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THE CROPS IN THE ORANGE DISLRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 December 1863
THiE CnROPS IN E O eANGcE DeeISLICT. Up to Thursday evening serious appre hensions were beginning to be entertained about the maize and potato crops on account of the prevalence of ]hot dry weather. A thunder storm, accompanied by drencling showers, piassed over the district on Tthurs day afltcrnoon, and allayed all aprclchen sions. It is really a sight well worth seeing to spend a few Iosurs looking at the wheat crops.--WVestert Examiter. A NsVs LroIrT.--The editor of the Queenslsanld Times, whio was himiselfia short time since very near becoming a banquet for cenrnivorous Iirds, and who is also an old resident of thei Deccan, becomes very facetious on tle sublicjt of." urn bnrial. He says:-" The proposal of Dr. Prereton briungs to our minds one that was made some time hack by another very pratiscal man who resided in osntbay. A large number of the population of that city are Hindoos, who burn thlir dead, whilst the Mahouomedans pury them, and ithe Parsees expose their bodies on th...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 December 1863
SWEEKLY SIUMMARY OF NEWS. FE X .ER GnnisNsEr TIre BUSIaIANOER. It may not bh generally known that this notorious bushranger has long since gone to his long home. At the tinue when he wts seen ridilng the white ]lorse, and fired at by- theo police in the neighbourlhood of SMrs.- Brown's hle was mortally wounded, Sand although hie managed to reach the camp of Iis confiderates, hie expsliredil on the following evening, anud ls buriedl next day by his party1 at the foot of a small k-oll on the banksl of the Abercrombie Iliver.-AralueL Stalr. C?Oo?.cr.--'l'eh match beteeacn the Albert anid National clubs in the Domaini on Monday excited a large mnount of interest in the event of thu gamoe, and a very largeo nnmber of spectators amnounting to five or six thousand were pecsoent nearly the whole timue the game wans proceeding, although the weather washoot by any means inviting. The folldocing is the sicore : lhbertlnub--FirstLiiinis, 300. National Club.--First innings, 0f; second indings 3....
NEW ZEALAND. NATIVE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 December 1863
NEW ZEALAND. NATIVE INTELLIGENCE. . Owing to the disturbed state of the country, our means for obtaining authentic intfobrmation from nitive sources, is not so good as it was before hostilities cosn menced. However the following items are reliable : fanukaun Pilot Station. A correspondent suppllids s us with tlhe annexed items of ncws, which corroborate our.view- of the outrage at the Manulkau Hecads, on first being reported in torwn:- "I. beg to state that £ lhave been informed, fromi a source I cau rely on, that one of the iparty whlo assisted in catting down tihe lsagstafl; &c., at tile Manukau Head was formerly one of the boat's crew awho left adigar;ci with Tamnata gapsora aIuld hIis ialy5 some time past' r.id that the parties !'nnSiE'. d were Iispaalhuta. They came ri[os 'te- -raikalto is the night, dlrifting past ,sunsiatilawhirs, asd, I presume, landed oi the sandl'ills, three miles inside Waikasto heads. It flrthler ailpears that a Iuiropean fIell isn with two of th...
SCOTT v. THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 December 1863
- SOT v. TIL;iE RIflPln[R . E o; This extrordiei·y caseo,· which haIso eupied the Suprem:e Coourt hromthe 1(6th November.:to the present, time, termninatid at eleveni odclock on Tiuesday sriight l ast ii a verdict for the defendaints., Sirc Alfred Steplie comminiincedto sumn up shortly af'ter ten .min, an;id:did.: not conclude uit?l half past six: in the as emning.i. The corut i?as crowded': during the' eihole day, and the greaiteest itert in the :result prevailed tihoufghout the city . Tlhe: Chief ~Justice's eliirgo'to the jury oominanced by ani at t aiiipted vinidication odf his:, coduct in throwing his wveightlit i io the .scale of the paiitiff. It ?.as..the nci.ost drraordinary charge ever delivered :byte British J'udgd, and was: inmade. ~ip of a soies'e of ;the most artful, aelaborate, andcoinilicated mnisiolre-. gnoititions: of the factats hih the:iury had: to deterinin ei.it supressed all ,lilwoeard ait with t?h o.ery. liiglest opiiiloni:of. his Hodrior's ability as an advocd...
DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
ThEcIBMn 10. ' . .. DBCor.?.,?? ib.:. ;:: In repl ~ !q 1itionas Miinter stauted at it we z ded o0w thej'partoitf lthe parIt of tl 5? ieIiIt to propose the re enactment of t?h ttttle Disoease LPrcvention Aet, and tlhat pleuro-pneumnoliia havinig ex tended itself generally throughlioIt the colony. it is too late to take any steps to pwreent its itntrodiction:tind spread ;-that the Goveirinment.have: in contemplatidn tho appointment of. a polieo .ma-gistrate 'and clerk of potty ssigns, aatWalgetl silid the ladjacent distriie?rLtUt as.the.questionr can not .be decided wttljout thl:alaproval of the House,; it luis Iteen thouight. the cobllteral question .oft the removal, ofal Mr. 'Smith should in the meanutime :r:mninainn abey Me'. Garrett moved that the House ad journ, and condemned thie statement tof the Seretary 'tof Laud (that disease ih stockl is general) as untrue, and calculated to da mnage thIe eport trade in cattle with New Zealand. Mr.'ltobkrtsoa denied that the cattle of time ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
PAR1LIAMENTA~RY INTELLIGENCE FIIOM T E HEiRALD AND EMPIRE.] LE~ISLA'TIVE ASSEMBLY ' . DEcE3?nii 8. '::. M. ipters stated, in oreply to questions, tha'tel Govelnnient (did not-intend to in ttdduce han ineasure to iopromote inmigrf tion - fromin the mother country; tlhat the Goi·brnment did intend to appoint a police ningistraltt for Paniramatt?a; if 'Parliament sanctions th okpteiiplilno.ie Mr-'r Samuel pre4oiited a p?ptition from. 26286 m'iioants idn others of teio city of Sydney, nagiaiiitli', proposed tariff. Mr pr. ~lacphersoinmobved for leare to in trodluc' a bill to test the Churclih and School lands in trustees, and to declard the purpiosesiofthe trust, . Mr. Wilson expressed the intentioni of the Go?ernment not to oppose this bill at tihe piesent stage.- The motib ni as agreed to. Mr. Darvaill iiresented a lietition froni certaiin shiRnrcliokeis and others, agniiiist the proplbosail to imlnpoea stamip duty oi the transfer of' shares. ,: sr. Coni?pr giave rioticbe of his intci...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
?RESnYTERIAN Ci?IlCII, BnRa.IDWOO. At a mecetling held of the committeeo of the committel e of management of the ?res bvterinas in Braidwood, on Tuesday the 8th D.ceember. Present : Messrs. Fraser??, Craig, M'Donald, Grieve, Ross, and T'll loch; also present, the ]1ev. WVin. Ross, Goulburn, and the Rev. Wm. Mitchell, Slhoallhavrcn, as n deputation firom the Synod of Australia. Tihe Revr. Win. Ross was elected chairman. It was unaunimously agreed that the proposed induction of the 1Rev. Hugh S. Seabnhorn, be piostpoled until circumstianees admit its beingi performed in order. It was then iproposed by Mr. Colin Grioeve, that the thanks of the nmeeting ie tendered to thd Synd of Austiralia in con nection with the Chiiiiurch of Siotladl for the iuse or lo~tn of the Preshlyterian Church in ]BraidwooA for the Presblyterians in general residiAg in said locality
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
ULLADPLLA. (FnROM OU ct CORESPONDENT.) 'I'iT, We.aTliln-Oi ITiinsldar last tithe heat: was mnost intenise: at 8 o'clock the ttherlmnl?l tar stood at 95 in the slthade. This was suc cecedod by a storm. the minrecury tilling 31 do-. in clthree hours. Siuce theni we hiave been blessed with a most -'etial and acetaptatle rain, for whlichl our plasturs alreadly smile in grati tude. T'?i Clorps.--Tli wheat in almnost every in stance mao y bC considilered a total filure. Some ttrmers expect to get a plortion, but in miost instances the loss is a total one. This is aL severe visitation to manty. CATTI. a Lto a! s.-Thecr re ar few of these discreditable aiitirs near 3liltot, one iti which I will descrIbc. There are somewhat preten tious gate-posts, upou ' whichl we may suptpose igatts aLe to be itntg at som;IIe fluture day. a:Mati:tie some rottei sticks do the oflice of slil- aeils, cne otf which 1 saw so niicely lodged i a large morirtce hole that it' a pIoor cot but sneltt it dowan it muis...
