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THE COMMUNICATION OF KNOWLEDGE. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

THE COMJIUN 1CATI0N OF KNOWLEDG E. To the Editor of the Ilawarra Mercury. Sin— The acquisition of knowledge from hooks is, to some per son -, a very laborious uud painful task. It has l-evn su,ips-e.l that, this arises from a degree of natural iiiduiouou comnoii to ail men ; but we may in part trace it to the character of t!ie Uook- which eonrnoidy fall into the hands of tho'-e? who have not the h.ibit .of s:uily. No one will deny that .idlene^srh is some iufluiince on. the; most studious and busy mind, or ih it a continued iuteiiiity of th(iu^lu.becoine8 painful; afeeiin-- of listies-ncss gradudit. over comes it, and though curiosity and a; love of knowledge m.:y, for a time serve to keep up the attent:oiij the springs of tin mind gradually lose their elasticity, and the thiuking piiiviplp, after 'he, exertion of a few hours, b. comes incapable of tu-zthur toil. This' jiiiu once exp rieuced makes us, like any corporal pain desirous to uvoi I the cau-e by which we know it to have ne...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

Slloranra liafrirt Stttellmm KIAMA. Tfrou our own correspondent.! The Horticultural Society's Show Meeting. — The Horticul cultural Society will give an exhibition of garden products on Wednesday, the 27 th instant, in the new and capacious building belonging to Mr. Carruthers. From the preparatory arrangements that are being made for this show, it may be anticipated, that it will be the most attractive ever given in Illawarra. A company of musicians will be in attendance, and will, throughout the day, impart the delight that music yields. On the morning of the 27 th, the steamer Kiama will call in at Wollongong, for passen gers, and will return thither on the afternoon of the next fol lowing day. The Late Meeting of Electors at Jamberoo. ? Mr. S. W. Gray would have it to be distinctly understood, more especially as he is apprehensive that a contrary impression might be received ' from the notice in the last issue of the Mercury, of the speech at tne jamoeroo Meeting, that he doesno...

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POLITICAL HONESTY: OR, BLACK IS WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

'PbLitlCAL HONESTY:' OK, 15LA0K IS WHITE. rer favour of The Illawarnt Mercury. Gautle readers, ^u say at once nonsense ! humbug! whoever will believe that whi'e and black are the same ? We,], it is not nonsense,rI oun assure yo 1, iindl' will prove- it too. The o.herdav, Ht)the:meeting of electors at Jamberoo, certain gentlenien, with more, words thau wit,. uuderAaok, to defend-, the political cause of H, Osborne, E q. ;; andtha ra^peote.! c!j.iirmm of- that meeting, it a! Well known, is a most ardent supporter of the s:dd Henry? Well, what of that?' 0, nothing, only these gentlemoii have signed is requis tion iu favour of Mr. Murks, one of the most liberal of our candidates ; and not only that, hut these wort'iies are canvassing for both Osborne and Marks. Now if this dues nofc prjve tint black is white, I don't kn nv what proof is. Mr. Osliorue'^s one of the mo.-t stairl-s'-ill of all the d.ad men of Macqu .rrie-street ; or, if not a stnnd-still man, what lias lie done ? Taxed the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

Election Meeting. — On Tuesday last a- meeting of the elec tors of Shellharbour was|held at the school-house, at which Messrs Waugh and Marks attended. Mr. Poulton presided on the occa sion. The candidates gave an exposition of their respective political creeds, and answered the questions put to them by the electors, apparently to their entire satisfaction. They were unani mously declared to be the most fit and proper persons to represent this division of the County of Camden. After a vote of thanks to the chairman, moved by Mr. Marks, and seconded by Mr. Waugh, being carried by acclamation, the meeting terminated. Monthly Sale. — It will be seen by our advertising columns, that Mr. JRose of Jerringong, will hold a monthly sale of stock at Kiama. The first to take place on Monday 3rd March. — Adv.

