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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
TO TOr EDITOI OF TH?E IIAM5A iNDEPENDENT. SIn,--tomish ecclesiasties, both at home and abroad, have labored hard, though without success, to stmin the tide of right eous and universal reprobation which has set in against that body in reference to the late " Terrible Tragedy at Santiago," in which so many ilnllortal creatures became the hapless victims of the greatest piece of Popish tomfoolery which has yet disgracbd any body calling itself the "Church of Christ." The attempt of the Rev. D. J. D'Arcy, as contained in your issue of the ,24th inst., to gloss over the horrors of. that a:iful scene, and cover them around swith the mantle of religion forsooth, is equally as futile and ineflfetnal as that of any of his brethrethren befbre him, who have vainly put forth all their energies in trying to accom plish a similai' object.' "But it will not do. The facts are too wellaund widely known for Mr. D'Arcy over to expect by anything lie canl say on the matter, or by any quota tions hlie a...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
MISCELLANEOUS. A SEcoND UrssEs.--An old fellow of ,, very acute plysiognomy, answering to the name of Jiacob Wrilmnot, was brought before the :Police-court. 11is clothes looked as if they might have been bought second-hand in his youthfld prime ; for they had suflered more from the rubs of the world than the proprietor himself. ' What business do you follow' Wilmot?' ' Business? None; I'm a traveller,' 'A vagabond, perhaps.' 'You are not hfar wrong ; travellers and vagabonds are about the same thing. The difference is that the latter travel without money, and the former without. brains.' '.Where have you travelled ?, ' All over the conti nent. - What have you observed? 'A little to commdnd, much to censure, and very much to laugh at.' ' Umph! what do you commend?' 'A ?anrldsomle woman that will stay at home, an eloquent preacher that will preach a short sermon, a good writer flinhat will not write too much, and a fool who has sense enough to hold his tongue.' 'What do you censure ?'...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
COMMERCItuAL INTELLIGENCE.. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR IILLS. '4 LIST Or 1RI0ES. "'£ a. d. Superfine silk-dressed Flour, per ton 20 0 0 . Do., pr 100 Ibs ........... 0 0 Second flour, por ditto ........... 0 27 0 Maize Flour, pur ditto ........... 13 Maizo, per bushol ...3..'..'....'.' 0 t4 Croshed Maizo, per bushol ........ O5 0 Brn and Pollard, ditto .;.......' 0 1 i! rHi Wheat and Maize purchaised for cash, or taken in exchange for flour, or grist grind ing. . . . May 30,1864. J. SHARPE & SONS.
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
ULLADULLA. (FIRO OUR COIRESPONDENT.) MUTUALr Iatiaovi:S?RNT SocITY.--This society held its monthly meeting ionWed-. nesdny, 18th inst., when a debate took place on Rlobertson's Land Bill. The de bate was opened by Mr. W. Martin. Tihe Speaker disclaimed oppposition to the Bill, as a whole; on the contrary, had been its zealous supporter, but considered it suscep. tible of much amendment. 1st. The dilti. culty of non-professional persons selecting a piece in strict conformity with the Act as to boundaries, more especially as to what would be held to be amain creek, &c. 2nd. The free selection. Although this was the main feature of the Bill. M. M1. thought the principle of free selection was embodied in a better form in Black's Land Bill. lHie thought the obligation to fence and improve would be a wholesome check upon the tak ing up of land by persons absolutely desti tute of any means, which lie considered to be an unprofitable withdrawal of the labor front the commnon wealth....
