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EXPORTS From Kiama per I.S.N. Co.'s steamers, for the week ending Oct. 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

EXPORTS From Kiama per I.SN:. Co.'s steamors, for the wreek ending Oct. 10, 1863. 235 kegs butter 0 bags wheat 3. pigs 2 bdles skins' . 21 calves 14 bags potatoes; ," 23 cases eggs 2 pkgos bacon 2 coops fowls 13 bags niaic 14 hIides & suindries. .

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

October 2.-Johi Wesiey, brig, for South Sen Islands. October 5.--Congo, barquo. 432 tonls, Cap tain Duise, for Singapore. ,October 7.-Spitfire, ship, 12.t1 tons, Captain Elve, for Calcutta.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PERENNIAL COTTON TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

TIE PERE;NNIAL COTTONT TREE. (From 1he Yeoman.) IN some of the nearly numbers ofthe Yeoman we drew attcntion to thle value of the perennial cotton tree (Gossypium arboreum) of South AmeriCa. Ans this variety of cotton flourishes in climates which are too cold for the cultivation of other sorts, we suggested that if it were introduced here, it might become of con siderable value to Victoria. For some time after our first notice of the tree ap pcared, doubts were expressed as to tihe correctness of some of the statements re spccting it, and even concerning the very existence of the variety. hIr. C(. Ledger, however, and others, proved that the per-. ennial cotton tree was no myth, and the gentleman here named sent us a piece of cloth that had been manufactured .in South America out of the fibre yielded by it. It now remains to be nmntioned, that whilst others were talking about this valu ablo description of cotton, a gentleman at Portland was taking stops .to introduce the seed, as th...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

TO -COERE~SFON~NbENT It must bo undecrtood that our opinions aor not to bo ·idontittod with thoso of correspondents rhose corn oonuneoatiousweo tsly publish. Wo inyite nod wish •to cnournge teomerte disosslonon nit mlsttt of importanoc. It is nocossony our corrcslmondeloti RIsoUld furnishs us with their ccclissasnes stld roIo donoe, tllooghl wo ?o not print tthrn whson the con tary is"dosired.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SUPPORT OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

THE SUPPORT OF THE UNION. TicAT real genuine Yankee,.the,New Yaork correspondent of the Standarcld; who writes under the signature of " IMan hattau," is fully imbued with the trnue innate, determined purpbse and objedt of North Amarican perseveorhnce in the pre sent war. It may be disguised under the talk of slavery, or different pretences, but the following extract from one of " ?an-. hattan's" late letters lays the question bare to its very core, which, though ob vious enough to spino, is not the way in which it is consideredby the many: "They may tallk," says IManhattan " of terms (of peace). Itwould be the simple word Chio. There can be peace on no other terms. Jeff. Davis could be IPre sident of the North if hle wOald issue a proclamation declaring that lie would sup poit the Union; and that hld only wished to drive the Abolitionists from the Capi-. tol. There would bc an uprising in tIhe North to his aid. As it is, lhe tialks-of separation, and he may as well talk of the joys ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

ULLADULLA. (FROM OUR CORIESPOXDENT.) TiIE COMtISSIONe OF THE PEACE. - Althou?h our localbench dbliyer some re markabie judgments at times, I inn not going to comment upon their procedings just nowr. Bit I see a very caitiotts stop is about to be tlakeu: by our very cautious Premier, nmnely, to exclude. all from.the honour of continuing to add J.P. to their names, who havro been insoleilt (indepen dent of any honorable conduct in their dilficulty,) and to dischargeo all clerks of Petty Sessions who' do not make arrange monts to .pay their debts. Te. latter gentlemoen will do weoll to look out, not being big mna, the- tnhreat may be curried out. But the former part of the "inten tion of the Government". is eminlently Cowperian. Such men are mostly those who have beon in business, and the natural shrewrdness of tlheir class is.nmch needed in the Benchh; Will any man, looking at the various Benclhes of magistrates with which Ihemay be acquainted, say that-that plan would purge the&a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED PINE OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

