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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, DEC. 8. (Before Messrs. Irving, Ellis, Hopkins and Gordon.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

COUllTi OF PUTTY SESSION S. ? Tuesdav, Dec. 8. ? . j (lieforo Messrs. Irving, Ellis, Hopkins and Gordon.) I Masters' . and Servants' Act. — Mary Muloney v. Dr. Hosking. -. This was an adjourned caso as recorded in our last issue. -Mr. Ellis, tho presiding Magistrate on tho previous- Monday, had declined going on with the case as Dr. llosking wivs unable to attend, Ueing canfiaed to the house by an accident ; but had i'm-jji -hed the complainant with a letter to Mrs. llosking's, respecting tho detention pf: her clothes. Mr. Owen, who appeared on behalf of the complainant, said that she had obtained her clothes, but hud not obtained lier wages ; and, in reply to a re mark of tho Bench in reforcnec to tlio Dr.'s inability to attend, said the case was one in which Mrs. Hosking might liavo appeared, as being the party with whom the complainant had alone to do ; and as far as tho facts of tho case went, the Dr. could know nothing about them. The Bench said a lioto had been received from t...

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LECTURE ON THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE FEGEEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

LECTURE ON THE MANNERS AND -CUSTOMS OF TIIE EEG LEANS, On Wednesday evening last, an .-interesting lecture .was delivered in tho Wesloyau Chapel, W'ollongong, by tho Rev- JV Watsford, . on the manners ami customs of the: ?Fogeean'-s. -. The evening ?; was unfavorable, ; but ..the attendance-was good. The lecturer dwelt oil the islands — thoir-position ; ? number and size ^general appearance, and products. Ho rolorred to--. the. number, .-colour, dress, and language of tno -inhabitants ; to the iiianufaeuiies;. &c. ; the ? character of : the -people and ; the evils, found among them ; lie spoke ot their, cruelty, ..their wurliko; ' character, and their religious views, and -pointed out the; . good whieh had' been eflccted by the preaching ot the Gospel of Christ, and shewed tlie: great .necessity-lor- in-! creased exertion on tho part. of the .Christian Church, that tlio whole ot, the' inhabitants, of those! islands ;iiiay .be brought under the influence of the.gospel. - It w...

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The Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

€i)i McfrnjiQlifl. : ,, ? [PROM OUB OWK CORKKSrON'DENT.] , Ghristriias is very near, mid the Pm-liaihentnry bu.siaesa ol';tlio Sosaion far fi-om being brought to a close. The City-- Corporation Bill makes a step now and.;tlfeii (jut the time is already gone by when the sixteen Aldermen : were to he olented, nnil Ihe clause rehil-ing thereto is one ; of nuiny that will require the pun of the Parliamentary; -draftsman. The functions of the doomed Commissioners ' may yet have. to he exermsed for another year. in a Committee of Supply oil Tuesday, the sum of £7006 14*. 7d. wns proposed to he granted, as the colonial allowance for Her Majesty's sen lorco (ships Hcruld and J u-,o) serving within the limits of the colony. Hie vote was opposed by Air. Arnold, wno con tended that the expense ought to be borne by England so long as the oolot.y remained a dependency of the Crown, and moved as an amendment that tlio estimate be reduced to one shilling, which, ou a division, was carried by a maj...

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THE BREAKWATER AT KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

.THli BREAKWATER AT KtAMA. .Mr. Marks has given notico that lie will move In the. Assembly on; Friday jiext, ' that this House is of opinion that a Breakwater is neces sary at Kiaina, and ought to be constructed.' We need scarcely assure our readers that this i movement on the part of our Member gives us inexpressible gratification. That the woxk is I necessary, we think Mr. Marks will have little need to exercise cither eloquence or logic to demonstrate. lie need only refer the Assembly to plain, unmistakcable facts .in proof of the claim he puts -forward. Delay, danger, and loss have arisen for want of it, times out- of number. A few.ivceks back a vessel became a total -wreck whilst actually in the harbour, and it was only by instantly removing that the Kiama' steamer was saved from a similar fate on the sr,me occasion.: , These facts themselves -prove, indontcstably the necessity of the work to be asked for. . . .That the inhabitants of : Kiama have a .right ?to this work wc tlii...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

