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From the Port Louis Overland Gazette, June 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

From the Port Louis Overland Gazette, June 27th. " War is considered to be imminent. It is worthlly of notice, that the most effectual blow that could over have been made with only a naval force at our disposal, was the bombardnient of Yedo, the residence of all the poweful Daimhnios and their families. Sucl a modo of coercion was, however, foresden by the astute nobles ! and they deliberately evacuated the city in the be ginning of the present yelr. A chess player, taking his queet out of danger, could not have made a more natural move. There is nothing now left for the Admiral to attack save a few pawns in the shape of seaports, whose bombardment will not, it is feared, seriously disturb the position of the native princes. It may be questioned whether they would yield an inch to save fifty such towrns being swallowed up by an earthquake. Admniral Kuper may have in structions to destroy a few seaport cities : Colonel Neale has said that instruetions from home direct the use of coer...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

AUGvos 12. Theol louse agreed to go into committee ia Wlcdnesday next to consider the pro uriety of introducing bills to promote the etter drainage of lands, and ibr thie pre ention of scabl, in sheep; Mr. :Robertson tating, with reference to the latter bill, lat it was substantially the one agreed to by the squatters in public meeting as iambled; and Mr. Morris intimating his niention of introducing a measures on the ame subject, based on the South Austra iia lam,s whiich did not insist on the hlstruction of diseased sheep. The House went into committee further o consider the lPublic Education Bill, aking up clause 14, which proposed there lould be Ibur hours a day devoted to seen tar instruction. M~r. Lueas moved that there should bo ye hours secular instruction, A tier considerable discussion, the amend uent was negatived by 37 to 7, and the yigure four inserted without division, the fords " at least" being inserted after the word "hours," on the motion of Mr, Wil 01on. On the 15...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

PI.L IAAI NTAltY INTELLIGENC?i [rioas THE HIERALD AND IM:cPIRE. , LEGISLA'TIVE ASSEiBILY--.AuousT 11. 1Mr. Morris moved for correspondence betwcenthe Executive Government and the Judges,. relative to certain remarks re ported to have been made by the Secretary bfor L.ands regarding the administration of justice. lie detailed tlld circumstances under which Mr. 1obortson's speech to his constituents at Shoalhaven, ill May last, was delivered, and strongly condemned the renmarks of Mr. Jlobertson as to the con d, and decision of the Chief Justice in t 4 ' itul bringing the a amistratiou coiti4 ,ten . . a.pt .. O. i eer oa conitend.er] tat lie had a -- it mainber of Parliament address onstidents, ~gspat them in posses. his views oailevly question which ngliht 1of pIlibe lmn rtance. This r. .Iobcrtsaof) liihdtone.. .lie had right with d l .l aid candour, to ern .s . the conduct of a judge. The ,udge's opinion had a: tendency to unsettle the minds of conditional purchasers, and no one had...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

AUGUST 14. At the sitting of the House, iMr. Darrall took the oaths arid his seat upon his re election for East Maiitland. In reply to a question put. by Mr. [Iar pur, Mr. Robertson stated that the Crown Bailiff for the county of Camborland had, in fulfilment of his duty, employed a person to impound stock upon the land near Sydney, known as the Saud.Hills, for the reclmnation of which a sum of money had beeon voted by Parliament. Mr. Holroyd moved the second reading of'the Towns Police Act Amendment Bill, tihe object of which lihe stated to be to exempt vehicles known as "American wag gons" from the operation of the Towns Police Act, 2 Vie., No. 2. After a feo remarks from Mr. Darvall, the second reading was agreed to, and the House went into committee. Mr. Hfolroyd withdrew the first clause, with the view of proposing an amended clause ill substitution for it. Upon the second clause being proposed, Mr. Driver said that the bill was obviously framed to protect thel vans of a partic...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

AUGUST 13. In reply to questions put to Ministers, the following information was elicited : That with reference to the claim of M~r. Charles Dean to a grant of an allotment of land purchased by him at a Government land sale at Lismore, the Government conld not comply with-that tlie documents relating to scab in sheep; ordered on the 7thr July, would be laid on the tible in it few days-that the communication from certain inhabitants of Hlirtley, pointing out a recent discovery of a suitable line for the extension of the Great "Western railway, had been referred to the Engincr-in-chief for his report. Mr. Botteon moved; as a miatter of privi lege, that the returnalid on the table show jng the names of members of Piarliament who had beenoo in any way employed by the Government, be 'referred to the Comnmitte for Elections and Qualifications.. The hon. member said that this return was originally moved for by. reason o the hon. and learned member for Parramatta having acted as Crown Prose...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAIROA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

