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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

MIISCELLANEOUS. OLIVER OROtIWELL'S ]HEAD.-- The Lord Protector, it will be remembered, was buried in Westminster Abbey. "I vell recollect my father the Dean," says ir. Frank Buckland, "pointing out the place to his friends. The grave was situ ated in the very centre of the chapel, at the east end of King Henry VII.'s Chapel, but there is no stone to mark the place. We read:-' On the 3rd of Sap temnber, 1658 (the anniversary of his vic tories at Dunbar and W\Vore~r, and several other important events of his life), Oliver Croniwell died of fever Id tertian ague, in the 60th year of his age. Hiis burial was conducted with unusual pomp and magnificence at Westminster; but his corpse was not suffered to rest in peace. At tihe Rlcstoration it was disin terred by the Royalists, and lhaving been hung at Tyburn, was east into a hole be neath the gallows.' The head was sub sequently separated from the body, and placed on an iron spike over the gate at Temple Bar The last heads placed there we...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

SHOALiA?VK N. (ino ? orun conRRESPONDENTs.) As the. time fi.ed fqr the races draws near, the stewtrds?ec , to be very prompt in actioi. Thc course has been puat in first rate ordei, as,usual. by:.fr. ]Jerry; and ai tender was accepted on tlhe 18th inst., for the ereetion aol" grand.stand, judgeo's and distance chair and posts. Tlhe goodwill of' the gate leadigr to the course was sold at nuction on l;the same day liby vMr. Mlurray; andl was bought by lar. Walltecs for tha sum of o25; lthe chlarges for admission lt6 be as usiual. The owners of tihe few horses training in the disteict are also very active, and it is to be hoped tli thnllt y will bie mnore successful tlihan on the Inst occasion, aind not allow horses fromn a distance to carrwy off the best of the prizes. It is reportel thirt liss Dixon is cn route with her stid, and that the Maid of Erin is expected to Iput in an appenrance; nid as the Braid wrood meeting is jast finisledl, wre arolikely to have a few fiom there also, a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MORMON HEAD-QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

TIRE MORMONO HEAD-QUARTERS. (From the Melbourne Argus.) The following extract from a letter re ceived by a gentleman in Melbourn from his brother, formerly of this city, has been placed at our disposal:-" Great Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, U.S.A., January 12, 1864.-My dear Brother, From ma'ny strange places you have. had letters from me-that is, I presume you to have had some of them. All cannot have been lost. I now write to you from the ' City of the Saints'--the centre of Mormodom-ten minutes after slhking bands with Brighamn Young's sons, and within sight of their father's palatial residence. That you may thoroughly understand whereabouts I am, let me ex plain it somewhat in full. Behind Ime to the west is Nevada territory, and beyond that California. Before me to the east are the territories of Colorado and Ne braska, with the state, of Kansas still more beyond. To my north is thb tdr ritory of Idaho, and to the south New Mexico. I am 800 miles from San Fran cisco, and 1200 ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROUGHTON CREEK INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

BUO1TJGHT.ON OfEEKnISNSITUTE. Tho nbove institutcfbor ieligious, mroral. and intellectual improvement, met on Wed nesday evening Inst, the 18th inst. ,lr. John IMcKenzie in the absence of tihe Pro. sideist, opened the. meeting by. devotional exercises. The minutb of formor monthly meeting was thlen'rend and susthinied. The committee was'then instructed, to hrrange the libraiv.so'thit.t bbols migh1 be pancedinnthhan'ds f h embers at nexuot meeting. Mr. Richard Wilsonthen came forward and delivered his lecture on " Farming." lwhich wus at odnce useful iisd highly miter taining. The lecturer described whliat did vantages wrould be derived from manures for the growing of grain-that onezare of land de?voted to the 'production: of silk, vould yield from eighty to eighty-five pounds profit; that avariety of prodnc? tions on a-n farm paid better than when it wai confined to one kinddf production, and made manuy excellent observations on the general arrangements of a farm. A convoration then...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

KiAMAI POLICE COURT. TUESDY., Mc, 17. (Before Moessrs. Robb, Kceriddrill, and Col lcy, J.P.s. GODDARD V. ING.C Adjourned from the 10th for tile pirodue tion of witnesses. The depositions previ ously taken, being read,. J'ohn Henry, of W\roodstock, nwas called, who remembered the elcbtioi at Jamberoo. Saw King, the defendant, hoblding Goddard by the.co't. Goddarnd was not out of temlnlper. King would not loose his hold. Goddard shlcdl King off' the verandah. King then made a second attemnpt to grtipple Goddard, .who shoved him ofs the serandah again. This time with his fIoot. Diml notrememlber thnt King nmide a third attllmpt.. ie might lhavb done. Constable Goddard then tooni King in ciharge, when about thirty feet from thie versandah on tlie. way to the tcnmporary lolk-up. About (iO people Iollowed; there wos evidently a sduclle in the crowd, but lihe (witness) remaining on the 'verandah, knew no pirticulars, but immediately saw Cing at large.; saw no ill t'catmcut to King. Teo def...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

INQUEST. An inqncst was held on. rednelsday last, at Mr. Curry's, Jamberoo Hotel, before R. B. Fry, Esq., J.P., Coroner for the dis trict, touching the deathll of Adolphus Clarence, who was killed by the ovorturu ing of a cart osn, the day previous. Tile following is tile evidence : Stephen. Major deposed: I am ai store keeper at JTamberoo. I klnowr the deceased Clarence. Hewnas in my employment for tihe last three months. On the 17th of ltay I took decensed and John Murphy to assist me to pnt a young horse into a cart. W:e got te horse quietly into the eart. lie went quietly for a faw yards., He then made a rush to get away. After going some distance I was holding him on one side, Mnrplhy had lhold of him on the other and deceased was in the cart holding the reins. I was carried off my feet, and had" to let go, and sung out to nMurphy. to do. time same, and to tlie deceased to pum ?out and let him go. Deccnsed remaimid in the cart till it was capsized, holding tae reins. all the ti...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

JAMBEdROO. '( (PFRQi OuRl CORSPOroDvT.) You will, I suppose, have received tile 6ff cial report of tie inquest touching tile death of ir: A. Clarence, who was killed on Toes da;,y last tllrougll inicautiously venturing to noniot i ctart whicllh afterwards overturaed and seems to lave fllcn upon him, literally crushiling his life out, for several bones were broken, and lhe died alotost inonediately after getting clear of theo carit whlicll, strange to say, lie was enabled to do without help. 'Thle jury Iadded to their verdict a 'rider". coideiniiig the practice of breaking in young horses oi the iiblio road, a lhabit very commonii with our osettlers, though, 1 sltould say, Ihighly daungerods and iinproper. cI do not know that the condition of'the roads, tlhough disgrace fully had, can be said to have particulaly con-. tributed to this catastrophc. A quiet horse in ri cait might have passed witlhout incoqvenli nec tlhe spot where the accidcent took place: Thie cart upset on reaching a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

EnucerToA.u.-It is with considerable regret that we ho'tr of the intended tlepar to itn of Mr. Bonnar from this district. Known to us long and fitvorably as a teacher of high attltilllllnllents, ind possessinlg osot pecrepltibly th. ftaculty .ol' inmparting in struction to the young, his rocemoval front thel present scene of hlis labors cannot thil to produce a vetry general "regret,-a loss not readily we fear to be supplied to those whto have lately bonefited by his services. \Whilst we regret MIr. lBonnar's depttrture fromtu our tlistrite, we can but congratulate hinl upon it prospect calculatedl to ltadvance Iis pirolbssional interests. teh las our best vislhes rwhlilst embarkii g in hIis ,oet under taking; nud we are satisfied that so lont as he clhooses, hIe mtay commuand t Itnrfgo neasunre of success. 'Wet are intl'ornedtl that u'gent requtests have beuln made to him to tndertake thle sehool at Omtega Rnetreat; but a preriouls liberal obfor from a ptrivate seminary in the West...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

WEEIK1fLY .CALENDAR. Days of tho 'e ek Sunrlso Sunsot. Moon's I+USI Y .. M ?.4 8 55 4,57 1 WOAUs+)7o.S . . | 8, " 55 4 57 20 TlU5k)A "O 2 071 4 0 20 F'o8.Dk 27...;87.......... 5 458 2 "1 I SATUIlO)AY . . '2/ 0 5 58 4 55 22 snDaY......... 2 88 4 55 2 ° M(ONDO.Y ' ,, 00 080 485 28 JIUa3J IN~DEPI~~T NDE~NT. T1JESD LY,l Af ~l·Y 24, 18~.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENERS CALENDAR. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

GARDENER ·S PALENDAR. MraY. FrELn.-Snume Iastmozdh. VZs~YRub.-Cotnthuc prurnhnfi-(sec 1I.st month) Onchluuo.-fOothcr Into penob, npptOO, nnd peno, Weedunnd tmsn ourfnee ee. Tln ontnand penne Oornge trrcs, nosot clno tontdnoon croon of niL binds. Iitg drop, nod sonouro novb.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALLETT'S PEDIGREE WHEAT, [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

