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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We ( Empire) have nows from Adelaide to thp. 27sf. inoK. by way of Melbonnro. ? The half-yearly meoting of tho South Australian Min ing Association was hold on the. loth instant, when the report of the directors to tho shareholders, with tho usual returns and statements annexed, was read and adopted.' Tlio last report of tho directors, made six ..'month's- sinc(V was of an extremely favorable character. The lo'al 'un divided profit of the association at that ; period was £ti5,C5i (is , and the yield of oro during tho previous six months had been no less than .'.5*50 tons.v-ln: com- parison with this statement the present. report- is upon tho whole equally satisfactory. ? The yield :of ore durinn tho past six months amounts to 5600 tons, - although the percentage of copper contained in it.is: soniowhut less than during tho previous period. . The total profit report ed at tho last meeting of tlio association was'very'largo— - the largest, in fact, that the company eve...

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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Parliamentary. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

|5iirltiniiEnfnrtj. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Herald and Empire.) Friday. William Spain, Esq , having taken the oaths, took his ?»eat as a member. A message win received from the Assembly bringing up tho Crown Suits Bill and tho Sydney Bethel Union Bill, which were ordered to stand for lirst reading on Wednes day next. On the motion of Mr. Holden, an address was adopted, rfiitlliMrr fur fti.i nnrt'outiMmltiiinu Ittit.ll'npn t.lin lll/Iirp'; Hint tllrt ? Government in relation to the despatch of judicial business. On the motion of Mr. Thomson, the Infants Marriage 1 Settlement Hill, and the Hills of Lading Bill were each read a first time and ordered for second reading on Wed nesday next. The second reading of tho Drafts on Bankers Bill was ordered to sUnd for Wednesday next. The Council adjourned at a quarter to five o'clock till Wednesday next at. four o'clock.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

TASMANIA. Wo havo Hob.art Town, and Launceston papers to the 22nd instant : — Testimonial. — A deputation, consisting of a number of the most inllueiitial gentlemen of the city, recently waited on T. J). Chapman, Esq., M. P., for tiia purpose of presenting him with a purno of £-10!), with which to purchase a pieco of plate, as an acknowledgment of the g-cat services rendered to the colony during his five yo.irs c.iicer as a member of tho old Council.— Advertiser''. I in-; lCKVEXUis. — Tho quarterly comparative statement of the revenue shows a mitt decrease, as compared' with the September quarter of lust year, of .£-1,208 4s. 7d. In tlio item of Customs the decrease reaches the sum of .£.'!(-,!) Hi 12s 2d , which is Inhiuced by nil increase under lho head of ' Miscellaneous Kccoipls' of £;S0,'.)13 -js 1 Id., ol which .L'ii'J.OOl) are for debentures. The total amount of revenue received is .L'Jj,.r'71 12s. (id., showing iin increase nn i Ins June quurter of this year of £10 ,'J8y ?±s...

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(To the Editor of the "Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

(To thu Editor of ilic ?' Illawarra Murcury.') '.;'?? 'I Sin — In your issue of the 27th October, you enden- ^ voured to rouse the forthcoming ' Brighton Bulh i\ Company,' and you justly observed ' Why should it lay . in abeyu'nee,' alter, us 1 understand, something of the y. nature of a survey hud been mnde, und two advertise- '. inents published respecting meetings. Knowing, u» far j- ua visitors are concerned, that baths are much required, 1 have, on several occasions, conversed with you : respecting baths, and my proposition was to provide for the present by improving and repairing the lire&ont bathing-house at tho Stockudo Point. I trust the pro- -: prietor* of hotels, of boarding houses, and storekeeper* ,; will think with mo thut tho more facilities afforded to (?,? visitors, tlio more wu.shnll mutually ho heiiefitted. I }7jj bolicYi) iny advertisement, ten years ago, first circulated ft tho name of ' The Brighton of the Colony; ' and, from its mftny' attractions, it ...

