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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

{To the Ediior of the Illaivurra Mercury.) Sir — Among the most imporUnt portion of your publications pertaining to the^distiict, is that of the vaiious cases b. ought beioie the Bench at Wolltmgong. First it shows the parties «ho aie Binch customers every lortnight or thiee weeks, secondly the character ot such, and thirdly the public, by judging, ahull take warning to keep as clear as possible of their siiaies. 1 am sorry to say that W ollougong cases have been proverbi.'I, for many yeais p..st, for lulne swearing, as asseited by Mr, Justue Them, boih for random and malicious oaths : and it such peisons come twice befoieany court, 1 have known', in thepuentcountiy,. the keen repioot would be '? Go down, sir, I don't believe a word you swear :' I need not add that this kind ot public reproof tells. For fineen yeais striding in the colony, I have only had two. Bench cases, and I was astonished at the host 'to swear w hat they know noihiii' about, and leady to offer their sei vices i...

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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ELECTIONEERING TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

ELECriONEERING TACTICS.. ?? w ?. The exercise of what seems to ais, and really -is, 'one of the most important righrs'and privileges of the citizens of a free state, namely the election of members to represent tl.eir interests , in 'Legislative Councils,'- has ? by 'custom (more honoured indeed in the .present case, in the breach tluui the observance) been amended by 'so .many palpable' absurdities, and also surrounded by sa.mtwy uncalled for expenses, on the part of candidates, tha't'it»isra source rof' wonder and astonishment .to us,' how imen- in1 -thef en lightened era, of the nineteenth' century,1* can ^submit 'to tltem. Instead of dealing with an' election as one iof the - most serious businesses of their political existence, ' all parties, - candidates- and- -electors, for the time, seem utterly to have forsaken their more prudent habits,. and to have adopted characters 'as diametrically opposed to their eyeiy-day-life, as light to darkness, .i !?„,,. We Cf'n forgive the dail...

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THE BIBLE AND POLITICS. To the Editor of the Illamarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

THE BIBLE AND POLITICS. To the Edito) of the Illamarra Mercury. With your permission, 1 wish to offer a few suggestions to mv iellow electors on a subject which, 1 fear, is not generally con sidered. I may take it for »i anted, that, with very few exceptions, we ah acknowledge the inspiration of the Bible. This being the c--se, we aie bound to pay the utmost deference to its instiuctions. If it teaches pulitici, they must be the Inst. If it denounces a piocedme, th.it pioteduie is assuredly wrong. If it piescnbes a duty, tbedience will secure good results. Kow, it i& an important question, ' Does the Bible dictate any thins; respecting:, politics ? ' or, '? Are its principles in unison with, or in opposition to, anv of the political parties of the day?' What suever i& coutiaryMto its must be injurious to society, and such le^iMrttion should immediately be lepealed. I do not envy the mm ng.iinsc whom the citilerv ot Heaven is directed. I cannot much le&peot th...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

TO OUR READERS. We purpose publishing1 an extraordinary on Wednesday evening which will contain the whole of the proceedings connected with , the Nomination on Tuesday, and will be ready for delivery in the - town on that evening, and for despatch by the Mail to thejSouth ward on Tlnnsday. 4 '

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"THE DEVIL IS IN THAT MOON FOR MISCHIEF." (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

'THE DEVIL IS IX THAT MOON FOIt MISCHIEF.' (la the Jb'dttor oj the ulawana Mercitn/ ) ' ! Sir — Ir is an old piuotiee for the advocates' ot a bild ciutse to have lecouibo topeisonality and abuse when they have'becu worsted in ciiuument. If petsons of this stamp, in avoiding the moie lionoiable course of dia.ectio contest, wid do themselves the houoi to di^cii s public questions in template language, we m.iy endea vuttr todttt-l a-- com teoH--l,- vrtth them ai a piopei contempt foi their factious hostility will jillwv ; but let them not attempt,/by Ivnu insinuations, or gioundless epithets, to bring us to their ovui level, lest, they find that vvheie wo me impie»nable they themselves in ty the pccithm ly open In assault. Ei mn such sci lbblei s as these, f v\ho-e pi inci pies have been made subseivient to then inteiests , little advantage could be leaped by theptiblic. Like the detot rued bibblerot old, whose delight was to vilHy the heiods ot his day, , the* lu\o traibiiretl up the ...

