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NEWCASTLE. Wednesday, June 15th, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 June 1864

NEWCASTLE. Wednesday, June 15th, 10.30 a.m. The train could only proceed to East Maitland this morning. No communication whatever could be had with West Mlait land. The ombankinont of the Narragut Bridge on liotli sides is considerably da maged, the water still rising, and thoe bacc water is said.to be higher than the floods of 1857. The train from Singleton could not be seen. It is supposed it did not leave Sin gleton; itiining very hard. Train has got in from Singleton; lineo all right from there to West Mtiitland. Water fallen two feet at Singleton.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 June 1864

GEORGE TORY, y NOWRA, TIN returning his sincere thanks to his Sfriends, the inhabitants of Shoalhaven, and neighbouring districts, for the kind patronage they have shown him for the last ten years r th C inetandlUpholster ing business, beg i orm the public that he has onge ann xperienced work man in the abo e' ne/and jntends to koeep a great variety rg re o fuiniture of the newest desi es. llrd and bagatelle tables,with sh and woo beds, handsomely got up and a ways on hind for immediate delivery, at reasonable- terms. SIEG G T. T latters himsself fromn the experience lie hris had in the best manun facetories in London, 'that he c an compto with any in'the colony. Nowra, Juno 10th, 1864. Seed Po forSale.s A PRIME Lof-TPURE DER Ap yto JOHN BLACK, Jorara Creek. Selling off! Selling off !! T REDFORD bein bout to more to _i Jarger premioses,-e"th Commercial Bank, ill SELL OI,' stock of Sta tionery, useful and A.si o, Per fumery, nail and toot brushes, dressing combs, and other fie articl...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 June 1864

QUEST. An inquest was hold at the house of Mr. Robert Bryan, Omega Retreat, on the 17th instant, on the body of an illegitimate child, the mother of which had vainly en- deavoured to conceal its birth. The fol- lowing is the evidence:-- George Young deposed: I am senior constable stationed at Kiama. On last Wednesday, the. 15th inst., I received in- ormation from Robert Bryan that there was a concealed infant found in a box in one of the rooms in his house. He said that the child belonged to one of his servant girls. I at once gave notice to the Coro- ner. I then went to Mr. Bryan's house. He then showed me the child, which has already been shown to the jury. I saw a girl named Susan Carter in the house. I asked her if the child was hers and she said it was. Jane M'Canney deposed: I am a servant girl in Mr. Robert Bryan's employment. I know Susan Carter. On Wednesday morn- ing last, as I was going for the cows, I missed Susan Carter, (she being in the habit of going with me.) I came...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

Erkidn. On· Wc~dnesdny,: Gon1 Ontoomti,a cbflstfll)1O nttomptcd ~to arrest one Janues Jtirsivan, chairged withli~orso-stcalin'f. Theb en Cei siested vioketly enndthe coneteble elot himi throegh the hcnrt.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

r1EnOUsRNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. All the husiness houses wore shult up at noon to.drivay, as a.mnark of respect totihe Inte Hon. Riclhard I{eales. There was'ah immenseu concourse at thle funeral; thero were two huiudred and fifty vehicles, and t~he procession was over a nmile long. His fxeelleney the Governor, the Executive Csuscil,Jud es, and tho menmbers of both ZIhonses of Pnrlimuent, wero present. The workngin- enmen mustered by thousands. Mr. nand Mrs. Charles Kenn left for Sydney yesoterdny in excellent health. The C(ollingwood bank robbers are re mslanded. Tlhree of tlhm aro fully idean tilled.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. ALBURY. Thursday, 5 p.m. MORGAN'S LAST AND CHIEFEST EXPLOITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

