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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

?T'UENj.A. ; ; ?The weather; Jiasibcon. .pretty- favqtiralii^lately, -and the diggers are going to work with good heart. j-The latc.\fiood has unquestion. ably done a great deal of damage, but:: it; is being repaired with alacrity. The claims that have recentjy been .opened by Cramp, M' Donald, and Eollie are turning out ver.'^ well, ...and if the ..weather .continues, fine I hfire.;no.;dqubt thr.t sqmet.lung -'sfcv,Rnj,i!g' will be the result of .next summer's. work. A hundred .ounces .of wold were taken to tqwn thi3.wcek by one of .our gold buyers, and there is plenty more on the.-creekav,-aiting .purchasers, , who are, however, shy ,qt;, buying on (acocunt,of there .being ,iio N§afe .escort - to . Goul .burn. ..Although ,our,.yield js, not so great as many , of the other gold;f;elds, I. see no reason why .we should not have an anne-d es cort. The mounted .patrol, ;who [are no doubt .often pro.fitilessly employed, could easily perform. the work, and their occasional presence .qn. ...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

BRAIDWOOD. . ! T-ihave.;nofc' much. to . tell you this week. Respecting .oinv dig-'? i gingSj' I'am informed, several parties are still ,doing;-well .on the- i Major's. Creek, and also at the Ara'uen ; there is a party -roing,oiit- prospecting.on the, ^ittle River, ,,-vrho are determined- to. give- it a fair trial, as they Hre very sanguine ab.ut,it. ;J hope th(jy . Jpay n,ob. he ;dis?pppinted,in,t}]eir expectations. -. , ? ,

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Government Gazette. CROWN LANDS' SALES. ST. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

JnuMiami} , , CROWN LANDS' SALES. . .ST. VINCEKT. There will he ,a .sale, of , Crown Lands at the Crown Lands' : Office, ? Shoal haven, at qleyen o'clock -pf Thursday, the 9 th October. Country Lois. LoM, 48a. at Gerringong ; 2, 48a. 3r. ditto 5 3, 49a. ditto's 4, 33a. 2r. near Nowr.a :Hi|l ; ,5, 48a. ditto ; .(-, 49a.' .ditto.; -.7, 38a. ditto; 8, 35a. at Barren Elat; 9, 27, a. 3r. near Nowra Hill* 10 28a. 3r. ditto; 11, 37a. ditto; 12, 38a. at AMieelbarrow .Raiifes ? '? 13, 40a. ditto; .14, ,40a. , ditto ; 15, 38a. ditto ; 16- 38a. .ditto ; 17, ,40.a. ditto,; 18, 40a. ditto; .19, 38a. ditto ;. 20, 36a. ditto* 21 ' 29a. 2r..ditto.; 22, 25^, ditto ; ,23, 36a. ditto ; 24^. 50a. on 'tho'' Sassafras Runge; 25,' 100a. ditto ; 26, 45a. Sr. ditto ? -27, 64a 3r. ditto,; ,28, 64a. 3r. ditto; 29, 62a. 2r. ditto: &0, 50a. ditto; 31, 50a. -ditto } ; 32, 7 5a. 2r. ditto ; 33,: 40a. ditto ; .-34, 40a i ditto-' 35, 26a. ditto.; . 3(j, 30a. ditto ; 3,7, '.98a.: ditto ; 38, 98a. ditto 39, 2...

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Sydney Correspondence. SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

.torwniiliiwt , SYDNEY. SEPTEMBER 19. ;1S56. 1 . The .scene of angry recrimination, as ,ivas anticipated, .'.'was - renewed with there-assembling of the Legislative Chamber, almost, to the exclusion of alLother business. Tlje motion introduced by. Mr. ;Hay oil Wednesday, for the purpose qf testing the stability ' of the new Ministry, the discussion of which has. occupied tji.o: House up to the time I am .writing, brought into collision some of our best debaters, and many a personality and home thrust was exchanged by the belligerents. I .will ,not presume to trespass upon your; editorial functions by quotjng from tlieir .speeches,, except irivone ^particular, in which I trust you 'will 'indulge me on public grounds. It is too much the custom in this colony to con nect the.name.of any prominent individual with some depreciating circumstance, as if, of ail .places, in the world, this was ,the only spot where it reflected no , credit 'on a man to overcome adverse accidents of birth or ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, September 15. (Before Dr. Davison.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

