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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. NEW ZEALAND.--THE ENEMY SHORT OF Foomn.-The Daily Southern Cross re marks :-"This nation at war has, we are told, no foodto be anuyprovision againt even a few weeks' deprivation of ordinary sources of supply, and, with the exception of any small section, is utterly neglecting all means of getting food. If, therefore, cwe are but true to ourselves, nature herself will fight ourbattles as nolle other can. No enemy can fight long without food--the mere necessity of gleaning it from the fernroot and forest berries is utter disorgan isation and destruction to any armed part y of men. To this we may drive themn in a few months if we take but the common sense way of elfecting our object. They must have no food that we can by any possibility keep from them. It would be mercy to the Miaori people at this moment if we could take from them all tlhe food now in Wdikata, as the suffering so inhlicted, if severe, would be short." IN letter to the editor of the Empire signed "A ...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (AT MELBOURNE) PER BOMBAY. Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
IW ?tiVA L .OF TH~ E NG LI S HE.. I L (AT MIELBOURNE) PER 13 OMD 4Y PRO HER TeLD EGRARS. ' T-, ' - . ?(h. ursaay, 2 p.m. The. Bombay, Robort Irthenio, conmmander, Oaptainl Thomas Gass, Admiralty Agoent, ar rirvedat Queanscliff, with the English mails, at 12.30 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
MISCELLANEOUS. DRESSING WlTli TASTE.-It is strange that, with all the time Anmerican 'wornmen lostow upon dress, so few know how to prepare a simple toilet with taste, "To be well-dressed means, with most, to wear ricli material, mnade up in gorgeous style, and with aill the usualo acessorieo of lace and jewellory, to add to thie mRgnificenco of tihe gencral oeffect. Never was a greanter mistake. To be well dressed is only to laveo attire suited to time, pleace, andt circumnstancesc, made in a becoming manner. This attire may be a shilling calico or a rich silk, 'ind yet in either, if it is adapted to the conditions we have mentioned, a womn may be said to be'well-dressed. Wheore ihoseholold dutlies have to' be performed, and thle cre of children devolves partly upon tlhe mistress of tihe houseo, a neat dress, fitted gracefllly to tihe figure, is much better for mnorning wear than the faded remains of a more pretentioss costume. Nothing looks nmore forlorn than to see a wonld-be lad...
LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
LATER AMERICAN NEWIS./? English pap contain particulars of the invasion of o o'?thby th?South. M;aryland and ensyvaia arpe in vaded by the Confd ae under General Ide. - . The Federals, after a stubborn resist ance, evacuated Bcrrysville, IMartinsburg, Hagerstown, and Winchester,: falling back.on Harper's Ferry. General Milro made a gallant defence at Wincheste&, jes burroundcd, and cut his vPay throngliveith a loss of 2000 men.,i . . The Confedcries are gathering strength at Charleston for an attack on Harper's Ferry. Great panic exists in Pennsylvania. President Lincoln calls for 100 000 more troops, to be raised at once. . Governor Curtis, of Pennisylvania, in a proclamation conjuring tli people to turn out, says that the issue is preservation or destruction. M.Iaryland is callc ·pon to furnish 10,000 troops to incp the emergency, Pennsylvania :50000, io 80,000, West Virginia 10,000.~ General Bragg's aanny is divided into three. One-third reinforcing; General Lee one-third...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
AMIERICA. , Iimediately after the surrender Goinoral Sheinman.moved in the direction of tlio B~ig Black Rivier. ad on the following '-di foafglit a battle with General Jolistono, wham hlie deo ;feated with a loss of 2000 men, Tiis state mantnceds confirmation. Tle attack on Charleston has recommcnced. This timo the Federals are seekinjg t? take Frt Stmter in thi ioar. Tlicy laid drisen the Confederates with heavy loss from every part of Morris Island; oxdcept Fort- Wagnr, which they. we?oattackiiig both froh land and sea. Ic Tennessee, Generisl Rosenerankz mis still drivlng Bragg lifooo him, and liad calitdr?d 1000 prisonors. .' :. There had been serious riots insNo -York, caused by tIhe enforcement of the draft. 'Tihe city alippears to -haye been for tWivo days, art least, given up to the r.iraages of a lawless mob, who plmalidered private property, de str'oycd buildings, murdered negroes, hanged a Colonel O'Bricn, anil perpetrated ouitrages of every description. Somethingt.like ma...