SOMETHING LIKE SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
SOMETHING LIKE SPORT. A Californian~hovwspaper (the Golden Era) relates ' the. following laughable sporting event, namely, a bull race, for the truth of which it vouches, It says: -" Many years ago, theo members of a racecourse near. Brownsville, on the Man ongahela, published notice of a race,, one mile bheats, on a particular :day, for 100 dollars, 'free for anything with four logs and hair on.' A man in the neigh bourhood named' Hays had a bull 'that he was in the habit of riding to mill with'his bag of corn,' and he determined to enter hiimfor the lace. He said nothing about it to any one, but he rode 'him around the track a number of times, on 'several moonlight nights, until the" bull had the hang of the 'ground pretty well, :and would keep "the right 'course. He rode with spurs, which the bull considered particularly disagreeable; so much so that he. always bellowed when they were ap plied to his sides. On the morning of the race, Hays came upon the ground mounted on the bull...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
SYDNEY :MARET;. The Sydney papers of Satu-day last re port asuiider: £ s:s?d. £ s. d. Flour, first, per ton .. '28 '0 "0, to 0 0 0 Do,, Seconds, per tol.:. 25 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Wheat, per.bushel .. 8 6" .. 0 9 0' Bran per bushel of 201b 0 1 6 .. 0 0 0 Biscuit, Cabin, per 1001bs 1:12 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, Navy .. " 0.2 0 . 0 0 0 Broad, per 21b loaf 0 0 6 .. 0 0 0 Hay, per owt .. .. 0 7 G'.. 0 8 6 Grass .. .. 04 0.. 0 5 0 Lucerne.. .. 6 .. 0 7 6 Strawu .: .. .. 0-5 0... 0 5 6 Bark, per do. .. .. 0 1 0?.. 0 0 Oats, per do. . . ..0,:8 6;.. 0 4 0 Barley, per do 0 -O4 0".. 0 .0 Maize, (now) p6r do .. 0 4 0 .. 0 5 0 ,, (old) . .. 0o4 6 .. 0 4 9 Grconstuffperdozen .. 0:0 10 .. 0 1 0 Beef, per lb .. 0 0 08.. 0 0 1 Calves .. . 010 0 . 0 25 0 BIilch Cows nominal ?Mutton, per.do .. ..0, 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Pork per.do . ..0 0 65.. 0 .0 5j Veal, per do .. 0 0 3 .. 0 0 4 Lamb, per qr... .. 0 1 0'.. 0 5 0 Fowls, per couple .. 0 2 6.. 0 3 0 Ducks, per do. .. .. 0 8 0 .. 0 1 0 Ducks, wild, perd .. 0 3' 6 .. 0 4 0 G...
THIRD DAY—FRIDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
.THI1RD DAY-PFinAY, MAY 27. First Race.--TIE DIsTRICT PunsE of 20 sovy.;, -with a sweepstakes of 1 sov. cachl, for al horses, the bona fide propoerty of the resi41 dents of the district of Shoalhaven, and in their possession three month's'prior to' them racoti;:weight for ago; one mile heats,? Mr. A. DeoMcstre's b f Pasha (V. Moaguiro) .............. 1 3 1 W.\.Clolnoi's>?bg lry ........ 3* .2 ,MPherson's ch g Wla ker.. .... 4 32 10 Stapleton's bI h Whistle Jacket 2 4 ;O Pasha was the favorite for this race. but Walker lid also his admirers, but was not in condition to racm having ietn entered on the understanding tlhat it was one event of a mile. whereas it was contested in heats. Second Race. -- T·lu SIIOALUAVEN¢ Tung CLUon HI DICAP of 20 sovs., with a swocp stakes of 1 sov., each, forall horses,!to lie handicapped by the stewards, or by whom they may appoint; non-aeceptors half fortitit; distance, 1i miles; heats; weighlt for ageo. Mr. Waldion's oh m Maid of Erin;, 9st 51b (Don...
