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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
LEGISLATi'VE ASSEMBLY.: ::, NovEMnEa 2,. Mr. 'W. Forster, Mr. Eag, r, Mr. Hol royd, Mr. Faucett, and Mr. Cowper, jun., took the oaths and their seats upon their, re-clection. Mitr. Forster moved that the house adjourn until to-morrow, the writs for the electoral districts of the Tumut and tIhe Southern Goldl Fields not beinigyct returned, and it being desirable that all the members of tho Ministry should be presenut when the expla nation litom the Premier as to the forma tion of the Government to whichl the Houso was entitled, should be madc. r. Moriarlty thllought that the House should go on wtiti the private business, and mioreover that Ian immetdiate explatliion should Ie given as to ia- previous attelmpt to form a Govermuent, 1Mr V. . Forster iand LMr. W. Cowper, who iwere both said to have bteet aftletctd thIercl., beIing prcsent. Mr. Piddington did niot see twhat the Miliistry thad to do with the omtission to re turni the writs in sutllietnt time, aund as to the intermedtiate ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
PAILTAME NB]j'VLLIGENOR [~nou zi n, u?~P 4ttlR LEGIS LA¶TIV COUNCL:. NOVEMEkil 2 .. The following now members weorosworn in:--John Blaxland, E.D. :s. Ogilvio, and Robert Johnson, sq SThe President an ? ed bhe rosipntion of tihe I-Ionorable E Butler:i daimemi betor of the Legislati uncil:,?' Mvr Plankett .an od that he had been appointed Vice ident of thile Exe cutioe Council anud.sonorary meinber of the Government; he ?leretted that the re turn to thle writ of elc?tion for Tumlt had not; arrived, and. that the Premier hlad in consequence o..not taken his seat in.the Assembly. He moved the adjournment of thle Council uitil.rWedlnesday neut.: After ai few roenmarksl from r. Hargravo and Mr. Koinp,. - The Ho[use adjournedat 4. 35, unitilWed. ncsday, tlhe o2nd Deceb ber. .
THE BLACKS IN THE KENNEDY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
THE BLACKS IN THE KENNEDY DISTRICT. A gentleman just arrived from the north informs us that the blacks in the Kennedy district have been recently very troublesome. About six weeks back a party of about a lhundred fighting mien, in full war paint and completely armed with spears and waddles, made an attempt to stick up the station of Mr\I. l.. . .Mac donald, at Strathlbogic, distant sixty miles from Port Denison. Fortunately his party had received timely intimation that the party was on the war trail, in feormation hiaving beeni brought iin s day before the attack by some nmen in the employ of MIr. Scott, whlo hitd been driven in by the blacks. It was also known that the party had made an attempt to cut off a young girl from another station about fifteen miles further out. She, however, had presence of mind enough. to cry out, and the alarm thus raised in stantly brought out some of her own people with guns (which, unfortunately, must over be. at hand) .to her assistance, at the sigh...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SYDNElYutgET PR E ~lTheot-A-q6 to6 Od. pe use Ma?ize-3s 10 Od:tos Od ditto ': ",· oarloy. Baltiig- . 6dto 40dslbr bisoiOls ' el SDitto.'Ope--3s,0d to 3s:6d dflitto'. ".-,:, ,: . ):?, .r. B 3to-7-oa OCdo t- 6 ditto:, " .' "'lor-lst,'r o £I pc r toii" hitto; 2id --13 ditto. e'gy, icern -£3 0s t Co£,0 ditto , fDitto, Otein--£ to £9 ditto, .: :Potatoes--£5 to £8 10s ditto'' .'' S.Oniiiois-N-oo o ii market.t .Iutter--6d to 9d per lb :Honey--None. 2Bacono-7d to Sd ditto i, Ocese-Gd to 8d ditto Egg-ls- per doz. owls-4s sd to 4s 0d per eoiiple 'Duek.o.-ls Gd to Os Cd per ditto PTurkys-10s to 20s ditto lves-s-l10s to £1 Pigs--d to Od per Ib' Hidcs--s to 12s eacht * GRAHAM & 1IULIHIOLLTAND, .. Nov.28,183. ing-street West, Sydney, Nov. 28, 1863.
CABRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
CABRA1M1TTA. ,RO3 . OUR1 COI?IESPONDENT.) Since I-last wrote you therue has not been anything in this: exceedingly dull place deserring notice. The weatcher has becn dly and vcry hot. All the wheaot crops in the neighbourhood arc ruined with the rust, and the farmers aro mowing it dlown for hay or straw, as it miay tuna out. SLast week a man was shot at on the Sydney road, a'short distance from Lans down Bridge, by a tramp to w'hom ih hit given a'liftin hIis.dray. The fcllbw made ofi'.with sonme'little money aid one of the dray horses,;:whic hel exclinged witliha lad on the road for a saddle-liorse, sacying lhe was ~oinog for the police, as hie and lis miate h nd. ec stuck up. The lad;in ifeir of also beinig stuck-iip if liedaivcnt down the rdad, lent thel horse,:' and was to stay swhere he was until the iinmi returned;.the accoutit does not say how long helo waited; but I expcat not; vry, long, ias the woonded man wus discovered: shortly aflter, by a person passing, auid'the nlarmi...
THE BUSHRANGERS. Forbes, Sunday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
THE 13US.IIANGE S ..G - iOi TII?e STDNEYIiORNI'G IERAsLD.. 1'orbeo, Sunlay, 10 p.m. On the niglht of Thirsday, the 19th in stant,:the station ofMr. 'David ienry Campbsell, knowin as Goimlubla, and dis stant about thirty-two iniles fl;om Forbes, woas .att8acked by. tho three bushrdagers, Gilberit O'eally dd Bnli Hall atquartoii to nitine o'clock;: whofrom the two houms' career they pursued in tlhat mnorabmle,' and-tb one of them- fatal. night; nore, eiidently as muchl aetueted by. a thirst for yeugeance as by mnotives:of spoilation. It will be recollected by those who have perused your coluinns, that Mr. Campbell has inade no secret of his :abhorrnce of these lawless freboetersj and that, stimu lated by theiri epeated onutrfiges'in this neighborhood, lhe soeio time oago started in pursuit of them,.:accomlipanied by .a few of hisinitimate fionbds. This 'was a sufficieint cause'of offeied t ttlie .! geutlo men of the road,". aid :their fiendish re sentment has.beebn onminore 'than one ...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SRAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. ., Fat Cattle. -The market is ,completely glutted, and prices since last report lave greatly receded. I sold, on Tuesday, at the Victoria Yards. 152 'head. Asheroft's, about equal sexes. Bullocks, from £3.'13sto#£4 8s; cows, £2 Gls to £3 19s; averaging 'round M£ 12s 6d ; and to-day, at the same pl'ce 1015, ED conjoined bullocks, from £3 3s to £3 1is; rows, £2 17s to £3 7s; average, £3 10s. Th remainder were withdrawn. SPat Slicp.-Thero is also a perfect glut in This market: the very primest flocks would not realise more than from 10s. to lls. I sold, : -n Tuesday, at the Victoria Yards, 1000, * LaInce's, at from 8s 4d to 8s 10d; average, S8s. 7d. SStore Stock.-Nothing doing. S-Horses.-Large mobs have arrived within the last few days, and miany others are close Sto hand, consequently a depression lias arisen, :nd first-class stock only can be disposed of at remunerative prices. Milch Cows.r-DAill of sale. Prime animals only caln l sold, at from £3 to £7. I ant...
SYNOD OF AUSTRALIA. IN CONNECTION WITH THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SYNOD OF AUSTRALIA, IU COvNECTION WI1n I TiH e TH STABIAISIED ciiciiCii OF SeOTLAND). The Synod of Australia, at their last an nual meeting, in compliance wsitli the request of the Rev, Win. Mitchell, ininister of Numbs, Slioalharen, agreed that the fol lossing oums, allowed by Gosernmient, be allocated as follows, viz.: £20) Ior Nuinba, £200 for Burrier, and'£200 for Tomerong, in thie Shoalhaven district, for as sisting to build three schools and three dsolehinf-hosise for teachers. Mrs. Maria Glaunville, the proprietrix of the site at Tomorong, in consideratios of the said Government grant of £200 fbr her locality, immediately arraiged in the most handsomie manuer, to convey over to the auntlorised party or parties, five acres of thee best grouiid on Iicr esatmte, as is gift for building purposes, play-ground,.naid teicher's direl ling, besides headine a subscription list for raismg the additional finds required by thei Goserminent in considerationi of this graut, so that the erec...
BUSHRANGERS AND BUSHRANGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
BUSIl-ftsNGERS A-ND BUSHI LNGIN&. .(P rom t e HIrald's Spec-al - ol'ter'tc-)' - :Having jist retuirned from:. a tour through those disricts m:nore piarticultrly isifested by the gang of btushi'aungoer of which Gilbert is the heead,:and knowing the greato interest that is felt;in Sydney on the sublject of these tnatauders, I sliall make this the first of the maiy -topics upon which I shall have to write: By their attack npon Mr. Keiightley, tihe gang have gone to the greatcst length to "which bushiagnging 'can be carried.; They have taken a prisoiler, and, after the style o·f the: brigands of Italy, have:held him. over for rnsom.:l It forms no part of my:.pupose to enter upon the cirmnm stances of that cmiS, except only to say tbhat by that net the bushralngers sealed their o wn oom. Every man of any.po sition i?? the infested district felt that Mr. Keightley's fate mighat ,t iny day be his, and thus wis originated for the first time amsngst the Wesinr residefbits a determina...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
IIHORSE MARKEIT. Mr. Charles MIartin repolrts There is still a very hlavily.stocked market to report, with a gradual decline in prices. Hlorses of good quality and condition meet with the readiest sale. but the rate at which all descriptions of stock are heing hurried down to the Sydney market, cannot result otherwuiso than in producing the mout injuriens :ffect. A draft of horses. mlohebrin forty live head, belongintg to Ir,. llohn o aaluaro, wasv sold at tihe Camperdown Sale Yards, on Tuesday last, at frtom £1 to £18 5o. per head. It is useless sentiUg anlg frcsh lots down for a * fortnight or three wecek. as, irrespective of thie .¶tazaarsales, I shall blie selling each conse. acutive day for the next i',c:k, at Camperdownt, at the rate of about fur:'y head per day.
POLICE COURT. NOWRA. November 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
POLJCTg.C RJ3~ Z ~WRA. (Before A. Iily?rd Bid James Graham, EsqrA) The Jolhn Smith, convicted under the 20 Vic., 28, onTuesday, was again brought up, char?ged with obtaining money under false pretenes froiom the Rev. R. W. Young. The prisoner, a large able-bodied, ill lookilngi man, pleaded gilty, and was sen tenced, under the 3rd clause of the Vag rancy Act, to fourtccn days in Noswsra lock up N vqEsusRn 28. - ham Esq.) Geaeor ?Lo.gbotdtm' s brought up in custody, by D. Hyrn, chalrged with dis orlderly conduct in tle Comnuercial HIotcl, and although be plo~iled not guillty, was lined 10s. Catherine Longhottom rwas next brought up in custody, elhargecdl by constable O'Con nor withl usilng obscene language in a public place. ShIe was rCpria'ulndCed and dis chinrged. " A LAIlrGE NuoET.-~'aulncs K. Tlulrray's p arty lhave jusst brought down froom Nerriga, a beautiful parcel of gold. including a nugget, valued a £11(). This beautifill piece of gold ias i', hardly an quartz ad Ieriug to ...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 1ST DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
ROSTETzRol TUiSDAT, 1st DECEMBE.E-McSfrs. Waugh Hindmarsh, King, Robb, and Iteddall. ROaTa roan TUrBn.r, SMi DEncral - Mesra . i. rry. T. Chapman, Markm, Miller, aud Charles.
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
COURT OF PETTY ESSTbONS, NOWBA. (Before the salio Justices.) Thomas Clhster alisds Brundee Tom, was ilaced at tihe bar charged by C. BIyley with" absritcting the contents of a money-box, thle sum beinge sccin'iA t under 2s. Peia, nlot guilty. Eotlc'dence it appeared that prisonersbpt il thA hlouse of Bayloy on the night previoeus to ftle robbery; and that iafter Bayley avnd his wife had gone out in the morning, a little girl who lived in the liouse,saw prisoner throughl a hole in the wall used as 'i window, take up the money-box and slilace the nmoney out oi the floor and thei pickl it 'up and put it in his pocket. Thlis girl not knowiig Wthcliture of an oath, andlhaving a iiittea tAit b ayley ihad told heri what to say; an tlCerI being no other evidence to bear oh the case, it was dis. missed. John Smith was ~rmed tFith stealing a rug valued ait 2 »lao property of A. Elynrd, Esq.; ple ot ~ guilty. The pri soner stated that he had sold the rug be lieving that 'Mr. EIyari hlad given ...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SHOAMAIAVEN. (FROM OUR CORlESPONDENTS.) COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. Koves.tiina 24. Before Dr. Maackenzie, Messrs. Thomson, Elyard, Waddington, and Grahlim.. W. and 2M. Brown v. John Rusliton. New trial. Claim £3. The defendant sought to set aside the verdict o the ground that his servant assisted thIi lailTk to get the horse in. The B.Bce toulhced the 'ormer verdict 5s., ? maliit 4t~t?'5ls., and costs ls.. Mr. Richards for plai iffs. Isaacs v. Behan; salne v. M'Manus, settled. Isaacs v. Aldous, claim £2 9s. 6d. The defendant complained of not .having it bill of items, but expressed his willingness to pay if he had tine given him. A verdict was. accordingly given withodit costs, for plaintiff. Execution to issue in'a month. .. ame v, .Tootin-claim si 10s., blalance of count. Defendant had sold a cabbage-tree hat to the plaintiff- for 14s., consequently she was in his debt 4s. Plaintilffho\over, denied this, and said the hat was merely left as a sort of security for the payment of the ...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS THE GALWAY LINE.-Tho Hibcrnia in her first trip has not realised the hopes of the friends of the Galway line. On her outward voyage she succeeded in reaching her destination within a few hours of tho contract time. But on her return sho was twenty hours late, and has incurred the heavy penalties prescribed in the contract, her newss having been all anticipated by the Persia, which started at the same time and won the race. Thle passengers woe 70 in number, of which 3I0 were " sto -aways," wlho had gone out from Galway in the Ad riatic on the lst instant. They were landed at St. John's Nwobundland on the Sth, and detclined there till the llth, when they wore put oil board the Hi?ernia, and brougl' back to their native land, having been welt" fed at the expense of the company " there and-back." Another contest is expected be tween the Scotia, of the Canard line, which is to leave on the 22nd, and the Adriatic which is to leave on the 23lnd. It is in portan...
ADVANTAGES TELEGRAPHING [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
ADVANTAGES OF TELEGRAPHINGo.-TTho follorilng appears fi the money article ofthe London Standard, and is worthy of the pcrusal of' mercantile men wiho pay their money to place their English correspondents in possession of the latest markets after the departure of tihe mail from Sydney.-"' Sub joined is an example of the mode ofcon ducitig foreign telegraplhic business :-' (i, Cannon-Street, September 7. Sir,-We enclose a telegram just received, vin Suez, from our Sydney firm. Messrs. Willis, Merry, and Co., w'hich is quite unintelligi ble to us excepting tih words " yourselves sold." This we certainly are, as we pay to the Submarine Telegraphl Company £3: for suclh information which comaes to us monthly insthis mutilated form. We art, Sir, your obedient servants. W. L. MlitIral and Co. -' Telegram. Market unaltered decliun probable market very active limit land ten Mansfield one Spence two yourselves sold hundrod.' "
FRIGHTFUL MURDER OF TWO MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
IFRIGIHTFUL llURDER OF TWO MEN. Carr's Ploins will for many a long year be notorious as the tragic scene of one of the most horrible murders that ever stained our colonial records of crime. The bodies of two young men, well known in this district, have been discovered tied to a tree, gagged, blindfolded, and tomahawked in a frightful manner. Their names are William Selby. a young man of about tswenty-fiv yealrs of age, and John Barnett, a youth of not more than eighteen years of age. Selby has been travelling for some considerable time past round the country parts as a liccised hawker, and on the 16th of October last lhe stated from Mir. MIaguus' store, Sta well, Pleasant Creek, in company with Ba:rnett; taking a spring cart and dray, containing about £1000 worth of clotlh ing, jewellery, &c., principally the pro perty, it is said, of Mr. MIagnus, a:nd a portion balonging to Sclby. The parties took the usual route, passing through Glcnorchy, and were last seen alive on Care'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
PR-I-d THE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PR;INTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUARE, tIA3tA. THiE PROPRIETORIIS beg to inform the Publlic of Jamberoo, Gcrringong, Shoal Iaven, ic., kc., thalt their Oflice is replete with every descriptionl of the imost modern PLAIN AND FANCY TyPE, IOnRDEIRS, TC., Which enables theml to execute work in a style equal to any other office ilt the Colony, with the utmssst accuracy anld desplatch. Plait anil Ornamental Printing, in every anicdty asd style, inclusdingl Pamphlets Law Flrorms Catalogues BIls'esss Circulars Sociticft' lRules TLalcls Rleports . Costers lillhlcads lhi Bills lusiness Cards Promaissory Notes Leases ASgrcctmnts. They hope, bIy stodlrate charges, slentlsses niud accurasy in to cxeciutios of thleir work, wilth punctuality in comlscting orders, to se cure a share of publtic platronage. 5?F Ins termts of thie present ipostal arrange ments, Printing can he forwardct to any part of tile colony at a mterely nominal rate of pastage. The INDEPENDENTS is publ...