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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
MEXICO: SW are indobted to tile San` Francisco Eavening Bulletin. of AXugust :18th'. for: news from Acapuleo : to the 22nl d of July. Thoe correspondent of thiat paper, writes: There has'beeon considerable guerillia fighting on theo roads leading to thec'ity of Mexico. The Fri?ico-Moxican papors tgom :With narratives df.the barbarities practiced by, tle Mexicans upon French prisoners,. the iexicans putting all their prisoners to' death --sparing not dne of thlem. Thel lMexicans have declared this is 'a war of extermination. ,Murders are comiinitted daily in the city of Mexico, the victims being principally. those who had been in favor of Frenchlin tervention. The Government were daily imprison ing and shooting persons who r"efuse to. taike the oath of allegiance of thli Empire. Thle property of such persons has. lso been confiscated. A .new species *of punishment was being inflicted upon those who refused to obey the the decrees of Genesal Fory. He had issued a decriee statting that...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
THE questions nowpendiing as to 'te way in which, and the personsby whom the piublic, business of the 'country shall be" administered, cannot at- the prcsent sno ment b'regai-dcd wvithout a considerable amount of interei? and anxiety by any one possessing the smallest modicum of public spirit. The impression which uun doubtedly existed in many minds, that tlielato .Premier,.if not his colleagues, must, be considered indispensable in the business of governing the colony,.was cer tainly calculated to do little honour'to a population - which exceeds in a high ratio that of some states very fanious in history; and which have furnished to the admirai tion of the world, illustrious examples of. public virtue and genius. The ministry which lately conducted our;dffairs, re tired in some respects with little honour; and if we judge of' the frequency with which certain expressions of its foremost memiber have been repeated or alluded to; the assertion or insinuation that he was the only man '...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
INQUESTI' ~,i' is unfortunately our lot, this week; to, record a most lamentable and fatal accident, which has occurired in the neighboihood of Kiama. On Thursday night the:residehce of Mir A. Gordon, at Fountaindale, -wais coinpletely destroyd by fie;, .aild i girl about 11 years of age, namted o -Aue Brad noy, daughtdr of Johu Bradiney of Jam-: beroo, lost'liec life in the flames. Iowrthei fire originited," is a miatter of uncertainty. sir. and Mrs. Gordon were, on the night in questio,- 'ahbseit from home at .a sbocial useeting whiech had beei called by a friend living, at no great distance. Tlhe only con-. jecture that can be made as to the immedis ate cause of so dis'isal anl accident, so fir, at least, .as'we have heard, is, tliat the de 'scased had fillenasleep iwithuit cs?tiiiguish iig the. candle. The - follo'n iu-sthe evi dcenic given at tlie inquiest hlel~ oii the re 'maiils, before 11. 13. .ry, . Esq., Cooolier.o The vleidict of the jury" was-=" 'llhat the deseased 'riih...
EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
EDUCATION. A meeting cowenued by circular was held in the' Court House on Wednesday last, (Mr. Robb in the chair) to take into consi deration :the 'difficulties under which the present non-Vested National School is placed,-and to devise some means of estab lishing ar vested school. .:The.Secretary to the.the Local Patrons read' some correspondeneo which had taken jilacedbetwvcon the phtrons amind the Central oaiird, and which weontto show that unless the peopled of Kiama do something towards getting a Vested School by the end of the present year,. the Cietral.Board will decline to give,?henm aniy frther, assistace, which woitdd.bd virtually to close thoe school, as no teacheo possessing tthe .requisite qualificit tions could .bo exected .to remaus if the Contratl oard witlihdrew their grant towards i' e m.eeting seemed, fully, alive to. the importance of having a' Ven ted. National School in Kiama, there was not one dissent ing voico when a resolution to that effect. was mnoved.: i:...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
WVE Lbg to dra wtii i cittnltios of. Ad vertisers to : tho.ldAivatages Which. the 1Ki4,1 :IsDEi;'DEo?T .i bliow oflrs for their purpose. ,.Tlhis journal lias inet.with.an.a smount of scacesis whichliars fuw parallels is tihe Sistory of locial ,jornalini. in Alsstralia. It icaches all parts of this and the neigh.' iborinig colonies ias sell as those of New Zealand. Its circulhtioi is inost esteni sie .in .thlto south-easter l,districts (for whlos, beidefit 'it "was cstablished,) espe :ciilly: in the .'couitiis of Camden nid St; Vinci?it. 'lic number of-copiesi"is - sized at, this tilo,. tihe commencemientcof its.second qurtcrr. is nearly 900,: and'is 'rapidly -increcas inig.
