Elephind.com contains 220,622 items from Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
COMMEIROiAL INTELLIGEN?G E. KIAMA STEAM FLOUl MILLS. "L 'S,'.7 ' ,I81' OF 'li'lOiS.. . d. Suporfine- silk-dresscil Flur, per ton 25 0 0 DbO,; "r 100 Ibs. '. ......-... 00 2 Second flouri, ur ditto ........... O 23 0 "Maizo Flouirppr ditto .......:..0... O 13 0 Maize, porbusliul . -.. .' .. ... " - 4 Crushed. Maie,.oper luslol ........ O 5 0 SBran andPollnrd,ditto:.... ...;.. 0 1' ' irS Whealt and Maize purlcl sed for cash, or taken in oxchange for flour, or grist gritid mgS J. SHAUP &SONS. May 9, 1861. * . ' . ,-.
SLAVERY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
SLAVERY IN AMEbRICA. (Front the sVew t ork Tribune, Jan. 21.) That slavery is on its very last legs in Maryland, we presume no one will deny. The slaveholders give it up, finding the attempt to retain and profit by their chattels under existing circumstances a losing business. Slavery in Maryland has long enough been exhausting her soil, retarding her progress, diminishing her population; but all this availed nothing. But at atlength it has become a burden to the'slaveholders, and they will make short wol'k with it. It cannot outlast the cur rent year. When it dies, slavery in Delaware will be a tree without roots. It must speedily vanish or be sumnmarily cast out. West Virginia has substantially freed herself from the scourge. She had but a few thousands of slaves in 1860; she has practically none now. This good riddance she owes to the rebellion and the civil war. The loyal portions of Old Virginia are practically slaveless. The President exempted most of them from the purview of ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
SYDNEY MAlIIIETS. : . The Sydney papers'of Saturday last re port as under:- S .. : , s. . £ s. d. Flor, first, per ton .. 23 0 0 to 0 0 0 D'o., Seconds, per ton .. 20 0 0 .. 0 0 Bran per lijnslal of 2Q0 b 0 1 l .. 0 0 0 Biscuit; Ualin, porl00lbs 1 6 0 :. 0 0 .0 Ditto, Navy-. . . . 0 20 0 .-.: 0 0 . Broad, per, 21b lof .. 0 O0 ob. 0 0 Ha-y, per cvt '.. . 0 6 0 . . 8 0 iGrass, .. .. 0 4 0 .. 0 'Lucerne .. .... - 0 .. 0 7 6 Straw ... .. . 5 0 ..'0 0 Beark, pei do. .. .. 0 4 6 .. 0 4 0 Oats; par do; .. .. 'O? 46 ..:0 0 0 Barley, per'do '.. : 0 8 . .0 0 0 Mlizc, per do .. .. 0 0 .. 0 6 2 Green oustuff per zon .. 0 0 l0 .; 0 1 0 IBeef, per lb . 0 0 0$.. 0 0 10 Onalves .-.,- > 0 10 0 .. 0 20 U AMiilch co;ws .. ..' ' 0 0 '.-8 0 0 * iuttol,,ipcl do ..0:.- .. O0 0 8 .; 0 0 31 Pork pr do ..' . '0 0 5 .. O 06 S Veul, per do .. .. 0 0 8 .. 0 0 4 " Lamb, per qr .. .. 0 5 0 .. 0 6 0 Fowls, per couple .. 0 2 G .. 0' 3 6 Ducks, pr do... .. O 0 6 .. 0 :4 0 acIks, wild, per do .. 0 4 0 .. 0 0 0 Gee...
