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JAMBEROO. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
JAMIBEIROO. (Commulnicated.) ~1 MEairIoG Was assembled .in the ChurchI I E?gland Schoolhouse here, on F?ridky avenign, December 18th, to receive thelteev . t.H. Tucker as aL deplutation from the Uritishl and Foireign Biblq b9cicty. The ain, so long desired, came ,ineonveniently ior this occasion; but notwithstanding the taLte of the weather, the nuimberof persons solected in the course of the evening was nllicient to show a great local interest in the olbject to be proposed for their support. D.. L WVauigh, Esq., was announced as chairma, and after he had takei his seat, the 100th Psalh was sung. The v.lr. J. Kinross read lstPetr cll, uand tlihe resi deit clergyman of the Church of England offered iprayer. The clhairnman introduced the. subject of the imeeting with some remnarks uponi its universal importance, and its strong call for the unanimous sympathy aid supporl of.all -lwho believed it right that the pure Word of God should be possessed by ,individual Christiais. A clear and ...
ENTRANCES FOR THE BOXING DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
ENTRANCES fOt 0I"D CING.JBY - RACE;, Q,.' THE folloWting are the entraccet for tih races, to be ruin, as per advertisezment, 'ol Boxing-day, at Porter's Garden Beach : SF'osT RACE. SW. Oweni's, c g, Baroon GU Adams', 1b , Swcethriar J- a3Doul's, br g, Deception, alias Charlcy II. M3['l'crson's, c g, Walkor. SECOND RAcE. W. Owen's, lb in, Butterfly (G. Adaims', c i, Sweetbriir G. Adams', b g, So I'm Tould G. Cook's, b g, Red John, TuIID RACE. C. Grahami's, ii m, Kate W. Owen's, e g, Baroon J. Walkers, b ih, Bush tAit II. MPhersoni, 1) m, Bolnne. * THEr ketch William and Anne, from 'ihellbarbor, reports having sailed from helllarbor on Friday, 11th instant, put nto Wollongong on 12th, left again for S3yney on 14th, at daylight, and was off ydney Heads at 2 o'clock p.m., when the Sc'scl shipped a heavy sea, carrying away )ort bulwark, and washing overboard all the ire stock fromn port side, a heavy squall ;triking the vessel at the same time, which Irecw her oil her beam ends. They wer...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
TO ADVERTISERS. WE bog to draw the attention of Advertisers to the advantages whlich the lKtat.t INDEPENDENT itOW offers for their jtltrpot. This journal has met withl an amount Jf success whichl has few parallels in the history of local jourtnlism iln Australia. It reaclhs all parts of this and thie ncighl. bouring colotes, as well as those of New Zealand. Its circulation is most exten sivo in .the soutlteastertn districts (for whose benefit it was establishletld,) espe cially in the counties of C lamden anl St. Vinoeto . The noubcer of copics is stied at. ihis time, thle commencement of its second quarter, is nearly 900, and is rapidly increasing.
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 22ND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
R(osTER OR TUESDIAy, 1? c )EcEnt-m - ~ esarm Waugh lill'inlarshl, King, Robb, IDllud Iteddall. oBTEr Pon TUEaDA,2QOTI MECK:sIBEIR-SUe3srs. R. Fry. T. Chapman, larks, Mliller, anl Charles.
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
GAIDENEMR'S CALENDAR. DECEMISER. K(lrrLs?E OdnnP.--W~~ oed Idw:lter. Sore and plnlt as durlr the nu.ths of S pctober Novembr. nt OttCti*D.--ieed aod oterrwise attend to fruit trees FLowzan Olns,--Thle in"tructions for October and oteber pply orthi s ohso.l tiiu down n wee VliNZ?'A?.--Looselt sulrfae soil, keep down ueeds, replace stakea, drltroy insects. FItLD.-Thu buy hurVest shoultd bo completed thio month. The other tield operation9 tro but a continua tion of those of lctober ond November.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
KIAMA RACES, TO TAKE PLACrE ON 'fORTEI'S GARDEN . BEACH, \ o Bofi lDay, 26tI December, 1863. 5JUD00 :. Ir. George VWoods. TREASURER: i. George Adams. STEWARlDS : Messrs. A. (VoIdon, Hesnrv Fredericks2 George Chok, Joseph King, and Giorgc Adams. ? 1.. 1CTARTER sr Ilu.? : " Mr. cD i ilson. FIRST I:AC s.- ze or 12 Sov E Iusmxs. with a. .ccpst:akes of 1 so'.. eachl, for all horses: ontiht tbr age; heats over the beach. Secot?d horse to receive the sweep. SECOND RACE.-. ZE or 6 Sovs., w'ith a sweepstake of 10. each added, for all 3-year olds; one eventt second horse to reccie the sweep. \ THiIRD ,RACE. -P ? trr or G Sovs., with a sweepstakes of 10s. elch added; for' all horses except the wimners of the first and second races; H-ats, eatch weights; second horse to receive the sdeep. FOUR T H RA C E .-OoossooATLoo' STAKESE O 3 Sovs., for all bittlen horses; catch weights; ose event. Qualification, 10s. (d.; cntranlp, 10 per cent., on the talount· o' prizc. SAll dccisions of the Stewards to...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
WEEKLY SUHMMARY OF NEWS. FATAL AccPi'r.--THoREE IiVES LOST. --A deplorable casualty occurred yesterday afternoon, in Waterriew Bay, Balmain, which resulted in the death by drowning of three coloured seamen belonging, to the mail'steaoamer Northnm. The men.employed on board the mail steanmrs of tlhe oi solar and Oriental Steam Navigation Coin pany are provided witlh hlutaccommodation on shore, and whln the vessels ofthn com pany are in harbonr the crewss sleep and take their food in the liouses erected oppo site to. whscrce the steamers are usually anchlored. The Northami is lying in Water vien Bay at a distance of '-about two hundred yards from thle land, the cominmd nication witlh which is by means of a large decked sunt. Shortly afteir one o'clock, yesterday fifty lascars whlio form part of the Northam's crasw, were pinting thliem selses from' the vessel to tlhe mainland, and '-ihen lthey were midiray iti nnfortunately happened that the punt cantedtod one side, and thirty of tho m...
RUST IN WHEAT : ITS NATURE AND SUPPOSED CAUSE. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
RUST IN WHEAT: ITS NATURE AND SUPP'OSED CAUSE. To the Editor of thie Herald. Sm,-As a large portion of the wheat crops on the east coast of this colony, embracing a tract of country from Shoal haven on the south, and extending as far as the Clarence or -rafton district in the north, have recently fallen a sacrifice to a blight commonly called the rust; per haps you will be kind enough to allow me sufficient space for a few remarks upon the subject, which at the present time, may not prove uninteresting to a number of your readers although they may contain nothing that is new, nor of a practical nature. The effect of this cereal visitation is unfortunately but too well-known to the agriculturist, but that cause which exoites the evil is not altogether so apparent, and is often attributed by our rural popu lation to the ravages of the opases or some other mysterious kind of varmint, which, like a thief in the night, robs themn of their industry, at a ti?nc, too, when hope is pregnant ...
POETRY. SAMBO'S THOUGHTS ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 December 1863
POETRY. SA : 3m 08 TOUGHTOlS ON Till WAR. Do:: .Ioorth folks say 'tis for de slave :r ':::. Dat all de war's about; i:,:: :;,.... i Now dis is just a curls ling :' . Dot oS rbocon't make out. i:" Isay It isnot for de slave Dey're 0lghtin' wid do rebel; For ebory day tollu ome lat . m ugly as de deberl Dr' ooder day I dres so smar, Clean shirt and nice cravat, Wid boots dat come up to my knees, And black my shiny hat. S1hall a cab wid lady In, Lor i how sleo storm rnd pout; Howober,Ijump quickly in, oAd quickly she jump out Worn. ~a, don ogsor'rnor kogotin, And soon to mo he hollow S fHow dare you ride in white folks cab? Got out you old black fellow." So Sambo say, for poor black man, Dey do not pull a trigrgr; LIKELY dey shed dar blood for him, And call him" stinking nigger." Dey soy when dis lem w'ar be done, Dey Johnny Bulol will lilck; No good for dem tight Johnny Bull, For Biull he sure to kick. S - Do Yanlkees, dey whip all de world, But only wid dar movTr ; 0, 'lbr dry lick o...
WINE MAKING AT MADEIRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
*WINE 31AltlNG AT.MADDIRiA. Lineni front, M~r. Henry Ht Temple, of hbe firm of tmessrs. Blackburn, Temple, anmd o binson, of Malldeira and Londoli, to a gtbntle mnan in Sydney. Sinl--I have ioen requested by tihe house in Luondon to furnish you with anlly informoctioh tlunt imay be useful with lrcgard to the treat nest of wines in )fostro. I do so withll much lceasure, at the same time I must cmltion you thl;lt wrlt answers hero ilaoy probably not rc sult so satlsflctorily in New South W\ales. I bclieve thle process of fermenntation is still a klod of mystery to scientific men, but we all kluow that temperature has a good dcil to do sithl it, and unless swines go thloroughly throughl it, Ithey will not teuci out file. It is more or less strong according to tlhe body of the wine, and youi will never succeed in getting good vitnous bodly in wine uniless tmade frcm thoroughliy ripe grapes. The customt ill this islhrtd was to pick out and exclude all those that were green. Sullposing, t...
