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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dfays of the Weok. oy fSus. Sunsot. 3foora's MIoath Ago. TIIlSDAY .........Tu 1 3 10 IDAY ..... ,, 10 7 7S 5 3 11 S'D'NISDAY 10 7 8 5 4 14 SUTN~D AY 177 54 1* 7W(NDALY.. 15 78 7 8 514 14 TI7JsDAY....... 5 7Il 7 1 ~ :15 WE'DNESDA~Y... 75I, 7 7 571 16 STIIfl KIAMA INDEPENDENT. rThrnscD, JrULr 1, s186.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

HORSE MARKET. Mr. C. Martynioports The holrse markot is voery quict, and inqui rlcs arc limitcdto town rCquirmoants. Strong colts, in good condition, suitod for hoavy draughlt, are tho most saloable dcscription of stock to send to mnarkot, as no fresh drafts havo bocon sent down latoly, and thorc, is prospoct of their mooting with ready salodor some time to come. 'TLwo drafts of light stock woro sold at Camperdown at about former rates.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

RAILWAY AUOTION DEPOT. Thile supply of butcher's stock this woeek wnas small. The following are the prices obtained : s.d. s. d. Calves .. .. 6 0.. 38 0 SLambs .. .. 12 0 to 19 0 Pigs.. .. 10 I.. 71 0', Ronsters .? .:. 4 .3 .. 6 Fowls .. '.. 3 .. 4 6. Ducks . ... 0.. 589 Goeese .. 00., 13?0. Turkeys .. '7 ' '. 17 0 Butter, roll.. 0 7, .' 1 Bntter;keg .. " . O . ..': 1 0 Cheese .. 0 3 0; 4 Eggs . :..:O 19 ;..,11 Bacon .. O '. " 8 Hams ... 0 .."O 7·.. 0 10 Hides .. .. 6 0 ..12 0 Sheopskins .. .. 2 0:..: 2 10. Tallow, pur owt 2..8 ,0 28 0 Hay: Oaton, per cwt.,' £6 :to £8 10; Incomern £7 1 to £7 10s ditto. Strai' 4. 6.d to Os per cwt. S PE.p: MNe ES.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILS BY THE BOMBAY. General Post Office, 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

MAILS li?Y Te'ii BOMBAY. General l'ost Office, .12th IMay. The o tails by thle lPeniihsulr and Oricntal Stiai:un Navigation .Comlephny's' steamer BOMBAY, will be mnde up at.this oflice onl FI[DAY, the 22hid 'iistant, t' t 'a.m.i; for allletters not addressed to the Usiited King-. dola, and at 11 na.m; forall']Cttekrssoaddressed. Newspaperd must be posted one hour befor the letters, i.e., at 8 and 10 a.ne. respectively; Tle following mails will be dispatched: To the Usitcd KIingdom, via Marseilles and Sonthampton. To France and other Conti nointal States (in a closed mail to France.) To the Northern countries of Europe, via (when mnarkled) Triesto. To BMelbourne, Tasnmania, Adelaide, Western Australia, MIauritius, Suez, Alexandria, Malta, Aden, Madras. Calcutta, IBombay, Ceylon, Batavia, Singapore, MIanila, China, the Cape of Gooad Hope, iand St. IHelena. Registered letters, riot addressed to the United Kingdoms, wlil niot be received after 3.30 p.m. on tle 21st instant, but letters ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

LABOR REPOtT. The immigrants per Sandringhan are now open for engagemont. They comprise married couples, sinegloe mle farm servants, and snigle femnle ftare and domestic servants. Thie do meand for labour is increasing now fine weather has 'sc in, and as there is time for a lats crop fsrming mi n will be in request. We lavo ae good attesndasce of male isnd femiale servants sit ollr olicus. Wasges, sith rations or board anu lodging, as per list: per annum. alrried couple, for dairy or agri cultural work]............. £,40 to £60 Singlor fsrsmingmeneu.... . 8...0 to 60 , dairy men ............. 28 to 3i5 Blush labourers for clearing .... 30 to 85 Horse or bullock drievrs ...... 80 to 40 Useful boys, to milk or tailcattlo 20. to 25 Dolmestic female servants .....' . 20 to 26 Dairy meaids ................ 20 to 24 J. C. GLUIE, Labour Agent, 162, Pitt-street, S~ydiney.