TELEG-IPLAJlEO INTELLIGENC E. 10lDEGED FROS IIE I STlN0 DARLY AE5PSR.1 " ALhbuJt. Aimuvlr. .: Thursday, 5 itSm. MORGAN's rLAsr AND cHIiinES· EXSPLOITIS. (From the Border lost) On Suidiy last, about one o'lo?k, four persons wie?r uiectly sittiln in a room alt tile Round Hll.staniou, .boleinpng to Mr. Henty, about forty'mile firomniAlbury. TPhey woro Mr. ati~n,'the suporinten dent, Mr. M'Neil, thei oiverser; Mr. M'Lean, cattle overseer; and Mr. Joln 1Ioriott, a younllg geiltilmn, son of Mr. Heriott, a neighilboring squatter, wrho1 had combeover with a messallge. Mrs. Watson wails in her bedroom, whole a 1han who shel recognliscd as Morglanl looked in It the door land aIsked hler whllre was Mr. Watsonll. Shlo poinltedl out tilhe room. MoIorginl 0p1oned thile door, presented a rrevolver, and ilntroduoed himself ormally, anlld tlhen asked vwhlere the grog was. He, with a re volver in each Ihand, elppedlland cocked, lustered thile fotr personls to tile room iu dicated, aid dOllleandld to ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

TO 'IHel El)ITOII OF TE ile .AA' ISNDIfiE'NIENT. Sll,--Oll lookii g over thie London Times of April 13, the other day, I observed wlhailt I think would be a nmuch filirer object of wrath to tllhe Emplire in its zeal Ior the colonial character, than Mlr. C. Fortesenoe's statenclt to tihe Oorilnions abolut the pro tectionist movlement here. " New South \Wrales.-Fromn our Correspondent," is the title of the article I spe?i, k of, in which, after giving some iaccounllt of tile fotbrtluiies. of Mr. !.nigar's budget, tile writer proceds to say soilethling about the NeIospallier dutlies. Thocorrespollondece smaueksstrollgly of' the Hlernld,-and it seenms a'eryr?,obhablo that the correspondent is somebody lonntee ted with that jouri, l-not that the HLe"ald allld tile T'illse are Ibirds of thle sainHm lfeaither-itlat would be doing too mluchl honorlto ' Graniy": b it as a lllmatter of' business it selils likely enoughl that somllle onell oil the stall' of tile JIHerald shoullll be eiLilpoyed...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

ittlellr bu Ulltl'r~lr?ooL tilll~t tur .)llilllons .no Iot to b Idelll~l|?(l wltt II?· o1" (ori?.?l? lle ~tt w lose coill rl~allnti( 1?o11: ?€u Ilulty Ilull ?i~. ?'? llvr l~ltl i| l. to u~lClll'?llog (clnlll)T*.tl? IIIJIII*lAlO I11 I~ Il~lnltCr? I1 lllporl?lloc. o It. I* IILleu3?ll'y ol') i"gLurcpnlllXl?t J 1( dc4110 II ( III ~rlli? I 1U% II 1 tllll II1 rt? IIUIII? Ille 1?'? tLr.?ry iJ de:?iredo

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE APHIS OR CABBAGE BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

THE APITIS0S OI" CABBAGE BLIGIIT. (From thie 4delaide Register.) In accordan'p with the request of a respected cor e o~cdnt, we have searched the .Farm and Garden for notice rela tive to the aphis or blight on the cabbage tribe, and find the following: "Divide into twp. equal parts the quantity of seed you are going to sow the next day; put ~'ei n Water to soak over night; next morning 'take it out, add to it the other half, sprinkle it over with sulphur (flour of brimstone), and stir the whole well round with a stick, so as to bring the seed well in contact with the sulphur. Once ounce and a half of the latter suffices for a pound of seed. The plants from seed thus treated will never be touched by the blight. I treated my cabbage seed in the manner described, and the plants from it are perfectly sound and clean, though they staid on the upper part of which is pla?tied with Swedes (turnips) from last season, for seed, which are covered with blight.,' 2. "The follohing,recipe as a pr...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILL LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

