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GARDENERS CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864
CGAI~D1BN I' II S .C.bdAENDIhUZ. .u.,.Cut uut tutu ttuut. Colleotunut store ..rintla Water sln~ll p,t~ture p: ,l~1hmgs w ithl weak lit diidl t'uttuutts..rstallts.tt l.t'tto'. ullulttl kt-?l|| .tk pr iu ttlt¢, uttp't?tuutetiot?t tile rodll, .tl tooptr? stoakes to sstplt" :llehlulae. OllCltulttttlt-tilathtC lte 'Rpplusosnd pu:nr. t ',atltltltll e g.'ttlcrit l-* or:tlly ?-? n~lldt hqllton ?.: r~t'*tItS flt lt silt knls ototso rurcusesu u l decduous fottlt tnree, stra=-. htrrtcl.o, rspbotrio, oo.- t'urooeodsonfullsy ttlh detp I tLt? g :tlt, 'lla'o ttltrut. ?, ulrttuh witkllitt't nlldtso. to.ttotto (to.l --u lt alst twO t1ontttltoly pltotot tllt or rtoveO o ollhrttubs, roses, to.
THE LATE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864
TriE LATrE FLOOD. (From the Mualhkind Kcrcuri.)' Much injury has hbeen done to thle r?ail way line between East and West Maitland, and aleq to the embankments near tile East \aitlind and Modrpe'th junction: tile two nearest vinducts to that stiition hlve beenimpassable slice the .flood spreid, in consequeice of the great, mass 6fi earthl washed away at both ends by the torrenti tlhat passed under them.. TiThe injury done to the line: between West Miaitland and Stoney Creekl cannot be ascertained until the back water folls a few fbot; having been submerged for a week, it is expected thlet the. embankments .will be consider ably injured. . . SThe fall of the back eater commenced soon after the main stream of the river ceased to rise, an unusual circumstance, which may be accounted for by the great body that had been forced on to the low lanes at the baeck, being so great tlhat it was nearly level with tlhe river, at tihe mouth of the creek s and frtlher, it had a great outlet through ...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864
WREKLY SUMMAbRY OF NEVWS. .CiATUa OP HILLi THE BUsnANGlox. -By tlhe Williams, which arrived fronet Gladstone on .Saturday night,. the bush rainger ITill, who lately escaped from ltock-J hampton gaol after bailing up the turnkeys and securing them in a cell, was brought to' town in charge of sergoianuts Balfry and Ware, of the Gladstone police.' IHe was in a:hut, unarmed, When captured,' and of fored no resistancc, t.idwing anything of the kind to be ineff'ectual: Foolish manrl he was an oxcellout..compositor, earning from £6 to. £7 per Woeek at his occupation in Victoria. ,1dcaoheoito.this colony, and fell in with a man of the same trade, lwhosd character many be gucssed frorn.his niick-. name of "Dodger." This rascal forgcd'a cheque, and gob.' Hiill to utter': it, iand: the latter was .sent' to Rocklampton gaol, whence he offeeted his escape, and leagued himself with Fegau and the others. He haid niearly completed the whole 'of his time, and in a few monthls would have been set at ...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864
ENGLISH AND FOIE1GN.II "WETHrEiic or notit is truc," says the IEdinbnrgh correspondent of the St..An drew' s Gazeltte, . tih .Prince .Alfrqd; as Lord Brougham remarked at the late Social Science Congrcss, is one of.the best of princes, L he has.becomri an immense .tsvour Ito amonrig thd Miodern Atlieniains, some of whoin h ha e gone tlihe l'ngth of soeekiing locks ofl hIis hair fromn the "liarbcr who usially hlnd the honor of croipin/lhi roiil. highnlmess? Like lis elder brothler the prince is a hearysmoker. Nothing, in fact, seems to please hiiu botter. tlhan a good pipe of tobacco anda chat with two or three checr fild companlons. ' Ho is also ofa mechalni ca cast of mind, and iii his smoking-room at 10olyrood lie hlad fittcd up a turiing lathe, with which lhe was in the habit of' amusing hitmself by making neat little boxes rsand'other articles as presents for his visitors. In phlotographly hle .is remark ably proficient, havsiog imbibcd a strong re lish for it from his inother, ...