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EPISODE IN LUCIEN BUONAPARTE'S DIPLOMATIC CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

'EPISODE IN LUCIEN BUONAPARTE'S DIP'L'O , . ,''?? MATIC' CAREER. - . . .v-'f(jB« the Roving Englishman.) ? ' There is' 'a laughable story about Lucien Buonaparte, which ..shows' that the dignity and previleges enjoyed by ambassadors may sometimes lead them to do some strange' things'. While Lucien was ambassador at the Court of Charles IV. of Spain, he became enamoured of a .Spanish lady. She had a husband ; but returned the advances of the ambassador with all the liveliness arid snirit of her countrywomen. Her husband was not a philosopher. He did not consider the subject with that calm and refined courtesy which should always mark the intercourse of a true gentlemen and his wife. In vain the lady besought him to consider the excellency of her adorer ?; in vain she insisted strongly on the usages of good society in Madrid ; in vain she proved to him (bsyond a doubt) that the snow in the immediate neigh bourhood of the North Pole was not so friged as she ; in vain she delicately all...

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English Extracts. A SAVINGS BANK AT THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

-$? ngfeli (0xfrart0; , A, SAVINGS BANK AT THE SEAT OF WAR. (From the Daily Naos.) ' Between the popular supposition that soldiers, somehow are always a drunken set when there is opportunity, our knowledge of the shameful amount of opportunity they have now in the Crimea, and the conspicuous spectacle before the eyes and filling the letters of correspondents from '.., ., tlie camp— the spectacle of whole rows, groups, and even - : '?crowds of soldiers under punishment for drunkenness, we ' snem to have concluded that it is 'the manifest desfny' of the British soldier to brutify himself in this wr.y. With all possible earnestness and seriousness, and on the ground of actual knowledge, we declare every conclusion of the kind to be false and unfounded. The poor fellow under punish ment, whether reckless or ashamed, is no fair specimen of 'his order. His money is forced upon him in small sums at short intervals — he has no proper place to keep it in— aiid.'he must be indebted to the ben...

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CHANGE IN A RECRUIT, AND WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

I ; CHANGE IN X RECRUIT, AND WHY ? A year or two passes, and you meet the same lad again — if indeed he is the same. For a strange -change has come over him :he walks erect, he speaks clearly, he .. looks you boldly in the face, with eyes full of intelligence and self-respect ; he is become civil and courteous now ; he touches his cap to you ' like a soldier ;' he can afford now to be respectful to others, because he respects him- * self, and expects you to respect him. Yn'u talk to him,. '- and find that the change is not merely outward, but inwardly ; not owing to mere mechanical drill, but to ' something which has been going on in his heart ; and, : ten to one, the first thing that he begins to talk to you ? ? ibout, with honest pride, is his regiment. ' His regiment! Yes, there is the secret which has wo -ked these wonders ; ? there is the talisman which has humanized and civilised ? and raised from the mire the once savage boor. He'r belongs to a regiment ; in one word, he has ...

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AUSTRALIAN WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

? AUSTRALIAN WINE. ' ' (From- the Times.) ,The following extract from Professor Owen's report on the 'Paris Exhibition is worthy of n'otioe : — , ' Jn the department of Australia'^New South Wales) the'evidence of the increasing importance of tlie vineyards of that colony ; in the specimens of wines exhibited by Messrs. Macarthur, King, and Brown, is deserving of special notice. These wines include white wines, akin to those of the Rhine, red light wines like those of Bur gundy, Mousseux varieties, with 'a bouquet and body flavour equal to the finest champagnes. Muscats, and other sweet wines; rivalling the Montignac of the Cape. Some of jthese vines were the vintage of 1839, bottled in 1842 ; 'others had made the voyage round the world in wood. The verdict 'of the expert^ was much in their favour, for Vhereas in the wines of lEurope the numbers indicative of quality ranged from as low as'2to'18, 'the lowest number assigned to the Australian specimens was 7, the' highest 15, aud the ...