RETD PINLE OF:NEW ZEAL.AND. WVE mentioned in our columns some time since that some specimens sof this wood, very beautifully grained and of brilliant color, had been sebmitted to our inspeetiori at the. Office of the Pro vinoial Engineer. Sinet. that date, the entire fittings of the Accountant's room in that establishment, cpnstructed wholly of the same material, have beeon finished, and offer excellent proofs of the highly ornamented, as well as useful nature of this fine indigenous wood. It appears that the presses, desks, &o;, to. which we have alluded, were constructed bjy the or dinary carpenters employed:on, the Bell Hill Works from a surplus portion; of the wodd of whicih the Stewart-streat Jetty is built, and of which it. is also intended thist the new Invercargill jetties wivill beo formed. The wood is evidently suscepti ble of the very :highest polish, is richly veined, and is not sixrpa.sscd in beauty by the finest specimens of Spanish mahogany. Our. readers will ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

WELLINGTON. Wellington, September 10.-The usual iquiet of our town has been greatly dis turbed by the news that a MIr. Rayner, an old settler of liangitikei, had been murdered. At the time this crime was perpetrated; Mrs. Rayncr and fuinily were in Wsllington, and the only persons then living at the house, in addition to the murdered man, were a half-citsto and a native, both boys employed in frnrm work. The particulars, as far as can be heard, are, that the deceased had been to Bull's Accommodation House, at Rangitikei, on Thursday, the 27th August, on business, and after he had started home nothing more was seen of hiu alive. After a few daiys had passed over, searchli was mnade for him, the liangitikeli river was di-aggcd, in thie belief that he -had ridden into it and was drowned, but witlh no avail. Ultimitely the body was found, on the following Thursday, thel4th instant, in a ditch some ton yards from his ownn house. It was covered ovcrwith the exception of a portion of his b...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

Pu/ blic Notice. 0N ~ , t.18th, 5iO4L ~ YS, of Syn¢.,ill prcacl, ?D.V.) i,/ta?-Crt o t 11o clock a.m. SALES BY AUCTION. SALE THl1S DAY. Strong Colts and Fillies. ATf:. R. GK. WALD ON has received 1iY instructi o~fio r. John Milli gan, to sell by aun f e Steam Packet , 1-otel, On Ti?ESDAY ( TIS DAY), lll3tipOct., 1i strong its and fillies 1 cart and harness. Terms, liberal at sale. Prime Springers, Young Bullocks, fit for yoke. / S:From the Kangaroo Ground. 1,1n. G. ]. WALDRON has received ..Yt positive instructions to sell by auc t~ion, at Mi. Tilsonl's, stoorekeeper, Brough toOCrcekl,' On SAT1URDAY /,tth OCTOBERI, '0 spinge f?prime . 0 young , fit to aoke. The attention of those in want of spring ers or bhfllohksto yoke is paticularly re quested to tlhis bona-fide sale. They are all dis?bi seared,: very pirimo, and free from discse.. Ter Lihsl eat, sale. KHouseliold Fnirnltum, &C. M R.i G;:·II:. K WALDRON will bir 1'1: auction (at/thle a Packet :otel./ On TUESDAY . E T/ 20t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

* L IAvrfA POLICE COURIT. iA case:of considerable interest and im portance which had been adjourned on the previous court day was to have been heard on Tuesday last. It 'was necessaryl, how ever, that one or more of the magistrates who'had originally sat upon tile case should be there to resume it. T.his did not happen however. Tao of the magistrates were in Sydney, and the others were provented by their own business fromnt attending. The plahuintitf Fahey had been at the expense of bringing Mr. Richards from Sydney; but the only magistrate who appeared, It. t. Fry, Esq., could not adjudLicatc. The matter was aigain lpstponed to the last Tuesday in this montth. WhatCever miay be said in fiavour of the institution of local magistracies, this case is a pretty good illustration of its inconveiicnces. Yesterday (Moionday), one Jlohn Larhkins, who had been rccenttly discliarged ftrom tlhe asylum at Parramatlta; , was brought beolbre Mqssrs. Charles and Owen, justices, chargeyd wiC1th hav...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY. OUR DEPARTED ONES. (1 THESS. IV. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

