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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. TUESDAY, MARCH 29. (Messrs. Elyard and Aldcorn, J.P.s, present.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
SHOlALUAVEN. (FRo' OUR CORRESPONDEBNT.) COURT OF REQUESTS. NOWRA. TUESDAY, rMAcsr 29. (~lessrsk Elyard and Aldcorn, J.P.s, pre sent.) The bailiffriot, being in attendance, and not ;having made return of the sulmmonses, thlcases wore postponed for a fortnight, and a penalty of £1 inflicted on the bailiff, for contempt of?Cou?t.
ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
ACOLINATISATION SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTHI WALES. (Prom the Herald.) Dr. Bonunett brought before the council the following paper, considering that the iurformation it contained wauld be of value, as being obtained from practical experience of sericulturo : " A few notes taken during the sillkworm season of 18(til, respecting the feeding and care of silkworms, Iy IJr.Johln Bate. "The Morus MulticauliA budded well about the mniddle of August, the Cape mulberry a little later. "Septnembor 5ti to 7thl, 1861. Silk worms comtnneoced hatching, ibut in smanll inumbers, appuear weakly, but feed well. "September 8th to 10th. Worsus hatch ilg stroikly ; tried thesI wsith leaves from theL Cape mulberry as well as the Msulti c:eulis, but findt they prefer the latter. Temlnperaiture alout 72 degrees. Noticed in clearing tihe trays tlhat iwhile the Multi caulis leaves cprcseiuleld a sieve-.like ap)pear iau lce theaves of tih, Cape muulberry wet.re scarcely touchedl,, 'Tie laecsiig go?rrally takes place...
BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
BROUGHT-O' OREEK. (FrooM A COOESPONDENT) The "Broughlton Crcok Institute,,' for roligidous,:moral, and intellectual improve mecnt, held its monthly meeting on 23rd ultimo, whoa a largo numbein of persons were present. After derotional exerciseso tho ]o., B. Wilson stated thatit' was now necessary to cehooseo olice-boearers for tiho next year, and lecturers fer th .next six months. The followieg laws and ollice-bearers woroe a cepted by the institute: ;lst. That ill persons lholding evangelical principles who pay one shilling iri the year shall bo members. 2nd.: That the Rev. Robert Wilson be president; Mr. Harrison, secretary; Mr. Stoewart, treasunrer; Mr. M'Gregor, libra rian; and 3fessrs. M'Donald, iWilsdh, .nd M'Keneie members of.bommittee. S3. That the following .-lecetures be de liveraed-nanmcly, "The Sea," by Mr. liar rison; "Farming," by Mr. Wilson, bf Broughlton Yalo; "natural Philosophy," by Mr. M'Kenzie; "Edueatidn," by Mr. M'Gregor; "Austmralia," by Mr. D. M'Donald; "The ...
POETRY. SONG OF AUSTRALIA. JANUARY 26, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
·PO E T R Y. BONGO OF AUSTRALIA. JANUARY 2', 1858. T T lE LATE RODERICK FLANAGANo Joy fills to-day my bosom, And It files through everoy vein; It comes as on the parchsed plain Descends ulldslnmer rain; It fills my soul with gladness E'* n to aerial spirits new, As monbeams fall on budding howers When morning gilds tile doew. No more I'm like a malden That's neglected In her bloom, Doom'd, wclRn bridals thlmng the highway To pine in lonely gloomU; No more I'm like a blooming bride, Who waits 'lid brighlt array For the comling of the bridegmoom R'hom death strulck on the wRy. No morm I'm like a matron loue, Whose huband and whose eons Lie slain where, thomugh the battle-throng, The rude destroyer runs; Today bold suitors come in crowdo- To-day I'm woo'd and won Today the long-expected ones lHave found tlhelr gladdea'd home. To-day the founders of a race Shall fili Iy broad domadns, Shall wake the silence of my woods, Shall swarn upon IIy- Ilails; iIave come, andl shall not welcome me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY (TUESDAY.) - Draft Horses, Town Cows Household Furnitureo. and other effects. • JRF. s .K. ~A ON loa reecceive . t insuctio ~:?li"John ughes, who.has hvcn elp tee e,?rbor Works, to sellby aust cc atntislresaidene.., Ki.ma, On TU SDAY (THIS DAYI), The whole o his effects consisting of- 4 draft lh rses and harness 5 oplendi town cows 2 saddlo se gsres 2 carts and aneress 2. tarpaulins 1 capital cook'ng stove R ]co-horse Uyroon Chaff-cuttcr I'ousohold frn'ture . Lot of fowls And sundry otlesr lots, t i numerous to insert in an advertisement. The horses have been at n rk at the breakwater, which is a sullciset unrantes of tie quality, ased the cows srally priime nd in f1ll milk. The houne Id fiur niturs is good and consists of arts en of general use. No reserve. Terms, cash. T IS DAY. District Reared Heifers. R. G. . ? .L?RON has received MR. G.fi7W nl instectioe Mre Mr. George Wlhitton, of iptot d by auction at tile Stemun Pack ` lteL On TUES. .?jt 5th April,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
