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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
TO TIHE EDITO OF THLE KIAMA INDEPEfDENT. SmI-I rend in your issue of the 22nd inst., a letter igned. Edticb~ibn'" comuplniniln of the loeni pntron1 of the Non-Vestcd Nntionnl School-in this town, for not having a teachir fully rjoalifted--say, ready-inade to "order," to take charge of the school now clsood for some five or six weoks past. The writer seems to think that, having "appointed" local patrons at" one time," that those local patrons so appointed were bound to keep a teacher in the school-got him where thoy may. I can, however, reodily understand ond respect tho motives of " Education." It is matter for sincere regret to tlioso who had children attenldingtheo shool, that it should bh o closed so.longos sceli *children are, no douibt, loosing mucli valnable informetion tlat they had ocquired, and are learonig muccI that it is not desirahle they solould over know. It most not, however, he moagiocd that the local patrons are to blame for this state of things. It is because tIre...
STOP THIEF! [TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
STOP THIEP! NTO Tus SDITO OF Tums EsPInE. Sm,-Your correspondent "H.," in his letter which appears in your issue of this morning, has " stolen my thunder," and I think has mnarrd it in the stealing. Bnt yet I ah thankful to him, for, by your courtesy in insorting this reply, I shall be ahbl to claim the credit, if any thern be, ot having boon the first to suggest that the name of the colony should be "Fiseland." May I, therefore, beg you, Sir, hs a matter of literary justice, to in sorttie .folldwing letter whichs appeared in the columnus of your contemporary, on the 15th June last. On reading it, lain sure "II." will admit that although, as ho elegantly obserres, the naioe I origi nally suggestedis " the real Stilton, and no two ways about it," I. have fairly caught hiss " mOuSO" nibbling soy cheese. I am, Sir, your much obliged. Sept. 17, 1iS63 J. D. " The rage for suggesting a new nome for the colony is becosing quite exeiting, and musny a breakfast table is amusued eanch scornin...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
SIPDYY MARKET PRIOES. Wheat-Js Gd to 6s 64 per bushel. Maice-.Ss Gd to Is Gd ditto Barley italtine-4s 6d to 5s 04 per bushel. Ditto C spe -t Od to 4o Gd ditto Oats G Od to is Odiditto liran-c s ot(to 08 04 ditto HFlois-slot Lie to £\Odidr ton Ditto, Silid-13 dittof' Hay, Lceriete tpi to £0 Oa ditto Ditto, OCaten £ to £10 ditto Potetaes-i7eto £8etitto OCions-£0 to l2 10s per twt. Butter-is per lb. Honey- 4d to 5d ditto Bacoc iii to S1 ditto. Choese-Gd to Sd ditto Eggs- 10d to is O4 per doz. 8oorlo-~ Go 04to do Gd tier coepbo flecksI;-~s Gd to ijs 04 per ditto 'Turkeys-is; to lis ditto Colveo-iO0 to £1 Os ,Pigs-Id to 04 per lb Hides-4s to 10s each SShAHqLIK illUitLTIOLLAxN. pt. , 1863. Kig-sfrcet West, Sydney,
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
S,' RATILVAy AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattl--Marcket remains steady. Prime mobs may'lie quoted at £4 to £4 10s. Fat .Sheep.-Tho market is glutted with irferidr stock, which can scarcely be disposed of at niominal prices even for store sheep, ,Prim6 hehvy weights are in demand, and are worth 4d per lb full fleeced. Store Sheep.- Sveral enquiries to hand for 'females both of cattle and sheep. Horses.-G6od colts ara in demand, espe Scialdly heavy draiught. and long prices would Sbe obtained for anything really first-class. :.Milelh Coows.-st he Vn aket continues much '.aepressud -alongt I Md at my depot, on Thursday, at from 6 To £'j. Produce -Sle.-Railway Auction Depot. Butchers' snall stock .not equal to demand, .especially lambs, which were. of an inferior :quality. Poultry very scarce. , oasters in good request. Butter: A good supply to hand from Gotlburn, and prices remain firm. Bacon: Some 2 tons passed off at fair rates. Eggs: Market firm. Hay : I have sold large quantities through th...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
MORSE MLARKET. Messrs. Buerb & Co. report- A scarcity of fresh horces. The weak's sales, with tsw exceptions, have exhibited a very inferior lot of animals, not at all saited for present demands, wtthich are for cart stock, roadsters. and largc-sized hmorses for gemieral work. CoZ esot shipmeents arc tIcingmade to NYes Zcmalndt and Qmmlcbnslnal, ttmrosghml whichl the Sydn~ey mnprkoft lemulsbcnehetououghmly cleared of usefulstock.- Siscq lkst ;eport. a lot of 20 unbsroken colts, behlooging to (eorage Martyr, Esq,~ of (2anlhnuro, 'vera said a lt tho Camper. dswn Yarmhs fromu £0 ta £13 .t lb ech; steral sterng colts from Simns.llmavemm, brea by Mr. tGiLson, £20 to £22 I m eeiac; othier hlorses From £6 to £3d, accordiul to quality.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