KIUIA SPICARt lhm't 510 E, Liii ill'Sl s ??tirt oz *.in1:i5 :i/ Suprfine silk-dressoed flnt .r i "." Do., p 1r 1 h.. ...... Seoond flonur, per ditto .......... . n;:: aizuFlouhr, pot ditto..... . .. r' ; . rnzed, por boashl ul h...... . " ; Orushcd O[all o. ?I rlitislt1 .'... . I? " ' ?rul an Pollurd,l ditt .........i 1. CO1". \Yheat atnd '?r'ian? tre'"', 4",r e'.sh, or taken ia ucllhan~To Tfloohr, ,i" ,?iit griidil n :5. SIIAR'PI' & SONS. June2-7,. ?861

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

TIIHE FLOODS. Giove freeoly, ye ewho Ilve to siRre UOf luxurlsi this worel afrtls; For bitter want and dae ddeslclri SNo frmwn elupolen the poor' abodes. Oh give, 'tis nioble thes to give; To tied the hengr&, clothe tlhe bare; To welk wlhere iorerty doth li'e, Alleviting t?saflering there. ?ise qi?ckley,.ye bo haere to spaer, . Thlle wintry blasts hIlow o'er the hIill, And Imllty eart li sormw drar I)oth shrink heneath its bitter chill. SNo ile to cheer thelr wretched cot, So food their henger to tltaese; i.* bahre IeCeesities thileyl're not, Oh I lniltester to ah its thee. Give nobly, ye who Ihave to plpame ; Ott mee wheco grace lthe gilded hall, tSurrulldecd by the gay and feir. Unclceeded.paess not lleger's call... tiive freely enow-thy gift will bless; Wll ilcedct rcadint sunshllnu there; -nd thine the greater hpinites, T'o know that thleu reliev'et despair. .iy. II. cry-sireeit.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARE OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

CA.RE OF HORSES. (From the American Agriculturisl.) Some persons, in their anxiety to sub due their horses, take every opportunity to worry and beat them-" to let the beast know who is master," thef say.. They whip, scold, and beat them on principle. Now, who does not know that such treatment, addressed to a child with the idea of subduing him, would inevi tably sour his tcrpier, and rdnier iiim disobedient and,6bstinate? As certainly will this be the case in the discipline of a domestic anifhal. Instead of this, it should be our aim to l1t the horse know and feel thit we are friendly to him, and desire his well-being. This may show it self by a~oiding whatever will tend.to annoy an/d provoke him, by kindness in the tone of voice, in the way of handling him, and by unmentionable things which will at once occur to those familiar with this noble animal. He will understand their meaning, and will affect his charac ter. A horse so treated will be a plea sant beast to handle; he will kee...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

SYDWEF MAttK1TS. The Sydney papere of Saturday ]ist re porteas under:- £ .9. d: £ n. dI. Floor, first, perton .. 21l 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do., Secoodo, per too ..e 0 0.. 0 0 0 \Yheet, per lbuseht 0. O 1 .. 0 12 0 lreu paer lOIshl lof 20lb 0 1 S .. 0 0 0 Iliscoit, Cobb itcr 10)lhA 1 15 0 0 0 a 0 1)1tto10, Narvy .. .. 0 6.. ( 0 0 0 llreiad, ier.bl Ob f .. O 0 7 0 ..O 0 0 Oateo lhey, per cwt 0 O 0.. O 0 (Ireec .. *- 0 1 0 0. 5 (1 Strenw 0 0. 0' 5iI hark. per do.. O .. O 0 Oats, per do. .. 0 3 G..O 0 Ibrlbey, per do .. 0 3 0.. 0 .1 11:ibe,(neaw)per do 0 O 000 (01:11 .: · .. 04 0. Greoontnlltperdzen ..de 0 0 .. 0 1 o efE b'per lb .. 0 O.. 0 1 Crlves *. 0 10 0.. 0 25 U Ililclh Cowes ominnl Montton:, per do .. 0 0 3 ..00 O Perk per do .. . .O0G V er do * 0 8 .. 0 0 4 !rlun, per *qr. .. 0 1 0.. 0 5 0 b'elrb, per cooplo ..O -0. 4 0 Iluzks, per do. . .O40. Docks, wild, pernd . do 0 1 . ( 0 fl ueese, per coupil .. (2 .. 0 0 0 I'Iurkeys, per don O 7 0 .. 0I U 0 Ilolstul(5 pis . . 0. O 1 0 .0 7 0 lnttor...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

