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ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
ADELAIDE. Thursday. There was a panic yesterday in the pro duoe market. Wheat was sold for 12s. Best flour undoer £30 refused. Country flour sold for £26. The RIoslyn has cleared for Auckland with a cargo of breadstuf'fs. The Wilanothug silkworm has been osuc cessfully introdunesd to this colony for the Acclimastisation Society by Mrs. Daven port, vwho arrived by the mail from Eng land. The Queen lhans prcsonted to our instituto a copy of the Prac Consort's speeches, with her autograph.
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
MELBiOUBNE. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. ' The flour marketis.quitounsoettled. The Adolaide attempt to rush prices up is not at all beliOved in, and the temporary rise is looked upon as a desperato Adelaide trans action, in which the Victoriain market does not join issue. Tasmanian flour has to-day been positively offered at £25, one or two months, and £2(i is the positively highest price obtainable for Adelaide best brandls. The sales of wheat reported, although per fectly true, have been for suell small quantities as to give a fictitious price for the article. Owing to the heavy mist and fogs last night thie Northam kepit outside the Heads until this mqrning, and arrived at her anchlorage at 0.30. She sails for Sydney this evening if the weather clears.
GREAT NATIVE FIGHT AT MATATA. SIXTY REBELS KILLED. Tauranga, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
GREAT NATIVEI FIIGHT AT MATATA. SIXTY IIIREIIS KILLED. Tauranga, April 30. Thle schoorior Mlavis and tlhe Sandlly ar rived froum Maketu to-day. They brought news of a great fight'between the natives nt Mitatna 'aid the loss of sixty of the lenemy. Two or three rebel flass have been taken. Nonie of the Europeans arrised in time for tile engagement. The natives outran tllen, anmd had nil the credit to themselves. It appears that from six to eigh menio were killed by the shells front the ships. This victory is entirely to be attributed to tle desire for revenge felt by the iArawas against the Ngatiporos for their defeat and loss lately at Rlotorua. Taranak:i Herald.Ollice, M?onday, 2nd May. We reported on Saturday morning tiat tlie natives had been rIepulsed in ian attlnck on Sentry Hill. The affliir utirns out to haive been one of tih most successfili of tle whole war, when the losses on bdth sides come to be compared. Fronlm il early hour in tile morninig the Natives liad been heard ...
CORNS IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
CORNS IN HOISES. Long continuance of thrusl 'often results in contraction and wiring-in of tho walls of the hools,'thus rendering them weaker and predisposed:to the operation of causes en gaged in the production of corns. The corn noticed on the horse's foot has received that naisnb from its supposed re semblance to the corn of the humnn sub ject, but in reality bears no analogy to it, excepting that pressure is tihe most potent cause in producing this disease both in man and horse ; morcovor,it differs in this par ticular, viz.: that in man the cuticle be comes thickened, whereas in the horseoit is ever afterwards decreased. A cols the conscguence of undue and porsist??i'pres sure applied to the. sole near the itllection of the hbels, ~sually on the inner, iid not on the outer side. Readers will rbadily understand that the- greater part of the weight of the body is tlroiwn, upon the in nor side, and-therefore upon the inner heel and hence the usual appearance of corn near the inner...
SWEET POTATOES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
SWEFT POTAtIOES. TO TUE EDITOI OF TIlE KIA3IA ISDEPENDENT. Sin,-I-am desirous of ascertaining ifrom somue of your rnaders an accbuint of the proper mode of cultivating the Sweet Po tatoe, as I believe from mny first attemnpt at growing this valbable addition to the vege table gardenl, that I lsav-e proved beyond doubt, that it can be cultivated with coln pletc success in this part of time colouy. About siT months since, I planted four small potatoes, not weighing more than one ounce each, and to-day, I dug up three very large potatoes from the main root of one of the small ones; the three weighed 9J5lbs! I have not disturbed any of the othller plants, s thie vines are still growing, ailnd taking root at every joint. I am at Ia loss to kunoi houv long thley should be al lowed to remain ih thie ground before dig. ging: and tIblso syantitolkno- thle proper meltiod of treating the vine s as ilhey lhavo sin-cnd out and covered ih large piece of ground. Perhaps some of your many readers m...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