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THE BULLI ROAD AFFAIR. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

THE BULLl ROAD AFI' AflL To Ike Editor of the Iilaivdrra Mercury. Srs — A requ'sition is iu conise of signature fcr the purposa of coineniug a meeting, and electing trustees lor the ivpa'11 of th'o Balli road. 1 would therefore advi.se all the Lmd^d, prop 'ietirs ot' this neighbjurhoo.l to rtttend sued niL-eting, and apuoinf, if pos sible, the most eligible men, paying no leaped to «ecfc or party. Yonr'a tntlv, Bulli, Feb. 16.h. AN'TI-SEC1'AR[AN.

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TO PADDY MALONE, WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

TO PADUr MALONE, WOLTiO:sGONG. ' ' ^Per favour of the lilaw irra Afireur'/'. Paddy A CfTonitv Mvchee — -ure its nusilf mil Mrs. UInrnTiy that wor delightfd to h?ur from yon, for we ahv,i\s w,u.gladfn ;esave a letther from fbrrin pirts, is laoia'ly from' an ouhl liebor't ch Id. So you're in the ould spot- still. Ned Dirc.y say.s, its the 'Five Islands,', so ovcjor.se you ra'nst be living £ Ti the island of, Wollongoiig'. 'GLry ha to G-il,' but they've »-og q-iare n uiu--' forpla^js. . J3ut Pad ly Ma Uouc'ial, you mus'nt Iu coining if over us, ab ut your gran I ?' Aristocrati ;al Ikll1' (me j-.w,i- aching nfer spelling it), for ov cooi-.sa a m in like nm- Ui-it'- seen the height of' grander' knows ''-'irinre of these thinji-s tliitw a 'orsoou 1 ke yotirsdlf ; liub the misthr9*s siys you're to be exkuied, us you're not in the habit of b/nvr in th-« '? methro-. |- -;i'+ * (ooh, murther! another ja.v-!)ie.iker.) I met' W ven[ dacint man the oth.r d:ty, Mike Connelly be name, from your*' ...

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The Colonial Press. THE SQUATTERS AND THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

?^jie Cnlnainl ^cms; TII3 SQUATTERS AND THE NTE\V P.VRLIAMEXT. (From the M^itland Merciiry, February 2.) ' ' It is matter for suprise to a thoughtful man that the squatters i.i the northern district,-, and in some others, appear to be-so easy iu regard to the general election now go ug on. There cannot bd a doubt that the laud regu at ions will be one of the very first great practical questions taken up by the new Parliament for CuiiMiler.i tio:i ; and that, ve,'y con iilerablu alterations will be made in them, even if .they are.notc-uti:ely »uiis:ituied Uy a new setof regulations, breathing an etitirely diftriieut spirit. Possibly enough they m.iy bi? bu'se.i oh the purchasing j'irincijile to such an extent as to'sur? round' with great ,pi autical, diliicuities the conlinuauce i.f tlio tenancv nriiicipli*. ' - Let us put, the questions direct to every squatter— On what do you 'rely tli it this will not be ihe case? - And,. if it provethe ca»e, what will be your own position ? . ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

The Be3t Farms in the District. Fit. COLE is favoured wiih instructions from the proprietor ? MR. HAWORTH, to sell by auction ; at Mr. HAYLE'S, ^SPORTSMAN'S ARMS, ou MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 3ud, -at twelve o'clock. - The lease of the well known 'HERNE FARM,' for 7 .years, (subject to tho death of R. M. Cole, Esq.,) in three portions, as at present occupied by Messrs. A. Elliott, Mr. Miller, and Mr. T. Elliott. The above property, is so well known, and appreciated, that com ?-jnent upon them is superfluous. ;'v Terms at Sale. 406 Five Islands Estate   F.r Cole has received instruction from Mr John Kelly, to   sell by auction, without reserve, on the premises, near Mr.     Owen's, Five Island Estate, on SATURDAY NEXT, March 1st, The whole of his SUPERIOR DAIRY STOCK AND UTENSILS, consisting of — 14 Cows in full milk 5 ditto springing, and 6 ditto in calf   1 Sow and pigs       &n...