GENERAL SUMMARY. July 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
GENERAL StGi~hARY. J?uly 26th. * Parliament is to be prorogtied to-morrow. Tll heRtissine replies to tbhe 'notes of the three Powers are cbnsiderd very unsntisf?c' tory. 'Thel ,pns a?o virtually rejected, and Fraece is bheird.4 ith allowing revolutionary schenies to be '~tieoeted in Paris. Instead of a Eullropean Confironese a Confereneo of Russia, Pruissia, and Austria, is proposed. Vickliiurg surreondered unconditionally to General Graet on the 4th July and Port HIud son sorreoderod on the 9th. After tile fell of Vicksbro,~netiorale.rhleersn is said to hare attackeodi ancd defeatelGeneral Johnstone. It appears that .tlhe gArrison of Vicksburg yielded to starvation. . Military proparations are still going on in. Rossia. A revolutionary spirit is said to be rapidly spreading in Prussia.. "Tho secoslt soafedbratd invasion of ;the North is at ?san onl Geeheral Lee, after the battle of Gdtty3 britgr! s o to 2nd instant, re trented to Hageorstown, and las recrossed the Potomac, with his...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
WEEKLY CXLENDAR. Dlys rfthe sek. SunsetU:DeL .th AnOX TUESDA Y': SepA 3. " 6 47 2 - WYEDNESDAY ., 0 2 .58 4 TIUI9SDA. .. 17| U 1 54t9 4 FItIDAY .. ,, 18 559 ,540 [ 4 SATOUlDAY .,,19 668: 860 SUNDAY . . 66 6, ? .i 60 7 ONO D Y ............... 2 " 1 660.5 .6 50 8 TIHE : .. ? ,. . KIAiMA INDEPENDENT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 16(33.
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
IGA·iilNIDE~bIINER'S OAENA ' kflPTE~tI1Ett. KsTtnse.GA~RIEE.-Snw pets, Feench beanus, abbage lettuce, errots. pearnip, turnip, broccoli, raish, spinah?;. tometoes, cnilu nst, &c." PlVnt potatoes, eabbage, ltuee artichoke s, celery, paerley, nd hherbs. Sew melons, eon e, peeumpkinss, &Ce. Keep down weeds, pulverise the soft, and irrigate. Ocnena.--Orange, lemon, nud nlmost nit eersgreen, fruit trees mnay be tensplutntd; do not keep theem longer outeofgero nd than necessory. In anrm situ, tlons, cherries, erly pluens, loquates, end strawberries ripen eboet tileend or thlls month. 7 FLOwER i. tsEN.--COt5Riuu p5lautlnp lilies, etlnums, Rnd other bulbs. Flowerine shrnbe Roy still be trans piratedewith care. Ilystcilths, tniip?, ne nese, Rnd ranuuelueise bloom this sortRlt peoteet themsftme too much hea:t set ssid-day,en lso inutoisterouas~we ther Plent dhlllns in good rieh soil. Weed Rmd wcteer. VlseE.Em.--Destroy cnterplllnrts, &e, Rest keep tile land freet fm we...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
WHILST common conimercial precaution prompts most imen by foresight and policy to protect their .slips, their houses, and their goods, from the average risks of de struction and injury;- liow mnany disregard that generous and powerful protection which the genius of JEaExpn, more than half a century since, offered to. the world, to pre serve it from the calamitous effects of one of the most terrible scourges with. which mankind has been periodically visited. With the knotsledge that London has been, and oven as we write may be, visited severely by small-pox; and that almost daily some English port forwards its human freight to one or other of our colonial harbors; how great are.. the probabilities that the same pestilence may yet be cast upon our shores, and spread its sad havoc amongst-our homes-and kindred. With so terrible a probability before our eyes, and with the possibility of such a foe to encounter, it becomes our duty to awaken all to' their danger,' and to lead 'tlihem to ...
ENGLAND DESCRIBED BY THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
ENGLAND DESCRIBED BY TIHE S SOUTH. Tioe lichmons d TVWhig.of May 27th thus soys: -" Cool, wary, and selfish Great Britain. has been watching the American war with the complooncey, of an old suckster who sees tw-o youthful rivals de stroying each other's stalls tand tearing out cclh other's eyes. The affray redounds to thlie oldharridan's advantage.: Why should she stop it, or mingle in it,'and get her cap torn to rags, and her bloated old fice scratchled to piecesP Slihe is not afraid to fight--everybody knows that; but she is not going to fight if she can help it. King Cotton's faneied sceptre is beiung broken into the smallest fr'agments; the commerce and manuthetures of the North are going to the dogs; both parties are rushing into ir retriovable banulkrptey; the close of the war will find cool old England more tisan ever mistress of tihe seas and of manufee turcs. Constitutional monarchy triunmplhant rich, peaceful, and secure, will poiut to the mangled and blcoeding democracy a...
MELBOURNE. Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
MELBOURNE. [FOel TII. E HEALD'S COBI-ESPONDENT.) Thursday morning. The New Zealand War has excited no little public attention. The Government haveo acted promptly in the matter, and have consented to the withdrawal of all the troops from Victoria, including the Artil lory; also to the loan to General Cameron of the battery of Armstrong guns just re cived from 'the Imperial Government for the purpose of defending HIobson's Bay. C;olonel Pitt lhas arrived stith credenti;]s for MIr. Dillon Bell, an, has met with great success in his effobrts to form a regiment of volunteer military settlers. Upwards of six Ihundred men, rank and file, have of fered themselves, and obout two hiundred and fifty have beem accepted. This colony abounds withll gentlenien who have held her Miajesty's conmmission, and the mijority of them--all, I nmay say, who have not the excuse of age, hIsve tfhronged roiund Colo nel Pitt's head quarters at the Port Phillip Club hlotel. Nearly all tihe appliicants for non-c...
"PEACE, BE STILL!" [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
. "', ' . " EACE, IRE STILL i" - When worldly mon and worldly ways . .'rovoke thy froward will, . " WareC"-for the carless heart betrays ; S.lslleont and be stlll . V1eon scorn thlat wounds, and wrong that grloves, ' Thy bursting bosom fill,. . " . 2P.ey,"--for the prayelrl hreart deceils, ts slhoot and be still I ' .Becar all that mortal hate can do; . Its worst may only kill; Ills hope Is sure, whosr heart is true, Be silent and be still! , One bitter word, one angry thought, S.,. Will haunt thy memi'ry, till SIt hurt.thee more than him it sought, S. o silent and be still ! Trest HIim to right tlIee, who can" take aengeante whene'er lIe will; Forget thyslf; and for lis sake , ." *Xsihlnt and be still i ,, *** ' - .... .' 3. l'?Ol3,eot.
POETRY. WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
POETRY. .;.:.? WORDS. S Words are lighter than the cloud foam . Of the restless ocean spray; SVatner than the trembling shadow That the next hour steals away. By the Ifall of saummer raindrops Is the air as deeply stirred; Anad the rose-leaf that we tread on W'ill outlive a ,ord. Yet in the dull silence breaking With a lightning fl?sh--a W?ord Bearing endless desolation On its blighting pinf, I heard- Earth can forge n4 knewapoan, Dealing surer death and pain, And the cruel echo answered Throuagh longyears again. I have known one word hkng, starlike, O'er a dreary waste df years, And it only shone the brighter Leooked at through a mist of toanrs; While a weary wanderer gatheredee Hope and hneartdn Ilfe's dark way, By its faithful promise, shining Cleanrerday by day. I have tnown a spirit caliner Than the eaiment lake, and elear As: tiihe eavena that gased upon itt, With ano ae at hope or fear; Rut a storm had swept acroses It, Ai~d itsa deepest depths were stirred; Narver, never mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
Land Sales. IN pursuance of tihe provision of "The Crown Land's Alienation Act of 1861," I, the iMinister for Lands, do hereby notify: that the following lots of land will be of fored for sale, by public auction, at tile undermentiond place, at eleven o'clock, on the day specificd, at he upset price affixed to each lot respectively. (Dcposit 25.per cent.) c JO t ERTSON. TULLI]i*LLA. (At the 1lice Office). On MIONDAIY, 8th SEPTEMBER. SUnnnUasn LOTS. .:.Coount. of St. Vincent, parish of S Ulladulla : 48 lots, A to z, and AA to vv, (2 acros 2 roods to 5 acres.1 rood .2 perchesin thc.soutl io a'-jha ~lopscnts t oeection 17, k . of seto s18, 1 to 4 of ection 20, to 1 of section 21, 1 to 4 of tion 22, 1 to of , section 2., 1 and 3 and 4 of sec tion 24, 1 to 4 of section 25; 1 to 4 of section 26. Ito. 4 of see tion 27,1 to 4 of section 28, L.to d of section 20. Price, £2 10s., and £3 per acre. See Govern. melt'azte, No. 168. Conveyance of Mails. SThe Treasury, Now South Wales, 1st Septembe...