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 — 14 July 1864

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Nature's Monitor.-Pain is the indicator of some disoider or disease, and should never be neglected, for the, pain of toaday may prove the agony of to-morrow. Holloway's medicaments stand pre-emi nently forward, and are overywhere: commended, for quickly removing all' maladies, when the least uneasiness has discovered their seat and kind. These remedies so purify the blood, and regulate its circulation, that every organ acts per fectly, and every secretiont is' .patural, which is health, and may be secured by every invalid at a trifling outlay. Tne purpose of Holloway's remedies is to mitigate suffering, abolish pain, and~ex tinguish disease; and they nobly effect this object. One trial will convince the most sceptical. " No DEAD YET."-A few days ago, a " no dead yet," case occurred in Caith ness. The chief actor in'the case had been taken seriously ill, and death having, as was supposed by his attendants, en sued, the usual offices were paid the body, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

* EMIGRATION. Ear?anaTIoN FROlI LIvEeRPoO?.--The spring exodus from TLiverpobl' has conm menced "with a vengeance," and appears to be likely to outstrip t?ho emigration of any year since 1857. As usual, the ohief number of the emigrants are Irish. The number of ships sailing, 'under the:act" tothe United States in' the montlh jusnt ended was 35, having on board 13,118 steerage and 339 cabin, passengers,' of which 2309 werd English, 314 Scotch, 9250 Irish, and 945, foreigners: To 'Victoria there *were only two ships, 584 steerage and 7 cabin passengers, of which 212 were English, 55, .Scotch, 306 Irish, and 11 foreigners; making a total of 37 ships with 14,068 emigrants, of whlicli 2821 were English, 399 Scotch, 9556 Irish, and 250 foreigners Of ships '"not under the act" there sailed to United. States five ships with 250 passengers; Ncewfoundland, one-ship and 7 passen gers; to New South Wales, one ship and 16 passengers; to Victoria, one ship and 22 passengers; to the West Indies, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARE THE PLANETS PEOPLED? [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

ARE TI{E PLANETS PEOPLED P Both Newton and Humboldt are of opinion that the stars are probably of the samenn material as tlhe earth. IHeor schel the elder and Laplace shared this view to a certain extent. Tile meteorites have been found to contain no simple body no earth or metal not ]nown as an element of our globe. What is however interesting is, that they have as yet been only found to contain less tllhan a third of the known number. The metals far pre dominate over thle non-metals in these bodies. Their composition then is such, that if thie planets be like them they can not support early life as we understand thie phrase. Purthermoro, MIerury is nearly seven' times, occasionally nearly eleven times as light as the sun, so that a human being would be struck blind instantly, while thie heat is computed to be so great that his eyes would be boiled in hIis head. In the hottest part of this planet, water would always be at boiling heat, and isftmmntotry substances be dis sipated and...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACETIÆ. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

, 'FACETI2;. Ax American journal says that wheon a cat's tail ispinched between a door and the post, she utters tho vowels 6e io u, and finally dwelling on so tillroleased, when th, sound terminates in p short. "Do vou think that Jonas cried- when he was in the whale's belly P"'was the ques tion put to as oily seaman by a slcee querist. "Don't know," replied Jack, " but should think not, as there was plenty of blubber without ]is'n." lt ScossLuD you bli.required to sing at a party, you may obsorve that you never shng unlecss you drink a pwilful of cold Water, and thoun sot yourslf:on the fire, when singing always takes place before boiling. IeIss WIT.-As an Irish soldier' was assing through. the strodts of Dublin a large mastiff run at hilm, and he stabbed. tls, dog with his'bayonet. The inaster of the dog brought him before the magistrnte, who asked him "why he did not strike the dog with the butt end: of his 'muskoet." " So I would," said the Hibornian soldier ".if lhe had run at ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE CALAMITOUS FLOODS. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

THE liATE CALAMITOUS FLOODS. S:(To the Edlitorof thse Hbeald.) Si?,-With- feelings of admiratiodn, I have read the proceedings of the meeting at ;thd Masonie Hall, for the purpose of af-. 'fordlng relief to the sufferers by the floods; yet, with regret, when I. reflet that its philanthropic object is but of a tempodrary character, and the.. sad ovent which has thus called into action one' of the noblest fcllings of man,'is liable again to. produce is similar disastdr. Seeing this fact, docsit not, therefore, bghove the. princes of ours land, and such infidontial wen wiho ioi nobly gave their support and 1iersonM countenanee to the object of that pneting, to apply their potent qualifications in the 'maturing of.a measure, which will here. "aftcrjpermanentlt protect all t~hose agricul turists who are so loeated from a isiiilar disaster-I allude only to the loss of their erops-by a very practicable act, to which I will hereafter refer,. in the performance of which they would not only p...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COOURT. (From the Hferael) a S(Before his HIonor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice.) ATTEMlPT AT MfURsDER. F~rancis Clarke, alias Guardinr,. 'alias Christie, was again brought up. and the trial proceeded with. The Attorney-General conducted thile pro secution; the prisoner was defended by Mir. Isaacs and Mr. Dallcy. After a good deal of ovidence had beeon hleard, Mr. Isaacs addressed the jury on be lslf of the prisoner. His Honor then summed up, stating thd facts of the case, and directed the jury to do their duty honestly iend fearlessly. The jury then retired, and after the ab sonce of an hlour and a qsuarter they returned a verdict, finding the prisoner guebity of tho second count, and not guilty on the lirst count. His I-Ionor then addrAsoing prisoner said: I hlave very few remarklst o make, but I fcl it mny duty to make sonic. If I am to take wlhat you have said to be sincere and I have no means of ksiowung that it is not-I can rejoice, for ,our own sake, that ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA NO LONGER OPEN TO CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