ENGLAND'S POSITION IN CASE OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
ENGLAND'S POSITION IN CASE OF WAIR. (Fromn the Daily Telegralph of September Slthe 20th.) . Most persons who remember 1851 can recollect the terror of a foreign invasion which then prevailed. The Exhibition was at hand, and it was really feared, by not a few country members and old ladies, that the visitors from the Continent would do some serious damage before they returned. Foreiglners from all countries and from all climes would it was supposed, unite in any enterprise that promised to injure their formiidable rival, England. If they did not attempt a re volution, they would surely inaugurate a riot. If they spared the throne, they would cut tihe gas pipes uand interferel with the arrangclements of the water coin panics. The Lord Mayor himiself could hardly be considered absolutely safe from violence at the etuds of the men who weore old combatants at the barricade?s. The inmaginary danger. as we know, proved to be a mere myth-a dream of poor Co lonel Sibthorp and of a few congen...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Same day, before same Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
COURT;OFl ETTY SESSIONS. - Same:day, blforod..saue Justices. . :Wsheatly s. Baker.-Till lifting..- Robert 'Baker, uider.renimid from Nmnlld,; was placed at tice bar clisirged withll rhlbbtig tihe till of Willinan A. Wlietlcy. Prisoner-: leaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Richards. ionstaible O'Coaoior srvorn, statcdl": from in forimatioiireceivcd I apprehlendedprisoner onil: the u'nid Noveolmber on a 'clrge :of robbiog Veaticy's till. I fouid S.0on himin.--To pri sonrc a dolicitor :, I opprelhctdedl hiss on Sui day. On tlh next iday I.broulght him nup to Nowia. He was then renmanlded by. Mr. Grahamn to Nulmbsa for tihe Wcdelddy follow lg. Oi that tdlay no mia.gistrltcs attended there, nd Mi ir. Grain aglli reinmanlded Iim. till to-diay.--3r lRiclhrd Ihere took objdction to the case gaoilg any futhedr, his client being ilellglly is custody, fiast IhaSini been reF niiiledc., at Numbn: thl ' constalle had no right ii .law to takle to sany other plhce .ild that the' rcehiald..'i...
A VISIT TO THE CRYSTAL PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
A VISIT TO THE CRYSTAL PALACE. The Rev. loury Ward :Beecher has communicated the following excellent account of a recent visit to the Crystal Palace to the Nci Yorok Independent. The glorious aspect of the flower beds is admirably caught: I have just returned from spending a day at Sydenhanm Crystal Palace. Tile day wvas glorious. Everybody lhad said, " You must go to Sydenlanm !" I had read the descriptions of it. Yet the meaning of it never dawned upon me till to-day-this mnost wonderful of all modern English achievements. Even after having been at Ch'tsworth, one of the Duke of Devounshlire's seats, reputed, hitherto, to be the tiuest in thie world for landscape gardening, Sydelnham is still more won derful. This vast Crystal Palace, vast but lnot massive, springs into such huge proportions, with such a flue and almost ethereal structure, that you can scarcely believe it to be more than a picture; or, if a veritalble building, one which tile winds will blow away. It is the very a...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
SHOAiLHAVEN. (Pno~c OUR COI(IIESI'ONDENTS.) COURT O? REQUESTS,.NOWRAt. Dfcllmber 1. (Bcfore D:.I Macknzii anld Mr. ?Ta?l-. dingtori,) Porteous v.i Duff.- 'liin, £6 3s' 10d. for flour delivered:' .This wais a postponed dcas f;oinu Nuiub:i, there boing nou justiccs precscit. Th'Ie parties .had. nide an arrangenment tttlitth dcfcllantr shDouldi do cUrtain work fr thl. aminount dno, itmel:', ploighling :and otlherwise wvorking: a paddock of about thrcee acres; to plant corn and. hill it when ready. "Portdouns founel faiult 'withl the, woy in svltichl it was ploughled; nilnl tdol Duff' that if ho could 0ot do it better he' had bett:r give it iii, which hile did, and' now. putin lt sit-olr to.the iamount of £4, b'ing six days. at ls. pier dienm. Verdict for plainti£Ft£ 18s. 10d. and costs.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
N NEW ZEALAND. S (Fromin the Herald.) i VHE following is'an extract from a letter ,witten by an old settler in New Zealand, thoroughly acquainted with the language and habits of the natives, to a gentleman in this city. It is dated the 17th of Oc tober: " You will be posted up in matters con neeted with the New Zealand war from the reports in the newspapers. This war I believe is destined to be our last with the Maories. I knew it was to be, and if Sprosecuted with vigor, will result in last ing bonefit to both races. Hitherto Maori dum has been sustained and upheld by those in high places. Barbarian usuaenes and instituti6ns ihave been sacredly .hedged in and priotected by those in power. No rude hands have been allowed to break down 'the barrier which pro vented the tide of civilisation from reach ing those within. Strong - flrvoured savages had always the cnt/ea at Govern ment IHouse, and we now read in the SEnglish papqr of Maori princesses and. sons of greatt Fgriting generals ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
' COMIERCOIAL INTELLIGENCE. :. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MIILLS. :-3' 1 LIST OF PRICES. . s . d. "First Flour, per ton ............ 1 10 0 •"Do., pir 100 lbs ............... O 16 0 Seconds, pr ton ............... 12 10 0 Do., per100 Ibs ................ O 13: :0: M dchine-drcss d o laizoo Flour, do0.. 10 0 Crushed Iaize, eper bushecl .....;. O?!4:0 Bran and Pollard, ditto.......... O'W Wheat and \Iize porchiased for cooli, or taken in uxchlloge for flour, or grist?,rii d J. SHARPE: ';SONS , * Dec. 14, 1868.