ENGLISH ANDOVItEGtErtIACTS. The narrative of the discovery of the source of the Nile by Captain Spoke will shortly be published, under the title of " An Account of Travels and Discoveries in Eastern and Central Africa," by Cap tain Speke tnd Captain Grant. It will be issued during the present season, and will probably breate as great a sensation as Dr. Livingstone's volume. TuE PrinCe and Princess of Wales see in goodlhcaltlh, and their nmovements con tinue nasumoeroiis ias over. ,They will pro ceed to IHlifax on the 3rd Augest. Great preparationss tre mnaliimig to do hoonor to the loysl personages, who will become the gcests of Mr. J. Crossly, time mayor of the borough. The new Town I-loll wmill be for molly opened by the Prince, who, after at. tending the spacious 'lac Hall to listen to the rejecingsongs from 15,000 to 18,000 Sunday-scmool 0lsholars, and partaking of* luncheon in the Mayor's parlour With her Royal ighncess the Princess, willpro coad to Ripon and Studley Royal, the...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
4ISOELLANEOUS. WayVES On ANGELs. ATuhe man wito began by thinking ll. women fools, and who pssoed out of that.opinion into tho belief that one particular. woman was an angel, mtarries in the gla mour of the latter faith, and astici pates a lifetime of celestial tninistrtttions. Let us say the honeymoon is oil honey; still, when the aetive, yet monotonous, round of daily existence commences, it vill be strange if the angel do not some times prove mortal. She may be a true hearted, loveable woman; she may have all the devotion, the self-sacrifice, the quiet grace and hartony, of her sex: but she will also have her wayward Itumours. She will be out of spirits once in a way, out of healths sometimes, out of temper at othetis. Why did not Jones, her husband think of this before? Why does be re sent it now, as if Ihis wife had married. under false pretences? Site never put herself forward as a scraph ; that wese is mistake. Yet Jones thinuls himself de ceived because, after a little whlil...
A TENNESSEE STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
. TUNNESSEE STEAMER. ALoNG the covered deck lay the Tonnes scans, asleep, whose plumed felt hats wese generally the only indications of their martial calling, for few indeed lad any other signs of uniform, except the rare volunteers, who wore stripes of red and yellow cloth on their trousers or leaden buttons and discolored worsted braid facings on their jackets. The after part of the saloon deck was appropriated to General Pillow, his statf, and ofliecrs. The approacl to it was guarded by a sentry, a tall, goosd-looking young fellow, in a grey flannel shirt, grey trousers, fastened with a belt and a brass buckle, inscribed U.S., which came from some plundered Federal arsenal, and a black wide-awake hat, decorated with a green plume. fis enfield rifle lay beside him on the deck, aud, with great isterest ex pressed on. his face, he leant forward in his rooking-chair to watelt the v.arying features of a party squatted on the floor who wereemployed in thenational game of "'Euchro;" As ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
SHIPPING INTELLIGENOE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. - September 19.-Ariel, schooner, 67 tons, Onptnin M'Casuland, from Errornanga 17th, and New Caledonia 26th August. September 22.-Winora (s.o), 259 tons, Captain Shoobert, from the Downs 26th Stay, September 23.- Remble (s), 225 tons, Captain ailluer, from Clyde River end Ut ladlla.-Pcerless, `ship, 1003 tons, Captain Elavin, from Liverpool, 23rd June. 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
THE "INDEPENDENTI" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MAmeKETiu sugaen, IXarLc. T Illl PROPRIETORS bIeg to inform the .I. Public of Jamberoo, Gerringong, Shoal haiven,- c., tc., thet their Oflico is repleto with every description of the ceost modern PLAIN AND FANcY Tvra, onnDESs, SC.,; Whiehi enabls thlse to excute werle iin a style equal to any other oflice ih the Coloney, with t iitmost accuracy iad dosptce. Plais and Ormenamitel Printing, ic uvery eriety end style, ineluding Peiiphlets L- w LaW Poems Catalogues icisiitess Circleirs Societiasl Iules Labels iReports -. '- Posters Ilillhceds i-iiHsd Bills Iousiness Cards Promissory Notes Leases. . Agreoeneits. : They hope, .by moodrate charges; neatness and. accuracy. li the execution of thcir. mork, writh punctuality i.coeipleting orders, to so cure cc slicire of public patrocnage. @iiP In tercis of the presecit postelerrange esmoents, Pristing aen be forwarded to iimy~ part of the coloccy cit a ilsorely nominhal rate of postage. * The INDEP...
