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JERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 28 April 1856

        JERRINGONG, [from our own correspondent.] From the appearance of things in general at this place we come to the conclusion that business is decidedly improving in this   far-famed spot. A store of spacious dimensions is now being erected under the auspices of W. Ritchie, Esq., late of Dapto, and   as he is one of the go-a-head stamp, it is more than probable that   the settlers will find it to be very beneficial to them, as he intends   to carry on an extensive wholesale and retail business as general storekeeper, and may success attend his enterprising spirit. It is expected that a Roman Catholic Chapel will be erected,   here, in addition to the places of public worship already built. A society is in the course of formation at Jerringong, a com- mittee having been appointed for that purpose, to be called the Anti-poke-your- nose-in-other-peoples-business Soc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

. Steam between Kiama and Sydney. ??pntor. mHE KrAMA STEAM NAVIGATION COM MMh J- ZANY'S STEAMER KIAMA sails regularly twice iifewiiXsS a week between KIAMA and SYDNEY, leaving ..: ;. KIAMA ivery Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m., nnd VICTORIA WHARF, ERSKINE-STREET, SYDNEY, every Tuesday and Friday night, at 10 o'clock. ;? ?????'.? , - FARES . — ...?????. Cabin, 15s. Steerage, 103. , . The KIAMA will call at WOLLONGONG for KIAMA every Saturday morning ; and from KIAMA to WOLLOJSGONG every Monday. TARES : — . ? Cabin, 7s. 6d. Steerage, 5s. . 152 The ';Hlawarra,' Steamer. /*-^K? HP MS vessel will continue to leave WOLLONGONG -JWiffik ?*- for SYDNEY every MONDAY, WEDNES '^IfeM&L DAY, and FRIDAY mornings, punctually at 11 %§£&^S£ o'clock ; and SYDNEY for WOLLONGONG every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY mornings at 9 o'clock. Numerous mistakes having arisen, to the probable loss of the ' shippers, in consequence of their forcing cargo on board, just pre vious to starting, wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

NOTICE. WE beg to remind our subscribers, that a new quarter com-! meuced on the 7th APRIL, and therefore their subscription or the previous quarter are now due. FQX GROUNPS. MR, JOSEPH BLOW, has been appointed Agent for tbe above locality.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

Births. On the 25th ultimp, at Shellharbour, Mrs. Robert Martin' of * son . On the 26th ultimo, at her residence, Rossmore, Ulladullo, Mrs. James Murray of a son. On the 30th ultimo, at Wollongong, Mrs. Owen of a daughter. Death. On the 1st instant, a,t Woonona, '\Vollon,gong, Lissie Minifio, infant daughter of Mr. Thomas Hale, aged eleven months. . ; Ou the 3rd instant, at his residence, near Wollongong, Mr. Alexander Thompson, type-foundei, aged 40 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

Steam toetweenJShellharl)our and Sydney. ita**- THE STEAMER KIAMA, will lenvo SHE'LL-. 4|(j|ml HARBOUR for SYDNEY, every THUiiSDAY^ ^3!§§§» at 2 p.m. Pures and freights, the same as from Kiama. 24V*

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

ilji|ijimg SirWlignnt, ;' SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. . ; ' . Apkit. 27. — Kate Kearney, schooner, 85 tons, Punch, from 'Wellington the 30th mstunt. Gazelle, brig, 285 tons Donnie, from Wellington the lath instant. Boomerang (s.), 400 tons, O'Reiley, from Moreton Buy the 24th instant. Shamrock, brig, 184 tons, lliramer, from Wellington the 8tb intant, in ballast. Mercedes, Chilian ship, 5S5 tons, Lnff, from Valparaiso February 14. Albion, schooner, S7 tous, Hardy, fiom Port Curtis the 9th instant Apkii. 28. — Telegraph, («.), 700 tons, Gilmore, frum Melbourne. April 29. — Don .Tuan, schooner, 130 tons, Lindo, from Moreton Bay, the 22ud instant. Garland, Chilian ship, odS tons, Beatty, from Valparaiso, February 28. Eagle, schooner, 124 tons, Kelly, from Melbourne. Swiss Boy, American brig, 310 tons, Knipe, lrom Sun Francisco, February 19. Tasmania (s.), 4f-0 tons, Clinch, from Ilobart Town, the 20th instant' Spitfire, schooner, 114 tons, Sherman, from Melbourne the 23rd instant. May 1...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Empire, Friday, May 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ? {From the Empire, Friday, May 2.) ; We under sliind the scats in tlio Legislative Council, or Upper Chamber of the New Parliament, have been offered to the under mentioned gentlemen. It will be seen that the number of seats offered is thirty-six, but we are not aware whether, in the event of refusals, the same number will be filled up : — Sir Alfred Stephen, Knigbt, CMuf Mr. Justice Dickinson, Sydney. Justice. TTie I.ow-1 Bishop of Sydney. Archbishop roWing. The Uov. 'William Puives. The Rev. W. B. ISoyoc. Colonel Blomnflukl. Tlio Honorable Jjouis Hope. S. K. Salting, Esq., S3-duey. James William Bligl),~Esq., Sydney. G. Kcnyon Iloklvn, lisq., Sydney. Jacob Tj. Srontufinrc, Ksq.., Sydney. John Campbell, Ki-q , Sydney. R. P. Jenkins, Esq., lllawiura. The Hon. E. Dens Thomson, Sydney. ]?olicvt Towns, Esq., Sydney. J. Walker, Esq., WnliiRWvang. Hugh Gordon, Esq., liauar, near Thom.is Icely, Wsq., Sydney. Goulbum. Robert Johnston, Esq., Annandalo. Edward TCnox...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. ' ' TRICES OF FLOUR. Messrs. Barker and Co. : Tho market continues dull. Prices as last quoted namely, line flour, 201. per ton of 2000 lbs.; second quality, 241.; whoa* 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d. per bushel ; bran, Is. to 3s. 3d. per bushel. Mr. Breillat: The ilour market remnins without alteration tins wock. Fine Hour 261., Reeonds 241. per ton. Bran Is. to Is. 3d. per bu.ihcl. When* 8s. to 9s., according to sample. BUTCnEUS' MEAT. The average wholesale price of beef is, lj^d per lb. ; best. l%d. por IK ; mutton is selling at from 2d. to 2l^d., according to quality. The market js tolerably well supplied with cattlo, but prime wethers are scarce. A dale 01 200 head of Blackmans bullocks were effected at 51. per head ; 1C0 of Brown and Cullen's at 41. 10s, ; and 100 of Cox's at 41. 5s. A mixed flock of Bow man's sheep, 1100 were sold at 13s. per head. Calves sell at from 20s. to 40s. and lambs from 10s. to 12s each. I'igs are in demand at about 8}£d. per lb. Messrs. Long aud...

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THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ' Members Elected. 'The following is'a correct list of the election returns up to this ?date. ' Those with an asterisk ii're new members. Sydney JELuilIsts1''.' ? D. Cooper. , , , , \' ' S. A. Donaldson. City of Sydney .. .'.'.. .. C. Cowper. : ' ' ' r' - - H. Parkes. ' . ] ' ' R. Campbell. , ., s , J. R. WiJshire. ' ParkamattA ? .. .. H. \V. Parker. ' ? ','.,. , C-eo. Odlces. Korth-Eastern Boroughs'.. ..! E.- Flood. East Camden .-. .. ! ..'?..?'.. -H. Osbome. ..',',?' ? - J. Marks*., West Camden ? ,?-??, J.,M.icarthnr. ,.'';',,,' , . '. , J. N'. Oxley*. * ' SouincRN Borotjgiis' .r',.. ??.;?' ' T! A. Murray. 1 WERrERN'Boiioi'Gns ' ? '.. '.. '.. - -rA. T. Hoyroyd. Nort'humbuuland Boroughs ? .'.' . G. 11. Nicholls. . - ?- ,, -(. ', ,- ,;. ? . , B. 1'mssell.^ . Argyle, ,.. .'. '.« '..'?? ,.'\ .. ' J. H. Plunkett. North Riding' p'F Cumberland ' .'. J. B. Darvall. 1 I' ~- ',/ii '',''?'' i--\ - i1 ? ' - James Pye.* County of 'Bat'iiuiist'\. .'' '.. '' ..'?' J...

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

. THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Saiuiway Evening, 43^ .o'Clock. i s. d. £ s. d. 'Wheat, per bushel good samples... 0 8 0 tp 0 9 0 Mni/1!1, ... ... ' ...... 0 3 6 0 3 6 .Barley, Cape ,..!, - ... , ... 0 3 0 0 3 6 . !Fh-ur,lstquality,perton ' ... 20 0 0 26 0 0 Ditto, 2nd, ditto ? 21 0 0 24 0 0 Bran ? '... ,.. 0 1 Q '0 1 3, Hay, ottten, per toa ... ... 7 0 0 7 0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... ... 4 0 0, 4 0 0 rot.itpe«', now' per ton ..'. ... 2 10 0 2 15 0 Butior, 1st qual. dull ... ... 0 10 0 16. Ditto second' quality ... ,.'. from 10 up : : Cheese per lb ? .., 0 0, 4 0 0 6 Biicon it prime. . ' .;. .'.. 0 ' 0 10 0 0 1 Eggs, per d--7on ... ... 0 2 0 0 2 .0. ? Fowls, per pair ..'. '... 0 4 0 0 4 0 Ducks... ... ... ... 0 5 0 0 5 0 Turkeys ... ... ... 0 10 0 0 18 0 Geese... ? ' ... 0 10 0 0 15 0 ? ' .1 l'igs ? 1 ' ? dull. Calves... .. ... ... Ditto. Sheep, fat, each ! ... ... 0 10 0 0 10 0 Cattle, fat, per cwi, .;, ... 6 10 0 7 0 0 ; WILLIAM SPEEH, Agent, Commercial Wharf,

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Local Intelligence. DINNER TO ME[?]SRS. OSBORNE AND MARKS AT WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

, ?. '' ' :%mi: Mtlhtmt i . ' DINNER ,=TO MESRS. OSBOJRNB AND MARKS AT i . - .«»-.,- ? -iWOLLONGONG. r According to announcement, a public dinner was given to the above- n ariied ' gentleinjn, at Mr.'A. Elliott's, ]-'ig-tree Tnn, on ?Wedn'esday last! -'D.' tV-. Irving, J.P., -presided on the occasion ; and tthe' vice-chair -wa .occupied , by James Shoobert, J.P. The dinner .i\i as held in - tip ^spacious y.e'raiid.ib, which had been en ,larged for the-'occasio|-j— the .additional portion being covered at top' and ' side'with oaljio. **- Behind 'the presiding gentleman's chair were! spread the ^iglish ensign arid the tri -coloured flag of u ranee. : j.ne tauie- esenueu me wnoie length, antl presented a pleasingy land,; we, hav no'.douht, a gratifying sight to those a-ho had rode a long [stance,' with their appetites necessarily sharpened by1 the exetise. The eatables nliere each, of their kind, excellent and abudant ; and of the liquids supplied there was no stint. About sixtypersons...

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SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

SYDNEY ?MAltKKTB ? ?.: ., .; , , SaTUBIUY EVENJNG, 4-£ O'CLOCK. ? ? , - ju d. u. j* d. u Flour .,. ... ' ... ... 28 0 0 to 28 0 0 Wheat, por bushel ... ... 0 8 0 0.96 Maize (dull) ... ,.. ... 0 3 0 Q 3 6 OatB (Scotch) ... , ? 0 4 0 0 5 0 Barley ... ' ... ... 0 3 0 0 39 Potatoes (dull, per ton)... ' ,.. ' 2 10 0 3 0 0 Onions, good samples (scarce) ... 0 10 0 0 15 0 . Hay, per ton (qutea) ... ... 9 0 0 11 0 0 ? a Lucerne ... ... ... 4 0 0 5 0 0 Bark (if dry) ? 5 0 0 6 0 0. I'igs.aro uot in such good demand 0 0 8 0 0 9 Calves... ? ? ... 0 15 0 100 Fowls, por pair ... ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 Ducks ... .,. ... 0 4 0 0 4Q Geese ... ... ... ... 0 8 0 0 9 0 Turkeys marhet full ... ... 0 6 0 0 8 0 Butter. 1st quality, per \b. .. 0 1 0 0 16 Ditto, inferior ... . .... - ,....., 010 012 Cheese (colonial) ... ... 0 0 8 0 0 9 Bugs, per dozeu ... ... 0 2 3 0 2 . 3 Bacon, per lb. . . ? 0 10 0 1 1 Jlams ? p 1 0 014 Iiurd ... ? .. 0 0 0 0 0 8 Cubbnge-tree, por 100 hands ... 0 10 0 0 12 0 ARMSTRONG AND FULLER...

