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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
THE "Ir)E$E NT" GENERAL PRtIN4P OFFICE, MARIKET S QUTItl Y? tAMA• T HE PROPRIEnTOI S beg to informn tilhe I Plublic of Jamberoo, Gcrriingong, Shoal. laven, &C. dc., tlhat their Ofice is reploto vwili every description of thie most minodern PCLAIN AND FANoY T?yP, IOanDERS cOC., Whici enableos thelm to execute work ilda stylo equal to aly othler office in tlhea Colony, withl t utmnost accollrac y nnda despatclh. Plai, anold Onanmcntal Prilting, in avery ariety nad style,'ioiidluing-W., Pamphl1" ' B :Law Faorms , Cataglogues Business Circulhrs Societies' Rules Lnallels Reports . Posters Billheads Hlnl Buills Busioness Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreomeonts. Tlhay hope, by moearate charges, nontness aidl accuracey in the execution of their work, with panctuality iu completing orders, to se cured a shaoir of public patronage. T In terins of the present postal arrange monts, Printing can he forwaradd to any part of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. SThe INDEPENDEN...
GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
GREAT I3RITAIN. Prince Alfred has been createId Inight of the Garter. British Govermnmnt favorable to thel scheme sf an additional Australian mail. The Iz.iuna route to be opened at the ex pense ~f the colonies,'if at all. The notorious I-Tindoo rebel, Niian Sahib, has been captured. fanilla hlas been nearly destroyed by an earthquake-150'0 lives lost, and property dcstroyedtothl e extentof 0f,000,000 dollars. The distress in Lancashire continues to dccrease. The Queen of Prussia is on a visit to England" The elections in Paris and other large towns.have universally resulted inl the de feat of the Governmesntcandidates. Changes are auticipatcd in tihe cabinet. Puebla, in Mexico, has been captured by the French, and Ortegd surrcndered witll 12,000 men. The Frcnch are marching on tihe city of Mexico. t ]arge army is assembled before Nan Ikin, and aL siege anticipated. President Lincoln has cihlled out 120,000 militia. The State Government have promptly responded to the call. London, 2...
REPORTING IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
REPORTING IN CRUROsr. MIuch excitement hlas been occasioned of late in tile parish of Olaydon, Suffolk, in consequchco of ultra High Church proe eeedings on thle .part of the rector, the Rev. G'. Drury, who is assisted in his duties by a gentleman belonging to a society called the "E]nglish Order of St. ]Besedict," and who signs himself "Brother Ignatius," although in more quiet times ihe would hlave been simply styled the Rev. J: iL. Line. In conse quence of the hubbub created in the village, a reporter from the Ijswlic/ ,Jour,,ao was sent over to take notes of the proceedings at a mid-weklly service in tihe course of last week. "Brother Ignatius" occupied the pulpit. Seeing the reporter present (who aippears to have given rather an outspoken narrative of previous performances in thioe chlurchl), hIe deprecated any notes being taken, on the ground tlhat what Iheo was about to ssy was for thle spiritual edification of those who hleald hlin, and not for publication in newspapers. The...
TOBACCO—ITS CULTIVATION AND MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
TOLACCO-ITS CULTIVATION AND . IASNGLEMLENT. WmiTe rs n tmay' be said of tle practice of smoling tobacco, and its eilet on health, manners, &c., it is not tobe denied that the cultivation of the plant has proved a source of very great ntsulthll to those districts in the old antil nes .rorlds in which the ncccs sary attintioi has becepaidto it. We be licve that the shme miight be the case in this district. Though we do not pretend to bii judges of the article, we know of severdal settlers a5npo greant distance from Kiama, 10who lave nIot. oril;produced but manululhe tured tobacco very much to their own satisfitection; and we tlhink it likely that niot only this, but many other agricultural pro ducts might ]iave been brought to a high degree of perfection here but for thie high price?which were, not long ago, obtained for bitter, aild the small amount of labour which was necessary, in order to bring the butter into " tihe market." We suspect that these latter circumstances have...