(From 7te aero ZealrSnder, July 80.) The Sandfly arrived last night from the Wairoa, and brings with her the distressing intelligence that several murders hai been committed in this district by the natives. .Tust as the Sandfly was about to leave the Wailro, Dr. Shortlhnud camie alongside in a canoe pulled by friendly natives, and re ported that yesterday ten persons had been butchered, namely, four men, two women, and four children. The natives entered the houses while the occupants were at their evening meal, shooting the men and toma hawking the women and children. As it wavs not expected thlut the boat which had been sent uli the river with the nmmunition, &e., would return to the Sandifly until the next day, Dr. Shortland decidedl upon pulling up to Auekhand in the canoe by which lie lihad reached that vessel. The wind and tide, however, served so fairly, and so little time was lost by the naval volunteers who ihd. charge of her, that the boat returned by the ebb, and t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATER AND MOST IMPORTANT FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

LATER AND MOST IMPO4TANT NEW ZEALAND. BY the barque Kate, which' arrived on Wednesday from Auckland, we have papers to the 30th July, from which we make the following extracts. The news is most im portant: THE WAIR IN AUICKLAND). (From teb Southers Cross.) Drury, 25th July, 1863. "Tie law of fighstig," as understood by the Maori, is inot the law of Auckland. Yesterday Mr. Calvert, junior, and Mr. Cooper were killed. The fiaily, consisting of Captain and Mars: Calvert, daughter and son, were at breakfast, when upwards of thirty Maoris were seen approaching tihe house, the doors were hastily, closed; and the windows opened to fire out of. The Maoris poured their fire into the hiouse, the Calverts having unfortunately only seven cartridges to return the fire. Mr. 'Calvert jiu., fell mortally wounded, and their cart. ridges being exhausted the Muaoris gained possession of the kitehen, when Captain Calvert made a sally on them, sword in ]hand, and drove thems out. TThey fired a parting v...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 August 1863

MARRIED. On the 13th instant, at the house of the bride's mother, Kiama, by special license, by the Rev. Robert Wilson, of Gerringong, Henry Mathews Taylor, of Madras, to Rebecca, daughter of James Hall, farmer, Burrendong.  

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. WAIKATO: BEHIND THE SCENES. Raglan, 22nd July, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

NEW ZEALAND. WAIKATO: BEIIIND TIHE SCENES. Raglan, 22nd July, 1863. The following is the nati'o account of the engagemcnt which took plaeo on Friday, the 17th, on tho Whanga Marino, otheorwiso called'tlio Maramnarua, a tributary creek of tlheLowcr W?aikato river. [We have not yet received the English account: During Thursday night a native passed up the above creek iu a canoe, to try and discover what thle troops were about. When he saw that t~hey had not reached the creek lie landed and walked to where he saw a quantity of foern newly cut, where he re connoitercd, and listened to what the soldiers were saying. Thus hie gained much information, and learned precisely thellir position. He then returned to thie Maorio, and led them to the west side of the creek, where they set busily to work to digr rifle pits, and by daylight oi Friday miornin g they had accommodation for 1(0 men.e l'he soldiers clharged upoi the rille-pits, and killed twenty-eighlt, swoundini an im mense number besid...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

VICTORIAN POLITIOC. v"srifei eemfit.' bt thtreatened with a " strife of races"? no less than New Zealand, though not quite in the same sense. The Mfelbourne Punch is caustic onwhat it con sidors to be the ihennishness displayed in theo formation of cabinets in that colony, The O'Slhan ssy - cue -Duffy-cum-IIreland Administration is "dosn among tle dead mer ?':re entirely; and the M'Culloch - M'Grant-,M'Francis. M'M-iclhie Ada. ,,thon reigns in its stead. "The Irisa i.. are provided for," says the, i-el bournie s'o nch, whlen " the Scotch have ddne, perhaps the Englishmay have a chance.". [Ep. IND']:. 2 r The Legislature re-assembles on the 4th of August, and the new Administration hias before it a difflcult task. Ktthough enjoying a popularity outside greater than lhas fallen to the lot of any previous Administration, and, although strictly representing the ma jority.wslicih defeated tihe late government, iMr. 'Cnulloehl wil have to oneoiutdrn nu merous, if not pos erful oplosition ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS.—OFFICE ORDER.—EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS. -WAIf Oi'ICEc ORDER.-EUROPEAN.. ASSURANCE SOCIETv.--"An important movement. bs been undedrtakon by the Governinent inAe. ference to volunteer corps. It has been decided toemploy the utan as military accountants, and toeqr h , in that capmcity to receiv- cent fo all public moneys whichs hkemitebd to them for the service Ofhi/coes to whoen they respectively bel . order to the duo perforffiauces of efinancial duties to be entrusted to them, the iWar Olice has notified to each of tihe Olficers holding tlhat ajpdhintment that guaranteewilbe required to beprovided by them in one or bther of : the followingmodes :-1. The sum of £530 to be depositedin tile Public Funds; or, 2. A policy to be obtained from the Europan Assurance Society. for £500; or, 3. T?Lo bonds of sureties for £500 eachl; 4. The bonds of one surety for £500, and a policy of the European Assurance Society for £250." - Posts lagazice and Insaraocc AMonitor. PIQUANT.-Our English contemporaries often ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