iOOURT OF: PETTY SESSIONS. .Monday, September (Ueiore Dr. DaVisonv) ? William Tajdor was brought before t]ie Bench on a charo-e of di'imkenness. - This being; his sixtli uppenrance before the bench, each one being for ^ positively the last time,' he was sentenced to pay a line of .£2, or in default . of payment, to work 011 the rondjs' for a perioil of 'fourteen dtivs. He availed himself of t.lif native.. This man is the father of two .young children, both ''iris, arid by liis inveterate :habits of intoxication keeps both then' and himself in ;tl|e most abject state of poverty and wretcliedness. Several attempts lmvo' beep .made to .have tlieni sent to the ' Destitute Asylum, for which place there could he 110 more fit tenants, but he obstinately refiuses to give tlie,m up. The con- ' ' seqpence is, that during his frequent confinements they have to be kept in the lock-up with him. If the public has not to support thep, they have to thank tho good nature of our :cli.i el' constable....

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Iaral Intelligence. OUR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

: |!nr,(il 5ii}!iiiifrm:r, -aUR EXPORTS. the week ending on Saturday .last from vfhe poi;.t of A\ ollongong, by the 'Illawarra' and ' Kiama' steamers. . were as follow :— ' ? By tlie. Illawarra and .Victoria., Per Kiama. gutter kegs ... ... . .... 13U ' ? 103 .iiggs— cases ... ... g- ; ' 4 ' Wallabies ... 2 ..i;'' — ' liides ... ... ... ; — ? ' ? . . 14 ... It'otatoo^s — bngs ... ... ? 2:4 ' ? Poultry — coops ... ... ... j Horses ...' ?? ..; . ... ? 7 . t. . ? g ? ? Cabbace-tree — hanrlK ? ...... oenn , ''.'o,-r,/\ Bacon — packages... . '... ; ? ...: 8 : (i ?raize— bags ? ? 48- ; -14 - ' 1 rigs - ? ' '... 35 ' ' ? 25 Wheat — hags ? ... ...' ... 1 ? i7' , , Milk— gals. .. ... ... 255 ' Calves ... ... ... ... 10 - ? 3 Hay— trusses ... ... .. ' ? ? jj, ?Skins — bundles ... ... ... * ? ' 3 . ? bags ... ... ... ? 2 jBark— lpad. ? ... ... __ ? 'Onions — bags '... ????'.-ri-.v. - ^ - Lemons — cases ... ... ... ? ' ' 4. Leather— sidgs ... !!.' a8'' ? ..— — bales ..- ; ... . j- ,? Luggage— j...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 2 g » high water AT MONTH. (DAY. -2 « ^ WOLLONGONO. * g ? ' ' ?? . & P ® ? ______ ; oj in 2 ' MORN. EVEN. - H. M. n. M. H. M. II. M ? Sept: -'22] , M ; . 5 ..50 -5 . 55 22 2 . 28 -3 . 6 i, 23 T .. 5 .49 5 .56 23 3 .45 4. 25 „ ? '24' W.. 5 . 48 5 . 57 24 5 . 4 5 . 38 .. 25 T.. 5 . 46 5 .57 25 G . 13 6.41 „ 26 F .. 5. 45 5 . 58 26 7.9 7 . 32 „ 27 S. J ,5 . 44 5 . 59 27 8 . 30 8 . 13 ji 28 Sun. 5 . 42 5 . 59 28 8. 58 8. 41 &j$ Jllafora fjtarg. 'MEASUIU3S, XOT MEN.' MONDAY', SEPTEMBER 22, IS 56.