WEELLY SUMMANARY OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
WEELLY SUMIVANARY 'OF NE)VS tonerrav or 'ice' MaieroT Maux..-ThC M?erton mail was stbppd' on the. road near Msuswellbrook, by a single horseman, about ciht a'clock on Wendesday morning, and robed. Tlhe brignud, we are informed, was armecd to the teeth. IHe seized tihe bags, cot tlhem open, and extracted the money and registered cltters, acting with tlsc greastest nonchalance. He thuen rode away carryine the spoil with him and was atfterwardIsnoticed by some working men, :rossiug tihe Maitlanud road a little below Grass-tree Hlill, and strilking off in on easterly direction. He is described as be ing clad in shepherd's plaid trousers, cab bafge-tree linat, with dark whiskerd and large moustache. Our M"uscwellbrook corres pondent states that the vigilant trooper sergeant Slhannon, accompanied by his corps, started in pursuit immiediately upon hearling of thhe ontrageo.-Silgletln Tismes, Dee6mnber 10.--[A correspondent; Writing from Merriwa on the 17th. infornis us that. the rdbber was...
WEST MAITLAND. Monday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
WrST' MAI.TLrAND. M, Ionday;,noon. Seven or eight persons were studc up this morning between Ilutherfoird nd Anambah, at the turn of the load known: as Skeleton hut, by one well-armed biish ranger. A trooper, who was out airing his horse and unarmed, was also stopped. The cash-box was taken trom the toll-bar, and the bushranger treated one or two persons nt the inn. The police are now ml pur suit. .Monday, : p.m. The police came up with tlih bushratiger and several shots were fired, bt' the man escaped towards the niouuitains :. . .
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
MELsBOURNE. Saturday. tjge Marshall, on behalf of a commit teeT~ i gentlemen, presented Richard Green witi a testimonial to-day. The Yarra fell during last night about two feet. The Ovens Constitution reports that snow fell on the 15th instant in that dis trict. Saturday Evening. The Beechworth mail coach was upsoe to-day, and the guard was killed on the spot. The floods are fast receding, and the tommunications lately stopped are again opened. Monday, 8 p.m. The lRangatira (s.) arrived this afternoon at 2.30, after a long passage from Sydney. A cordial reception was given to the Sydney cricketers. In consequence of Ihe flood the cricketers had to land at Wil. liamstown. The Sandridge road is impas sable. The flood has cut a channel eight feet deep across the main road. Intelligence pours in of crops lost along the valleys of the Yarra and the neighbor ing creeks. Suburban roads are notyct open. The railways, by strenuous exertions, have partially re-opened for traffic. Tuesday Even...
CAN THE GOVERNOR BE SUBP[?]ENAED AS A WITNESS ? [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
CAN TUE GOVEr.NOR BE SUDPENAED AS A rvITNESS ?--During the progress of business at the Central Criminal Court yesterday, a question arose as to whether the Governor of the colony, Sir John Young, could be legally subpmnaed toat tend as a witness for the defenoe in the case of the Quecen-v. Picker; A post poneoaent was asked for upon tile ground thitthis Excellency had declined to per milita subpmna to be served upon him by iMr. 1. B. Smith, the attorney for'thle prisoner; and that it was possible (although not probable) that his Excel lency's evidence might become,indispen sably necessahr'y for the prisoner's defence. It was only on Saturday morning, it wos explained, that the possibility of Sir John Young's evidence becoming necessary and natoerial had, after conisultation /with counsel, been decided uposi ' 3Ir. Smith had thlereupon gone to GoveOnmriti':Hoit use with tile subpcna. , After an interiview with the Private Secretarjr, vwhiomninu nicatdd with Sir John Young, Mr. Smnith...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
SYDNEY MARKETS.;" The Sydney papers of Saturday lastlre? port as under: - Flour, first, per ton .. 15 0 o;.toOi: 0 0 Do., Seconds, per toll .. 13 0 ,0 " 0 0 Bmran per bustel of 20 lb 0 1 6 .. 0,0 0 IBiscuit, Cabin, per 10plbo 1 0 0 : ' 0 0 Ditto, Navy . ; o 0,15.0".. 0 0 Bread, per 21b loaf ... 0 4 : - 0 "0 Hay, per cwt ., .., 46.. O 6. 0 Grass .. .. 08 .0 '0 Lucorne ... .. ..:0 " 3 6 .. 0 &, 0, Straw s.. .. .- ...0" 3,6 0. Of3.- 6 Bark per do., .. 6 ,:..: O 4 6 .~. . ; 5 , 6 ?hat,: per bushel . O 8 6 :..':0 :6 0 Oats, per do. +.. ..m0 0:'':.:P:' 7 6 0: Barloy, per do0.. ?. ':6 3 -0 4 6 M[aize, perdo .. 0 ... .O,: 39 . 0 8: Green stuff perdozen .. . 0 : 9:::. 1 0 BeuElfpbrlb .. :o 0 0l 300 MIuttona per do;;' : :. U ' : 0 3 Porkper do ... .. 0: 04.. .O0 o ,s Veal, perdo :.. . 00 . ,.3. .O: 040: Lamb, per qr.". .. O ,':0 .. 0 0 0 Fowls per couple o . 03 0 .0. O' :38 Dutcks po?i do... .:. 0;::8' 0 -;. 0:,4. , Diecks;?wild, per do 0.: . 4: 0: ;.." O 0 0 Geese;',or couple .. 0 ,,...