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ADELAIDE. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
D ELAIDEl. Tuesday Evening. A great many Chinese are leaving for Sydney .by the lav-ilah, steaCner," which sails on .Friday. Quiotations of wheat and flour unmdtered --little ollbring. Thursday, 7 pan. There hias been ino'e inquiry both for flour and wheat, to-d?a thann for some time Vast- Flour was sold at .C13; for wheat holders ask Cis. :d. at the port. Copper has risen, the present price is :CD0 per ton. Friday, 7 p.m. Accounts from the difbrent nmininig dis tricts are very satisfactory. A lire broke out at Port Adelaide, by which much L property was destroyed. Several parcels of" best flour was sold to day at ;113. 'heatl, 5s. dd. it thle Port. Prime cattle sell alt high rates. Best bul locks, 11; second, 7 10os. ; prime whethers, 17s. to 18s,
MELBOURNE. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
1M1cLOUecNE. Tuesday night.' A large meetiug was hiold to cxpress sym pathy for the Poles, and a cotmmittee was atppiluted to receive snhseriptions it tid of the sick tand relict' flind. The Nortlham, steamer, cannot come up to-night, the weathelr being foggy andl frosty. She has not yet been sighted. An address has been received from General 3Burgoyne, recommending sloro battleries for outr protecton in prelfrenco to Iloating batteries. In the Assembly, MTr. 1M'Adam gave notice tllat hie should more for £1000 to be ýplaced upon tihe Estimates for' th best Eossay of Australian Exploration. Thursday, 8 p.m. Last nighlt, in the Assembly, the debate on tile Land Act Atmlendlaenlt Bill was ad journed to Fridy, after a studied speech from Mr. Dully in reply, to Mr. beales, and a careftil staltemenit of the case by lMr. I-Hginbotlhmn. ''o-night thflltouse counted out, Mr. M.'Leliun's motidli; imputing at te mpits at bribery, being thus disposed of. The Mtsuidiurang election resulted in th...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KITAIA STEAM FlLOUR MILLS. LIST OF 'SRICES. £ s. d. First Flour, per ton .......... :.. 1 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. .............. 0 15 0: Seconds, per ton ................ 11 10 0 Do., per 1001 b?s. 12 0 Mtlachino-dressed Iaize Flour, do.: " 0 11. 0' Crushed'Maize, per bushel ...... 0 O 0 Brats ald Pollard, ditto .......... 1 `"S' Wheat and dMaize purchased for cash, or t:aken iin xclonge for flour, or grist grind-: J. SHARPE & SONS. Aug. 17, 1803.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
SYDNEY AItRICKETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under:- .. " +'£ s. d. , s. d. Flour, first, por ton '. 15. 0 0 to 0 0 0. Do., Seconds, per to .. 13 0 0 .. 0 0 Bran per bushel of 20 lb o 0 1 .. 0 0 0 Biscuit, CGialper lOlls 1 0 0.. 0 0 0 Ditto, Navy .. .. 0 1 0.. 0 i 0 D?red, per2l f .. l 0 0 4 ..0 0 0 HIay, per cwt .. .. 0 .. Lucerne .. . 0 5 0 0.. 0 0 Straw .. .. ;. 0 7. 0 .. 0 S 0 lBark, per do. 0.. . .. 0 a .. 0 4 0 Wheat, per bushel .. 0 b 6 .. 0 o0 Oats, per.do . 0 7 0 .. 0 S 0 Darley, per do .. .0 ,(i .. O G r Miizm , per do . . 0 i .. .0 » 0 Cfreenstuflfpcrlbundle.. 0 0 .. 0 1 0 ief, per Ib .. :. 0 10 .. 0 0 2 lMutton, per do.. :. 0 2 0 .. O 0 38 Pork per do . .. 0 6 i .. 0 0$ Vcal, per do .. .. 0 0 t .. 0 0 7 Lam, per qr. .. .. 0 .. 0 0 *'Fiwls, per coupleo 0 4 0 .. O 4 U Ducks, per do... . 0 .. 0 (1 0 Duclks, wild, per do .. 0 .. 0 S 0 Geese, per couple - .. 0 8 0 .. 0 10 ( Turkeys, per do 0 5 0.. 0 15 0 toasting pigs .. .. 5 0 .. .7 0 Butter, per lb .. .....
