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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
WEEKLY CALENDAR. i` 0046or iho Wak. n Sunset. Mo 's DWyo thall etdavou t~o plshadipatch to oUhr s in t tO rae6 21 20 WEi)NESDAY-. ,, 2's 6 37 r 19 I 21 T U DYRSDAY 28 I3. 26 18 22. FRIIDAY ..... .2, 6. 36 137 23 STU DA ..... , 30. -5 238" 5 -1 24 SLONDA o.. y 1 6 39 5 16 25 OND~Y .... . , 2 6. 39 4? 6.1 ' THE ." :I(IJAM INDEPENDENT. WVL shall CndCavollr to publish nod dispatohi to o rsobscrlter's in the clctoratt, a slipt con1 toiniogn tliu nominations and otlicr olectioncor ing mems. on Thursday odrsiing noxt. TUESDA Y;, APRIL 26, 1Si,4.
PRESENTATION OF A FAREWELL ADDRESS AND PURSE TO THE REV. T. ANGWIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
PRIESENTATION OF A FAREWELTL AD DRESS AND PURSE TO THE REV. T. ANGWIN, On Monday evening, lth linst., the mem hebors of the Wesleyan Church and congrega tion at Mudgee met, for the purpose of proe senting tile Rov. Thomas Angwin with a farewell address, together withl a purse con taining forty guineas. The service com menced with singing and prayer. The rev. gentleman then revietred thie progress of the church lduring his pastorate, and ear nestly atldvised thle members to unity and activ?ity so thant the circuit might continue to prosper as it had hitlherto done. The following ftroewell address was then read by Mr. Conway: "Rev. and Dear Sir,--Weo thIe under signed residents of Mudgec, and members of your congregation, cannot allow you to depart fromnt alnongst us without somne ex pression of our high esteem for you, and deep sense of your zeal and seif-denvinrg efforts in aid of that great and glorious cause in whlich yon labour. " Thlree years have clapsed since you first ciame a...
GARDENERS CALENDAR. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
GKRDERN R S CALENDAR.' FIOL bSow b b toOn,. , b;ond beoas, 0rrots0, rlooor, Lu rooO and alt lo dso.f goasseeds. Finibsh'chuttlnt ' luO .hotItOin to0000o and cottoa; top doo.oo paatuo.?; cur :anOd storo mizeo ltboesot,.soo ghon' aod. other- mtillets, Frloorve tho satlk oflt, a w ola in,:m zc,:for wioter fodder for owos, &r., uolles It is intoonldd to do 0sugar; this being tile proper tima tar ltho optrattoa. Vl.??rtr.-otommeun eruttingcin oe towardtsthonad of tlo 'n otlh If suoiotlotoy roltpned; alnunedtatey after rhlbto tile land may ba puavertsod by tho grubbor or ploaugh. .tOPcoaad.--Gatoer Into peach, pluan, oppls, ·and pnrs. Woed, oooo sool buat voad deop digingt until noat nontht. Potoet frtlt fm00 birds,' Tbtlflnd praoo ornge troer . Comnrne plouttog osOb, lotlat, nud otttr ovorruen tre0s.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
ENGLISH TND FOREIGN EXTBACT8. (From tile Hlome Netsi of 26S/h Febi;'ar3l). AN ilstaie of . tlihe generosity of the Prince of Wrales hias jist. occurred. -Ai coastguard man was accidenoitally dirowned in a heravy sea, at Pett; wliilst atteinptin' to save the life of a man who was left.help. less in. afishing sinick. lc Tihe6 Prince on being iinforined of the .circluinmstances, for-" warded a cheque .of. £50 to thie widow. A sUvmiaY aof tihe nnmber of persons whose names lhave appeared in tlie obituary of thle Tiltes during the month of January,' 1864, and whoso ages. were 80 yeirs, and upwards:--From 80 to 90, 128; from .90 :to 100, 29; above -100, 3 total, 160. United ages of th1 above, 13,694 years; average ago,' 85 712 of these the nmailes werd 78; united ages, 6681; averageeage, 85 .7-12; the e females, 12; united: ages, 7013;, average age,85.6-12. - Te. renovation: arid repair of Lincoln cathlsdral iirbeing steadily proceeded with. .?Nearly the whole of the south side has ibeen ...
POETRY. THE EMIGRANT'S FAREWELL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
SPOETRY. HWH EMIGtRoiarT's A AIbWELTa a.. arweli. faroewell, most noble heartn aFrwell old friends and true onee! We'll no'er forget our frlendship's debt, Though e'er so oon we've new ones ' W!ll ne',r forget in sunnier lands The dear homo of our childhood, lThe hill we elomb,the meads we ran, Our ruambles thro' the wild waod; liut memonry, with fund embrace, Will cling to days too bright to last; And Time's rude haand solll not efface Lo'rd recollections of tile ist. We'll turn to youlth's ambitious days, cWhen moed by worlthy e ullatlon, We strove and fondly hoped to win An earliyy way to rank and station. Our golden dreams once more staitll come, With their alry castle building, Once more our consciousness eturn, Toa lad them gone with ait their gilding Bo memory, withl fond embrace, Will cling to days too bright to last; And Time's rude hand shall not efTnace Laev'd rcolleotions of the past. And when, perchanae, successecrown With rich results long years of labor, olest Plenty ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
Flour! Flour!! Flour!! !l HE price of l best Silk-Dressed FAdelaide at the Victoria Store :- / s. d. Ton (2000 s) .........25 0 0 Half-ton 0 bs)....... 12 10 0 Single b so100) lbs... 1 6 0 _- G.AF. L: FUOLLERl. AMA. SCHIOOL OF ARTS - Lite ? ciety. 1T ENRY P. ! Esq., will delvier I an ades , at the "chool of Arts. Kisiom. TO-MO tR~l 1 ( NcsDAY), at "7 o'clock, p.m. Subiect :-' Eng nud after 20 ye hab. sence. J. REDFORD, Hon. 880. TheoGreatest Medical Discovery of the -- . ..p ~ . .?. -- : f PERRY,S CORDIAL BAL3M OF SYRIA. CUMf, D ESTORES the impaired powers of life .L L when exhausted by the follies of youth. maturity, or old age. It is a cer tain cure in all cases of nervous debility prodoced by early imprudence, and various other causes, spermatorrhana, exhaustion, incapacity for society, study, or business, indigestion, shortness of breath, dimness of sight, giddiness, cholic, bowel and bilious :liver complaints, constipation and relaxation, dysentery, asthma, jaundice fever, lumb...
MR. PARKES AT BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
MR. PARUKES AT' BRAIDWOOD. Part of th spedch delivered by Mr. Parkes, at the banquet at Braidwooda, from the Braidowood Oberver : ~ : :; Opposition was specially invoited as?.checklr against thie abuse of conastitiition'il govern mioont, and he for oeie should not denime eveh if he hold:a high office of Stats to possess the command of.or to goverri a pDocld llioose of: ilmbeciles and tools. Were heoat the head 'of the Government lihe shlould be gld to see motd equal to himsielf in opposition. HI 'should feel that his hIonor, his dinity, his.powver, hi. name, androputation Wvoldlhe enlanced by having such men pitted againist him. He strongly condemned these gentlemali for de sorting the cause of the country in its hour of utmost'need it nsis their seccession which led the institutionse of the colony into disrepute, and opened out-the carcer of a member of Pirliaunent to'those who causetd deeply seated disgust ini til nisids of others agoinst enter, ing the Pirliancdita ry arena. Tile...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Q I~N CONBRa.-Fartoo savage. ONas wHo KNOWS TnlE DocTou.--lejected as an attack on private and domestic reputation. AN OLD ,ERVAIV T OF Da. H.-- Thie court is your remedy, not tlhe Independent. A CREDITOR OF DR. HlAMIr.TON.--CarnoL insert your letter--tle exposure you wish woold be as certain, andl far mnore to the purpose in the form of a report of Petty Sessions. Our hionds to thle south will pardon our 'tbpparent neglect, which we assure tlhern is entirely in consequence of a press of eletioneering matter R. W?rLson.-Your conmmunication next weeok. FaREr AND INDEIPSENDENT EiLECTOR.-T?O?O late.
SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
SERMONS. (From the. Cornhill lMagazin!e f.o:, Tanuary, 1804.). The preacher--lhe is usually young mounts the pulpit, every lhair in every curl, and every mntion of Ihands or eyes, being arranged with. aviewtooeffct. He then begins, gets through the hymns, Scripture-reading, and prayer, and buockles to for the grand achievement-the sermnn. It has a text certainly, and hlie deliversit with energy; then hursts into a conti nous stream oflanguace. Mere language -nothing more; a farrago of similes, epithets, adjectires. cquasi-soliloquies, andl scenery pictures (ohl, what daubs they are !) heaped together in unconnected confusioln; sentence after sentence threaded on, bearing not the slightest relation to each other or to the text. And often,. tlhoulh headed with a text it is scarcely a religions discourse at all, but a strin of sentimental nonsense, into which is dragged, for illnstraition or embellishament, every conceivable subject in urt, litera tore, or science, with which the vnung...
KIAMA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
rIAMA ELECTORATE. Dr. Hamilton; addressed the electors at Mr. Cosgrove's Steam Packetl Hotel simnul tancously with.tho ..proceedings above, so that your corrspolident's ubiq ultonh powers would not'admit of his attending at the carly part of the address. Captinin S. Charlis vas in the chair. The.attendtlineo was very large. • Dr.l Hamilton Said the Council had done wrong in crocting the jetty, instead of blasting the bar at .tle entrance of the h'arbor. (Mr. T. Fenwick : Don't censure .ho i ouncil.) He had no object in'being electted only to benefit the disirict. iMocd .by h Mr. D. 'Hartigan, tlat Dr. .uimilton is a lit and proper person to reo present us in Parliament. An amendment was. moved bj Mr. 3. Wilson, That Dr. Hamilton is not wor'thy of a single volote, especially after the miser able address he had just delivered. The amendment was declared to be car ried by over 2 to 1. °Di-;'t1amilton's friends appear to be very energetic. A comnmittee was appointed to secure the rcturn...
SHELLHARBOR. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
SHELLHlARBOIF. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) PUBILIC MEETING. A well attcnded public nmeeting of the farmIers 1and 1)parties interested, waIs held at Mr. Martin's, Settler's Arms Hotel. on Thursday evening, for the purpose of peti tioning Government for seed lwheat for this ipart of the district. SThe Chairman of the Municipal Council took the clhair, and in expnllnation of tihe imovement said, that the repeated failre in the crops had ~tduced some of the farmers to such poverty as miade it absolutely ne cessary for somuething to be done. The Government lhat'ssisted other parts of the colony, and he had no doubt of their assist ing thetms. He did not like Iboteing. but that was better than land lying idle and the pLeople starcing. Mr. H. Dunster moved the first resolution as follows :-' That the needy condition of tho farmers in this part ofthe Illawarra dis. trict, renders it expedient that Government should be applied to for seed wheat bfor this season's sowing. Tho resolution was sec...
PUNISHMENT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
PUNISHMIENT OF DEATH. (From the Herald.) On Monday evening last aL lecture on this subject was delivered in the Hall of Teonporance, Pitt-stroeet, Sydney, by Mr. FrdderiLek Lee. The chair was occupied on the occasion by Mr. J Lucas, MI.L.A. Tlhe attendance was not nunecrons, owing probably to the chlrge of admittance, one shlilling,tbeing rath'er more than the poplularity or interesting subject of the lccture would warrant; although it was mannounced that the proceeds would be de voted to augmenting the fiud.now being raised for the relief of the distressed agri culturists of the north and south. Among those present were AIr. Pluukett, M.L.C., and MIr. Harpur and 'Mr. Sutherland, MI.L.A. Tile chairman, with a few re marks, introduced MIr. Lee to the audi ence. The lecturer commenced by say ing that hlie had drawn much of the sub ject maltter of his lecture from the works of cleverer men than himself, and in the first place denied that. the passage in Scripture, " Whoso sheddoth 'uan...