TASMANIA. - Our files come to the 3rd instant. Thero is nothing of interest contained in thorn, with the exception of the following as to (lie forthcoming crops, which we tnko f om tho Cornwall Chronicle : — 'k 'is with icgret wo perceivo from our Southern' Con'.einporiu'ies that blight and drought -havo proved bo destructive to the fruit and grain, a feeling increased by tho painful fact that tho crops 011 our own side have suffered from the same causes. ' llcferrina: to tho district of Great Swannort, tho Advertiser writes : — We regret to hoar that I lie whole of this extensive district, has been recently visited with severe frosts, which liavo nearly destroyed almost every description of fruit. Tho district is now suffering from the effects of a protracted drought. ' The Times says : — We hear that tlio orchards in the neighborhood of Waterloo Point have sutl'ered very severely from frost, and that tho grain crops aro all but sacrificed for lack of ruin. For several weeks no rai...

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Local. WESLEYAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

ICnnil. WEbLEYAN 111SS10N. On Sunday, tho7th. instant, .twosermoiis'ware preached .in the WeslV.yan Cliupel, -Wodongong, on beliull ot the nbove. mission's. Jv the inoruing-by the Rev. J, Watstonl, 'of- Sydney, late- a. Missionary ? to the Eegees; in the evening by. the Rev; C: W. Rigg, ot Cnmden.; ;and by : the Rev. Mr. Watsford at the Dapto Cluipul, in the ovening. ' ' 'j- .-'.-v.'. '??

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[FROM THE PAPERS.] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

[FROU THE PAPEKS.] . --'Gold. — The amount of gold imported into. the Mint during the week w«s 4-1-25 ounces, ot which 103 ounces were . from' the Rocky - River Diggings. The issue, of ?geld .coin during the same period was £15,000 in. ?sovereigns. The Escort -from the Western. Gold-tields arrived to-day, bringing 3SG9ozs. 9d»-ts. lgr. The Southern Escort brought 1134ozs. ldwt. 6grs. .The rec6ij)is~by-m'itil' have been M7oz3. Total goid receipts of -the week, 5170 ozs. -10-dwts. 7grs. — Empire, Dec. 13.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Dccomlicr 0.— ' Hory O'Moro. barque, 200 tons, Chumh, from To no. (S.A.) 0th Septiimlwr, and Tnlilti 2tst Ontoticr. (iovenwr Oenyrat (b.), 7001 tnns, W'atis, from Melliournn 4th i t ]s L r i m ? . Don Juan, schooner, 350 ton?. Undo, from Morctou Bay 27th ultimo. Dano'mbor 8. — North Star (».),!iOil tons, Win;;, from Melbourne lflt instant. Sporting Lass, bri£, i:-J tons, Cellom, from tlie Chatham Islands 2nd .November. Ariel, sell nonvr, 108 tons. iMauulistcr, fro;u Wellington 27th ultimo, llreadalbanc (s.), 87 ? tons, Murphy, from Moreton Bay 4di instant. December 9.— Monarch, brtrque, 315 ton.s, Ivelly, from Melbourne Sth Instant. Emily Jauo, schooner, 110 tons, O. -!. lieer, from Gcotong Oth {Mutant, in ballast. Viceroy, schooner, 17!) toosj Stephenson, from .Melbourne 2nd in.stiod. Fanny Fisher barijue, tons, Tfarrold, from .Miiuritius 'J.'ith October. William tho Fourth (s.), Ohattiel'l, from MerrimbuU (Twofold tiny), Sun day, December 7th, Broulee, M...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

SOUTH A U S T It A L I A . Our latest dates of interest nre to tho 29th ult. In tho Legislative Council, November 25, in answer to a question from Mr. lily tli, tho Chief Secretary said tho Government had no intention of amending the Electoral Act this session. O11 the 2G1I1, Mr. Bagot obtained leave to bring in a bill to amend the Limited Liability Act, so as to bring banks and insurunee companies under its operation. In speaking of tho Municapal Council tho Adelaide Times says — ' Tho Adelaide Corporation have talked themselves to death ; they have been allowed to have full swiii'', and, nt last, they are tired of it. Ono by one the Councillors are dropping off, aud even the Akkrinan who is heir apparent to the mayoralty, would resign, if it were not for a tine of about fifty shillings.' It appears that gold has been found at a place called Stoney Creek, a locality not far from Lobethal: the fol lowing' letter is from a digger working thero : — ' Stony Creek, November 20. Dear Sir...

