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YASS. Tuesday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
YAss. T: uesdy, 2 p:m;, About noon, to.day, ~M?. Peter Malton, farmer, of Jugiong, was riding to Yass,;and when about two miles from here, was. stuck-up by two armed men.: Thoy took his saddle andsome silver. The bush rangers gave iir. Malton. an old saddle to rido on.
LAW. SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY. IN EQUITY. (Before the Chief Justice.) PRICE v. RITCHIE.—ON APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
LA W. SUPREIME COURT.-WWEDNESDAY. IN EQnUTr. [ lsnos TiE IIEllALD.1 (Before tlc ýh?ief Justice.) PRI'CE V. RITCHII.-ON Al''EAL. (The following judgment in the Appcal ."Price v. Ritcluie has been handed to us for publication. . This is a suit, in the nature of a suit for foreclosuro, in which the plaintiff claimcd Sas an equitable mortgagee, by deposit, of the title deeds of the property. The Primary Jidge having dismissed the bill, the plaintiff appealed; and he prayed that, if the evidence as it then 'stood should 3ap pear to the Court to be defective, his wit. "nesses might be orally examined before us 'in pursuance of the Equity Practice Amend ment Act of 1852. We, accordingly, on 1lhearing of thd'Appeal, though not without Ii.tiiition,' ekaiiined thd witnesses in ques , dion ' anld: peiitted them-to be cross-ex aininel, in open Court; and, having con sidered the whole matter, we are of opinion that--oven ,assuminig 'the fact of an equit able mortgaig$by deposit to be established...
YOUNG. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
. . .... * .. . *, JY OUNG.- , ':.. "' ,:. o :, ' . • Friday. SLast night, two armed men, supposed to, bo Gilbert andBen Hall, attempted to stick up Mr., Eastlake's, store, at the Twelve Mile.., Several shots woro fired on both sides, and the bushrangers escaped. The same men afterwards sthick-up androbbed a storoe attho Ten Mile; and in the siuno store they took from a carrier, who 5was 'buying goods, £35.
SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
SEPTEBJIIER 0. In reply tohon. members, it was stated that clerks,of.pOttc sessions were :rnmu nerated for tholr,serrices as to conditihnnal sales of land, by a fixed salary of £50 p?r annum and -2 per cent, comnission upon ail moneys remitted to thle Treasury above £2500 eind not exceeding £5000. Upon thile motion of Mfr. Robertson, tlo House went into committee, when the lion. member submitted a resolution affirming the propriety of introducing a bill for the creation of a Pastoral Interests' Coutribu tion Fund, the object being to provide an indemnity to onners of diseased stock whlichl it might be necessary to destroy, and to raise the amount by a general assess ment of all the stock in the colony; . The resolution was opposed bh Mr. W. Forster, Mr.- Oummnigs, and other hon. members, who objectedf to it as a proposal to combine in one measure interests not necessarily conn-cted. After a long discussion the resolution was carried by 34 to 13. Mr. Robert.son novced thle second ren...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
MELrOthsrNCes. The Suffolkwith Sir Charles Darling on board, was telegraphed this morning, 72 days fkom Plymbuth., She anchored in the bi3?this afternooin. Sir Charles Darling was received by a guard of artillery, alsd escorted to his ternm pory residence iii Collins-street. Sir Charles Darling, Lady Darling, Miss Dar ling, and three children are all in excellent health. Sir I?enry Barkly leaves for Sydney to morrow. Addresses are pouring into tho late Governor, previous to his departure. There was a great muster of Volunteors to-day, to present a sword to Colonel Pitt, their former Colonel Commanding. He was received most enthusiastically.
BRISBANE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
IlISDiANE. Monday, 7 p.m. The stoeamer Wliams froin Jocluhinp ton, brings a report of the discoveocry of a rich gold field Within tlhirty miles of Rock lulapton. ,The 'three inion who discovered it are reported to have dbtained foul;, hun dred ounces of gold in seven Weeks. This newis i.s ' uqng great' exeitemdnt here. Seventy vuolnicersa have been enrolled for'New Zeanlind It is expdeted that ten men of th .l2th.Regimont will leave by the Clarencc for iSydney, en 'boutC to Auck anud. . i On the:ne gold-field, at Roekhlimpiton, threeo men.made four-hundred olmcs ina aL week.. Theo: Winteethen from London, and the Beairsito from HIaimburg, arrived in the bay yestoeiday. Both vessels bring a largeo number of immigrants.
