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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
RUSSIA. i The movements of the? troops in Russia are daily beonming more imporanta t This is especially the case in the Governmenit of' St. Petersburgh, ,which is.incessantly: tra Lersed by troops on their way to the Bal tic provinees and to the asesteorn part of the empir. The Russian army in Polanrid is raised to 150,000 regular soldiers, and is daily augmented. Thl greatest activity pprevails mn theo Ifortresses, the arsenals, and the depots. All tlheo Baltic forts are armed and placed in a state of defence. Croni stadt and all the naval dockyards present a voery animated spectacle.. P'lhe officers and soldiers on leIvo are jolingg their respective regimoents. The city of St. Petersburg is surrousided withl a cordin militaire; the examination of the' passports of the per sons arriving is very scrupulous, and the luggageo of persons lcaving is subjected to a severeo exasmination, as tlhe export of lead, sulphur, and scythes is absolntoly forbid den. Tiue engineers had decided some...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
IT .is expectedC "that'\judgimieft will be giveni "shortly ' in the long-pending suit. between 31'I).ONAiLD; 'tho 'original con tractor fir; the:'w6rk; it Pike's Hill, on the. one-side; aind th 'Corpoiation , of Kiania, o"' those ?ho represented it, dn the other. : What may\ be the issue of' the case, we do not preted. to guess!. It is to-hoped; however, that those persons of position 'anid.:influenpe. whom this eection. ha been the bccasibon of 'tiking to Sydney, will employ:the ?pportunity, in conijunction with our .member. (whom we. should be., sorry to consid r as useless as the member for 'Wollongopg seems be re garded byour contemporary the Mercury) of-urging: on. the Ministry the necessity of acting with "energy and good faith in the matter of the Municipalities Amend mentF Act; and, pending the discussion of thiet Act, of doing something to preserve this busy and. populous /district. from the mnisfortune: which seeims to\ tlhrten it, that, namely, of being deprived of practi...
THE BATHURST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
THE BdATIURST fMAUET. .About five weeks back, our municipal council iwere informed, by way of an answer to a 'communication asking that the management of our markets might be placed under its control, that owing to the trust already existing,'tlle request could not be granted. The market reserves, and the power to regulate the markets, and make by-laws for their proper government, were vested in five trustees, of whom at the present time only one survivor remains, and he has left the colony to reside either in Victoria or England I Until some decisive* step is taken, it seems that Bathurst, which years ago ought to .have boasted of its market, will continue in the same unsatis factory condition as over. Instead of occu pying its natural position: as the great central market of the west, it may at .any Lime, from the opening of:any' new gold. field, find its trade cut. up and seriously affected, because . there is. nothing which tends to conserve its commerce, andmake it theo meeting...
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
THE POLISII INSURREOTION. (FlOat TIHE icosE NEWS.) TIE Polish insurrection makcs rapid pro gross. The power exiercisdd by the 'secret government is' so great and decisive that tle Rubsian authlorities may be said to be superseded in Warsaw. Several instances occurred recenritly. Certain documents in the hands-of the Russian olfficials were ne cessary to procure convicton of one of the State prisoners. The secret; goveorhment issued its order, or comriiands; that these documents should be transferred to their Ihands. The order was no'sooner made !hnown-than- the -documehtis disitppejarcdr An -Englislf company lhad entered into a contract for the water supply of Warsaw. The secret Government issued a decrcee de claring the contract null arid void,in com mon with all contracts to which the Russian authorities ivereo parties and td. compmny innmediately withdrew. TIh secret con mittee wanted five millions of ilvei-rroubles; That sum ihimbdiately disappeared from the treasury of the Wars...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
Lost, Stolen, or Strayed, F ROIL the flrm of tile undersigned, at the Ku 0gaoo Mountain, a black HORSf1, his? ipwhite spot on off hind hock,/at E on off-side t4high. Os6 (o- .1) reward will be given to a p euppl3iag such infor mation as y lead tohe recovery of the property Should it prove to have been stolon, se sum of Ten lPounds (£10) will be paiudto auone furnishling such informna tion a.nia lead to a conviction. JOHN BOXSELL. Mnagazines. J REDFOR ket-square, begs to • anniouns soh lhuas nmde arrang~e mients to Ihavls s ply of the following evicry- month - Illuststcd Loidon News. hl'unch (London) Cornhill Magazino Hlome News. Subscribers by the year will be treated liberally. ma School of Arts and Literary Society. THE ourned db to on the question, "Ougls we o ti athise withl Presi dcnt Liincoln is is navor to maintain the Union," will 0e slace at the Court house on WEDN ? AY Evening, ait 7 o'clock. The Committ w ol n mee revious to the dobate`to arramn e for the anni -I meeting....