AUSTRALIA NO LO~NGER OPEN STO CONVICTION. (From tlic Realm.) In the old Botany Bay days transpor tation was rightly regarded as a punish mont fraught with terror. Criminals were sent to a barren, and inhospitable shore, from which they seldom returned to their native country; while the few who found their way back recounted horrifying tales of magistrates' injustice and overseers' cruelty. But by degrees a complete change took place; the barren land became a flourishing sheep-farm, cities arose, the shamefuliniquities of the old system were reformed, gold discoveries took place, voluntary emigration increased enormously, and thie colonists gradually found that they could dispense with con viet labor. The Australians discovered this fact long before the mother country was will ing to admit its existence. The convict, formerly welcomed as a convenient hewer of wood and keeper of sheep, was shunned as a plague-smitten wretch, whose touch was contamination. Tie homo authori ties complai...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE MASSACRE BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

ORIGILNALTPOETRY. TIIE MASSAOlItB IY TILE DLACCKS. It was upon a summer's morn, The son wro pouiong forth A od of light uiron to thhit " Wide otrtolohng to thl? North; All Natureo was aReaknrig-- : One animated lay Resoetdilog far ond wide prsol med Doep in a vale, surmrnded ,lymoauy a vavingrowedr; Thlere ?9?tle souls and fearless hearts . UndTwtrmifmmsl d addnparnd l .d aTmid tihe soul-insptrii air , OfTthat bright tropic rS ud Thore prmoudy in Its naitlve soit The rocmh b fRann gsurrw, The lUooious apple of the pline g " ... Areumt-its fragrance -threw, ;- And thiro wre spoeadin corn 00eod--. A rivet; from whose brnk " The palm and tire mihnhn trees N'erpetunl erduro orank. ?o rew years hd pass'ds toneogr? uourethed?, . .A hroattory wenote it toy, . Whom now the lowingl cuttle rkood " And snowy sheep ille s ltry ?"l And where the ogint forest stood Forageesr tIo might,' . . , " The woodman's axe hath turrad it to :A garden ofdelight. s Oftthrugl hoso fomosl' ltatyionthl The wild ...

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 — 14 July 1864

IRE IN SUr AN EB ? F Olicc, corner of Pitt and IHuaitcr s?trcots, Sydney. . ? Incsorporatsd by Act of Council, 18 Vie. 1855., SYDNEY ?I? / O.C COMPA NY. CapitalI 9 50,03 ns: T. C. 3BREIL. P, Eso.,' Cnir~snnax JOHN FAI1IAX, EsQ., DEUTY-CannasInMIN SM. E. SEURN N, Eso. THIOMAS 1101HOLT, Eso., 5I.L.A. J. i'. JOSE1PIISON, Eso?i tOIIhAlRD JONES, Eso. Surveyo,--JAJIES It0IlE, EsQ. Socrcetary-aMR CJOSEPH DYE. " The Sydney Insuraneo Com s policies for protction agn t ranging f'imn ?]0)to.£IOO. /Thd snb neriad /,i $,johlO vith unlimitcd liability l./'t/Jn m 01althy colonial propcrietyV .1. rates o o sumance rangec from 3s?o( cent. to GOs 6d per cent., for brick oi stone dwellings, and fromi 4s 6d to 12s Gd per cent. for brick or one shops, stores, a places of l Wooden buiodinvJ a~rgcd sp t Losses romt' d. ,, as been paid mpany for fir sses within the pasht:t years. Small accidonts, from fires in dwellings or shops, are recognised as claims, and equitably settled. This being a colonial insitu...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

