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EXTRAORDINARY SCENR IN A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
EXTRAORDINARY SCENR IN A CHURCH. A female ~ehool teacher at Cineinati ilaving refused to submit to the improper proposals of a married man named Barnitz, also a school teaeher, he libelled her among her friends. Sihe determined upon revenge, and according to the Cincinalli Enquirer, accomplished her purpose as follows: "The satisfuction and justice whlich liisse Jacob expected to receive in the court of law being so slow she at once decided to take the law in hlier hands, and in as public a manner as MIr. Barnitz had traduced her name she proposed to summarily deal with him. Ac cordingly, on Thursday, lIiss Jaeob went'to a saddlery establishmcnt in IMain-street, aind purchlised a cowhide, the proprietor suggest ing to her 'not to whip childlren vwith that coivhlide.' She replied, ' No,: Sir, it is to be used on big ones.' Onh es way home ash pur chased a' iluaeter of a poiund of ccyeane pep per. Witlhoet impartileg to'any one her per pose; she got up on Sunaday inoriing as uilsual, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
HorrLOWAY's Pirs.-Provenlible Dis eases.--Many are the maladies which silently work their way into the human system through miasma, noxious vapours, and deteriorated air, which could all be dispossessed by a few doses of these admira ble Pills. The vitiated gases enter the lungs as we breathe, and there contaminate the bilood, which will convey the pioisonous partiales throughout the boly, uinless some 1purificer, such as these Pills be taken to lclanuse it. Hollowav's Pills expel all lharmn fssl matters from the circulation, and cleanse the solids, likewise, firom all trcacherois impurities. TA noiiot tihe whole body formcd roomg the blood, and the blood only P How nrccssary, then, does it become to all who value healtlh to employ occasionally some means of purification. [No. .] Department of Lands, S Sydcney, 29th April, 1864. W IT reference to the Government V Nice, dated 19th January last, relative to le opening and making of a 'Parish Road lrom Macquarie Rivulet to 'Shellharbor...
DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
DENMARK. Tile war with Denmark. continues. Hostilities during the month mainly con sist of the siege of the fortress of Fr dericia by the Austrians, and. storming the works at Duppel by the Prussians. The bombardment of Fredericia is now stopped. Latest advices state besiegers had with drawn from before Platz. Duppell is still energetically attacked, and from its isolated position was carried by the Prussians, but no impression had been made on the masin works. The Danish Rigsraad closed on the 24th by a speech from the Throne. The King said he was'still alone, and did not know how long Europe would look on in differently at eacts of violence perpetrated against Denmark, and would submit to such humiliation. The King left Copen hagen with the Minister of War to join the army. The election to thie new Rigsraad had taken place. Thie members chosen being almost universally to the National party. Latest intelligence from Vienna states that thle Conference accepted Austria without detail...
REUTER'S TELEGRAM. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
REUTER'S TELEGRAM. "AMERICA. Newc York, MIarsch 12.-After a long period of inaction tile news is again ex citing, almost uniformly disastrous to the Federals. The army of the Potomac under MIeade failed to intercept Lee. Communications with Richmond to re lease Federal prisoners ip that city. Papers found on a Federal oficer killed were addressed to the soldiers, witlh in structions, when Richmond was taken, the city must be destroyed, and Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet killed. It is rumoured the Federals, under Sherman, were defeated near Mcridon,. with a loss of 1500, the remnant retreat ing to Vicksburg, pursued and liharrassed by a large Confederate cavalry force. • Admiral Farragut attacked MIobile at daylight on 23rd February, but latest advices state that he had but little suc ceas. A great battle fought in Florida on Februnry 20; the Confederates defeating Federals with great~loss. ThIe bombardment of Charleston con tinuing without damaging the city or in habitants. Blockad...
LATEST TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
LABTEST TELEGRtAM. iMIazzini has been detained in Paris on suspicion of being concerned in the late conspiracy against the life of the Emperor. The Pope is reported to be seriously ill. The fresh attempt to storm the Dan ish position at Duppel has proved unsue cessful, and the siege of Fredericia has been suspended. Tile Conference on the Danish question opens in London on the 12th April. The Archduke Maximilian. appears unwilling to relinquish his chance of sue session to the Aistrian throne, and has postponed his acceptance of the Mexican Crown. An American steamer was wrecked off Queenstown Harbour.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
COMTEKGIAL INTELLIGENCE. Aggregate exports for the past month, £501,607, being a decrease of £107,649 on the corresponding month of1864, when theototal exports were £742,276. STllho NeIclbourno, tile month's exports amrn £247,389, against £334,530 in Jan nary-February, being a decrease of £87,141. Shipments of motals, tobacco, hops, provisions, oilmen's stores, and white wines have advanced; all other items lower. To Sydney and MIoreton Bay, the ex ports show a nominal increase of £853. Shipments of drapery have declined; oil men's stores have onchanced; the quo tations for spirits are lower. To Adelaide the exports show a deorease of £15,635. To New Realand the decrease is £10,950.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
:: . ITALY, Tic coniflicts between the Frehch and Pepas troops s: til continueo, the populnae peicilpiating ins the u iots by aiding the Paipal soldiers. Serious disturbances aro aiiticiipaed. A. Hungarian Legion is forming in Ittly under Kossuth's:guidance. SImmense proparations for war are mak ing on both sides of the Po. The Aus trians have 150,000 soldiers in Veoetia. The Italians have ani erqual number ready to oppose them.