HOW THE SOLDIERS LIVE IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
HOW THE SOLDIERS LIVE IN A coriespondent of the "Pittabui?g Ghronicle, writing from'the camp of the 4th Pennysylvania Regiment at Dechard Station, Tennessee,. thus. describes how the men .make themselves comfortable in' winter: ' "The camp is laid out in regular order, with an eye to health, comfort; and beauty. The company streets are all one width, twenty feet. ' The houses of the enlisted mnen are all of one size and ap. pearance, with a ili'ce between of two paces, and tho same space- betweesi.those of each company, while theinternal ar rangements are all nearly the sanme each house has two bunks, and acommo dates four men. The most of the houses* are built of logs, somne few of boards, but the dimensions of all are the same. Each house is provided with a fire-place and chimney, built of brick, in the rear, opposite the centre, while the door opens out in front, opposite the centre, to the company street. Now, let the reader imagine one company having twenty-four houses, each ot...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
SYDNEY M ARIKET PRICES. Wheat--Ss 6d to 9s Od-imported Maiezo-- s id to 3s 9d ditto-for old' Barloy,. alting- 2s 6d to 2s 9d per bushel. Ditto, Oape-2s 6d to 2s 9d ditto Onts--3 Oil to 3s Gd ditto Bran--ls 3d to Is 4d ditto/ 'Flour--lst, £2 to £0 petitoin Ditto, 2nd-C-£23 tq.£0 ditto Hay, Lucerne-?7 Os to £8 Os ditto ,Ditto, Oaten-£7 to £10 ditto Potatoes-Home grown unsaleable Onions--Ss to 10i DBtteri6d to s--still very dull. H?oriey-4d to 0d llaconl-7 to 8d ditto Choeoseu 6 to rd ditto "Eggs-ol:9d to 2s d per do.' ' FowloB-2s 0;1 to 3s Oil per couple DnicksL?s ? d to 3s di periditto Tirrlkoy-7s to is' ditto CalveslO1s to 36 .s :": ';. SPigsid4d.to 0d per lb' HIides-4s to 10s each Tobacco; Colonial Is3 d to Is Sd G?RAHI:IAt & MULHOItLAND, Slay 8, 1864. King-street West, Sydney. RATL.WAY AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattle.-This description of stock is a complete diug. No sales can be effected but at boiling rates. Fat Slee, fillly, support last week's. quo tations, viz., 13s to 4I fo...
ADELAIDE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
ADELAIDE. Thursday evening. The engine drivers, on the Wallaroo and Moonta Mines, have struck, sympathising with the miners. A deputation of miners arrived in town to hold public meetings. The Register says that the total available surplus breadstuffs for export, amounts to 23,000 tons. Twelve thousand bushels of wheat changed hands at 7s. Gd. per bushel at yesterday and to-day's sales, which it is said has been purchased for the New Zealand Government. Wheatholders refuse to sell under 8s.
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
M1ELDotRNE. Thursday, 0 p.m. KIyto's motion for plancin £5000 on the Estimates, to be expended in re-shipping convicts, comes on to-night. The salmnon ova is progressing favour abnl ; the per centage of deaths decreasing dailh.f The marketsnreveryinactive. The .r market is dull ; the telegrae from Ad stating that the price of flour there is £21. is not credited, and has rather depressed than lifted prices here, showing that it is looked on as a mere rise-particularly as it followed yesterday's telegram slating that there were 35,000 tons of flour and wheat still to spare for shipment, beyond the requirements for use and seed.
PROFESSOR G. A. BELEW AT THE VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
PiROFESSOR G. A. BELEW AT TIHE VIcrolrIA TIIEATILF.-The audience at the Victoria Theatre last night was some what alarmed during the lecture of Mr. Below in his wild horse taming perfor mance. ' A young unbroken an n l, after considerable trouble, was got', upon the stage of the theatre ; but before the Pro fessor had began his manipulitions, some thing startled the horse 'and with one hound lie jumped into the orchestra. The house was soon at scene of confusion; but upon comparative quiet being esta blished means were adopted to get him out of his awkward predicament. Planks were put down, and after some trouble the horse was driven up, and ho was landed once more on the stage without having caused much damage beyond the smash ing of a few music-stands. There was no doubt oil tihe mind of the audience that the animal was really an unbroken and wild one, which was verified by his frantic efforts to free himself from restraint. MIr. Below, however, notwithstanding the contretessjs, s...
THE TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
*THE TEERIBLE TRAGEDY ,AT. SANTIl GO. (From the Times Feb. 1.) . Neverwas there anything more hideous than the catastrophe at Santiago. It not only exceeds all the horrors one has read of, but by a preternatural medley it com bines them all in one. There is the funeral pile of the Suttee'and the minis tering Brahmins; there is tie auto-da-fe, with the stake, the chains, the figots, and the clergy; there are the to'thires of the Inquisition; there are the smeared and ignited shirts of. the early Christian martyrs; there is the helpless crowd on the burning deck, with the fiery shower from the rigging; there are the horrors of the " middle passage;" there is the city overwhelmed with hot cinders of lava; there are the burnings of ballet dancers, and tihe crushings and suffoca tions of panic-stricken audiences; there is the mass of helpless innocents waiting the flame flying from floor to floor and beam to beam in the fiactory; tlhere is tle death-blast of the pit or the mine; there ai...
