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CHEESE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
CHEESE-1MAKIiNG-.. 'THE judicidus business man will she that to make the most of his dairy produce re quires as .much discretion, skill, and at tention as to grow good grain and .roots, asid therefore will furnish his dairy-rooth with implements and utensils of-the best and most useful kind, and a sufficiency of them, so that nothing may be wanting on his pa:rt to ensure success. It is quite as unwise to be .without tlte proper tools in the dairy as the propeir plough aind har row in the field. ' The expense for fur nishiug a dairy-room for Cheddar cheese making, is very small, compared with what it was in my recollection, and every impleni'nt is reduced to such simplicity in its character, that the cheese-maker of the smallest- meaus can avail himself of the best and7 host improved article. In order to-fiake the best cheese, the princi ple uponi which these works should bo, . studied, and the best, fisom its results, adopted. Thus; there are implementson two distinct principles emp...
MANUAL OF THE COTTON PLANT AND COTTON GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
I~ANUAI OF TIELE COTTON PLJANT ANDI COTTON GCOWIl0NG. TuERE ar'e several well-lknown species. of the cotton plant to which the generic torin 6of Gossypium is applied. The bo tanical character of each species exhibits. considerable differences. The plant is, however,.further and inore generally dis tinguishledd as.the herbaccous cotton, the shrub cotton, and the tree cotton. In commeindce a considerable number of names arc applied to designate the numerous qualities of the fibre, such as long-stapled and short-stapled, and'also?with reference to the region in which the plant is culti vated. The height of the plant varies in eachl of the species, and ranges from 18 inches to upwards of 20 ft. The pods, cilso, vary in form snd size, somne of them being angular and others globular, ahd in dimensions exhibiting the differench .be tween a filbert and an. ordinary apple. The foliage of tlie severral varieties is also distinctive, seiome being palmnate and others vine-leaved. In the most.of...
AMERICA. New York, 17th Sept. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
AMiERICA. New York, 17th Sept." Mr. Mason, the Confederate Commis sioner, says haewas recalled owing to the persistent discourtesy of.Earl Russell. - After an inicessant bombardment of Foft Wagner for seventy-two houis by tihe Fede rals, the Confederates oh ithinstant e;vacu ated MIorris Island. Tile Federals after wards made a night attack on Fort Suimter and were repulsed, they then commenced shelling the Fort on the north side of .the harbour. ? .r Thie combined movements of Rosenerane and Burnside caused the Confederates to abandon the line of the Tennessee. - Chattanooga has been occupied by Rosen- : cranz and Burnside. After occupyiig. Knoxsille tlhey obtained possession of' Cumberland Gap, capturing 2000 Confede rates. . The Feddiil cavalry have occupied Cul paepper. General Lee is on the southl side of the Rapidan. ' The Federals ~tttemited to croos the river, bu eq replused:' A Federal 1ilition of 30,000 men left New Orleans f6#xss itlh the vienw of an ticipating any mogi e...
VISITORS TO THE CHANNEL FLEET ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
?ISITORS TO THE CHANNEL FLEET ON SUNDAYS. At a meeting of the Commission of the Free Church Geioral Assembly, held at Edinburgh, on Wednesday, .under the presidency of the Rev. Dr. Candlish, thile Iodorator, a discussion tookplacd with reference to theproceedings of the Chan nolFileet while off tlheo coast of Scbtland. The following letters were read: "To Sidney Colpoys Dacres, C.B., Renr Admiral in command of the Channel* Fleet. "The memorial of tlhe Sabbath Alli ance of Scotlind, whoso object it is to protect the Sabbath from desecration, humbly sheweth, that your memnorialists undelrstand that the Ghannel Fleet is about to visit the Firth of Foirth. Your memorialists respectfully bring Uinder your notice the great importance of issuing such an order as will prevent tihe general public from being roeeived on the Sabbath -eas visitors on board of tlhe ships under your comimand. Your momorialists fear that if such an. order be not issued, a great amount of ildesecration of the Sab b...
SIR JOHN BOWRING ON THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
. S?R JOHN OQWMING ON TI-E AMERICAN WAR.. The following is the reply of Sir Jolisi Bowring to a letter from one of tile miosot earnest of the advocates of the American war: Glaremont, Exeter, 3rd August. :,On my arrival to England after an ahb sence of soveral months, I find your letter of the 31st of 3Iay. Among miy agreeable occupations has bun the taking part in a Conigress proposed by the Government of tlheUnited States for giving new facili tids;rto postal communications. Nothing could be more admirable than thie conduct of Mh. Kasson, thie American delegate, and the result of the conference will be moest beneficial to conmmerce,to civilisation, and the great interests of Christianity. Alas that I must still turn from these serene prospects-theso pacific projectso to that weary, wasting war whichL is de vastating your hemisphere with evqr growinmg misery--ever intenseor hIate, ever fhrther removed conciliation. 3My own opinions you know well. I deplrecated the fratricidal strif...
SERIOUS ENGAGEMENT WITH THE REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
SERIOUS ENGAGE/MENT WITII THE IIEBELS. At two o'clock to-day I sent you intclli gence of the filnt that the rebels had crossed tilhe Waikato, nand wcroe in the neighborhood (,f the Bald IHills, at, t.he dauku. There hlee been, for soine timle, various rimonlrs of the approach of several Southern tribes to this and the Wniuku districts. At lelgth they come. I believe their object was to attack the Pioneer nas she steamed up the Waikato. Tired of waiting for the steamer, they concocted other mischief. This morning thely mustered at the Bald 1Hills, at the Ma?ku, to the number of five lhundred. Betwreen ighlt and nine o'clock this morning, some forty volunteers, under Lieutenant l usk, went out, and when near thcMaukiu Church, tihe rebels appeared in sight towards tile 3Bald ills. Lieute nant Lask at once despatched a messenger to MIausku stockade for reinforcements. Twe'lvc men and Sergeant Hill were des. patchled to reinforce Mir. Lusk's panrt, under the conltnand of Lieutenant Perci...
ARRIVAL OF THE RANGATIRA AT ADELAIDE WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL Adelaide, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
i ? :,1. i?. : a... -:-:::; ?v ?:i.?' : ARJIVYAL AT ADELAIDE . . -:, ". j.' WITH .TH..E :, PER NORTIIA7L . FROM T?E SYDNEY NOENIs O HERALD. ; T A :":_ A ". .." ". delaide, 6 p.m.. THIE ·A. S. NCompany's stamar Eaiiga tisa aurried at Glenelg Pier, at 4 p.m., to day,having: mhade tlhe' passage from King George's Soind in 99 hours. 'Tlie 1'. and 0' steamer Northam arrived at the Sounid at 1 p.m. on the 8th instant, from Galle the 24th October. The delay in her arrival was caused by an accident to the inachinery of the-steamer Poonah, and also by the stoppage of the railway trallie consequena oh the .overflowing of the Nile, by which it will be somewhdt impeded for the next fo? months. :
MURDERS BY THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
MUDrunLhis J3 ratn NA]siV Saturds3 h1ire p n- Three nsittler have crnrived in. Anckland, reporting tlihat two childrei:of Mi. Tiist, at Keinnidy's Farm, have bocn tonmalhakcd bi~he leories, and one shot through thlhbeiarti . One hundrcied natives: vi'r at Keniiedy's F"arm. Majoir PIeaeoke had :just started, with a force, for the sc?io of the mxiders. The Miranda is just s??iting with 200 vo Iunteers todiedeavour:to intercept tlhe na tircs if tlhy retreat. Dnavr.-Intelligence hIs reached Di?ury that at least twelve 'Iaories wrac shot in the eugagemcnt yesterday. - There is o So ofltice and thre omcn still missing. Mijor Ryan lihd reached Mauku with 100 af theo 70th and 100 of the 18th A a portion ofa the defenco force' whs also there undei: Cdloncl Ninou. . These 'reinforcomenth tookn place at ain early liour thise morning. Sta rtling reports are hourly reaching Drury, and our forces are cager to libe engaged. SQuvti?s lv"nn.roi, :22nd Oectobhr.--The stdniner Avon took a titp to Tiin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
For Sale, A QUANTITY of Waste Paper, suit able for wrapping up storoe:;goods. Apply at tho Ollice of thins paper. SALES BY AUCTION.. Town of Kiama. F' C.APITAL BUILDING ALLOT MIENTS. Myi.. K, Wf· LDRON has received IL_ instre ti is fooho Trustees of the Wesleyun Cls h, r(iss, to sell by sue tion aC the Stc s ?kt-otel, On TH 1 2.? , JTESIAY), 5 C(ipital iding allotments, situ ite in I uinmuitrras anld Shoal Inhaven a ?rcts. Ii of tUhem having as itoge of 66 feet tp Mlinanimi rsi tret, bly a depth of 132 fet. i)se is i corner lot,ihavisnis 66 ret fronit age to 3Iiniun-srr·i-sts c, and 13 fct to Slhohallve-sti t. As buildiurg lots in this healthy aind flast rising district, sare retting scaro the pro sent opportupite should not be losthighht of. They are bcaiifllsh situated, comndnding an extensive view of the ocean, andvprer looling the Town of Kiiama, aud nea the water reserve. Terms, liberal at sale. Freehold at Broughton Creek. By Order of the Jlfortgagee, and with the consent of t...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
POETR Y. Tlle faoawni verses an. tlh prouctiot of a farmer rasident in K tian, no for a faW't ilttis plat settledw it Sydney we hbliira. Our readers will peralnps, thinal that the lines display more ntattrl Ifelinl tl~tu poetical ability. I think h seo her nowa, I't tta trlct the happy Paleo nndl exlnlstau~td: lalld, Ohtaow aher forat'aag,-- Ih in, w'ih lovet; llowf eryounab autya Oaarad ntyarituret soaul, wasttd. " ain thee|aa. Yet, iu tihe alidst at all, Sthoui tile lotaa trllnphll, araaal'a ainlaia giary; With yaonlr hright CaLly hrt tIlatc eayes ' thatril scn, Who mlitile their praisas Jaesusaastory. Withll tith rouUd thle thront. IIer' was tllte hope of joy, Strong ltaal ahialiu?. Leallng haer bsoutlhful Soon will the lprizt be To tie Saviour "Ohl- IhI it is neia; dhlt, . d? Earth's troubles may Eourly she trustd him, el33 t us dowsn, haer relying :But tihrlst's presance On the loealle ahad shlwn ctn chleer, or lher soul, in li t Let all give thir hearts dying. . o God ; nitah ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