POETRY. - OUR DEPARTED ONES. (I ?naEs. Iv. 13.) 'tlut I wsould not have you to he ignornnt, brethrcn, nonetnlnti them which are asleep, that ye earrnmy not, Even as otaeors wrhinh hanve no ilope.'| Our belovetd have departed, While we tarry bmken-hnearted In tile drenary empty house; They have ended life's brief story, They have each'd thie home of gloryi, Over death victoribus I Ihtush that sobbing, weep more lightly, On we travel, dally, nightly, To the rest that they have found Are we not" upon the rivera, Sallig fast to meet for ever On morenholy, happy gmound I On we haste, to home invited, There with friends to be united In a surer bond than here; Gtnain soon, and nmeet for ever ; Glorious hopl I forsake us never, For thy glimmering sight Is clear. Ah I the way is shining elearern, As we journey ever nearer To the overlasting home;n Comrades who await our nlanding .1'rlends who round the throne are standntg We salute you, and we come. IIven IIn?nR. anarriga, Augaust 2rd, 183.<...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

Tatier sc at pres0tit, mort subjects thae one or two on which ajournailist migllht be tempted 'to diate oat colsidoie? length; bitt as it is impossible to " eat one's cale and have it," so is it denied. us to relate important events in any reasonable detail. and at the taine time to occupy our space with an exposition of the views wvhich we ourselces enteittdn ini respect to them. We muist content otuselves, tlherefore,with a very.brief notice.obf ~coch prominent topie.. Amdng these the : inisterial crisis is the first in point of domestic insterest. On Wednesday e;ening, the IHouso being in committeo of Waitys and Means, a division adlvetrse:to the Ministry, took place in consequence of the casting vote of the Chairman of Committees, Mr. Wysnoce :having been recorded on. the side of the Opposition. In acting thus the Chairman followed.tin established practice; and whatever his private opuinion might be, he is not on account of this vote, to be consi dered.as approvingthe peculiar t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIGHTS OF THE SOUTH. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

THEJRIGHTS OF THE SOUTH. To tliotEditor of the Herald. Sca,.a-I :am inclined to agree iwith- your correspdndent, "A Briton," :that the people at the Cape. of Good HoIpe were not justified in the warmth of their re ception of'the Alabama, bdt they wore guilty of nothing more than a breach of good taste. Russia cannot coniplin when some Polish exile is enthusiastically re ceived at a publio meeting in London or MIanchester, although a strong disappro val of the course which the Russians are pursuing is involved in every cheer or every sentiment uttered. " But your correspondent is altogether unjustified -when he speaks of Captain Seinme'as a privateer or pirlate.: The (Confederate- Statesuare acknowldedged by the Fedirals th6nmselves as belligerents, and they have, therefouo, as much right to commission oflicers at sea as they have on land. Captain Semmes commands the Confedorate :States'-.sloop of war Ala bamna,,and isnas muich -entitled to all the rights, riiviliges,. anid hlonors d...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

S BI?HOALIAVEN. S(FrOM OUR CORI(IEsI'eONDENsT.) The delightful and cheering influence of spring is visible on all hands. After being blessed with refrieshing showers, the prospects are beautifil everywhere. The plough and harrow are in active motion, and no time is being lost by the diligent husbandman. The wheat crops are still doing well, and heavy crops are expected. Potatoes are a doubtful crop willth some, who have used their winter produce for seed, which had consequently rotted ill the ground before spring. Maize is being more extlunsively planted than ever; it being fouid to be the least expensive crop to grow of any, and that is a great consideration in these times with a greait miany, especially somne of the free selectors. On Monday last, a large and highly re spectable gathering meata thIe rcsidenie of the lato Mr. David S. Ogilvie, National Schosl, teacher at lowra, who died on Saturday, after only a hew days illness, during which he was alttcedcd by D)r. Reed, who gave...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REIGN OF TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

STHE REIGN OF TERROR. THERE can be no ignoring tile fact that we are now living under a reign of terror such as never before prevailed in tlhese districts, since they were first inhabited by the white mLan. tlalf-a-dozon heart-: less, reckless, blood-thirsty scoundrels ar: e miasters of this western territory, and hold, at their good will and pleasure, the lives and propcrties of all our citizens who residel beyiond the boundaries of a populous township. Mere bys though they be, they are, beyond all question, masters of the situation, and the fact is a deep disgrace to our civilisation. Just at tLhe time that our most intelligent and respectable citizens :m"imble togetlher in a monster masO to -nuss the conditions of our future progr :., and contend for the prize of a grand trunk line of railway, which, if decided in our favor, is to give us the leadership among t!:e great dis tricts of the colony, a few striplings, armed to the teeth, and surrounded with chevaux de frise of carbine...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

