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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
TO THI ElDITORI OF Till' IIAMA INDEIPNDENT. ' Sin,-Some few months ago'there -was a collection made through the town for tihe benefit of our old friend William Geohagan, when lie, unfortunately, fell fr6m tho rocks, and so narrowly escaped being killed. Your journal was not then started; but I was expecting to see somethling.alicit it in tho. paper we had Ilhen-tlie Examiner. How ever, there was nothing about it, so far as'I knew. I gave something towirds the col cection myself, and some other people I know did the same. It is natural for people to lilke to known what becomes of their money. I do not know exaet\ly who are the persons to ble held responsib le; bit, por haps, through your journal sRome informa tionll a li e got. Very likely, as you seem to be bent on upholding vwhat is riglht, you would be willing to giv' publicity to. t names of the subscribrs,li not to grayyT their vanity, if they ihve any, but for thi satisfaction oftthe.public. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, JO...
SUGAR CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SUGAR CULTIVATION. Am?sb the unmistakeable signs of mate rial progress which we see on all sides, nonii is more gratifying than. the rapid and -certain extension .of -agriculture. Eoery fact which inereiises our knowledge of the science of cultivating. the earth is valuable ; and- when meui of intelligence and capital devote their energies and means to the determination.of facts suffi cient to form the basis of a system of eul tivation, they deserve to be regarded as public benefactors. The sugar plantation on the estate of the Heon. Louis Hope, at Cleveland, occupies one of the pleasantest situations in MIoret6n Bay.. It consists of an elevated triet of land. origially moderately timbered with ironbark, gum, and oak trees; and it is bounded on the south and cast--its leading aspect-by Raby Bay, and on tlhe iorth-enst by Boundary Creek; the western limit is formed by the dividing lines between the estate and the lands of-other proprietors. The Soil is for the most part 'friable loam...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SYDNEY. MAKET PRIOCES. Whlicit- ?. Gd to (is dpol??er bllicl : M:tixzo--j (l.to' 34 10il ditto . 31 irluy, Maalting-l (il to. 0s lO pc'r bilshell. Ditto, Cipie--s ad to is Od:ditto . (Oats-6 Odil to 7s Od ditto . lirni-ols iid to Os Od ditto: FIlor-lst ,£14 to itl per to : iDitto,'2md -£12 to10.1 ditto Hlay, L:ucenie--:CLs3 to,£P'0O.ditto . . Ditto, Oitoiin--£ to £8 Os. ditto .: 1Pottous-?-efi to £8 Os. ditto Onions-£2.to £2 10 pdr ci t., ... Il.tter-l--D pci lb-Sale dull. 9'.!. " Honey-i"' .to lid per lb ,. Bicon--7d to 3t ditto :: . * '" . . hlices?i?c d to 8it ditto . Egg.-9n to Od per'doz. . , I'owls-3s (i: t'o.a 0Od pir coplo.l DUck.s-4s Oil tbl .f0dl.per ditto.., . ,Turkeiys-7s to:114 'ditto . Calves-0ls to'£ '.' t " ' Pigs--4ld:to: d i'er Ib " c ' ':' ''. ' .ides--4s to 10a cncli :. ' .c " GRASHAM3 k 2EULHOTiAND, ". . . 1 . .*iio-strcet Wust, Sydney, .Op t,.31 ' 1863., ,.; : . , . ... .. ..
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
R.:,ALWA A U TI'ON. DEPOT. Fat Cittle.--Not quite so: fim. I sold ot . Thursday,'at the,Victoria Yards,-a -mob at from £4 s toP£5, averag £1 8s;' Fat Sh!lp.? IMarket at' about last week's quotatilons, viez.; 17s,to 18s. for unshorn, aid 1'2 to 13s for shorn flocks of prime. Store StitOk; -Notlhing to report:. Horse?.--Good :miuils are still in domand, and liseoly to roiitii so for sometiime to'coao. Mtilch Cows.-DiAfliclt of sale. I ofTercl 24 "at m,)aipot yosterdaiy,, of which 8 only were sold, at prices rimging from 20A to £6 10s. Prohlc nSale'. Railivway Antiln Dopot. Fat calves. supply equal to doitand; lambs, fi r' supply, lnhot one really prine to hand;' poultry are bieoinitig mro plentifill; biitter, a coiaiderable fall lias talcn place, and futrther anticipated ; eggs,o firm ; bacon, rathiur dull this week, unless for very priino; potatoes,; in good ldeanil;,:id Isolt tons to-day of Hunter River (not primu) at £8 10s.' Ilay, siteady at quotations. Prices obtainied wier as fo...
FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
inEE SELECTI'ON. . 'hough we are not in the abstract desi rous of diminishing the riumber of. tho inibitamnts. of this district, it is possible that soime imay be obliged to us for any in- forni?atian whiich maI y enablo them itb take advaintafe of.the provisions oft th laind latw. iansy o of our icnders ire nwsraethait Mr. John Hanrahltn; forlnerly an alderina.n:in tihe municipality of Kiiama, is no1w engaged as oversecr of roads in. the Clarence and iclhnionid district. We i hn now before ns a letter froom that geistlemani in whichli lie speaks inl the hiihest terms of tiho country .. in the neiglibolirhood of tho: Richnion?d river.. 1o'considers it the finiest land that a freo selector could ddesire, aid says that it lies in tons of: tliousanuds olisres .it the disposal of those 'who are?.seeking holme stonds. Heo thinks there cadiboeo doubt that iii a fen years it will becomne the- most. flourishing agricultural district in the coloniy, especially as, it linasitheisdvantigo of l...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
HORSE MARKET. 1Mr. Charles lMartin reports The sales have (with a few exceptions) been restricted to horses of a inldiutn and light description. Fresh countr' stock arrivaled only iu small lots, and were chiefly fromt the Illa warra nol S.uthern districts. A mixed draft, belolt;ing to Mr. John Campbell, were sold at tht COtmperdown sale yards, on: Tuesday last, at from £1 5s. to £15 is. The following is the result of the "tst week's sales at the Blazaar, but Iigher prices can hp trocured for really ihst-cea l stock. (Hig h loses, up to £36; mtnslinn drc.tht (chi -a f t mres) £12 to £1 Ins1: lnekrer £ : £1.i. No heavy draght Iahor?eas weoe nT r 1.l ROS5TR TOR TUESDAT, hIf NoV [FclnPO.-MP5PSa. 3. 3f. Gray, Colley, KPendal, .Moles, and Owen.. RoSTnU ToR TLESDAYIO0TI NOvOYEnoL-MLeCsFS. Waugh, llndmarsh, King, Robb, and liddoll.
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOWRA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SIOALHAVEN. ,FROM OUR CotiliESPONDENT.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOWR1A.. 'TUESDAY, Oc?ollR iL?7TH... (]lofore Dr: .3hckenzi, i, ssrl :El iard,Thomli -..so, .ldoorn, Waddington,. iand Grlham, -.Justices.) ' . - . Mackinnon v. Robertson.-For neglectig? to day thie amount of 5s. a wook ordered to bl illd .towards thei siipport of an' illegitimate thhild. Settled:otit of court. Fletcher'v. IHyan.-Undot thlo IMasters and Servants.tAct; for i25. wages. Settled by ar nitration. . . SWililhil Rltose alippared to ansirer anO infor nittion by constable O'Connor, wherein he was charged with ail assaiult on o0ie. Francest P1iurson, with. intent to '-ravilsh her. Do bitdant pleaded not guilty, and prayed for a .postponoment, as his. attorney was not in at-. teitidance, and also that lle 'lid been appro tioided by -the constable on a iwarrant, and 'ftorwards .dischalrged. anll 'tthen snunnoilled.i Ioe did iot know how to defend himiself. Tl'he 'ioecl decided to .look into the, mktter, :ri miarki...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
'ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EsXTRACTS. ..IIntin.. T?Iues 01 :o: oIINouRn.--Titles of honour aire ptill lbon: by the ropresenta ivos of., sonomof the old Milesian families.. n Ireland. `Some of thesoe titles have be como mextinct in course of time,. such as the M'Carty" More, the White Knight, the 3'Sullivan Bear, the O'Moore, &c., and ·some .haneboin mrgdcd in .peerages.. The O'Biyyons in the' titles of Thomond ( now extinctii) and Inclhiluin, the O'Neils in an Etirldom (extinct),.the O'Callaghaln inLor Lismore, and the. descendant and re seoitativo of .the' O'Byrne's in Lbr Tabloy. But the following titles are preserved andI generally acknoewlec These,iare the O'Donoghul of the Glens, O'COnor, Don, the Knight of Kerry, Knight. of Glen, the O'Grady, the MG - licuddy of the Reeks, and the M'Dormiiqt, Prince of Coolvain. "The two first of thdije repYlesent Irish consituencies, iand it is believed are the only Irish chieftainis who have adhered to. the national religion; all the other...