7 MSLIIOUONE. Thursday Evening. Upwards dof400 .hen haro volunteered for New Zoaland, and aro awaiting Colonel Pitt's approvld. Frazer and Cohn offebrcd at nuction to day, u quintityof wines, spirits, anudp-rovisions. Therc was a large attendance of the trade ; butno animation in the biddings-fair prices wore obtained. The escorts brought down 24,306 ounces of gold

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. BERRIMA. Tuesday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

TELEGRAPHIC INTELiLIGElNCE. (FROe TE IIHER .IALD AND EtPIrIE.) BalnumI~i. Tuecsday 5 p.m. LAsT night, when thle prisoners in Bcrrinma gaol were bcilng locked Up, one of them re fused to deliver up his clotlics for the nighit, Which has been the custom latterly. ?'Vhen tlhey were being taken from him forcibly he struck ait Mr. Small, the gaoler, witli a piece ,of wood wrenched from his bed board. Warder Spinks rushed forward and received Sthei. blow. The manl was ultimately over powered, and placed in the cell. This morning, whoen the prisoners, numbering about seventy, were mnustered in tIl~;ghaness roomn for'breakfast, they locked the: door, and barricaded it, and refused to sirrcendcr until they had seoon the Sheriff. The war ders arid 'all thile police in the distridt are inside the gaol under arnlms: Tile prisoners aave their knives and forks in the mess. room. TiThe ringleaders ar principally Cooekmitoo men recently sent ire, and among thcin are thile notorious JTack-in-the Boo...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

CIIAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES. [FROM DEiL'S LIFE IN LONDON.) CuAannus AND GREEN.-Any match must bh attractive in which is to be dis played tihe magnificent sculling of Robert Chambers of Newcastle, and any match inl which tlhe championship is involved must also be attractive of itself; but in the present case, not only were o . attractions combined, but the extr? ',., nary novelty added of one coming mtII. thousand miles to win for himsclf, if'pose' sible, the envied position of theo?i e pionship of the Thamces. Such p law served, perhaps, a better fate nse find itself face to face with th. the skill of Chambers, and we feel surc ti!l when our readers have gone thlrough the following account, and find perhaps under less disadvantageous circumstances (for doubtless he was not quite well) he might even have done much better, the salme feeling which prompted the hospitable reception of our cricketers in Australia will induce the English lovers of aquatics and admirers of gallantry to com...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

OQM : E OO IE;OtAL INTELIGENCE, - S-' KIAMiAS'TEAM FLIOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. First llour,pleor toi ..... .. ..... -11 10 0 S'Do., per 100 1bs:t ...;.'.":;..., 0 12io 0 M':Iacthinc-adrsscld Maizie Flum, do.. ' 0'11 .0 **''Crislhed Maize, per bushel p ..... O 4; 0 ,.Bran and Pollard, ditto .......... 0 ' 1." ; 0 ml Wlieat and Maize purchased for cnashl, . or. taken in e ~chai'ge for flour, or.grist grinill' "'ng". " ' .J. SHARPE di SONS.: ., •-" A.uK.:: ,.16': 4, ", ' . . s :

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

.AUGUST 21. Mir. Harpur presented a petition from hI5 lRoman Cathlolics against the passing of the Education 13ill. The debate on Mr. Martin's motionsre ]atiro to tile police, and the administration of justice was resumed. Mr. Iuhbanin denied that the crime and outrage now eexciting thile countr wais n par ticipate4 ,i bygold-diggers, ie lcharec terised itr. Robertson's speech as "a sereanuing flrco," ind entirely out of place. He strongly condemned the appointment; oftMr. 1. Kendall, of Tenterfield, as a juistice of tile peace, and of Mr. Thomas Cowper, as police magistrate of Tamwortlh, the first as aill "infimunous" character, mid the other as utterly unfit. H1e drew atten tion to the flact that £13,000 was jro posed to ihdemnify the Banks whlo lost gold and nbtes takn.from tihe Escort at ghowr Rocwks anr contended thaa those w1h0 voted agaihst the iamendment would be 'bound to vote for this sum. Tile Go verriment were bound to show why law and order was not preserrved. MIr. FiFa...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILD HORSES IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