DunING tho past week in parliament Iinisters have repeatedly urged upon the Ihoiise, the piopriety' of getting through with" the Estimatis, and putting an end to the session. It must be regarded as a great misfortune to the House and tihe country, that so long a session should have been passed 'over in a manner so utterly unprofitable to the latter, which might have been much benefitted in the thime, and so disgrmceful to the former, which has thrown away its., opportunities, and made itself, in no small degree, the laughing-stock of all who have paid any attention to'its doings. When the present session opened tile Parliament, which has become duririg its course, a dis honor add a weariness to the land, had ex isted for about half the time which is allowed by the present law on the sub ject: and there were, even then, signs that it had lasted nearly long enough. It will be remembered that the Government met thIe House with a very meagre, and unsatisfactory program. The coun try gen...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
XIAMA COURT OF REQUSTS. TUESDAY, M AcRC 209 (Messrs. Robb, Colley, indmars.. , Marks, .Chlrles, and Moles, J.P's., on the Bench.) N1iSDITT 11IND0MSII sV. W.WHIsTE. The plaintiff in this suit claimed.theosum of £1, being the value of a tallow eask. which had been missed by him for several months and found in defendant's posses sion. 'lThe cask, which plaintilfaffllirmed he could swear to. from its peculiar form and the brands which had been put on it, had been sent to plaintiff's agent in Sydney in MLay of last year. He had beenI sub)se (lU(,ntly advised by the agent of its having been reshipped to .(iama, but had not seenll it since, until it was found in defendant'? possession. Plaitill 111 had sent to demand thalt lie article should ie dllivercd uip; but this Ihad lieon IrefIused by defildanlt. D)efendant stated thatl; he haid boughlt thel eask at a plublic sale of tle elffets of Mr. oead, whlich had been held by Mr. Cr. K. WRaldron; tntd as thle hitter had been un able to attend ...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
ROT r:On TUESPAT, ANAIL 5t.·-?IneS rs. Waugh, fliudmaush, IXing, Robb, and Ileddall. 'Ilon~an Ann TUASDAT, 1?IrI APRIL--ICSSSA. i. Eny, T. Chapman, Manrks, MI~lern, and Chanle,.
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
WEEKLY SUIIARR" OF NEWS. Mr. Richard Stubbs who for many years held the office of Inspector of Nuisances for Sydney died at his residence in Camp bell-street on Sunday morning. His fuse ral which was numerously attended took place on Tuesday afternoon. Sseious ACCIDENT TO Tlr? O?o. T. A. MuBnxY.-Thl e members of the Legislative Council were, on assemblini g yesterday afternoon, inobrmned that the H-on. Presl dent of that H]ouse had msot withll a severo accident. Iti1appears that thel hon. gentle man, while on Ins way to Sydney on Tuesa slay afternoon, i-was tlhrownoi fron the mail soach, and was so much injured that le was obliged to be conveyed to Goulburn eand placed under medieal care.--lrcald of -Thursday. aiN5sot scY.-,Tames Macartiney Beattie, ?? Kisuma. Liabilities £367 18s. Assets, £40 16s. Sd. Delicit, £320 ls. ld. Mr. Morris, ollcial assignie. Lost iN Tie BusU.-A-A correspondent, writing from Xiandra, on Tuesslay las, ivres the following account of his -sullibr ing during ...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
C+AMDENERt'S ·dLRD n APRIIL." : F'?wIE,.-Sow wheat, borloy,:oto, jphasibood boano, carrots,.clorer, luocere,1nd Olldt kinds orf grass scdor olnlshl routtiog and hootou g tobacco.nod cotton; top dress: pootures ;sooero eod' storo mlotzo. 'Oiercest sot. ghoom and otiltr milleto. 1.'rsorve 1the sttk or itt, o well oo ;mldzc, for orluter'foddor for cos .&o. unless' It Is intondod to rcdnro to onaor; 11his being the proper thn ? For tho operation. V.ioewao.-o oo?ommnr rnttlng intec towards theonl of the moath, If osofcltntty reltnod; iommediotely afber wlhich tile lnod mloo bboelrlvoie bYttlogrltbblr or ·ploll~ll. ?: : .t'ORLabo--Gothor boto p0ach0, phliml, apploesr, 101 peor. Wooed, loosen soil but ooid deep dibiggog until lleetmo.tol. 1'rotet flitt froln'bits,. Thinand pr1n0e orange troeo. Commence planting orange, lolnlt't, 0n1. other ocvergrec r?.'e.'
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
NO1ICE TO SU0SI RI[ER?S. Our subscribers will probably have been expecting to see 'some explanation of the manner in which the circulation of our journal is likely to be affected by the paltry piece of:leislation known as the Neewspapeor Postage Act. - After due consi deration, we are of-opinion that we can not better me&t\he cse than by dividing the expense with oui subscribers. We propose, accordingly, to make an addition of sixpence to the amount of the prisent quarterly subscription during the time this wretched Act contisues ini force. We think it very probable'that it will be re pealed early next session;-one. honorable member (Mr. Da?igar) having engaged to brieig in a Bill for that purpose. Our subscribers whlo hare been in the hablit of receiving theircipapers at tihe Post olic, Numba, Shoalha~b n, willFiu future get them at Mrr POTTEnS: storekeeper, Numba, next door to the post-office. Mr. OTTEBR is appointed our agent from this date, .in place of Mr. Lmg, resigned...
ROYAL ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
RoYn ARTILLERY. Wounded--Lieutenant Larcom, R.BA., severe, right shoulder. 57TH REIssEcT. Killed-Private Michael Kennedy, No. 1 company. c Xounded - Private William HInry, severe, left eye, brow, and foreheadl. Pri vate Martin Stagpool, severe, left elbow. Jaimes Adley, severe, left thlighl. Joht Chamberlain, slight, left thigh. Chairlc Keaie, slight, right side of abdomen. J. E. Youxo, ~M.D., Staff Surgeon. The Cross has been informed by a gcntlc. min just arrived at Auckland froa\ Port WVaikato, by way of Waiuku, that a num ber of rebel natives, who had been actively engaged in the war have returncedl to the latter place, taken tihe oath of allegiance, and givein up their arms. The nost recent arrival of this ]kiad was four men aud a number of women. who returned under a pass fo.rlo Major MI'GCrcgor. Prior to thit nine men had come in, taken the oath of allegianuce, and givein up Iwhat they call their arms, which, in one case, consisted of an old honeycombed English hatchet, with ...
NEW ZEALAND. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
NEW ZEALAND. PROGRESS OF THIE WAR. The Alice Cameron brings one day later from Auckland, her dates being to the 17th ultimo. On the afternoon of Thursday, the Southetn Greoss issued the following as a "slip": SKIRMISIH WITH TIHE REBELS AT TARANA?KL By the Phoeb, which lhas just arrived from tihe South, we learn that there lhas been a skirmishl with the rebels at Xai takc. Our force consisted of the 57th, and some of Ilthe Royal Artillery. An advance was made oIL the native l1)115 at Kaitake beyond the OakuraL ledoubt, for the purpose of shelling it. Fire was: opened on one pab, and, ultimately, tilhe natives returned it by a heavy cross lire freom three dilfcrent directions. It was thought there were about 200 na tives, and our force consisted of about half that lnumber. lPrivatc Kennedy was killed while in the act of capping his piece. The troops had to retire in skirmishing order. The native loss is unknown. Our is as follows:-
COURT OF PROBATE AND DIVORCE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
COURT OF PROBATn AND DIVORCE. T'ssDAY, Jlv anY 26. Before the Judge Ordinary, Sir James Wilde. o'IK~ NE V. ~OKANE A i-D PALMERSTON ,: :(vsscoUmT.). This dcase which l~as given rise to so auch 'private gossip ahnd: so many mysto rioushsits' in some of tho 'newspapers, ap peared inri the 'list for the fifr'st. time this m orning, ./ ,., -., ,...- ;- : , The.followieg is, a copy. of the petitiona:--. 'In Heor Majesty's Court dfflivorco and Miateimonial Causes : '' In the 'matteir obf Timothy: Jiseph O'Kane, of "No 21, Inveriness Road, Bays water, in the County~ of Middlesoex, gentle man, dated tliee90th day of October, in the year of our Lord; 1863,: :' " . " Shewethl, 1. That your petitioner, on te. 2nid-. of. October, 1861, was lavfedly married to Mflngaret Mfatilda Auigusta Morris, of No. 2; John-sttreet, Sutton st?eet, Commercial Road East, in theo said ucoiity of Miiddlesexr, spinster, at George's in-the-East, in the said county of Middle sex. , "2. That after, his said mariiage, ...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 April 1864
ENGLIsII AND FOREIGN EX'TROTS. FaminoA, AGENTS liS IIiEL5ND. - Mr. Sergeant:Hbwley, iu opemning the qoarter sessionks for Cesheelreently;' said, "I deeply regret to leiarn that througlsuit the cduntry and even in the neighlbourhlood of tihe pre sent place, attempts harve been made, and to at certain extent successfully, to entrap. the young,. the impulsive, an? tie unwary, and to invblve them in tlihe meshes of illegal associations. ,The origin of thlese assocoe tions is folly, or, worse, it has been im Jportced from'a country wicichlat this mo ment presents tihe most lamehtable instances-. of the hiorrors ever attendint of civil iar. D)evastation; :bloodshed, and massacre, are its- conconiitaint. characteristics. In the American staife we hars held up tg.,.usa picture of its sad and awfuli results,1ahd it shoulld be a ivarning to the people aeiinst rushiing upon a similar misfortune. - iThre are people abroad who are engaged iii ad mimnstering unlaw-ful oaths to the people, and the...