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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
SYuIEY MARNKET PICES. i'heat--os to Gs d per bushell " ' '. ,Maize--s 6d to Os Od ditto:- r^' .Bairlly, ilalting-ls Gd to os 0d per bushoel Ditto, Cape--s oGdto 4s ditto .. . , Oats-os Od. to s Od ditto Bran--ls Ild to Os'Od ditto : Flour,--lt d£1:i er ton . i , , s: ":' Ditto, ond-£13 ditto ;. Hay Liicernb-£d Os to £60 O ditto Ditto, Oatcn £8.to £12 ditto , , Potatoes-£8 to £9.ditto OiioisL-l.-o1s to £i2ls per cwt.--If sound o . oButter-Is 04tot0s Od pr lb.. * Honey-4d'to 5d dittb . ' Bacon-?tVfo a8 ditto OCheese-d to 7d. ditto ' Eggs-0s 10d to s Od' pei do.' Fowvls-4s 'd tof s? d per cbpio' ipl : •Ducks--s Gid.to Gs Bd'per ditto : STurkeys-s to 12s ditto . Calves-10s to £1 Os , : ...Pigs--d *to d.sper lb ..HIIides-os tol10s ac lih . . GRIAIAM & MOULHOLLAND, . u'.- ,'; King-street West, Sydney, Ae , O
AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
AUGUST 10. A petition was presented from residents of Shoalhaven, in favor of the extension of the coast telegraph from Kiama to Jarvis Bay, via Shoalhaven. Mr. Eagar re-opened the debate on Mr. lMartin's vote of censure. Tihe sulpport of he ministry was largely stimulatedby the Prospect of reward held out to members by the Prime Minister. Inquiry was stopped ltogether. The opposition could do no thing but talk, and that withlbated breath. The only vote of censure passed on tlhe Governmoent--the rejection of Mr. Cow per's proposal of a committee toienquire into.the working of the Police Act--had been invitedb.~ the Govdrinmdnt, andwlihen thdi House retfused to relieve the Ministry of its responsibility. Uilder these circum stances, he would'supporet an amendment, that tlhe arraingement of the police under tisenew Aetgsad not lbeensuch as to secure lifoeand property, or to give satisfaction to tlmh:cointrj., Heintended to supersede the original motioni entirely and was not in tending...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. . .Fat Catntl.--?I rlt steady. Primo mobs are worth £4 l(is. to £0." Fat Sheep.--Iarket fiimh.. Prime flocks arec worth l1s." I solda.'at nlm~ ddipot ,0(0i ep per steoaner froi? Iaitland, branded L in circle, at Store Stock.-Nothing to report. HIorses.--Good upstanding colts are in de-,: mand. .Milch; Cowns.-Are vory diticilt of salo, none buit prime aninals can qo disposed of at any price. . Proauce Sale. --Raihay Auction Depot. The supply of butcler's Rnll stock was about . equtal .to demand. Poultry and roasters sell wlJ..,Te rThe larg mount of dairy produco to handeaeused a slight decline in prices. The quantity of biutter exceeded 5 tons: bacon over 3 tons; and cheese about 2 tons. Prices obtained were as follows: Calves, 8s to 42s; lambs, 13s 3d to 21s 0d SPigs. 195 04 to l1s; roasters, Os 04d to 0s FPiswls,'s Od to Gs 6d; ducks, 7s to 7' Gd T'srkeys, lls to 24s Gd: geese, 8s 04d to 1is 6d Guiinea fowls, 4s (id; butter, roll, 8d to Is 4d Keg, 74 to 12d; ...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
S HORSE MARKET. Mr. C. Martyn reports ' The supply of horse stock has been limited, and with some few exceptions, of an inferior description. A draft of broken-in hlorsos was soldon Tuesday Inst, at from £510s to £8 10.', averaging £11 2s Gd per head. Other smaller lots, were disposelt of at the liazaar sales, at from £12 to £25, for the mnedium harness' horaes; and frofi £8 to, £10, for light and iri , * ' i . . .' '' .fdriof animals. The colonial bred draught intir6, Samson, was sold for £65: For, the .in formation of my constituents, I miy' sttite that thr description' of horses .rcquired .aro strong and compact animals, broken to saddle, from four to seven years old, about 156 hands higli, soiiid, and in goo' conditio i.
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
PARIItAMENTAIIY INTELLIGENCE [fRoii THE IIEiaLD AnD EMPIRE.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-AuGi T 19. M 'r. Plunkcett presented four petitions from Roman Catholics, in different pgrts of the colony, against the proposed new Edu cation Bill., Petitions received. The House again went into committee on the further consideration of the Smoke Nuisance Abatement Bill. Sir W. Manning proposed a new clause, making it imperative for all future furnaces constructed in any city or town in the co lony, as well as in Sydney, to be made so as to consume the smoke, as providedin the 1st clause. MIr. Thomson supported the new clause, which tended to mnakeo the bill more per feet. The Chairman having reported the bill and amendments, On tlie motion of Sir W. Manning, the bill was reconminitted, and the, following wordy vere proposed'to be inserted in the 8th line of the first clause after the word "town," nanmely " or.hamlot." 'i : The addition:;was iagrecd to, aid the Chairman: left the chair and reported t...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
SHIPINGI INTELLIfENCE":. PORT OF SYDNEY;. '. • . :" ~AROIVALS. .,i! Auigust 14.--R.M.S.S Northan1i; 100 toins, SC"iptaim Skottowe, from Gallp.-Hellon Castle; barque, 320 tons; Captain Mqeanli, from :Vel lington, in ballast.-Claud Hamilton (s.), 00 tons, Captain Machin, from Auckland 4th in stant. August 160.-Espceranco, French barque, 3822 tons, CdJaptain Brothers, from Otago.l 6th tiltimo.-Emma Colvin; ship, 560, Captain King, from Manila 24th ultimo.-John Bed Sford, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Bedford, from Napler (N.Z.) 28th ultimo.-Mathilde, Ham-. b"urg, 200 tons, Captain Peterson, from Java 4th June.--Lion, barque, 320, Captain Sinclair, frboin Wellington 26thl and Port Underwood 31st Sultinmo, in ballast. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
THIE "INDEPENDENT". GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARiET SQUARE, EKIAI.A THE PROPRIETORS beg to inform tlihe SPublic of Jamlelroo, Gcerrilgngong, Shoal haven, &c., &e.,. that tlheir Offiee is replete with every de "iption of tile most mondern PLAIN AND CY. TYrE, IlORn R, &C., •Which enables n t?execute:work in a styl, equal to anly other office inthe Colony, with 't- nostnaCcouracy and despatlch. Plain and.Ornamental .Pri?ilinig, in overy arilcty.anid style, including- . ramphlnes . Law Ilorms .Cialogues a 'usiiens Circulars Societies' Rules Lablse Reports . ].Posters . Billhleads ' Haid Bill Business Cards Proiihssory Notes Leases Agreemonts.O They hope, by:moderate chlarges, n'atness and accuracy in the oxcuation of'their vaork, witli punctmality in completing ordors, to soe cure a lsharo of publicopatronage. Iff In ternits of thie present postal arrange. ments, Printing ean'be forwarded to anylpart of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. . : " ..c:. ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
- DEPA.OTURES" Augiust 16.- William Cole, ship 956 tons, Tothlill, forCalcutta, in ballast. : ':; August .1iTI.-Transatlntic, ship, 614 to?s; Captain Phillips:for Il?nonon .-Ocan Chicf, ship, 931 tons, Captain D~vics, from London. r : --Iary; ?.tes br b uc" E8: tons, 'Cio ptain .i Drby, forOtBgo:::ao . :,,: ;: ,, A ugnst 1 t-J L. IHall, ship,698 ttn, Oap ! ·tai Ricshardson, for: Calcutta/.?' S Agost 19 -Claud Hamilton: 6A 0 tonsu, Captain " fclisi, pot Aucklarind h Adli,osr ss arsiiSs " " 331. to iss: Captiiiii Brlicesliess for :
AMERICA. HOW WE ARE REVENGING SUMPTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
AMERICA. . 'HOW WE ARE REVENGING SUMIPTER. The followisg ao the\ reported casual ties of this wtar ffom its beginning to January 1, 1863:. , loderalso killed . .. 43,874. Ditto, woulnded .. ... . "70"9' Ditto, died of disease and isounds O 25,0Q Ditto, minade prisoners . .. :s~s:. STotral ..... ..... 4659,321 Confedoratis,te killed .... . ·0, ,, wounJelcd .. .. 9,15 died' froml disonse , and wounds .. ..' 10;000 ,, made lrisoners .... 22,19 : Total .. .. . . 3,977 They have ki ?l' 22874 nore of our men than we have of theirs. Theyli have-.wouided, .:not.,-mortally, 39,414mnoie of our men than .we have of theirs. 150,000 moro. of :our men have died of disease and wounds than of theirs. They .have made prisoners of 46,000 more of our men· than we have of tlheirs. Our total casualties are 287,297 more than theirs -that is, our casualties have been 14,000 more than as much again as theirs. This is the w'ay we have "revenged the firing on Fort Stpinptbr." But this is n'ot ?Il.\ We have s...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Same time, place, and Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Samde time, placd, and Jitstidc •' CHIARLES BAILEY V. CoiNELIUS FLYN--For wages, under 20 Vie., No. 28, claimed 8s. 10d. Plea, not indebted.. C, Bailey stated, he went to work for Flyn for.one week. .Flynwas to give himn 10s. and a loid of. ?wood. Oli Satur liay, ahout. i11 ob'dlck, hle raised a row With him, and told hiue to gd' abeut ltis'business, giving him Sa. 2d.; anid afterl he. lihid'taken out the smnibns, hIe:sitnt liilm aboibt it barrow ful of wood whslich lie rcfoscd to take, but whiclh is:boy persisted in leaving oppo site his plac.-i· Mlargaret Bailey stated thatC elhe was present whedn ?lhyi aogreed with ?ailey to gi?e' liiml 0s. ai week oi and a load of wood She ?~iv tlie wobod Flyn seixt.' It is not half a lead. She lhad not toUclied it. She told the boy'niido to.le.ve it: The witness wes cross-exa?mind' .;by 'Flyn, but lhe ftailed to sllak her evidene. I)Defendant here 'made a stiateisenstt tot. oheoffectltatClie :haid hired Bailey Cfr oUcit...
CULTIVATION OF SILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
CULTIVATION dF' SILI. (From a letter by "N." in the Argue, dated London, lMaU 25.) In the whole history of Britikh colonisa tion there is no instance to compare with the progress of your coloiny; and eteryone feels that, as its resources become de veloped, it will reach a point of grandeur of which it is'flow impossible to form any idea.:. . FThlei is one source of isealth to whielI would earnestly call your attention. na ture has prioSided your country with a cli mate so. admirably adapted for sericicul Sture; ind sthiis undoubedly, the most profi table of all kinds of husbandry ill every country favored' with a climato in which it can be followed. Silk is becoming dearer and deareri; the customers increase but ndt the suppily. Your own country has helped to effect this. In 1856, the supplys as ,535,407 lbs. The computed "'value of which was £531,432." In' 1857, the supply was 12,377,931 lbs; ths estimnated viilue uses L1.143,850. Thei. productiohibf China since theni has fidlen of...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. August 18th, 1863. (Before A. K. McKay and J. Graham, Esqs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
SHOALH?AVEN..:. (FRO' OUR COROESPONDENT.) COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWR.i ' August 18th, 1888. ;. (Before:A. . MtKay and J. Graham, Esqos., J.P.'s.) . E.LLhnD V. GoULDINo--Claim £7, for bul look taken by defendant to break-in, aind not returned. A set-off was put in for£6 18s. for board..and washing to plaintiff's children. Plaintiffnot answering when called upon, the case Was postpoedd to the lIst.' When called; plaintiff not answering, tlhe case was dis missed with costs against plantiff, 5s.
ANTI-SLAVERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
ANTI-SLAVERY DEMONSTRATION. AT a meeting of the working classes of Edinburgh, held for the purpose of con sidering resolutions in favor of President Lincoln's emancipation policy, the chair man read the following letter from Dr. Guthrioe: "1, Salisbury Road, 19th February, 1863.-Dear Sir, I am sorry, as I stated to 'the deputation who waited on me, that I cannot take part in your proceedings this evening: Your object I heartily ap prove of, and I wish you God speed. (Chieers.) It is time that those who sympethise with the cause of humanity, liberty, morality, and religion, should no longer be silent, but speak out. (Cheers.) President Lincoln and his Government are now on tlhe right rail; its terminus is the destruction of slavery; and thlat de stroyed, whatever else may perish is a matter of comparatively small importance. Notwithlstanding the offensive light' in which the United States have often been placed by the braggart boasting of their newspapers, and the insolent bearing of...
PEACE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
PEACE PROPOSALS. At the riquest of MIr. Mason, the fol lowing correspondenc has been published in the Times:- "Aubrey House, Netting Hill, London, W., jun'o 10, 1163. " Sir,-I lhave authority to make the following proposition otn behalf of the leading Anti-slavery men of America, who have sent me to this country. " If the States calling themselves "The Confederate States of America" will consent to emancipate the negro slaves in those. States, such emancipation to be guaranteed by a liberal European com mission, the emancipation to be inaugu rated at once, and such time to be al 16mved for its completion as the commis mission shall adjuge to be necessary and just, and such emancipation once made to be irrevocable--then the Abolitionists and Anti-slavery.leaders of the Northern States shall, immediately oppose the pro secution' of the war on the: .part of the United States Government, and, since tliey hold the balance of power, will cer tainly cause the'war to cease by the im mediate...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
--VAMBEI.OO. (nox OUR COuItEsDBONDE.T.) Tllero is a sclcheno I hlear on foot, to give the Messrs. Marks a dinneur for their generosity and kindness in giviilg accuoss to the owailp last sunumnr to those who would itnevlthtly hiove lost their cattle hut for their kiihaness. Perhaps ri dry seaso is expected, whon:tho same boon might be required again, Next T?~esday will no doubt put an end to 'this ndvor oiding trial of MoaoDonald vora'us Kiamna Iunicipalty, which must have dio tiirbed the minds of sdmo of thc aldcrmon, however placid thluoy may appear, from thle ioro .possibility: of having to pay it thom selveos should tho plaintiff gain tho day, whlich ihdeed would bb no joke.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
. I..,.klAMAP'OLICE COURT. At the Court on Tuesday last, there wa; just businesos -onough: to xsav-t appearances. 'Iwuo youn0,0ilenilind .becnheard by Oonstable Chisholn maiking.uso of impropur language ilon frdnt of" the' Forminalgh Iotel, on tld Stih insltaiit, olid w6io'broughlt to be dealt with by' the magistrats, nil that chargo. Both hal been probablylunder thoi itiflhon'o of drink, miore -orless,, -hoaigh not stated:to.be drunk. Thby- wore caiitioned- and" daismissedl b the Ben6h, as neither of them had committed any recognisablo offenc hbefore. We may add that ioth of, them halld. so muchl regard to their ciharactor.as'.tb tiishlotliit' their names might noth6:publishlid in' iolinection witih'thel pro ceedings of tlidh'.Court?. ,It is, of.little avail that;:ve stiupress\tho nami s, howvoer, as our contemporary has already phiblishled'thom. ' On Saturday. the Illawarra S. N. Co.': steamer "'Mimosa," arrived hero gaily do corated with flags 'in consequence'of., its having been...
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
CORONER'S INQUEST. Samuel Sinclair, aged 58, had been fencing for Mr. Pike at Saddleback, and having completed the job, was retureinin hdniec, when, it is supposed hlie suddenly dropped dead on the spot where his body was found. A girl named Stqvenson, on her way to Jambereeoo, heard a cldog barkling in Dudgeon's paddock, and on looking round observed the body of ma.man whonum she believed to be dead. Slhe gave infor mation of the circumstance to MIr. Cullen, whose stockyard is next to. the above paddockand he instantlywent aid found the body of the deceased as the girl lhad de scribed. Cons'blo Goddard was sent for and a cart havimg been procured, tihe re mains wer4 bpnveyed to Curry's Hotel to a'ait aoinquest. The inquest was held on Friday lstio at 11 o'clock; when the follow Itn evidense wias adduced:- . enry Sinclair swor: I am son of thb deceased . y father hliad taken a job 0df fnc'ing from Mr. Joseph Pike, at a place cealled Saddl~eback, about nine iniles from isis residence...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
GARDE:ER'S. CAJENDAR. A ?UGIUST. KIscuaa (Obnsoo.-SoOr peas and beans for Inte crop; also aebbageO lettro, salons, aulllilowers,-l eeks, escha slossbotls? ahu ,d hIerbs." Clear.oad looesn soil. Sow as last antb, with addttlon:,of;sprtng vogqtablsc in gesiDral. At Lendboftbls maontli iow polupklns,slola, vegetablo marrow, and-plant potntoos. ' : . OaltiAniS.-rlo.t seasry description 'of ,dnly· froit tres, Is applopoar, qeitce, silmond, pech, cherry, aprl; sot, orange, &r, pruae, loor, ands mnnur, dcoiduous fruit roes. '- . . . . tr'sLWEss (Rl.anpS..- Transplant lllliee, Rnemonies, loe inset rbsloe,, roossagaollas,, ramellits, carn. FsILs.--l'oparo .ltad.for sialso, snmmerorwing crops. Soo rWheat,' larooJe'and o)ls, In lote distrlsl. SoH"tobnso h neseoo ' iofd?d'. ndrprolr from fosel. Sor sorghum socelisetuno in'orod beds for planting out; t?mansplont"? iln 'ofa inelis hlgh, in rows thrno feet i?oarl;lkt thu ilanits be a fobt froshoach other. l'otatoos as befotore."i .. 5.