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SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
SHIrELL FIAlIBOR. (Fno-I o)Ul COIRlESPONDENT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.--DEc. 5. Present (T 'Ihe .CChairman ; Councillors Collins. EI, Ss,, \Fe'wick, and Dunster. lMinutes f' tlhe prerious meeting were rr·ad and conlirlred. A letter was receired fiom the Coloaial Seeretary's OfJice, respecting the disputed area betweenr the lNorth and South branches of the Macquarie Rivulet. ' It confirmed in overy respecttheLdecision of the late Colo nial Secretary, that the said ,area does belong to the Shellhsrbor municipality. Cr. Duaster moved, and Cr. Collins so condcd, That tenders be invited for cutting doivi the hill iand trectling a bridge at Norris'; also, 'for forminig eiglht-cl:ins of road at tlhe bottom of Maount 'lTerry. Carried. NOTICE OF 3MOTIONS. Cr. Fenwsik to move tlit the ICilama paper hlige a share of the Council's adver tisiments. Cr. Collins to move, tlitt tendeors le, called for repairing the brildge kinoin as \Vidow Collins'. With relb:rene to the disputed boan d:aies imentionedl...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
S SYDNEY MARKETSI.' "'!~: The Sydney papers of Saturd?'? last re: port nas under: £ s. d. £ -o. d: £ Flour, fiet, per ton....5 0 0 to 0t 0 0-! Do., Seconds, per ton :. 1 0 0 0;0 : 00 Q: Q Brail per buslhel of2O lb 0 1.6 .. 0 .0 0 Bisouit, Cabin, per 100lb. 1 0 0 :..,. 0' ,0: Ditto, Navy . .. O o 0 .0 0 Bread, per 21b loaf .0 0 4 .. 0':0 Hay, per cwt .0. . 56.. 0 7 6 Grassn . 3 0 0 0 Lucerne. .. . ..? :Q: 3.' 6 0. 5 6 Straw .. .. :.. OF 8·0` .. 9 0~4, 8 Bark, per do. . .. 'L0:- 4"9 .'0" 5 6 Wheat, per bushel 0 . O ,4-i 6::l 0 5 : Oats, per do.. . .. 0 0 - 0 0 Darley, potollo .. . 4.:O.. 0 0.. O5 6 Maizeu, per do .. . 0 9 Green stuffperdozen.. O 0-9 0 1 0 .Beefpir lb" .. o 1 O::0; . li ltutto,;' pnr do.. 0.. 0 . 0'' 3 Pork per do :;. 0 . ;041" 0 0 50 " Veal;,perdo . ;0a. i0 . 8 ,; O 0 ': Lamb, per qr. . :.'. 4..0 :.. O; 0 0 Fowls, per cuplo' . 0 ,.3 b:8 . O0,4 0 Ducks, per do.*.:..,;: 0 5 0 ,.0 6 0 Ducks, wild, per do' .:?.:. . :6 .. o 4 0 Goeese per cople 06.. 0':0:. 0 '7 '0 L.hrkey ...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
School, or Anrs.--Tho colmnittee ap pointed to make thLe aILrangeImell ts lbr tit leading loomn, mIt on WO chlesdan y ey e ing ltasaud decided that tlhe room0 shduld be opened twicen .a week (Tuesdays 1nd1 Fridays) firom 7 to 9I, beginlllllg from Janu ary tst, 1811.; and tih tbllowing patlers 1nd malgazines be ill1ed on the tab)le lbr tlhc unse of mnnemberso only :--Ill.stroted ]on (o0 NVews, iln monthly parts, London Punch, 1lorae News, Good Ilord.s, Sydzney .lorni?tng Hecrald, S'ydney jmplJ1r1, K?.oaa Ilellpen? delt, [llawcrr etr cry. o?Lon do 1 LTmes, Liverecpn ,/la. ii' and other lIpers a11d mlllgaziiles wo1lleh ulIy be slpplied by merm bers. It was aIfo tdecidedt thllt, as tlhe iuods alre low. ahnbd mnIIly good works. are wanllted to fill up thile lhbrar, the ad1 m1ission fee tor noln-mlembers houllld be again coummenced, and it is hoped that the public who have done so littie towards supporting this very useful institution, will take the opportunity of contributing to its fund...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
SSYDNEY MARIKET PRICES:: Wheat-None in market. " -" - SMaize--4s 0d to 4s 3d ditto Barloy, altiog--lIs;3dI ?ps Gd pm' busolel.? SDitto. Cape--3s 0l to 4dlid ditto Oats-is Od to hs Od ditto ' ' :·"?' lBran--ls d to Os 01 ditto :. Flour-lot, £l1t per too Ditto. 2itd--£1 ditto . Hay, Lucerne--£3 s to £4 Os ditto Ditto, Oaten--£6 to £8 ditto Potatoesa-£6 to £8 Os ditto Onions--l12s to s • s Better-ltd per Ili-in domnoad Htoniey--td to 0d Bacon--7d to Sd ditto Cheoses--id to 8d ditto Eggs-ts 2d to is 3d per iloz. Fowls--3s 0d to 4s 0d per couple Dueks--4s 0d to Gs 0d per ditto : ": Turkeys-7s to 14s ditto '' Calves-o7s to 1Is Pigs--4d to 0d ter lb HLides-4s to 8s each GR?AtIAM & MIULIOTLA?,iD.ND Ki-Dec. 12,street Woost Sd? D Bee. 12, 180?3. . ...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
mUNICIPAL'COUNCIL. THE proceedings of the Council at their inctilng on Wednesday last, may be brielly suinimed up. ir.W. Irving's tender, for serving the rate papers, was accepted, lthe sum demanded ,eingiI £10. Aldermian Black's imotioi, for calling tenders for the ollice of Town-clerk, was carried : and il advertisement accordingly appears in ouir coluiins this weir, inviting such tendri s f'rom those lwo considerl thullmselves uailified to perobrm the duties of tIhat ollice.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
MISCELLANIEOUS, A certain Scotch friend orours, who is not a mclcher of the Temporancee Society, beilcg caked by a dealer to cpurchase soane line old Jamaica ra mn; drily anscwered, " To tell you the tlruth, sir, I ccannc say I'mII ccrrca fonld o' rumn; for iflI tal mair tchanc sax tcumblers, it's very apt to gie cL body the Ilheldcllhe." A?coaco the 5,798,O,7 persons enumerated in Ireland at Ithe census of 1861 no lesstI lhan 74.2 are rtclurned as ibeing of thie age of 100 years iud iupwards. 578 of thlese cged persons were men anld ,lG0, were womcen. YN EWSrA?cE A?c.le.\xoHa..clarT.-lThe Gctlcjelc per Obsercer says:-" TVanted. at thlis olice, an editor who cicc please oeverybody. Also, a foreman who can so arracnge the paper as to allow every man's advertisement to head tho column." "Isuppose," said a quack, while feeling the pulse of a patient who had reluctantly submitted to solicit his advice, "I suppose you think me a bit of a humbug ? " " Sir," gravely replied the sick man, "...
ARMING OF NEGROES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
ARMIDIG. OF NEGROES. Thc'W:ishington correspondent of the Nero Foik Tribltne says he lhas seen a letter fromnRichmnond whichl throws ma torial.light on the recent statement that the rebel Government is preparing for the wholesale arming of slaves. Tile de sign, he says, was first entertained during the a'OClellan's advance on tihe peninsula. Baut the rebel successes that then followed drove thIe matter out of the head of the rebel authorities, until it was revived by their recent disasters in the South-west. In the meantime Beaure-: gard, supportedd in this by thie opinion of the Governor of South 'Carolina, asking for authority to arm a few negro roegi nments for. the defence of Charleston, and Gbvernor Shorter, of Alabama, presid2 ing for the, defence of MIobile, lhad adf dressed the same request to Riclhmnond, and:l;recommdundd iin a public Proclama tion, the arming of negroes in his own State. Encouraged by this practical breaking of the ground, 'Jcffries Davis determined to bri...