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ANOTHER AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

ANOril&U AMERICAN DIFFICULTY.5'' !'''WBen»iwil'l«Amorooan8.-*learn..njannera5Ci-*W;bo- shall .teach-our-. ; iTransatlantict ? cousins -how to ^behave ? :.Hei'e is one of them who ; tried- vesterdayi '-in dofutneo even;of an etiquette modified to suit ; his-coiHitryinei'i,- to parade his repubIi:ctin::pernon before .thc.'Qileeu, - ; at her' lcveej-iu :a. frock-coat-, -liltick- .-neckclotbj and1' yello.w-';\vaist- . coat.-' '1 'hef-.'thmg itself-'was trivial, :bu,c-the,.objecjt-' was unmistak- - able. Ho wished to have it to boast --that dio had compelled' the Qu*jen to-forego the usages of her Court in -his especial - behoof. . He tried to accompkah this national feat under , the wing, Qf Mr. ; Dallas, who,vvhen appealed to, -Bupportetl'' hia countryman and. ^ left- tbe-Palace ln.a- pet'.*:.- :-V e 1 1-* ! ti fte r -? a 1 1 we'suppose her Majesty will- continue to bold' levesii in spite- of:M is .-Dallas'-s-' displeasure^ ? It ls'-yuarcely ! worth -wliileHo roirfuta ^ tl)G nh...

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THE ADDITIONS TO THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

: THE ADDITIONS TO THE. TARIFF. -;? The Premier will, on Wednesday next, move the following ^resolutions, in which are embodiod, tlie additional taxes and duties \j;' which lie proposes to levy. ? 1. That towards raising the supply granted to her Majesty, ? thero should , bo levied upon and paid by every wholesale . denier. in sj»nt3 carrying on business in the city of Sydnev, : . an annual;, license fee of fifty pounds ; and by every such , denier- carrying on business elsewhero an annvir.l'.lieense fee of twenty-five pounds; such fees to be paid, .on or ...before the . .3.1-si-day of Jnntmry in each year. ?; .2. That towards raising tlie supply , granted ,to her Majesty, ? jthcre should be charged, lpvied, .collected, and: paid, 'duties -. npon the following goods, ,-Yf-ares, and, .merchandize, imported into this colony, or, clewed, far home consumption, at the rates hereinafter mentioned, that. is, to. say,; — -1. Woods of alllcjr.ds jjot manufactured .into ;fjir,iiture . the cub...

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FORMATION OF ANOTHER SLIP IN THE BASIN AT WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

FORMATION Ql? ANOTHER SLIP IN THE BASIN AT WOLLONGONG. . The following is.tlie correspondence which. has. taken place be- ; tween the Chairnian'of theJ£.'.S; N. Company, and the Coloniab Secietary|s Office, relative. to^the excavation-, of a cslip, from - out' of fclie Quay ; also, the communication of C. T. Smith, Esq., C. C. L.,' to, tlio Colonial Secretary, and the Surveyor General's letter, addressed to.the Chajrmaii .ofthe-, Company, ordering tjie spspen of the -work. ' Memorandum respecting the Harbour of Wollongong,' and and the slip made by tho Kiama Steam Navigation , .Company in' the Quay there. 1-lie Harbour of ; AVolloiigong .was built .many years ago, and contains only one slip,: oi: place for. a. vessel to land cargo at. The consequence i&v that any steamer fretting possession of this slip .by a ])M0iJt^0^.TOimiii«tes,-is-able to .keep any-ot-her from load' infj pr unloiiding, except by means of' boater ' Such a .state .-pf ?tilings cannot ';but -he detrimental...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

?TnURSDAY. ^he.Tvhole.pf the Government buhiness was , postponed,; in order to allow thejdp.hate on* Mr. Hay's liiotibn to proceed. The order of the day for tho resumption of the! dphate being. called, '''.'.! llr. Donaldson sppke at c.onsi,deritble length'' in Support of th.pi . motion. jHe considered the honourable mpv'tr'rhad,^ 'dealt' ably with the 'gpneral subject, ana especially |hat,he-iad' .dealt tenderly with the case oi the present 'A ttorncy-GeneiMl . ihe. course taken Ijy. the' gentleman, at the/head pf the ! Government \vas one most reprehensible in every point.pf.view. 'Ihe Sjinisters had taken pSina '.b?fpre t,h?y .had .tleclared a .policy, , whereas himself and colleagues' laid their policy 'before ?tho country before they took the OTvths of ofHce or accegtiHi pay. ^ie could1 have formed a Min istry in (January last, but. he declined1 .because he coujd not forrji one whi9.l1 ' he conceived would -!b'e . entitled, -t'o.pijbl.ie confidence. , The present^Governnient sh...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