INQUEST ON LOWRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
INQUEST ON LOWRY. THo following are tie most ilnitercsting portions of the evidence' taken at thile Coroner's inquest, at Goulburn, as reported in the Ooulburn Chronicle : Senior-sergeant James Stephenson stated: I am senior-sergeant in the mountedpolice stationed in Gonlburn ; I haver;seen the body on which the inquest is ditting; on the 20th August, accomspanied iy constable Gpodfrey Hcrbst said hetlctive: Saunderson aid Camphin, I arrived at Thomas Vardy's psblichouse Cooksvrile Creek, counmty of Georgiana, abodt svch o'clock in the mdrning, intendingifromJinformnation r colved and by virtuelof a eare'ch warrant to search the house of Yardy fbr bank notes, sulpposed to be stolen ttiom the M'udgee mail; previously to our arrival, I directed constable Herbst to go to the rear of the house and see that nO person left it. I also directed Camphin.mto keep guard in the front, andI arranged thatSaunderson and myself would secich the house both Cam plin andlerbst remained on horseback; a...
THE WAGGA WAGGA VOLUNTEERS IN SEARCH OF BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
THE WAUGA rAGGA VOLUNTEERS IN SEArCC OF UlSml?.eANGoEes.-Publie feeling was so much aroused by the outrages oflthe bushirangcrs, chronicled by us last week, that a party of volunteers, unwilling to wasto time by. waitingfor the meeting called for Mo ihy, organised themselves and started on Saturday last, mounted and equipped, for Davidson's station. Great praise is due to them for the ready imnpulso evinced and speedy action taken by them. Up to the time of going to press they are still out. We forbear making aniy public notification of their movements that have reached us-Explr'ess of Shturday. TuE IlisooKoN1 O SuE:PHEiD.-This poor fellow, whlose being shot by the bush ranigers we recorded last week, was subsequently brought into the hospitallhere under the earo of his wife. The wound is very dangerous, being in the lunigs, but we are happy to state lie is progressing as favourably as can be expected, although it lhas not yet been possible to remove the bullet wshich has lodged in ...
THE SPRING SEASON OF THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
TIlE SPRING SEASON OF THE TURF. (From the 2felbourne Argus.) : WVHILE racing continues to be the most attractive and successful of all the :na tional sports to which the men of Faher land adhere, the opening of each succes sive racing year must become an event of interest to all who join in wishing well to an institution that, whether for good or ill, has exercised a marked influence upon English manners, habits, and' tastes. With each new season, new hors s, new riders, new trainers, new systems, and new hopes arise, as regularly and.periodi cally as the seasons follow each other. The grand aim and object of the sport, viewed in its largest and hIighest' sencse, is the improvement of thie noblcSt of the servants of men amongst tlfe lower animals. The indirect and plmbably ori ginally uncalculated result of thie pursuit of the sport is, sometimes, the encourage ment of that phase of speculative enter prise which, in excess, is not desirable; but, at others, we find the urgent desire...
A RIDE TO SHOALHAVEN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
A RIDE TO SIIQALHAVEN. (a .' i Ax" a,,X,.s.se - TO THE E.DITORI OF THE KIA?A INDOPEND~NT. SmI,-I have read certain rides through the Kiama district in your paper,, said Journeys ha;ing been accomplished:by an E?.A.P.S.. P By the way-I am compelled to wondeir, in my ighorance, whit those mysteriods.letters may mean. However, I have.been amused with his. narrations, and as I find'that some other pdople have been amused with them also; I am in duced to t~i if' I c'ca amuse 4'ybody by any experimental narration of a "ride" of my own, though I can't c??me out with thd"diiplay. of learning in naitural hi tory wvhich'thes E.- ':P.S. exhibits. It's no odds, move6i', and I have oftent'thought that peopliseema to be morej amused and pleased with:seeing in a hook or a news paper, a story of which .they have seen themselves, than with articles containing mucOh nmore valuable infoimation. I think Mr. 'Kelynack i4 his lecture on 'William' Opwr, q,?oted amongst other smatters, 'a: re ma~c togtho f...