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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SYDNiY MIARKETS. The Sydney palers of Saturday last re port as under: £ s. d. £ 's. d. Flour, first, per ton .. 15 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do., Seconds, per ton .. 13 0 0 .. 0 O'U Bran per bushel of 20 lb 0 1 "i .. 0 0.4 0 Biscuit, Cain, per 100bs 1 0 0 -.. 0 0 0,0: Ditto, Navy .. . 01 .. 0 O 0 : Bread, per 21b loaf .. 00 4'.. 0 0 0i }Iay, per cwt .. .. 0 6. 0:'. 0'7 Grass .. .. .. O 3 0 .: ! O .'d O' Ltncerne .. .. .. 0 .4 . 0'.. 'O'G.~O Straw .. ..., tO 5: 6 0 ..;:0'' I 6 Bark, per do. **V \,., '" ' :.. 0-57 *U:" Wheat, per bushel ". ;.\;5 .0,.;,0:; 0 6 0 Oats, per do. .. .i0.' 6.0 6 6 Barley, per do .. -.0.a *,-'4, C .. O o 0,.:O Maize, per do .. .:'. ' .9.. 0 4 -8 , Green stuff per boudle. ...O 9" .' 0 '. 0!L deef, pur'lb . ..'; 0 0 b Mutton,'por do; ...'-0' O 0 0 0 1'ork ?erdo .. .. , 0 :6;. B Veal, per'do .. ' ..O '0 O/.6 ...O': Iamb, per qr. .. ..' 0 .a- "It '.'0 P"0 ''owls, per couple ... '0 3 G::. O;4'0': Ducks, per do.... ..' 5 0 ' . 0' Dulcks, wild, per do '.. : 5 0.0 .'0 O Geeso pe...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
CO?I?IERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMIA STEAMI FLOUR MIILLS. LIST OF PRICES. £ s. d.. First Flour, per totl .............. 16 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ................ 0 16 0 Seconds, per ton .............. 12 10 0 DI., per 10 lbs. ................ 013 0 ?Mlchino-dresscd Moaizco Flour, do.. 0 10 0 Crushcd Moize, per bushel ...... 4 0 Brnn asnd Pollaril, ditto ......... 0 1 6 S Wheat and lIauzo purchased for cash, or taken jiu xc~bangOffor flosu, or grist grind Novg. 1 SH" P"E " O - or;' 10, 1883. &lt; '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
GOOD E'irs. 'Jf HE Undersiged hits addcd since his . forumecr advertiseinents, a general as sortment of Groceries, whichl the pulie will see, as per advertiscd list, are a con siderable deal lower than avrcrge prices now ruling in KIuiaii. They are all of the best quality, especi ally currants, iaisins, spiCes, &c., just fittedl for imaking either/uan/nglishi Irish, or Scotch pilum pudd/./ E]nglish Hl-amns liu.heelelcs reaso first class, at very lo pr ces. He has also addd s third lot of Sugars (Company's .No1 i d Mauiritius). These are of good quality, and will be sold very cheap. - He .has als opened two cases of Iron Bedsteads, consisting of single sand double four post, halft' tester, Tentt iiandI Frenich. These are all very moderate in price, and Wcercpurchased ere the late advamc!e in bed steads took place. All persons hsiving cash inhanudiare invited to buly. Those having accounts at my shop will be treated as tush customers. G. BULLEN. List of Prices at George Bullen...
NEW SCHOOL AT BROUGHTON GREEK. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
NEW SCHOOL AT IHlOUGH TON CREEK. (Commun?icated.) This school, which is a neat and compact new builling, has just been opened, and has accommodation for thirty children. It has been erected by Mr. George Tate, on a piece of his land close to the main road, for the education of his own children, and for the children of the neighbouring farmers. The school is under the management of an experienced teacher. The fees are mode rate, and the system of tuition is non-sec tarian. Many children who have been growing up without instruction and under little control, will now be brought under the tem pering influence of good manners, and of an elementary and christian education.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
MISCIELYLANEOUS, R.~AIN mAIIN(o.--'Lhte rainfall of a district ca:i be altered hy tree-llantinig. ThIe Iloods whichl desolate certanl dci;artmicnts of I:ranice periodically have been logically traced to the destruction of nllent fiorests far firewood. Tlhe forests at the heads of the great rivers supplsing the timber floated down them on rafts to pirovide the towns and cities upon their banks with fuel, were iwoniderful valpour nets obr c iching, aind reservoirs fbr keeping, humidity. It is astonishing how smuch wect a single tree eat catch, ketcp and use. A helianthuas three tiet high has forty feet of surface. As for the humidity caught, kept, and used by a forest, ho would be a wonderful eslenlator who could estimate it. When, therefore forests, are cut adoow-n, the lowlands lying* beneath them suffer from the double evils of droughts and floods. Dn. Franklin used to say that rich widows were the only piece of second-hand goods that sold at prime cost. Dn. Franklin says that "eve...
SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. NOVEMBER 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
SHELLHAURBOi. (ronoM OuR05 conlsro'ODENT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. S- NOvMBEnn 21sT. Present, Tho e Oha?man; Cuncillor? 31'Gill, Ilussell,-Collins, M.artin, lenwick, Ervans, and Dlrnster.. Miinutes of last mceeting.wcre read and signed. Ai lettor was rcceived.from thie Works' Department, informing the Council thlat the. Governmeinnt wsere W'illing: for the jetty to be.'cominaceed fortthwith, provided the tender ilid slot exceed the £700 which lhad' been granted for that.purpose. Another Iclteruwas receised fom E. I. Evans relative to the assessment on his run knosni as' loatson's bush: He requested it to be lessoned, :as it was ialuediptdouble the amount of rent he was paying. A long and angry disclussion took place on this letter. .Councillor Evtuns argued, that it was the duty of the Codncil to lobrer rates onsll occasions when just cause of complaint was showna. It was .finally' settled, oh the motion of Councillor. Tes Wick, secondied by Councillor M?artin, that: as MrEv.:eans had'ne...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
N EW ZEALAND. THERE appears, we rejoice to say, a fair prospect that the war which the natives , have rocommeaced in New Zealand will be conducted on our part with greater sucoess than has usually attended our ililitaryoperations in that country. The importance of the proceedings just re ported must not be measured by the scale ,f the forces engaged or the dimensions sf the victory achic\ed. In these respects the encounter still bears somei resemblance to those combats in Caffraria iwhere fifty ambushed blacks would keep aL battalion on the alert for bhoors together, and re tire at length -with a loss which never 'could be disbovered. It shows the diffi cult and harassing character of these wars when we find that the enemy, against whom i050 excellent soldiers withi three Armstrong guns which'were carefully and nunxsiously marched at midnilght, consisted of only one-tfourthl of the number of savages, and it is regarded as a real-ex ploit to have put a score of these people 4sers de ...
POETRY. LOST IN THE ICY SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
..POETRY. LOST IN THE ICY SEA. .1·. [nr JEANi ING(EMIW. ,WHEN sormws build and tio leaves brenak orth, My oldsomwsn.wken e dtd cries; norI know thereolaso ntnthoe far, far north, And o soortt s 4otb rAset Like a scarlot foce th? snoW-teld' spsntds, And thie icy founts Tun r>d, And tie bergs lhlgin to oo' tAheir heads, And plungo and sail l.tlloeasn. Oh, mylost love, ad nmy own, own love, And my love that'loved nme so! Is thelre never a link in the world above Where they listen from words fromn below? Nay, I spoke oneo, and I grieved thee sore, I rcmember all Ithat I said, And uowfhoun wilt hear me no more, no more, Till the sea gives up her dead. Thou didst settlhy foot on the ship, and sall To the Ice-linlds and the snow: Thou wort sad, for thy love did nought avail, Andl the end Icould not know. IHow could I toll I sholdlovdde thee to-day, Whom that day I held not d.ar?. How could I know I shI uhi love thee away, When I did lotyovothec t neoroa We shall walk no torbtitouolh the...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
':.ItIAM._ COURT ?E IOEQUESTS. Messrs Fry, Moles, Collye and Kendall on the Benrhie . The various usses hidhi th weore biought for /adjudicatibn on this otehsioin occupied mueli tinie, produced -inprofitable and di.s putatious':.talk, and presented veiry little woitli :repoirting. Th 'p~iceeddihgs were :hicily iportant as illustrating" the mischief iaused liy-them practice of'leeping accounts in a.tbo frco' and easy manner, or, as f'ro quentl ' sappens,, by-not? kledpins them st sall: I iea fiat eassin particular showed the alimost ondless 'complicitions whichi are apt to turi upi; when on occasion of a disagree ment between neigligbotirs; acts of .iecom sniodation whihl at the timd are regarded by one or both piarties as more good truns come toh be mnde matter of:Dr. and Cr. JOIloFFICE v. WATsO. SPlahitiff claimed payment of a variety of tioins for value reIeieved by defeindant, vie.., :th iplooughisi," of a piece of, gi$rden ground, ,a dey wvork in clhippmg-in green fodder hi of-a...