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Miscellouea. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

ffiiHrtltea/ - ItOMAjroR on Board an KjIighant Snip. — Miss F— : — — , an. interesting brunette, a passenger on hoard tlio Fly, recently arrived in Hudson's Bay, had smuggled mi lho vessel,- when in the dock, a small pet spiuiiel, the only friend from whom on leaving tin; land of her birtli she felt niiulilo to' part.- Her fellow-passengers, however, milling mo nog lor various reasons- an unwelcome iiiumto of the 'intermediate,' grumbled und growled, and at last conspired and plotted against the I'm ilicr.conlinuiinco of what they in their barrenness of sentiment bad. stigmatised as a nuisance. Great was tho distress of tho charming mistress ; but if thero is ono place above all' where selfish com fort is the ruling passion, that phi'ce'i's tho crowded cabin of an emigrant vessel. Tho dog w'as doomed, and the damsel was unheeded'. Not quite ho, however, for ono of the crew becoming aware of the case, took the quadruped under his own protection, and shared nis hammock in tho forecast...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

(Drigtnnl Cnrrrsjimiter. It into bo disiiuctly .umterstooil Hint we do uot identify ouwelvci '?:'.??'- wilh Uic opinions of [teutk-uiRU availing lliL-mMjlvm of lUe i'-;1-. opportunity of uuvocuiiui: tlmli- viows in this dupfti-tnieut of %-U our journal; iiorcun no uucttrtalic Io insert any commtin:- i1:-,'; cation not having the writer'* name auJ uUdruM attached ';.-..-?.! thureio — not. uecessni-ily for publication, but as a guarantee j , '\i'i ofKOmlfaiUi.— lin.'J j;.V;'

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Agriculture. A WARNING AND GOOD ADVICE TO GROWERS OF POTATOES ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

Slgrimltiirt A WARNING AND GOOD ADVIOK TO G110WJ3KS OF POTATOES ONLY. Our contemporary, tho Hobart Town Advertiser, has tlio following article, -leso.ripl.ivo of tlio evil effects arising ?from the over cultivation of the potntoo in Tasmania, and pointing out a remedy to tlio many victims of the potatoe growing mnnift. Wo need seai-cidy draw Hie. attention of 'the settlers in tho Shoalhavon mid more southerly dis irtcts to tno iippiicawiity ft wo auvico ouereu in it to them. Tho instances citod tno exactly parallel to ?' theirs, anil tho reasons urged lor adopting this advice ottered, are so true and of such general applicability, that we aro confident tho one will bo disowned, and tlio other adopted : — 'Thero arn now wasting, ns useless and itnprofitahlo rubbish severnl thousand tons of potatoes in the' agricul tural districts of the colony. This is particularly tho case in tho lltion district, wliero this vegetable constitutes the staple of farming produce, and wliero a proportio...

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Original Poetry. THE FORGET ME NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

(Drigmnl Ifcfnj* : THE FOKOKT HE NOT. ':'?.., -..???. DT HENRY MOSS. There '« not n flowr-r I priiso ro much Of the swept offspring of tlift iiartti, As one whose leaven, of nzurn lni«,' Doiioln of ennstanrv tho worth. 'What tlio' tlio Hose lie nurmty's (niccri, : In Runny lnwii or slinily grot, . Fnr mure I prizo I-otu's cliurisliM flow'r Timt. Hwi»nf.lv smtlL's ' foitzet rnc Hot.*' Tho stately T/ily, Jnno'n queen, Ilcurs hisli its liorol. In linught or pride, As if in scorn it diet disdain All c\fo, Uio' fair, nn earth bolide ; ? 'What tho' its learcs lie. Miowyfnir, And stalnlcs, free from oartlilysimt; Far dearer is the modest tlmv'r That .iwettly eniilun ' forget me not.' Tho Rnnrty Tulip, Hunt nml vain. Its bright robes dolh unfold. And tempts with -warm lips breathing smiles, Us heart within all rnld ; I Ml none of thoc, them flaunting vain, Thy smiles tleceWu me not : Far uioti! I lore the wen bit Ilow'r Thut sweetly smiles ' fursct mo not,' The Violet her fitter is ; Itepos...

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The Mines. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

€\t 3Bta0. THE ROCKY TClVEIt. .. . .(From the Armidalc Express, Oct. 23) - , Tho i.ireathpr continues beautiful: the grass is spring ing up fast, which is much required to impiovo tho con dition of the dray horses, of which wo now feel a scarcity. If tho now rush to tho head of Sawyers' Gully should turn out well, tho washing stuff will have to be carted double tho distniieo it had lo bo from Mount Jones to watcn This now rush is turning' out better the further tho diggers move upwards. Somo prospects weigh as high as eight dwts. to tho biickotful of stufl'. On tho next Hat a great number aro sinking, whero, it is sup posed, they will havo to go from 41) to 80 feet before bot toming. If payable gold lies in this direction it will be found out from tlio iniinenso number of parties working there at present. A number of Port Phillip miners left to-day for some now rich ground, said lo havo been opened in that colony. Several are leaving for Olmn, from whenco good accounts have arrived ...

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PORT PHILLIP FARMERS' SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

TORT PHILLIP FARMERS' SOCIETY'S EXHI BITION. {Front the Argus, Oct. 23.) Tlio annual exhibition of stock, dairy produce, imple ments, machinery, -6e., was held at tho yards of tho society, near tho University, on Wednesday and yester day, The weather was very nnpropitious. Wednesday, the day alloted for the trial and exhibition of the machinery and implements, was ushered in by a hot northerly wind aecompaniail liy incessant clonus ol dust, altogether preventing the attendance of visitors, and materially interfering with tho trial of the threshing and other machines. Yesterday commenced with rain, and tlio day throughout continued gloomy and anything but enticing to pleasure .seekers. The attendance of visitors was, however; greater than could have, under tho circum stances; been expected ; and tho exhibition must amply have repaid those who, despising the probability of a drenching, visited the society's yards. Tho number of stock and articles exhibited was very considerable, and p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

Steam totweon Kiama, Wollongongr, and Sydney. *--;?-- rilHE KIAMA. STEAM NAVIGATION SW'U'y -*- COMPANY'S Fast und Favourite ^kM&Jl. Steamer vTi^wSS ' KIAMA' plica ri'fiiilarlv twico a week butwceii Kiamu, Wolongonjj, longong, and Sydney : Leaving KIAMA EVERY M ON DA Y A N'i) Til URSDAY, at 1 2 noon punctual. And the Victoria, Wharf, Erskino-street, SYDNEY, Every TUESDAY aud FRIDAY NIGHTS, at 11 o'clock. Fares ; — Cabin ? ? 7s. Cd. Return Tickets ? 12.s. 6d. Steerage .. .. .. .. .... .. 5s. The ' KIAMA' will call at WOLLONGONG for KIAMA every Wednesday nnd Saturday mornings ; and from KIAMA for SYDNEY every Monday and Thursday. Fares :— . From Wollongong to Sydney. Cabin ? 7s. 6d. Return Tickets ? 3 2. 6d. , Steerage- ? .. 5s. , Between Wollongong and Kiama. Cabin ? ? 8». Steerage .. .. ..'.-. .;..-.. .. 2s. Kiama, July 4th, 1856. '' 811 Notico. t-ajst- QIIirPEItS of Goods and Produce, by the £W'h ^ Hteamer 'KIAMA,' from KIAMA, lire sJi'.t^S^s requested to take notice, Unit n...

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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

'-,?;; ULLADULLA. ''?/ ' fPBOM OUR OWN' COURESPONDENT.] We have here a community, with ut leust 100 children^ of whie.h the greater part are fit to go to school, and not one school to which their parents might send them. . It is education thut brings the world forward ; we can there lore expect in regard of Ulludullu, thut we will have to stay all behind, if we do not noon have a schoolmaster settled amongst us. This would be a good opening fora young, intelligent man who understands his profession, lft he came to live here, und£would take some pains with hi* work, ho would soon have plenty to do ; as the penplo huve ull the means of sending their children to school, uml what is more, I believe 1 can hufely isay, they all wish to do so. In my last, I spoke of the necessity of having a miigii Iruto and constable here, I can assuro you this neeesnity becomes every week nioro urgent. We huve hud cases here, which, if' ire had, had u ALigiitrnto, would hum been 'coked into at once, inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