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THE SETTKERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4 1/2 O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

' THE SETTKEKS' PltOI-l7CE CIUCUL.Vn. . ? : - - Satuddav Evenino, 4V, O'CLOCK. - dL » d i s d AVlieat, per bushels. ; - ' ' O .00 , to 0 8 0 ; Mai/t, 0 5 9 0 5 0 ? Flour, lst'-iuahly, pur ton . . ... .20 0 : 0 : - 20 0 0 Ditto, 2nd. ditto, . 18 0 0 lb o 0 lirau ... ... ... . 0 1,0'' 0 1 .? 9, ; Hay, outen, por.fon ..-.v. ... _? 8 0 0: 8 . .0 0 Duto, lucerne, ditto ... .. - 5 10 0 .. 5 10. 0 btraw ? - ?? ? . . 0 . 0 0 ?' 0 0 U. rotatoo.*, per ton (dult).*..' ? '3 0-.0 4.:0 -0 RuUftr,lbtqual.- , 0 0/ -8 0 1.0 Ditto second quality . ... / ?* not saleable.' 'uheose jicr lb. ... »? ... 0. 0 b'« 0~0^ b Bacon, if small sfdei ... 0 0 0- 0 0 10 hgtrs. per doacn . * ? 0 13 0 1 3 lowls, j»er pair ? : ... ... 0 5 0 ? 0 5;,0; DivUs . 0 6 0 0 6 0 Turkeys ... - ? '.-v 0 .12: 0 0 10 0 ... ' ^3 0 0. 1 0 0 Piga ... ? v-.:. ? -plentiful. - ? ? Calves ... ? ? ... ? ??? ditto WILLIAM SP13131, A^unb, Commercial Mharf.

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4 1/2 O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

CiimntmtaL ?' SYDNEY MAllXETS. . ? SiTiinnAT 'F.VKSIXO- 41-C O'Cl.OCK. £ H. d. £ s. d. Flour... J - ... ... ». 18 10- 0 to 20 0 0 Wheat, por bushel (dull) ... 0 7 0 0 5 3 Oats '(ScotelO 'i' ' - - ' ; '.i - j} f « J 6 ' I Bailey (English) .0 ':.f : ® » I . l'otaiocs— old'tiOs. to 70s. per ton — now... 4 0.0; 5 0 ,0 ( Omous ? 0 10 0 0 13 0 II iv, per ton (oaten) ... 8 _U 0 0 0 Lucerne pur ton ;... ? . : ; . ... ; ® ' !) ? 9 i Bark (misalunblo) l-lack ^ 4 . 0 0 o 0 0 ['it's sak'Rble rvt lioHi. ... ? ? ? _ 0^.. 0 4 . , 0 0 . 6 i . Oiilvu.Sj .'plontiful ? v 0.10. 0 ? ,. »* 1 10 0 i'Wia pur pair ... ... ???, .0. .0 0 o 6 Ducks ... ... * ??? - 0 5 0 A 0 0 0 Gu.«e 0 8 0 0 10 0 Q'Ufkeys (lorgc contabird 25s.) ? ^ - 0 16 0 1- 0 0. Jluttmv'lsUiuU'l-ptenlilulHtKlduUofBalQ 0 0--.0. v ? ? 0 1 0. Ditto, inferior (unpuliwibje)... ....0.0 0 -.0 0 0 Cheese colonial (in demand) ? : ??? - 0 0 . 8.. . 0 0 0 EiWff per dozen ? (rioarce) -0,1 2.^, ? .0 ;1: 3 liurd 0 0 5 0 0 0 linois, colonial ? . 0 9 ,0 , ...

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The Australian Colonies. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 15 December 1856

€l\ t fetratnur Calami. '; V I C T O It I A . By tho arrival ot' the Wonga Wonga, at Sydney, we *3iave additional intelligence to tho 1st instant; tho ^following are the principal items:— _ . A motion for opening the proceedings of tho Legislative Assembly with prayer, was negatived by a voto of 26 :io 24. Another motion for the appointment of a committee to ?enquire into the propriety ot cross-benches 111 the Assem bly, was rejected by 31 to 23. Mr. JDuiFy seconded the motion for enquiry.' coml.Miininf? tho formation of cross :l)encbes!tt3;n departure iroin the rules of i'tiriiitnienfc, and violation of the Act under which tho Assembly was con in rdferenco' to 'the export of gold the Argus makes the follow-in'- remarks, on the 29th ultimo.—' In oursummary by tho Heather Bell wo iinuouiiced our completion, at .the end of tho tenth month of our self-imposed annual task, of tho -shipment of one hnndred tons of gold. This .quantity .was increased to'2,61-j,387 ounces, or 109 tons 2 qrs...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

TASMANIA. We have Hobart Town papers to the 9th and Lannccs ton to the 10th mst. Nothing of importance had occurred in Parliament. Events of ras -week. — Among the events of the week we must chronicle threo Ministerial dinners given on Tuesday night by Mr Champ, Chief Secretary, Mr. Chapman, Treasurer, and Mr. Anstey, Secretary for Works and Surveyor; and a ball on the same night at, Government House. The Annual Grand Tasmanian Regatta was celebrated oil-Thursday under very favourable ciacumstances; and M. Misku Huuser and Mr. Buddoe gave three exceleut and very sucedsful concerts on Monday, Wednesday, and L'ridayl%j During tho week a prize medal for an address to lie spoken at the re-opening of the Vic toria Theatre has been adjudged by a committee of ex aminers to Mr. D'Arcy We.ntworth Murray, a native-born Tasmanian. — Daily Newt. Fine Arts. — On Saturday we inspected, at tho studio of Mr. Gritten, Mucquarie street, a view of MobartTown remarkable foritsfidelity The view is taken...

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The Australian Colonies. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

tfjjt Ittfiiniliira Cntato. VICTORIA. Since our last we have received two batches of Victoriain papers, the latest dates being to the 15th instant : — in the Legislative Council on the 9th instant, Mr. HaineH, in reply to a question, said that a tommuuication had been mado to tho Homo Government, stating that a feeling of dissatisfaction existed in this colony nt hav ing to bear the whole burden of tiro expense of the military, such pavtnent not bein-r demanded from anv other of Her Majesty's dominions. No reply having been received he was lead to infer that the Home* Government did not intend to sanction tho proposition that the expense should bo defrayed from Imperial Funds. ' A. scene' was emitted on the same day in the Assem bly, Mr. Lalor, the hero of tho B&llmirat outbreak, on a motion for the appointment of aselect committee on Rail ways, moved that tha name of the originator of the motion should be omitted from the committee on the ground that ho ' was a rejected can...

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FRIDAY. BREAKWATER AT KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

FdlDAT. I BREAKWATER AT KIAMU ' Mr. Marks, on rising to move tlu following motion — ! 'That this House is of opinion that a breakwater ii '. necessary at Kiama, and ought to bo constructed' — j explained that, although an advocate of tlio principles wbiirb t.brmi' t.hn hnrrli-n nf innnl imnrnVrtinont. linon , . local taxation, he stiil thought tho work referred to wm ;.'? ono that ought to bo provided for out of ibo geuerid y revenue; not only because buoIi was tbo existing pn.otico jk with other districts, but because the advantages to bu f, be derived from this work would be felt by th» trade *f : . the colony gonerally. Ho admitted that tlio present system of' di.itrilmtin* Hie public money was not founded 'oil principle, nor just to the Imlk of the community, and, m ml ? Instance of this, ho urged tlmt tlio uouiishinj; i -district of Kiiimn hud boen almost entirely neglected by tlio Government ; tlmt, although one of tlio most .flourishing districts in tlio colony, it had receiv...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