MUNICIPALITY OF KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
M .. UNICIPALITY OF: KIAIA. ' The Council met at th 'Council Chaiaibor on Wednesday. :Prbsent: TLho'eMayor and all the Aldormcn... The newly elected Aldermen, Maessrs. Fuller and. Boyd took the declariationl of bolice. . Alderman Cook brought-forward his inotion (which lapsed 'lt the precbdin meet ing on account of his absence) that distress warrants be issuied for the recovery of the arrears of all rates to the 11th inst. Alderman Pike secoiided 'fthe motion. iAlderman Fix'uller -iioveil as nii umend ment, Thiti the levy of iates be confined to those :only which li ere duo- ib the six months oeding Maylith, 18i3. SThei amendment was scconded by Aldor man Boyd; but was lost, and the orbiginal motion carried by a miajorityof 0 to 3. .The :yes weore- Aldermen Blow, Pike, Gray, eglish, Black, andl Cooi"'.:k :The noobs-the Mayor, ind Aldeimeo ia Fler iaud Boyd. .Aldlermau Cook second.:mintioh' P? hntte-.t?ieiraehocalled . -forft-libsoravio f.o qe 'noticesb fr paymen f ratcehfor thli twd...
KIAMA SCHOOL OF ARTS AND LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
IKlXIIIA. SCHOOL OF ARTS M AD - Li islERARY SO IE ).'" ?, 1rT~n:?:a soor ', The annual mceltig of \c'p of the above society, h ?,a, bb k p ed for several mo nt ebunn t non attendance of m~wNc ,,L a ,rouht to a clos on Wednocscc .;y 'veninc, , hu oleo tion of president, ic''presidten, and com mittee for tihe efisu lg year. Thonecting was a very smill one-we are asnhamed to mention the number prisecct. M?r. D. L. Waugh was elected liresidenit, and 1essrs.. Jolhn Marks and Johln DOmok vico-lpresi dents; Mr. Whittinghsan, t urasurer; Mr. Joseph Redford, secretary; Mr. Jolhn KICing, jun., librai'ian; llld thie committoo consisting of nearly all those who formed the bodylest year, with the nddition of Mr. James Harvison, i. Connell,Clas.Grahnm, George Turner, Joseph Weston, and one or two others. The meeting was presided over by Mr. W\rhittighghamn , who threw out, in the course of the evening, some excellent suggestioni fbr the futlure well-being of the society. . The reporl; having been...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
IUAMl.r POLICE COURTi (Beforre same Justices. 'W. H.: OIISEFY V. T. F:ARRiI iER'. Detentlioni of doiolt:' Plaintiff in tls case desired their mor; ships to milie an orderfor the delivoet b65a colt which lParrahler detainedl in pled or the paynmelitbf ex\penses for gra/ing: [Io Id applied many timesbut was constintly mot; with as "cel( Theo' Beench enade the order whiceh was sought Lfor, intimating to defendant that if plaintifil?:pisisted in refiising to pay for the grass, his (doeftendant's) proper eourse was to se for" teli 'amount, as the.dAotention of the colt was silligce
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
GAR RDENER'S OALENDAR. .:. - . ^DEUiEcIIElBR. Kimo"N OAdnoz?.*Weed and water. Sow and plant ,as during the.niontlhs of October and November.- ; ;OltcB~nn.-?Wed iud otllerwieo attend to rruit trees a? ithhonmonths of October aud November. ý'Faw ý ý .nri.ArDc--Th6 instructions for October and IN6ovombr napply for this month also. naE-ra d St surfa ettel, keep down waeds, roplace takes, destroy insects. SPIaELD .-TThI hay harvest should be completed this month. hI'le other tcllto opuratiot. are.but a olaill loi of those of October aad November.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
TO ADVERTISERS. ??E beg to draw the attention of Advertisers to the advantages whlich tLh KI??AhA INDEPENDENT now offers for their purpo'. This journal has met witlh an amouno t .fI success s'hielh las few paraliels in the history of local journalsim is Airlstrali. It reaches all parts of this and tle incigh. bouring colollcs, as well as thoso of New Zealand. Its circulation is most exten sivo in the south-eastern districts (for whlose benefit it was established,) espe ciaily in the counties of Camden anod St. Vilicont. The number of copies is sied ot this time, the colismoncemest of its second qliartcr, is iefhrly 900,.and is ., 'apdly i crcj sIing.