WILD HOIRSES IN AUSTRALIA. A person' wishing to get a lot of wild horres, having arranged with the settler on whose run they .were, for the use of his stockyard, and permission to run them (for they are usually claimed by some one, however illegally, as I believe ownership can in no instance be estab lished,) took his measures as follows. Ilaving hIired lhalf-a-dlozen or more riders, lhe purchased some superior saddle-horses, in proportion of two or three to each rider; and besides these a mnob of about sixty or seventy half-quiet, Idheap, weedy ]horses, colnmmonly called "crawlers," to be used as a decoy mnob. The country in which he was going to run thie wild horses consisted of flat plains of un limited extent, and almost without trees. All being ready, ho started with his mounted men, driving his crawlers before hins. Having got eight or ten miles from the stockyard he had left, and near the feeding grounds of the wild herds, he puts his crawlers in charge of two of his men, who...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

," . " '", SYDNEY MAIRKETS. ..... .i The Sydney papers of Saturday last re .poirt as under :-' : £ "s. a.dl j £ s: d. .' >Flour, first, pr ton. ..l1 Oto 0' 0 0 Do., Seconds;prpertona':.;:l; " 0 0... 0 0 0 Bran per buslhl of 20lb 0 1 38 .. 0 0 0 ,"Biscuit, Cabiniper l001bs1 :O .0 ;. .0 0 0 Dito; SNai.vv .. ' 0'lo 0 0:1 0 Bread, per 2b loaf .. 0 0 4 .. 0 0 0 SHay, per Cwt . . '0 : 0 .. O 11 l' Grass .';. ,,';.. " .. 0 3 9 .. 0 4 6 Lucrno .. ,, .. .. . 0 4 ,6, ;. 0 .,6: (0I Straw .... .. 0 6 .. q0' 0o' S*Bark, per d6o'; . .. ..0 4. ..Wheat, per bushl, 0. ' 0 '. 0 G 1 Oats, per do. . :' . 0 60 .. 0. 7 0,: Bairley, pr do '.' . 4 6.. o o Maize,.per do ... .'. 0' . 0 3 (; ien sttff.licibimdl.' .0 1"0 ". 0 1 3 Bea?P per lb .;: '0 1''. 0 02 Mutton, per'do.. c.. 0 0 2'.. 0 0 3+ Pork pordo ., .'. O 0 0 ;. ' 0 GOt, Venlperdo ...: '. -.0 06... 0 0 Lainb, per qr. . ... 0 .. O. Fowls, peIr couple . .. 0 4 6 .. 0 6 . l Ducks per do... .. 0 .. 0 6 0 Ducks, .wild, per do .." 0 3 ,0.. 0 ?4 cGaie, p...

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AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

AvoUsT 20. Mr. Moriarty resumed the debate on Mr. Mnartin's motion. A system of police based on espionage would never suit this country. The police ought to be placed under the magistracy. He contended that thi Go vcrnmenm t and the I-House were bound to educate tie youth of tle interior. Dr. Lang thought .England for upwards of two Ilnedred years was in a worse state than thlis colony. A similar state of tihings prevailcdl in Scotland when King James became his own inspector, and carried his hangman with him, hangins up to a tree in a most sllusnary allerllr all oflbnders. Tre laind, too, was in a similar state. The Americans, to protect themselves from lthe transgressions of outlaws there were com pelled to resort to Lynch law. There could bo no doubt for the last two years crime had bcon on the increase, but ho coild, not admit the passing of the new Polie Act had anything to do with the matter. The shelter of criminals in the interior was sullicient to account for the increase o...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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IN THE CONFEDERATE CAMP. STONEWALL JACKSON AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863

IN THE CONFEDERATE CAMP. STONEWALL JACKSON AT HOME. I had good reason to feel gratified with my reception at Charleston. One's first idea, after speaking to the people, was that they were an intolerable set of boasters; but I came to form a better opinion of them. I found thart they never express resolutions without making a determinmed effort to carry out their pur poses. Thie more I see of thie Southern ladies, and thie more I hear of their ac tions, thie miore I wonder at their heroism and self-sacrifice. Words$ indeed, cannot express my admiration for them. Wo men of all classes have sent, without murmur, husbands, sons, and those they hold most dear, to the wars; and in tihe absence of the men they till thie fields, nmade clothes for thle troops, and nursed the sick. The Federals may bring three millions of men into tihe field, but the South will never be vanquished. At the end of the week I started for Richmond, bearing with me letters of introduction from England to some of t...

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