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
SYDNEY lMAR!KET PIICES. Wlheot-6s to os Gd per bushel. Mtaizce-- s Id to 0O Od ditto Barley, i\altiong-s Gd to os 0d per bushel. Ditto, Cpe-U-s Gd to 'Is ditto Ootso-s 0d to Gs 0d ditto Brall--ls tod to Os 0d ditto Flour,--lst L£ per ton Ditto, 2nd--l£1 ditto :HIay, Lucerne-£5 (Os to £t; Os ditto Ditto, Oateon-£8 to £12 ditto" Pottoos-£8S to £9 ditto Onioi~-£1 10s.to £2 10s per cwt.-If sound Butter-ls 0d to 0s 0d per lb. Honey-"4d to dd ditto acon--Td to Sit ditto ChOese--Gd to 7d ditto Eggs--Os 10d to is Od pler doz. 'owls-4-s Gil to 5s Od per:iotiplo ' Ducks-B- s ld to Gs Gd i per ditto TurkeIys-Gs to 13s ditto Calves-lOs to £1 Os Pigs--d to dd per lb Hiidos-- s to lOs eacht SGRAar?l ,41H MrULIIOLrLAND, Au' ug. 1 IG tKing-street West, Sydney, "Aug. 15, 1SG3.,
(FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) WELLINGTON. Monday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
(FRnO TE v ERIALD ANt JUIRIEa.) WELLIN?TO:N. Monday p.mn. Yesterday, about noon, a horso and dray, the propcrty of Mr. John Mylechrano, was tanding oniothe banki of the i1'acequarioriver, near the ferry on Monteliors' side whenlthe horse began to back, and, in 'spito of the of forts of tiihe driver, horso, driver, and,dray' were precipitated into the river, the tail of the dray striking the ferry. Fortunately there were no passongers in the boat at the time or loss of huuan life must have booeen the result. Some floura which was on the dray floated off down the river. The horse, a valuable animal, after a for des perate struggles was carried backwards into deep water, and with the dray disappeared. Drags were immediately procured, and about three hours after the accident one of the horse's feet wero caught, when the dray and harness were recovered. The frequent accidents and great loss of perty occuring at this place, for the want of a bridge, must surely at length call the attentio...
IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
LMproiRTANT TO :\OLUITE:nRs. -WVA OFFICE ORDEn. -EUL?OPEAN ASSURANCE SocI'TY.-"Aen .impoi'tant movement has .beenundertaken by, eji overnmeint in re firence to; vohte rps. It has boeen decided to emp i ih j ants as military accountaints, an _o eiir them, in that capacity to receilo c?i ecount for all public moneys tlin be remitted to them for the sor ico f thleorps to i`ihom they respectively be ng. In or4dr t/ the due perforiaunces of the financial ;lities to bo eotrusted to them, the War Oflice has notified to each of the Officers holding that appointment, that garanteeowillbe required to be provided by them in one or other of the followingmodes :-1. The sumn of £5,30 to be deposited in thi oPubliaefds ; or, 2. A* policy to be obtained from the European Assurance. Society for £500; or, 3. 'Iwo bonds of, sureties for,'£500 each; 4.. The bonds of one surety.for 2£500, and a policy of!tlio :,European ,AssuranceajSocioty , for £250." - Post lagazine an il, tInsurance Mlfonitor. .... H...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. ADDITIONAL NEWS. VIA ADELAIDE. MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
TELEGRtAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. ADDITIONAL NEWS. VIA ADELAIDE. [FclOM THE IIEIIAL'S KING EOllOGI'S BOUND TEIi.EGIIru'lIC CORRESPOrNDENT.] MANILA. On the 3rd June, atll 7.30 p.m., n circum ambient Ilinme was seen to riso from tho earth and gird thoe city of Manila. A most terrific chaling thel took place, lasting ;:carcely a minute, but in that short time nearly the whole of Manila was reduced to Ia heap of ruins. Upwards of 1000 people wore killed, and many thousalds wounded. T'he British Consulate was entirely de stroyed. The city is nearly deserted, as the edifices left standing threatened to fall suddenly. Beforo the eirthquako toolk place sulphur ous odours woro perceived, a rumbling was heard like tile firing of ordnance, and otllhers like the approach of an immense locomotive and train. Not a single foreigner is known to have beenl killed. The palace, catheral, and all theo public buildings lire thrQ?st down or shaken from their foundations. The factories andhomp prcsses wero also ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 'PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. August 9.-Phaeton, ship, 416'tons;.Oaptain" Milligan, froin the Downs, 24th tay.--Wil aln Dithie, ship, 970 tons, Captain Duthic, from the Downs, 22nd iMay. August 11.-Arab Stood, ship, 635 tons, Captain Walker, from tho Downs 12th IMay. August 12.-Canada WVest, ship, 717 tons, Captain lHurry, from Liverpool, 4th April.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
`(NDEPENDENIT;" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,: MUArKET SQUARE;, KIAeaL.. TIIE PROPRIETORS bog to inform the vPublic of Jamboroo,. Gerringong, Shoal haven, be., &e., that tlheir Oflice is rploto with every description of the most modern PLAIN AID. FtarCY Trr, 3onoEns, &e., Vlhich enables them to oexcute work in a style equal to any other oflice in the Colony, with Stmnnst accuracy ahid despatch. Plain and Ornamnntal Printing, in bvery arietyand stylo; including Pampblets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars Soieties' Rules Labels IReports :Posters . 'Biliheads o-and Bills. Business Cards Proinissory Notes .Leases Agreements. They hopo, by modirateocharges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, with punctuality in completing orders, to so cure a share of public patronage. ti" In terms of the present postal arrange. ments, Printing can 11e forwarded to any part of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. The INDEPENDENT is published evory Tuesday Mo...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
DEPAITUIILS. Aiigit?t S.-Humiboldt, sip, 690 tons; for San, Fmranisco.-Henry Millcr, barque, 433 tons, for Iorigkong. Tire GEonG?Ia, ALTs" Jrt.AN.-Captain Tonkin. of. the Norfolk,,.reports that on Friday, 26thTune, latitude 20 11 S., longi tude 2047 . W., at ]al'-past. four p.m., the Islnnd of Trinidad about ten miles distant, observed a steamer and full-rigged ship at anchor under the islandl. The steameoi got under way, bore down upon us, nid asked us to heave to. First lieutenant' and armed boat's crew boarded. : Stated that he bc lonsged to tho Co'ifederate war steamer Georgia, alias IJapan. He said that the slhip at anchor was the Federal ship Con .stitution, of and fronm Philadelplhia for loinbay, and that they intended burning her the same ni'ght; ualso that the Georgia haid capturneeLrs ,hips since cruisieig in those vatoers and was oend of a flecetof itrec which intended cruising from Ascension along the edge of 'the trade winds, to caip ture vessels. -Arjgus 9Ot August.