THE NEW BUDGET: OPINIONS OF THE PROVINCIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
THE NEW BUDGCET: OPINIONS OF TI-E PRIOVINCLUL PRltESS. Mr. EIagar's financial statement, the re port of which covers miore thain a page of tile Sjdn Jf 1oorning H.lerald, affords ample proof of the wisdom of tile course pursued by the Government in concen trating its energies upon the settlement of the important questions to which that statement refers. It w.uld, we imagine, require tihe possession of a stronger ihold upon the House than the presentMinui stry can boast to carry through the pro positions which the new Treasurer has h:ad the boldness to make; and should their rejection by the House result in an ap peal to the country, there is but a slight prospect of the return of a more compliant Assembly. When MIr. Cowper, accus tomed as he is to feel the pulse of the people, hlas been found claiming credit on the groundl that during his tenure of power thie taxation of the country under went but a nominal increase, we mIay well infer thiat in his opinion, at least, the popularity ...
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
QUEENSLAND. THEe faryboroughl" Chronicle remarks: A friend tells'us we 'can never be sure a blackfellow is dead'until he is eaten. Cor tainly their tenacity of life is remarkable. The ball that struck Toby, the blackfellow shot by a bullock driver at Muslket Flat last week, passed from the back through tihe lung, and struck the rib with such force as almost to flatten the ball. To extract this piece of lead, Dr. Ward had to cut between tile ribs an' opening of about two inches in depth. Toby, took the matter very easily-never winced-and in a few hours afte'r we saw him wallking about smokingr his pipe very unconcernedly, and in a few days he will show but.very little sign of habring. had so lately .a hloleo made: in his body by half an ounce of lead. The Wurioick Mail of Saturday last gives the subjoined discouragngiinformation with regard to the crops:-" We regret to state that the general appearance of our wheat crops is anyfthing but promising. The rust is mIaking fearful havoc o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
"INDEPENDENT" GENERn4 PRINTING OFFICE, M4lRKET SQUARE, KcIAMA. T FHE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jamberooe, OGerrilngoug, Shoal lhaven, &c., f;c., that their Ofice is iepllete with every desdription of tihe most miodern PLAIN AND ANCY TYPIE, BORDERS, &C., Which enables tihen to execute work in a style equal to any other office in the Colony, with the Iltmost accuracy and despatclh. Plail and Ornane intal Printing, in every ariety anid style, includintg Pampiliets Law Porms Catalogues Business Circulars Societies' Rules Labels Reports - 'osters Biillheads ' I htd Bills Business Cards l'romnissory Notes Leases . Agrcmceits. Tlhey hope, by mtoderate charges, ineatnesss and accuracy in thle execution of their work, with punctuality in completing orders, to so cure a share of putblic patroasge. Cai In termis of the prcescnt iostal arrange ments, Printing can be forwarded to any part of tie colony at a mierely nominial rate of postage. The INDEPENDENT is publis...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
Sourn A rml:IA.-W-- ?e (Herald) have Adelaideo plpcr to the 4th iistant, and quote as fcllows from the lgister :--Wool. -The s isos's sheepshearing is now nearly over. Tl clilt of wool is supposed to bo relatively lighter than that ot last year, owing to tthe unusual wetness oflhe winter, but it?e conditoon will be improved. Theo sheip on the various runs are at.prcsentin flue condition, in consequence of the abmun dance of feed. Tr, Cnons.-The hay ha. vest is just now being realised. The crops are generall" heavy, but a great deal of in conveniencc hasbeen experlienced in getting them in, frlom the unsettled state of weather. The forthcoming wheat promises, up to the present timre, to be abnldant. We are ha formed, however, that in the Gumeracha districts the crops of wheast are on many of the farms so poor as scarcely to be not worth gathering in.
