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DR. LANG ON THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

DB. .LAKG. ON THE AMIERICAN TWAR. . Fnoe an able and initeresting lecture lately delivered by Dr. Lang, a~ 1toruya, on the subject of the .American var, we extract the following passages, froin which it.-is some satisfaction to see that the oviniuns we hayv always entertained on tlis 1eat question iare also held liy at east eti of the ablbst and best'informed. publiesinen in the colony.--El : Ind.]' If, then, the object of the South in the present war, which with them is purely a defensive war, is their .political indepen dene on tho.e one'iiimd. and the mainte nannce of theoir peculia'tibstit?utions on.tlhe othdr, it cannot blo alleged bj any nmeans that thait of the Normth was the abolition or extinction of slavery. -Wlint, then, was the seal object of the North in tlhat which, with tlihem, . was simply a war of aggression? Why it was the mainte nauce of the Union on any terms what-sb ever, and thereby the existenice and esta blishment of a vast duid universal empire, that would n...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS From Kiama per I.S.N. Co.'s steamers, for the week ending Nov. 7, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

EXPORTS 1-'romi KIiana er I.S.N. Co.s'.steamdrs, for thoe week ending Nov. 7, 1863 309 kegs butter 3 bles skins .. '81 pigs s3 bigs maize:: 28 calves 1 'l.kge bacoa'i 13 cases eggs 25 bags potatoes I coopsfowls 0 Olihd tallow 2- hides " . sundries. 1 case cheese-:

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

LBATEBR NEWS FROMI EUROPE. The 'German conscripts throughout the Northern States denounce the conscription, but they have not resisted it by force of arms. The enrollment is proceeding quietly. For the purpose of enforcing tlhe Act 30,000 troops are stationed in New York, and thie public squares aire occupied by ar tillery. General Bleauregard has announced otli cilly tlat all negroes in arms captured by the Confederates will be confined as pri soners under tile Government of South Carolina and dealt with in accordance with the laws of that State. Thle Toronto Ledgler says that a conspi racy has been discovered, to tshrow Canada into the Ihands of President Lincoln, and thaet the English Consul has communicated the details of the schemne to the British Go vcernmlent. Gdneral Gilmore oflicially reports on the 24thl August tie practical demolition of Fort Sumter, after seven days' bombard ment, at a distance of 330 to 4000 yards. It is a shapolcss and harmless mass of ruins. " A longe...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIRST INDIAN TRAMWAY. MADE BY A NATIVE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

THE FIRST INDIAN TRAMWAY. MiAfDE Bi A eNAt'IVE PRetINUE. Ar,:tliose whlio ao hecquanintet witli Iridia and it affairs niust recognise a new "sign of the times" in the fiat that a iiative: priince has at last conist?inoteda rail atihis own?cost,: and has thus,: we inay liop,: ingi~ 'rdateddjtlho invstment ~f f:natiice cliaital ia gteat· public worlks. The Titnus :f Tisda' oasinmary, of Febi-uary 28, no ticts the, evont as follows:-" It is not zgory- creditable to European enterprise that: the:o:Baroda Prince hals been allowed to 'take' the start of us in this matter. On the small 2 feet 6 inchecs tramway be tiween ilfengaum and Dauboi, now being constructed by the Guicowamr, whose in tolligence in thus initiating this enter prise is-truly admirable,l loads six tons, exclusive of tihe wagons, are to be seen drawn by single pairs of bullooks with greater ease and speed titan we can .cono vdy half a ton over any government'road in tlhe district. So mucth is thlis taamway appreciated, we...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMIA STEA kItL O UR aIL LIST OF.1I10ES. First Flour per to .,... . . o 0;o Stodper-ton,. ?; .."..''. ";.. 12i10-. 0 D,., per 100 lbs. 0 .'.... 0::...... 1 6 O Sicoodo, per ton.. 14 10 0 S)I:eohinoe-drsed MoaiesFlour? do.. 0: 10 0 Lislshed aize1, per bithsliel ::. O 4 0 .uir and Pollard, itio .i..... t. 1 or t Wheat snd tairo purchisogd for coisih; oi token in ochliinoa fdr floor, orriit grind J. SbARiPE S SONS. Sov. 9, 1863:2 ..