RUSSIA AND POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
RUSSIA AND POLAND. Thel following intelligence has. beei rcceivedfroni the Polish frontier relative to otherlate engaagements - ]Four combined. bodies of insurgents, nuunbering in the, aggregate about 2000 nin;e wore toteally defeated sat Chromakow,. in the govermnent.of Plock. Their losses' were 200 killed and 38 prisoners, with a very largo munbor. of arms; of every de se.iption. On the 12th August, a detach-. ment of Riissian troops, under the:: coin: mand of General Boggowout, encountered,' at Magnusszoew a body of 500 insiurgent under'Jasinski ; the latter again suffered at total defeat;., leaving many killed' and ws-onded on the field. Ainothor detachment of insurgents, numbering about sixty mei,I uuder Boqqushas,. hibdalso .beein lefeated, 'Asigust 13th, near Chrobrze.e OOi thle lath, neair Obeehow;. anothere'letachment, num bering 500 imen, aid commanded by:Chslie= linski, wans put to flight, notwithstanding the strong position they had taken up. The insurgents on this occns...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ' PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. October 23.-Caroline, brig, 191,.tons, Cap tain Hayes, from IHokianga.7th instant. - October 2.-Rhllodcrick DhIt, barquo, 375 toils, Captain Itacpherson, from Otago 14thl instant.-Jaue Lockhart. schoonlr, 80 toins, Captain Williams froin Otago 8th instant. October 25.--IH. L. Rutgers, an Amorican barqee, 495, Captain Ho\wes, front Otago Gth instanit. - Kestrel, brig, 18(i touns, Captain` Davis, frnom Nelson 5th instant. October 28.-Kate, brig, 22 tons, Cnaptain Mills, from Mauritius 10th September: October 29.-La ogue, shllip, :1831 tonis, Captain William, from Plymouth, 1st Augiust.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
`NERAL PRINTING .OFFICE, rf1TE PltlOPl'IETOItS beg to, infoin thle I:sq. ..: ubli f:J"mnbero, Gerringong Shoal ; h. o i & ", " ' : th ait 'th e ir O ffico 1is . p le o te 0witever; dcrlpeition of tlitmost miiodeira Which enablles tliootoexeotowork in I tyle. a-: dciuhl ai?yothltdrTofi .eeinktlio:;; ny, .Swith nrfetllyty 1111 atyi intiudliog- h Law, For. r Catailo:'iis Bu i " siness Cireulars Soieties'ule Ttlie ahils Report ;, : ' Posters " DBillhenils Haid:Bill B'(.'.iiiessOhrd :Preomlissory Notes L -- ses ,. greenionts. ;-. :.iiso? lpe; by iodera?te eha les,: leatless : ant : n:eil ccraey:in tho`eoxcutbiiu 'o f tioir work, ith aetuit ii: clnmplteHe tlng 'ordtl'rs, to so C'dire l i sliar1 of:pulihipaltronoage : . Ili ternms of ti?e lpresent poslal : rranige inent'P, rillltiig.can- he forwarded to 1iy:1par1 ; of tle lo01ony att " I ner1ly nomi nhial : rato of 'he INDEPENDENT I;s publish ed vely :l'tieday htoriing.at .. o'clock,-antl fobiwarded to alli parts of' the" colonis. ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
October 23.-Alice Cameron, lbari?eci 4;'7.= to2n, Captain Barren, for Auckland. October 24.--Astriali;d, barqiob,,5 O6 Cap-: tain litzsinunons, for Java, in ballast.::. October 25.--.ui i?od,. sl ip 7 tons9 Ca thin Bristow, forIonglongo, \vitl 85. Cahieucse passeligers..
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
THE AMEREICtAN .PEOPLE. TI'Im Amuericans are not like otlier people, They are turbulent in talk, bi?t not irl conduct. They love libeity, but they will not risk their lives or their pcrkinal safety in. resisting it. :Tifoy, sneit andl sunrl a.t authorit , lut they, obey :it. The y taffectto despise the -hostile-ciriti,' cism of Englishmhn, but they writhe and groan.under.it. Their forefathdis.fonugh dtesperately for sevon yeirs ,against tlic power of Great: Brlitain, to reist t the isa position of a small 'tax on ta, bot .they are rather proid -than otherwjie that: ini two years. they have incurred: as large a debt as GCret Britain inicurred in:a iun- dred; anid have no'shame in proclaiming that, as they owe it to one another, they will repudiate it if they please, should the weight of taxation ever bec6mot in jurious to trade or commerce,,or oppres, sive to the bones and sinews of the la bourer. They have great reverence fori .law, but'they condone the olfences of law breakers more...
