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Parliamentary. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

^hrlifltnmtan}, g. (From the Empire' s Summary.) ' THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ; ; 'f Wednesday. . ? . The following gentlemen haying taken the, oath and subscribed the roll in the Legislative Council, took their seats as members Alfred James Peter Lutwyche, Esq. ; James. Norton, Esq. ; John Dickson, Ji'sq. ; and Charles Riley, Esq. . Mr. Fitzgerald rose to an explanation .in regard to certain allegations reflecting, on his character as a member of the Upper House. Mr. Johnson ana Mr. ijroauimrsDoujeisieu w»»jf ibibichto as to what had taken place in the other House, as it might possibly, lead to collision between the two Houses. The question that Mr. Fitzgerald be allowed to proceed was negatived on a division by 16. to 6. . : . . . _. ' Mr. Lutwyche gave an. explanation of his position in the House, and defended his taking office with the present Ministry.

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

TITLE' DEEDS. The following Title Deeds are ready for delivery at tho Sur veyor General's Office, on payment of the authorised fee. '?' ' : , .5 Michael Murphy, Kiama, 2r. (D. I-\ 15s.) . , .6 Edye Manning, ditto, 2r., d tto ! . '.;. 7 Ditto ditto, ditto, 2r., ditto .-'.''' '.. 8 Ditto ditto, ditto, 2r., ditto '''.. ? : '?'? 9 Ditto ditto, ditto, 2r., ditto ' 22 Samuel Moore, Camden, 320a.,-(D. F. £1 5s ) 140 James Ma'one, St; Vincent,- 40a: 2r., (D. F. £1) .177 Edward Murphy, Camden, ,40a., ditto 189 Thomas Maxwell, ditto, 54a. ,'(D. F. £l 5s.) V 229 Robert Miller, ditto, 3a., (D. F. £1) : 230 Ditto ditto, ditto, 2Ga.. ditto 387 Dennis Murphy, St. Vincent, 31a. h\, ditto ??'';.' ..14 John M' Lean, 'iiroulee, 2i\, ditto G2 William M'Grath, Camden, 50a., ditto '?'', G9 Bernard, Barney, and Charles M'Grath, ditto, ' 100a., (D. F. £1 os.) .88 James M'Cart by, St. Vincent, 40a., (D. F. £1 ) ' 93 Thomas M'Kenzie, Camden, 43a. 2r., ditto' . 94 Ditto ditto, ditto, 48a. 2r., ditto 99 Willia...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

? ?; .: ?'?';' TfiE'T^G'isLXMy^^iA^EMBLt/'1.'.;';' ? ., :? Tuesday;- ' . ? ; ? The Legislative Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. The adjourned debate on Mr. Hay's motion was resumed by Mr Wlliam Macleay, who contended that the appointment of Mr. Mar tin was the weak part of the Ministry, though in every respect the materials were bail. He should support the motion. Mr' Robertson shonld meet the motion with the most decided opposition. The present opposition were chargeable with all the irregularities which had taken place. They would not carry on the ° , ii ? !,.„„ mill iinw tlipv flul nnfc annear inclined, to governineno muniauii' «'« »^' ~»~j ? t-r- allow others to do so. , Mr Arnold also opposed the motion. They had not allowed themselves time to judge of the ministry by their measures. He believed the course ? taken was directly contrary to the course of parliamentary parties in England; and certainly the Jinglish principle of fair play had been lost sight ot. Mr Darvall ...

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

Friday. On the motion of Mr. Thomson a congratulatory address to the Queen on the establishment of peace was adopted. ; Tlie compensation for Witnesses Bill, after some discussion, was defeated by being ordered to be read a second time that day six months. . „ Mr. Johnson gave notice that he should at the next meeting ot the- Council -move, that in the opinion of the Council it would be ^unconstitutional to recognise any ; member as theor^an of the Government who is not one of the responsible- Ministers ot the Crown. ' ???.???? , ?? . .-,'? n ' m After the transaction of some further business, the Council adjourned at half-past six o'clock until Wednesday next.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