Tl?E FLOODt. A. correspondent of the Illawarra M11r cunr says: Our disrict is in a very dis tressed conliltion. Thie lood on tin, Ithli instant ihas broughIit misery and severe loss to miany. From the head of Navigation in Bunrria to Lower Numba, the hlood has left tra;ces ' its ravoges and llhavo. In some parts, as at Iolong and albove hlrriiih, the height of' thile floold wts equal, if not higher tlcn the 18(0 flood mnrk, blut iii .the ma jority of cases the late:'flood was about a toot or eighteen inches lower thli the great lood rclbr.odl to. Many live lost ill their anine crops; the goeoral avolirge saved wrill be about one-third. I blve ot hbeard of :ay loss of litfe. The lIryahs of Good Dog, who were rftinfig a quantity of celodar f'rou Benudeela dovtn tihe river, althoughl miissing lbr a few drys, have retuirned hone. They halod aii very narrow escape, losing their boat and cedar, which will be a great loss to themt after aill their toil andtl priva tions in rafting the ceda...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTER MAKING AND PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

BUTTEIR IMAING _AND PdACKING. Thinking it may be of interest to some of your readers, I will give a few ideas of butter making obtained by making it for years, and while visiting some of the most noted and scientific dairymen of New York, New Jersey; and other Eastern States. :. In the first place, when the milk is drawn fromthe cows it should be strained into a large'tub or ,at, stirred up-and exposeled to the atmosphere, bringing it all to the same temperatire and quality. After cooling a little, pour it into pans to be skimmed, and iotb tin pails if to be all churned, and set in'a cool, airy, but not windy place, to lobber, which will take place with it all at the same time, and should not be within forty-eigh~t hours. In a dairy where the cows are nume rous there will be different qualities and temperatures of milk, and if strained edirect from the cow and allowed to stand separately, sometimes part of the same milking willlobber and whey, while some will remain nearly sweet. If...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

RYDTICY MARInitT P:ICIES. Maizo (iiow)-3: to Os Gd pr bosholtt m ., .(old)-to Gd to5.o por ditto Itirloy, iattltiin0-Z2 0 tGd o IdO per beShel. Ditto, Copo-do Gd to O 0.1 ditto O.tto-As 0l to Os lid ditto Iroii,-todI d to to lI i ditto Floor-tost, LS to £E:t perl tiol Ditto, ndit-LOG to £.0 ititto I too. I neerune-CG Ol to £5 Os ditto Ditto, Ostei-fEG to £10 ditto rotitoel, huens grown-Os to -to per curt , iuportiot-Js to (to ter ditto O iteo o-llo to 1So-if sooun ]litter-htl to fl-still vcoy doll. tliuuon-sut to lo dtt Oiuesc-od to lid ditti lFu= -ls 3d to to GRd tr do7. tools-2s itt to 3S Ad 1 uer c~ouuldle Ulcko-3o Id to to Gd tier ditto Trku'o' S- o to t53 ditto (ii als-os to Iso Pius-3' u to 4d er tuo Itiuel-lo to 1j enc00 Totuzcco,:Cilooiot, 1s t d to to Gd G;IClhlA31& 31111silofal/AND, u Iinoo-struet West.- Sydiuoy.: *oo0q tflut161