THE AMERICAN CLERGY AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
THiE AIIERIoCAN CLEJRGY AND TI?E WAR.' : TnE civil war has either greatly demo ralised a large portion of the Northern clergy, or too many of the persons who oxereise in this country the sacred fune tions4±.cministers of tlhe Gospel are un fittedlfr tlheir calling by want of educa tion, manners, and Christian charity. Foremost among tihe abettors of strife, loudest and most relentless'in ltheir de nunciations of all who disagree from their political and social dognmas, fiercest and most pertinacious in preaching a policy of vengeance and extermination, such men as the Bchelers and hcocvers have made themselves conspicuous for every quality of which the meek and gentle teachers of the religion of love should not exhibit. Hitherto such utterances lhave. been individual rather than collective, and hlave sprung in a greater degree from the idiosynerasics of the preachers than from the corporate action of the Churches. But now it would appear as if the evil example of tihe few had corrup...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
GaBsno, in liis great history, tells us how the victoerious chief of a barbarian army in possession of the city of Athens, zojected tile proposal to burn the libra ries which they had found there, on the plea that while the Greeks were addicted to the study of books, they would never apply themselves to the exercise of arms. "The sagacious counsellor," says tile .historian, "reasoned like an ignorant barbarian. In the most polite and powerful nations, genius of every kind has'displayed itself about tile same period; and the age of science has generally been the age of military virtue and success." The truth of this observation lhas been remarkably exemplified, during the last two or three years, in tmhe oldest as well as'in tile miost recent seats of civilisation. We do n'ot now allude to the vast n:gterial appliances, the military and political abi lities which have been developed in the course of the great war in America or in any war whaitever; but to the cizeal, the constancy, t...
THE ADULTERATION OF EAST INDIAN COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
TIIE ADbI)TLTEIltATION OF EAST IN IAN Corrox.--An influential meeting of cotton-spinners was held in Manucos ter on 'the 19th, at which an association was formed to protect its nmembers against the frauds perpetrated by the native cotton dealers of India. They, it seems, seriously adulterate their cotton, and, as the dealers in Liverpool'have determined that no allowance for faldso packiing shall be made " after passing the scales," tile spinners lind themselves without any re imedy but such as the newly- formed assc ciiation inby devise. An instance was re lated where a stone 10 lbs. weight was found in one bale of cotton, and tihe owner paid for it at the rate of is. (d. per lb. Tr ITe ToN DiRKE oN LovE.-In reply to an application on behalf of a young lady to send homue a major on active duty in tile Peninsula, for whom she felt so ardent an affection that her life would, it was supposed, be placed in danger if her wislhes should not hbe acceded to, the D)uke wrote:-" This' fortun...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
AMERICA. Great meetings have been held in the Northern States, at which resolutions con demnatory of the conduct of thile War were passed, and demands put' forth that peace slhould be obtained, and the wishes of the people respected. General Grantl has been repolulsedl'eforo Vicksburg; and General lanks defeated at Fort Hudson. The latter has lost an arm. General Sherman is dead of his wounds. General Lee is concerting an attack on W\rashington. Commodore Wilkes lhas been superseded in consequence of the representations of the British Governcment. Federal loss at Vicksoburg; 40,000 men. England declines to interfere with tihe proceedings of the French in Mexico. The steamer Norwegian ran ashore in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The cargo, mails, and passengers were sLaved.
WAR VERSUS LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
.WARl VERSUS LIBERTY. SIf the 'pains and interests engendered and fostered by his cruel and illogical wir liad notblinded the eyes of the Ame ricans to the dangers to which their li berties are exposed by its continuance, they might have seen by the multiplicity of banners and placards bearing the words "Uiconditional Loyalty" how low thley had fallen from their once high estate. That a free people, justlyjealous of their liberty, should allow such banners to be flaunted ill their faces without indig-n nantly tearing thems down, or that they' should accept tihe doctrine of "uncondi 'tional loyalty" without scornful repudia tion of the political slavery and degrada tion implied, shows how munbrcalfreedom and indbpcndcnce of mind tihe wvar has al ready destroyed. Unconditional loyalty is more than the Russians give to their Czar,. or the Turks to their Sultan, and has never been yielded to King or Govern nment by any people spcaling the English language since the days of Henry VIII. I...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
GA?R;DEIER'S CALENDAR. AUGUST. KrrcrrEy'Odn?y..v.--So pcis and beans for late crop; lso cabb1no, Ittuco, onions, ondltlowers, leeks, esclla lots,lrhubar ?, and herbrs. Cioor aud loosen sol. Sowv as Itl loth, with addtittiton of spring vegetables it ti.nerl At ntd ofti s tonth so£w pumpktls, uelons, reogtablo manrrowF, and plant potatoes. (Inclltltt. .-l'lin t eery dcscrwition of ihrdy" fruit trees, as aPlple, peanr, quince, almlond, peachl; berry~, plri tot, ortnge, &o, l'runo, leatr, oad l oanut dociduous fruit trees. FLOWG Gonoo?'-- Tranotoln llltet, ueonle:? tloweriny shrubs o~rob.?vs;:,magnoias, camlelliias, arua:l tiwors iitog topo togit ttoti Fhtoto.--Prelo, l for oaizo, sounmer groing ?ops. So?.ptt, lorley, tnd oats, it late distriots. Sow iobeiot to! tobeds, tnt prtecttfrofroiro it. Sow sorghum saochrattwwt ot l t wd beds for ltttintog outt; tmsnootptt when six inches high, in roows tioe feet partS; lot tho plontt'be at foot from ech otheor. l'ottooo to befort.