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

AMERIIC A.` Fort Sumter is reducod to ruins, ond Clharleston is bbliarded with destrudtive effect. Tho Confedeiates still defend ? ~ble city; . In New York theodrafti has boon coin pleted. Geceratllosencranei has not succeedcd in his attack on Chattanooga.:' The Confeoddrates have enfoiced the con scription of all indui betwcon 16 s'iid 60 years of ago, anud ha called'oiiutlhalf a nmillion of negroes, promising. them thei/r froedom and a grant of land at thoe and of the year. : : Confederato. General Lee was in cornm miand of n?narmy .150,000 strong,:and awas meditating ta descoint on Wlishington.. The Federalnarmiy .w'as suffering -from typhoid fo;or. ". The Federal Government has erected* a noew fort within forty-fivo miles of Montreal, having' biarrack accommodation capable of holdipg .5000 men, and containing sup plies for 100,000.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO CARES FOR THE NIGGER? [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

WHO CARES FOR THEs NIGGER pt Tcs, New York correspondent of the Times, soays:-a little incident in the his tory of the late cruel onhaugct upon the colored people which has fallen within my personal notieo deserves to be recorded. A negro in one of the pleasant transina rine suburbs of this city, of which it is not necessary to mention the name, , be came on the second day of the riots ob noxious to a crowd of Irish and other "rowdies" beontnot on any resistance to tihe driught, but on any mnischlief that might offer itself to their idle han:ds. The negro kept an "ice creans saloon" and restaurant, was an excellent cook and waiter, and employed several coloured people in his business, and was very use fnl to tile richer inhabitants whenever they h:Iad dinner or evening iarties which requiredoxtra assistaiicoe,, was a prosper ous trademan, as hh deserved to be, and was, moreover, very much resppeted 'by all who knew-him or lhad occasion to em ploy liim. : Envious of his prosperityt4t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

SYDNEIY 3LAIIIETS. The Sydney apers of Saturday last re por:t as unde- " :" ::: • s. :d;'.:,.'s o :dd:. Flour, first, per ton ;. 15 0 0 oto o0 0 0 S), Seconds;: per ton.. 13 0 : 0 0 0 .Iian plei bishlic of 20 lb 0 1 4 '.'0 0 0 .lisoait, Cabin, ler1001bs ' 1O 0 0 0 0: Ditto,~Nav3y ;'. -... O 0.15 0 ..:'0 0. B"ead,l ir 21b.loaf . :: 0 4 .. 0 0 Ifay;s c ·eowt': :.. 0 6 0;; 0:0.0 1 0 (,cas .. 0 3 0 6.. O 8 6 Sicerne ... . :.O 4 0 .0. 5. 0 i-raw .. .: 06 0 lnrk, pare do:.: .. *., O? 0''18_ ;i" - 6. W\ieat; pcer bushel 0.. a 0 . i0 6 0 )'ts, plr do. .. . 0 " 0 O7 0 .iti'ls , lper:ldo'::.. .. O 4 {.:.. 0 5 6. Mciic, per do :. 0 .310 :. 0 4 3 G(rccn stuffperi bunidle .; 0 0 9 . 0 1 0 C: o:. per lb 0 S) .. 0 ':0 21 '[uttbei,' pcrdlo; - 0 0 3 .00 0 4 ]orkper do . 0 0 1 00 Gi Veil, per do 0. :0 .':. 0 06i1 Lamb, perr r .:. 0 .:6, 6 0.. 6 0 li'owlsa per coufplo 0: 3 6 ..0 4 0 )ueks, psrde:' :. " 0' 5-0: .. 5 6 Ducks, siild,'poe:do. 4 :.-.. 6 -..:O 6 0 eeso, per couiple .. O-i. 6":. 0 9 .0 'lurk...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

[BY ELECornc TELEORAPH.J LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. FRIOM TIE SYDNEY SIOIRNINO HEIRALD. The latest telegram received at Colombo from London, dated September 10th, con tained the following items of European intelligence: The Emperor of Russia's last note to the Western Powers was warlike. The St. Leger was won by Lord Clifdcn. Queen Victoria returned from her visit to Germany on the 10th September. At Rloenard, Coburg, the King of Prussia and the Emperor of Austria, besides a great congregation of German- Princes, visited her Majesty. Earl Russell has stated that the Govern. ment were resolved to preserve the strictest neutrality with reference to American .flairs. The Duo do Montebello, the French Am bassador at St. Petersburg, has obtained leave of absence for three months from his post. The French papers express regret that the party of resistance at St..Petersburg have carried the day in opposition to the interests of Poland. The British Government are abosut to in vestiga...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

SYDNEY nMARKET' PRICdES.' Whoat-- s.6d to 6s Od per biushl. :. Moaize--S 3d to 3s 10d ditto " Barley, aItlting-8? Gd to Ss. d per bushel. ' Ditto, Canp-3s Od to 3s Gd ditto Oat-6s 0id to 7s Od ditto Bran--ls Gd to Os G0d ditto : ' l lour--lst, £1i per ton. 'Ditto, 2ll--£13 ditto . H:ay, Lucerne-£30.s to £5 Os ditto Uitto, Oaten--£6 to,£8 Os. ditto. Potatoes-£7.to £10 ditto ,. Onlons--Nono in markot. Butter-Gd to Gd per lb-Sale dull. Slonoy-Id to 5d per lb. Baou--T7d to Sd ditto Choosti-Sa to' DA ditto.- . E"ggs-l10 poer doi.'''. . Fowls-.s 6d to '4 Gd per couple Ducks-Is Od to es Od per ditto T''rkiys -7s'to Is ditto ' Oalvdes-lOs to £1.s : ' £ : - Pigs-4d to od per lb Hides-is to 10s cll . GRAHAM A, MIULHOLLAND, . King-street West, Sydney, : Nov7 1S63 . . b ..