Thdrsdit. Various official papers were laid on the table, and S among them the minuteB of the proceedings of the colonial :' commissioners on Light Houses along tho Australian ? coast. | Mr. Parkes brought up the report from the comraitte* jj on the Electric Telegraph. || In answer to a question from Mr. Parked, the Colonial t Secretary stated that it was the intention of tho Govern- '?» ment to issue a new commission of the peace as early as i~ possible, i ' In answer to a question from Mr. Parkes, the Secretary for Lauds and Public Works stated thut the Goverment jl$ lJoinain in fnturo will not bo granted for publio exhibi- f tious to tho interruption of the customary recreations of the people. ' ? Mr. Donaldson moved a resolution authorising the * Government to appropriate the estimates alrendy voted till tho 31at of March, or till the Appropriation Aot bo pilSHe.il, After a short debate, the motion was agreed to. The House then went into committee of supply, and ws» occupied wit...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

WlDNSiDlr. Several petitions were presented. Mr. Donaldson obtained leave to introduce a bill to authorise the Government to borrow the sum of £1,30,400, by the issue and sale of Government debentures, to. pay off Government debentures of a like amount falling due in 1857, und to postpone, for ono year, the operation of tlie Hauler Kiver lonnage Duty Act. .\ir. Donuldson moved resolutions in favor of. the. coins of the Sydney Mint being deulared a logal tender through, out the British Empire. Mr. Macarthur seconded the motion which, after ? tew words from Mr. Piddington, was adopted. Various papers wero laid on the table and ordered to bo (Tinted. The Home then wont into committee of supply, nnd was occupied with the general estimates for several hours. After resuming, tho Auditor-General's Oiiice Definition Bill was read a second time. The Council's amendments in the Constitution Act Amendment Bill wore partially considered in committee. The remaining business on the pnper was post...

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(To the Editor of the Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

(To the Editor of the Re.aistf.r.\ - Sm— I bog to forward yon a few 'remarks mid memoranda on tho holcus saccharatus aa a plant for dis tillatory purposes, compiled from the English periodicals of the last and.preseut year. . . ;i I am, Sir, Ac., GEORGE FRANCIS. JSotanio Garden. ' The circumstance that part of tho sugar contained in this plant cannot bo orystalized, and therefore made iivniluhlo for domestic sugar, and is no injury to tho em ployment of it for distillation, as tbo wholo very readily ferments and yields alcohol, and in much greator quantity than grain ; so also the residum after sugar has boen taken from it is still rich in spirituous products. 'M. Vilmorinr of Paris, obtained from stems from which tho peel had been stripped at tho late of from 55 per cent, to GO per cent, of juice ; the upper joints and spikes only were cut of)', but by cutting oil' more he thinks that 70 per cent, of juico might be obtained. Tho quan tity of stems employed, largo and small together...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

THE LEGISLATIVE AbSEMBLT. (From tht Hirald mnd Empin.) Tueioit. On Mr. Donaldson's mowing that the House go into. Committee of Supply, Mr. Parkes moved a series ot. ' resolutions affirming that a reduction of £70,000 ought to bemade in the_ Police Expenditure for 1857. After d'ebate,. tho House divided, and the resolutions were neiratived bv majority of two. The syduey Municipal Bill was considered in committee, ceveral Amendments b ing made The House was then occupied for some time in disposing of motions of a merely formal nature, and adjourned at ten miuuteB before one o'clock.

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THE ERADICATION OF NO[?] WEEDS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 22 December 1856

THR ERADICATION ur hojuooc wrtpne {Abridged from the Herald.) At the seventeenth meeting of the Horticultural Society, an Essay, for which the prize of life membership had been awarded, was lead by its author, It. Meston, Esq., of Rocky Eiver. The essay started with, the inquiry, what are weeds ? and the general application of the term to plants growing in superabundance and of no recognisable use, such as the oat on the Lower Hunter, and the gamboge plant near Scone ; in a more absolute sense, however, such plants were understood as had never been cultivated, were injurious to the land, useless to man, and detri mental to human industry. A few only of the weeds known in Britain had made their appearance in Australia, but very formidable foes to agriculture had been introduced, and of these the Bathurst burr and the milk thistle claimed more than usual attention, Nine tenths of the Australian weeds had been imported through the operations of commerce, or had assumed new forms throug...

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