THE VINEYARD. ON THE TRAINING OF VINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 June 1864
THE VINEYARD. (From tIe Yeomnian,.) ON THE TRAINING OF VINES. It is said that " extremes never meet." There is a tendency to run into extrlemes in almost everything relatiung to the vine. Thus, one says that' in cultivating the grapie for thle purpose of wine-nmaking tile ground 'shoulad: not be manured; another, that the varieties in'cultii'ation are too nu merous, and too many kinds in one vine yard-which last opinion is no doubt cor rect. Some are wishfiul to see many other celebrated wine grapes introduced, as all soils, and situations, and climates, are not equally, favorable for the producirtion of first-class wines from tile salme kind'of grape vined, however excellent it mlay I be; and instance the cold-climate grape,--'Chas solas, Pineans, and Burgundy,; whiclh en be cultivated in elimates where many other kinds would never attain maturity. On the subiect of trainipg, one says they suldvld beo grown withput stakes; and it is thle opinion of another, that the trellis is bett...
BUSHRANGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
BUSHRANGING. 13xE Ihar AND HIss'MEN.-Thse Ho adl's Carcoar correspondent says : - !'No tidings have as yet boon obtained of Ben Hall and his mates since their exploit at Cliefden, the residence of Mr. W. . M. Rothery, J.P. I send you, however, some additional particulars of tlhe bushrangers' doings at that gentleman's place. At:a short distance from the house there are several cottages, in which reside Mr. Greary, the schoolmaster, Mr. Moore, the overseer, and one or two othler persons be-' longing to the establishment. Before the busheagers went:to the house, they hhd secured thlse persons, so that they could not render any assistance to Mr. Rothery. This done, the scoundrels proceeded to the house and endeavoured to effect an on trance. Peovidentially they were seen by one' of the Misses Rothery's, who informed her father of there beiihg a stranger about the house. The niight'being dark, the iu mates could not,make dit whlio it was. In this dilemma, ?Mr. Rot1try called out to the ...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
WIEIKLY SUI:A.RYO' NEWs?? l NW ' Et-s Excellency the Go'ernor,'aceom panied. by his:aidc-de-cams , and the hon. theo.Preoer, and Scorotar'y for&lt;Lands, left Sydneuy on Tuesday mornmag, by a special train,, to.visit the Eitzrby Iron Mines and was present at the sale of th6 alpacas at Win llo. It is believed that tlheo Governor and suite will probably visit Shoalhaveon before retuninig to Sydney. Dnow?iSa - .- oman named George Smith was drowned in tihe upper Shoal havenon Satirday week last. AT a?t g of thie Fnlood Relief Com mittooe inney, it was resolved that £200 should be sent immediately to iaitland, £200 to Windsor, and £100 to Shoalhaven. The committdeo appointed to collect sub s?criptions being found too large, a working committeoe of ten wamus appointed by ballot, and.several sub-committees were chosen. Aiich lode of copper has been reported as having been discovered at the now town skhip of lowen, Queensland. GLADsroErc.-Theoleockhampton Bulleti?s speaking of the ...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
CENTRAI CRIMINAL COURT. MONDiY. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice an1d i ' mixed jury.) RonnEsay UsNDE Ai?Is.-Francis Olarkc, alias. Gardiner, alias Christie, was,.arraigned on an.indictment charging for that Iea, being then armed, did assanlt one HIbiry Howctt, at Little Woinbat, on tlhe 10th of March; 1862,' and did rob him of 189 oz. of gold and £172 in money.- The prisoner pleaded guilty., Francis Olarke, alias Gardiner, allas Ohris tio, was fisrtlhr arraigned oni an iiidictmiiit charging hlim with assaulting, putting' ili bodily fear, and robbing one 'Alfrad 1Iorsigi. I 'tbisa'ntd staliing froim bim 253 ozs.19 dwts. of gold, and £145 in money. T Thel prisoner pleaded guilty. Mr. Dalley, for the prisoner, said that there ?vai'ianothor indictment on tlo file against the prisoeir,l;:nd he woulid for tflo sake of conve niofice, ask the Court to fix Thurday next for the trial., Thii Attorney-Gonbral hld no objection to make scl n anarrangenient. , The Chief Justice: In tho.meaptim...