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NORVALIS AND MR. PICKERING. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

NORVALIS AND MR. riCKKKING. (To the Editor of the Illaivarra MercuruA .;._ Stn— From vow hist number I perceive tlmt Mr. Pickering has taken great offence at some strictures of mine, relative to his ! ?^position as the conductor of Bell's Life. The good piople of: .,., AVbliongong have put themselves to the trouble of giving 'three i groans' for ' Norvali.s.' I did not till 1 saw this, know that I was of so much consequence. This public demonstration has put ,11 feather in my Ciip, and I mean to wear it. .But lot this pass , vox populi is not alwavs vox did. Were it so, I should never mrei anothei sv liable. The electots ot Wollongong and i miv ?be very good friends after all. Of this at all events I am con- I seiou-.,' \iii , an earnest desiie to benefit them by Keeping them , iiotn the wolves which, at tunes like the pto out, appeu among them in sheep's dothm». lou ha\e youiorlr, Sn, lullv met with Mr. Pickering's nonsense about '? siicriieue.' I thought Mr. Picketing was' p s--es...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

dMgmal Cnmspntikiirt -;[ttis to be distinctly umiMStood thnt -wr do not idontify ourselves with tho : opiuions of geutleuiHii availing Uiimisulvus of the opportunity of iiUvo ' eating thuir views in tliia ilupartment, of our journal; noreiju we uud«r take to insert any comuumiditiuii not having this writer's nuino ? and address attached thuruto— not uucutssitrily for publication, but us a guarantee of good faith. — En.'J

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

. ' . . 'SYDNEY MARKETS. pitrcus of' Fi,ouu/ j , Afpssv! Barker and Oo.: The suppjv of wheat, is steady, price as last quoted — Ss. to 0s. pei bushel Flow is' without .dferatioti ; fine, 201. second, quality 241 per ton. ^Bnui. Is. to 1». 3d. per biv-hel. Mr. Ureillat: The supply of wheat lully meets the wants of the tiade and prices continue steady, at fiom 8s. to 9s. piti bushel. Flour remains as last reported — fine 261., seconds 241. Bran Is. per bushel. . - ? ' ' ' POri.TRY AND DAIRY TKODUCK. Vowls Hs. to'R, dunks 5-. to 0s., peese His to 12s./ turkeys 10s. to IX pigeons 2s. per couple; roasting pigs 6t to 8s. each : provisions Is to Is 3d cheese 6d to Sd bacon aud hiinis lOd. to Is., lard 8d. to 9d per Ib. ; e^gs 2s to 2s 3d per dozen. 1 ' FORAGR. ' ' ' Ttav 61 1 to 71 10s ; strnw 2L 15s , to 31. 5s per ton ; maize 2s. Sd. to 2s 9d per bushel ; gieen food, 9d. to Is. per dozen bundles.

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, [?]½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

Cnmmmial Stttdltgnia SYDNEY MARKETS ' ? . ? Saturday Evening, *V- o'Ci.ock. t s. d. & s. a Flour ? ... 2(5 0 0 to 20 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ... ... 0 8 0 0 9 0 Jtiiiy.u (advancing) ... f ;.. 0 3 0 0 3 9 Oats (Scotch) ? ; ... ? 0 4 0 0 C 0 1'otiitoes (lookinp upwards) .... 3 1!) 0 3 16 0 Onions, per cwt. (dull) ... , ?...'. 0 0 0 0 8 0 Hay, per ton' ... .V. ? ' ..; 400 600 ltark .. ..;;?-. ... ;i : i ... ; 4 40 6 5 0 1'ig-. per Ib. (m demaud) ... 0 0 8 0 0 0 V ilvcs ? 10 0 15 0 Fowls, pei pair (glutted) ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 inters ? 0 4 0 0 5 0 Gmc ... ,... ... ... ''0 8 0 0 10 0 Turkeys ? 0 12 0 0 16 0 lUittei, 1st quality, pei lb. .. 0 13 0 13 Ditto, intVnur (unsaleable) ... 0 0 10 0 11 Chue«u (coloiiial)'it ...',... 0 0 7 0 0 9 Ejjg«. per do/en ? ',020 026 JSaeo ?, per Ib. (-earee) ... ' '... 0s 1 0 0 ,1 1 - Hams ' '? (ditto) .. ...'oil 0 1 8l Laid/ .'.. ' .'.. ; '- .:. '.. 0(0 0' 0 0 S Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands ; .... 0 18-0 0 18 0 AKMSTttOJfG A^D'FUI.riER. Commission Agents,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

