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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. [VIA SUEZ.] London, 4th June, 11.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAIM. [VLA SUEZ.] London, 4th June, 11.35 p.m. The secoid reading of the Pel;al Servi tude Bill has passed in tlhole ouse of Lords. The Government chluracterised the Austra lin grievances as only imaginary. *Mr. Gladstone has qualified his very "Liberal suffrage" speech. At the Conferenco Meeting, on the 28th May, a prolonigation of the armistice wans proposed, and a treaty on tihe basis of t~haot of 1852 was abandoned by England. A compromise was submitted, tihe. object of whichli was to incorporate North Schleswig with Denmark, and South Selsleswin with IHolstein, and create it a German dichy. Prussia oncourages the Duklo of Augus. tonburg's protensions, but Denmarlc resists tho proposal. SIn America, General Grantunsuccessfully attacked Leo at Spotsylvania on the 18th' May; and Leo subsequontly attacked Grant wsthout any result. Beauregard as saulted Butler's reinforcements at Sieboel, but was defeated. At No?nmarket, General Banks was in imminent peril. The F...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
EXPORTS. The total vamle oT shipments to Australia during the month is £,8i1,14L9, showing a decrease of £32751 against those of the pre vious month. In the corresponding month of 1863 the totanl value of oxports was £880,043. The expsorts to Melbourne for April Maly show a decrease of £22,113; to Syd ney a decrease for the montli of £C13,430. A. prospectus of a now emigration Com pany has been issued, sitl a proposed capital of two millions sterling, threo forths to be first subscribed, in £50 shares to extend facilities for emigration to Aus tralia, under the auspices of Gibbs, B3rihlt, James iaines, and others in Liverpool.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 July 1864
'KIA?MA POLICE COUnT. S " TUErSDAY, JULY 12. Mr. R. Marti appceared before their Worships, Kendall an1 i Oolly, to answer a harge brought against him by thbo Regis. trar, II. Conell, Esq., foi.ncgleeting to registor tbo death of his ohild within thirty days, as by the law required. Mr. Martin in djfonce, stated'that when he re sided in Wollongpong he buried ahild, and the undertaker did the registration for him. In thlis; case, heo asked thile under tnakler, Mr Mison,if the' necessa y regis. tmration was .d&ne, ;who answered in tie affirmative, and it was not until just now that he lad leariied it was necessary for him to rogistrr the death also,or he cer tainly would have complied witli the re quiroments of the law, in consideiation of which ignorance, their Worships imposed a fine of 2s 0d only, with 6s 6d costs. There word three paities: aplplied to the Beonch for relief. Mrs.Dival, a widow with three children, the returns for w?losos vell kInown industry are inadequato t...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NOWRA. JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS--NO\WRA. JuLY 10. (Before Meossrs. Mackonlzio, Elyard, Ald. - corn, Waddington, and Graham.), Sullivan v. Portebos--Under the Master and Sorvant's'Act. The sum of £1 Os. DBd. having bebn tendered and refused, on the ground that it was 3s. or half a week's wages too little, the Beonoh made on order for the sum named, as complainant did not finish the woeekl, and left without a cause" Same v. Slme-Assault. This was al leogd to have boen committed when the complainanrt went to ask for her wages. Dismissed. James Dawes was charged by constable O'Connor with using obscene language. Admonished, and ordered to pay costs, Os. The case of Rogers v. Dufl adjourned from the 7th instant, was then resumed. Ths prosocutrix was re-examined, and con tradicted her former evidence in a very material degroee. For instance, on the 7th she said thlat her own boys wore crying, and on this day stho said they were asleep.: She also contradicted the statemeant as to tise time ale tol...
POLICE COURT—NOWRA. THURSDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
'OLIOE COURT- -NOWBA. STlansDuY, JULYr 7. Present-Dr. Aldcorn, Messrs. Elyard, Aldeorn, and Graham, Justices.) Thomas Duff was ch1arged, on informa tion, that lie did, at-Shoolhaven, on the 29th ultimo, commit a rape on one Amelia Rogers. .: SPlrisonor pleaded not guilty. Mr. Rlichards for prisoner. Constable Grieve deposed to appreheoid ing the prisoner, who denied tihe charge. Amelia Itogers deposed tihat sihe arrived from Sydney on tihe day named in the infor mation. Prisoner was at .Grcenwcll Point with his dray. I asked if lhe had secn Mr.. Aldous. He said no. He (prisonor) said he would take me on llis dray. .It wivs about thlree o'clock. When we got about half way home, prisoner asked me to get out of the dray, as lie wanted to move something. Hoe thien asked me to go into tlihe bush. I refused. He then took me by the arm and dragged me there. Heo threw me down, put his hand over my mouth, and corn mittodthooffence. It was before dark. I did not know my way, and I wont on the...