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JERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 25 February 1856

JERRINGONG. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] We have had quite a stirring time during the past week at our shipping port. In addition to the quantity of wheat and other des- criptions of produce, sent by Monday's steamer, there was shipped here on Saturday last 138 bags wheat, 38 bags onions 22 bags potatoes, 2 bags corn, 1 keg of butter, and a quantity of sundries. This of itself is sufficient to prove that Jerringong can maintain the character of being a fertile spot, and it is reported there is yet 200 tons of cargo left for the Sydney market and from the appearance of our luxuriant crops of grass we shall have no lack of butter. It certainly was a cheering sight to see our sturdy sons of the soil bringing the fruits of their labours to the beach, despite the bad state of the roads. It would be well if the directors of the company could make it convenient to erect a temporary store for the reception of the grain, &c, which now has to be left on the beach, exposed to the weath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

To the Electors of East Camden. ENTLEMEN. — At tlie request of a number of the Electors, I have the honour to offer myself as a candidate for the representation of the county, in the ensuing Legislative As sembly. I should not of myself come forward on this occasion ; but when, in the absence of other more influeuital residents in tho dis trict, I was urged from various quarters to do so, I felt 1 would be wanting in my duty to my adopted country if I refrained from ?answering the call thus made to me : for it is only, I coneeivc, by such as are identified with the district by long residence, com munity of interests, and identity of principles, that it can be .properly represented. In thus coming before you, it is due, both to you and to^ myself, to state generally what my political opinions arc, especially on those subjects which are likoly prominently to occupy tho attention, of tho Legislative Assembly thus, for the first time, called into existence. With regard to tho New Consti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

Ploughing Match. rflHE ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH, in connection with A the t Kiama Horticultural Association, will take place on WEDNESDAY NEXT, in Mr. G. Wood's Paddock, JAMBEROO. To commence at 10 o'clock, a.m.„ and to be finished by 2, p,m, Each plough to plough forty rods of land ; one rod and two halves to be ploughed seven inches deep apd nine inches wide. First Prize ? .....£)5 0 Q Second Prize.. 3 0 0 Third Prize ? .... 2 Q 0 Fourth Prize., 10 0 MR. PIKE, 428 Treasurer. Shoalhaven. THE COMMITTEE for securing the election of Mr. THOM SON, as Member of the New Counoil for the COUNTY OF ST. VINCENT, will meet in the STEAM PACKET INN every MONDAY and FRIDAY EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clok. All friendly are respectfully invited to attend. JORN McARTHUR, 284 Hon. Secretary. Sim Pictures \ ! MR. INSLEY, the oldest established photographer now working in the colony, having praotised for the last eight years in Sydney (that is four years before any of the new hands commenced experimentin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

Xoogood's Commercial Rooms, PITT AND ICING STREETS, SYDNEY. ALFRED TOOGOOD, in returning his grateful thanks for the great amUiberal patronage he has received since commenc ing business in Sydney, begs to inform tlie mercrntile community that he has. at a great expense, fitted up a suite of commercial rooms, equal to any in the cities of London, Paris, -fec., where busi ness may be transacted while enjoying a cheap and expeditious lunch, after the manner of the principal coft'ee houses in London. A. I.'s knowledge of this lino of business being known for many years past, requires but little explanation from him. The English newspapers are received per each mail packet, together with some of the principal mercantile circulars of London, Liverpool, &c., which will afford useful information to those who have not the opportunity of receiving them direct. Lunch (from 11 to 3) Is. 439 The Steamer Illawarra. m II E ABOVE VESSEL will continue to leave S||E -L WOLLONGONG FOR SYDNEY E...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

. SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. Messrs. Barker and Co : The supply of wheat this week has been much in advance of any similar period this season. Prices have slightly declined, ranging from 9s. to 10s., according to quality. Flour is still at £28 per ton for fine, and £26 for seconds, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran, Is. to Is. 3d. per bushel. Mr. Breillat : A very amnle sunnlv of wheat has been received during the week, and the price has somewhat declined, the best samples not commanding more than 10s. per bushel. Flour re mains the same ; £28 per ton for fine, and £26 seconds. Bran, Is per bushel. American Flour. — Haxall is quoted at 66s. per barrel. POULTRY AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Fowls 3s. 6d. to 5s., ducks 5s. to 6s., geese 10s., turkeys 12s. to 30s., pigeons 2s. per couple ; roasting pigs 6s. to 8s. each ; butter Is. to Is. 3d., eheese 8d. to 9d., bacon and hams lOd. to Is., lard 8d. to 9d. per lb ; eggs 2s. to 2s. 3d. per dozen. HORSE MARKET. Burt, Hassall, and Co., report the sale ...

