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APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
APRIL 20. &nbsp; Mr. Robertson obtained leave to bring in a bill to remove doubts as to the rights of conditional purchase under the Crown Lands Act or 1861, to impound stock tres passing on their lands. The same hon. member subse quntly moved that the Standing Orders be sus pended, for the purpose of permitting the same bill to be passed through all its stages at one sitting. Mr. Martin opposed the motion, the only ground for which was, heshoswed, an extra judicial opinion of the Judges as to the necessity for further legislation, and from which opinion lie was compelled to dissent. The matter might safely and ii'operly be left over to another session, and be provided for by a distinct and com prelhnsive measure ; and the lion. member who had for some time had an Impounding Bill before the House, might have shown more energy in getting it passed into law. LNo necessity had been shown for the cx traordinary proceeding rnow proposed. The motion gave rise to a very long debate...
NEW ZEALAND. MAUNGATAUTARA EVACUATED BY THE REBELS—DESPERATE HAND-TO HAND FIGHT AT ORAKAU.—121 MAORIES KILLED, AND 33 TAKEN PRISONERS. —REPORTED DEATH OF REWI, THE REBEL GENERAL. — PREPARATIONS FOR BLOWING UP THE ORAKAU PAH, WITH SOME 300 TO 400 REBELS.— ESCAPE OF THE REBELS. Wellington, 7th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 April 1864
NEW ZEALAND. &nbsp; (From the Herald.) MAUNGATAUTARA EVACUATED BY THE REBELS DESPERATE HAND-TO-HAND &nbsp; FIGHT AT ORAKAU - 121 MAORIES KILLED, AND 83 TAKEN PRISONERS. ----REPORTED DEATH OF REWI, THE REBEL GENERAL. - PREPARATIONS FOR BLOWING UP THE ORAKAU PAH, WITH SOME 300 TO 400 REBELS.- &nbsp; ESCAPE OF THE REBELS. Wellington, 7th April.. I am h'-appyto. say that there is some really important news to send you bythe present mail.. M'aungaut:tri is in our hands, and the .natives, have made. off, probably deserting the plains altogether -for the present at least. In itself,.this evacuation of BIaungautatari may be looed upon as a misfortune, althou,_h it is in some respects a success. General Cameron was especially anxious to dtrike a blow before the end of th earn'paign, which might combine with shdrt pro. .visions during the winter to bring tlhe. natives to a better mind; This, the eva cuation has hindered, d, c, thi provoking part of the thing is,..that ...
THE LATE POISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
1*Tn &I E POISONING CASE. lhe case of Thoiaas Caldeeott Chubb, who was tried at Sydnicy, on a charge of adaiinistering poison to ,lis employer, James yus, ..presents features of unusual .sry. The fcts of the supposed at 'eit could not be given in smaller coin pass than ii tie swords of:ib r. Byrnes at the trial, namely :--"Prisoner was a con fidential clerk. hie was sitting at his desk when I came into the office in tile ifternoon af 2th J?lyl:l st. I sir tio figs tlere on. the taibles.aimediatply at the end where I wis in thie"labit of :tsiting. Prisoner was sittilttiath' sido of':thle same table. I pifiinht iftlhey wero :lis figs, he said tlie:iwoo. I- think I said' I will eat your figt ai ynou can cat my bun'-one which I iatihntl e oflic fo tr Ily lunch. .d i' were two drieds figs attached togaclthio`~sj c a r~.thbd thm and ate tile pp oe'; It -a opce proilucedia my throat eksLtae bitter ea&sS. I noticed tie taste as I sictillved it. '"cSid to the "prisoner that i...
GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
SOVERNMENT AD EltCTISING. * pr'. readers are aware that the Go. veri?lent liave determined to reserse all: advertisements for publication to the Syd jypsý4 |hp' ly, ngmaintter irhethei they pln erfcerence to- hocmetrolpolis or the d'n?? 1fdistiicts. Although a good deal mlaht be said against the ";course lthl`e'.[inistry has.-" 'd6ipted, ..wo have o?-iiihed from doing so for fui,-it might Je; iniigined that fron..direct, iersonal isierest we nrce opposedo& the neiv sys toit.. 'W-e bolieve, hd we e ir,/18 veiy ffut peoipl witlout' pr udieti; would, 'if they resi e,., ih s Tano; tli a-'s ian a iut to edtec' 'a well tosink,:tliink of calling fo gtendery in!he Sy`dnoy pnDors in prefereice to t loali journal and' the very saml larguinenfitolds gooAh.len the Goveinmont has wolik to:o 'donQ of' like naturo. It does look'ratheri albsuid to call for tenders in the Sydney paopler'for the repair of. a mile of road at do6noo Gdonoo, or the painting of a bridge at Bendemeer, when no noti...
THE MALLEE SCRUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
THE .IALLh E SCRUB. The 'Gardeners' Chronicle says: This portioni of the' suth-cnst part of South, Australia (about 9000 square miles in extent,) is one uniilterrupted waving lprairio of .'icaly.lns or Dunessd by the natives termed Malleo,) something like a bush willow in appearance. It colmmences about 100 miles- firom\the. south:east keremity of the coast, \nd goes on as fair as yet known, ,without sahy interruption,. to the jnoqth' and nortll, west boundary fprmed by the '?ivel Murray: It continues also on the other side-of the river. One road passes across it for about a hundred nuiles fiom the Tatiara country to Wellington Ferry, or the crossing place of the oMurray. There is also a small patch of grassy country of some porphyry ranges .about 26 miles within its edge, but beyond this it is con sidered impenetraible Occasionally,'h - ever, an adventurous settler has takenya few days' supply of water and provisio6hi -and gone fifty or sixty imiles beyond the nearest settlenient, ...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
ENGLL?SK. AND F ORIG2[6N ]?XTRATS?.A( An incident of some importance to pa t'rodobf. the fragrant weed was narraced bjy r. Layardw, lia stated that our Go veainut had, oael,~' applicatioi of France and Austria, cons~nted tih't the Governmen'ts of these ef uutries should p:ass a quantity oft' tobnacco through the blockadle odf thie Soutieriii' ports, with the concurrence of tihe American Govern mosnt; ljhithe transport of cotton for the lInefit oa:the distressed operatives in Lancaslhii wasa diffei:eht matter,,atild for such facilities no'aplipcation had been 21die. SThlie aninal ebilpotitidnf small boreo rifles, under the atispiuc oa the National Lifle Association, l is centienced at the Governmnent practice range, Wo6hlvich Arsenal. ?'Te competitors are aliiost ideunticeal with those of last year, tile only new nlamne bcing that of Mr. Mont Stormn. T.he 'fllowing are the gunmakers who iare, in accordance (wih the regulations, each furnished six rifles, and who have been entered as ...
ORIGINAL VERSES. ON THE DEATH, BY DROWNING, OF MR. F. BARNIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
r:MI~GINAL VESS:,. ON IIE JDEATII JOY DItOWy ING, OFf' P.. [We print the following ertd ?b bpartiraulr retuest.J Unrell thy bosom, O thoe trelrhorous er ek, Why case so many hearts to moern and werep i Thlou'st robb'd a wom?. o her trerunre here, And toek a father from two children deer. A father and a Imother too, am left to mourn, A sonrom themr thoue hlast untmelorn; ,er Ihothirardtid sistere too are ploed ti grf.i. Where can they tnd a tlheme to gl orelief " " Ohi let them pause: themre is a ltienryee not meou er s thomoeho ti Jis heopes rrei Cxrd oe heae - His greatest treasreer wras boypn l. e hitile rrerter rin under sin he I beI grief edtttiqhe lurkkening spirit hrave reoei; A~ ivhen by faitll he saw the blood-staiRned erosse, .II ermerr dreedewro bet as so meuch drosa oe thr rejoio'd in his Svioure Lerl, i ." IiHe,r ie?! panad, he love his riol t Vood-. , SCihoiiferhe rinorethred drgiirr -ryoe Thit liads tdiolifld.nd rverlerstir ' dr While ole the rmer way . teo,.lo g ahbro...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCOE. KIAMAA STEOAMI'ILbu? I MILlS. LiL't OtI '0IC100. " •*r or r-.c;. . d. Superfinri silk-dressed 1Floul, per ton 2. 0 0 Do.iter.lr 0,lbs;- ...... 0 .... 0 2G 0 Secondflour, pr ditto .......0.... 03 0 Maize Flour, .per ditto .....'....... 0 13 0 Maize, per bushel ..... ... . 0 . 6 Crushed Maize, per Imshol ....... 0 Bran and Pollnrd, ditto . 0'.1........ 0 1 0 - Wheat; rind Moaizs ircliased lor cash, or tallen.in exchalig tfor flour, or grist griul S : ' 'J. SHARPE ,i-:SONS. May 2,1.86t; ' . . '.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
SI?FALA??[EN IACE'S, 18t 19th, and 20th May. To come off, hrough the ual kindness of David Be y, Esq., n the old coui~se, Numba. Pirs s tl fir day, THE MA ID I AiTE of 30 sors., witlh s s e :- of 2 sovs. cach added, to ill orb e ~that never won:n adicitis prize at the timoeof. en trance second. hors' to rerive othe .s.e tstkcs; dis?titce, n milcs one eve o. w.eight for agc lrce ciitrances oro nc " Tefull ~programmei wi!l ·lieN41vertised sh tly l.' MOSS, K I:on: Secret ry. Notice. - : A ETING of Mr. n as es' Con. Smitt- will be hI at the Sfteam Pcket l ote on BSDAY, the 5th instnt,: at? ?lo .m., ibr theI purpose of 1iiall'y rynia Il matters connetetd with tlhat ge 's e so lection; end all si counits c ?ect tll L ith, nmust lie for worde nor befl e that e. Smnere of the dieiit 1-comnitittecs re'spectfully rseqeusted to i nd JOHN SHAIRP, airman. TOUR PENNY PAcXKE~TS OF t HARPERI TWELVETRE.ES'" Glyceyine Soap Powder; V And half a pbhnd of Soap are sullicient to wash Fifty qolnaete'rans ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
SYDItLEY MARTKEiS. The Sydney. papers of Satirday last re port as under:- (. £ si. d. "' " s. d. Flour, first, pai toi :.. 23 0 0 to 0 0 6 Do., Secoids, per ton .. 20 0 .. 0 00 Bran por'bislal of 20 lb 0 1 4 ..0 '0 Biscuit,'Cabin, perl1001b 1 6 0 .. O0 0"0 Ditto, Navy .. .. O 0'0 0 .. 0 0.0 teroad, per 21b lo af.. O 0 6.. 0 00 Hay,'per cwt .. .. 0 6 ..:0 7. 6' Grss . :... O 8 0 0 4 0 Tucerne .. .. . 6 O 7 6 Straw ... .. 0 4 6 ,.. 5 0 B ark , p er d o. " .. . .. 0 ' ..G : 0 , 4 9 Oats, 'per do. .. .. 0 4 0 0.. 0:4 6 1arley, per do . . 00 3 .. 0 4 0 daizo, per do .. .. O 0 .: O 3 2 Greon stuft poerdozen.. 0 010 ..0 1 0 Deope rlbt . .. 0 0lb .. 0O0 1. Oalves '. .. 0 10 0 :. 0 25 0 I[ilh cows .. .. 4 0 0 8 0 0 I[utton, per do.. . 0 83 ..' O 0 4 Porkpsrdo . . O 0 6,.. ,O 0 50 . Veal prdo .. .. 00 8 .5 00 4 Lamb par qr . . . 0 6- 0 : O0 0 , owls, per couple 0 2 .. 0 8 0 Ducks; perdo: .'. .. 0 4 0 . 0 '4 6 Ducks, wild, per do .. F 8 G .. 0 4 0 Geeseo, per couple ..0 6 0.. 0. 8 0 'turkeys, ...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
DECLARATION OF THE POLL:- - In spite of the rain, which at intervals descended in torrents during the day, and the fearful state of thle roads, 200 persons assembled to hear the official declaration of the poll. The Returning-officer, D. L. Waugh, Esq., being unavoidably detained in Syd ney, It. IH. Owen, Esq. acted for him, and stated that if any of the scrutineers wished to examine the documents, they were at liberty to do so. Exactly at 12 o'clock, dMr. Parkes made lis appearance, which was the signal of tre mendous and continued cheering. Immedi ately afterwards Dr. Hamilton entered, and was also loudly cheered. I. H. Owen rose, saying his position was a neutral one, hIis business being to an nounce the state of the poll, which was as follows : Hamilton Parkes miama..:......... 91 192 (Cheers) Jamberoo ......... 121 92 (Cheers) Shellharbor...... :52 1 (Cheers) Gerringong .... '65 '97 (Cheers) 9fO 405 329 Majority for Parkes 166 (Cheers) Who is hereby declared duly elected to re ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Wheat-Ss Gd to Gs Od-imported Maioze-s Gd to 3s 0d ditto-for old IBarloy, LMalting-s Gd to 20sd per bushcl. 'Ditto, Oapio--2 6l to 2s d lditto Unts-so Od to 3s 6d ditto .Bran--s Sd to Is 4d ditto Flour-lst, £25 to £0 per ton Ditto, 2nd-£23 to £0 ditto " SIay:,' licrneo-£7 Os to .8 'O ditto Ditto, Oaton--£7 to £10 ditto SPotatoes-Homo grown unsaleablo Onions-Ss to 10s ]lhttur-id.to ls-still very dull. Honoy--4td do . : " * SBacon--7d to 'd ditto . .lieese-5d to 6d ditto . . :.Eggs-ls 9d to 2s0 Odper doz. e Fowls-2s Od to 3s 0d per couple -Ducks--3S Od'to b Gd per ditto STuritiys-7s to 4s ditto Calves--10s -to Is - " , i ' Pigs--Id to Od poerlb Hides-is to 10s eaci ,'Tolbieco, Coldnial, Is d to ls G6 S GRAHIAM & IULUOLLAND, April 80, 1864. King-street West, Sydney,
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
Rtl I fWAYa AUOTION DEPOT. Fat Cattle: This market is comapletely gluttcd ailnd prices have receded to an extent that randers qeotations altogether nomisal. Fat sheeiip are firm sit my last reportel value. I lisavo sold 1000 of Gibson's (medislns quality). at'18s; sand 1000.of MIorico's at 16s. Thleseo last wore very primne. Fat" Shieep anrd Cattle: Demand moderate, prices unaltered, transactions few. Horses:-For good npstandirg colts there is a rsdasonablo demand for bothi drurght and ssaddle, but for weeds there are no enlquires. Milch Gows: Tile over-asupply still con tines, wrhich renders sales dillicult and unrre anuneirtive. Produice Sale (Railway Auction Depot) Thero was a complete glut of calves and lambs this oclweek. Thie former wvore, generally sletak Sing, much too large ansd coars for any market, more capecially for the holidalys, when tihe attendance of butchers is alrways limjited, and their requirements select. I have invarialy ondeavourcd to imrpress upon ny constil...
