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PLAINTS ENTERED FOR TRIAL IN THE DISTRICT COURT. TO BE HOLDEN AT KIAMA ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th. 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
PLAINTS.ENT.ERED OI?OTTRIAL IN 'THE :DISTRICT IOURT; TO nE HOLDEN AT ICIAIA O'N WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th. 1864. Alexander Irvine v. James, Irvine, jun. Debt on judgment, £45: 8s. 10d. Graham .and Armstrong v. John Bailey. , Goods sold and deliverod,' 26 14s;7 d.1' Tolhn King .v. Andrew McClelland. Pro. Note, £18 12s. 6d. Wm. Irring v. R. H Owen. Work and labor done, £9 16s. Jolmhn King v. Geo. Young. Detention of property, £25. Daniel Watts v. Jessio Dodge. Goods sold and delivered, £10 19s. Od. Gmraham and Armstrong v. Dennis Collins. Goods sold and dlivered, £24 17s. 4d. John Morrison v. John Mioore. Detention ofproperty, £11 17s. 3d. Win. Geohagan v. David Smith. 1Malioiousi prosecution, £100. Robert Anderson v. Richard Bushnell. Pro. note, £90.
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
RIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. ,TUESDAY, MAY 1. Messrs. Marks, Mloles, Fry, and Colley, on the'Bench. D. M' DONALD V. JAMES LAW. £2 17s Od., for goods sold and delivered. No service of summons. Postponed. SAME V. T. WILSON. £4 ,s. 6d., for goods sold anrd delivered. A letter was handed to the Bench by de fendant's son, applying for postponement on aecount of defendant eilig aSt Berrima on subpoena. The son i:eofising to paythse day's expenses the ease wsas proceedwith, do tho debt proved, nd'. a verdict given for the am ount. ; " , ,. SAME V. OWs s" w 0so7. £.1 Os. 6d., goods sold and.delivered. SThe defendant denied havlsgi received a bill of items, but admitted a personal iap. plication on the part of plaintif. Verdict for amount. SAMLE V. [. GAY. £2 Os. Od., for goods sold and doliuvered: SPostponed tillnext monthc SAME '. J. SUFFOLK. £6 18s., overdue promissory note. The note was more than tlureo years' overduoe.- lThe- defendimnt- stated that lihe had letters in his possession promis...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
JAMBEROU. (FROS OUR CORRnESPONDET.) The J?unboroo annual ploughing match caine oll'on sWedn~eda?nast, Ist instant, in ou of the level padd~gks of ]'ermitage firmn, Mrs. HIdird'si Th dac ty was Las fine is could be desired, ai1 a large number of persons assembled on thie ground. Messrs. Curry anid O'1eara ihad crected booths for the sale of refieshincuts blutl; no mishap of any consequence was produced by the use or abuse of strong drink, so flr as I am aware. P'robablyfroni soine caise con nected with the condition and colobriantion ol' the ground, the work, whent linished, appearedl by no inlcis atn ilnlfrooretlcnt onl the performance of tformer years. The award of prizes was as follows:--lst, \Ir. Jas. Black; 2nd, Thomaos Haiyley: 3rd, Geo. Taite, jui; 4th, Johln 3lurlhy. In the second class thie first prize was nad tdged to at inimiirt young plolgltumani of the mname of iuckett, the secondl to J ames Harley. It the evening a ularge company of those who took an initer??'est in the...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
* ScHooL. O AnTs. - -We poreooivo in another part of our columns the ahuounce ment of a second lecture, at the Goiort house, upon what eis ao ery interegi~. subjcet, " Tlhe an , p ~ibl",We presume thant M1r. 1rd ?illnot tre?this subject so much in a \ligious sense as a scientifie one; and whole we consider how rmeally little is known by the general public of the plants anid ttces..t' Seriptnre, and how muceh dlc cpr ne aing is thrown into the truths by 'elssr hequaiintance with the botanieal )plsiicbcr& of the several trees, considered int c~nilection with the text, there is every reas?n to expect some thing quite new to our little society, and which we hope will prove deeply interest ing. T~he low state of the femds hais obliged the committee t scopnT enee the elsarge for non-subscribilr."i '.h, jerhaps, is to be regretted in the eaily progress of tihe society; but as tlhere i? not a sfllicient iun ber of nmembers to sitsain the itistitu tion, the general public must be tax...