TO OUR READERS. In consequence of an unexpected influx. of a great .number of advertisements at a late hour., and. of our desire to give as full a .report as possible in our limited .space of the interesting proceedings in -Parliament, we are compelled to omit two leaders, country and colonial intelligence, and much other matter already'in type. As before intimated, it is our intention, At the termina tion .of tl\e present quarter, fto alter the shape and slightly increase the size at', the Muitc.uitY;' This will, to a great extent, -obviate the difficulties we at present .labour under, from the want of .space apd the inconvenient form of our paper.. We .would hope that the readers of -the ' Mercuhy ' v.'ilf .-bear with us 'for our shortcomings. Should they do[ K0, we will, by renewed' and ' increased. exertions, eiidea- . vour to supply them with the latest intelligence, and most interesting matter, in future. ;

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Mining news. STONEY GREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

., ;:'3ilraiira : Jlnus. 1 .STONE Y.CREEK. ..-? s(-From- the.- Empire'. s. Correspondent.) i Notwithstanding the.-nnfav.purflhle weaphor 'lateiy 'experienced i j-:;Jier© a great .qnari l.ity. of gold js heing .obtained; by .-.the miners, i VMore of the. metal hus Jiaeii . offered jbi;,.. sale duiiing tihe past..,;;week iJ.than at any^. fqrnio'r,., period. One st9rekeeper,-on i-Sat|irdayv last ^bought t.o-the 'extent, of £j;500,. .and could |iave;slia:d jjuoh-oaore v.if lift' luifi pnsK f,-.r .the nuroose. The. heRd.of the, Ginfer Crhek ,.;and the ridges aibqut ;ihe iron Bark ;I'lat are .attracting a great '/deal of attention. ...Surfacing has been sti;uek there yieldingvfrom j a pennyweight to a quarter of an ounce to.jthe .^ub. At Jiurrau ', dong ^uliy,.qn.jthe,^Iucl{awa, a rush togk,.plju;e diiring., the week, ,. whichi liowever, did :not turn out so,.weli ,as had been .. anticipated, . the -ie-l giving ,ab, cut .£.4 t(\£.(i per .^egk.' p.er -.man. At the ;.S6u!iilarv Creek and th...

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MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

. -1IISCEL L A N-EOUS .PARAGRAPHS. . A Young ,!5oT,Bifcp..— - On, the. occasion ofj.Ker Majesty t review ing the Militia Kegi.men.ts at Aldershot, she, to,ok particular notice ,. of a boy. or child, 'named Dyer, who .is in; ;the...biind qf the Royal South Glpcestershire Militia, and Je , on, ly s;z 'years old. A few ,_dayS ao-o, General -Ivnollys sent for the, band master, and, read a ? , -letter to nim,.wnicn ne iiari rec^ivou trom iter Mpjesty,. in .which . ahe expressed. herpleasure that a..bpy;.r,o small had . been brought ,-'«p to a military life, and sent him money Ato purchase sompthTng ,.'in remembrance other visit ; a sword ami , belt were accqrdin'-ly bought and presented to the ,.;Ji0e hero, with this insoriptioij ; -? ' This sword and belt were purchased wi,th,a sum. of.'.mpney sent by Her Majesty to^ Jonah. J^yer,. jnn., of the Royal South 'Glou cestershire Militia, aged , six. years, pn thejoccasion of her. review ing the troops at Aldershot Camp, -. April 19, . 1 856,...

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NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

?IvEAV EX.G LAX D G 0 LD FIELDS. {From- the Armidals E xpre33.) There js nothing new from the! Rockv. The, .majority of the diggers continue to do. well, and. although the late rains-were troublesome, mining operations ha.ve been steadily lemnied -with the weathpr. From .,- Cameron's, Creek and Oban the, news . is en couraging. , The number of diggers , in- both locfilities is increaue ilg

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ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 September 1856

ROCKY RIVER. ..(From the S. M, Herald.) . Tho following Js '(in extract frp.m . a let, tor.yeceiy.ed, in,, Sydney, .on | ^?Saturday, frcjni a (ligger :.^'- Mquiit:Jppesi Rocky River Diggings, | ':-NcV Etfglanili;':'-vi)ear -Sif^ln''co.mpliaiico' to ''yonr request, as .to ; the state of t]ie Rocky River Diggings, I w.ill try and give you as. .^prrect.an.pccqunt.as possi.ble. , ;iYe. uave ^unk one.shaft on Al.oun^J Jones; we went forty-two feet through tho rock, and ten , ieet through the sand, making it fifty-two feet in all ; we have driven torty-s.ix feet, and we have washed a great many prospects, iu some we got tho colour of gold, in others we did not. get a .ipeck. I da not mean ,ta say there is not gold here, or gi ve the place a bad name, for ;there are fiDme( parties doing. well and making a-. fortune here. -Eat. on. the, other nand^. I know a party that have funk ' eight siiafts, and not got the', colour pf it nt all. The gold runs very patchy here, in (ho .claims tljat are ...