SINGLETON. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
SINGILETON. Wcdnesaay, 8 p.m The half-easte Yellow Billy who was in . custody for breaking into the Wollombi Court-house, and escaped from the lock-up Sburning one of the door posts away, and -w1 no&orwnrds?, eommitecd soreral Iliglhway - robberies in thie district, was aprce 1nded on the Bulgoa Mountains to-day by senior constable O'Sullivan, of Wollombi, and is again lodged in the lock-up. At the time hoe -was taken ho was riding a Govern~ ment horse, lost firom the "paddock at Wollpombi, which he is supposed to have stolen.
ADELAIDE. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
VorELADE. a*llodly E?vening. The egiser publilsles a private tole cram, totflin~iu.t tlhat the Melbourno mil lers, on Friday, p?rchased to tlour the extent of 1CO30 tons. Tihe Commandc~ of the Troops here lhas futrnished I3rigadiiet-Geeral Chute with a report respccting tihe srmoval of the trl?ys to New Zealand. It ii stated the Gidd.', ment are ftvorable to their goin . Six hundred guineas were presented to day to Chicf-Inspector MIorris for his suc c(css i eradicating the scab. In respond ing for the gift, Mr. MIorris stated there was not a single diseacsed sheep in the colony at the present time, and that during his telature of oflice not more than 103 shelep had been destroyed. Sheat is quoted at 5s. 10d. to 6s.
WOLLONGONG QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before His Honor, Judge Cheeke, and a jury of twelve.) THE QUEEN v. O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 September 1863
WOLLONGONG QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before His lHonor, Judge Chleeke, and a jury of twelve.) THE QUEEN V. O'BRIEN. Robbery of the Mail at the Crooked River. In this matter the Crown Prosecutor made an application for postponement to next sittings, on account of his not having received the depositions till too late for him to get up the case for the prosecution, and also on account of information received from Inspector White that further evidence could be produced. After some discussion the case was al lowed to stand over as requested, the pri soner being bound for hIis appearance, him self in £50, and two sureties in £25 each.
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
WEEKLY SUMMAID Y OF NEWS. NEW RIarE.--ThS?p . A Registe:. has been favored bliy a entleman in Ade laide with the following extract front a letter received'from England by the last mail :-Whitworth has invented a new rifle. The ball is hexagonal, and fits the grooves. The lowest price of one of these rifles is at present thirty guineas. At a recent match near Liverpool, a gentleman shooting with one of the rifles made six consecutive bulls-eyes at 1,100 yards range. 'DiPARitUR OF TIOOPs Fon Now ZEA LAN-n-We learn that it is decided to send off to Now Zealand, almost immediately, all the available militarv forees in the colony. In addition to the troops tlhat arrived from England on Saturday last. Colonel Hamilton, with the greater portion of the officers and men of the 12th lRegi ,ment, will proceed to Auckland early next week, in H. M. S. S. Curagoa leaving Colonel Kemp and about ninety men for garrison dutty in Sydney. The head quar. tors of the ltitablon, together with the hand, w...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (VIA MELBOURNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
CaOE o0 Goon Hoore. (vi 3 CEU?,OU?XE.) The Hero brings intelligence that while at the Cape the Confederate war-steainer Alabama, put into Simon's Bay with two vessels, prizes, which she sold, and after iwards sailed, possibly for. the Australian waters. The Georgia, also a Confederate vessel, put in to reflit. H. H. Valorous was dispatched to Simon's Bay to seize the captured vessels brought in by the Alabama, but on her arrival found both had been sent to sea. The Confederate war ships Alabama, T'uscarora, and Georgia were scouring the southern latitudes for Federal vessels. The Sea Bride wss captured within sight of Table Mountain. The Conrad was also boarded, but having a eargo belonging to a British owner, she was allowed to proceed on giving bonds for the value of the vessel. Great excitement prevailed at Cape Town in consequence of the presence of the Cotn federate war ships, and the United States Consul applied to the Governor to seize the Alabama, but his Excellency refused ...
SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
SEPTEIIDER 18. The passing, by the Council, of the Scab Act Amendment Bill and the European Assurance Society's.: Incorporation Bill, was announced by.the Speaker. , in reply to Mr. Samuel, Mr. Cowper statcd that Sub-Inspector Stephonson will rceive £200 salary, being ah increase of, about £23 a year on the salary - Mr. Stephenson cnsjoycd before his promotion; that the £100 reward offered by the Govern mcenttfor Lowry's apprehension would be dividei 'between sub-inspector Stephenson and . party of police who accompanied in n Lowry was taken; andthe large rewA offercd for the apprehension of the Mudgeo mail robbers would be appropri ated as the Bank thought fit. In reply to Mr. Dangar, Mr. Robertson. stated that Mr. Charles Ledger.' sfiporin tendent of alpacas, had been suspended on account of his conduct to the Victorian Government with reference tdo somne pecu niary matters; that hovwould be removed from .the public service on account of this conduct, combined with his acknowledge...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
COMMfERCIAL -INTELLIGENCE. . KIAA sE, SrEAM? FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. £ s. d. First Flour perton ............ 14 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs ............... 015 0 Seconds, per ton ............... 11 10 0 Do., pr 100lbs. ........... 1 0 Machino-dressed Maize FlouIr, do.. O 11 0 Orushed l aize, per hushll . .... O 4 0 Bran and Pollard, ditto ...:..... O 1 0 (" Wheat and Maize purchased for cash, or taken in exchange' for flour, or grist grind ing. J. SHARPE & SONS. Sept. 21, 1G508
SEPTEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
SzPT?MeEnR 17. Mr. Smart, in reply to a question by Mr. fHolt gave a state of the sums received yearly, since 1856,, fiom the banks for in terest on deposits, ihmounting in the aggre gate to £108,374. 1s. Od. The I-louse having gone into Committee of bWays and Means, ,Mr. Samuel resumed the adjourned de bate upon the financial statement of the Government, and contended that the prosperous state of.tihe revenue wal in no vise attributable to the management of the finances, and he entered into a long and elaborate examnination of the finances of the country to show that there lhad never been a surplus of revenue over expediture since Mr. Cowper took oflico in 1851. The lion, member further referred to the Auditor General's statements, to show that the do ficiency was not merely estimated, but ac tual, hnd the means relied upon to meet it were not such as the House would be jus be justified in accepting. MNr. Weekes defended himself against the charges brought against his financial ad ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
\SYDNlY MATRIETS. Tlfe'Syduey'papers of Saturday last re port its.inder:-. £ s. d. £ s. d. Flour, first. per ton .. 15 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do., Seconds, per ton .. 13 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Bran per bushell of 20lb 0 1 4 . 0 0 0 Biscuit, Oain, pcr 1001bs 1 0 0.. 0 0 0 Ditto, Navy .. .. 0 0 . 0 15 0 Iread, par 21b loaf 0 0 4 .. 0 0 0 TIay, per cwt .. . 0 9 0., 0 11 0 Grass . . 0 3 0 .. 4 6 Lucerne .. .. .. 4 6.. 0 6 0 Straw ..0.. .. 0' 0 0.. 7 0 Bark,l per Id... . 3 6 .. 0 4 6 Wheat,.p.or ushel .. 5 0 .. 0 0 Oats, per. do. .. . 6 00 0 7 0 Barley, per do,.... . 0' 4 .. 0 5 ; Maize, per do' .. .. 0 3 0.. 0 3 Gicee stuflperbludle. 0 1 0 0. 1 3 Beef. per lb .. .. 0 15 ..0 0 2A M3uttoan,per do.. .. 00 2 .. 0 0 3} Pork per do .. .. 0 0 I.. 0 0 6 Yeal, per do .. .. O 0 0 .. 0 7 Liobt, per qr... .. 0 4 0.. 0 6 Fowls, par couple. .. 0 3 6 .. O ,4 G Ducks, per do... . 0 5 0 .. 0 6 0 D?,iks, wild, per ilo .. 0 3 6 .. 0 4 0 Getso,'per coupl .. 0' 7 0 ..0' 8 0 Turkeys, p r do 0 8 0.. 0 . 2 0 Roasting pigs. 0 -. 0...