THE FEDERAL REPULSE AT FORT WAGNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
TIHLE FEDERtIA REPULSE AT FlORT '-WGANER. . The Clharleston papers thus describe tlhe assault on Fort .Wagn:r :--" Battery Grcgg, at Cumiming .1Point, iand Foi" Sumter, taking pacit in the tlhundering chorus, were now t?ing with groatier rapidity than at any previous -time dufing the din . The entire horizoi appeared tos-bi lighted up with the itlfal lhishes of'the lurid flames ithat sho" out from monstei' guns on land and sea:' During this critical period the majority of our troops were driven to sheltdr beneath our:bomb-prools and other'woilcs erected for thiiri protection.- But it was known tb the olficers commain ding that such a demon strationi on the part of the eneiny was not without its object. An assault had been apiprehended all day. , The enemy had hloped ;by this terrible fire not only-to de s royuonr battery, but to demoralizd our troops. • In both they failed.. As the shades of night began to fall, the bombardinent measureably relaned. General Taliaferro, one of Stonew...
NEW ZEALAND. THREE DAYS LATER FROM AUCKLAND, AND TWO FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
NE W ZEALAND. TIREE DAYS LATER FROM LOcK LaND,, AND. TWO p CrOM 'THFIE By the brig Wild Wave,; Captain Yna dervord, wre..ilhve Alckland papers to the 10th instant.,, SAt the tinme of hoi departlre 'ino move ment ?of ann note had taken place, on the' obn csi'de r the other;'sinc our last ad The rebels wereg ain assemblin in.great fosce at: Mremere; and everything miidi. crated tliht the an~iously looked for attack 'oi their: stronghold was 'close at hand; and couild not bo.mucli.longer del~jid. Nothliag was knbowii for certiin, eithleriof Geoi;ial CCame?ion's iiftenied nmveinents;.or hise. plan olop oerations -thesoe lhe wisely keeps.t?o himself till the proper time comes, to privent colliisioii' btitwefa the roebels and thie socalled " frienduly~iaories,"': f wnliich iecently there have been! some pretty con vincing eigns: oCdmulodroc Wismann and 250. .bluei ablcets had goine: to'-the front,: the sailors iaving beelon told off friomthe fleet to manu thIo gun-boats, and 'otherwvise a...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
GARDENER'S CALE1NDAR. - 1HOS EMBEIH Krrcur\s GARDEN. - In oeveryo respet sameD asast .month.l. Wclrd.nlnd Water well, should ruin nut't'nll. tcDlRD.D -The dlirectios detailed last mronthi apply in every respect to thisa.. 1LOWIED IDIIIDi-DAttend to to-vrythnlg as durlpg Ioast month, I Ptroo.t ' LoosRn surele tsoil, keep duownieeds;re. ploea stalke, destroy lo .'I . lt YIELD.--Continu e aIl operations as duringDlnlt montth. The following Iu it good olld chiep manure ton top-dresls. ID" pDstDresI ToO curt-lo-do oood .sites. siD of str talueig of feeost or sent)), and 1% t t. I/ 1ruvictoulo pe aore, null tOi'cd together, Riidtr:DDe I overt il face of the pasture.DO
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
o Bricklayers and Carpenters. T NDLM. 'ir ir I for the erectiori of IE. I 'Crge s ilt of brick work *on: stone bundati? shingled r1oo.. Plan and spe ia ti at. GE O. 1 LLE V'ictoria ore . To Travel this Season, FROM WOLLONGONG, TO Kt[aIA, JAM BEROO, SIILLhtA RBOR, AND TIULWI 'The well-kn. Tfi lraigtntire, S,.YOUKq. SaLIA." TH E is.a riclh roan, .inds 17 lihnds high, .:. anld was got b the imported horse Yorkshire Hero, w- is owned by -MB . Seth, of Windsor, lam -by Old George the ourth, imported :T , TiRs.-- 2 each miar. " SYoung A;istralia will cll ill the a0 .'Inns on th i'ioiud from Bulli to -Shlilharbor, J'amleroo, and' Kiama onicc i week.' All payments to bbo made .on the 1st of Jalnuay, 1864. JOHN. MIUGIRAVE, - ..-: . ' Proprietor, Settlert.tsAxms..'-' .I To Travel this Season,' ':. . r·.OM 'GEu i INMGONG TO ,TAM- BEROO, The Ililported 'Coicehing Stallion, .:. " ADMIRAL JUNIOR."`. . A DMIRAL- JTUNIOR is a beautifui . dark dappled bay horse, stands six .teen and a half lund hi ,...