THE WRECK OF THE EMMA COLVIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
TIIE WRECIh OF TIi EIMMA COLVIN. The following particulars have been furnished by Captain King, master of the Emmannn Colvi---XWednesday, noon, No vember 11th. In latitude 23,32 S., and longitude 13tit E., strong wiinds and squatly, and thick wilh small rain. l)umbcla psassage bheamding N. , E., distance 71 miles, 4p.m., wind hauling to the N.,. ,and W.NW\r., tacked to thei northward, getting very thick, with small dizzling raint. 4 a-m., sharp sqiualls with rain, windll hauling to the west ward; stowed topgallant sails and single reefed the topsails. 8, weather mIore moderate, and getting more clear; wind hauling to the S.W. 10 p.m., wind S.W., sand clear weather at times. Midnight less wind; log hove crey hour, look out Iarti cuslarly attended to--V.sn.., ovembesllr 12th. Modlrate wind lhauling to the S., anld S.S.W. 1 m.mi., hauled the slip's head iup to W\V and W. by S. ; expeetsg the shpl to be abreast of the Ileahlaria Passage. 3 15 a.m, wore ship, nid iotered E.r by N. At 4.5...
VIASUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
SVIA'SUEZ. £Tho iQeaQonwas at ^,rildsoi ' . : . : It was'rimnoured thiatt liLro would bo joint' Europlioan 'ction in lavour of Pola?id. Librrals hld beoii greatly strncti enoad. ': A most sangin'ii?ry rel'vblutioii ;hadi takin plid at SIit Doinigo. ' Presidleut Lincoln" hd calld. for: 300,000 voluiite rs;" !.:: : ': '. "'/. : ' : . Crant had suceedOd i losirn :, CGecral', Leoe ;iad beea' defiatcd,:iindl, ilits rotird on Rich'molid, destrobyiig thli *railwhay to lii razor. 1bcade was in iot pursuitl".o,i.:lp" , . 'lhe Cooifederatos lind expelled the -British: Consulls from tlio Soiutlhrni Stats:':,'. 'to)it dostructivo giales iave tioe plhoc in' London. "
THE BUSHRANGERS AGAIN. STICKING-UP OF THE BURROWA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
THE USHANGRS AGAINM STICKING-UPt OF 'iHE BURROWA 1 (Frosa MAIL. (Frot fhe .ierald.l '' On.Saturday aifternoon last, the mial bb to eon lur\ra o iald Yass was stuckl i-up by Gilberti 'and 3Ben Hall, when about five miles .out of Bunrowa, on tlhe road to 3Binalo]ng. The two men were seen to come ouE of the bush, and standing by thle road-. Side, to wait patiently for the coning up of the mail. M'r. Robert Handley, a passon ger by the mail, from whom we received: the accouut, describes them as being ex ceedingly clean and well-dressed. Wlhen the mail realched thems they directed the mailman to draw olf thie roadl, showingu where they wishcedl the vehicle to be taiken. The mailman did as hlie had been ordered, anld after they had gone 300 yards olff the road, they were told to pull-upi and dis mount. They fouud four persons standing there who had been previously bailedl-up. There were three bags in tlhe mail, andt Gilbert took possession of two of t;hemi and Hall of one. They ripped ope...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
