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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
Tue foreign news received by the last mail, exhibits somewhat of a change of fortune betwcen the two great parties contending with so much fury andperti naucity on the soil of the once United States of America. The admirers of the Northern government, and its policy now find themselves enabled to repeat with confidence, the ignominious boast that the mechanical force of numbers and material resources, must at length prevail over tile courage, the skill, and the devo tion-the remarkable talents for adminis tration and war-which the leading men among the Southerners have exhibited. The fortresses which enabled the Confeder ates to command, in some degree, the river Mississippi, the great commercial ar tery of the western states, have there is no doubt, fallen into the hands of the Federals. It cannot be questioned that this isanimportant advantage to the north; as, besides setting free the traffic on the river, it leaves large bodies of troops, who had been occupied for some time in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
G. L. FULLER B EGS to inform the public of the arrival of the "Blue Jacket," with a FULL CARGO of general merchandise, consist ing of -' IDRiAPERY GROCER OILMELS' TpRES IRON IG i HIARDW EART NWARE FLOUR SADDLERY WINES AND SPIRITS, &c., &c., &c. American Chairs. American Chairs. J'OST 'opned sev i ,ses of the above. . L. FULLER. G.reat Reduction. KTEROSENE L KEROSENE LAMPS, red o half price at the Victoria Stores. GEO. L. FULLER. Splendid-toned Pi vately, d-toned Apply GE G- DRON, tioncer. 25 Per bent. Reduction. TEA, TEA, best, 2s. per single pound, Sfully cqnal, if not superior, to any ever sold in Kiama at 2s. Sd. A considerable reduction made in the purchase of half chests, or from 20 to 30 pounds. Terms cash. Wmanted to clear out at . G. BULLEN'S. SUGAIIS, of various sorts,-will be sold very cheap to clear'out at G. BULLEN'S. SSurgar, per cwt, 22s; per 61bs The above article contains a fair share of fuller's earth. To clea out at G. BULLEN'S. A BEAT ' Bri...
KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. (Before his Honor Judge Cheeke.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
SKIAMA DISTRICT COURT. TUEBSDAY,. SEPSEMBE 15. (Before his Honor Judge Cheeke,) The sittings of. the District Court were held on Tuesday last in this town. Several of the cases were either withdrawn; "continued," or settled out of court.- The most interesting one was that of M'I1 wrath v. Vance, the judgment in which excited general tstonislunent. Plaintiff claimed M16, on account of cattle, &c., sold to defendant. , SAn objection was taken to the proceed ings on eaccouit of :tlh summons having been dated' August 16?th, instead of Sep tember. ' Tho? abjection was oierruled, however, as it was clear that defendant had not. been misled by the, erroneous date; sinice he.hadfiled a set-off in due form. 'Pllaintiff having sworn to the debt, defen dant plaaded that. n his agreeing to take the cattle, 'in. Jlnuar? last; during the drought, plaintiffl'ha'd. romised to allow him his own time forpayment, as he (plain tiff) had no grass, and the cattle would only die on his hands. Defe...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
THE WAtl IN NEW ZEALA2ND. [FRoM THE HERALD's conREoSPONDENT.J Ti?d war has not ostensibly progressed very rapidly since your latest dates from this place. Yet it is perhaps rather in ap pearance than reality that a lull seems to having been taking place for the last fort night or three weeks in the military opera tions iil this province. The great dflieulty which stands in General -Cameron's way is, in a word, the want of men. With three thousand more troops lie could conquer tihe country in six montths; with his' present force he is liable tabs detained for a month by anly good position taken up by the na tives in front of his advance. On the edge of the Whanga Marina is the advanceed post of the General's force, facing at a distance of perhaps a mile and a-half the native position of Mere-Mere. This position is, perhaps, the very best example over afftrded of the natural genius of thel'Maorics for war ; it is a steep hill sloping.towards the Waikato and extending about a half mile...