DREADFUL STEAMBOAT CATASTROPE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
DRoEnDFsus STrirnnoA.x CArAsvnormri A RIanzaec Th- e 'steamer':.i?th, C.aptain Pegram,; bound foi Ilelona, le?t Cairo on. the .Mississippi'on the eveiing g of the ,tli instant, luivlag on' bard 100 head of fat cattle, for the use of the Federal army, 122 mules, aid 2,6000,000 dollars for the pay maent' of General'Grant's forces.. About an hour after .the vessel started :a fire was dis covered :near.the-stern,;. and in a shoxt time the fiance had got the coiimplete: master;. The captiiri ordered the head of the vessel .to be tulrndtowards'the shore, and she ran. airoind with ? considerable "force, ,some thirty feet of. the seoin beiie broken off iby the shock.. A rush ias mace for the shore by all. except five soldiersileft in charge of money chests: -Befoie all could leap off, the boat recoiled front shodrce, one. wheel still going, and shot "out into the stream. Five of il?ae Niith WisconSin and se?eral passengerse all' the catitle, iules, money, freight, coloured chamnbermaidi one...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
AMERICA. WTR aPEELING Os' THE FEDERALS.Tn wARDs EaLE?in. - Thle New:: Yoik Hei.ald 'concludes a claracteristie article against?h Egland and France as follows: -Ina w:ord, t'hen, it is our. duty, as well as ohr interest, toattack England& France as soon as this war is concluded. The Southern people are equally incensed against Europe for holding out their false but deceitful. promises; not one of which has been fulfilled, and=:will gladly fight with us in such at eas?e --Thus all ani mosities will be lost iii the common in t'rests and fortiitues?: f snlch a conflict; all the social and political piblemswwhich threaten to perlex us will'. be easily solved; all the dangers of a 'too sudden recurrence to peace will be averted ; our gallant soldiers and brave generals will be gloriously employed; the military and naval talent of our, citizens, just begin ning to show itself in numerous improve monts in the method and the materiel of war, will be suitably developed;. France will b...
POETRY. MY POETICAL CREED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
SPOETRY. tMY POETICAL CREED. I sing no song of ohivalry I wake no sounding lyre;. The deeds of knlghta in bloody fights' 1May not my soul inspire. I look not unto ages passt ; ".;l?? Nor drennam of bygone days Tho toll and strife of peresetlifo, These better suit sy lays. I turn not to the gisdy hloeightie Whero mand ambitln trenads; Nor to to the plain of gory stain Whl who ar' hRis banner spreads: Those whom tlhe wosrld has heroes ~dil'd 'idare not so misname; let the truly great; lwhateo'er their states Shall graco.my roll of fame. And rho aso thses-tiee sise, lee gegood? Pnll oft the lowely, orn:; . . h wit?lni to talk, witlh'whom to walk, Tlto prould wold think it orn. -. Who labour hard, who sufeor milch ' SWho bear and who forbear;" And deem the christlain geritture T hebmeetest men caun wer We lhvoe clivlrice spirits; too; Tbhough chivalry bo'de ; Gone with tlbs age on hosea doark pwogo Its light a luastre slie ds 3en awho have fouglht a goodly light ,."hltast hydra-?erheded...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 November 1863
Xl %ATA COURT OF R.FOQUESTS.. (Before lhessi?rs. Fry; Hiid'ii.arsh, Chapman, Robb, and Charles;) FRANCIS NAPPER V. MICHAEL CONNOR Plaintiff sued for £6 5s., which he alleged to be due to him for' work-done in clearing defendant's: land. He had under- taken the felling of about seven and a-half acres of 'bush; at the price of £1 10s. per acre, amounting in all to ;£11.5s. He had received £5 on account;: No receipt had been given, but plaintiff had no wish to dis-. pute the payment. Defendant maintained that the case" was beyond the jurisdiction of the Court, as the amount now claimed by plaintiff was the balance of a debt over £10. ;He asserted: also, that the plaintiff's contract was still unfinished, and that the amount he had &nbsp; agreed to pay was 'not £11 5s. as "alleged, but £10 10s. He called in support of this last assertion a witness of the name of' T. Wray, who stated that he had heard-the price of £1 10s. per acre agreed upon be- tween the parties, and that, afte...