BATHURST. Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
iThis toss a-asl tlhroirninto od state op ns-. citeinent tliis. morning by" a report ±that GCilbert and IHall h'-iadnUe. a aaid upon thei residenae of Mij- Gihinri; nat Fitzgerald's; Svamp, thirte.en miles frolm heie, on thel Carcoar Road, and:that they had burned the premiusesi ..down. Soevoral gcntldmon startcd at once for thie place indicated; when it was found a.i c~sraefii li hoaxhad. been porpctrated. Is th.f hlso rumour is spreading, it is dosiriable it shofild .bo.con tmradicted, being. probably ,L riusoe of the buishrangers' friends to throw tMhe police ofl this scent; . .. .
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
ArLrHnon we have ecpressed our setisfae tion at the prospedt of the resumption of: the mnunicipal worlks, and intimated a hope that oour uopulation will recognise th .iiecessity of loolking to the condition of our roads, &e., we do not wish it to' be understood thait we think tlihe present municipal organisation in the dis tricbt the best thait could possibly be. We had hinted; we believe, thliat no intention ex isted on the part of the Corporatioii to at-. tenilpt to levy the rates due befdototlay last. Of ouise, until the votetof ooinducilhadblieen taken on tlhe matter,: it wes imipossible to speak with authority as to such intention; bht wo ..sic from varicous causes,led to bh lieo:e thoit (io efforrt o:'bild be ii~id b-t col letthe h?lhon!fi outstudine, arrears of rates, a conisiderhble: i'pop.ortioni o.df whibh ,1ad boen due for as miuch as tweo yers, land soine Sien from the date of the :fist assess nment.: Thfere was a verygndgneral' imnpres sion (where any'attention ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
WLEELY CALENDAR. aysogpf the Wek.( ~n~ ISunr~ise Sunse~t 3 on ULESD,"Y ............1)ee. 1 4 47 6i l "--- O WLEDNESDAY . , 2|4 46 ]l 652 7 1 T?,Uu6Asv? 1 ,a 4 46[ 0a 6 ' IOKIDAY, ............... | , *46. 665 S.TUNDAY ' ','6'51 '4a 4 506 67 JU,'CDAY ?......;..:..... , )I~r ish:412 '4? I o67 I " ? MONIY .7" '4 44 6S. " THE lAMA INDEPENDENT. TUESDAY, DECE.. ,- E i 3
BRAIDWOOD. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 December 1863
. . n.? woo,. Judge Cllalman who me wvt h ode yrit mo'with asrious019 accident. on S~atpi dy, and hid his jaw brolken. and six tooth knocked SioF" is pi·ro Rcossing favouriably 'under atho aitteridanbce of Dr.-3 cr.c, His Honor hias nof spoken or tasted anything sinuce ..thc accidoent· l'The escort leaves to-lnorrow w?ith 1406 OunccOS..: . The gold?ofields a.linove bee?i vry prolif this week. Ono: claii at Bell's Creeki siold for £000; too aidd a lialf ounces to tho dish and-, three footis asliing stuff'. Another claim sold for8. :-. -Weather very opljressive. XRain much wanted. - -. '-: -.