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NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
N - TXONAL SCHOOL. TrHE patrons and the committee appointed aIt tihe public meeting hold in the Court house lest week, niet on Friday e?vening at the Kiama Store, to arrange for taliiig round subscription lists, and ascertain what the public are willing to give too?mids this very necessary erection. It swas stated:at tie public meeting'that thie Central Board in Sydney thought the :school in Kiamti shoiuld be somnething more than anoidihnryNationalSchoo: tlhat whlilst it would imparst iistruction to ehildiren of the lioorer classes on the most moderate terms, and to those in eitreme poverty fi;ee, yet it should ie sudch a school as that those who desire to give .their childron a better educqtion, either to fit them for comrn mereial life, or going to college, in cases whliere theyr desirh to plrsue the profes sional; as well as to be a training, ilstitu tion for the teaclihers oi the wllole of the soutls-east coast. Taking this view of the building eno to be erected; it would: dives...
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
THE MIINISTE FO0R WORKS. On Tuesday evening last, Mr. A. T. IHolroyd, who, as our readers are aware, hlolds the office of Minister of Pubhle Works in the new Cabinet, arrived in Kiama, having travelled overland fromeWollongong. The hlon. gentleman took 'up hIis quarters at the Waratah Boardinig-house; and on tihe following morning, accompanuied by Mfr. Moriarty, lEngineer-in-Chief for Harbours, paid a visit to the works in progress at the basin and breakwater. On hIis return to his apartments hl e was waited on sby a de putation conistiting of thle Mayor (R. H[. if. Owen, Esq.), D. LII. Waaugh, .Esq., J.P., and others, who, on behalf of the Corpora tion and the inlhsbitants genierally, presented a brief address, in which, after some com plimentary aind layasl, expresssions, they drew the attentlion of the )tinister to two principal dcsideratus in the neighlbourhood, with which Mlr. liolroyd, in his new elipa city, is more or less directly concerned. These were, the state of the lhar...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. NOVEMBER 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
IKIAMA POLICE COURT. NoVEaMER ICTi. IIuglh'lark, lately a resident of Wollongong, was brought before tho Be3nchl at tile instanlce of his brothir John Olark, who stated that the lurisondr was of unsound mind, and unfit to take care of himself. Ie had been allpprc hended about midnight (Sunday) ot the pre raises of Mr. H. James by senior consticll Young, who, with the assistancu of several neighbours, brought him to Kiama ani d lodged himn in the lock-up. During the proceedings, tile prisoner showed the most uImistltakable signs of miaduass, a ternately r:tving and singig about being ire voengced on his encly, Sc., ;tnd clattering the hanidcuffs whiclh tl wote. The Benchl ordered tlihat ihe shoutl find secu rity (himself in £100, ald two suretics in £50 each) for keleping the paetc lir Alx imonths, or in default, Io colfined n5 n)arlinghturst Gaol for 14i days for necessary treatimeit. iThe prisonr was carried from the dock to the lock-up by four men.
THE ARMING OF THE PLATED SHIP ACHILLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
THIIE ARMING OF TlHE PLATED SHIP ACHILLES. DIN?o, clash, dong, bang, boom, rattle, clash, bang, clink, bang, dong, bang, clatter, bang, bang, bang! IWhat on earthl is this! This is, or soon will be, tile Achilles, iron armour-plated ship. Twelve lhundred men are working at her now-twelve hundred men working on stages over her sides, over her bows, over her stern under her keelbotwon her decks down in her. hold, within and without, crawling and creeping into the finest curves of her lines wherever it is possi ble for men to twist. Twelve hundred hamlln'eroro, measurers, caulkers, armour crs, forgers, smiths, shipwrights; twelvo hundred dingers, clashers, dongers, rattlesrs, clinkers, bangers bangers bang crs! Yet all this stupendous uproar around the rising Achilles is as nothingto there verberationswithwhieh thloperfeted Achilles shall resound upon the dreadful day whens the full work is in hand for which this is but the note of preparation the day when the scuppers that are now fit...
KIAMA MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
KIAMI A 31UNIOIPALITY. Our readers will observe in another part of this day's isuo anu.advertise?nnt relating tpo the fairs of our Municipality. It will surprise almost all, and we think, will please the greater part of our population to learn that the action of the -Corporaition isi about to be'resumed. We had irojected a leading aiticlo on this subject,, ;.t the ex tent of the space occupied by the tele graphic news from eEurdipe renders it im-. possible to insert such an article. We may say that on examination of the Act, we are convinced that, whatever may be said of the i'hoallhaven ease, the Municipality of Kiama is not necessarily affected thereby. It will startle some, we dare say, to hear that the present Mayor (Mr. R?. H. Owen) will not shrink from the responsibility of issuing in duo time, such warrants as may be necessary for the recovery of rates duo since M£ay last.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
CATTLE AND SHEEP PLKGUOS.-At4, hO olpening meeting of the Intoinational Con; igreoss of oVeterinnry Surgeons, at IIamburg, Professor Gamgoes; of Edinburgh as orig nator of tiloe congress, addressed thb mootimg in explanatlon of its objects. Hie slpoko:of the alarming invasion in Western Enuropo Iy cattle and sheep plagues, which o aed thefir extension not a hlttlo to. the opening of Britishl ports for foreighin cattle in 1842. Tlho continental traflo inm cattle has coin pletely changed since then, and there is a constint travelling of stobk westrward from countries where they realise smaller sums thllln ill the nlmarklets of Paris or London. He stated thalnt the deaths and deterioration by disease among cattle, sheep and swino ill the United Kingdom of Great Britain inld Irceland led to an annual money loss of £6,000,000, and that half the mony loss was due to tihe prevalence of cointagious pleuro-_ pneumonuia. .ie averred that the British islandls hiad lost two head of British catt...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. [VIA SUEZ.] London, 3rd October, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGlRAML [ Vn SUEZ.I : Londoan, rd October, 7.30 p.m. Th?oAmesri'can ijintelligeoice to tile 23rd Soptembebr..ss coducedl great excitement ·in Englanid. tRouncransz :as defeated, after two days' hard fighting, and retreated to Chattanooga The 1ecderal loss is cstiinuated at 12,00 men. Burnside has bjeen scat with reinforcements, TheI seigo of Clharleston has been sus pended, and Lee's and Mncade's armies now confront each other at:lRapidan. iMataioras is occupied by French troops. .Acollisioh'dttio Grsande betseen IFrunch and Fuederal g'iinboats is expected. Thdrc is a rmaoured cession of Ta-as to France in exchange for French recograition of the South. Probable rocognilionof Poles as belli gcrents. Earl Russell declares Russia hits forfeited her title to Poland. .This declaration is ap plauded by the French Press. .The Great Eastern was seized uuder an Admiralty .warrant; her transfer to the Aus;trrhlin 'trade is suggosted. SA rulpture, between Germiany andlDen mar...
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
JAPAN. In Japan, Satsuma's reply to Admiral Kulper was unst?isfhctory, and after Imuchl negotiation the Japanese finally opened thir batteries on tho B3ritish squadron ; an engagement ensued in the midst of a ty plioon, our ships were damaged considerably by the fire, and the list of casualties is very ieavy.--Thlie Japanese batteries are partly disabled,; and t~hreee of thldir steamers des troyed.' A great .part' of- the town :of IKagasuma and the palace was burnit. The Engish fleet theni sailed for Yokahama to repair damageus.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
SYDNEY MARKETS. ·Phe Syduoy papers of Saturday lJstre-o port as under: S£ s..d. £ so .d Flour,-first, per ton .; 15i 0..0 to 0 0.0 0; Do., Seconds, per ton .. 13 0 . 0 ,..'O 0 0 Bran per buslhel of 20 lb 0 1. 4 :0 '0 0.. Biscuit, Cabin; per 1001b 1 0 :0 :: 0 :0 0 Ditto, Navy .. .. 0 10 ..0 0. 0 -Irsad, per l21b loaf 0. O0 4 :. O0'0 0.0 Hay, per owt .. ..0 6 :0 .0 3. 0 Grass. . .. 0 3/ 0 0 0 Lucerne .. ... :.'O-.'0" 5 0 Straw ... . . ; -0 0 0" 5 6 Bark, per do. ;. .0. 8 6 0 4 6 Wheat, per bushel.?'. :5 0:6:" 0. 6 0 Oats per do. ;. : . 0 '- Q 0 -. 0 Barley, perido'":. .-0 4~ 6 : . 5 :0 'Iaizs . per do 0 .'... ':-,'::. " '4 . 0 r.': ".1'4:, 3 treen stulf per bundlo:::. :. 0 I 0, ,1.0 Beef, parlb . :. 0 O " 2 .:. 0": 0 alutton per do . O . 0 "6 '. 0 , 6 • Vanl. per. do ' :: ..-,:':·~j'.'1"":0~: ::0 6":. : :: 'O.P 6 Lamb, per r·i. :'.. : 0:5'6 ;:: ' 6 6:, 0: sdovls, per coauple. 0r..O 3 6 . 0 : 4 .0' Ducksieper do... 0;;., O.5 :0:.;0, ,6 01 Ducks, wild, peor do.. 0- 5 0 ::. o 0 0 Geisa, ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
. SYDNEY MARIKET. PRICES'* '* Wheat-6s (id to Gs Od per 'lushel ; .: '" I '* ;, M3aize-38s ?l toOs Od ditto. . Darloy, talting-S3s Gd to 4s Gd per bushel.: Ditto, Cape-3s,Od to 3s 6d ditto . ., Oiats--6s Od tob7s Od ditto, .. . Branu-ls dto Os.Od.0 ditto ' -- ' Floor-1st, £15 per ton '. . ' . Ditto, 2nd-£13 ditto :. Hay, Lucerne-£3 Osito £4 Os ditto ' .:: Ditto, Oaten--£6"to £9:0s. ditto Potatoos-£7 to £10 ditto, : SOnions-?odio in imairkt. .lltter--d to D perC lb-SloS dull. IIoney-Id tod d per Ib. .:': , . : .' lb , :: liacon-7d to Sd ditto . , Cihoso--Sd to 9d ditto :, Eggs-1ls to ls 2d perdoz... d :':. " F'owls--s Gd to: 4s:6dpur.couple; o .: .r: Ducks-is Od:t6 5s:0d.per ditto'.: '."' -' Turkeys-7s to-ls 'ditto Calves-lOs to. £1 Pigs-Id to Od per.lb . -idcs-o ito 10s each .;. : GRAHIAM & IIULHOLLAN D, S . -. ":ing-sitre et WestSyddioy, bov., 14 SG3.. "-. - . ' ' :. '
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
POLM\D. K SPoland demands recognitionas a'bellige rentpower, and accepts Russia's declarationi: tha.t war must decide her independqncce. Several sanguiary .engagemsents have.beon. fought between Russia andl?-Pland, gene rally .iesultiuig in ifavour of the latter. " Great cruelty is stsiltiractised by Ruissia, whose policy is to destroy tlithe revolution .by prtracting in over the inteir. The arrogance of Rusia is seveiely. cun sured, anl pbtibic opinibi is in favour of war, ;?and suggests the occupation of Poland in the name ofEuuropo.e.:
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
CAr iWkAYATJolToN 'DEPO Fat Cattle.-Marke6 firie at last iweakW quotations.. Prime msobs ara vorth frbm'£5 to it. Mr. Chlshohin's cattle sold at the Victoria Yards, P'etrshiamin, o Wednesday last, at an averagaoof £4 13s: d., they were good quiality but light'wedigits. The retail butchers alow. a determination to'"rerdhase at these ?ahrds and a much larger ninmbcr:3vas needeid, ad would have met with a ready sale. Fat Sheep.--MIarket ftlly stocked: inferior and second-class flock difficult of sale. Prime, fleece, 16s to 16s; withotit, 10s to 11.. I sold, yesterday, 1400 of Suttor's at 15s'3d; 11e0 Lodcr's at 1s 3d;' market showing a decided doswnward tendency. Store Stock.-T hiave nothing to report. Ierses.--A good class of unbroken bolts al ways meet i ready sale at remlnanerative prices. lilch Cows.--Almnoss unsnaleoablo, unless first-class animals. Produce Sales.-Railway AuctionmDepOt. lIv auction sales at the dcpSt continue to in crtease in favor. Numbers of noew constitu cuts h...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
HORSE IIARIET. M'r. Charles Mlartin reports Notwithstanding the very heavy arrivals of stock from the country districts, tile sales have bean both satisticetory and llUlllcrous. The demand for strong saddle horses has re ceived anl imnpetus owing to tile purchase of this class ofstock for the Imperial Govern mont. Out of those submittedl to themn by me for approval, during the past thrco days, tihe fill number at present required (t,)wore pur chased) and ;vill be imnediately dispatched to New Zealand. Aimong thle heavy draught s;tock there is not iiuchl stir at ipresenlt, as there is a tendency to hold back the largest nize anld heaviest stock, in nlticipation of the p1rchasing for the Govcrmnoent ciing resumicd at an early date. Such as were sold by auction this week lhave ranged from £20 to £32 per ihead. The draft of horses belonging to Mr. Robinsion, fromi the Goulthrn district, sold at Camperdown on Tucslav last, fetched friont £? 10s. to £19 10s., avc.nsging about £10 por head...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
FRANCE. General dissatisfaction is created. in Paris by tho Russian despatohes, and a rupture between France and Russia is most imminent, each party being about to recall her ambassador upon leave of absence. Baron Cros informed Earl Russell that the opinion of the French Government re Iatire to negotiations on the Polish question was that open declaration was ireferablle to secret and useless discussion. The basis on which the Porto and Egypt wish to negotiate with the Suez Canal Com pany is as follows:--First :--Thle company to entirely relinquishl that connection of territory. Secondly :-The Porte would authorise the Egyptian Govecrnment to fur nish workmen not exceeding 6000 men at a time. The publication in the 1Moiteuri of a long manifesto from tihe Polish National Govern ment hias caused great consternation in France. In Mexico, it is reported, tliat Juarez, the ex-President of Mexicob, received large supplies of arms, ammunition, &c., from the Federal Government. .: ...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
Hoaosma ro TUESDAY, 17T1 O NovExEn -MIesrs. I. rry, T. Chapman, Mlarks, Miller, and Charles. RnosTE Fon TuEvnAT, 24TiNovEoUoEn.-Mcesssr J. .M. Gray, Colloy, Kendall, Moles, and Owen..
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
MISCELLANEOUS. Aroxo the students of Havard Univer sity at thd militcsr# or naval schools, the youngster from Charleston or Savannah, as I can testify, was looked upon as a superior being. Although rather an un clean animal, addicted to smoking, spitting, and swearing, and given to the worst dis sipation, he was held up as a pattern of chivalry and gentility, and his descent from the cavaliers was favourably contrasted with the plebeian origin of the grandsons of the sturdy Puritans. Here at Newport, at Tabhant, at Seratoga, in all resorts of idle ness, as in-the busiest cities, Southern fami lies moved in thebest circles, feted and made much of, the very spoiled children'of A meri can society. If there was an impossibie war in the world one would have said it was a civil war betweenc the Nothern and South ern States. We hadl heard the threat of it a hundred tinmes; and as many tiiies the fear of it lhas been laid aside as chimierical. Indeed, it; may be safely said nio such wair wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
"INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUAEB, KIAUA. THE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jambcroo, Gcrringong, Shoal haven, &c., &c., that their Office is replete with every description of the most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, &c., Whichi enables them to execute work in a style equal to any other office in the Colony, with the utmost accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every ariety and style, including Pamphlets Law Forms 'Catalogues Business Circulars 'Sboleties' Rules Labels Reports Posters Billheads Hand Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreements. They hope, by moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, witl punctuality in completing orders, to se .cure a share of public patronage. ir In terms-of the present postal arrang: ments, Printing can be forwarded to any part of tie colony at a merely nominal rate of * postage. The INDEPENDENT is publi.hed every 'Tuesday Morning...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
COIMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SKIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PIICES. £ a. d. First Flour, er tonl.............. 15 0 1o., per 100 lbs. ................ OW 6 Seconds, per ton ............;.; 12 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ............... 13 0 Mnchline-dressed:Maize Flour; do.. 0 10 0 OCrushed Maize, pir bushol ...... 0 4 0 lran and Pollard, ditto .......... O 1 6 SS' Whleat and Malize purchased for cash, or taken in exchange for flour, or grist grind lng. J. SHARPE' &.SONS.' Nov. 15, 1863. .