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT SHEFFIELD. LOSS OF UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT SHEF-.. FIELD. LOSS OF UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. (From the Home Revs.) One of those calamities which stop for a time the pulsatibn of 'the whole coun try, and fill thd public mind with astonishment and awe, has-just occurred in the neighbourhood of Sheffield. The horror is intensified by the fact that the accident took plice 'suddenly ind the dead of the night, wirhen 'the' people;" after a hard day's toil, had laid themselves down to tranquil slumber; hundreds who had gone to rest in the full confidence that they would rises with the light of returning day, awoke no more, their goods, their dwellings, ind everything pertaining to them-nay, their very bodies-being swept away 'by a mighty flood. For seven miles above the busy and populous town' of Sheffield, where dwell the sons of Tubal Cain, where the clank of the hammer and the anvil ceases not, and for twenty miles below, all through the smiling valley of the Don, which was just putting forth the tender buds of e...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
SYDNEY MARKTETr PRIOES. tanize (new)--3s to 3s 6d pr bushel ,, .(old)--4s Gd to 5s per ditto Barley; Inlting-2s Gd to 0s Cd por bushel. Ditto,. Cape-2s Gd to Os 0d ditto Oats-3s Od to 3s Gd ditto Bran--ls 4d to is-Gd ditto Flour-lst, £28 to £30 per ton Ditto, 2nd-£2G to £28 ditto Hay, Lncerneo-£G Os to £8 Os ditto Ditto, Oaton-£G to £10 ditto Potatoes, home grown-3s to is per ewt "" ,, imltortel-s to Gs per ditto. Onions-10s to 18s-if sound Butter--9d to Os-still very.dull. 'Honey-5d to Gd Bacon--6d to 7d ditto Cheosc-5-d to Gd ditto I Eggs-ls Gd to Os p'ioer doz. Fowls-2s Gd to 3s 0d-per couple Ducks-3s Od to 3s 6diper ditto Turkeys-Ss to 15s ditto Calves-Ss to 15s Pigs-3d to 4d per lb Hides-4s fb 10s each Tobacco; Colonial, ls 3d to Is 6d GRAHASI& MIULHOLLAND, MIay 27, 1864. King-streetWest, Sydney.
SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY, 26TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
SECOND DAY.-TizoisnvAr, 26'T'n MAY. First ltac.--The Poec.tAxs' PoIasE of 20 sons., with a sweepstakes of one soy. each, for all horses; tile winner of the Shoallhaven ]Plate to carry 5 lbs extra at the discretion of the Stewards; weight for ago ; heats, 1 mile. MIr. G. K. Waldron's clih mi Maid of Erin Ost ilbs (islbs oxtra)(BDonelly).. 1 1 A. DeMcstrc's cli mI iide e...... 2 In the .first heat Haidee led at ai strong pace, but was not able to keep it up, being off the grass, the conditioi .of the Maid; standing to her throughout. 'The second heat was much the samq as the first, -Iaideo finishing well up, pace good. Bet. ting 2 to'1 and 7 to 3, on the Maid, with few takers. Second MRace.-Tho PrINCE or rWALES STAKEs of 20 sovs., with a sweep stakes of 1 sov. each, for all horses; the winner to be sold for £30 ; if en tered to be sold for £25 allowed 7 his., if for £20 allowed 14 lbs.,, it for £15 allowed 21 lbs. Heats, 1&# miles; weiglit.for age. No further allowanci. The. s...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattle.-This market is without changb, and cattle are selling at boiling rates; veiy fat prime beasts might bring £3 to £3 10s, but that would be an outsido price. Fat Sheep.-A full sulpply, vith only a mode rate demand ; prices, subsequently, are lower, in fact only nominal. Store Sheep.-The 2400 ewes and weaners advertised by me to be sold at HIomebush, realised the following prices, viz.:-Ewes, 11 to 12; ewes weaners, 7s; wether ditto, Gs 3d, averaging' ts 3d. which I think a very good figure. This. desription of stook is in;good demand. Store Cattle"-Several inquiries, but few transactions. Horses.-A demand only for good .strong draught colts, which bring fair.prices. Msilch Cows.-The demand increases, and I could sell: more than are coming to hand. They bring from £3 to £8, accordingt to quality. s l Stations.-I have. several inquiries after good runs in favoured localities. I have sold the Bland and Mtugga Swamp runs, with 2000 head of cattle mustere...