ExTsnonrNs?ARY CasE.-A- short time since acowVthe property of Mr. Youngo, of 'Thebuton, was takcen il, and quite bafled the attempts of veterinary surgeons to dis cover tihe cause of the illness until a few days ago, whei an imlprovement took placeo in tile animal, and an abscess formed near the fore: armn. Uplon this being inspected, a pro jection, like a piece of bone working out appeared, which being with difficulty removed, proved tobe a case knife, nine and 'a luclf inches lohg. How the animal swallocved it remains a mystery.-Bcurys Post. .: , . A 18Fr8/r PTrnolsen i OL lDSn IEwAnoD. In 1858,a gentleman ivallineg on the outer end of Mecigg's wharf had his??dt blown off his hoad .by a summor afternoond gust of wind, and intling to catehitbeforbit ient overboai~d 1ie tripped on tlhe planking and wdent" hendforeinost into the waters of the Bay.. The tide was running a strong flood at the time, and as he came to the surface, Special Officer Van Ness, who happened to be on deck at t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

SHOALHAVEN. (FnoM A cobiIORRESPONDENT.) T~ho Relief Committee mot this day (July 12) and distributed tliohe money in hanct, comprising the balance of £60 r, coived from St. Mary's through the Rev. Father 'Aroy;. also, about ;30 subscribed in tl district.. Tho district is in a far worse condition than many suppose. A 'oat number of cases requir immodiato relief. Thorb wore 20 appllcations this day for food and clothing and seed wheat. The committee will meoet again to-niorrow to receive further applicationis to forward to Syd Swas astonished to find one or two spealcers at the Hiama meeting for the relief of the suffers by the flood refer to Slhoalhaven as "not being so bad as was at first believed." I cals tell those gentle men that things here are very bad; they onught to be more careful of their inform nts' word in ]Ihiezarding so loose an opinion, which may do (if it has not already done) great injury to our poor flood-wrecked .servation that "the distress might be mi y those res...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMBEROO. July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

JAMBE.ROO (FROM OU1 COIIRiESl'ONDENT.) July 11. I observe that theo gentlemen of the Ioentch the other day, in the absence of polico business, set themselves to discuss tiho question of expending the smu of money granted for the repair of our roads. Tudging from the mention made in your report of the spots which were spoken of as requiring the carliest attention, it would appear that tlhe very worst place of all, it least between thi Minnamurra and Kiama, is likely enough to pass unnoticed by their Worships, for the very reason, no doubt, as I before hinted, that none of the gentle meon of the honch are in the habit of nass ing this particular spot. The place I mean is in tholiollowr near Mfr. G. yWood's house; it has been during and since the late rains absolutely impassable and the fence has been pulled down to allow of tratfic through the paddock. The fact is, however, That the slough which exists on the road at this point might very soon be extended to an ildelinite distance acr...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

WEEKLY SUThIAIAY OF NEWS. THE BLACKS PLUKDERING AGAIN.-ThO recent ridiculous rocession of Lieuteonannt WhICeolr, and his nasuty flight from Mary borough with .his traopors, have; vory speedily brneo the :fruit that was ebpeetced. Another savage attack has been made at the usual plaoce, Copenhagon Bend, and as usual the blacks are off in safety with their plunder. Between two and three o'clock on Friday afternoon, two drays loaded with stores for Mr. Alexander, of Proston, had reached Copenhageon Bend. The drivers ihad sent a boy a-head to look out for the blacks, and here, on overtaking, him, they found that he had been knocked -off his horse and nearly beaten to death ;, and at the same instatit were surprised by a nulla nullah and a spear huiled at thoem from a band ofabout sixty naked yelling savages, Who immediately pounced on them. Ut torly helpless; the bullock-drivers retired to a little distance, while the blacks pro ceeded to plunder. They carried off, among otlher things, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

(visor OUst COaBESPONDENT.) Since the first part of my last communi cation was written, we hav'e beeCn visited with more heavy raisd; and on Sunday the 3rd, great fdars were enterl?,ied of another flood; but most providentietly, the ra;a ceased befbrore the river lhad rison to any great height. I seed you hircwiths a small samplo of cotiton grown here. The tree from whieh this hais bee taken produced about 40 bolls or pods, and this is one of the smallest. Should anyone wish to procure seed whenl the season for planting comes round, I wP.l sulqply it to anyone, in limited quantitieu, ins I wish to encourage the oxporimeut of growium it, and shall be pleased to see ai more favourablo result than we have had hitherto. The local committee continues to sit and dispense relief; but it is the genorr! opi isios that mnore harm than good has boen done by thcil. A good suggestion was made the other day in reference to the pirinciple on wrhich aid should be givein. It is, that a committee be ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864

WEISTERN AUSTRALIA. Accounts just received friom lthoe ex piorers dcscribs the country about loebuck 3ay, and inl'md for a great distauce, as welt watered and grassed, equal to any pastoral loand in Victoria.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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