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
ACCIDET?TS.-On Tuesday evening, a little boy, son of Mr. IBeale, cooper, of Jamberoo, fell from the back of a horse while endeavoring to adjust aL bag of grain which was laidnaecoss thle horse in front of him. In the fill, thle an'n.was broken just below the elbow. The child's father itnmc uliately Ibrought him to Dr. Taylor, of this town, who set the limb. The patient, we understand, is doing well. - Yesterday morning, about thluree o'clock, as Dr. Taylor was returning from the house of lMrs. llP'Mlahon, of Spring Hill, whither he bad been on professional business, his horse -stumbled and fell violently on a portion of the hard stony clay which has lately been thrown on -.thm'roadjnwt on this side Pike's Hill. Dr. Taylor was ostunmied by the fall, but on coming to himriself, found tlhe horse standing near him, and made the best of lis way home. We are sorry to say that the doctor was much injured by the acci dent, the left hand being severely contused and rendered for the present-q...
THE MAYOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
THE MAYOR'S BALL. A great i-msquerade ball; lately given by 'Mr. Cohen,the mayor of Melbourne, seems to be regarded as one of the most notable evenits of tFp dli Balls in general are apt to be regnirded, at least by the graver portion=bf' society, as mere ebulitions of frivolity and .vanity. No doubt, how ever; .mere ordinary balls may be sub stantiallUyusefil in giving ani impulse to `certain brahn;hes of trade and industry, and cirulhiting, some portion of the wealth Swhicih might otherwise be idle and unpro Sductive. The great ball at Melbourne must have been in a small degree uisefid in an educational sense,-an assertion which may seem strange to those who are only accus tomed to a certain conventional meaning in conieection with the word " education." As every period of history, and almost every tribe and nation of the known world had "its representatives. Among the. fifteen Shundred guests at the Melbourne Exhibi tion buildiig, it becomes evident, that a great amount of inform...
POETRY SILENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
In silonen ?ighty thngs are wroight SBlently hbuilded, thought on thought,' Tro th u'st tenmple greets the sky: A d, like an citadol with towers, The sootu, wIthiher suiservifent jpwers, Is strengtheeded silently. .? , Soundless anse herlotsQno the snow,; The saplings of eortgrow To tres nigt glih Toch mighty st nrienkeee burns, And every day i sileoe turns The anxle of the earith. . c' The silent frost, with mighty hand, Fetters the river aud the land .Witth universal chain; And smitten by the silent sun, Tho chain is loosed, the rivers runa, The labedsare free again.
THE VOLUNTEERS AT WIMBLEDON. THE COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
THE VOLUNTEERS AT 'WDIBLE .DON. THE COM3 MION.' THE Scene of this ,great .national an nual contest is. arather notable ,bit of sandy soil, overgrown with kurze. 'Be tween Richmond Park and the quiet Sur rey vilhige of ofWimbledon, the latter a quaint:combiia'tiao of haystacks and stuccoed villas, there stretches a large cir cular entrenchnient, enclosing seven or eight acres, of ground, and marks the spot where, some thirteen hundred years ageo,two breechless Biitish kings waged war for the sovereignty of those realms, deciding its in a. battle more san guinary probably than any fought ever since on English earth. It was Anno Domini 568 that the armies of Ceaulin of Wessex aind Etlilbert of Kent nimt on Wimbledon Coalmon;. and. about fdrty generations have passed away; since that period, the deep camp dithces and .the barrow-shapedgr:ives are still clearly visi ble under the nmatlt of furze with which age has clothed'.them. .So, too, has the scent of war and battles stuck to the pla...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 September 1863
oiCKId'. (From a review of Fred. Lillywhite'ns ork in " Once a Week." W~HN ourti'oops were 'at Scutari, on route for the Crimea, we read with much amusomemnt. the rem'arks of the solemn Tarks, who for the first time witnessed an English cricket match. Of course they thought we woere a nation of maniacs; but the impression is common amongst people who do not understand us. The wonder of the first batch of Russian pri soners,. as we heard, was no less at be h:olding two Elevens quietly playing a match in tholEnglish ylines whilst the guns were boomning in Sdbastapool, though probably theya'?e more aceustomed to the sight now, as the English Cricket Club at St. Petersburgh, is under the especial patronage of the Grand' Duke, and very popular with the Russian aristocracy. "Mr. F. Lillywhite, in conjunction with his brothers-all of whom gain their living in the cricket field-appears to have rafisacked all the reliable authorities and to have received the assistance of all the best men in...
SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
SEPTErEcRc 23. Mr. Arnold, hi reply to Mr. Cunnecn, confirmed the truth of the report that Mr. Randle had susp>ended the korks upon the the line of the Windsor and Richmond Railwly, and stated thiat the -overnment had token steps for carrying on tim works without dole , and that it was highly prio bable that ir. bandli's securities weolld oomplctethe contract; there was it suet of £d24 due to Mr. Randle by the last certili cate 'but beyond this there was a large portion of detention money (aboot £1000) which would be due on completion; the Goverennient ha;d nothing to do with any one but the coitractor, and to see that Ihis centract wis dluly curried out, but no doubt a satisfactory arraugement would be made for all parties concerned. Mr. Walker moved tho.adjournment of the House for the purpose of bringing under notice the case of the laborers on the Windsor and Richmond hailway, who had been thrown out of employntenttlhroutgh the suspension of the works by the contrac tor. Mr. ...
ARCHBISHOP HUGHES ON PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
ARCHBISHOP HUGHES ON PEACE. The New York correspondent of the Tines writes as follows respecting the opinions recently expressed by the Arch bishop of New Yorlc in favor of pesco: " Another clorgyman, and lie iy far the most dignified and powerful in America, has declred himsalf in favour of Peace. 'Archbiolop Hnugles, who took especiil pains a few weeks ego to ieiiress upon the minds of a youthful auditory the fact thlit a small Republie aith liberty, was better thann a large Republic without it, has gone still further in the expres sion of those sober second thoughts on the war which are fast recommending themselves to the interest.es well as to the conscience of the American people. At the dedication on Sunday last of the now Roman Catholic Church' of St. Theresa,; in this 'city, after a touching discourse on the purely religious aspects of the eremonial in which lie bore the most conspisuois part, he touched in few, but 'pregnant sentences, on the awful question of the war. "Spe...
MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR OUT OF SORGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
'ANTJl&A'OTURE OF 7SrfA OUTi OP SORGT.M. A Mr. 3. :. Mkioss, writing- on 'this subject from. Iowa, under date January 26th, 1863, to the Editor of ,the Scien tific American, says:-" The juice is expressed through iron rollers, and eva porated in a series of pans, by a process patented by myself (Patent, No. 38,850,). known as ' Moss and Williams' Oscillating Evaporator.' The juice flows into the front end of the first pan, 'o the one directly over the fire. A reservoir should be provided to receive the juice from the mill, which should hold enough to pro vide against inconveniences froin any temporary stoppages of the mill. The boiling should not be stopped until the day's work is finished. The juice should run into a box 20 inches square, filled every morning with clean- straw; this makes a good filter. The reservoir should be placed high enough to run the juice into the first pan. A faucet should be 2 inches or more from the bottom of the reservoir, and the flow so regulat...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
SYDNEY MARKETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under:-. £ s. d. A s.. d. Flour first, per ton .. 15 0 Oto.O 0 00 Do e.,Sconds perton .. 13 0 0.. 0 0 0 Brain per busele of 20 lb 0 1 4.. 0 0 0 Biqcoit, Cabii, pir 1001bl 1 0 0.. 0 0 0 Ditto, Navy . O 15 0.. 0 0 Broad, per 'lb loaf .. 0 0 ..4 0 0 0 Hay, per cwt . . 9 0 .. 0 11 0. Grass .0 3 0 4 6 tucerie .. . r. 0 6 0 Straw .. 7.. ..0 0 5 .. O 7 0 Blark,.per do. . 4 6 .. 0 5 I Wheat, per busoiel o. ( 5 0 .. 68 0 Oats, per do.., .. O 5 0 .. 0 6 6 Barley, lier do .. 0 O 6.. 6 8 0 lftaize,per do .. 0 3 0.. o 3 6 .Greenstiffperbuidle.. 0 1 0 .. 0 1 3 Beeof.perlb ... .. 0 0 1.. 0 I 2 Muetton,.r do. . 0 2 0 03* Pork ]$eraz o . O 6 .. 0 0 Vealperdo .. 00 35.. 0 0 0 Lambh, er (rf .. O 4 01.. 0 5 8 Fowls, per cuiple . 0 1 0 .. O4 6. Duclks, per do.0. 5 O 5 0.. 0 6 0 Ducks, wild, perdo .. 0 3 6 .. 0 4 0 Geese, percouple .. 0 7 0 .. 0 9 0 Turkoysper do .. 08 0 .. 0 15 0 RBostingpigs.. 0 6O 0.. 0 6 0 Butter, per lb.. .. 0 1 0 .. 0 0 ...