THE EMPEROR'S SPEECH AND THE STATE OF PARTIES IN FRANCE. (La Press, February 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
THIIE EMPEROR'S SPEECH AND TIHE STATE OF PARTIES IN FIIRNCE. s,(La Presss, February 3.) To business! The Emperor is ri-ht: the first necessity ofa country is stability; but can it exist in France without liberty' Can France modestly content herself with a liberty less than that which is enjoyed hy her neighbours, England, IBelgium, Italy, and Switzerland ? We do not hbelieve it ; and if we say so, it is a spirit of conservatism, and not one of opposition. which dictates to us these loyal words. The duty of the hand which holds the pen, the duty of the press is to speak the truth,-the press fulfils it; the duty of the hand which holds the sceptre, the duty of the Emperor is to take the in itiative .. . Since it is the truth, let us say it; it is impossible to have better in tentions than those that animate the Em peror ; the only motive which prevents him to let liberty unfurl its wings is the fear not for himself, but in the .interest of liberty, that it would stray in taking too ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
"INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE; MARKET SQUARE, KrAlIA. TI IIE PROPRIETORS beg to inform: tlh. • Public of Jnambroo, Gerringong, Shoal haven, &e., &c., that their Office is replote with every description of thie most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, &C., Which enables them to execute work in a style equal to auy other oflice in tihe Colony, with thle ltlnost accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every ariety and style, including- Pamphlets Law Forms :. Catalogues Business Circulars Societids' Iules Labels ""*:', ; : Reports . Posters '.;-. :; : Billheads Hand Bills BRIsiness Cards "P .Promissory Notes ,..bIeases-- ' . Agreements...ts : ' l They liope, biy moderato charges, ncatiiess and acuracy 'in the dxeieition of their; work, with pimctuality in completing orders, to so cure a shaio of public patronage.. .; :" I In' (icrm of thle present poital arrange-d imonts, Priniting' an .b .forwarded to. any part of thel colony at ; mere...
EARL RUSSELL AND THE CONSERVATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
EARL RUSSELL, AND THE ?.CON SERVATIVES. (From, thel Daily Telegraph of January 30th). Banikrupt in policy and principles, and d'estitute'even of a good election cry, the Tory party have for some time past been bagging for opportunities; and waiting as hangers-on of events.: =Their only hope lay in the chapter"of accidents; and when this also failed thein, they were driven at last to depend on invention, upon:the circulation of baseless rumours, and upon the promulgation di' false'news. The latest and most conspicuous instance of this miserable course is the statement made that there have been dissensions in " the Cabinet, and. that Earl Rusell had resigned. On'the day before yesterday this was merely put forward as a rumor; and, whilst it was still in that stage; we scarcely considered .that it-' was even wortli contradiction.: We were content to let it refute itself; and share the fate ofa hundred other fabricatians, Yester day. morning, li?. owevbr, the assertion as-. sumed a more...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 May 1864
WEESKLY SUiiA.HY 01F N\EWS. NEED F' A tDISOLUTION .- A dissolution of Parliaiment is ,now the cry of slinost every electoratc f the colony,' and the sooner it taken plaeotho better it will be for the country, or, although the present Premiser is the bost that could carry on the administration of:the 'Government, somne of his colleagues have not given general satisfaction. On the accession of the Mar tin Ministry to ollice, the cry was ior a now .tariff, and one was hastily got up 'to meet the dellcioncy "in..thd' public revdinue, but was rejected,, witlithi reservation alone of one of the most iniquitous measures ever imposed dupon a civilized communiity-tlh .Newspalper Stamp Duty. So much, how ever, had been said and Written in favour of the. Protective policy of the tariff, and so much invective had been launched against itby the Free-traders, that its ulti. mate rejection was received by the ipeople as a blessing-Iholiing that the bone of con tention had been. divided. But when t...