NOWRA. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
NOWIA. CorrBT ofi PETTY SBsslozis. July 6. IBefore Messrs. Elyard, 2 Kay, Aldcorn, and Graham J,P.'s. : Elilzabteth Richardson wass tried with closed doors; lbut it iiplearsi their VWorshlips thought that an admonition was sufficioent, wliclih was givcn; her existince is due to our active con stlable Groocves, who repaired to the seole im miedietely hle receivedl the information, and reilndered material assistancee by admtiisteriig an cametic which hald thei desired effect. Bagatello permits were granted to Mr. D. Iyat, ommicercial Hotel, and Mt. Morrison's eir Hlotel. . 'iTh siii of £60, granttd for thctBomtaderry onld Broughtont Creetk road, wasn trnesferreiVto Scommaittiee;of three gentleolae iltercsted in the roiad, cosisting of Messrs. HIodgklinson, Tlhbtbornoe; and 13oxsoll. After.the close of benchl business, a public meuting was held in theo.buIrt Houseeto do viso means for the relief of the suldeirets by tihe late flodod. A. Ki. BM'lKay, Esq., J.1'P., was imoved to the chai...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
SHOAI.AVEN. (inor OUti CORUESPONDENT.) 'We have at nlast donlowithl the rein,.and are nowv enjoying .as good Weather as we can ex pect.at tlheseanson of the year, with frost at night, arid blautifal sunshlny days. >-The do struction causedh:y the floods, although very sovoro in sonio instauceos,'will not be so bad e waos at first anticipotcd. The farmers, by int of indefaltigable ecxertions have succeeode?d il s.ving large quantities of :mizc which sere at tirst thought to boe totally lost, their plan belng to husk it as it stood, thoreby al iowing the sun full power to dry it. In otihr cases it was husked as it woas palled. 'ho latter .motde:was not such an expeditious ono as the fornmor; but both coombinod chave achioved' wondors; and many who consideredt tiietseolves ruined outrighlt have still n little loft to koop 'thoiisoelves ;:nd thiorois srono conomfort in the old saw, "halft aloaf is better tlhan no broad." I am very sorry that I con't. give such a oopofil accoitnt of t...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
COMMERCIAL INTILLLI&LNCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF ilSlCES. £Ls. d. Supurfinu silk-drossed Flour, per ton 2'N 0 t Do., pur Io lhs; :0............. 30 0 0 Second flour, per ditto ;.. 0 . O 0 2 ) Maize Flour, per ditto ............ 0 13 0 Maizo, per bushol .. . .. O ., 6 Orushed aizioe, pur blishel .... ;O 5 U Br.n und Pollard, ditto .......1.. , 1 , irM Wheot tnd lMaizse purchascd for e?nsh, or taken in exchange for flour, or grist griel SJ. SHARPE & SONS. July ,186 4
BULLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
(cROM A coutrqES(ýNDENT.) Tih Bulli Coal Mining bmlpany's jetty is to be erected out as far is the old one, threo fourths of. tihe piles that were formerly used being dispensed with. It is quite evident that the buoyancy will be lessened consider ably, and whoreover iron can be introduced to inake it strong, it is to be done; tlis, no doubt, will nmakd it a very stronigafl'tir. Tio company have engaged Mr. R. Loingmoro to superintend the work; and from his well known knowledge of such work, there is no doubt but that lie will lave the work done to the entire satisfaction of tie company. .Mr. Longmoro expects to conmmence placing the piles tho latter end of this week. There is a great deal of machinery necessary to be got, ready before the work can be conmmniced, which will incur a great outlay before they get thoroughly to work. A strike was thought imminent the other day among the miners, who hold a mnfting at Woonoona last Friday, for the Wurpose of colftidec4g the best means of i...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
SYDNEY OIARKIETS.. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under:- .- . £ . d. E s. d. £ s. d.' Flour, first, per ton .. &8 0 0.to 0 0. 0 Do., Seconds, per ton .. 2 0 0.. 0 0"'0 Wheat, por bos'el 0 11 6 .. 0 12 0. Bran per bushel of20 lb 0' 1 8.. 0 0 0 Biscuit, Cabin, per 1001bs 1 15 0 .. O 0 0 Ditto, Navy ... ... 26 0 0 0 Broad, per 21b loaf O.. s 0 ? :7'.. 0 00 Oatenhay, prcwt .. 0 6 6. .. O0 8 6 Grass .. ... 0 6 0...0 0 0 Lucerno.. . .. 6 6 .. 0 7 6 Straw .. .. 0.. - 0 5 0 0 O 0 6 Bark, perdo. .. . 0 4 .. 0 5 '0 Oats, per do... ..0 36 .. 0 4 0 Barley, per do .. 0.. 0 8 0.. 0 3 6 Maizo, (now) per do. O 0 4 00 4. 4 3 ,, (old) .. . O 4 6 .. 0: 0 0 Graeo stulfperdozzon;. 0 010.; 0 1 0 Borf, pbrllb .. 0.. 0 00.'. 00 1. Caoles ;. O . 012 0 ., 0 28 U 31ilch Cows nomninal Mutton,perrdo.. .. 0 2 .. 0 3 Porkpordo .. 0.. 0 6).. O 0 0 Veal, perdo .. .. O-0 4 ..0. .0 6 Lamb, per qr. .. 0' 6. OG 0 Fowls, per couplo .. 0 3 6 ..'0 4 6 Ducks,opordo... .. 4 0 .0 0 5 0 Docks, wild, pe...
SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
SIIELLIIARII3OR. (FROM OUR CrOIsISPONDENT.) MIUNICIPAL COUNOIL. SriUnnDA, JULY- 2. Present--Thle Olairman, Councillors Fenwick, Marks, Fryer, M'Gill, Evans, and Dunster., Minutes of lanst mbneting were read and confirmed. Councillor Miarks moved the ro.solution, of wlhiih Ihe had gihrn nIotice, calling for tenders for forming the road west of tIio Albion Park IHotel. Seconded by Coun cillor ?M'Gill and carried. The Chairmnn moved tho resolution, of which he had given notice, inviting tenders for repairing the cargo boat. Carried. Councillor Collins' notice of motion for road improvements towards Tei'ragong Swamp, was also allowed to stand over for the report of the Improvement Commit tee. Mr. Campbell Mercer presented a bill for £9 15s. for fencing a road. Hle said a former Chairman lhad arraned with lhim to shift the road thlrough h'is land, and fence it. He hald done so, but l he lind never presented his.bill before, because lhe lind not paid his rates until withlin the last week....
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
MISOELLANEOUS. A SOMEWHAT novel but rather hu morous scene took place in St. John's lane, Newcastlo. A happy couple having just been united in the "holy bonds," were, accompanied by their friends, pro ceeding along the thoroughfare in ques tion, apparently on their way. to the Central Station, when the party was suddenly interrupted in their progress by an occurrence which scarcely formed any part of their programme as to the man nor in which they should spend the day. From the tone of the proceedings which subsequently took place it would appear that the bride had been blessed with what is familiarly known as " two strings to her bow," but that it was very evident she could not mairy both, she had " taken to the one and despised the other." The rejected suitor, not being inclined to allow his more successful rival to go off alto gether with flying colors, came also to the town- the whole party belonging to some of the neighbouring pit districts-and waylaid the wedding party, as alr...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
SYDNEY MARKET PRTOES. 'aizo (now)-ls to its Gd pr bushel ,, (old)--ls.Gd to.s per ditto Barley, Mtalting-2sG d to Os Od per bushlol Ditto, Cape--s Gd to 0s Od ditto Oats--3s Od to3ls Gd ditto BIran--ls 4d to is Gidditto. Flour-lst, £28 to £30 per ton Ditto, 2nd--£26 to £28 ditto IHay, lcornc-£-GOsoto £8Os ditto ' Ditto, Oatcn-£G to £10 ditto Potatoes, homo grown--3s t6 4s per ctw ,, imported--S to Os per ditto Onions--10s to 18s-- if sonid Dutter-?D to Os~ still very dull, Ilonoy--8d td Gd Bsbn--G tto 7d ditto Oheocs&-Gd t 6"d ditio ERggs--ls 3d tb Is 1 G' per doe. Fowls--2s GA to 8e 08 pr couploe Dckes-3s Od to Is Gilper ditto Turkoys---s to 15s dlitto Cbalves--8s to', "s Pigs--Sd to 48 lper' lb IHides-4s to lOs each Tobacco, Colonial,l' 3d to'l s Gd • GRAHA M :lIULHOLLAND,: "' Ki8 g.stret West Sydnoey. July , 1864. \: