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

Q1.-1' MURRAY'S Board and Lodging House, near the. steamer '? ; .Wharf, Shoalliaven River. ? . ? . '? . N;B.— -Carting done on moderate term?. ??...? i ? ! 116 .... A Card. ; ?.?..,;-? . : A RMSTRONG AND FULLER, COMMISSION AGENTS, XjL 37, King-street west, Sydney.^ -S'ViW'-: v - 53 I~7\ ft. COLE, SURVEYOR AND AUCTIONEER, .WOL 1 . LONGONG. .. ; ? : ; . ?. .. ; ? 28 JR. PARKEK, ChemWand^ Druggist, YVcUonyong. Phy ? sicians Prescriptions, accurately, dispensed. Horse and Catiie, and Patent Medicines of every description. 232 To let by Tender, for 10, 12, or 14 Years, ADATRY FARM, part of the Riversdale Es:ate, containing about 110 (one hundred and teii) acres, is nearly allcleaied, and laid down with artificial grasses ; the land is. of the richest de.-cription in the district, and is situated on the Kiaina Road, and only about one mile from the harbour of Kiaina, where a steamer ply's twice a week to Sydney. Tenders to be d livered to Mr. Ju'mes Ilolib, the proprietor, on or before th...

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THE ROADS. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 24 March 1856

THE ROADS.     To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.   Sir —'Will you allow me a space in your widely circulated paper   for a brief statement of facts. It is an old saying and true, that ,   what is everybody's business is nobody's business ; this is carried out to the very letter in the road between Jerringong and Kiama. Your correspondent at Jerringong has repeatedly, I have observed, brought the bad state of the road at the swamp before the public;   but all has been in vain. It is a well-known fact, that if our J.P.'s had to cross the swamp has often as myself, that the road would have been repaired long ago, and that, too, in a proper manner. The settler, with that energy, which does them credit, have voluntary repaired many parts of the roads which were utterly impassible; but what have they to do with repairing the public thoroughfare, when there is money already allowed for such pur- pose. Surel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

To the Electors of East Camden. GENTLEMEN.-r-At the request of .a number of the Electors, 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- i . Irict, I was urged from various quarters to do so, 1 felt 1 would be i . wanting in my duty to my adopted country if I refrained from i ..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 th...

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THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

THE NOMINATION. The electioneering fever which is now raging throughout the length aud breadth of the land, and which, for some time past, has fixed upon our fair district as its prey, gradually increased in ' height as the day approached for the performance of the first act iu the important drama. The length to which our report of the proceedings extends,, precludes the possibility of our devoting ? i. -. ? ' -. l,.: ? i? *„* ? io...4. ? ? ? . 1UUUII UO it re'JiipitiUiiliUU U1 iUIUCUCUUUU uvuuua, 111UCCU) having expressed our opinions as fully as we have, from week to week, as to. the respective merits, claims, and abilities, of the candidates, it would, under any circumstances, be needless for us so to do. Snflice it then, that, since the advent of Mr. Shoobert in the field (which rendered the result of the election a still more open question than it was before) nothing of moment or interest occurred up to yesterday morning. During Monday, indeed, the unusual stir in our ordinaril...

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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) ' ' Srn— Will you -do the favour to a subscriber to your paper to give place to' the following few remarks, intended especially for the benefit of the young candidates 'for our county — but also for ?behoof of others, whoever they may be— who are claiming at present the suffrages of -their- fellow colonists, before they have qualified themselves for the lii^h oinee to which they aspire. To begin. It will not be denied, I think, that our legislators oil' lit to be men, first; of tcood—nav, of high nioral character; new, that they ought to possess abeve an average of intellectual endowment; again, that they should he of sul'licient age, and, if possible, -large experience of men and things ; and last, that they should be of independent circumstances — in other words, that tliev should have such an income as will mantain them respectably ; in order that they may be saved, .so fd-, from the temptation of selling the liberties and well-being of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

Electors of East Cemden. TT.ASTEN TO. THE POLL, and thenco', to, DINNER in the ? JOL: newsroom at. the:BLAGK SWAN:HOiTELiiwDiiiner on the; Table a b twelve o'clock. , , v, / ? 547' TT\ ,R. COLE, SURVEYOR: AND, .AUCTIONEER, WOL' JC ? LONGONO. i - ,28. '; ? late fa} 'State. ? Fat Cattle, Springing- Heifers and Cows, Working1 Bullocks, : * 1 1 ? ' '? ? ' &c., &c. - -?????? . ?? 1^,/fR.; G-E ARD will soli by auction, on WEDNESDAY, 2nd oLxi- April, at Mr. HSggins's, Dapto Road, ; . ' : 40 Fat Bullocks ' 1 ? ? ' jo Springing Heifers and Cows ' ' , ! '? '10 Fat ditto / ; W 8 Working Bullocks, &c., &c. ' '? ' ? ? ' Terms cash. ' '519 . / Sale of Lease, Berkeley Estate, ' ' ;? DAIRY' COWS, HEIFERS, HORSES, PIGS, DAIRY - ' ' 1 '' UTENSILS',, &t\, &c. R; COLE has' received instructions,- from Mr. Robert Somer B ?? * villej- to sell bylanction, -.without reserve (in consequence of bis having sold the lease of his'farmj,' on :the premises, - Berkel...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

'WEEKLY CALENDAR. M HIGH WATER AT MOKTI1.0 DAT.4' ? 2':- '0 - - WOLLONGONG. i: 1 ,i V ? * £ . 1 ?* r , MOUN, EVEN. ? ~l ?[ ' , , -JSss- ' 1 ? L. - ? ' ? ' ?' ' 1 ? ; ^ ? ^ „ 7-. ?? H. M H; M. , H. M. H. JI March, 31 M.. 6. 13 o . 54 24 ' '4 . 33 5. 10 April 1 T.. 6 . 14 5 .54 25 5. 7 G . 18 2 W.-. 6 . 14 5 . 53 M 6.42 7. C „ ' 3 T.. 6. 15 5 -. 52 27 7.30 7. 53 , „ 4 F .. 0 . 16 5 . 51 28 8 . 20 , 8 . 57 »-5. .S.... -6-.-l7-..5^.,5»- -9-. 25- -1,0 -. 0 6 Sifn. 6,18 5 V48 ..,0*8. 10.^25. 10. 50 *J-' i 4- j -' ! - . * 1 s t ' 1 ' - l . .. . jnatera pmury.;,;. , , 'MEASURES, NOT MEN.' ?'! - . — — ; ? — u.' MONDAY, MARCH SI, 185ff. ' ' ?'

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, [?]½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

Cnttnnaral Stiblligewe. 1 1 ? SVDN'EY MARKETS : Saturday Bvexino, ^14 o'Olock. | £ s. d. £ s. U .. Flour ... ... . ... 20 0 0 to 20 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ' — 0 8 6 0 9 0 JIaize (advancing) ?/ L. ? ... 0 S O 0 3 6 Oats (Scotch) ... j j.. ... 0 4 0 0 5 0 Potatoes (lookini; uyivnrds) ... 3 5 0 3 15 0 Onions, per cwt. (dull) I.. ... 0 7 0 0 9 0 I-Iay, per ton ... . !.. ... 4 0 0 GOO Bark .. ... |.. ? - 4 4 0, 5 5 0 per lb. (in Uoman4) ... 0 .0 8 .0 0 9 Calves ? jL. ... 1 0. 0 15 0 Fowls, per pair (glutted) ..; 0 3 0 0 3 6 J-ueks ... . .0 4,0 0 6-6 Geese ... ... / ... 0 8 ,0 . 0 9 -0 i Turkeys ... .... ... 0 8 0.- 0 9 0 Butter, 1st quality, psr lb.-- scarce 0 13 0 1-3 -Ditto, inferior (unsaleable) . 0 0 10 0 1 1 ? Cheese (colonial) ' : .... ... 0 0 -7 '009 Hggs, per dozt-n ? )'- 0 2 0 0 2 0 Bacon, per lb. (?scarce)..^',...-- ? ... . . 0 .1 0 0 10 Hams (ditto) o 10 0 12 Larcl ? * | :.. i . 0 0 0 0 0 8 Ciibbage-tree, per JOO Iiaiidsi ... 0 10 0 0 l(i ? 0 :/V . ??''AltMSTHOKG AND FUI.LBR. '...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

. -v Birth?. 1 At- Burlier on .'ihe 1st-' current, ? Mrs. Daniel Glsinviile, of a daughter. 1 At Mounfjoy, 011 the 5th : current, Mrs. John:-. Glanv-ille^ :of: a son. ; . . At Mountjoy, 011 the 5th enrrent, Mrs. Henry Glanville, of a son. , ' Diad. - At the Berkeley. Estate, Wollongotig, on the 20th instant, in.the 22nd year of hisj.age.; Downie, second son ot A.. A.; Mackenzie/ and grandson ol A. Mackenzie, Esq., of Tritton, couuty of Ros.», Scotland. 1

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

(Drigiiuil CHmspukna.,'- , [It.is to be distinctly understood' that -w-fi do not identifv ouvselves. -wilh ;!the- ,? W opinions of - gentlfnion availing ? Uicm^elvos of ihe 'opportunity, of at!vo--.v: ? . . Uh eating t.bo.ir viuws in- this department of oiu-.jonrual ; .noreati wuiunctec-,, i . ? , tukis lo insert any oomnuvmoi'tion not having thii wntui-js aamu aihl'a'dnress attached thereto — not liecessauly lor publication, but-as a ? r guarantee of good faith.^ — Ed.] , ,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

Yv'oie 1 nob ulViiid uf c.ioroachiug uti your -siiai'i;, L could p.dnt out other misstatements in this extraordinary speech, hut I shall conclude with one remark, and it refers to Mr. Thomson's comment on Mr. Sadleir's speech here, where lie (Mr. T ) alleges that Mr. Sadleir proposed to tax the land at a high rate. Now I maintain that, as Mr. Thomson states it, it is a most unfair, and garbled representation of what Mr. S. (lid say, as may be easily seen by referring to Mr. Sadleir's speech -as reported iu the Empire, and other papers of the timo. But I have done, for tha presctii at least, with this wretched report. ANDREW ALDCORN,. J.P. Mayfield, Shoalhaven, 21 st March.

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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

'.i,.' ii'; * * — ; ? — ? ; — — «''t ? , f ? ' r (To the Ediior of the Illawarra Mcrcury.) , , - ^Sir,— 'As-a ou have admitted' unto your, paper of, Monday -last;. a.: comnmnication from your ovn correspondent, purpoiting ,to be an 'cVounb, of a meeting held at 'Sweep's Paddoiks, to hear Mr^ ?Thomson 'state- his political 'principles; r'hope^ou.will.not-.iefuse co receive, and insert1 in. yon i- first publication,' a:.contiadiction ajid refutation of the misiepiesentations and ,caluuiiu contained in that document directed against me and the other gentlemen -who sat with- me at the -llevision. Court here last, mouth. ;; The first thing I shall notice in this communication is contained 'iiUhe-following sentence : — 'It struck him '( Mi.' i liom.son) at ^.^the.timeithat'this.Mr. j\Ioss h,'d m-ieh oec»sion to leiui tamij 'J liarly;acro=s . the . railings of the bench and say; I, ',o)iject' to,ins.ui,e , '* deprivation ot an_- ot the electors rig,it 'oJ votinp, &c.'' Now as to th...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. I'HICliS OF. I'LOUtl Jiessrs. Barker and Co.: The supply of wheat is of a moderate extent, arid generally of good quality : the selling p ice ruuges from Ss. Gd. 'to Us, P':' bushel. Flour remains without alteration; fine, 'Uiil. per tou of 200U lbs; second quality *241. Jiran, Is. to Is. -'id. per bushel. Mr . JJi-eillat : A moderate suypiy of wheat has been received during the -week, and prices remain steady at previous .quotations — say 8s. to lis. per bushel. Fine ilour 2G1., seconds 241. per ton. Bran Is. per bushel. PoriiTltY AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Fowls 3s, '6d. to -Is., dunks 5s. to Gh., geese, 10s.. turkeys Ss. to 12s., pigeons 2s. per couple; loast.ing p:gs G.«. to Ss. each; butter Is. 'to Is. Ed., cheese 7d. to 8d. bacou. and hams Is., lard Dd. to lOd. per lb. ; ej^gs 2s. per dozen. ? FOIUGE. Hay, 61. 10s. to 81. : straw, 31. 10s. to 41. 10s. per tou ; ma:.zc 3s. to 3s, 6d. per bushel ; green food,-9d. to Is. per dozeu bundles. llOltSR MAItKIvT Burt, TTassail,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

T71 LECTORS OF EAST CAMDEN.— Vote for PICKERING-. JDj and THROWING OPEN THE LANDS! 507 Bulli Road Trustees. LAND OWNERS are requested to vote for WM. GRITTON, E-q., and Mr. G. SOME11VILLE senior, of Bulli, 011 ?WEDNESDAY' next. 531 Slioalliavcc, THE COMMITTEE for securing the election of Mr. THOM SON, as Member of the New Council for the COUNT!' i) F ST. VINCENT, will meet in the STEAM PACKET INN ©very MONDAY and FRIDAY EVENING, at half-past 7 j'-clok. All friendly are respectfully invited to attend. JOHN Me ARTHUR, 28*i Hon. Secretary. IpN pursuance of the authority vested in me as Returning Officer JL for the Eastern Division of the County of Camden, I have appointed the undermentioned gentlemen to be Deptv Returning Qliicera at the Polling Places mentioned opposite their- respective ?games— Holjert J'. Parrot-t. Esq., -T. P., Kiama David Berry, Esq., Police Office, Slioalhaven Kenneth. Mackenzie, Esq., Bomedary-. Point, Shoalhaven River. C. T. SMITH, 503 Return in g Officer. ' La...

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OUR FUTURE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

OUR FUTURE SOLDIERS. ( From the Economist.) The writer of an article in the North British Review says ' In the present aspect of European affairs who shall come forward and assure us that ere long her most glorious Majesty will not be called by the voice of the British people to fight the world almost single-handed in defence of the one spot on earth where liberty — political, civil, and religious — is truly understood and is fully .in.'AVA/l -- **?/- on ourfSil /*OV»thirrPTirV CIljUJCU# JLUVUgH AHA wwvi.j^v.r WJ does not await us, the possibility of it makes the question we started last week -of 'our ' future soldiers,' in relation to the condition of our agricultural laborers, of great importance. We shall lay before our readers, therefore, a passage from the Review, which is a faithful representa tion of the children in - many of our purely agricultural districts. If the boy be, as Wordsworth- says, the father to the man, it may well iippal the stoutest heart of pre scient states...

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THE CRIMEAN HEROES, AS EXHIBITED IN FENTON'S PHOTOGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

THE CRIMEAN HEROES, AS EXHIBITED IN FENTON'S PHOTOGRAPHS, , {From the Liverpool Journal.) , Decidedly the most remarkable countenance in this lltge and most isiterestiug collection of war pictures, and, \ndeed, one ©i the most remarkable countenances we vjver beheld, is tHiat cf Marshal Pelissier, in the photo graph which represents him sitting, uncovered. Without the superincumbent mass of intellect, or the finely-cut &*«--+?-« \T^- 4.1m/* ./vAvt/ivnil fmifr A f Pplvccipr'c . aLUVUI CO U1 LirU v* *»- w /lead and faoe in some measure resembles that of the great Emperor, Skat there is almost a savage gleam about the eyes, and an expression of concentrated energy, rather ffhan of wkle and comprehensive resolution, which at once fix him in the much lower order of genius to which he belongs:; while tihe coarse, bold lines of his face, the bull dog set of his neck, and the vulgar hair which hangs -tbout lum, show that in great matters he is more an in strument than a director. Bu...