- ,:GENERAL SUMIMAiRJY. : London, i26th September. The'AustralianmJuly mails were delivered inLondon on tlie 16th and 27th September last. : . i ' ' The Queen returned to Windsor. on Sep temberlOth.: During lier stay at Cobsirg she received visits, from 'theo Emperor of Austria, the King.of Portugal, the King.of the. Bolgians, and Ihe Crown Princess' of Prussia;-- . . Parliament is tbo be officially prorogued on the 14th October to the 1st of Decem ber. ' " ,. * '. :· ' ' The war feeling' in England against Russia has.greatly increased. The R3ussian'reply to the last notes from England, France, and Austriajis cold and repelling. It rejects all .further negoti ations for the peacefdil settlement of the Polish quecstion. Russia accepts the re sponsibility of' her acts, and declares she is actuated by generous impulses towards Poland, but demands lher surreouderl irst. The Confederate Government have re called Mr. Mason, their Commissioner in London, on the ground that his continued re...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
TO ADVEITISERS. WYE beg to draw thie attention of Advertisers to the advantagcs which the ICra?... I'NDEPELNi?Li' now offbrs for their 1)urpo0 This journal has met with aln amount Jf succeoss which ihas few paralleols in the history of local journalism in iAustralia. It reaches all parts of this and tie neighi 'bouring coloies, as well as those of New Zealand. Its circulation is most exten sive in the southl-eastern districts (for whoso benceft it was established,) espe cially in' the counties of Canmlden and St. Vinceit. Thie inumber of copies is Ssued at this time, the comnticencement of its second quarter, is nearly 900, and is ' rapidly incrasing.
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
GARD?NER'S CALENDAR. KiTCuflN Ganar.n?-?[n oevry zcspect same as last monath. .Vd and waate" well should rain not fall. •O?tcnan.-Thel dlrections detailed last month apply ln asery respect to this. * F Ea.sass'&lt;(a( a s.-Atiend to5.eserathing as during lsa aicautlh, ?VasEa5Aa5.--Loaoae surfaes soil, keep dloan sseedss, s pitrs stakes, destroy ijaseatsi. :]tlLa.--Caantiuua all operations os dusnig lost. nflith. Tlhi followaing is agoosd andcsheap afi'nu?aii' alr topl-dreas lng pastures:--Tao eart-loaas oa sood ashes, six of sur faaings of forest or ssrgiaand 1/ cat. IasruvPlan aasao ?r?sscre, ?.aiFs.sesa together, asua spraad aser the fasce b ths pstatura. . .
THE RIVERINE DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
THE ?I~IERINIE DISTRICTS. Thle .Empi e, which on its own noccount has always "pooh-pooh'd" the Riverine MIovement, has nevertheless, in the spirit of fair play, published the following among other able communicationis frdm writers less hostile to the claims of the R~ivcrines. o " the LEditor of thla ELmire,. Smi,-AsI: have just arrived fi'om the Riierine Districts I, as a resident of:that distant portion.of New SouthVWalcs, feel very anxious to .lknow how the appcal made to our local Parliamentis likely to be mot.- I have perused both ofthe daily journals of Sydney, the mpir'e. and the Ilerald, and I find, much to mny sirprise, thant in your leading columns yaou are not only dead againstus, but you really.mako such statementi as are well oaleulated: to produce a s'mile on: tlhe countenauo .bf those wlio know how. incorrectare your as sertions. . ' That yodUshlould' oppose the dismom bermnot of tlhe colony is very.natural- no one -.whio leads publio. opinion wvduld Ilke to support su...
FRANCE AND THE CONFEDERATE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 November 1863
FRANCE AND TIIHE CON.FEDERATE STATES. IT seems quite certain that Louis Na poleon intends, if possible, to secure the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. He will do everything in his power to cn gage the co-operation of Engla?d, failing, in this, he will probably venture on his knowledge of iher synspathics, and count ing at nleast upon iher passive acquiescence, he will recognise the rebel confederacy alone. We dlo not believe he can induce any European State to join him, and tihe inoment ihe is convinced of this lie will probablly take independeut action. The Einperor lhas repeatedly anld ostontatiously proclaimesd hIis intense desire to stop the war now rnging in this country, and his conviction that this will be the result of recoguition. This is the argument lie Ires repeatedly addressed to Eiglamd. Our Government has mnore tlhan once given France and all other nations to understand that any foreign interference whatever will only enlarge the sphere and prolong the duirati...