SYDNEIY MARKR'PTS. The Sydney papers of Saturday hlast re port as under:-- s.d. £ s.d. " '£E s. d. £ s. d. Flour, first, por ton .. 28 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do., Seconde, per thn .. 25 0 0.. 0 0 ( Branp?prbushelof20lb 0 10 ..0 0'0 Biscuit, Cabin, per 1001bs 1 12 0 .. O 0 0 Ditto, Navy . .. 025 0.. 0"0 0 iread, per b loaf .. 0 0 5b.. 0 0 0 HIay, per cwt .. ..0 6 0 .. 0 8 0 Grass . ........O4 0.. 5 0 Lucerne.. .... O 6 0.. 0 7 6 Straw .. .. . 0O 5 0... 0 0-0 Bark, perdo. 0 4 0.. 0 5 0 Oats, per do. .. 0 .. 4 0.. 0 4 6 Barley, per do .. .. 0 . 4 0 Maize, per do .. .. O 5 0 . O 5 2 Groeen stuf'f per dozon.. O0 0 10 .. O 1 .0 Deuf, per'lb 0.. .. 0 2.. 0 026 Calves .. .. 0 10 0 .. 0 25 . Iilch cows .. .. 4 0 0.. 8 0 0 Mutton, per do .. .0 0 02.. 0 0 1 Pork per do 0.. 0 0.. 05·6 Vel, perd6 .. ..0 0 4 .. 0 0 Lamsb, per qr... .. 0 46 .. 0 0 0 Fowls, per couple .. 0 2 6 . 0 3 6 Ducks, per do... . 0 3 6 .. 0 4 6 Ducks. wild,perdo .. 03 6 .. 0 4 0 Geese, per couple . 6 0 .. 0 7 0 'I'urkeys, per do .. 07...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
SYDNEP MALKET PRICES. Wiheat-Ss Gd to os Od-imported MaIize-is Gd to 3s d dlitto-for old SBarley, IIaltilng--2 Gd to 2s 04d per bushel. Ditto, Oape--s Gd to 2s td ditto Oats--3s.Od to 3s Gd ditto Sranmi--s .d to lIs 4dditto Flour-tst, £25 to £0 per too Ditto, id--£23 to £0 ditto :HI'ay, LueLdrne--£7 Os to £8 Os ditto Ditto, Oaton--£7 to £10 ditto Potatoes-Hotom grown unsaleoblo .Onions-5s to 10os Botter-Gdl to Is-still very dull. Hi oney-4d to 5d. Bicon-id to 8d ditto Cheose--d to id ditto Eggs-ls ld to 2s Od per doz. Fowls--2s Od to 3s Od per couple Ducks--3s Od to 1s Gd per ditto Turkoys-7s to 14s ditto Calvos-l10s to lTs Pigs-4d to Od per lb Hides-4s to 10s each Tobacco, Colonial, Is 3d to ls Gd GRAHIAM A a LIULHOLLAND, hMay 14, 1856. King-street Woest, Sydney.
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Same Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Same Day. Before the same Magistrates. JToln Thomnson v. IHerman, and Longbot tom. Compl.inst, stated hlie kept a nighl t school one mile and a-half fromn his resi dence at Burrier, and was frequently an soiyd by having obstructions put in hisi road. On rIeturninug home at nights these p irties were iu the Ihabit of laying pitt. falls, logs anid limbs of trees across tilhe road hlie had to travercrse, to the risk of hIis life aund limbs. Defendants ldid lnot appear. Wairrants were issuedl for their apprehenl sion. Theresa Sayers v. JTames Ward.-For an extension of order for the support of an illegitimate child. Ordered to pay 7s. td. per rweek for the next twelveo mionthls, and to fild sureties for the due payment of the muoney into senior constable Does hands. A In hawkers' and peddlers' license wa-s granted to Mr. Green, of the Nowra Store. An auctioneer's district license was~ grauted to Johnu Smith, bailiff of tihe Small Debts Court. I am lhappy to say i...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. S at Cattle.-Tlis 3larkot is sodopressed by the ,heavy arrivals that prices are merely nominal, in fact at boiling rats, whiceh pro ceoss has already been commenced by the now Collingwood Compaey at Liverpool. Fat Sheep.--This market is also completely oveorstockod and the cheapness of beef has a .tendoney to depress it still furthor. A groet Ifall in price is the consequence; bet as siles -,, almost imnpossible to olect, it is useless to atemnpt quotations. Store. Sheep and Cattle.-Ilhave a good de mand for'both of these, and could place alargoe number, if the holders ouold give waay a little in price. : Milch Cosvs.-Thismarket remnain as before. although perhaps there may be a brisker doe mand for really vwell bred first:class' cows, which I have sold as high as £10 to £12. Produce Sales.--Railvay Depot.--lTho sup. ply of calves; lambs and pigs was abost equal to the butcher's requiremcnts, and the pisces obtained vwere fair, and according to quality, as tio...