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ELECTION OF THE BULLI ROAD TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

, ELECTION OF THE BULLI BOAD .TRUSTEES. A'ETEiv-a- delay,- as provoking as, it-, was unnecessary the owners of land in. -this locality - are„-calledv upon to select lour^p.entlemen»to;fill the lesponsible office of. dispensers of the.rates, that, tlicy,: the -landholders, will, have ton*aise,-and of supervisors of tlie;necessary .altera! ions and -repairs on and of.ihq ioad they, must necessarily-travehupon, ... i i ?» , i' i ? i ? * * , , . 1 ? -: *v c;v\uuau -nope uiar tiusvseiection .would- be. made.- with- out 'reference to-any, other' standard than competence --and a desire to ptrfoim the duties -tluifc-are lequirod of them, apd that, eveiy-thing like party.- spirit , wil-lj'he, set. aside. ?1,1''' tC'ir.-i liC' more danger, of such an inipra^sr1 ekmeut Ir'iing brought -to bear 'in the selection of .these gentlemen ? a'- the pre.- en t time, than at miy -otfier, from the fact oftheic j»,t- jbeing, lime., for iho purty feelings arousethby thy pass ?i Uncontest for legisktive. ho...

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THE LAST APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

' -V' THE LAST APPEAL; ' : ; ? : ./??TH-E-'cahd-iclsanil careful peruser of the severel speeches Wde by tbe'-'candi dates l'or the suffrages of the electors of East Camden, will be satisfied and convinced that, in re . Gbmmending' the claims of Messrs. Waugit arid Marks, fcorth'e favourable 1 consideration of the electors, we did, ??KOtMonly:.our-duty- 'considering the principles we have ad vo'catedy but have: endeavoured to induce the electors to confer -a honour arid T-rivi:pcrfi nnnn thnmsplvisc ';-:Tovcommence with the speech of Mr. Osborne, the reader 'will1 be led to the conclusion ?' that it consists of l-it'tle 'else th-arv'a recantation of views, that that gentleman a few 'short1 months since, held and acted ? upou ; cif .promises -for ti:e future, which, 'considering his: past con rtuc^atid' tlie preponderance of interests that ' would i'be ? benefitted* by their non-fulfilment, we have every reason to believe will'!hot 'be -performed ; 'and: of an -exhibition' of iiriprud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

To let by Tender, for 10, 12, or 14 Years, . A DAIRY FARM, part of tlie Riversdale Estate, containing about 110 (one hundred and ten) acres, is nearly all cleared, and laid down with artificial grasses ; the land is of the richest detcription in the district, and is situated on the Kiama Road, and only about one mile from the harbour of Kiama, where a steamer plys twice a week to Sydney. Tenders to be delivered to Mr. James Robb, the proprietor, on or before the 17th of April next. The advertiser will not bind himself to accept the highest offer. Security to be given for the rent, Ac., if required. Possession on the 1st of Juno next, and all particulars given by ' ' JAMES ROBB, 4-58 ,i Riversdale, near Kiama. ?i To Let, for 5 or 7 years, ; v - A FARM AT DAPTO; known as ? !KEMBL A ; GRANGE, containing;' about 200 acres. It is 'nearly rail '* cleared,' divided into paddocks, one half stumped and laid down with artificial grasses, The proprietor deems it unnecessary to com ment upon th...

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Local Intelligence. MEETING OF ELECTORS AT KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 31 March 1856

ICnral Snlcliignra. MEETING OF ELECTORS AT IvlAMA. [FROM- OUU OWX CORBESPO.NDEyT.], ' . *, I ?:OnTluir?:tliiy, accordin»- to advertisoun'iit, a jiubiic met-ting.of.tlic o'ectors ut Kiatna ,-vaa held in M. A. Annstrong-'s. There wer,-. about sixty electors pre-ent. - ' : 1 -.?-?- r'-r - ? - ? JLr. J. M. Gkav, presided. On taking- tlie' clin.il- lie: exhorted the ?meeting to give eaeli speaker an attentive beiu-iny; and nointed out to ihein the '-ood results likely to - accrue from smcIi conduct. He then called for ' . | ? ilr. Waugm-, who came forward and said that he thought] was !not necessary that lie sliouid sav Hiucli at that late hour ; lie would merely touch on two or three of the most important political questions,' as so mmj of the candidates seeking- to-repre-. sent the various constituencies of -thu colony, have pledged them selves to amend- what is faltuy in the New Constitution, he thonghi that the meeting- cmghfc not to have .the:' least 'concern- about -the two-thirds ...

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