Kiama and 'Wollongong Steamer. /*-£*K- npHlillXAWARRA and NORA CREINA -TmIK ?*? 1Vom tllu riioouix Wliarl', SYDNKY, J^MtML, cverv TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and ^£»j3SiC« SATURDAY morning at 9 o'clock, and every TUESDAY mid FRIDAY night at 11 o'clock. From KIAJ1A, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY ami FRIDAY morning at 11 a.m. From WOIjLONGONG on the same days at 1 p.m. Fares to and from either placet Cabin ? ..... ....? .. 7s. 6d. Steerage ? .. ., .. 5si Return Tickets available for either steamer, 12s. 6tl., aud 8s. 6d. 55 Bhoalbavoll Steamer. JM5P rpHE NORA ClU'UNA from ' SHOAL Ai'ff'% * HAVEN, every MONDAY and X^&Hg,, THURSDAY morning atO o'clock, call-., -4wci.VS»s.~ ing at KIAMA and WOLLONGONG From Sydney every TUESDAY and FRIDAY ni^ht at 11 o'clock, calling at WOLLONGONG and KIA.MA Direct and Roturri Tickets at the very lowest far'* ns I'irevioiisly admtLcd. ' J4

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The Illawarra District. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

€\)t Sliiuunmi Itsfrirt KIAMA. [If ROM otJR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] _ THE Kiama.— On last Saturday this steamer carao into our harbor, hut was forced to depart without landing passengers or cargo. The sea was go turbulent that William G-eoghegan, who went out in a small boat to assist her, in, mooring, hud his boat upset und narrowly escaped from being- drowned. The Kiama, next morning, returned to Svdnev. where she is havim* nlio-lifc iknumi. she riit-eived while in tho hurbor, repaired. ';; WiiKCK ov .tub Nei'tunk.— This ketch brought » 'cargo of shells to this port, and lay at anchor for several days, waiting for calm water to unload ; but on the morn ing of last Monday she parted from her anchors, aiid was driven against the rocks close to the jetty. In denpito of every effort to save her, nhe has become a total wreck. The Neptune was built at Brisbane Water, mid was, for eonio time past, a regular trader to thut port. She was uot insured, and Mr. E. Parks, who was both the captain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

Extensive Salo of Dairy Stock. MR. JOHN: COLLIE will noil by auction, on TDES, DAY, llm NOVEMBER, n't 10 o'clock precise! v, nt Mr: Archibald Graham's, Canterbury Farm, adjoining tho property of D. W. Irving, Esq., on Hie Dapto Road, tho uholc ol his Dairy Stock, connisting of: — k 56 Dairy Cows, Milking and Springing 25 Heifers C 'Working bullocks. 3 Unbroken ditto '2 Hulls 2 Draught Horses 1 Saddle Mnro in Foal . 14 Acres Wheat 40 Pigs, various sizes Household Furniture JJunj Utensils Yokes, Bows and Chains Plough and Harrow Dny Spring Cart and Harness. J. C. begs to call tlie partieularaltcntion of the public to tho unreserved sale of this really valuable slock. Tlio ?wholo.must bo sold in consequence ol' Mr. Graliam having sold bis land, and intemling to leave tho district for Sydnoy. Terms: — Under £ IS cash, to £30 threo months', and ?ibovo that sum, six months credit bv approved ondorsod ,. bills. A Luncheon will bo provided. 84 Genuine and Bona Fide Dairy Stock, w i t h o u ...

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The Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

€\)t Biefrnplk [from our own correspondent,! The following is our Sydney Correspondent's letter for list week, which did not come to band in time for publi cation in our last issue..] Tho last ol the frequent clinnees of Ministry under tlie new Constitution having involved tho ielim|u'ishuient of tlioir seats by llio gentlemen who accepted ofiice, tho business oi tho Legislutivo session lias been delayed until the process of re-election was completed. With the exception of Mr. Donaldson, who was defeated in thu Sydney Hamlets by Mr. J. Campbell, and has had to find another seat, which by this timo ho hus obtained for South Cumberland, tho ministerial arrangements muy now bo considered as settled. Tiie sittings of the Ch mi llers were resumed on Tuesday, when Mr. Parker, the Colonial Secretary, stated, that though nil incusiiies con templated by the Government could not bu introduced at this let} period of the session, they intend to bring in a bill to restore thu Corporation of Sydn...

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OUR SHARE OF THE ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE FOR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

OUR SH kJS.]i OE THE IS TIM S.TED EXPENDITURE .'?FOR-. 1856: The following statement of the sums of money proposed to be expended in these districts for differpnt services, is compiled from the ' Esti mates of the probable Expendituie for 1857,' laid before Parliament bv Mr. 'Parker. Many of the sums are placed on the estimates for the first tinie^ therefoie, we should presume they -...11 ha finuml intri»-«iinjj ^n_nnr__r/--)flpu: ? Unier the head ' Police,' the follownig'itcms are pioposed : — Cleiks ot Pettv\ Session*, nt 'Wollon- goug, If i.iiii d, mid Shoalhareii, at 175/ each ? £525 0 0 Chief Constable at 'N'olloiigoiig .» 175 0 0 District Constables, tuo, tit 1142. Is. 3d. ouch ? 228 2 6 Ordinal j Constables, nine . .. 903 7 6 Total ? 1831 10 0 Independent of tin-, there are the allowances to constables when absent at night, for clothing, and forage, as well as the piovision for medical attendance, clothing, stores, arms, fuel, light, and water, and other allowances, set down'...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. MONDAY, NOV. 3. (Before Messrs. Smith, Ellis, Davidson and Douglas.) ADJOURNED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

COUKT OF KKQUESTS. Monday, Nov. 3. (Before Messrs. Smith, lillis, Davidson and Douglas.) ADJOURNED CASES. Timothy Daly v. ThomaB Kelly, for £9.1 6s. This arose out of some transact ions between the parties, in the sale and purchase of potatoes. The main matter iu dis pute was the price of the potatoes. The plaintiff sUting his price as 28s per cwt., whilst the defendant said they were to have been 12s. or 14s. There was also some dif ference as to tlio payments, llieir wursnips uecmeu upon a verdict in favor of Daly, for £3 Ss. Id., staling in reply to tho plaintiff, that they had allowed 28s. per cwt. for tho potatoes.. Mr. Owen appeared for Kelly. James Mulhair v. Michael Kelly, for £10. From the evidence of Mulliair it would appear, that nearly three years ago, he had given to him by Mr. George Anderson a bull calf, and ns-he thought it was a very good breed he took it to Kelly's where ho was then stouping ; Kelly's at tho timo were milking some cows of his, having tho product of...

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Local. COURT IF PETTY SESSIONS. THURSDAY, OCT. 30. (Before Messrs. Ellis and Fairs.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

ICnntl. ? COUKT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday,' Oct. 30. (Before Messrs. Ellis and Fairs.) Aggravated Assault.— Tho following- case was omitted in our last week's issue. John Uuekley appeared on the information of Bridget Buckley, his wife, with having '.'-committed a violent assault upon her on the evening of tho liSlh. The particulars of this atrocious assault will be best gleaned from the evidence of the nroaecntrix as follows . — Bridget Kucklev sworn, stated. the information read is true ; the persuu before the Court is tho John liuukley complained of. On the first night of the races, he brought a man home named I believe, John Casey; Casey Jiad a cuso buitlo of gin with him ; Casey asktd me to fill out some drink, which I refused to tio, but gave them some glasses and told them to du it, themselves. My hu.-tband took the bottle, and he and Casey had a glass. After a short time my husband flung u glass at me, aud caught me by tho hair of the head with one band and struck me with ...

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[?]RDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 10 November 1856

s .RDBXIN'G -\M- A«ni- I-T.T' 11 \L MEUOKAXJU rOli NOVEMBER. Kiiouek G4rih:n.— Vl'int Fcurlvt runniT', tomatfi' IuUiicvh capsicum?, nulilloucis, IicVp, ir-Llrtlot', culuj, Libbij.!.,. ^ju lortuccu, ipimich, celery, cuuliilnwura, cuciniiburH, punipkiiih. Keep anparaji uh beils, iincl cnrroU ami piirmilps IVco from \vcrd*. .- ? FRUIT Gaiwkk.— Take all usrl.^s shoots from thu fi uit trees mid grape vine* ; tiu tip the branelicM. plu\-x.ii 'takuk.n. — « iu'u nyiLumin-* unu tuups are past nowor ing, tuey .'liould bo laktm up mid ^pruud tii drv nu a mat. 1'ropa Kate Ciirnutiotid by Invent. Transplant .yn'uug smlliiiK tlower roots. Clear tin; (lower border* and slimliliuiius from weedfi. Vieui.— AttumJ cnrcl'nlly to young tobacco and kucp the ground cluar ; barvi'st begins. &te Jllatawa ifeamj, ' MEASURES, NOT MEN.' ;:::'' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1S56. ...

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