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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
TO TIIE-EDITOII OF TIIE KIAMIA INDEPENDENT:. Ssn,-The most of thoeinhabitnnts ?of Kianian and its neighbourhood wicll recollect, a subscription that wass got up to nimake the ouadoliSiddleback towvards W ingocarribee. Theroe was about £5i) suascrilied, and £t50 liiore received froln Governmncit, anid tenders called for, and one was accepted from Jecrard Irvine, td do the g oik for .2 10s. pr chiain, o foeeo twie. 'd Thedi; was a committee formed in order to see that the workl was done according to contract. Now what I have to complais ofa is, that. the work is not done, nolther has there Ibeen any one workihg at it for these last throee months.' Thec roid shich theloy call dlone is from eight to ten feet wide, istead of 14. I understand tlhe coutractor has roceiced two parto out of threeof the money, and is threatoningi all sorts'if lhe does not geot'theo remainider. Now I thinkl tile committee are not doing their. duty if they.do not brinig the contractor before the ?Benclh, and mn...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ICAMAB STEIBM FLOUR lMILLS. :. LIST OF VOICES. , ' " £ .s;. d:: First Flour, per-ton ...-.. ...... o 1 01- 0 : D.., per 100 blbs. .............. 0 160 0: Secouds, per ton ............. .1210: 0 Do., per 100 lbs .... -.......... .0 18 0: Maxchine-dressed Mainze Flour, do.. '0' 10 0: Crushed balze, per.bushel "..;.; 0, 4.0 DIcan and Pollard,'ditto . 2.:.. .. O 1 G CB Wheelt nd Iaioe oureuhsodjfor cash, or taken in exclhang Tforflotlr, orrigst:grind. ilng. - - 3 J.. SHAlRPE & SONS. Nov. 21.;15863.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
>SYDN\EY tARKEsllTS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last rc. port as under:- £ s. d., £ s. d.) Flour, first, per ton .. 15 0 0 to 0 0 .0 Do., Seconds, per ton .. il? 0 0.." 0 0 0 Bran par usshel of 20 lb 0 1 6.. 0 0 0 Iiscuit, Cabin, per 1001bs 1 0 0 . 0 0 Ditto, Navv .. 0.. 0 15 0 ..O.0 00 itread, por'21b loaf .. ;'O 0 4 0; 0 0 Nfay, per owt 0 . O 6 0-:. O 9 0 Grass .. '"..- ~.. -0 3 0 .: .0 00:'0 Lunerne.. • 0., O 4 6 .. 0 6 0 Straw , . .. ". . 0 2 . .6 . . " hark, per do. .. O 4 9 0 5 G :Vheat, pbr bushel 0 5. :I;. 0 .. 0".6 0': teaf Inilb . . . O0 (uats,per do.. ?. 0 0 0; 6 6 .arley, per do ...' . 6O - ..O , Lamasb prr ..503 ; 9 0 Graan stulFperbiudl? ; 0 :.0?0:' 9 .,0 . 1 0 Jaoal, par lbc, o . 0~•0. 8~·0 ;4.; 00 2&: kfutton, per do. 0 3?..'0- 0 4 I'ork pas do . " :.:.?,.0'. 0 '62 ..'0. :0 64 sacl, pardil.''r o p..a do 6 . 0 - 0 6 eowm "l r rcuple .. O 3 . 6 0 4 •;s lsowls, per colD 05:...: 0 3 060. 6 .'. • Ducks, phr'dbo.·:.~ ".; ·'0·:8: 0.9:;.;,06 "o ]ucks, wild. pdr...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
ULLADULLA. (PioM oUnR COnsrR ONDENT) TEu' WRATiE 0 Con0tinues VCeI dry. The. winds very boisterous yesterday t:he gale. was very destructive, not oluy.to the pas; ture, but tbo thoe crops and also to the fruit tices. -There appears every prospect of a dry sumr; . -: T WnP s Ir?-. Cors are much affected witl rust, one-halfmay be destroyed; Tihe s ido extent of country over which this.dis ease hIas spread: i alahirming, ifinot to the country generally ,-cortainly to the agri .culturist. ?Man EvEREsTE .Whatever thlis: ontle man inltended. td say, I: anm p-lositive :of his actually siaying what I reported; sp that Ido not stand corrected.H Iemay,. per-. iapo be.able to explain. I should be sorry tohinder the success of his most admiiable cntcrtainmnint. But feel it a duty to criti cise expressions to which a mscaning maybe attached riot intendd,.and most objection able.