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
POLAND. Thoi barbarity and oruelty of-the Rus slan soldiery is still worse. A spy's word is sfficient to 'ruin whole fami-. lies:' lThe Poles continue to fight bravely. In an attack on a Russian village,; out of 210 Russians 16 only were left alive. .Several other victories have been ob tained. An appeal to European nations has been issued by the Polish National Goovernment. The English feeling is uianimously in favor of both Polos and Danes.
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
GENERAL SUMMAiL Y. London, Marchl 26th. Tile Australian Jarnuary mails were delivered in London on the 13th and 18th MIarch. •Th. Dulke of Newcastle was suddenly seized with illness, and for sonme time his life was despaired of. The Parliamentary session before Easter was characterised by more violent and rnore disgraceful personalities than have over before been known. The Mi nistors lay all tho blame on thle Opposi tion. According to reports tihe excite nent in thie House of Commons was at one time so great that a display of pugi lism was anticoipated. This arose through MIr. Stansfield, a member of thie Ministry, being accused of assisting Mazzini in conspiring to assassinate tie Emperor of tie French. Tile tone of the debate in which these personalities took placo- in duced IMr. Stansfield to tender his iresig nation, which, however, Lord Palnmerston refused to accept. The Order of the Bathl has been con ferred on Commodore Sir William Wise man, Captain Sullivan, R.N., and Lieu ...
ARRIVAL OF THE "RANGATIRA" AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL Adelaide, Tuesday, 11.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
ARRIVAL OF THE "RANGATIRA" AT ADELAIDE, WXTII TIIE ENGLISH M AIL PER NORTIIAM. EFrom the Herald's King George's Sound Tlegriaphic Correspondent.] Adelaide, Tuesday, 11.30 p.n. The Rangatira arrived at Glonelg Pier at nine o'clock this evening, after a pas sage of 107 hours from King :Go.rge's Sound. She made the downwa*Cpas shge in 100 hours. The P. and O. steamer Northan), Cap tain Skottowo, arrived at thle Sound at 10 p.m. on the 5th instant. She left Galle on the 21st April. Captain Ellis, Admiralty Agent.
AMERICA. March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
AMERICA. Mlarch 12. WVa still continues, resulting in Con federate successes. The Federals during the winter recess determined by a series of coup de mail. to surprise their adversaries. Generals Sherwood and Grant (Commander.in Chief) were to manoeuvre to induce the Confederate General Johnston to divide his forces to cover the different points tlhreatened by thle Federals. Admiral Farragut was similtancously to make a demonstration against Mobile, and Fede ral General Thomas, with 35,000 men, was to move upon Dalton, Atilanta. Thecse plans were utterly defeated tihe Confederates, and Sherman's arnsi also beat speedy retreat. At the same time, General Kilpatrick was despatched to attack Richmond. From letters dis covered afterward. his orders weore, if successful, to sack the city and put to death President Davis and Cabinet. He found it impossible to get near Riclhmond, and had to retreat quickly within General Butler's lines. The army of the Potomac still remains at Boandy Statio...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
OBITUARY. Lady anks, Hen. Eniily Granton, Lady Wilbraham, Earl .af. Aberdeen, Lord Ashjuiton, Mrs. St'afford O'Brien, Hen. T. Foiesior, MIr.. obrner, F.R.S., Sir Thdmas Roberts, andAdmirals Hatton and Taylor.
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
* RANCE. The electionis have terminated in largeo majorities in'every instance against the Government: -The Emperor is highly gratified at tile expression of English feeling in his behalf on the ?iazzini affair, and wishes to see revived the cordial understanding be twveen tihe Governments of England and France. - " It is haderted that the M6xican loan of two hIlndrdd inillion francs has been concluded w:.ith the London house of Clynn naildCo. M- BI.Lesseps- predeitsathb completion of :theo SiaesCanal for gearersil'niivigation by ondof-1867;.*?' -
THE DANISH WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 May 1864
THf DANISH TWAR. Austria and Prussia definitely agree to the London Conference, but recommend active operations against Denmark. Prus six is laying seige tb Duppol, which the Danses are gallantly defending, though greatly outnumbered in men and artil lery Sharp fighting has taken place, and success varied. The Austrians bombarded Fredericia, but from some unexplained reason retired from before that fortress. The Prussians are bombarding Sonder berg. Tile King of Denmark, in closing the tigsdag, stated that although he was anxious for an honourable peace, the day of a humiliating peace was far distant. Tile Allies in Jutland are appalled at declaration of in1'abitants to poison them all. Rumours came by telegraph from Haminburgb that Prince hugustenburg is dead, but it is since contradicted. • The King of Bavaria diedil suddenly March 10th. It is believed Denmark will slhrtly assort to the Conference ou the basis of negotiations of 1851-2.