The Steamer Ulawarr a. -fc**?rir- HP H E A 11 O V E AT E S S IS'L will continue to leave ffirK I WOLLONGONG FOR SYIfNFAT QiSSJ'iS Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, punctually AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. AND SYDNEY FOR WOLLOXGONG, Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Nine, a m. 249 ? CHARLES FAIRS, Agent. Steam ; between Kiaina and Sydney. j,^. mHE KIAMA STEAM NAVIGATION COM $M:ft 1 PANTS. STEAMER KIAMA sails, regularly twice i£3S§§; a week between KrAMA and SYDNEY, leaving ' ' KIAMA. , , , zvery Monday and Tlmrsdny, at 1 p.m., nnd VICTORIA WHARF, 'eRSKINE-STREET, SYDNEY, - every Tuesd-u and Fiiday ni^lit, at 10 o'clock FAItLS . — '' ' ' '' Cabin, los Steeiage,'10s. ' ' ''' ' 1 The KIAMA will call at WOLLOXGONG for KIAMA every Satuuliiy morning ; and from KIAMA to WOLLOAGONG every Mcuday. - ? ^ ' ^ ' ' FVUT.S: — Cabin, 7s. 6d. Steprage, 5s. 152 Steam between Shellliar'boiir and Sydney. j. T n|M4K STEAMER KIAMA, will leave SWELL 4'Ep A HA11BOUR for SYDXLY, every 1HURSDAY, CitlSgij at 2...

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COSTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

CO i ASTERS INWARDS. IFaich 1 5 — TTuiiter (s ), from the Hunter, with'49 bales hay. 12 bags wheat '54 hfus onions 3 coops poultrv. 4 eases eir!j;s, 1 ban; potatoes, -and sundries ? Pollnrov (s) fiom the Hunter, with 11 ttusscs hay, 61 bags grain, 33 bags potitues 28 IiuU -, -W «-heep 1 Iiorse.and sumiries. , , ?\rueh 17 — Industry William nnd Uotsv. nnd Elizabeth, from , Hu- ll iwkesiiuiy, i ith 1710 bushels mai/u, 145 bushels whoii. 200 bushels oats, 100 1100 shin'cles,400 leet timber. 4 boxes frui i ; Pat.erson («.). from the Hunter, vith 13 bundles «l»ms 4 bundles leather. 19 casks tallow, 145 trusses bay. 11 biles wool, IS bags m ii/e 3 coops poultry, 5 cwses t'Sg-s, 00 bigs bran, 4 i lses tin 2 pus and sund ie« : Thistle (s.), from t.he Hunter, with 50 ba-:» flour, ')0 h i.b maize, 9 casks tallow, 49 trusses hay, 3 pigs, 1 coop poultry, and snndues \X r h IS — TTnip andTlo^er of AVexford. from ?fewpastlo with 214 bushels wheit 57 bushils m ii/e 116 tons co:ils,2S bushels barle...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

^lljinnTiTiT iDpftrfrf ^nirfliiwtrn* KIAMA. [FROM OUR OWN GOKRCSPON'DnXT.] Exports — This week the exports by the Kiamn were not so gren1 as usual, owing to the impassable state of the road*. They ( ?were 1 30 keg-* but er, 1 0 hags potatoes, 40 bags onions, 4 bags wheat, 11 calves, 1 cask, tallow, 1 case cheese, 6 boxes eggs, 4 pigs, 1 coo]) fowls and suiidiit-s. Bush B nk Steam Mill. — We notice with delight the progress that !?- beim- made, in the building of this, flour mill,— its stone wor!;,is now finished — \ s Steam Engine is putting up,— and, it i» thought that in the cour-e of three months, from the present time it will be ready to commence 'rinding wheat Last \ear we sus tained greai lpis, in having to' convey our wheat to Sidney, and theie exchange it on terms very disadvan ageous o us. foi fl uir. Such Iohn in tut lire wt need not incur, as wema\ have our wheat giound to om satisfaction at Bu«,h Bank Mill It N to be hoped, that, Mr John Shaipe, the spiiiied niopiietor o...