SHOALHAVEN RACES. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
SHOALHAVEN 'RAOES. FIRST DAY-WEDxESDAY, MAY 25. First Race.-The M?.?un PL.tTE of 30 sovs., with a sweepstakes of 2 sovs. each,, for all horses that never won an advertised prize at the time of en trance ; distance, 1b miles; one event; weight for age. Mr. G. Woods' g g Jamberoo (Andrews) .. 1 A. D,?eestre's b f Pasha........... 2 J. Stapleton's b hi Whintle Jacket .... 3 Pasha led for about a mile when the grey wont up, collared, and passed her, a good run home resulted in favour of the grey Pasha a good second, Whistle Jacket a bad thisld. Second lace.-The SHo.sLr?A?Ev PLATE of 30 sovs., with a sweepstakes of 2 sors. each added, for all horses; heats, two miles; weight for age. SMr. G. K1. Waldron's clih m ;aid of Erin, (Donnelly) .................. 1 1 Del?estre's eli IIaidee ........ 2 2 Woods' g g Jamberoo............ 3 3 The Maid went away with a strong lead, evidently having .tooq meh -foot for the others. The pace: wiy not very good until the last three-quarters of a mile, wh...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
HORSE MARKET. ' Mr. C. Martynreports The sales have passed offvery cwell this week, and besides the usual Bazaar sales have included the following drafts 'sold at the Cam-. pordown sale yards:-33 head from the Cool burn district, belonging to Mr. Charles Wig gins, at from £1 15s to £27; 30 head belonging to Mr. John Welch, at from £1 to £12 10s; 50 head bolonging to Mr. John Warn, from the Crookwcll, at from £5 to £28 10s ; andi~ draft from the stud of A. Berry, Esq., at fron £4 10s to £14- .
CAMBEWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
AMBIEWNARRA. (FROS A CORRESPONDENT.) The children connected with the National School here, were invited by' their teacher, Mr. Iraser, to a picnic on Tuesday last. The place chosen was Bengalo, a pictu resque spot on the Shoalhvaven, and likely soon to be of considerable importance to the settlers around, from its central posi tion and the facility'. with which produce can be .shipp'dd from it.. Nature has here,, in course of time, 'fashioned the high roeeks on either side into the most fanitastic shapes ; presenting in one place a cave most tempt, Ing to ;the hermit; in another the sam, blaneo of. the castellated ruins of bygone days. Above seventy children were preseot who with-several of the parents and some adult frieihds entered most heartily into the day's amusements. Owing to issistaned from friends not at filst calculated on, the supply of eatables was more than suflicient and of excellent quality. 'The children got all hqme before dark, after a day's enjoy ment that will no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
.THE "INDEPENDENT". GENERAL :PRINTING- OFFICE, MARKET SQUA RE, KIAMA. T IEB PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jamnbroo, Gerringong, Shoal haveno, Ac., .&.,. that their Offico is replete with every dsIuripti6n of the most modern PLAIN AND FAoNCY .TYIE, BORDERS,':&C., Which ehables themn to execute work in a style equal to any other office in the Colony, with the otmost accuracy andT dospatclh. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every ariety aimd style, includiig Pamphlets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars Societies' Rules Labels Reports P'* osters Billheads Hand Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes SLeases Agreements. They hope, by moderate charges, neatness man accuracy in the execution of their work, with punctuality in completing orders, to se .cure a share of public patronage. Sir In terms of the present poetal arrangc men ts, Printing can be forwarded to any part of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. The INDEPENDENT is published every Tou...
POETRY. THE NEWS OF A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 May 1864
POETR-Y. iTHE NEWS OF A DAY. ile Sanune . LibLTh, oreIDIiANA.l " Great Battle l' Wimes' Extra ", the newsboy cried, ]lut it scarcely rippled tile living tide That ehb'd and-flowed in the noisy street, With its throbbing heart and its busy feet. Again, through the hum of the city thril'd, "Great battle!' Time's'Extran Ten thousandkil'dl" And the little carrier hurried away, With the sorrowful news of that winter day. To a dreary room in an atihe high, Trembled the words of that small sharp cry, And a lonely widow bowed her head And murmur'd " Willie, my Willie is dead. O, I fear'd it was notan ih~ie AIrean That led me last night to the dgrk deepostmanm, Wimre the ground o wet 'with a crimson rain, And strewn all over with ghastly slain; The stars were dim, for the nuiht was wild, But I threaded the gloom till I found my child I " The cold rain fell on his upturned face, And the swift destroyer had left no trace Of the sudden blow, and the quick, sharp pain, But a little wound and a p...