SHOALHAVEN. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. TUESDAY, 10TH MAY, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
CTTJ A· V Ii'. NTg ( rnor .... , vRESPONDENT.) COURT OF 5REQUESTS-NOWRA. TUESDAY,? 10 MAI.Y, 180,. Before Kenneth Mackenzie,. (Chalnirman) James Aldeorn, A?. K. Micay, James Graham, and James Wnddington, J.P.'s) Biddulph v. Smnmerlield.-Postponed case to recover the sum' of £1.?l10s. Balance of account.---Verdict fog plaintiff and costs. Ncrmaan v. Pautling.-For the recovery of £3 10s. 3d., ,mount of Bill delivered. Verdict for plaintilf and costs £1 is.
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
HORSE BIAIRKET. Mr. C. Marrtyn reports A steady usineoss has been done at t',c Bazaar sales auring tile past week, at about the same prices as quoted in last week's re port, and there is overy prospect of its lasting for some time, if the fresh lots are not rushed in so rapidly as to overstock the market again. At the Camperdown Sale Yards, a draft of light stock belonging to Mr. Jolhn J. Doyle. fetched from £1 8s. to £8. And two drafts of, colts and ponies, helonrging to C. Oakes, Esq. fet ed from £1 10s. to £20.
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
JA1?BEROO. (FROi OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Notwithstanding tlhat the ground is now for clse most part in admnirable condition for ploughing, and the weather also favour able, I do not think that tile settlers here about intend, for the most part, to get much land under lwheat. This is not to bo wondered at, considering the disheartening effect whichl most have been produlced by the very poor returns of lato sealsons, and the dearness of the grain lwhichl would be required for seed. One or tmo ftrmners are about to venture withl the pinched grain which was the only yield of last harvest. It hlas been asserted, I kinov, by scientific authorities, the the "rust" does not ruin the seedl for the purposes of germination; but I think nio one would be much snr. prised to find the yield from such seed aF tbeted in the same knanner. I hlave heard that some yo, tig self.sowrl wheat, springing on the same ground swhere last years crop stood, already shows signs of rust; andi, in fact, have seeo it my...
LABOR REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
LABOR.18flPORT. Female servants .........:. 20 toS6 Mlarried farm and donimoastic servants 45 to 60 Stookmeli'asd padodgluhi'non 0..5: . 8. 3 to'd0 Coalchmen and grbodis t '.. ...... 45 to 50 Shepherding families ........... 55 to 70 Garden and farm laborers ........ 30 to 35 Shopherds ......-... . .. 35 ±o 40 l1acksmiths and carpontors ...... 6Q to 80 Gardeners ... .............. 4 to 50 Road malkers snd. surveyor's men.. 410 to 50
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
'THEC GENERAL ,PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET OQAE~,; ETAMIA TIHE PROPIEtTE'ORS bog to inform tiho I Public of. Jambroo, Gerringong, Slioal haveo, - &.,.&c., that thoir Officc is repleote 'with every descriptioln of tlh most modern l. PL~ . AND ,FANCY TiPE, BODcrRS, &c., Which onahles tlihn; to exccuto worki ia ostyld equal to any othlor oficcin thle Colo0y,'witi thie utmost'accmracy and ispt ichl Plain ;iid OrnamentiilmPrinting, in ovCry arioty atidstylci Prinudtn.. . g . vory ,Painiphlets' w~" "idig Fo'rs' P top ulots Law hr " Ctalogcs '.' omoo"sinos C im:celars . Soeiotica Blos.':l 'L .ablol?,s':. .-?; (:, SRetpobts. -...- . '. :"Poistois Billhleads I:aiid Bills Businiss'ais dsid Proinissory Notes L6Lsos': " :Agreomcntiis. Tlhiy liopo, ·by rodeiit cliargcs iioiitmios aitd occiiacy-in tlio octditioinof tlhir ivorki withi pummctualitmy iii coimpldtiing orders, to so cure a slaro of public patrionag.. S InII terms'of tlic prscnt poutal arrange iionts!Printing can hu...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
CO0MMCIB IAL INTTItIlLUGENCU. KIALIA STEAM I'LOUR MILLS. --LIST OF r'iuos. -i ' . £ s. d. Snporfine silk-dreossd Flour, per ton 29 0 0 Do., itr U10l) s. ............. 0 30 0 Second flour, per ditto ............ 0 27 0 Maize Flour, por ditt,............ 0 18 0 Maizo, por bushul '.. .....;....... O 4 6 Cruslied Miaize, plr lsIhel .......0. 0 a 0 Bran and Pollard, ditto '.......... O 1 0 trg Wheat and Maize purchitsld for cash, or takon in exchange for flour, or grist grind inIay 16, 1864. J. SHA.RPE & SONS.