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
SYDNEY MAUli'RKE PRICE Whoat-oos Gid to G Osd per beshel. Maize-11s 9d to8?lOd ditto arley, Mealtii ?3,, 6d to 4s Gd per buoslo-e. D )itto, Cape-t s.O'to 4s d0 ditto " Ohts--Gs 0d to 7s Od ditto Bran-ls Gd to Os Od ditto. lour--lst; l£15 per ton' :' l)itto, 2id-TL£18 ditto ' S1ay, Lucerno-£3 0s io £4 0s ditto Ditto, OatenL-£ to £7 -'ditto P'otatoesi-£8 to' £10 ditto Oniois--s oiio in maioket.': ' ..lButter-7d to 'd por lb. lioney--4d to 'd per lb. Bacon--7d to Sd ditto . hocsce-7d toSd ditto'- '' EIggs--10d to ls per do..: :'- :': .Powls--3s 0d to 4s 0d per coiople::: . DI)ucks-ls 0d to ds 0d per ditto 'L'turkoys--7s to.14s:ditto: ..:::.. calves-10sO to'l ':: PEigs-ld to Od peur llb iides-.do tol10s echli GRAllAMt L MULHOLLAND; Nov.21 13. ing:st tcet W?Vt, Sydntey,
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOWRA. NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
COURT OFb PETTY SESSIOSS, NOWRA. NovEnMBin 21. (Before K. Mackenzie, Esq., J.P.) John Smith was brought before tile court by constable' Grieves, on the charge of stealing rug which was produced in court and claimed by A. Elyard, Esq., as being liis property, There being but one magis trate present, the case was postpouned till Tuesday'next, and the prisoner remanded. .We hlave been visited with fearful weatlher.diring tihe past week-hot winds in hInurricanes particularly, and dry weather generally, whlui are destroying everything, and making tlhe farmeris look very blue with their prospects, and they have, indeed good reason. WVheat is ruineid with rns, andpo tatoes are perishing and the weather is too dry for corn-planting.. We now have the road opened, arid a good one from Greenvell P6int to.Nowra direct, For a l?:ioof of tlie advantage of this road being opehed, onii has onlj tbolook at tlhe traflic that is noes"on it. f:tis surprisihg. so much oppositiodi auas given to the open ...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattle.-MaIrket steady at' last- Wvek's quotations. Prime mobs are wvorth £5 to £f5 lOs. Fat Slicep.--Large nimhbers of prime floecks have come to hand whichl have caused a down ward tendency. Primen flocks witlh wool may Fe quoted, 14s. to 15s.; withlout, 10s to lie. Store Stock.-Nothline to report. ]Iorses.-- Good upstanding colts are in do runod. I anticipate a good market for useful stock for some time to come. Milch Cows.-Very difficult of sale. l'Produce Sales. Railway Auction Depot.- 'I'The supply of calves was not so large as esnal, :nd e not e primce to hand. Latlbs, a full saupply; anything prime realised extreme prices, while inferior are scarcely saleable, as tihe followineg averages will pro;ve:-Ander ::on's, 10 at (i 10 : Wren's, 1I at 10s 3d; )xley's, 200 at 10s 'ld ; Iowec's 20 at lis d : e)oylu's, 18 at 17S 3d; Fitzp:ctrick's, I at It7s; 'liller's, 22 at Icis 9d. Pigs were very plenti ful, and came t, a vcry cdull market: much sower prices...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NUMBA. NOVEMBER 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
SIIOALAAVEN. (FROMr OUR CORIIESPONDENT.) COURT OF REQUESTS, NUJMBA. NovrEonR 18Th. (Before Messrs. Aldcorn and De Mestro, Esqs., Justices.) Elizabeth Isaics v. James Dawes. - Claimn. £2 ]2s. 3d. for goods. Defendant denied his liability for ccrtain potatoes con signed to the plaintiff's agent, which had not realised the sum he had expected they would, having rotted on their way to mar ket. Verdict for plaintiff, £2 10s. Od,, and costs G5. Same v. James Ward.-Claim £9 l?s Sd, for goods. This case arose out of some little irregularity which had crept into the account between the parties.. Their Wor ships, after a patient examination of the ac count, gave a verdict for plaintiff £2 10s Sd and costs of court 5s. Tile material part of tile discrepancy was caused by an order for £3, made payable to thle plaintiff, which, according.to plaintiff's statement Ward had aeceptcd, but now denied; consequenotly, the hBench could not give a verdict for that A. transfer of the publican's general li...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
SHIPPING I'TELLIGENCE. POp£ OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. November 13.-Adelaide, larqie, 350 tons, Csptain lirkcnshalw, from iAueklaid 22nrd ul tino, in ballast. Novnmbcr li.--Nortlham, P. and O. S., Cap taii Skottowe, from Oallc, via Mclbournu. November 17.-Colonial Eimpire, ship, 1200 tonl, Captain Ross, from Fahlnouth 14th Au gast.-Noville, ship, 715 tons, Captain Robin son, fruom the Downs 19th August. Novelnlmer 1S.--Cauaan, shill, 00 tons, Cap tail Wilsou, from the Downs 8th August.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 November 1863
THE "INDEPENDENT". GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUARE, KIA3EA. TI-E PROPRIETORIS beg to inform the Phublic of Jambcroo, Gorriogong, Shoal haven, &c., &c:, that their Oflico is replete with every description of the most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, oR0DERS, &C., Which enables thornem to execute work in a style equal to any other office in tlhe Colony, with the utmost accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornmontal Printing, in every ariety and style, inecludling Pamphlets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars. SSocieties' Rulecs Labels eports . ' Posters Billhleads Iand Billi Dusiness Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreontlits. They hope, by modeorato charges, ldeatness and accuracy ill the execution of their wirk, with punctuality in completing orders, to so cure a share of public patronage. . " tir In terms of.the present postal arrange men's, Priuting can be forwarded to any part of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. The INDEPENDENT is publishe...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. BENDEMEER. Sunday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLGENCE. (FPOM THE BnALD AND EMP IRE) - JBENDEMEER few ayssine aSuinday; 6 p.m.~ A· few daiys since a,.youh.ledterninfreg sfom tlhobush;. suddenly, am inlupon tiso.?armnd iion]lyiti iisPambnisocade 'slior t'distance : froni thoe toad. 'Onegotiupg nd priic: sented a donubl-barrel! in antid shouted out; but lhe could 'not licar, whatthe: hbislsangers said,; aid gadllpcd off::.This occurred;be tueei eit?l?iky an'nd Tyrrellis ThJh police have boen indefti ablo.: A grcet quanti> of wool his .boen sent froin the surrotudinu .stations. : Contoractors for tl;e tis: bridges hbaoear rived and comimoneed opeatiions .: