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FACETIÆ. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
FACETIE. a A FEELINs rEPL.M-lGton was asked hy a friend, ~'ihether he would instr.it:his daughters in.the different languages;: to' whlich he replied, "No, sir, one.tongue is? efuicient for a woman." - zRe?roar , bIsFoniTs?UM s.s-A 3?jabe shaiving a thlin faced man, put his finger nto his;mouth, to push out the hllow.,of. his cheek, and happening toi make alili 'c~t'lhrough .the poor fellow's face'.'O, curse your lantern saws," cried thd barlbr, I've cutmy finger. REASON \YtY VWOMEN HAVE NO IBEARIS. '0,tuee, rgnalrul of the basitg raece, . ]'lnteds io berd upon a womanes ace; Oito~ 'eotkseoa' oasis, tiioulb ttr 557r~ best, Could shbae a ,hln'that neer Is at ert' ' . OBLncI?on.- Angry. man to cbon obppp n?ont: "You'll cdne toth'o .gallows :some day. Cool oi6e: "5T ith leoasur,'if, .ll let me kno whlien yotu areato le hiainged.'' . A Ya?NKR?E'made a bet wit ' i'Dtoiiiithi.i that he could swallow him. The Dutch-' man lay down on the table, and thb.;Yan kee, taking his big too .in his m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
'THlE "DEDEPENDENT' I' I3r IROmPiETOtS bog to inforio tlim i ' iP liu of J'inil roo,' Geri gii o n? .Sl hol haven, & c.?." tlit tholi 00iccs is.olloto with every deitiption obf the ihostinmodern; Pt.\x a Ne A wNan TyrE, BohDEns, &&lt;C, Whilh ienales tlmm to exceute work in a stylq. eual" to.any othera ollice :intlo .Colooy, with: the utmot aceuricey anRd despaatcl. Pheii and" Ornanntfial" Priiiting ;in eypry' aridty and 'style; ilncluding- -, Paliphlelts' Law Fonls i Catalogluen Business Giralarso SSocieties':RIles Lalsbols Roepoits:. -. " , Posteros -illhlieads H?and Bill$3,1 ."lusioeh s Oards l. .Promiisory Notes' Leases Agrcimeats They Ihope, biy moderte cihargejs, ,oietncess andaccuracy in the 'exceution of their worik, witli plinctalsity in completilng ordersa,to so Core a share of pilhli patroingo.. • ?FIn terms of the poresent postal arrange-: mlcits, 1Printing can lie;forwardedlt to aiy.part of the 'colony at a nmerly,, noinial..rate of postage. The ...
EVERY ONE IN HIS OWN WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
EVERnY O? s ow I W 1 t Y.--" TWhat, no farthcr P" said the minute-hand to .the hour-hand of the timo-piece. " Why, I have beent all round tlhe dial since we parted; and there are you, just one figure from the pIlae where I left you." " And yet I have done as much work in the time as you have," answered thle hour-hand. " -Low do you make that out '?" asked the other, as he adr ainced to pass O;im. " So," was the reply. " Your journea' all round, and mine fronm figure to ilgure, are each an ahour's value; all are not able to arrive at the sano counclusions with the samelln ease and readiness. ltnt this is no fault on either side; only they who talcv, heierse .tlhey are always il a bustle, tleit Lhey aLre doing the work of the whol.' world, ore mnistaiketn, and plumle ttlellls?\et s oi ill illt pIortanlle and sulperiorits hI s o liIans belongingto tohem. If eiou ssre t,..'re. p likd nmle, tihe dvay would Ilst InolLdIv lii nows how long; anttif I were to gaIhI like you, it would be over...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
IT will not, w?e imaginecvery soon becomn. unuecessary or suporfluous to inv;ite thie at tention .:of aettlors.i t este or any otlher rural districts of -thb colony, to the culti vasion of such iprodiucts as there is good reason to regard as adapted to the soil and cliaiate of the colntry, anid tihe cireiam-. stances of its inhabitants, but which h]avo not, -for whatevor reasons,: yet received michl general atitcitio~i. We wnore gratified it receis-ig, shortly befors we ent to tdprois last week; a spe cimen of cottonr grossi- at Slhoalhaven, which our correspondepflit ther. forwarded to. us with his usual communication. To seec cotton grovwn in such a district as Shoal hIaven could, indeed' uiterrise nobody. Under existing circuimstaiinccs in rclatidn to the demand for thait product, it might -alinost appoits to the ;isiqtor~in that fine lo-' cality:to be strageoorag r sighI t on. the.part of the settlers there tlist' cotton is niot grown to as groat i:n exntent Ls: maize. Some ofth...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
WEEKLY aAL'NDAR. D;ys of tliu 7V~look Suflj uln~t ,I, LSIAY ... y./ 1 .. 7 6015 7 17 I[DU 7......... ,, 2 0 5 8 16 SAL.7'1DAY . ,,"- 7 6 8: 8 19 SUND~Tio 70;1 B' TIJ6SDAI"....... I 7 1 5 ,10 2i 5 ,?II)NESD?Y... ,,' 7 i 1 5i 11 2i .IJA~.MA INDEPENDD NT. IJTU BDAY, JULY 21, 18b4.