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DEATH OF REAR-ADMIRAL KING. F.R.S., L.L.S., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

DEATH OF REAR-ADMIRAL KING. F.R.S., I.L.S., M.L.C, {From, the Empire , February 27.) Universally throughout Australia, the announcement of the sudden death of Phillip Parker King, Rear-Admiral of the Blue, but more generally known as Captain King, will be received with feelings of the deepest sorrow, par ticularly by those who had the happiness to enjoy his per sonal acquaintance. For a few weeks past he had ?jeen, we understand, somewhat depressed in spirits, though in usually good health. Latterly, however, he had recovered, and on Monday evening last, dined on board H, M.'s ship Juno, now lying in Port Jackson, in company with Capt. Freemantle, H. M.'s ship Juno, Captain Denham, H. M.'s ship Herald, also now in Port Jackson, and Sir Charles Nicholson, Speaker of the Legislative Council. Having a few months ago sustained a stroke of apoplexy he was carefully abstemious, lest he might provoke a recurrence of the attack. However, while on board, he deported himself with great cheerf...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. Saturday Evening, 4% o'Clock. .t- s. a. x, s. a. Flour... ... ... : -... 28 0 0 to 30 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .;. ... 0 9 0 0 10 6 Maize (dull) ... ... ... 0 2 9 0 3 0 Oats (Scotch) ... ... ... 0 5 0 0 5 6 Potatoes (if good) ' ... : ... 2 10 0 3 15 0 Onions, (dull) per cwt. ... ... 0 8 0 0 10 0 Ilay, per ton ... ... : 3 10 0 4 10- 0 Bark.. ... ' 5 10 0 0 6 0 . . Pigs, per lb. (in demand) ... 0 0 8 . .0 0 9. Calves... ... ~ ? 0 15 6 ? 15 0 Fowls, per pair... ' .. ' ... 0 3 0 0 5 0 Ducks '??? ... . ? ... ? 0 5 0 0 0 0 Geese... , .....v. ... . ... 0 S 0 0:9 0 Turkeys ... ' ... 0 14 0 1 0 0 Butter, 1st quality, per lb. ..' 0 13 0 13 Ditto, inferior (unsaleable) ...' 0 0 10' ? 0 1 0 ?? Cheese (colouial) ... 0;-0 8 0 0 10 Eggs, per dozen ... ... 0 2 0 0 2 3 Bacon, per lb. ... ... . ... 0 10 . 0 :1 0 Hams (in demand) ... ? ? o 1 ? 0 ' 0 11 .- Lard ... ... ... - 0 0 6 0 0 8 Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands. ... 0 10 0 0 14 .0 ARMSTBONG AND FULLER, Commission Agents, 37. King-street...

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Local Intelligence. MR. OSBORNE'S MEETING AT WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

IDitol Sntflligetitt. ' v MR. OSBORNE'S MEETING AT WOLLONGONG. On Friday Mr, H. Osborne met his friends and supporters in the large store, belonging to Mr. Robert Osborne, in Crown street. The meeting was called for two o'clock, but the business did not commence till after three. There was a large number of electors present, and Mr. Osborne was most cordially received. On the motion of Mr. R. Owen, Solicitor, Henry Gordon Esq., took the chair, whioh motion was seconded by Mr. E. Evans. Mr. Gordon on rising said, he would state the object for whioh they met, namely, to adopt measures to secure the election of Mr, Henry Osborne, as a member in the New Parliament. He felt himself highly honoured by being called upon to preside on that occasion. The time was when they could not thus meet, (cheers), a time that many were old enough to remember. The time of their boyhood, but now they had arrived at their political man hood. He was glad to see so many of the friends of Mr. Osborne present...