SHOALHAVEN. CAMBEWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
SHOALTIAVEN.I OAMBEWARRA." . (0o.1oMA COnlRRESPONDENT.) A little girl of Mr. Ilokey's, about three years old, was very soverely burned on Sunday last. Slihe was out on the farm playing with some of her elder sisters, near where there were some fires burning. In the absence of their mother, who was at chapel, a young man, a ncphew of Mr. Hockey's, was having an eye to theinand having occasion to go to the houso'f'r some thing, cautioned them not to g'ii~ar the fires. It appears, however, he liad gone but a short distance before the little one got hold of a burning stick, and on an elder sistOr trying to take it from her, held it be hind her, and so sot fle to lher dress. Her screams soon brouiht tho young man to her help, and boing ? sithous his dcoat or anything handy t6o nt. robund heer, had to use his hands which Io burnt very severely. Dr. Reid was soon in attendance on the" little sufferer. 'Thro were: at:first some hopes of her recovery, but she succumbed to tho injuries receiv...
JAMBEROO. 20th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
. JAMBEiitRO0. (no oun rcot cRiEsPoONDENT.) S- 20th July.' I was glad tofr,soo tils mtorling that my neighbour, itr. Msoco, ing, who lhad been employed for the purpose by the mngistratee, aits set hisoelf to work in good style--that is, as good as all the cmremshtancs allow, to repair that portion of the road "iwlhich I haiveo more titan once :nomltonaed ong .tiyo rst., between the aIinamurtra atd fountaa. All t littas been undertakeno is sinpl:y to ft iidn the nccossaty drains for carrying 6ofr tliwator, and to irotind up tlhe roadway witi:ht te'soil on the spot; . If this is ei ffoctually dona. as I laveo no doubt it will hbo,:perihaps this' p/It of thie tighway mtay retmait in roasonabld- donditton till an nim proved .Muniioipalities ~Act'shall onable us to do our busitess imore cffedthally. . I went lIst nighlt to tle cdticort of tlte Jatt beroo Episcopaliat lttsical Class. As I am profoundly ignornut.:of, ntluical tnttttors in a tdchlitnal sense, I will niot protond to'perpe ra...
GERRINGONG. July 19th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
GRltf),'GONG. (Frno o00 CO1cESesONDEST.) July l?th, 1861. I" perusing your pages of tihe t-o last issues, and mneetirg with those portions which form your Jinbmdroo correspondence, I hlave been much pleased with the clo qitenlt and zealous msdnner in which that "eatleman enldearvors to'dran- public attea tion to thie preearilus state of thie roads throughl and towards Jeamberoo. I give himi credit for his impbrtunoity, as by such means.may gobod andl usofitul-things are ob taised; bit irs there lins been nothingr said about tlhe roads in this part of thie district, I would suggest that the gentlemen author isced to expoud the moiey should, after lir:ving extamined the'sloirughs, &c., on the Jtunaberoo part, direct their steps to Gor. riuagong, for, byigo doiug they woald'gain ii kirowledge of-whieli plliece required tire g-reatest amount of outlay and assistance in rheir judicious airru ,ngereut of expetditure. Mrany of your ieaders tard ,urare there are Several places betwe...
THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
S THE GARDEN. IT is a disappointment to intelligent visi tors to ourt district tofind howlittle is done for its improvement in the way of arbori culture and horticulturc--the cultivation of trees and gardens. In this respect the " happy homes" whicli Mr. Parkes, says are so mudh more nuimerous hero than in most otlher parts of the colony differ very much from "the happy homes of England. The .existouce of some few well kept and flourishing gardens in Kiama and its neigha bourhood suffices to show to whalt an indc finite extent the place might be improved in beauty and attractiveness if the example of some of our? townsmen who mihlt be easily named ivere more generally followved. We hear much of the adaptation of-this town for the purposes of a- watering-place and sanatorium; but it is hardly necessay. to point out hlow much;more it would be to the taste of the luxurious inhabitants of the metropolis, if it bore a few more tracesof -thd exercise of good taste, and if the gene rality ...