LONDON DETECTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
Ldonow DETECTIVEs.-There is this country a great jealousy of and o jection to a secret police. It would, ho ever, be impossible, in the present cot dition of society, without this aid,t discover and check a large amount crime. Taking them on the whole, t whole, both of the city and mctropolit districts, are men of much intelligen and very able to do a difficult duty. busy thoroughfares, in crowded assembli theatres, concert-rooms, auction-root churches, and at railway stations; at I chief roads by which persons arrive depart from the metropolis, and in hI dreds of other situations, the London tective miay be seen in the most var disguises, so skillfully managed that man's wife would often fill to recogn him At the corners of streets, near 1 railway stations, on the chlief pointsit quentcd by the omnibuses, these poll men may be seen in the dress of na gators, bricklayers, countrymen, &c., search of work; at religious mceetings. hIave heard of themn assuming thie garb a clerg...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—AUGUST 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY -AUGUST 18. Mr. Cowper in reply to a question put by Mr. Moriarty stated that a detachment of fifty men from the 12th Regiment would be despatched for New Zealand to-morrow, and this was the greatest number that could be spared. In reply to a question put by Mr. Alex- ander, Mr. Arnold stated that the total cost per mile of construction of railways was as bfollows :-Great isorthern line, £16,071;' Sydney to Parriamatta Juinction, £15,703 Paraimatta Jlmietion to ].emirith, £16,101; Parraniattr Junuction to Picton, £18,091. Mr. Marin moved resolhitions mllirming the olinion of'the Ifduso that thie alarming state of inscmu-iti for life throughout tihe conntry. 'districts was h]ighly discreditable to her MBajesty's Ministers, and that the conduct of Ministers in appointments to the nitigistrarcy, amid ii connection with time administratlon of justice, called for the" strong condemnation'of thie HIouse.' The hen. gentlemain entered very fully into the state of crime ...
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 August 1863
JAPAN.: Our advides from Jhpan are to June 14tlh. On the day previous to that date, ambas sadors lad arrived from Yedo, and matters wereassuming a peaceful aspect. The pc cumnary indemnity of £120,000 was ready to be paid, buit the Tycoon's authority was not sullicicnt to enable him to arrest and give up the murderers of Mr. Richardson. The latest advices say that Colonel Neale had agreed to accept the proposed terms on condition of their allowing the remainder of the ultimatum to remain in abeyance until he received directions on the subject from England. It is probable, therctbre, that amicable relations will be resumed. The reports current as to the internal afliirs of the country and the real views of the Government on the whole question are va rious, and not always consistent with eachl other or with previously ascertained facts. It appears to be certain however, that the "Foreign" question has lately been much discussed in Japan, and that somno well in formed princes have give...
ADELAIDE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
ADELAIDE. Monday, 7 p.m. The Volunteer movement in the other colonies for, service in New Zealarid has excited no initerest 'wlatveri here. Expeditions are' fitting out for oxploring Stewart's country in the northl-west, ando afterwards in'isiarch of fresh country to wards.Swan River. ............ Messrs. :Townsend and Cot sold a large quantity, ,of liar iron at £8, per ton. Wheat. is estill advaicing,' and is ?.ow, quoted at 5s:..d per buslhel. : : Bra i 1 4d:" : : Flour £1310sfto £14; . . Six v?ssels are laidon'for Maiiitius iith ,flourr . Orders to buy Adeolideoflour. arh sent to Melbourne. Mr: 'Trwin, a ischoolmnasteor;was fi ed for unmercifully beating:a boy about nine years old . .. .The Captain of the Asshur, frome London, rDports.'that on- June bth, n.,latitude 19' .south, longitude 24" west, ia large steameri bore down upon him; and hailed him, giv ing her naiime asUnited Sthtes frigate Dah cotha; ,ut he supposed her to be the Con federate war steamer Alabama. Tuesday, 7 p....
AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
AUGUST .20. Mr. Cowper, in reply to questions by, STr. Mancpherson, said that it was thel in encution of the Government- to bring in a •bill to legalise the appropriation of the proceeds of the Church and School Estates (in terms of the resolution of the Assem bly of the 25th July last) to the purposes of religion and education; that pending legislation, no portion of those proceeds would be appropriated ; 'that the income of the Church and School Estates from what. over source arising has beeon hitherto re ceived and carried to account as Church and School revenue; and when lands were sold, the proceeds have been invested in Government debentures, and the interest carried to account as bove-mentioned. J 'The order o.f the day.for the resnumijon if `tliif"'djoiirned debate oni Mr. Malcin's .resolutibns" lieing :read, and no metiber risig, the: Speaker, was about 'tob piuf the question, when; Mr. W. Forster moved.th'i adjournument of :the debate, which mition ,vas negativad by 2., to...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
* OOMiIEBOIAL INTELLIGENOE. C MC' IILiAMA STEAJ FLOUR .MILLS. :LIST OF P'RICES. £ s. d. First Flour, per ton ............ 110 0 .Do., peri100 lbst ......... ... 15 0 Seconds, per ton ................ 11 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. .... .. 1 0 Machino-dressed Miize Floor, do.. 0 11 i 0 Crushotd Ilaize, per luishel ...... O 4 0 Brnin. and lollard, ditto .. . O 1 0 i. W??Whet and Maize pourchased for cash, or taken in exehuc gei fotr lour, or grist grind ag. ,. SHLARPE & SONS.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—AUGUST 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMiiBLY i-Aoesi 2. The adjourned debaite oni Mr. Martin's resolutiouns of censuro'was resniimed by. Mr. Daiigar, who" considered, that' the Police Regulation Act, if properly worked; would be a'benefit to the 'colony, but oreointed out some matters in which.advan ? -eous changes might be made in the 'nministration of the system. He should' vote both against the resolutions and the amendment. Mr. R. Forster also opposed the resolu tions, and commented on the disiugeniu ousness with which they had been sup-. ported, and he fitrther remarkcdiupon, and illustrated from . his -, own experience, the defective character of the old police system. . .Mr.' Hart said that the question. ?vas whether 'the' Goveirnment had done its, duty in this matter or not, and that it was, no justification to say that it had done its best. 'In his jiudgiment, the new police; system had not been carried out in a pro per spirit, and he should vote for the ame indmllent. Mr. Darn all depreciited t...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
"SYDNEY MARIETS. ThIo Sydney papers of Saturday last re port ts unde?i: S£- s. d. £ s. d. Floulr, firt, per ton 1..4 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do:, Secotids, per ton .. 12 0 0 .. 0o 0 Branuperibushelo201b 0.1 3.. 0 0 0 Biscuit, CnOiii, er lc101b 1 U 0... O 0 0 Ditto, Navy . . 0 1 1 0. O 1 .0 Breadl, pe1, 1b liaf 0 4 .. 0 0 0U Hay, per cwt .. 0 0 .. O 11 0 "Grass" .... :.. 0 S 0,.. O 4 6 Lticerno ..e .. .. O 4 6.. 0 0 Straw ;. .. .. 0 .6 .. 0 7 0 Bark, per do.. .. 3 6.. o 4 3 Wheatl, er bushel . ( 5 0 .. O 6 0 Oats, per.do . . O 0 ..' O 7 0 Birley, pcrdo . . O 4 6 0 5 6 MIize, per dIo .;.e . 0 3 0.. , 0 3 Green stutflier buindle.. 0 1 0 .. O Beet, per lb .. .; 0 0 1 .. 0 0 o Mutton, per do.. .. O 0 2) .. 0 0 3U ork per do .. .. 0 0 -6 o 0 4i "al: per do , '0:0 6'.. 0 7 Lamb, per qr. .. . O .1 0.. O 5 6 owls, :percouple .. 5 0 .. U 5 6 Ducks, per do ... .. O 5 0 .. O 6 0 Ducks, wild, per do .. 3 0.. U O , 0 Geese, per couple , .. 0 9 0 .. 0.10 0 Turkeys, per'doth . 0 7 0 .. O15 0 Roasting piigsi ....
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863
SYDNE Y'IARIET PRICES. Wheat-d- to So Gd per boushliol Moiaize--s lid to Os Od ditto l:arley, [alting---s Gd to15s Od per bushel. Ditto, Onpe-3s Gd.to .Is ditto Oats-Ss Od to Gs .d ditto lraio-los 4d to 0s Od ditto -Flour,--lst £15 per tol" Ditto, 2nd---£1 ditto 'Hay, Lucorn--£5 0s to £G Os ditto Ditto, Oaten--£ to £12 ditto Potatoes--8 to £9 ditto QOious-I l10s to £2 10s per owt.--If sound Butter-Os 9d to is 0d per lb. Honey-4d to 5d ditto lBacon-7d to Sd ditto Cheese--(d to 7d ditto Eggs-0Os 10d'to ts 0d per doz.: Fowls--tos Gd to s Odl pcr couple Ducks--as 6d to os lGd per ditto , t'urlkeys-- s to 12s ditto. Calves-10s to £1 Ol . Pigs-4d to .Sd.l 1lb". .Ilidcs-- s to '10s ach l GIrI M ,LHA MUL-IOLLAN.D, tiing-street West, Sydney, oug. 9, 1SGJ3. ;: