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NEW ZEALAND. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT. EIGHTY REBELS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
. ;: NEW ZEALAND.: 'IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT. ':* .:,EIGHTY REBELSiKILLED. Wangangai Ol hronilc say s:--Irdy im portant intelligence arrived this morning (May 15) at 3 o'clock, from Ranna (Lon. don), tli place at which the Government Natices were' posted in order to intercept the party threatening to attack this settle menit. Piull particulars have not yet been received, but so far as they have come by way o. letters to Mr. White aind to the Putiki nativer, they will be found below. 1 It appears that the. attacking party, had,, according to their expressed intention, be gun tie descent of the river, notwithstand ing the warning of the Government Natives that if they came near them they would be attacked.' The Putiki natives have it, that their coming to an island between Tawhi tenini and l anna, two pas only a short distance, from, each other, would be con sidered as the signal for an attack on thoen; and that the Government natives embarked in five eanoes, under thd' command respec tiv...
RIGHT OF A HUSBAND TO THE CUSTODY OF HIS CHILD. [In the Supreme Court, before the three Judges.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
IRIGIHT OF A IHUISBAND TO THE. OUSTODY OF HIS 0FIILD.: (From-a the Sydney Morning Herhld.) [In the Supreme Court, before theo three Judges.] - : SIn this case the applicant, Iencry Greg son, claimed the custody of his child - girl betwdcnnine and ton, who wais living with thdl, ap! plicaut's wifa losanasT...Thes were conflicting affidavits. Tlhe applicant swore to his belief that his wife was 'liviing in ia 'state of adultery. It was- cluearly proved that this was not the fact; 'butthiat on the contrary, dining the last thred years, whon living separateo from hler husband, slhe had supported liherself ahd child by honcst industry. On the othelr hand iat was sworn that, from certain expressions used by the husbaiad, there was reason to believe that he was cohabiting withanother womian. But this suspicion was niot sub stantiated; and there woere affidavits. of the applicant's good character. It furthlier ap peared that, althiough the charge against the chastity of theovife was false, ...
POETRY. THE DROWNED HAMLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
* P OE T RY. . S THEf DjiOWNfLED '. * 1S Olin r LOODSleocfYA v AN, aUTirin or O IlnE ISTORTI OF NEW SOIWALtS, t0. UP from li orient star-gcemmed eoch The su revived aro?e , And as eseem'd a guardian true, lls sRohic glne bestows On all tlhshscenes t1at court Ils amr Stream, woodleiand, hill, and plain; The first at morn to clx his cob, The last te dleight's wane. And lsigted up his glowin g Sre, tlis glnoce 0cWocioarly foll AdowFn tlit scene, w~ien senncicng close, - Ilie saw that iiloc s, wcelt;" And whnn at eve hci pling reys alve pIace to glimmering stars, No sg he mark'd to dull his eye, So shde his glindoess mrs Fdr ali tice land eas deftly clad In stphrling Jule's aray- Australian June I where.spring's mild reign Usurps waro Summner's swayl; Bright blosser tlicily strewed the p1lain, The blrldcs ade aycst bwlic, " The herbhge ful'd luxuriant holds- I Meo said they saw It groI. And hundadgo l that twightllto b WeO flir scene did lose; Joynous to view thy rusti.llss Tilo tsurrom...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
, Tenders. .Tenders.. IENDERS will roceived .up to 12 l o'clodl on f Y, the 1b5th July, for the erection -of/A4,UTER STORE at ; Geriingong. AUll /nmials -ill. be sup plied. ' .'lan and sa ccation 'ay be sebn at Mr.. George dams, Steam Packet Inn, Kiama. . f -njr . / / IIIGIEST PIRHSIUM FOil WHEE LER & WILSON'S SEWENG -MACHINES. / ! CSEVENTY THOU AND of these Ma. O chines were sydy.tl KManufacturers in THREE MO. 1 Tl' eingj December, 1863, THE STaf EL PROOF that they are the very EST. ~ENNARD / STEVENS, Solo' Im porters, Pitt-str et, Sydney. ANTIA ' tA GIRL'Tdt XNU ? B.' A to *> \ ars. T. j. I^JLLER. I NOTICE OF IEMOVAL. HENRY THORNTON, N returning his silere thanks to the in habitants of iLmi and neighborhood, for their very lihr, tronage, during the past year, begs o n rni them that having taken on lease tiseentrally situated pro mises lately qesilled by Mr. Redford, he intends carry on his business of Saddle an l- Harness Miaker, and hopes by strict adherence, to his us...
BURSTING OF THE CLYDE THROUGH ITS BANKS. FOUR LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
BURSTING OF THE COLYDE THROUGH ITS BANKS. FOUR LIVES LOST. (From the Edinburgh Daily .eviezw, March 15.) A counterpart of the Sheffield catas trophe, fortunately on a very much smaller scale, and with less fearful results, oc curred in Glasgow yesterday morning. The incessant rain of the past two or three days, and especially of Sunday and Sunday night, has swollen the Clyde greatly beyond its ordinary size, and yes terday morning, between four and five o'clock, the south bank near the Ruther glen Road, between the bridge and I'Neil's boat-house, gave way, and all the low-lying land on the south side of the river in the neighbourhood was im mediately submerged. The laying of tile ground under water, was, however, the most trivial of the damage. On the edge of the Rutherglen Road stands a house of two storeys, one being beneath the level of the road, and the other above it. The entrance to the lower storey is by the back, from the flat ground behind the banks of the Clyde. This porti...
GARIBALDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 July 1864
GARIBALDI. (From the Ecoitmist.) [The article which weprint below from a very ableand, influential London jour nal, gives, we:think, a fair and. impartial sketch of the character and career of the Italian patriot, who was.lately the hero of the hour in England.-ED. IND.] A disposition towards hero-worship is in dicative of certain estimable tendencies, but is not necessarilyand of itself a safe, a valuable, or ennobling quality of mind. It is well to have a great .capacity for reverence; but it is well also to be some what dainty and thoughtful as to the ob jects we select. for reverence. It is well to be able to idolise the really great both among the living and the dead; but it is not well for our idolising'faculty to be hungry or omnivorous. A man who can worship at any shrine is like an ass who can eat at any manger, or a spaniel that willlick any hand. To wor ship heroes is right and just; but.to en dow unheroic men with heroic qualities because we haven craving to fall down an...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
ITALY. Garibaldi's rcepti6n in England caused i profound sonstation of gratitude amongst the Italians. The state of the Pope's health is so alarm ing that tihe Cardinals in Rlome hold a sccret conclave to elect a successor to the Pa)pal throne. The standing nrmy now nmunbeors thrce hundred ad n oighty-fivo thousand, and 19 regiments of cavalry. A Bourbonist plot has been discovered, hnd the expulsion of Francis II. from neome will be demanded by Victor Emanuol.
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
GERMANY. The P.russinn Government lhas abandoned the Treaty of 1852 as a basis of arrange mont, and irritation against England m creases. She is accused of egotism, arro gance, brutal haughtiness, and complicity with the enemies of Germany. SVienna prays for the adoption of a policy -cvenat a sacrifice-to chastise British in solence. it1. de Bismarck announced to the, Eng lish ambassador that ho will only commu nicate with him.hencefortlh officially. This act will probably termninate in the recall of their respectivo ambassadors at London and B?rliun.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
COMMERCIAL INTELIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM F LOUB MILLS. LIST OF lIllOlCS. A s. d.· Superfine silk-drosoed Fleur, per ton 31 0 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ........... 12 0 Second flour, perditto ...:......1 3 0 Maize Flour,por ditto ............ 0 13 0 Maize, per bushel ..... ........ ..." 0 6 Ornllshed MeIaise, per bsheol ."...;0. 0 5 0 Bran andPollardil, ditto ........... 0 1 r- WhVeat and Muaize purchased for cash, or taken in exchange for flour or grist grind ing. · ? : i ',' : J. SHIARPE & SONS. July 13, 1864
CONTINENTAL. THE DANO-GERMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
CI0NTINENTAIL: TIE DANO-GERMAN QUESTION. Deonme ark has totally sucoumbed.. Dup. pll- lhas fallon, and Alson is practically gone. Predoricin iseabandoned, and Jut lnd is occupied by tho.allied armies. -: Notwithstanding?dall' this, deputatiofis' wait on ,the King. roquesting him not to prolong the aremistico, and when concluding peace to uphold tio rights of Denmark; Public opinion has lately taken a more warlike tone, snhd it is asserted that the Danish Government will recall its ploenipo tontirices from the Conference should the German Powers not modify their de mands. - A dsaiiiatd -.navl oengagoment toole place botween the Danish,:and Austrian. fleets on the 9th May, six miles olffTHeoligo. land. Theo'Danes weroe?ictorious. Hans Auroa was there. Wlhen the news was received in thie Houso of Commons-in England the moem bors broke forth into tumultaous and long continued oaultant cheeoring; for some .timo the Speaknor could not restoroe order. .: The Conferenco peace policy prevail...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
SYDNEY 3IARKIETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last rc port as uldor :-- - " port as unr £ s. d. e s.d. Floor, first, per ton .. 28 0 0 to 0 ' 0o Do., Seconds,por ton .. 25 0 0 .. 0 0.0 Whoat, per bushel .. 0 11 6 .. 0 12 0 Blran por bushel of20 lb 0 1 8'.. 0 00 lisoit, Cabin, por1OOlbs 1 15 0 .. O0 0 0 Ditto, Navy .. .. 1 0; 0 ..O 0 0 racnd,per2lbloaf .. 0.0 7.. 0 0.0 O.te lhay, percwt .. 0 7 0 .. 0 9 0 Grass .. .. 0 7 0... 0 9 0 Lucerno.. .. . .. 0 6 .. 0 7 6 Straw ... . ... . . O 50.. O 6 Bark, perdo. 4 9 .. 0 , 0 Oats, per do. .... 3 0 . 4 0 Barley, per do .. .. 0 3 0 .. 0 3 6 Mn ize, (now) po o .: 0 1 0 . 0 4 3 ,, (old) .. 0 6'.. 00 00 Greon stutfpor dozen .. O 0 10 .. 0 1 0 llcef,per lb .. .. 0 00& .. 0 0 1 Calves . .. 012 0... 0 25 0 Mlilch Cows , nominal itutton, per do .. .. 0 0 2 .. 0 0 3. Pork lier do .. 0 .5 .. 0 0: i Veal, per do . .. 0 0 3.. 0 0 4 Lamnb, per qr... 0 4 0 .. 0 6 6 lowls, pcr couple 0 3 6 .. 0 4 0 Ducks, per do. .. .. 0 4 0 .. 0 5 0 Ducks, wild, ...