I{ILLETT'S PEDIGIREE WI{EAT, " BIED" upon the sanme principle of ,·e. pcated selection which has produced our pure races of Animals, starting from one grain in each year for four years successively. The wheat 'plant from its nature re quires a mode of culturewhich permits its perfect growth, and when it is so cul tivated, by the repeated selection of the seed, of vwhich, as in breeding animals, thie record is apedigree, we can gradually increase tile contentsof thle ears without in the slightest-degre diminishing their number, which is, in fact, just so much increase in the crop itself. A simsple grain of wheat, by nature, possesses such properties that, if planted at the proper timeo,it will in tile follow ing spring have so " tillercd" as while lying flat upon the ground to extend over a circle one yard in diameter; and will, after its stems rise to a vertical position, produce at harvest upwards of 50 ears upon an area of m square foot, upon which area only each grain may never t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR HARBOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

OUR HARBOR WORKS. On Tuesday last a depuntation consisting of our lnewly-elected member, Ii. Parkes, Esq., M.L.A., D. L. Waugh, Es]q., and John Sharpe, JEsq., waited upon tlhe Hen. thile Minister for Works; with the memorial published in our last week's issue, signed by221 persons. Mr. IHolroyd appeared to think there was not smuch room fobr coi plaint. The memorial overstated the time the works hIlad been standinag, and during tlhat time tenders had been called for twice, the first time there were tiwo received, both of which were too high; thie second time no oune had tendered, so that the ques tion now was,'whetlher tihe wsor should be proceeded with as day work until some cli. gible contract was entered into or not. Ito admitted the great necessit/ of completing a portion of thie w-orkt lint ?ould at once be made available for the shipmtent of passen gers, cattle, produce, &e., amid stated that hie would authorise MIr. Mloriarty to.punmp the water out of the basin forthw...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY. THE PUNISHMENT OF DEATH CONSIDERED BRIEFLY. SONNET I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

i POETRY. TILT PUNISHIMENT OF DEATHI CONSIDERED BRIEFIY. tl3 ITERYr tIALtLAN.Ij SO'cEt I. Altho' the Life be forfeit to the Law, The Law which strains it's bloody hand, to storike By dread example of a murdermous like, And fill with victims Deeoth'd nsalted maw; Surely tile day is not remote,whoen awe Shaoh fell upon tile Naclons,one and all, And they shall see a warning oll the wall, As he of old tile terrible warning saw. "'Too tIIALT NOt KILL' the wide olrcuttefCo noe Makes no exception,-and the law tlhalt slays A ligher law most blindly disobehs, l'erertlng right by limiting tile sene. " V.coEA~NCt IS MINIE ! Oh I man a moment patte Nor in thle dreadful crime forget the causoe. It. Whether a man be white, or brown, or black WThether a Chrstian or a Pagan bred; Whether he e an Orphlan wanting boo:d, Or with all fortune heaped upon his back, Is not of him, nor of his own control; Whether his brain be sound, lls heart seenot, Or born of downward spirit ?nree and mano, Is noe of him...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

INour present issue appears a somewhat langthy communication from the Rev. Mr. D'Aaro, of ShoallhaPen, who thought hlimnslf called upon,ixi his character of a Catholic olergyman, to take some notice of the republication in our columns of an article from the Tiir'i aniimadverting on the nature of those proceedings which produced thoi'iecent terrible tragedy at Santiago, in Chili. Whatever some of our readers may think of the taste, tihe tone, or theianimuIs, of the reverend gentleman's letter, we are for oui part happy to see that Mir. D'AnoY at leost adopts a manly and straightforward course in the matter, and that hie appears armed with the weapons of rhetoric, if not of logic, to correct the balance of influence, in the same journal in which the offend ing article appeared. Although Mr. D'ARcY's observations range over a far wider field than the article whlichl appears to have furnished the occasion for them, we have thought proper to print them: at full length rather than give ou...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRELAND AND DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

IRELAND AND DENMARR. A project is now on foot in Cork in connection with the Danish war which possesses the most romantic surroundings. It is contemplated to organise nothing less than a brigade of Irish gentlemen, to talke soervice.under the King of Den mtirk in the present war; and the par tioulars of the design recall the ancient days of klnight-errantry; from their ro mnantic and chivalrous character. The projeetor of the design is a gentloeman well known in leading Cork circles, from his professional abilities, his social emi nence, and his great success in the hunt ing field-in fact, nono? other than the gentleman to whomi we lately'referred as being the leading actor in a romantic oe0 ourrence in the country, through which the local theatre was crammed on a par ticular night, and a song composed and sung on the occasion in celebration of the beauty of a lady, the heroine of the same incident. This gentleman has designed the present enterprise, and has taken not a few of the p...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL INDUSTRY. No 1. TOBACCO MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