miaierican nows to the tlil Octobor liai bocn Lc't had crossud thue Raltpiadiuwith o0;000d troopso.. T'io F edurils had retred o61 Fairt'x . SUotltiihiricds'wiro' dctillygi,; ull's 'Hi. T''lo position of IRusuieranz :was -.xtrcminlvy crititial, as- Buornsido :had beaen 'deut'feted;, by thei Uo.oplfderates 'in: his' attemptt to fhiii?;a jitiution vith hitm " ', : .. hUlaittuioobga aus buin oiiegi, ao d, not ?it'h tiih: inteintion' oflding batlt, bit.C t;i t i?' ?ltiposeo ofh.l irrissingt tih li'edrls;i, td :coipiiplli'ta tlhei to fall lbuck. ' ' I T suipe of (JUirloston still Coitiioncs., . Prosidtent Lincoln hlad auii urged to donmid ai :l.hsxphlnatioira rspicpting thli ciiidiic t o t'.tl adthloritios it CaOlpu. Totwi towarLds. tia - Ais - banma.; It \as rcimored that Sicilies lad' sulirs eldod Tle C(t'ohfaideraots 'w)' highhly irato tliat "Englaud Ia.td. toppd balhilding.raius.n ifn Liver Ipoo.l. q p 4 ,
ORIGINAL VERSES. A FEW STRAY THOUGHTS ON LEAVING THE GRAVE OF A MUCH ESTEEMED MOTHER IN ISRAEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
O.' · ".. O IGINBAL VERSES. A FEW BTRAY THOO S ON LEAVING THE GRAVE OF A 31UCWfESTEEMED 1OTtLER LY ISRAEL. And art thou goneo yes, goane for ever From this wrorld or' care and strife And has t thou cro4sad tlis Jordan's river. And entered into eudlesl lifo ? Whty should brtloy tears down trihkle, While our losbr is hIlergreat gain ? Jesus call'd, libo'o thread was brittle, ' and to Iais will we say amen. 'Tis hard to part with one whose feelings Did keenly feel for other's pain; IBut' Natura still w;ll lavre her wailings, Although our loss is her great gai.t The Church and school will long lament her, They've lost a lov'd andt much tried friend; And though her dust in death is oloeping, S I. r soul has galu'd Its happy end. ';_- Death to her warrs nowrise awful, 'ier love had conquerr'd hi befhrore; It seems as by his business lawful To help us through this world's dark door. FParewell dust I oie leave thee sleeping, Ih Alme Bank lie thy remanins: Why should theydes be dimmed with w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
KIAMA RACES, TO TAKE PLACE ON PORTER'S. GARDEN BEACH, ON Boxing Day, 26th December, 1863. JUDGE/: 1 Mr. Georg Woods./ . TREASURER: •[ v Mr. Geore Adams. OsTEWACIDS: Me?ssrs :A. Gordon. Henry fredericko, : George Cook, Joseph Kin, and George damaCs. TA STC EC: M. George Tate. L, . CK ( OF- COUCSE : MCr, D. Snmith. "SCCCETAOYT : Mr. David Vilson. F' IRST RAtCE -P~si E oF" 12 :SOVE RE!IGNS, with aa swe epstales of 1 s0v. aech, for all horses; we'igt tforage; heats over the beach.. Second horsi. to.receive the sweep. SECOND ACE.--?PrIzi: F 6 Sovs., with a sweepstake of 10s. eaich added, for all 3-year olds ; one event; second horse to receive the sweep. THIRD RAC-E.-A.PaIe E o0 8 Sovs., with a sweepstakles of 10s. earlch addted; for all horses except the winners of the first and second races ;H-eats, catch rweights; second horse to receive tlie sweep. FO IURTH A ]oE ..--Co,-sorro STAKES OF 3 SOs., fobr all beaten horses; catch weights ; one event. Quanlifleation, 10s. Gd.; entrance, 10 ...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 December 1863
SGAIRD4ER'S CALENDAR. " EOlrEl *i m d. - KiTCs N GARDEN.-- Weed Id water. Sow and plant ,as during the months ot Otlto ad Xtbr vnd No;mbmr. - ORClARDn.--Wed d ' otherwise -lttend to fruit trees as in Ilu onthls of October :ld N ov nlmer. FLOWER GARDEo-- lC' instructiOll for October and Voi~cutber apply for this mlnoullh alo. VINEYR.-- hLoosen surfact soil i keep down weeds, reiplace stkcs, dctroy cnsects. ,'IL?.-Tihe hay harvest shoild be completed tLia month. The othmer ficil emlcrtion. me but a contiiua tibn of those of October imi Noimber. - . - " I 1 _ . _. .