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KIANDRA. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
IANDRsA. Monday, 6 p.m. Two blusirangers,."ere cleverly arrested: at Seymour's, Adaminably, by constable Saunders and Morton. The bushrangers were remanded, charged with the murder of Selloy andBonnetin Victoria, in Novem ber last. ' The Victdrian Government of. fered £100 reward for the capture of these two men. SoMETHIN ,LIKE A LOVa !-"Amelia, for thee-yes, at thy. eommand-I'd tear this eternal firmament in a thousand frag ments: I'd gather the stars, one by one, as they tumble from the regions of ethereal slace, and put them inmy trousers pocket ; Id 'pluck the sn', .that oriental god of day, that traverses the blue arch of heaven in such majestic splendour-I'd tear him from the sky, and quench his bright oeiflgonce in the fountain of my eternal love for thee I Lend me five shillings, dearest I" DUisoNG the past nine years 3109 lives have been saved by the lifeboats of the Na tional Institution and thosetbbolonging to the local bodies, and 2096 by the rocket and mortar apparatus....
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
COMMEROIA.T 'INTE hLTGINOICE.' KIAIMA STE.I [ l FLOUR MII S.*I; S . *" . LIST OP ",1C1. ' 0 ..' " . s. .. . -'. '... ic . ' £ a. ":J Superfi sillnsUkahrosd IFlour, pscrtoil 2 10. 0 Do., p ir'100 LIi;. .....;.... 110 .0 Second flour; prt ditto ........ ;.:. 1 8' (i MIaiza Floivr; pur ditto ....0......';. 0 13 0 Maize, per bushol ...........;.... .0 i Croshed Mlaize per bushlel- ........ 0 0 Bran and Pollard, ditto ........ O 1- 9 • Whloat:Rand Maizo purchased t'ar cash, or taken in oeichango for flour, or grist gri!td lJ. SIIARPE s& SONS. * July-27, 1864 . . " ,' ., '
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. FORBES. Saturday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
TELiEGRAPH.Il INTELLIGENCE. AIIIaIDOED reoe Tie sbnDi DALy P.APEPR.1 Foiu'.s. Saturday, 5 p.m. IT is now known that the floods have been from six to lifteen inches higher at several stations within the plast week than in the great flood of' 1844. Mfrs. A. IBowler and ltr children were, with dlificulty, conveyed from Wialla Walla to i safe. place, the water running over the bed of the dray. Several squatters in the neighbourhoood were driven to the. nearest high land, and compelled to renain for days without pro visions. The water about Forbes is lower, but the river is still bank high.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
S SYDNEY M.iARKETS.,. The.Sydniey papers of Saturday last re port as under: S . £ s. d. £ . d. Flour, first, per tol .. 28 0:0 to 0 0 0 Do., Seconds,.per ton .. 25 0' 0 .. 0 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .. O 11 6 ...012 0 Bran per.bushel of201b 0 1 85.. 0 0 '0 Biscuit, Cabin, per 1001b1 '15 0 0 .: 0 0 Ditto; Navy .. .. ' 1 6 0 .; 00 0 Broad, per 21b loaf .'. 0 0 . 7:.0 0' 0 Oaten hay, per cwt .. 0' 7 6-.. 0: 9 0 Gri~ss .. .. .. 0 0 ..0 0 0 Lucerne .. .. .. 0 7-6 .. 0 8 0 ,,-Sta-.,.. .. . . 0 .. 0 5 6 Bark, per do. .. .. 0 4 .. 0 5 0 Oats, per do. ..' :. 0. 3 6:. 0 4 0 Barley, per do . .. 0 3 0... 0 3 6 aiize, per do .. .-. 0 4 0 .. 0 0 Grben stuff per dozen'.. 0: 010 .. 0 1 0 Calrces . 10 0 ..-0 25 0 MIilch Cows .. ... 0 0 .. s8 0 * ef per lb. ;. .. 0 0 0O .. O 0 lA Mtutton, per do'.. .. 0 3 .. 0 0 3,t Porkper do .. .. 0 0 5 .. 0 0 "h Veal, per.do .. .., 0 3 .. 0 0'4 Lamnb, per qr... .. 0 I 0 .. 0o 5 . Fowls, per couiple .. 0 3 6 .. 0 4 6 Ducks, per do. .. .. 0 4 0 .. O' 4 Ducks, wild,[cr ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. iMaize (now)-3s to 3s Gd pr boushli ,,. (old)--s.Gd to as per ditto Barloy, aIhlting--2s Gd to Os'Od per boslcel. Ditto, Capd-2os 6d to 0.- 0d ditto Oats-is 0d to 3s 6d ditto Bran-is 4d to ls 6d ditto Flour-lst, £28 to £30 per ton Ditto, 2ld--.£2 td £28 ditto Hay, Lucorne-£6 Os to £8 Os ditto Ditto, Oaten-£G to £1Oditto Polatoas, homne grown-3s to 4s per cwt , importedl-5s to 6s per ditto QOions--10s to 18s--if sound Biutter-9d to 1s-still very dull. Honey-5d to Gd Bacon--d to 7d ditto Ohese-5-d to 6d ditto Eggs-10d to 1s 0d per doz. Fowls-3s Ga to 4s Od.per couplo Ducks-3s Od to 3s Gd per ditto Turkays--8s to 15s ditto Calves-8s to 15s Pigs-3d to 4d per lb Hides-4s to 10seachl Tobacco, Colonial, Is 3d-to Is l(i GRAHAMt & dI ULHO(LLAND, King-street West, Sydney. July 18, 18644.
