an apparent stiffnesso:?.curl in the tail, and a very sinall seab over the inoculation wound,, while the tails of about one half of thoemiricAere decidedly, though 'lightly swollen, with a large scab over tihe wound f and it the remaining fourth, the ,thil for several inches in length was increased by the swelling fron a fourth,: to a half of its ordinary :thickness. Abodti a hundred heaIl aro likely to loose aipor tion of their tailsi These cattle in their general appearancoe and. ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPIGRAMS AND EPITAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

EPIGRAMS AND EPITAPHS. On Frederick, Prince of Wales, eldest son of Georgo IL and father of George III.: Iteor lies Fred., Who was alive, and is end: Had it lieen his fLather, I had much rather: HIad it been his brother, Still bettr r thao another; SBut since 'tli only Fred., T'llere's no more to be said. Ot tile four Oeortges: George the First was always reckoned Vile-sbut viler-a Gcoo the Second And vllm t nortal ever heard Any good of George the Thinr? W\ilen from earth thil Fourth desconelcd, Heaven be praised the Georges ended.s SW. S. LANDOR. , Ain.g G.eorge's physicians:,-'- - Th'i king employed the doetors daily- ' Willis, Iebernle. and Balillie All exceedingly skilful men, Ballli, Willlis, leoberdn ;"n lntdotdnUtfl hillelh most sour to kill Is nallli', Itebcrden, or Wllls. ' The llritls fanrmnr's antithesis: S an, to tie plough; S, Wite, to thCow; • Girl;to the Olnos •heo to tisone, . '-And your rots will besnetted. '. ' ^ " . In, tally-hlol " liss, piano; - . ife silk and ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

WEEKXL CALENDAR. Days of t eek. Mo Sunriseo Sunset Age' TUESA . .... ..o.: Out. 2i 5 0 10 15 WEI)ISDAY ... ,,"20 5 8 6 20 10 TIUIIUSDAY 20 5 7 0 21 17 THE MIAMA IND 4EPENDENT. QUE$DAY, -'OOTOBBEBL 27, 1S63. .

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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GARDENER'S CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

G11taDDENERt' 'CALEN."DAR>L=`3 KeCulf E GU.uoE..-Fnr lutd roeoSW peos; cabbages, lettuce, onion., radish,'cnrrot, uturnip, parsni , pump?" kins, mcelns oueumblrs, parsley, celery, munstard cress, andieerbs; Capeggoseberries, tomatoes, capsleums, o&e. 'lnt cubagu, potatesarleichokes, arrowrool, ginger, turmerie,-yemsu"&e. Weed and water. . Oaecuen..--Weedaftid keep surface soil loosened; cut suirflluotis fruit' froin peach, nectarine, aprretot,phnl, nherry, and other summer fruit treces, ' Comuence gathlrlug cherries. ,geeberee, ceunts, mid erley pluns .as they ripen, and proteet themlh fron birds. Lmucmeuce to prune a?d thin out oral?e trees, .. FLOVER e.ttuDe.-Wieed and Water weni. Plant out nnuels, &e. 'Phtut dahlias; dig up and stlore in dry plieo tulips, hlyacitlls, and other bulbs, so soon us the leavecs re withered, t lpreceuc tiheln rotting, of.Tu easnouabluo gro?t. C'iscrtAo.-eI.?oeen eurfuee soil, keep down weeds; replace stakeswehero reqtlred, an...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

liAHAllA POLICE COUURT. i. TUrSDT, OCTOBER 20fr. (Before Mcessrs: Fry, Robb, Colley, and Kendall ) James Owen: was cinrged with having escucdc certain cattle which were 'being (riven to pound. Mr. Owen, for prosecutor. H. Counell deposdd that on the 14th inst., hd had sent a boy in his seivice to drive to pound three head of cattle which had trespasscd on his ground. :This was the second trespass of these cattle. He had seen the boy go on the ro ad with the cattle in his charge. Thomas lBreesley, tihe boy above men tioned, deposed that he had taken' thelcattle in charge at his master's order, and ddriven them-to the pound. .aLr.:Hinues the pound keeper, had opened the gate on'being told that the cattle were to be impounded. As lhe (witness) was about to drive them into the pound, defendant came up and drove them nivay, sWitness endtavorcd to turnu them towards the gate, and throws i stone at one of them for that purpose. Defendmant then threatencd to kick hun and pull his ears; wher...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

WVE havec some reason to. suspect that if we persist (as we are resolved to do) in watching sueh matters of public interest as come legitimaiely under our notice, the administration of justice in petty sessions for in'stance, and in exposing such abuses is we may happen` to observe, it will be ditlicult to avoid some sort of inisunder stinding with a portion at least of :tliat worshipful and estimable body, the great unpaid of Kiama.' The institution of the local magistracy is, in sonie respects, a loose and" unsatisiactory portion "of the linachinery by which the routine of public business is carried on. No one needs .to be told of the importance of -the.fune tions of the magistrate, or of the injury to the moral and material welfare of the coninunity, which is likely to'result, when those ftinctions are inlpi'operly performed. It has become a common aitd, in fact, pro verbial observationu,that ev ery one who his a dity of the 'smallest importance to fulfil' towards others, especia...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 October 1863

ItR laWvAY A1JCTION DEPOT , Fat hattle. Itorkot very baroe Priime mobs Sar vorth fro m £5 to.. . , Fat Shelep.-o ontisil firin; prinme floks SFtre worth fron 17s.tdo 18ss wolled, and 2s. to' 14s. sorn, .Store Cattle.-Nothing to report L/ Store Sheip.--No transactiounsto re t. I' hvew several oisquiries for breedin owes in osniall lots. Icould place 1000 if t ,oy?oe to -lee hod is ttyrt rr n e-iuti 0 rs ofa fow IHorses.-A good demand still continus-sfor useful anuim.ds. and first-class: draught colts would realise long prices . 3ilea C(aws.-D:all of sale. I sold several at smy yard yesterday at prices varying from' £3 to £7. Produe,; Stle. Railway Auction Depot.-The supply of calves was good., Prime realised hlng prices. One pen of 6I averaged £2 2s L:a?ebs sold well; 20 Oxley's averaged ISs;. 10 Farahers about' 1is, and Johnson's 9s _d.., Pigs rather' short supply. Poultry scarce. .ltter, dull of sale ill consequence of large arrivals co:astwiso. Eggs firi. Bacon a shade lower. (Che...

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