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

(From the JleralhL) Since tihe 16th instant, the weather, has been wet and ungeuial. The waters of the flood have subsided, but tile sun sehlomn in the colrse of tile day' shows 'fts?ll' through the dense clouds --n deonse mist hlas never until to-day left the lhill side. To. day tihe farmers andt their. delendalnts have vL'entlredl into the acorn fields to try, if pos sible, to pick up piart of lthe cor fromn the wreek with wchteh it is corered-but ialas i lie long continuance of wet weather hi:s riined wihat they ean reach, inid up to their lhaunches in water iiand uilid, lthey pIrose cute their ilabour. A cobi of corn is us eagerly grasped at as if it were a nugget of' gold; but, U, miser w! when l l ihskel--and they aire husking at oiuet on the spot to pre v'ent frthuer rot--they,'to their disiany, find that the grain isa1 either rotteni or soured, and reildered ier'fectly Iuseless iuandl, after a dany's labour exleinded, the poor pIColle lihave retui'red lhome crest ihllei with...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

RA.rIWAY \Y UC 'nc.tNDiPO . Vat Cattlc.-No advianc e in prices; the sep ply bciiig o michl lsrlarer tlh'n tihe i emiad, hlinh ratce onlvare nbtniinible I it ISiep .-'tltholigli th flondl 10vcc prC vented mnev flocko bfin arriving. yet those to hmnd do notjril ng betti priceo, leT, being the vcry outsidn .qootatisn for the very bent fllckts. Store Gnttlenand Sheep.-A few inqlkirielo hlnt io transiactions IHaiesro -jhlie sumeo stomnp no wero in de incos loot weuek still find ready n ole st good piices; wecds niii light stock geiierally cen. tinme a dirun Milch Cawi.- The iilirovcinisit qistel lteily Iiaithlii weke barely hliiin i iniiitaiied. Very 'ood cowo wrill briii.gfl t0li £10. 0 t there are on mnoon inferior lroilhit iin for snle, us tn make it difficult to give qiiluotstiois thCnt will enuivey a correct idea of thein rirkt,t quality being thi only test. Produce Sile.-Itamilwao Aiiction Depot. Thie uuipp ly :wnsn mall bhut pricen olitisind were very higl, imor particilsrly for t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

COnarU OFrPETTY SEeSSION. ]Before same Magistrates. Application was made thiouh: Mr. Richards on behalf of M'rs. O'NIil foi it transicr of the license held by her late husband. Application granted. " A bagatella license was granted to Mr. John Howard, of the Itoyal Victoria HJotel, Terrara. A slaughtering license was granted to Mr: Alexander trice of Erowell. . artin .v. NorinaniulPostponed case from las;t Court under the Maisters' aind Serrvahts' Act, to recover the sun of £16 10s Sd. for falliig 8 acres 1 rood 36 perches of timber at £2' per acre. Pl'ea, ~the contract niot performed. A setl-off lput in by defedaunt fbr £11 178. fbr rations ladgings, and other things supplied. Pllain till' deposed: agrueed with defelndant to thll a piece of land fobr £2 per acre, every tling to be cut down.'. I ,vas seveou weekls lsllig the land in lqupstioh. The things 'cl: rged in the set-offl is not horrect. f ind mny wife lodged with defdndant three and a half wseeks. Williami Smith imcasured t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864

MIISCELLA?NEOUS. Dro)oNO UNDE:R ATER.-An ingc nious project has been submitted to the public for working tihe bottom of rivers and lakes in New Zealand (or clswhore) for the gold believed to be contained in their beds. The discoveries of Hartley and Riley in the bed of the Molyneux, during a winter season, when the river hard bound by frost-was unusually low, has led to the belief that not merely the eIolynbux but the Shotover and the Arrow, and other rivers, hold in their beds stores of gold which would repay the miner for his labour could he but reach tlhem. It was for thie purpose of rifling these stores that thle miners possessed of river claims waited patiently for nmany months, only to obtain a glimpse of for tune when the river subsided, to be again driven out by the floods, and condemned to wait months before the river again fell. Hope, long deferred, seems at last to lavo sidkencd the river-claim miners of Otago, without, however, destroying their faith in the auriferous ch...

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