KIAMA CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
Krar Cstosis.- His Excellency tlohe Goverihor, with the advice of thnoEecutive, has prcsentcd Mr. H. Connell, jun. with the appointment of olicer of cutonms for the Port of Kiam, and instructions to do. mand from every ship or vessel entering the harbour the sum of sispence for every ton .registor of such vcesselor or ship. Tho tonnage dues from sailing craft to bo paid onco in four months, and from overy steamer once in two months, irrespective of the number of trills made.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
0coMMER1wAr 'tNT1, -I"A "lN 1. - KIAMA STF1.OtA WI011 aip MUs. LIFTOFj B PRIICESR. £ ·!. d. Suporfino silk-drossod Flir, pelr toli 2! 10 0 Do., por 100 lb.i '..... . . ,1 10 0 Becond flour, pur ditto ............ 1 8 ( tIaizo Flour, per ditto ............ 0O 13 0 Maizo, per bushel ............. ... 0 4 Orushed I alz . lier hb:t .hel ........ " " io Dnran nild Pollard, ditto ' ..... :. i ,1 5 gii Wheat and A11itl iJurchn:ed finS ciash, or taken iix exchango for hiSln, ,or glist gr'l.ht lug. y J. 'SHAtIP ; SIONS." July 19, 186. . -" . "-:
UNCLAIMED LETTERS LYING AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE. LIST No. 12. General Post Office, Sydney, 15th June, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
UNOLA.IMED LETTERS LYING AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE. LAsT No. 12. General Post Ollice, Sydney, 15th June, 1864. Parties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post Ollico, are requested to gixo the correct numbor of the letter, Las also the date and iumber of the list in whichtheo y may have 'observed their names, as such reference will nuaterially facilitate delivery. Parties in the country mso~g written applications, in additioni to ihe forinor particulars, are requested to state wliorothey expoct their letters from, anid any other information tending to provent an unnecessary trasmission of letters. 5 Fliiin, Corls., Wollongong . 10 Love Hugh, Wollongong 06 tees John, WVollongong 122 3ishiull 11.., Wollongong 11 IHamilton MIiss, Wollongong 12- Hamilton 1'., Wollongong 13 Hamilton Gee. IH., Esq, Wollongbng. :50 Haydon L., Gerringong .. 52 IHayes Wm., Wollongong 80 Hobbs Thos.,-]Burwood. 130 H-yland Gee., Milton 6 Irving James, Wollongohg 20 Johnston A. W., Esq., Milton 20 K...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
SYDNEY MABlICETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday lust re port as under: £ s. d. £ s. d. Flour, first; per ton .. 28' 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do., Secoils, per ton .. 25 0 0 :. 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .. 0 11 6 .. 0 12 0 Bran per bushel of20 lb 0 L 8 ..0 0 0 Biscoit,.Cabin, per 1001bs 1 -15 0.. 0 0 0 Ditto, Navy ,.. .. 1 0. 0 . '0 0 3renad, per 21b loaf . 0. 0.0 7 . 0. .0 :0 Oaten hay, per t .. 0. 7 0 .. 0 8. 6 Grass .. .. . .. 0 7 0 .. 0 0 Lucerne .. .. .. O 0 C .. 0 7 B Straw .. .. .. O 5 0 .. 0 5 6 Bark, per do. .. 0.. 0 ' . 0 5 0 Oats, per do. .. .. "0"3 : 6 .. 0 4-0 Barley, per do .. .. 0 3 0 ..0 83 6 Maiizo, (new) per do ... 0 4" 3 .. 0.4 6 ,, (old) .. 0 4 6 .. O00 .0 Green stuff pr dozcn .. 0 0 10 .. 0 1 0 Baef, perlb .. .. 0 0.0 ..0 0 1 Calves .. 0 12 0.'. 0 25 .0 7Milch Cows notminial Mutton, per do .. .. 0 02 .. 0 31 Pork per do .. .. .0 5 .. 0 0 '6 Veal, per do .. .. 0 3' . 0':0 ' Lamb, per qr. .. .. 0 ' .. O ' 6 Fowls, per couple .. 0 . o 4 6 Ducks, per do. .. .. 0':4 6.'.. 0: 0 Ducks,...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
ICIAMA P'OLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 10. (Before Miessrs. Hindmnarsh, iobb, and .',; J.P's.) MAoIsnorTESrAL, enquiry into the circum stances connected with concealmeunt of birth by busan Carter, somn time servant to Mi r. lobert Bryou, Gerringong, at the insauncoe of the Attorney-General. This ease was adjourned until Thursday (this day), in consequence of the non-atton dance of a material wituoness, Mlrs. Miary Lee. On senior-constable Young provin?g the service of summons a warrant was isu sued for her appearance on. the 21st in stant. Mr. W. Curry, hotel-keeper, Jamberoo, applied to the ench for permission to lhaver music at a private party in his licensed public house, 1'ermission granted.
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
SYDNEY MARI? KET'' PRIOES. Maizo (now)-3s to 3Ss (d pr busllcl ,, (old)-4s GAdto oa per ditto Barloy, itIaltiig-2s Gd to Os' Od per biusheil. Ditto, Oapo---2s Gd to Os' 0d ilitto Oats-s 0d Gto 3S 6d ditto Bran-tls 4dto Is Gd ditto - Flour--lst, £28 to £30 per toni Ditto, 2nitt-£21 to £23 ditto HIay, Lucornio-£ Os to £8 0s diitto Ditto, Oatoii-£G to £10 dtitto. Potatooes, hiqme grownl--3s to'4s pior cwt in,, importcd--os to 6s por ditto Onions--10s to 18s--if saotild Dnttorl-d to.Is--still very dill. Honiy-od to Gd. Bacon--Gd to 7d ditto Ohoosc--d to'fd ditto . ggsl--10d to Is 01 por doz.. Fowls--as 6d to 4s 0d per coiuple Ducks--Ss 0d to os Gd per ditto Turkcys--So to 1)s ditto" Calvos-8s to 1?a Pigs-rd to 4d pcr lhb Hides--s td'o10s each Tobacco Coloiial, ISd 'to Is 6 . .'.GRAHAM & GEULHt)LLAND, King'striot Wost, Sydniy. July 15, 1501..