BATHURST. Friday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863
IATaURST. Friday, p.m. TuE Hon. James Martin has just arrived, and lhas been waited upon by a deputation comprising somne of tile most intllulential residents of the town and district, who prc stcd 'seim withll an address congratulating W pon his accession to ollice, and exsprcs dllstisfaiection at his success in forming a 'hnist'.y. A banquet is to take place to-niglat, which will be largely attended. Great diasatisfactionis sbit by all classes at the result of the Orange clection. News lhas reached here that Gilbert, O'Meally, and Bet HIall havepaidanothler visit to Canowindrn, and stuck lup Robiu saon's hotel, witout, however, obtainilg inuch spoil. They said Viane had left the party. It is reported that tile police fell in with them and chased theem, but the bush rangers escriped. The police are reported to have made an attack upoli an unollibnding man, who was on the road, and to hsave shot his horse fr'om usderhisn. They took him prisoner. ihand cufelhd him, and ordered him to...
MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863
MELBOPONE. Monday. Tile weather at Melbburne during Sun day and Sunday night, and part of ' Monday, was awfll. I)uring the whole time, one continuous gale ilasted, of gusts of wind and petlinhg showers of hail. -H.2. trrnsport, tihe steamship Iinmnlaya formerly employed in the same service dur. ing ithe Criman war, made the Port Phil lipIends to-day, with 900 troops on board for New Zealand. She has been tawenty. twro days from Colombo. Thepilot, in con sequenee of the. weather, was iunable to board her outside the Heads. She brings dates from Lo September 10th. Tlher were onl apers aboard, which were abtaincd shipping reporter to the Argus. T "eMonday Evening. The imalaya s on board the 50th regi ment. Tnesday, 7 p.m. A meeting of Riverino squatters was held to-day, when a feeling prevailed in favor of a juncltion with Victorin. Floods prevail over tihe entire colony. The gale has now abated, and for the last tawelvo hours the weather has been fine. In the tobancco market. fine sor...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. YASS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863
TELEGRAH? _.IIC INT..ELLIGE CE . (ramo T$iHl JIHRALAND EMPIRs.) T'e ltion o..-" ss to.ic plac?tonday. at noonr, Mr. Faucett ?was proposed, bylr. llmaiiand soeconded by Mr; OConuorr. Ais there w as no..other candidritc; Mr. Fau ctt' vas deolnerd duly electled.: Themispeech ofthe hon. gentleman had' niothing in it f significfiance. Sub-inspector ]renanswhile on 'buh duty on Suturday, met M?r. Styles in pursuit of the biushrliangers Richalrdsoiin Stanley, and LEvans; and tracked. thiem to Grogant' Liiucstosieo Crek, where they had stolen two nwatches and, some, money., They ]had nly left twenty.minuites prqvi us to MIr. Styles and B3renanu's isrriyal, who continuedtl on theirtraicks and followed them till ielcvern o'clock.on Sunday, whed furtlierpursuia twasf prevoented.by heary rain.i; • " 8.30p.m. M, r. Biron, superinteondent of polico, has just arrived with his fannity. o was scarcely out of hiscarrisge when inforna tise was brought to hiunthat a MIr. Alling hnm had been stopped by ...