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NUMBA. NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

SHIOALITAYEN . . . 5FRnOM OCUn convlEsposoENT.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NUMBA.;: NoViEBRn 4. (•efore J. Graham, Esq•, J.1.) Jane Malone appeared to answer an ii formation by John Laind, teacher of.tlio Preosbyterian School N omba; bfor .using abusivc .language. Froin the evidence, it appearcd that on the 23rd ult;, nMrs. Malone' wvas on the road in front of M?r. Laird's house, and used with other expressious, ap parently addressed to Laird; the words, b--y drunkard, a~nc y iimposter, &s., and as she admitted usifig these exspressions, tic plhniutiffhad no doubt" they .wer applied to 1lim. Mrs. iMalone, in defence, stated tlhat she was on tihe road on the day namsed; that she was talking to a grandchild, ' and denied that she miade use of any abusive expression to Mr. Laird; but stated thalnt this was all malice on account df the school having been set on fire some time ago. A witness called by Malone deposed that all she heard ~Mris. Malone say was that Mr. and Mrs. Laiid w...

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 — 10 November 1863

RATlfWAY A UOTION DEPO'T. : Fat Cattle.-A downward tendency has been exhibited- through the week. "rimne moobs may Ihe quoted from £. to £. I sold on Tuesday last, i inhob of Badgery's at the Vic toria Yards, caws, £2 13s to £3 14s; bulloclks, £3 .s to £G lis; averaging rouhd; £3 is. Gd. Fat Sihep.--Thils market is 'not so steady. Prime .flocks unshorn are wnoitli 16s to 17o; shorn; 12s to'13: I have to. report the sale of a flock of lesslu. Ohurchl and Cliisholn's last week at 17s d. A' flockl of Ir.-James Chis holm's was sold a few days previously, at the santou price. I also sold on lhursday.: at my Dopot in Syducy; a small flock of shornl at frosm ts. to 12s,. lid, not prime. Store Stock.-Nothing to report. Horses.-Good upstanding colts continue in demaend. Itilchl Cows.-Very difficult of sale. Prime aulmnals may be quoted at from£5i to £6 10s. Produce Sale.-lRailwha. Auction Depot. Full supply of calves, lambs, and pigs. Any thing prime realises long prices. Poultry, firm; butt...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEA PARTY, SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

TEA PARTY, SHEILLI-IARIBO. SA social moceeting took place on the 3rd instant, on occnaslon of the laying of the foundation stone of a new Weslcya Chapel. A sermon was preached in the forenoon by the 1rev. Mr. Hurst of Sydney; after which the assembly repaired to the site of the projected builting, being as pieceo of ground adjoining M7r. Grahani's store in ary-atredt, and munificeently ipresented to the ,eosleyan body of Shellharbor by T. A. Reddall, Esq. After singing and prayer, the stone was laid by Mr. J. Graham of Avondale; and -under it was deposited a small jar contain lg a doeiment on wehiih were recorded the year of thll innuguration, wii:th the iame of tie reigning Sovereign, the age of-4h6 colony, &e., ltogethier. withl copies of thle Illawarra Mercury and the Krisama Ide penldent. After thlse probceeddings, which constituted the especial business bfthe day, thle company' partook of tea; &e., in a booth which had been erected close by. After due appreciati...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRAkcOTS. THE RISE or CITIES.-It is curious to mark the decay of cities, to see how incessantly the constituent parts of falling into dust, and to note by the examination of the excavations which are made, the gradual rising of the ground. We were particularly struck with this reflection the other day when wandering round the old St. Bartholomew's, in Smitlifield. Inside the church the pavement has been raised two feet six inches, and yet the ground around the surrounding surface is upwards of five feet higher than the present pave ment.. In part this is to be attributed a the extensive burial of the dead-but nis so altogether ; for in all towns there is a, constant crumbling of stone, bricks, mor tar, and other materials which are being continually leposited. 'We may formn ideas of this by giving the following fi gures respecting bricks only:-It is said that in this kingdom. there are about 1,00,000,000 made per annum. Of this quantity alone, Manchester makes ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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"THE AUSTRALIAS ARE ONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

"THIE AU1STRALTAS ARE (OIE." " Tii Anstralias are one," was the wntclh woid that in. 1850 once nnd.for over unt en cod to transportation to the older colo-. nies of Austialia: The time has come wshen tho some was aehlssord should for over put an cnd to tianspoctrtion to any part of Austahlia. Tie incrciasmg' icnans of coin imunication aiid tlie attractions of the gold. aield ioorc tlhn couintcralance tho distance fiomn Weotern Australin, Rand if that colony is made the ccsspool of Great 3i itain, we shall soon receive its overilowr. iig.' Whia' theu, Sii, is Now South Wales sileirt? Why. is not a pitulie mccthig called by the Mayor? Hls n. Mr. Charlens Cowpuor, the lnat Presideiut of tlio Anti tranisportntion Langeu become passive?. I urge uipoi all sw'ho care for Now South Wales, muirclihants, tradesmen, and workcin" men, clergy and laity, politicans, snd thlose who. do iiot taike part in politicil life, nit amilke-tod make their-voice heardi Time niext mail will then take our rcmo...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MR. TORRENS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

hMR. TOIIIENS IR ENGLAND). W\E have seen a letter from MIr. Torrens which came by the last mail, and which shows that he is indefitigably serving the interests-of Australia during his visit to Eingland. He has bcn in ciomnmuuicia tion with the Duke of Newcastle and the IDowning-street authorities, with -a view to get a bill passed through the Imperial Parliament, which-would have the effect of cbnstraining cdlonial Judges to apcept and adininister every imprint of an Act of the local legislature presented by the Government Printer and duly certified by the' C1orks of Parliament, leaving all lquestions of repugnuincy and sltra vbires, cnd the observance of due forinalities in its passage thrbuglh Parliament, and the propriety or otherwise of the: Governor's decision ingiving the lRoyalAsseit, to b?e ?aised on eppceal to the Judicial Commit tee of the Privy Council. Mr. Torren's impression is..that tie policy.;of the pre sent M:Iiniste for tihe colonies is not only to permit but to ur...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. DREADFULL ENCOUNTER WITH A TIGEC. -A correspondent of the Times of Idia, records another frightful tiger accident: " It appears thatt Captain Curtis, Gth Dra goons, Captain Bradford, Sillidar Cavalry and another gentleman went out on ashoot ing excursion in the vicinity of Schorc, where they fell in with a tiger, which had previously beenl wounded by some other sportsmen, and was in a state of furious madness. Captain Bradford raised his gun, but it would not go off. At the slame mo ment the brue r augtht sight of the party, and giving a hideous roa.r charged down uponi them with the utmost ferocity, singling out Captain iradford, who was in the act of scrambling up a t're ; the tiger made a dash at himin witlh i tremendous bound, and caught and dragged him to the ground. Bradford having iaised his ]land to protect his head, the brute seized his arm, crunch ing it between his jaws as if it had been so much rotten wood, breaking and splinter ing the bone, and laceratin...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

THE ' INDEPNENNT" : GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,: MLARiET SQUAREt, KIA3tA. TH IE PIROI'RIETOS bog to inform ilthe SPublic of Jamberoo, Gerrinlgong, Slioil "havell, ~e;: &c., tllt their Ofico is replete with very odescription of thie nmost modeorni PL.?IN rAND FANCY TYIPE, BOtDE?S, &C., Sh~ich nichbles thmn to execute work in a style "oial to any othor ofiice in tlhe Colony,.with tithe tinost acctrait?y antd ildesiateli.: ''Plait nnd Omnmontal Printing, iin every : arl?oty nrd style, including--., . omplletsl . L w Forms Cattlogotos it" Bisies Ciiculars '.Siioieti Rules -Lao°tls :'i. . R.eport '. Posters ,Billhads Hand Blills: : i.oBusocints Cards i: Ironilissory Žoto s " ases Agreoemitns. . Th 'liopy, iliopj . imoderato'cha~l estc, niatnoss iild ccuaracy ini thitoxeieutioi of theoir. work, w•vith punctualtitJtii completing: ordels, to so c.ii:fi :aisharo of piibliC pritronagiC'. " , ii:- tt'In:t ers of tlio prseoiit postal ithrrango 'iionts, Priltiig:deou be forwactled t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

October 31-Frowning Bleauty, barque. 365; toai. for Nelson ana Auckland. : November 5.-William DUthie, DO6S tons, James Duthie, for London.. : . . ..''

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 November 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGE]NCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. AlLIVALS. Octobor 31.-W. WV. Smith, ship, 661 tons, W. EI. Harris, from Start 'Poilt, 1Sth July. Novcmbor 3.-Antipodos, ship, 592 tons, C rautc, from Louldon, 18th July-Dorn, ship, Si? tons, Pentica, from Liverpool, 24th July. NovembeLr 5.-Novelty, barqlu, 400 tons, J.uacs, from Auckland, 17th ultimno.

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