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Commercial Intelligence. THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

Cnttratmifll SttMligntit. THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Saturday Evening, 4)4 o'Clock. £ s. d. £ s. d. Wheat, per bushel good samples... 0 9 6 to 0 10 0 Ditto grown and smutty not saleable Maize, dull ... ? 0 2 9 ,0 3 0 Barley, Cape ... ... ... 0 3 6 0 3 6' Flour, 1st quality, per ton ... 28 0 0 28 0 0 Ditto, 2nd, ditto, ... , ? 20 0 0 26 o 0 Bran ? ... ... 0 1 0 0 3 0 Hay, oaten, per ton ... ... 5 0 0 5 0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... .;. 4 10 0 4 10 0 Straw... ... ... - 5 0 0 5 o 0 Potatoe-., in quntitay ... ... 3 0 0 3 0 o Butter, 1st qual. per lb., ... 0 13 0 13 Cheese, colonial ... ' ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Bacon .. ... 0 0 8 .0 0 9 Eggs, per dozen ? ... , ... 0 2 0 0 2 0 Fowls, per. pair ... 0 3 0 0 3 6 Dueks... .;. ... 0 '4 6 0 5 0 Turkeys ... O 14 0 15 0 Geese ... ... ? 0 9 0 0 12, 0 Pigs ... ... .... Are in better demand. Calves... ., ... ' ... Ditto. ' WILMAM Sl'EER, ? ? r,: Agent, Commercial Wharf.

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. A Government Land Sale will take place, at the Crown Lands -office, Kiama, on Monday the 31st March. Camden. — 132a. 2r. near Broughton Mile Creek ; 74a. same place ; 73a. same place ; 59a. lr. same place ; 72a. same place ; 34a. 2r. ; 162a. same place; 146a. same place ; 66a. near Brough ton Creek, village reserve ; 63a. 2r. 2Sp. same place ; 66a. lr. 24p. same place ; 67 a. 2r. 30p. same place ; 32a. 2r. ; 63a. 3r. Sp. same place; 59a. same place ; 30a. 2r. 20p. same place; 30a. same place. Upset price £1 per acre. Through the whole of the above lots a road passes, the area of which has been deducted from the total area. . At the Crown Lands Office, Shoalhaven, on Thursday 3rd of April. — Suburban lots from 1 to 27 inclusive, consist of one acre each, in the village of Nowra, upset price £4 per acre. — Lots 28 to 31 inclusive, consist 2 acres 2 roods each- upset price £3 per; acre. Country lots, : — 32, 40a. 3r. near Faro ham, village reserve 33, 44a. 2r. sa...

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ENGLISH MAILS, PER MERMAID. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

ENGLISH MAILS. PER MERMAID. Notice is hereby given that the mails by the Mail-Packet Mer maid, for the United Kingdom, via Melbourne, will be closed on Wednesday, the 5th March next, at noon. Registered letters cannot be received after 11 o'clock a.m. All letters and newspapers, not otherwise marked, will be for warded oy this opportunity. Although the mail is sent via Melbourne, no extra postage is required, as the Mermaid is a packet ship. The public are reminded that newspapers for abroad cannot now be sent unless postage stamps are affixed thereon, vide separate notice from this Office, dated 20th October, 1855. W. H. CHRISTIE, Postmaster-General. Sydney, February 25, 1856. Rates of Postage on Newspapers. — Newspapers addressed to Great Britain, Id. ; to any of the British colonies, via Great Britain, 2d. Every newspaper must be unenclosed, or enclosed in an envelope open at both ends, and should not contain any note, letter, memorandum, or other thing, or writing therein or the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 March 1856

Election tor East Camden. — The writ for the election of two inemqers to serve in the New Parlirment was received in Wol 'longong yesterday by C. T. Smith. Esq., Returning Officer, by whose kindness we are enabled to give the following particulars — The nomination will take place at Wollongong, on Monday, 25th March ; tho polling, at the different polling plaoes throughout the comity, on Tuesday, the 31st March ; and the writ is made ?returnable on the 31st Anril. Meetings .of Electors. — It will be observed on reference to our /advertising columns, that Mr. D. L. Waugh, will meet the electors in the Market-square, Wollongong, this day, and that Mr. C. .'Jenkins will also meet them at Mr. Hayles' Sportsman's Arms, 'Wollongong, on Wednesday next, and those of Shellharbour on ?tlie following day, at 2 p.m. It is to be hoped that as many of ?the electors as can make it convenient will attend at these, and iall other meetings, and evince their desire to arrive at a just con clusion as t...

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