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COASTING STEAMERS. (To the Editor of the Empire] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

' COASTING STEAMERS. [To the Editor of the Umpire] SiR—At the present time, when the various agricultural dis tricts of our colony are being rapidly settled, and when steamboat 'compiuwjcfr#pn,if- fiy,e,r$ AhY .becoming more and more largely iioraloped, it -jLs -high , time that something should ;be done, I do . ' noUay far '$e purpose of rendering such a mode of travelling agreeable, or ,p|eajsn(nt, but merely for the improving of it to such adeoree As that ladles (or if you will, females possessed of that delicacy without which all the charms of the female character .are Wantin'-) may travel freely without dear of being insulted, or of ftaving°their e^es assailedVitii .the most disgusting splits, and their cars with the most abominable profane or even obscene language. It is a notorious fact that the proprietors of many of our coasting steamer3 permit drink to be sold on board their vessels without any discrimination whatever, either as to quantity or any other thing. I am not a t...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

CALIFORNIA. By the arrival of the Star King we have San Francisco papers to the 6th August. The city was still in the power of the Vigilance Committee, bufc there.w.ere evident signs of itSj.speedy dissolution visible- This result was being brought about' by various causes. The arrest of Judge Terry for wounding one of the committee's policemen, in resisting the illegal seizure of a person then in company with him by Hopkins, has caused considerable excitement throught the State, and meetings have been held in various places condemning1 the proceedings ot the committee. A split has also taken place to some extent in the committee itself. From 150 to 200 of the members had been dismissed through the operation of a process called by them 'purification.' Some of the persons dismissed were captains of companies, and were, of course, cognizant of most of the secret proceedings of the illegal tribunal, and it is thought will be quite willing in revenge for their dismissal, to divulge the ...

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THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

TH# CRIMEA. (From the Journal de Constantinople.) Our accounts from the Crimea are of the 14th June. For some days the embarkation of French troops wa3 conducted with ex traordinary rapidity, and o'« an extensive scale. It still continued, but more slowly, owing to the small number of transports then, lying at Kamiesch. All the English vessels laden with troops has sailed directly for England. Others were expected to receive the 10,000 men still remaining there, namely, a portion of the 2nd Brigade of the 1st Division, a portion of the 2nd Division, U11U UIJO CIIUIIC Ul UIIC *rbll. J.1K7 JL1U1JU1I itlbClY 1JUU 1UU1 bUOCD VI cholera, and the English two, but the disease was of a mild charac ter. On the 9th of June General Lord Gough attended a grand breakfast given to him, and the officers of his staff by the Russian General-in-Chief. The greatest cordiality prevailed during tho repast, which had been preceded by a splendid review of the Rus sian troops. The General afterwards visite...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

SCOTLAND. The Government have resolved to restore in an appropriate and improved manner the portion of Stirling Castle known as the Governor's House, and including the historically nteresting room reepgnized as the scene of the Douglas assassination, whieh wa destroyed ''by fh-p'jasfc autumn. Between eight and liljio ji-'ch}e}c on the evening of Mondaj', the 30th of June, a band of men belonging tp the Renfrewshire Militia, while at the crpss of Paisley, took off tljeii' belfcs, and commenced a savgp attack on the inhabitants. A party of police were soon upon the spotj endeavouring to restore peace and good pr'jje'r? but they were all more or less severely injured i,ibont the face and head. The inhabitants then commenced a regular set-to' on the militia with all kinds of'mis§iles? sticks, and weapons, and the latter would likely have shared the worst of it', but for the timely arrival of a party of their comrade^ who came up, armed with their muskets and fixed bayonets. Bu£; instead...

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