THE MORMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
T.HE IMORMON. TILL following little extract thlrows:a light upon some of the agrcoalblc pceu liarities of the Imprmons, which, accord ing to one's taste nmust make time reader chalirmed or disgusted. If:one wife is such a caution to sonme men, we should litke to be initiated into the secrets by which Mri Brigham Young manages to keep seventy in order:-A MIormon Exc-' cutioner.i-Poter Rockwell is a iiman whom my readers must hIave heard of in crveiy account of fearlessly executed mnassacre committed in Utah during the last thir teen years. He is thie chlief of the Dan ites-a band of saints who possess the monopoly of vengeance upon Gentiles and apostates. If a MoriinOi tries to sneak off to Califorinia by night after converting his property into c:lsh, their knives lhavre thie inevitable duty of chang ing his destination to another state, and bringing back his goods into the Lord's treasury. Their bullets are the oies which find tlhecir unerring way through thie brins of external ene...
CALL TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
CALL' TO: MOR1OW. . .(Freom thc Northerss 'gus.) ONE 'r'uHaolis' -of n'o, mean ,noto .do.d olared that h.eoijoyed a satisfactibn i e?h in the contemplation of his:debts, that as long as"l6' bowed-anything somo'one muest havie an interoestlin hii; hnd: that itmnilmde hiim-lin:h 6bje't"'of 'solicitude. '-Aiblthor; tiat'ist killed eii ',liu and afforded siipd'foir tho? iocrcisd of his ingciiiiityin alcnilating clhances,. &e.,anid baiflig ,tlih.e6nomyain outmanonuvring a " dun!'-whileo others: conti'cot thlni :instinctively---tra?inittod: as ian; hereditary taint-or, as Paddy says, '"Slitro 'it nruns in 'tlhe bloodd, y~'o. bhonior." All ieo. sincerely wish is; 'tlhat it niwould un out of it is fast as possible. WVoe amro in ,possession of an eirtac'c fibom the diary .of a Rockhauipton collector,: and .publish it for .tle, bnefic t :of -our readers;: as a sign of .the times, and illus-. trative of the state of :the:: inoneyo. inarkc:t" :' "' - limEMS io or, CoLErTsoon C.Ballcd Mi...
MAILS BY THE BOMBAY. General Post Office, 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
MAILS L.BYTTE BORBAY. Gonermal Post Olibe, 12th May.-. The iMails by thl o Pninisular anid Oriental Steam,. -Ni·igatioli Coospany's steamer IIOMIAY,: wiill bs made up.at i this oflice on i'IR[DAY; thle 2lid instant, ati .a.mn., for all lotters not addressed .to tie Untied King do!m, :Ltad Iti a.mt. tfor all letters so addressed. Newspapers most be postqdl oie lihoi befor the letters, i.e:,.at 8 atild I)0 a.m. respetively. The folloting ,omails. vill.bo dispatched: To the Unitodl Kihgdo':o; via MIairseilles and Sootltompton. To Fra?es alnid otlier Contti nettal Status (ii a closod:intiol to France.) To tihe Northlern co? tiles bf Ekiiope, via (wlhn tn:trkod) Triesta. To OAll?ro?nr , Tasmania, Adelaide, Westeiri Australia,';lautitits, Suez, Altextadriai, If:ltt, Aden,Oos adras: Calcoutta, Bl:nbay; Ocylon. sB:ttavias Sitgalior, ;Manila, Chini, tloUtptsof:tboedLlte piand St. elIclna.; RIegisterdtl letters, -inot ciirodsssed to the United Kinigdom, will not beiseelived after 3.3:10 Ip.m....
MISCELANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
M*ISOELAlNEOUS. OnTaiN or BaaDY.-iBrandy began to be distilled in France about tile year 1S343, but it was preparcd only as a medi ciune, and was considered as possessing such mnirvellous strengthsening powers tLhat the pilysicians termed it Eous de Vie; " Water of life," a name it retains, though now rendered, by excessiove potations, onoe of life's most powerful ind prevalent de stroyers. laymnond Lully, a disciple of Arnold de Villa Nova, considered this admirable essence of wine to be an ema tion froan the Divinity, and that it was inltended to reanimate and prolong the lifo of man. Hid even thought that the time had arrived for tile cosummation of all thilgs--the end of ihe world. Before the true meanos of detoriniing the quality of alcohol iu.spirits wore Iknown the dealers were in the habit of employ ing a very rude method of forming a notion of thoe strength. A given quantity of spirits was poured uipon a quantity of gunpowder, in a dish, and set'dn fire. Itf at the end of c...
GARDENERS CALENDAR. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
GtUADENEl S :GA6LEhND A)R. l'r1L?.--Wbot, b~,rtly .~ ,l'ot, ,,, hu" bo.st=,; t,,i? , tullnd May are the prper Ihojuntb. I' hu Iuerw 'ou sow tluimore seed will b q:riqulred. Fkild peasnd heuns muy still be sown..SO Wulas, broall uwnus ear rots, nlover, lienn nn nod ail kiulr ot'unrots usds. Top :treospostuiko. -l.Opotre -lund fur nmolzu alud tobhonu erop. Sow tobnacu at ond of tolth ill su n[ll eed eds, anulproteclomrn n frot.wlilth.bshs., lUotatoUS oluny bo -own for eaily urop l annrn loalltilos. 'Vlns uuRo.-Cooltlaue prtilnin' villus, ulvOUrlnplhn tile. soiltnreparing stones...P,'lt cuttinull nald rooted loins.' "plnu or.Ununr :?Ohvm~al.\nn--Gtller late apples'/rod i)L·3r. • Colmmence ?i.tlhrlng oangup and ot mons.o :unl Proplannt aIl kinds eof uerreoen nod dclcidus.Tnfruit trnes, sirawberries, raspberriesur, . AttLuodI tddOnp dlluaip nod aniuring. P'rueun woith .luk tnifeiat o nro hui t i roes woitihot delny.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
Oiu tu it I nMARREED.. On th 1th inst., at Panbula, b Ry the Rev. W. Dron, Mr. I1ugh Colley, of M[uslkfield, (iamn, tfo Mary, daughter of the late D. M1'Kaly, E.q..Wallondiily, Meolnro.
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
RAILWAY AUOTION DEPOT. The followiing are the prices olmtamnd i- s.d . s mil Calves . .. 6 0 .. 38 : 0: Lambs .. ; 15 0 to 17. Pigs .. ".. 1.:· 0 .. 0600 I Rastorm ...-, ...: P ;. S 6? Fowls : . Ducks . .. 0 .. 0 Oouso ", . ·.":,'.i9'· : 9 ','' Torose .. : 70 .;0. 9:'0 Uettcr, roll,;; ". " :'0' ..: : t Duttcr,kceg.. 0 ;:' .810. 010 Chcso: ,;. 0 .;.:0 0.. 0:6" Eggs' ?.. '. !0".9"'.1 1 l' Bacon. .'.'0 o : 0 7 Hams : ... 0 7..0O10 Hides .. .. 6 0 .. 2 1 0 Sheopskins .. .. 2 ,' . 2:10 Tallow, p6r cwt .. 2 ?0 ;..28 0 Hay: Oaton, lier cwt.;: s to 8s d; ]ucomrne Rs ; Strw, 4s. to spercwt. ;.. F. P. AfEASES.