FROM A CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
iFrOOt A COl.oESiOEsT..) Our district has been favored by a visit from tlb Venerable Archlldeacon AlEncroe. The rcv.fgentlcnian sought the country to recruit his hiltli iantldenjoy ii few oeeks' repose. We trust tlhat his stay, thoiighishiort, will have oa beneficial elfect uIon himil.: While hero lio kilttly consented to deliver i lecture in colnnec tlon withi the Pyrco 3ltnliil Improvement So ciety, whilidh li accordingly did last Tuesday evening, at Nunmb.a. IThoughl the weoather was exceedingly uiinfivourable, the attendance was very large, showing tlint tlhe large Assembly Room, which had been kindly given for the occasion, would not have hold ill had it beei a fine evening. The reverend lecturer touched on a variety of silbjects in the course of his lecture, whicli was'of :a social character, in tended to promote'good feeling' and unaniinity amoongst the people. HIe'traced the course of Australia from his arrival in 1832, to the pre sont time, showing clearly tile changes that...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
HORSE MAIRKET. Mr. C. Martyn reports There havlo bon msny oenqluires for otrong serviceable brokoen-in horses, during the past week, particularly for well-bred, upstanding, young harness horses, and the market has in consequence manifested increased activity: The prices too have slightly improvel, and have ranged at from £15 to £40; light stoeel are, however, still next, to valueless. Thleo draft of fresh stock wvere sold since last report, viz: 22 head belonging to MIr. Charles MI'Alis tsr, at from £1 6s to £15; another lot at from £1 to £14; and a third draft of light and ordi nary horses at from £1 to £68
FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) A public meeting was held at Howard's Hotel, Terrara, for the purpose of consider ing the present system of commission agency. The meeting was numerously and respectably attended, about fifty farmers being in attendance. Mr. John Stapleton, sen., was moved to the chair. Mr. John Monaghan moved-" That the present system of consigning to Sydney agents, is not the most profitable to the producer." Mri Monaghan spoke at length in sup. port of the resolution, proving the disad. vantages of the present system, under which the grower is so great a loser, the profit on the labor of the producer being received by the Sydney agents and retailers. Mr. Aberdeen seconded the resolution, describing the SydhoyCagents as the "Egyptian Phardaii" in the crushing yoke they had colleolivclyin 'operation to bow doown the farmer in \the unsatisfactory manner they had actedifor years past to wards the agricultural interest, and- if something was not done, and that quickly, in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 May 1864
THE• . "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFIOE; MARKET SQUABO, KLM;"A ';' THE PROPRIETORS lbeg to inforn, the - Public of Jamnberoo, Gerringong, Shoal haven, &c., &c., that their Offico is replote with every description of the riostihodern PLAIN AND FANXCY T' PrE BoonES, &c., Which enables tlhem to xocute' work in a style equal to any other ollicdiii the Colony, with the itmrost accuracy nd despatch. .. . Plaiu and OrnamentoliPriinting, in overy arioety'and style, including- :. Pamphlets Law Forms Catalogues -. Business Cireulars Societies' Rules . ''Lbols Reports' " :"'Posters: .'o " .' S Billhbad s '"" - l-. H aiin dl.it:he Business Cards :. Promissory Notes: Leascs. A* ' greeoii'nts. .,o : They hope, by moderatce charges neatiess' and accuracy in thei execution ob their wvbrk;.. with ponctunlity in completilng orders, to se: cure a slhare of public patronage. LP.AIn tertis of.the piesent postal arrange mcents, Printing can beo forwarded to niy partt of:,the c...