RUMOURED ABDICATION OF THE QUEEN. Paris, February 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
nrUOQUEr D A3DICATIONOF THE ' QUEEN. Paris, February 21 Tlie .?,emoial .Diplomatipie says: Tho rumours about the abdication of Queen Victoria are beginning to assume ~consistency. To lier grief at the loss 6f hIe husband is now to be added that for tlih ? GrniahDanishl conflict;, which di vides .the royal family into two hostile camps, and increases the coonfusion that already existed in thne mind of tile Queen. Lately, at a private council on thIe Danish question, the .Quc n declared tlhat she would do nothing without consulting Prince Albert. She retired to her chlamn ber. On returning, shle said that the Prince had promounced against tile war. Other similar facts suggest thie idea of establishing a regency. The increasiug popularity of the Prince of Wales makes it likely hle will be appointed to the post. Publio opinion desires tile Qucan's abdi. cation in his favour. Thile stay of the Prince of Wales at St. Leonards, instead of at Osborne, ,mdds probability to the re ported divi...
DR. HAMILTON BEFORE THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
DR. HAMILTON BEFORE TIlE ELEO. TORS. As per advertisement, Dr. Hamilton met the eloctors in a room at the Steam Packdt Hotel on Tuesday, the 190th inst. Betweeoon sixty and seventy assembled to hear an ex position of his political views. Mr. W. Vance being moved to the chair, introduced Dr. IlHamilton, tho. purport of whose speech, as flh" as we could lanr' it was as follows :--Seeing an advertiseoment of the resignation of our late member, and being spoken to on the sulbiect by soveral friends, hle decided to olfer hiinself, so stirted at once, intending to retire in fiavour of any of the falnilies of Marks, Grays, Kings, or Captainl Charles; but as all these refilsed to stand hle would. It dcid not re quire much ability or political exlperience to be our representative, anid he, bcing well acquainteld withl the requirements of the district, Ilattered himself he shloull le nable to represent us satis;lihetorily. -le would see that a better systemn of masagement was adopted in carry...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
WE a"re,:Of course, w0ell. xaare that that the conductors of a local journal run mminenit risk of making enemies and losing frienlds; if in a juincture like the re sent one--we allude to tlh: eleution-ty express a strong opinion on either side. W' livie; .not?vithstanding; too deei a sense of thi importaince of the ocuiasionu; to let it pass with any althctation of inipaytiality, or any showof tisdiference. lo W e 10 ot attempt to preservie any incogeiito ; and our personal experience has already given us'some inti motion of the danger alluded to above. A faes evenings since, as we passed along the street of a villhige some sit or seven miles fromn Kiama, we were accostedbyapot-house politician dii his'way'fiorn the tavern where he hid, we believe. bceir"' boozing" witli: his favourite candidate..' This :worthy, thldugl' himself grieeously in want of ". ilatiterial suppdrt" at the time, expressed his. fiery in dignation at :our mild amnti-Hamiltonian paragrapli in' our last, and. ei...
FRIDAY. (John Marks, James Colley, and A. King, (Esq., on the Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
(John Marks, James Colley, and A. King, (Esq., on the Bench.) David Ross was again brought before thre Bench. The Berrrna warrant waspro duced. ItRemanded to Berrima. Mi. J. Iloss, ftather to prisoner, applied for his release on bail, that he might escort Iris son to Berrirna himseltf. Thie B3ench decided that in this case a poirt in law prevented tlhem according to the fatlher's aRpplication.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. (Messrs. Chapman and King, J.P.s, on the Bench.) SMITH v. GOHEGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
ICLLffA POLICE 'COURT. .1 TUScDAo, APRIL 19. (Hessrs. Chaplan aund King, J.P:s, on the LBencih.) sMITr V. GOOIEOAN. Itippeiai'edthnt pilaintiff caught defen daiit in the act bf taking split timber and otheli niateriils, thde?.lniound parts of a slihed, thoepioporey o1: pidutiff; fr'im the primises lately occupied by Ir. Hughes, of which plaintiff is owner. The ddfpce was that he (Golihdgan) had. liot thi property in question.l . I?r. Robert Walker and Mr..George Hunt, proved that defeidaut liad bougltit for LOs.; and that ifuaglhes, the late toeluant, sold it and took the mnouney for it. Case dismissed. A young man nanmed David Ross, of HaLcquarie, appreheUlded by senlior-con stable Young, on a charge of stealing cattle, the property of Jolhn Dale,, Berrimna, was again remandaid Ifor the predcation of tihe warrant for his apprehlension, issued by tihe Icrrima Beunch.