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
'STOCK E~PORlT. Fat cattle-Tlho upward tendency in this market reported last week lhas been fully confirmed. Prime bullocsks are?worth £4 to £4 10s ;secoild class from £3 to £dl'0s. I have sold 100 head of Clislolm's at £3 10s, delivery taken on the station. Fat sheep-'This market is firm, and prices decidedly bettor; if the wet weather continue, it must have a material influence oin sales, as also the increased price of beef, the lowness of which Ias'greatly depressed the sheeoop market for sonie time past. Stord Cattle and Seeoop-Very few inquiries and lut" little business ' doing in. these descriptions of stock. Tihe demand for cattle for deliveiy in Gipps' land still continues, but no transactions can boequoted. Ieorscs-Thlis market, remains as Iast reported. " * * * - Milch cows romain at last quotations ;,prino are in demand at £5 to £8; for inferior, prices arc merely nominal. .. , , Troil?sO' Dowsoe. .. Post-ollico Chambers, July 19. ,
LABOR REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
LABOR REPORT. W ages, with rationi.or board and lodging, sper list: S . per alllum. 1Iarrild cooiple, fo dairy: ari -ai oultoralwork].. :f o £40 to £QO Single farminog ilnh.... ;. . 0 to 60 dairymen';.. :::....... 28 to 38 Baush labourers for cleaning .... 30 .to 35 IHorse or bullock drivers':... 30 to 40 Useful boys, to mlill or tail cattle 20 to 25 Domestic tlonialdo sorvants ...... 0 to. 26 Diry vnidn..... . 20 to 24 J. C. tGLUl, Laboii i Agont, 12, Pitt-strect, S3 lcydy.- ________
LITERATURE. WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
LITERATURE. 17IV E.S L~.teN is isid. to goliy contrries.: -This is jiust 'oue of' thoseo mischievous lidlf truths which ciiseo a :grloat deal of un happiness.. It is quite true tlihat a iean is oftoe enaimoured of qualities di sintri cally opposite to his own. Familiarity with lhis own habits of thought and tone of feeliiig brdeds a certain sort of con temipt for hiinsmlf. I:t is:rilif-tooescape fiom the s.bnbtony of rc'trospetiost. A charliector statmped with none of.thb feo-. tures of:his? own oxcites curiosity sohd in terest. It..is.like exchanging the cweari noss of a thrieiiCtold tald for a :fresh and piqjiunt' pined .inithe book of hutman na thro.. Gulshing shoolgiirls, when they yield to this fiseination, ca oit it "nicting tleisi fatoe." "ut ilhe nattrial teidd~ndy toinadmire Iosest ini others th'o qualities wantig i. ohesilf is too often pushed to a dalngerous oxtremo. It -isivaguely sup posd by:mly mythait'dissimiihirity of clh-' racdtder nd tastes must, s a'a mattbr of co...
THE MOONS INFLUENCE ON VEGETATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
THE MQOON'S INFLUENCE ON rEECTATIO N (Froct Gleony's Gordelo Alminasic.) WVE do not 'profess astrology, .nor "study the staris,'-but soobinb ydahrs ago weo knew a very clever mnn who:'did so, and he fur nislhed us with sonic Popul..i, niotions about the-moon's :influence that were likely to interestgardeners. Our alma nck for 1848 offered, as we thoughlt, an excellont opportunity for commsunicating them: to 50,000 readors, and,it.was in do mennd for years aftoer it had been all sold. .At the request of insny who hve only loeard it talkod ? of, o.we givo the articleo. entire,, fd :i;'t .s inearly ten years sincoit was published, anid will be new to many. At the osatise time, we hog it may bo'understood ,that we offer np opinion of our own.;:?wo miy, hlowevef, give thet opinion and psctico:of..the late MIr. Hlopwobd, of Twickels:h ,' a nursory man of great exeriioene--filmec d ,b6io all things for his stocks. He niight as easily lave.bcen persuadeddto fill his mouth full bf cold water...
AGRICULTURAL TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 July 1864
AGRICULTURAL. TOfAOl ",O :, (Fia tlh eisil ) eia TEbhistory of th. ?,rwts aindnianufiat. of tobacco in thu:Audtraliii colonies up to the-present timeo has;: been much thla siimen as that oF the vi rie and wi b-mali ng. Neither can:b h 'ai?' to'jhstly cloini thu rank .of an 'ibsoluto suacess, but. with boti the progress. lioso been? o egreat ms to warraint us in bclieviug that tho chantc of ultimato failure is very slight. No one :doubts theo: eminncut adapti bility of thie Austrilian soil and.climate for gr.ow ing both ines iiand tobacco of firs.t-i-ate quality... The grneat remainiing difiiculty is simply so to priepare tlie produce as to enable it,. witi the ,present considerable protectioni of freight, commnission, and duty; to compet:e witlr and supersede the inported.article. Like, miost novel impeortationso the flomirishifig plant nieotians haIs shot up amnongst us to its presentdimecnsions from a few scattered seeds. In a region wvhere evdry other: .-male:- inhabitant smokes ...