GARDENERS CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
GA.TrDENElt S CALENDAR. I'ELo.--Cut and holoso tobacco. Collect and stor0 cotton. Vater shall ootnre paddockts with weak liqnld, llllllr or w ater. V|NEo.rn.-L'outinu e prting vines and pn'lrerili tile soil, ;nld pepard 'stakes. to supply ditillroenioe - O?CU.An.-OathIer latu apples and poars. Corunonce gatllheriO ol550.5gcs awt5llemnor.L. Tmslsplant ill Isl o od errgrocs Utd'dslccido oits fruit trees, straw berries, rOspbcrrlns. c. l.rocctd inmaifully Witlh deel dlglous taid ol-uthi. l'rueuo woithl kniolf n tosaw. FIuWoo (-.ObRDEsN,--SIII i s t-ot two montho; onlys llant out or rentove ill shlrubss, ro,0, &e.
LABOR REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
LABOR REPORT. £ £ Femnlo servants ................ 20 to 26 Married farm and domestic servants 45 to 60 Stockmen and plouglen ........ 35 to 40 Coachmen and grooms ..' .. 45 to 60 Shopherding families ........... 55 to 70 Garden and farm laborers ........ 30 to 35 Shepherds ...................... 35 to 10 Blacksmiths and carpenters ..... 60 to 80 Gardlners .. .......... . 45to 50 Road Miakera snd sirveyor's 0 en.. 40 to 50. nosTEr. ros Teitsr. , JCu*E TiT. - fOers. Waugh, Ilindnlnrsh, IKin, Itobb, nnd llddan. l - ItOITEs FO rTrcEsAr, 1l4TI .tru?s -?ssrse . e. ry, T. Ularmpian, M[arks, 31lter, and Charles.' . . . . _ . . . ? '
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
IRELAND. The official agricultural statistics of last year show that .tillage has decreased considerably. In the cultivation of wheat the decrease, as compared with tile pre ceding year, has beon 91,555 acres; oats 28,542 acres; barley,; 21,064 acres; bore and rye, 3504sacrcs; and.bans and peas, 51 aeres-a total decrease in cereal crops of 144,719 acres. The green crops have decreased in somne instances, and in otlhers have incroased. The total under flax amounts to 213,392 acres, exceeded by 39,413 acres, the greatest extent shown in any year since 1847. There is a net decrease of land under crops. Grass lands have increased in Ulster and Con naught by 25,260 acres, and decreased in Leinster and Munster by 7537 acres, leaving a net increase of 17,723 acres. Fallow has increased in Ulster, Miunster, and Connaught by 1675 acres, and de creased in . Leinster by 3231 acres. Woods and plantations are returned as having decreased in Leinster by 1743 acres, and increased in the other pro ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
SOME StatistiCal: returns recently pub lished by the Government .have furnished the politicians and the Press of the country with a certain' amiotnt of reliable information relating to one of the most important measures, or series of measures, ever yet introduced inito the colony, viz., the reform in the Land-laws. The two metropolitan daily journals which are commonly regarded as representing re spectively the conservative iand the liberal aspects of colonial politics are in this matter substantially at opge; the Govern ment returns above mentioned. having supplied both of them with febts .and tigures,. which are open to the examiuna tion, and consequent conclusions of any one who may think proper to inspect them, though we ourselves have not yet had.the opportunity of doing so. The mnoreliberal and popular of the metropo litan organs indulges in a strain of un founded triumph over the success of the agrarian reform; while its rival though anxiously seelking for every possible abat...
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS. CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS. CHEESE. (From the Yeoman,) The great question of imported versus native produce comnes more and more home to us with the progressive advance of the colonies. It is one thing to raise : factitious article under'pressure'ofenor mobus protective duties, such as those by which alone beetroot sugar is maintained ii France, and another to pay hard cash fdr some other brought to us ten thou sand miles away which we can raise just as'well for ourselves. ' To force any de scription of produce in the teeth of cli mate,; soil, and high labor is nonsense; not to raise it when all these three cin ditions are favourable is nonsense equally. It hais often been a matter of surprise to us that, notwithstanding our fertile land, our splendid herds, and the spirit of enterprise which markis many of our people, yet some of our agricultural pro ducts are not making the progress they ought. Notably among these we may mention cheese. Large quantities of English cheese are now annually...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
MISCELLANEOUS. TRAGICAL, OccuRREtNCE IN CAnLISLE. -On Monday afternoon a terrible fatality happened a young lady, who, in comp:any with a sniall party of'friends, was inspect ing tile machlinery in the mill of Messrs. Joseph Robiuson and Co., biscuit mauu faturers, Denton Mill, in this city. She was a Miss Miary Nelson, of WailO, a village near Lowther, and her companions were MIr. Burrows (to whl!on, we believe, she was engaged to bh married in a week or two), Mr. Atkinson, (Mr. Robinson's traveller), and MIrs. Atkinson (whose friend the unfortunate lady was). In their course through the basement floor of the mill MIiss Nelson's attention was attracted by an Archimedean screw, which collects the wheat after it is ground, previous to its passing into tihe elivators, which is .guarded by strong brass rods breast hIligh. It is surmised that she was stooping down, and her ex panding crinoline was caullght in the whleels; but thisis not known.positivoly, for she was a little in tilhe re...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 June 1864
SHOALHAVEN We have received a communication from " Veritas" correcting a rather unfortunate error that appeared in our last. Our Shoal- haven corrrespondent wrote us that an in- quest was held on the body of M.Ryan. &nbsp; It should have been on the body of Michael Maguire, at the residence of M. Ryan. We are obliged to " Veritas," and make the desired correction with great pleasure. &nbsp;
CONTINENTAL NEWS. THE DANO-GERMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
S CONTINENTAL NEWS. THE DANO-GER3TIAN QUESTION. The Londou Conforcnco for the .poacoful Ctlemtnt of the Danish qucotion, mot yes. terday at the official residence of the First Lordof the Tricsury in Downing-street. After a long discussion, the Conference scparatod without settling anything decisive. Lord Clarendou,.after a conference with the Emporor Napoleon, returned to Loeidon and nnnounced tli ititontioi of France an4 Eng land to demand an armistice. France an?ld England agreed to declare war against that power refusing to accept tihe truce. dtcanwhilo, during these negotiations, the brave Danes have suffered frightful losses, fighting to the last, relying on England and. Franc for succour. The Preissians, to the outrage of humanity, bombarded Sonderburg without gyiving notice, thereby sacrificing un armed civilians, women, and children. Aftcr two months' gallant defence, Duppol was taken by assault on 19tle April. Thcrn was great slaughter on both sides. Several naval ongagemen...
ARRIVAL OF THE ALEXANDRA AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 26th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
RRIYAL OF THE ALEXANDRA AT ADELA'IDE, WITHr THIE ENGLISH MAIL P BOMBAY. iFrom the 'Herald's king George's Sound ielegraphic Correspondens.J GENERAL SUMMARISY. London, 26th April. Tile Queeocn again appears in public, and held Scourt at Buckingham Palace on the 9thll of April. The Rlight Hen. Robert Lowe, Vice-Presi lent of tile Privy Council, Ihas'resigned. Sir Richlard Macdonald, late Governor of So oti Austraha, has been appointed Licute ant-Governor of Nova Scotin. A bill to unite nova Scotia, New B3runswickl, and Prince Ed ard's Island has passed both houses of Legis. ture in Nova Scotia. The Opposition motion respecting the Go ernent motion on China lhas been disposed by a count out. The decision of tile House of Lords hlas sn given in the Alexalndra appeal cnase. The peal was dismissed wvith costs, and the ves 1 hits been delivered to her owners. Garibaldi's reception in England was most ntltosiastic, from .tle Prime Minister down 'ards. His entry into London was atrium iant o...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
TO TU Coi EDITOR OF TrH'U ?AlM3A INDmIPEN'NDCNT, Snt,-Your Shellharbor correspondent was ill error to say that the only evrent worth mention that took place on the Queen's Birth-day was the catechclising und treatl to the school elildren. I thereflbre wish, through your pIielr, so far to correct his error us to infolrm you aundyour readers that the return from their wedding tour of dir. W. Wilson and his bride (the late Miiss F. Pike, ot Kiasna) was celebrated by a sumptuous dinner, provided by the parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and ?irs. RIober WVilslon. The upper Iloor of the oteam flour Iill was decorated Ibr the oo casiou. The dinner, at which W\ . M?oles, Esq., J.P., presided, assisted by J. MI'Gill, Esq., was placed on the tables about four o'clock. About fifty partook of thle hiospi table spread. Several toasts were dranlk, and speeches made appropriate to the oc casion. The tables were removed, when about one hundred and fifty persons as sembled, and those disposed for a dun...
A NUN'S POWER TO DISPOSE OF HER PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
A NUTN'S POWER TO DISPOSE OF HERl PROPERTY. A curious appeal from a decision oi the Master of the Rolls came before the Lords Justices on the 8th. Jacob Metcalfe, by his will, dated the 18th of November, 1849, bequeathed the residue of his per sonal estate to trustees, upon trust for the children of two persons named Met calfe and Thompson. The petitioner, stated that in 1858 the petitioner became a I.omsan Catholie, and three years after wards she took the veil at Paris. By an indenture, dated the 28th of June, 1802, she purported to convey and assign all her real and personal estate to Mr. Hope Scott and Mr. Sergeant Bellasis, upon trust to sell the same and to pay the pro ceeds of the sale, after deducting the costs, to the " superior priest or ecclesi astic for the time being of the congre gation of the reverend fathers of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri at Brompton, in the county of Middlesex, to be applied by him in his absolute discretion, for any purpose whatever, for the ben...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
ULL'DULLA. (pnoM OUa cOllBESiSbNDENT.) PUoLIO HEALTL.-I anm sorry to say that of lato our distriut appoars to havo lost for a timo its healthy charactor. A short time since the heooping-cough wasprevnlent; this has now been succeeded :by the influ enza, from which many fatilies are suffer 1sUen STONE PERe-ThiB work, which had been progressing in so satisacetory a manner, sustained a serious injury on tihe night of Priday, 3rd instant,: about 100 to to 150 feet of the main worlk being carried away by the heavy sea on that tempostous night. Until work gets set the danger of injury is for greater than when finished. But this accident leads one to suspect the plan itself is deficient. The part alongside which vessels are to lay, and to which they are to be moored, is to be composed of walls of cuot stone two tos weight each space between being filled with rubble?( TIlis appears too narrow, being bet. twenty two feet at top, and the entire height from the bottom will be about 27 feet. Co...
TOTAL WRECK OF THE "ALL SERENE." TWENTY-ONE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 June 1864
TOTAL WRECK OF 'THIE "ALL SERENE." TwVrNTY-oe LIVES Los?T. C (From t?e Emipire.) It is our painfu.du'ty to record the total wreek of tile All Serene, with thle loss of twenty-one human beings. Thie details of the sufferings of the survivors, written by the second oiicer, Thomnus Yates, has been handed to us for publica tion by the owner of the ill-fated vessel, J. C. Malcoh, Ersq. The survivors from the wreck of the All Serene arrived in Sydney yesterday, by the Rotumahn : Tihe ship All Serene, from Vancouver's Island, encountered strong galesof wind at the commencenent ofl her passage to Sydney, having been seven weekls to tihe Sandriieh Islands; we h?lad to call in at Honolulu, being sliort~ of both provisions and walter; there we heard that the barlue Glimpse, of San Francisco, from Puget Sound, bound to Sydney, had irrived five days before us; she..,oply stopped one night. We remaiied there-eight days leaving on the 25th of January-four of our passengers staying behind. We left ...