ULLADULLA. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
ULLADULLA. (FRO31 OUR CORRESPONDENT.) COUR'T OF PETTY SESSIONS, JULY 19:0 (Before D. Warden, P. II. Sheaffe, R. Secombo, and J. Kendall, Esqrs.) TeF only case of public interest was the following: Peter Wcaring v. W. W. Ewen.-This was to recover the sun of £4 10s., amount charged by defenrdant for three months' rations supplied to plitintif, his hired ser vant. The circumstances as sworn by the plaintiff were. as follows: Wearing and several members of his family were ]hired by Mir. ].wen for 30s. per wreek and three rations. They were in the first instance employed' at that gentleman's farm at Woodstock ; but afterwards, one member of the family, a youth of sixteen, was re moved to the Croobyar Farln, and in place df one ration was boarded in the kitchen. Plaintiff contended that what the boy got was nothing to him, and claimed according to the letter of the agreement, the wages and three rations as due to him, notwith standing his son being fed at the other farm, saying, as the yo...
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
STOCK REPOrT." Fat Cattle.-A still further advance is no tioceable in this market. Primo heavy bul locks are briiging from £4 10s to. £6 10s, and prices, seem likely to remain at this quotation for a few?weckks. - .. F.at Sheep.-The firmness in the market re ported last week continues,.and primo flocks are in good request at advanced rates; for 56 lb.'wathors 18s. mightbe obtained, and pro p'ortionatoly lower rates for inferior qualities. Storo Sheep-But few enquiries--holders unwivilling to dispose of them at this advanced season. Store Cattle.---There is an increasing de manid for this class of stock;. I could readily place from: 2000 to 3000, if the price asked wore reasonable. Horses.-There is nothing now to report in this market. The price of forageothis season very materially affects the supply of horses, which, if brought down here, would have to Sbe'fed on hlay -Milch Cows.-For good, well-bred cattle, long prices can be obtained d: but inferior arc almost unsaleable at anyth...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
MIISCELLANEOUS. .Ai OUTRAGEOUS lRUFFIAN.-An extra ordinary series of atrocities have just been committed by a labouring man named Boyeldieu,rcsiding at Brameeourt (Somme). lie bad been recently condemned to three months' imprisonment for all indecent assault, and the mayor oftlhe commune was three days back charged to order him to proceed to Amiens to undergo the punishment. Iloyeldieu, on being sum moned before that functionary to receive tile communication, drew from his pocket a pistol loaded with shot, and discharged itat the i: ayor's head. The latter raised his arm instinctively, and received in it tha reater part of the charge, one hshot only ging his face below the eye. The man being rendered furious by the crime which he had just committed, proceeded to the residence of his father, with whom he had for some time before been on bad term? and attempted to murder him also by shooting him with his pistol. The old man was ill bed at the moment, and on seeing hiis son approach ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
TIHE BN EP) DENT"i GEfRAL PRINTING OFFIC ; MARKET SQUARE, 'IA' ". T IIE PROP1RIETORSb eg to' inform tlho Public of J:mlieroo?' Gorrilngong; Shoal haven, &c.; &c., that' theirj. 01ice is replete with every. dcscriptiofli 'f `host modern.d i Which onables them to execute )wv?r in a style eqoal, to any othcr oflice ?in the Coliiy, witi the otlmost accuFracy and despatch . Plain and Ornanentl ttl Printing, ' i veory" arioty aild style, inclding PandphldJts. La- f orms, , .Catalogues ,,ý insaess Cireuliars Societics' Itfles abl Reports. Posters IiIllhends' l hithBilslc' .l3iisiadsO Cards" " rloinis tea Leases Agreexo heoy .hope, by ?aodlcratoe chaggeso iiqataens adl-acurncy, In ,the .xecditioi of'tloiri.work,o witll pulectuality, i coinipletigi oriders, to' so. ertli sa hir of pablic pitotiagte.," i,0 In terms of the presentpcstal arrange iments, P tiiting esia be, forwairild' to an part of tlie colony. at'a 'merely;nomuait rate of postage .: - T'he INDEPENDENT is poablis...
FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
PINEc ARTS.-We wish to draw attention to the advertisement in which Mr. C. J. Morris, photographic artist informs the public of miama that he is about to visit this locality for the purpose of taking por; traits and sketches by means of that admi rable process which science has now brought to such perfection-the process of photo graphy. Mr. Morris, it appears, Is em ployed to furnish views of the scenery, &c:, of this country for the Illustrated London News: and this, circumstance furnishes no small argument as to Mr. Morris's compe tency and ability as a photographer. lIhe opportunity will probably be an excellent one to enable.our Aottldis to send to their friends " at homo" viows'of the homesteads which they occupy and of the scenery which surrounds them in Austrhlia, as well as their owni or their childrens' portraits. On the other hand, if Mr. Morris can spend a few days.with a competent guide in seek ing for romanticand picturesque landscapes, lie will have no difficul...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
KIAMA COURT OF IREQUESTS. TUESDAY, JULY 26. (Before Meossrs. Fry, flindmacsh, Marks, Colloy, Moles, Chapman, Kendall, 3iller, and Charles, J. P's.) IRVING V. . . -. OWEN. Tnms' case was adjourned from last Court of requests, in consequence of an ap-. peal to the Supreme Court on the part of i Mr. Owen, against the decision of the Bench in a previous case. A letter from Mr. Irving, who resides in Sydney, to the Clerk of the Court, was handed to their Worships, stating that the -appeal in the, Supreme. Court would dot .come - on for: hearing until Friday next,, audits the case iad-been' adjourned 'for that decision, his coming down would be useless. Mr. Owen argued that in consequence of the aon-attendance of Mr. Irving, the ease should be struck out. Mr:. indmarsh wahs of opinion that having adjounecd the case once at the sug gestion of Air., Owen, they were in duty .bound to do the same for Ar. Irving. Adjourned until next Court of Requests. Matth'ew Joyce, late of. Jamberoo, but no...
BEAU MONDE DRINKS OF WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
BEA1 0 MONDE DaNi ks or WA5Ibi5NoTO. --I'he subjoined is a listi of-" drinlis" to bo obtained at one of the most celhbrated biir' of Wasliiigton. - Spirituous Consolhtioil, Ladies' Blush (orignial name of Cocktail), B3riasdy Sonis, Old Julep, Morniing Glory, Etlier.real. (old and dry); Tippoeh'moe, San garoe, Do Posearife, Mount iEtia,' Cocktail Dipped, Old Sod Cooktail, Coiistitutioual Knouot-nothinig Cobler, Chiuspagno r rap sco (for dinnuoi paities), Wedding Night, Sto miachor,e Loal Lish,' Strlawberry Sminsh, Atlntid Cabld, Islanid of Cutba (fOs ladies), Railhoad..Smansh, Tilio soi; Off, Monitor, Chiuiii'sgne Blush, Tii:ehlv o'Cloclk.(ve?y swee t) Puise Champigno?e on. drainklt, Manind Liiquor La Cobler (oxceedhi.ly fine.) Tlhose prspritions, aro "put in sinll or liarigioidoses, sind wairanted to'p a thoiusanidyeais. 'rint g by the i'roprietors u. W Kiaoa and II. JUns, and 'llslbsl, ed by th lla s tlhe IanEEarese ' ll?aerl " Prihlihg Olco,, arltetSquare, Kiaman. JUILY 28, 1801.<...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 July 1864
ýA nu3,oUn appears to. be current in.' po litical circles" in tie metropolis, to the effect that the Ministry are -preparin" to lay be fore Parliament, on its iro assembling, a measure for the establishnidiit of Provincial Councils, to which it is proposed to relegate certain functions of government. It has been,added (weo suppose iro.nically) that the Ministry intend to stand or fall by: the measure in. question. Considering what shifts Mr. M.aviR and". his :colleagues adolited during the last sessibon in order to stand, and'to dvoid falling from their official height, the public will, doubtless; be slow to believe in the resolution of.those gentle men to link their " amibl'e oxisten'c" in separably with this pariticular measure i but should it prove to lie of a well-con sidered and statesman-liked character, its authors may yet, perhaps,. earn the reputa tion of having deserved n?ell of -their country. -What is likely3 to be the nlature and' what the provisious Lof the ministerial...