Visitors.— The following is the list of Visitors at the Royal Marino Hotel during tlie week', as furnished by Mr. S/Russett :— Mrs. and Miss Bray, and Mr. H. Bray, per the Illawarra ; Mr. Jackson and Mr. Arthur TiHeace, per the Kiania. Lam» Sales. — There will he a Sale of Crown Lands, situated at the confluence of Wattle Creek with the Cordeaux River, at the Crown Lands* Office, Berrima, on the 28th October proximo. There M'ill also be a Sale of Croivn Lands' on the 30th October, at Shoal haven ; the land i3 situated at the Turpentine l'ange, and at Yen injong, in the County of St. Vincent. Full particulars will pe given in um 'cau iaiuc f Rovn. ? The road leading from Wollongnnnr to the Cordeaux River has been Gazetted, and any well grounded objections which may exist to the formation of such road are to be transmitted to the' Executive Council within one month from this date (Sept. 23). A plan and book of reference shewing the intended line of road are depobited at the office of ...

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OUR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

/ - , \:i :::?:.' 0 Ult -EXPORTS.. 1 Thk exports for. tho. week ending on Saturday last from the port of Wollongong, by tho 'Illawarra'Vand ' Kiama' steamers, were M follow.: — By tho Illawarra and Victoria. Per Kiama. Butter kega ? ... 155 ...... 72 Kpir'5 — cases ... .... ... 11 ? 6 Wallabies— box ... ......— ? 1, Hidua ... ? ... , ... — .... 8 ITlour— bags . . ... .. — ... 30 Poultry— coops ... ... ... 3 . ... 2 lloiscs ... ? ... .... : ... 20 ? — Cabbage-tree— hands ... ..1000 .... 340 Bncon— sides ... ... ... 24 '. ... 4 Maize— bag3 ... ... ... 01 ? 51 Pigs ? ,6a ? S3 'Wild Ducks and Pigeons— paiis ... — ? 3 Jlilk— gals ? 140 ....'128 , '? - Calves1 ... ... .~ i ... a i ..'.. ,2 Brim— bags ... ... .. — ? 70 % Skins — bundles ... ... ... — .... 2 ? b.iga ... ..V''1' ... — - .... 1 Bark— load ? ,.'4 ). -v ... 1 .... — Jje.ither— bite ... ' ,r !t) ... 1 ,....— yeas— bass .. ... . ... 2 ? r . . . — Timber— feet — ?? ...2000 ' ? — ' l Tallow— cast . . i ... ... 1 ....'-— And sundrie...

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ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

JROCKY RIVER. [Frojn a Correspondent of Sydney Morning Herald.'] Sib — Having just returned to my tent after three days' inspec* . tion of the different diggings at the Rocky, I hasten to give you what little information I have been able to glean concerning them. On my passage up I met many returning, all of whom were loud in their declamation of these diggings, some even acknowledging they had never seen them, others that they had only stopped a day. Why they should condemn them without a trial I know not, except it is the hard sinking and want of. capital, for few of the holes, either on Mount Jones or Mount Wals|i., are above 80 feet, and many not more than 63 feet. The deepest shaft I saw was no ieet ; l saw one party wasntng as mucn as au oz. to me iona, and a party on Mount Walsh told me their claim was turning out 2 oz. to the bucket. Some of the holes have turned out very rich, but lately there has been many blanks, which seems to have dis heartened the miners, who in many c...

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

SHOALHAVEN. TfROM OCK OWN COUBKSrONEEXT.1 A public meeting was held at Mr. Hyams' Inn, on Friday, the 19th instant, for tho purpose of presenting Captain Noel, late commander of the Nora -Creina, with a suitable testimonial on his lemoval from the command of that vessel. The meeting wa- most respectably attended, Mr- Richards, ? Solicitor, occupied the chair. Several resolutions having been- proposed and agreed to and a subscription list opened, the meeting separated, a yen numerous committee was appointed to carry out tho desired object, and Monday next fixed for the committee meeting. The whole district with slight exception, appear to sympathize with Captain Noel on Ins removal trom tlie steamer, ami. it, appears, uuu |iuun of the owners to remove a gentleman so universally respected on so trivial a matter, as tho circumstances which they consider justified his removal. This the owners will regret when it will be too late to remedy it. The testimonial to Captain Noel, will be suf...

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Mining News. STONEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

::v-.;::^mtig';'^m';:-.-.-; ? STONEY CBEEK'. (From the Empire's Correspondent,) A general move of the diggers has taken place in the direction of the Iron Barks and the Wellington Road, and the stores are fast following. At the Iron Barks., tho surface deposits are yen general, and at present most are doing very well there, although no very heavy finds are being made, the stuff averaging about a E -enny weight to the tub. Some shallow sinking* iu the same ocality has been opened, paying good wages to those engaged in working it. On the Wellington Koad some good surfacing has also been struck, as much as five ounces to the load having been obtained : this, however, bv no means is a general thin-r. Alinuf. two miles njid a half from these workings there has just been a rush, at which six pennyweights to the dish has been got, but at present no opinion can be formed as to the extent of the ground which will pay for working. The old ground on the Stockyard Creek and adjacent gullies is ...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

Silmnrat' Itstritt % itfeHigfita. -..? : .'?' K1A.MA. ' ' Tfuom our own correspondent.] 1 Tea Meeting.— On last Wednesday the Rev. 0. /W. Rigg, o\ West Camden delivered a very interesting discourse in the \\es ' leyan Chapel, Jamberoo. -The day was fine, and the assembly kr'-e. At the close of the sermon, the company, numbering about 200, partook heartily of cakes and tea, of which the pro , vision was superabundant. When the tables were removed, the meeting was briefly addressed by the Rev. S. Wilkinson, the Rev. G W Ri-r.r. and Messrs. Vance, Waugh, Morns, and Black, lnere was a collection taken at the close of the sermon and at the brealt ' in'- up of the meeting, which with tho sum realised by the sale ot tickets,' amounted to £15, or thereabouts. ,., P Larceny —On last Saturday Patrick Kelly was brought before the bench, charged with having taken from Mr. Scott's tap-room, a small sum in cash and sundry articles of httlo value, llie 1 ' charge was proved, and Kelly was sentence...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

'(Dnpol fymtMvkm. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with tlio opinions of gentlemen availing theinselves of the opportunity of advo cating their views in this department of our j ournal ; nor can we underr taljo to' iusert. aijy cotnmuuicatiou no.fc haying the writer's name and address attached thereto-^-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.— Ed.]

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(From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

(From the Maitland Mercury.).,' The First Gold Escort.— The first northern escort arrived in. Maitland on Sunday, bringing down 3500 ounces of gold from the Rocky Iliver, and leaving, as we are informed by one of the mem^ bers, a large quantity behind. In new undertakings of this nature the arrangemeuts are at first generally found' susceptible of im* provement ; and the result of this first experiment, nothwithstand mg such drawbacks, is therefore very encouraging. There were two other causes also tending to reduce the quantity of gold brought down. The late rains and consequent floods having caused an accumulation of letters, and the heavy loading of the mail-cart, at Murrurundi, the escort was delayed on its journey up, and was therefore able only to remain one Eight at Armidale. The news of the establishment of the escort preceded its arrival by ? so short a period that the diggers were scarcely prepared to avail themselves of its advantages, and many of them, we hear, bronght t...

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING. 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

Z?!:':'':€immmkl 3ttWligwt .. ' i . SYDMA MAHKrTS S-viuKDAY Evening. 4V£ o'Clcick. & s: a. £ s7 a. Flour ... ... ...? 20 0 ?O'td26 0 0 ?Wheat, por bushel . - ... ... 0 8 0 0 9 0 Muizu ... .. ... ... .0 3 3 0 3 C Oats (Scotch) ... ? ... V ,: ;.. : 0 5 0 0 5 G liurloy. (English) .... ... 0 i o 0 4 0 Potatoes .(pur ton) 2 10 0 3 0 0 ai Onions 0 It 0 10 0 ,,, r Hay, por ton (oitcn) 8 0 0 9 0 0 * i Lucerne 5 30 0 0 0 0 B irk (scarce) . ' . 8 0 0 9 10 0 1'iga (plentiful) i 0 0 5 0 0 6 i, Calves... . 0 10 0 1 o 0 , l'owls, pur pair . 0 4 o 0 4 0 i Ducks '..080 090 i Geese ... ; ..... 0 ]0 0 0 11 0 - , . Xurkoys . , \ 0 12 0 0 1& 0 Buttor, 1st1 quality (in demand) 0 16 0 1 0 4 Ditto, inferior 0 10 0 11 Cheese (colonial) - 0 0 6 0 0 7 » r, l'£gs- per dozen (plentiful) 0 0 10- 0 0 10 ',, , Ltrd... .??, . .006 007 Hams .. 0 0 10 0 10 Buoon (in domaud) „ 0 0 9 0 0 M Cabbage-treo.p i lOOhanJs 0 12 0 0 15 0 „ .. : ? ARMSTRONG. AND PULLER. . Commission Agents, 23, King-street West....

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THE RAILWAY MADNESS. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

TUE RAILWAY MADNESS. {To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) Sir — I crave yonr permission to call attention to a matter which seriously concerns the people of this district, in common, with a very large portion of the rest of the colony. I allude to the Governor General's schemes for the extension of railways, and other, unprofitable public wo.rks, The following facts ought to be generally known. First. — Upwards of one million and a quarter have lieen spent on three railway lines^-tke Sydney and Parr.amatta, the Parra* matta and Liverpool, th.e Maitland and Newcastle, in #11 thirty nine miles. Second,-rr-The Pafratnatta line, which is the only one working1, and which, runs through the most densely peopled part ot the whole colony, has hitherto been a dead loss; ifc has now been a year open, but returns of its receipts have been published only for „ the first nine months ; by these returns it is shown that this lino V; . of only fourteen miles costs the colony £22,S3u per year. I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

Married. At Jerrara Vale, on Tuesday, the 23rd instant, by the Rev. S.     Wilkinson, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Andrew Nelson to Miss Catherine Blakeley, both natives of Ireland, and from near Irvinestown, in the County of Fermanagh.

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Local Intelligence. ILLAWARRA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 29 September 1856

fntnl SttWltgetttt. ? ILLAWARKA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the members of this society took place on Tuesday, according to advertisement, at the Illawarra Hotel, for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year, and transacts ing other general business. C. T. Smith, Esq.,- J.P., in the*' Chair. The Chairman having read the advertisement calling tha meeting, observed, that ho thought it desirable that a change should take place in the officers for the ensuing year, as an in fusion oi' new blood was desirable. Himself and Mr. Brown had held their respective offices for several years ; they had, especially Mr. Brown, all the care connected with its working, which they had cheerfully borne, believing it to be for the benefit of tha district; and he thought the time had arrived for a change,- and under that impression he would suggest that Mr. A. Thompson would be a fitting substitute for himself. Mr. A. Thompson said, that he could not exactly agree with the latter part...

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Sydney Prices [?] (Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

itjtej ( Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) '1- Ales— English, per lilid ..' .. 8 10 . .0 to 9 . .0 O' J'' Bynss's, per dozen .. .. '0 8 0 0 8. (» I Alsop's, ditto ? 0. 8 0 0 9 l 0 I Arrowroot, per lb ? . . ' 0 .i ' O 0 0 0 | Ditto, Manilla .. .. L. 0'' 0 5 . 0 0' (- a Bacon, per lb ? \: ? 0 0 9 . 0: 0 10. i Bags,;! bushel, per doz. ..' J. ,'0'17 0' 0 18 0 i Gunnies heavy, per dozen .-'! 0 ' 7 G- 0' 8''0 ''J Bark, per ton ? . ; ^ = *8 '0 0 10 0 r I Beeswax, por lb... .. .. 0 0 7- 0 0' 8 ' i Bluestoue, ditto . . 0 0' 5 0 0 G 1 Bread, per loaf of 2 lb. 0 0 6 0 0 7 i Bricks, English, per 1000 3 17 0 4 0 0 ' i Butter — Fresh, per lb. .. .. 0 1 G '0 0 0: -'B Irish, ditto . . -. . 0 1 3 0 ' 0 0 ^ -§ Cork Rose, ditto .. - .0 1 ' 2 - ' 0 1 ? 3 \I American, ditto . . .. '.. 0 1 0' 0 '1,1 \| Dutch, ditto 0' '9 '00 1(^ fi Bottled Fruits, quartz; per- doss.. O il 0 0 12 0 | Candles— S]ierm, per lb- ;. ; :i'.. 0'« 2 0- 0 2;-3- 6 . Belmont, ditto : ... .0: .1-, -3 ,., 0 '1 4 I Moulds, ditto .-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. — ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? ? ? r S S I1I0H WATER AT 3 « « ?^50ttios0.b«0. t y- J ..! la' VOODS, I ?1' consisting of tie-newest, 'Styles In Dresses— Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, &c, . Sqnare.iind Scarf Shawls ???'???? Visiles ? ? . Parasols c 4- ' Bonnets, Hi bbons, Flowers - ; v i ^ HuMislnrU ami Collars ? . -'- Tuth llie usual stock of . , . i v j- ;; 1 MANCHESTER GOODS, i CLOTHING and SLOPS. BOOTS and SHOES at A GREAT REDUCTION, ,, - ..-??? Groceries, ,-,--v 'WINES, &c,. &c., AT THE -LOWEST. 'POSSIBLE PRICES, AT IIOLROYD'S WOLLONGONG STORES. 1052 ? , . Post Offlco, General Stores. T; HO UBS, begs to inform tlio inhabitants of DAPTO, . 'MACQUARIK RIVER, nnd . tho surrounding - t- ?? ? . ..districts, that he is now opening n very huge ussort ? - -'l ment of , v - -? . Drapery, Haberdashery i; . 7 ' ?'-. Hosiery, Groceries, - . j ' ? . ? Ironmongery, Saddlery, :? .?? -j0': w -Tinware's; Earthenware, ? 5 ? American Buckets and Tubs, ? | r- ? Nogrohead Tob...

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(To the Editor Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

/ (Toilio BJitw.warra iTorcury.'^ , SlM psrcdve ot Monday last thero 9K isn.letlitfliined .'iik,' nnd which, unnoticed, ;9S) miglitW \ntjtidicinliers of the Shoalhaveii steiinieu. Jij3 inif-l«keiiess is permitted on 'Ha; 1 u, *' . * fwat exlit ? proprietors from ^ the i'gM«lteiidai)ttypon.''tfriP«.salo of wines »'[ ®li, iiiiii; atitie*. i! ' [Hp lh«msiier is, irs hayo never in #. remoU; wnv |ICCM j^ch dealings, nor efn eMB Ui thetJim,„. viotn'r vessels. Tho lioJfi in thebids of i he ds, whose duties aitjfgi attoniii t|le perfect' their cabins, anfilia 1 .'.Mffl comtortf iia^pntr^ration of which . /hoy lam 9 are perittJAf u,|je to sell .various but tittw^. provisio-- «HH -r^rvisited as it has - J ate dismissal. t' ; The proprietors have irmn liently a very superior ( continuo to increasu t It 7'^^^

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(To the Ed[?] Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

(To tlio Edi-.- Illawarra Jrorcury.') I * r.DiTOR-1 'eforome ybur paper, con, ' f p a copy of «ned C. T. Smith, C. L C ' 'H and , ressed to th Colonial Secretnrv. ThiJ 1 preaMe of said 1 forth most respectfully I thatleluiimaS.^ have caused ('distrusting I ? /J P^styefcoir the wharf ; he uppeuri* gll to Ignite olbiviowi tlmt tho rival company II havwd one also ; t of not such recent date. ^ !: 16 '''3 tho G.i timo it wns built that ho I M ,i report it: ware these enclosures nro M nnsi;|ly, but quiles fact that tlioy must bo ' W consii-ed ns 'neca' Still we cannot- divert ^ M ounnds of the that, 'independent of ths /-MS stenilrom the j/tfso smell a 'rat.' Turn ? IjjM we In the 'styc-,'onery of tho wharf. Ho '§|1 says'it was not ed in the original plan to HH haveslip on the ij Does Air. C. T. Smith, 0. ll, think thii'.rld system is always to' rule flint- wo nre ii in 'shorts,' and' that ! becam slip was mtcd on that side of tho ' basiiiixteeii or eijl a|;o, as a reason (now / thiiti p...

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