COLONIAL _TDUSTAY. (From tle Empire.) No 1. TOBACOCO MANUFACTORItY. A visit which we paid on Monday to Mr. Dixson's tobacco factory, York-street, afforded us equal gratification and sur prise. This gentleman, we believe, came out to this colony twenty-five years ago, for the purpose of engaging in tobacco manufacture, but he found, on his arrival, that the duty on American imported leaf was too high, cousidering the local rate of wages, to allow him ali fair margin of profit, and therefore becaumo simply a seller instead of a maker of the qrticle, waiting for better times. About two years ago, as most of our readers are aware, the duty on imported leaf was re duced from two shillings to one shilling per pound, and MIr. Dixson immediately took steps to carry out his original de sign. Some months necessarily elapsed before orders could be transmitted to London and executed, but, in the nmean time, all the necessary arrangemenuts here were being made. In the month of July, 1862, tile f...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

HOLLOWAY'S8 OINTMENT AND PILLS.2 Mishaps.-An nccident will sometimes befall the most wary. A sprain, a burn, a cut, cannot always be prevented; but a speedy and easy eure nmay be obtained by the application of this inestimablo Ointment. I~t immediately cools the part, sooths, the irritated nerves, prevents the blood flowing to the seat of injury, thus fully !uardinag against inflammation and the formation of atstesses. For curing accildental hurts this Ointment snrpasses every liniment, lotion, or emblrocation. It restores soundness to the skin, andti firmnness to the muscle; it gires freetdom of mtotion once more to stif fened sinews, contracted joints, and strained igaments. For repairing damage done by external violence, no influence is equally rapid, no agency equally curative.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIEUTENANT SAXBY AND THE WEATHER. (To the Editor of the Argus) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 May 1864

LIEUTENANT SAXBS3Y ANDL THE WEATHER. (To the Editor of thIe Argus). SIa,-I take tile liberty of troubling you upon the subject of weather. The late floods at Melbourne and those of Tas mnania and various places, together with the serious atmospheric disturbances ex perienced in December last, at the pre cise period at which I had nine months previously predicted special danger, have drawn attention to my nalne in a manner' which seems to justify miy saying a few words in your widely-read paper, if your will permit me, first thankling you for the kind mention of my success. You will probably have seen that such high tides and heavy, gales were not pe culiar to Australia at tile period referred to. Ill soUme parts, lhowever, no such gales prevailed, but (as at the Cape of Good Hope) singularly and unusually quiet, thick, misty, close weather. A coirrespondent at Algoa Bay informs me that there thie air was " so peculiar that mieat turned putrid in six hIours," while a fog-iiore rare c...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864

o TI EDITOR OrF TIE -lrAMA INlDEPENDE.NT. Sir,-?I-My attention has been directed to i letter of the Rev. D. J. D'Arcy of Shoal aven, whihll appeared in your last issue. ad that letter referred only to the late elancholyaccident at Santiago, I shouldnot eave troubled you with any remarks 'of ?ie; but as ,.tle writer has seeoon fit to " say a few words on Catholic ceremoniies" and' doctrines, I hope you will permit me, as a matter of justice, to do the same. The followiungis one of the passages in that letter to which I take objection : " The church to.wlhose keeping Christ com mitted the Gospel can add nothing to it can teach nothing new-can teach.nothing but what is found in Scripture 'and con ?r~ned by the voice' of: Tradition-the S hose motto is sihil innovetur {(thbefm .all be no novelty)-which clings with an eternal and supernatural tenacity to the words of the Apostle.-Gal. 1st, can, I repeat, teach nothing but what was believed at all times, in all places, by all true Christia...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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FATHER D'ARCY AND THE TIMES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864

FATHER D'AROY AND THE T-IWIES. TO TIIE ElDiTOR OF TIiE xKIAiMA INDEPENDEENT. Sn,--The indulgence extended to the Rev. Mr. D'Arcy by the insertion in your last issue of his letter on the Santiago con flagration, certainly seems to me to have. reaclhed tihe extremeo bosusds of editorial complaisance; especially when we consider, as 'is hinted by yourself, that the 'rev. gentleman's communication is far too like thologieal contrbversy to be suited'to thei. eolumns of a newspaper. The bulk of your readers, of whom I take it,: nine:tenths are protestants of various denominations, might have reasonably objected to thepublication in such'a place of a homily in defence of the practices and pretensions of the Catlo lie church, if they did not recollect that there was some necessity to prove that no anti-Catholic animus existed in the conduct of the IDEPENrDENT---a fact whic1 Mr. D'Arcy and his friends might perhaps have denied with some appeoraince ofplausability, if, in addition to the rebu...

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