JAMtBEROO. (FRno ouR CORRESPO.DENT.) SOn Saturday afternoon last, purosunant to advertisement, a meeting of those concerned in the free selection ground at the Wiigo carribde was held at Mr. Curry's, Jamberoo Hotel. It had not been expectdd that the dttendance would be large, as the majority of those interested were no doubt actually on their selections, and the journey. is no trifle. The immediate object of the meet ing was to consider of the best means of improving the road from Tate's hill to the top of the mountain, that portion of it in particular which lies above Lot Flamiory's clearing. The settlers are doubtless entitled to expect some amount of assistance from the Government; and the spirit displayed by the few who took part in Saturday's proceedings more especially entitles them to consideration. Those.who were present it is not dillieult to naxise--they were Messrs. John Tate, John Cullon, James Walker, J. Noble,; Abraham Knight, It. Grahlam, T Wmaugh, and W. Davis. A sub...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

TO ADVERTISERS. VE beg to draw the attention of Advertisers to tile avhantages which -the KEniA I'DEPEInDENT nOW offers for their purposc. This journal lnhas met lith an amount of anoeiss which hia w I rahllels in tho history of local jonrhnalism in Aoustralia. It reaches all parts ofthis and the neigh b.ounhig colones, as well as those of New Zealand. Ito circelation is most exten sivo in' thieo south-eastern districts (for whoso benefit it was established,) cspe cailly in the comnties of Cminden and, St. Vincent. The number of 'copsiois ".siled at this time, the commencomi lt of lbits second quairter, isnearly 900/,and is Srapidlyincredsing.:

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dcs of th We ek.. a Sunrilsel unseot oon I Dy?.D Y -. t. 1t.' A e TUESDnaY' ..O.t...... ot. 13 .5 "I 0 7' 'C WED'EHSDAY ..1... 4 , 5 6 1 0:- 18 IIUNSDAY .... ,, 1 5 .J, 6 t 11 M JUeDtA ......... ,, li7 61 10. 1 :4" KIAAY .......IND llPENDENT TnESDAY OTO ..... BER....... BER 13 18 6.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

NOTICE. ' It is. fonnded for the futuroe to" forward theo papers' of those of our ..sbscribors who S rdsiddeboyond.'thoe ,Sdirttsman's AmiTs," t-'to tliatcstablishmotn iiy who object : to thiisarrangdment-c 'an havo theoir papers loft at thliopost-offlic as at preient. GAtRDENER'S CALENDAR. ";* *'. - ,," .: ?/ ' OCTOBIIER '. '" ,: .-. . ' . 'KiCnEs GAe s.--For late crop sow' peas; calbbages, lettuce, onions; radish, carrot, turnip,; .parsnlip, -pulp. kitls,, Imeldns, oucumbers, parsley,. celery, mustlarl, cress, aRi herbs; Cape gooseberries; tomntoes;c capsicums, 'fe. APlant caeblitgc, potatoes, artichokes, arrowroot, gineer, turmeric, yams, &amp;er. Weed and water. ' -'OaioiAleD.-Wceed and keep surface soil 16oseeed ; cut superlleoea fruit fronli pease, nectarine, apricot, -plum, elterry and othler summer fruit .tres, Coeinnleee gathering cherries, gooseberries,. currants, and early plums, as they ripln, and protect tlicm from bird. Cmlenaence to prune and'thi out orange tnees,...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAST OF A TRAIN OF TRAGEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863

THE LAST OF A TRAIN OF TRAGEDIES. THE last of. a traidn of fearful tragedies wsas concluded ofI Mdnday at Limerick, in the sentence of Michael Dillane to ten yecais' penal servitude. In IMay, 1862, two birothers of. that name, men of posi tion and intelligence, fancied they had some ground of complaint against their landlord abouta lease. They.resolved to take away his life. They had not courage to comenit theecrine themselves, or did they choose to run the risk of detection and punishment-and why should they When they could get the job done for a few pounds? They according hired two desperate .ruflians, nened Becekhamn and WTalsh, whom they armed and sent on their dreadful mission: They met their destined victim, Mr. Francis Fitzgerald, walking near his own house, accompanied by his young wife,, to whom he was but recently marriod. Thiy shlot him in her presence and walked away. The deed was done in open day, with a recklless dis regard of conse'muonces, the assassins and their emp...

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