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SIIHLTHAŽRl3OR.: . (FRro-A ColIiEsrPONDEraT.) I heg tob equiant you o'ithl a most.sitignu larraccidgit that occurred to ir. Hlisgins of the Mount Keira Hotel,. near Wollon gong On 'Sunday afternoon, the above-named gentleman was returning honiewards from. a visit to his son-in-las, M-ir. Granger. of Gooseberry ill; and hj;hll: neaIr n r. Couch's residence,' a .lad nained Hien'iv Hliicks, who was riding at mare with a foal running by her.side,:passed by hinm.' The foal ran to tho,.opposlte side. t -3Ir. Hig gings' horse, which caused the dam, .inslt lit of jealousy, to lash out with bloth feet iat Mti. Higgins' orse, ..thereby kicking that gentleman ion thle right' leg .and causing ia traeture of the bone j1st above the ?iskle. Assistance was piromptly rendered to. thbe sufllcrer by somei passers-by, who took himnt in to i'r. Coueh's house, where all that was possible to be done without medical aid was astecd upon to ailleviate the pain. Mr. IIiagigis was safterwarcds conveyed tb his...
CONSCRIPTION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
OONSOC.t?PTIJON IN AMERICA. The pictare of the operations drawn by Dr. Mackay, of '!hct Tise.s, is by no eans. pleasing and. edifying ,In Now Elngland, he says, "where the draft has not been contested with violence as in Ncw? York and 1the North-West the pru dent and' canny' people seem to have dis covered that there, are other and better means of avoiding unpalatable military service than by.taking up arms in the streets, plunderidg shops, burning down orphan asylums, and hangig ing innofensive nerocs. Persuasion 'being better than force in: their estimation, they have re solved to persuade the inedical gentlemein of their villages, towns, and cities, to testify to their physical incapacity to per form military duty." According to a Connecticut. journal, tlge Hartfor, d Ti'mes, the exemptions by surgeon's certificate of drafted men since the commencement of the draft in New England, amount to.. the enormous proportion of seventy-thrco per cent. Thli amount of fee given for this ser...
NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SNTIONAs, SnooLn.-We are glad to seo that the non-cVsted National School in 'this 'tbwn was re-opened last wreki, under the care of Mr. Jamnes VWhite, a fully qualified teacher. Mr. White, a scholar of Queen's Colloge, Belfast, arrived in tlis colony some twelve Imoithls ago. nnd (lns, for the groeter part of that time been employed as assistant master in St. M.ark's Collegiate School, Macquario Fields, of vy'iich the Roy'. F. G. M'Arthlbr is principal. With the view to render himself eligible for taking employ nment under thelTntional Board of Education, Mr. White attended tlhe Traiining School, Fort-street, for the prescribed period, and has received a. very creditable certificate. He seems fully up 'to his business,and -wo trust the school will prosper under his management. Onurnc or ENGLAND SCInOL.-Mr. CO burn, Inspector of the Denominational Schools in connection with the Church of England, visited the school at Kiama, on last Wednesday. There were 75 children on the school rol...
THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
The Precss-lis boon described 'as :'tih? Foi rth Estate of the Realm ; but it.. is not so. If Tav ic'anemiber rightly, it w?is Lord StTalley,who ddscribehod it as.a second reprcsenitation of :thc thliird etate. This is nearer the isiark; though .-it is not exactly true, seeing that- the press repro sents, or professes to represent, all thieoo estates. Its' influence on the State is a fact 'either not acknowledged at .. :l, or acknowledged as an evil to be held in ;check by stringent laws and safeguards. Its place of power is not defined by any writtenou constitution, and its acts are in our day contrlled, for the most part, by by no written statute,.bnt only by its own good sense. In its iilodes of expression, the newspaper press of our country usually keeps: far'within the bounds which the law .preleribg;; it voluntarily prescrihes for itself a l?w which hab no authority but that of taste. There is no greater power under the constitution tllan this press, which is indooeed the sour...