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Local Intelligence. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

lunil SiiiLiligim SALE OF CHOWN LANDS. The lots described hereumler will he submitted tn public auction ? on the oOth April, at, the (Jrown Lands' Office, Wollonyong1. 1. Giinulen, 39ji, nenr Mount Keira ; commencing1 iit-the north east corner of' T. Evans' 30 acres, and bounded on ihe ' south by the north 'boundary of a mpasured portion or 60 aiires, being a line-iir all 'bearing west 19 chains 50 links ; on the west by part of the, east bouiid'-iry of a measnied portion ot 53 acies being a line hearing north 20 chnins ; on the northrhy jjart ot the south boundary 'of'a measured portion of 82 acres 3 rood's and 8 peiches, ? being a line benrih' east 19 chains 5U links to the north-west '» corner, ot'-D. James' 25 acres ;'and on the ed'stby the we--t boundary - of D..J.imes'j25, acres, being' a line beating' south 20 chains to the north-cast corner of T. Evans1 30,acres-(af oi eaaid. Upset price £1 , jier a-:i e. 2. Uainden, S2a.'3r op.; pansn unnamed, near mount Jiena ; uommencing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

To the Electors of East Camden. /''i ENTLtiMEN.— At the- request of a number of the Electors, \JT 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 influenital residents in the dis trict, I was urged from various quarters to do so, I felt I would be v'anting in my duty to my adopted country if I refrained from answering the call thus made to me : for it is only, I conceive, 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 are, especially on those subjects which are likely prominently to occupy the attention of the Legislative Assembly thus, for the first time, called into existence. With regard to the N...

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HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

HOUSE MARKET. TSurt. TIasenll, nnd Co., report the s Lie of u 1 irge numlwi of liorscu during the wui'k, principally of n medium de«cuption Prices loi harness hor-ms havo liinguil from 201. to 471. each, saddle hoisusiibm 101 to J41., curt horses ?friun 251. to 501., two pairs of carringe hoises for exportation to ValparaiRo 1001. and 105. At the (hittle Mai-kit Yaids we hm c- ,«old 20 colts and fillies, bred by the .^^^'.s^rs. lfouso Jit an a\erngc of 141 poi- head ; _'O uiaies bred by A. liurrv, Esq.. Shoalhaven, from SI to 171. per he-id : 40 colN bred by ?,l-aviil Boll, Ksq., Liverpool, at au average of ubout 91. 10s.; und sever.il ifiijiallor lots at lower figures.

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Sunday News. SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

^ijtonj Utniat SYDNEY ELFCTION. The official declaration ot the poll foi the citv of Sydney was jn ide b\ the Sheufi: on Thuisday, as pieuonsly mtiimued Theie Wt-s a veiy l.uue attendance, numberni' sevei.il thousands. The pievalent feeling, was anxiety to. hear the state of the pull, which ? was evi iced so unhustakeably when the Shei iff stepped foiwird to ttddiess the meeting, that he was not allowed to pioceed with some ddses vations, explanatory and otherwise, which he wished to in iUp, until he had s itisfied the gencial wish. The hustings used on the day of election, had been ieiiK»ed, but an election w.i-» vih piowded but ot so tempoian achaiactei that, the tour can didates (the bunch) refused to mount it, but lemnined in the cro Ail until the Shenff had declaied the memheis polled, atter which they retired with' their ;triendn 'to their coniniitte rooms. The Suriuff then came fonvaid, and 'declared the members as follows : — Cowper ? 3,073 Parkes.'. ? 3,057 Campbell...' ? 3...

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