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. London, Saturday, June 26th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
LATE R ENGLISH NEWS. [FrIO: TiHE IEsR.LL.U's IaOSNDO COImsc:PONDENsT.) LondoAii Saturday, June G2th, 1863. Iter Majesty and fiuaily left Balhnoral for Windsor yesterday, at one o'clock inl the afternoon, and would arrive at the Castle at nine o'clock this morning. A rupture of diplomatic relations has taken place with Brazil. The JBrazilian Minister here demanded his passports on Monday, and has since taken his depar ture. The settleinent of our differences with the Brazils has since been referred to the King of the Belgians. The total amount received by the Man sion House Lancashiroe Relief Fund Com mittee is returned £494,955, of which £-408,113 has been remitted to Lancashire and Cheshire. . t Thie Manchester Executive Committee re port a Ialance in hand of "£304,301 3s. d. The King of IDenmark will, to-day, re ceive in solemn audience, at Christian burg, the Greek deputation, and announce to them the acceptance of the throne by Prince William. The Polish insurrection continue:. ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
TO rItE EDITOR OP THE OiCA3If INDEPENIDETT. Sin,-It has lately come to my knowledge thlat the nlcw fenllce which encloses our ce1nc tory, has been either nceiientally or wilflly an.d maliciously'ilestroyed, and the beasts of the field have ingress and egress, and trend on and toss thle cluds which cover the remains of our ddar dteparted. Desecration of i hury ing-lplacetIo ha s always n looked on with the greatest horror, both iml ancient andil modern times, and in all civilised tnations; and I hope fir the credit of lttiaum, tain thim good namt of itoi people, that this state of things will be discolttiledil. Your obedicnt servant, A. B. C.
SIR F. POTTINGER AND FRANK GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
SIR F. POTTINGER AND FRANK GARDINER. A writer in Saturday's Herald, sign ing himself "John A. iHux, Lambing Flat," relates th .story'from .the lips of the vortible Frank Gardiner himself of his encounter with Sir Frederick Pottin gor on the night of his leaving MIrs. Brown's.: A few.weeks after Sir Frederick Pot tingor missed him at Mrs. Brown's ho (Gardiner) wasmot by - , who know Gardiner well before hlie took to the roads; Gardiner asked-- to go withhiminto the bush and have a smoke; Gardiner at the time carrying a first-rate short rifle. They both dismount'ed, Gardiner laying down his rifle. After lighting their pipes, took up the riflo, and, in a jocu lar manner, said, "Now Frank, suppose I was to blow your brains out." He (Gardi nor) laughed and said: "You could not do that ifyou wanted; I am not quite so soft; try and fire it off." - did so, and found he could not move the trigger. Gardiner then showed hlim a spring of some kind that had'to be removed before it could be fired...
JAMBEROO. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863
.TAIBUEROO. (onaO OUn Co.umREomNnT.) I PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. It may be remembered by your renders that in it Into issue of the IxNDEiP.NDNT I referred to the existence of plu? ro-pnlelmnonia in our. district, at thle lsame time acquainting parties interested, that MIr. Ilall possessed thie know ledge of eradicating its traces from any cattle which might he infected. Sinceo that time niny- meetings have boon hold in various parts of the district relative to the same, and I hlav reason to believe that his efforts, in several cases,,lhve ,beenl successful; but not beg in iterested in thlle matter so largely tas muany in the.'district, I feel diffidence in hazarding any. opinion as to the merits of the system adopted; and would feel great pleasure in hearing those more, competent to judge enter into a dissertationl upon the sublject, which some time ago formed a topic of co?si derable discussion. It would certainly he a great disadvantage wore such a diseaseo to become prevalent imong tlhe ...