POETRY. LINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
rOjETRY.: -. A~hbrirutifotglo seamed Kectoety, setto itan atireteod to cc ofliecr to tito~bcrace, foiloroed the R.rlegint to Deiblto, ictrore susi~e'qofrrol. unclog betieoe tiro Offieor cond barseed, the' dolorminod to comtoit scriido.: Niot lope aflorwoedls hoe tifoloss bodly ice t'oucd to tho Goonttyfros tho rantors relse bor, .I 'lo·ialm of reeigoltI Deeath'sto goeottrpylcrr Iei~rtlot5or gtod'olog smIles. Itcnuty's hotoc, ;o'sbdieg 1dncee; Sco ttroe Itore, pole, cold curt egW SShrooped by draih'o chidIng trueri b ~ locibiose teeters, rettsogoldeo, Soetty isee~plg ploctroets tours Mocrk tteot etreob Ithe roses trutn- 1.i ~ 'ulnteaudrotbrttorttb ourst . : Sco those tIps, rBhlet thue'd tire ruby, bled thle iyitotrlog smite thecy boro A·. ·nd those oyet, ooer~ont cod firelees, . Goor the cethrcstttu~.liglrt thley bore Moc~ strut bre~re by bott~otps notirr Storep denitbY digolty ercioletI *(orce teepensiningnorblo'o oeloieoesi-~ ·-Nose 'lt1 more them mobe blo eld. . Alas, forechecn I ...
PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
PETTY SESSIONS. Morrison v. Coondon-Uuder the impounding Act, for charging exece sive drmgsre on a bull. Settled out of court. Moguire v. Itingland- Abesisvo und insult iug language. Mr. Richirds Fir plaintifF. Jamues Maguier stated: My information noiv road is truc. On tiie diy uniucd I hod buisi ness at Mr. Hyafs1's public house. Riiglaiid was thiero. Ho olled 111 out, nid said non thing I did not 1ilk. I 'vent iuaglain. I thoti went to go home, sshe defeiidnct called me a b-y thief dutd a b-v robber, ke.-To dtfenodnt: You did not eslk me for a iiote to take to a Ir. e unsmnir. T. Tisrowser stated: On the day in question I ws nat Hyam's. I heard defenlantgall-ceim plainiait a b--y thief sint r b.---Zrobber.- To defen.dait: 1aguire cuilled yao a il-d scounaltrol, si 90 said yeou ouiglis to be hented oat of the duistrict. I think it ssao ufter you called lien a b-I y thiifr .c Fined fs. anid (s. Sd., costs of court, or ?I hooio itlock-ep. Patrick liearney surrendered to his bail to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
S10s. fTlflE ab /$~It1ITkt n 1abLzrn w hocl s Mr. Chestbr'o, a LCX ORAflf~JqJyls day somcwhier in Terr Notice. To inte og purchasers of the land at nH'o Fam.i J HIERE o io4against buying n a t o estate, as they odish~tt us'e ases of .kl~si A Dairymen said Settlers of the District, ipulic mooting at C, on THURS t rture of the tcnmei, foi the i ofna derin the lowprices, wihic 0 ruled It te market for the prodce of the distrin Timber Licenses. rown Linds Oceupstion Office, 26tt St er, 1803. LICENS to cul oinr onl Crown Lands ring ending 31st Debcmber, 1',u issued to the undermentioned pe s i: .E. Drallsn, J. Sho n s a Smith, Taboz Smith, General Zach s ous or. r ana. Daniel Tyrrell, Jo 'ii? osephi ollestoni, John Harris, uomsl JBattins, Son ci Dat tins, jun., John Thompson, William car son, John Boyd, John IKibbard, Jo ph Mulley.--Hardwood. Department of Lands, SSydney, 18th September, 1863. TITIT rference to the Government VY Notice, dated 31st May, 1862, rela tive to the oponiug and ...
THE ALABAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863
TIlE ALABAMA. The sea-lion of the Southern States has made her appeiiraee in the" Southern henispthere, anid isbeheeii duly "lionized" at the first British port where she has touched - the settlentceit of the Cape of Good Hope. On approaching that port, Captain Seinincs fell in with a coasting ves sel, the schooner Atlas, and forwerded by her a polite intimation that lie wes tbout to piut iiito Saldansa Bay for necessary repairs. When this became publie it mnity well be believed that the excitement it caused was of no comenox charactor, and a great addil tion was made to it by the remnarkihle cir cumstence that a Yanikee craft was ceptured by the rover within a fec miles of the port. The unlucky Federel ran into the very jitws of destruction, or at least of captivity, when another hour or 'prohbaly less, would have brounglt him safely into British waters. Thr\ Cayc Argus of August 10th relates the cir cumstance as follows: "As the Yankee came round from the souths-cest, and cas sbou...