STATISTICS OF THE BRITISH COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
STATISTIOS OF THE RIITISH SCOLONIES. A return, moved for by MIr. Bazloy, was laid on tlhe table of the House of Commons in MIarch last, showing the area, population, revenue, debt, and corm mcrce of each British colony and posses sion in thl~ year ended tile '31st of Decemnber, 1860, and the amount of Im perial Expenditure for 'Colonial Services in .the respective colonial possessions. Tho following is an abstract of the return, with reference to the principal colonies. Canada. - Area in square miles, 210,020; population, 2,500,755; revenue raised in the colony, £1,498,528 ; amount of public debt, £11,970,004; value of. imports, £7,078,342; value of exports, £7,116,141; Imperial expenditure, civil and military, £211,596. British Colmibia. - Area, square miles, 200,000; population, not ascer tained; reventie raised in the colony, £538,3827; amountof public debt, £5,200; value of imports, £057,3889; value of ex ports, £11,400; Imperial expenditure, civil and military, £42,998. Newm So...
HAIR NETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
HSia NETS.-A man-of-war's man, lately returned from sea, was ridisig in tihe train a day or two since, and at one of the stations was observed regarding two young ladies on tile platform very attentively. Presently he exclanimed, " Have. the women got so lazy that they musthavo bags to carry their hair in." ..ISIOo' 13BOOIFIELDr, D's. REPARTEE.-A friend of the Bishop's was once intrccding, with him onbehldf of a clergyman whlo was constantly in debt, iut whlo was at man of talents' and eloquence, he concluded his'eu. osium oby sayily , "i n ifaet,, my lord, le is quite a St. Paul."' "Yes, replied the hiseop, drily, "in prison oft;" STIs STARS AND BARS have gone out of use by general consent as the Confederate flag, because of its too great resemblance to the Yankee concern. The crimson battle flag,with St. Andrew's cross of blue, is in generaluse in tlheConfederatearmies. A YovuNo FRlNcSIrA, N having resolved to blow hIis brains out and being anxious to have a Christian bisgial, wro...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
" CRICKET. --""IFROMi THiE IERALD.) A sestioie of extraordinary excitement and unprc&edented interesti soeems to be before us. Its grand feature undoubtedly will be the visit of an English Eleven-. a Lteam, perhaps, of the most brilliant players that ever represented the "Home of cricket." There can belittle difficulty in surmising how favorable were the im pressions conveyed home by Stephenson's Eleven, when Parr is since found to have had such a wide field of choice as to enable him to enlist under his standard the highest ability from all quarters of the kingdom. However distasteful it may be to accept so great a boon from the en terprise of BIr. Marshall, it is not likely that his unpopularity in the colony will materially detract from the enthusiasm which the appearance of this Eleven amnog us is.sure to elicit. 'As yet, how ever, it hlas to be seen whether a separate engagement for New Soutllh Wales will not be carried out by Mr. Lawrence, who lhas the confidence of bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 August 1863
The OConnell Monument Fund. A T a preliinary meeting held at the A Royal tietoria [otel, Terrara, on Tuesday ,lthnst. reetng the above MIonument Flund, d, seconded, and carried niotlyThat a general meeting be heldlatth above hotel, on Monday, 17tltproxio, q one o'clock p.m. It was furth r proped and carried, that C-. I-. Mort an, E?s., preside over the meeting as ehI irman on that occasion. All admirer of free and liberal principles are invited to ttend. OHK TiV. KEVLN, Honorary Secretary To tile O' nell Monument Fund in Shoalhaven. Sholhaven 8thll August, 1863. Notice of Removal. P. IIA VIS ON, " OOTMAKER, BEGS to acquaint his friends of the sur S rounding ds ts ,Tnamberoo,. Gecrringong, BFoxgro , roughton Creek, that he hDly OV D from his former residence in MI nnisC-street to his new house in TERR I OSLOG STREET, next to Mr. Finlayson s Coach Factory, where he hopes to rece ve tile sam smhaose of public patronage which has been so kindly bestowed on him for the last ten years in ...