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THE STREETS OF WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE STKEETS OF W0LLONG0NG. At a public meeting, held at Mr. Hayles's Tavern, on- Wednes- day last, Charles Fairs, Esq., in the chair,. . ; It was moved by Robert O-wbn; Esq., and seconded' by C. T.. Smith, Esq. — ' That, on account of the dangerous and dis graceful state of the streets of the town, a committee be now appointed to consider some measure of immediate releif, to be afforded by private subscriptions ; and that the following gentle men do form a committee for such purpose;— Robert Ha worth Charles T. Smith, liobert Owen, John Garrett, Robert Osbornp,. Hilkiah Ilossborough, Charles Fairs, and George Hewlett, who will be authorized and, at the same time, requested to collect sub suujjuiuiis, mm toenect repairs wnere most urgently requirec. Moved by Mr. PiOBert Ha worth, and seconded by Mr. Jonn. Garrett— '-That, as the above gentlemen agree to form the committee, they do meet again on Wednesday, the 7th instant, afc 2 o'clock,, in furtherance of the object and report progre...

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TO LARRY DRISCOLL, ESQ., OF BALLINATUBBER. (Per favour of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

'? , / TO LARRY DRISCOLL. ESQ., QF BALLTNATUBBER. ': ?????'? (Per favour of the Illawarra Mercury.) Dear Lahut — I am sure after the hair breadth escapes that you encountered in your journey through, from ShonlhaYcn to Woll'on gong, that you will be pleased to receive a few lines from an old 'Jriend. The clerk of the weather having sent us at last a few fine days, you may now venture out again safely, ns the terror of the traveller is now passable, viz. — ' The Slough of Despond' ; hut 1 should another shower descend, it will be as bad as- over. The roads in and mound Kiumtv have of Into been almost as bad. . ' Bye the bye, old Friend, you missed a rare chance by not being at tne dinner on Wednesday last, at Maxwell's at Kiama, It was a spread in honour of having two members for East Camden. The chair was taken by the Man of the Mill, and the vice-chair ably filled by a Limb of the Law, and right well did they do their duty, being both good men and true. Sir Henry was seated on the ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, APRIL 21. (Before Messrs. Jenkins and Hopkins.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

COURT Off ?PETTY SESSIONS. ? ' Monday, April 21. (Before Messrs. Jenkins and Hopkins.) ? John Manning appeared on summons, to answer the charge of - -David James for an assault committed on him, by striking him on the jsiw with his hand. Manning acknowledged committing the offence; but pleaded great provocation from James two idays previously. Their worships were of opinion that this was no mitigation whatever, as the time between the provocation and committal of the offence was sufficient for him (Manning) to have V.*ought legal redress ; therefore, they fined him two guineas with costs of court, and one pound for professional cost. The amount Tras at once naid. Bobbing fiiosi the Person. — Henry East, was apprehended on ?& warrant charging him with robbing Joseph Downs, of Dapto, of -twelve one-pound notes, four sovereigns, and a note of hand for twenty pounds, drawn by William Kirton, and dated 1st March last, at Higgins's public' house, Dapto Road. Joseph Downs, uworn, s...

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THE ST. VINCENT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE ST. VINCENT ELECTION. To thce ! kind friend of my affection '. I write thcse.lincs about th'olection. - fct. Viriqont County, as you know, .Is a county -now so lew ' That, in her compass could not find , -? ? A member suited to her mind. '?? .U'heti ono 15 ? r (a miller he) Kindly offureJ himself to lie Our member, ami thought it was meet ' 'Wo -d'.. elect one who 'd buy our wheat; But wo said no ! you need n't bother, We !11 very soon lind out another. Thereupon, It- — r-n, hold .find free, ? . A ? y, and AI-^s, which made up ?- ? three, And said, like very grave logicians, ' Wc-'re the county's policifians, ; ..And, so, the county must elect Tho very member we select ; . And, under this true supposition, To S ? r sent a requisition : ,-. And S ? r came, in kindness came, To add two letters to his name, Of him we know not much about, Save lie could preach, could pray, could spout—; . ., He 'd been a sailor, and had seen The Lord knows what, and he had .?? ? been ? ; r ? A preac...

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THE BRITISH REPRESENTATIVES IN THE PARIS CONFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE BRITISH IIEPRHSI-;NTa|Ive7In THE PARIS CONFERENCES.' (From the Times, F-ruary 15th.) The Ministers whose high an honorable task it is to represent Great Britain in the fiproaching conferences at Paris may well be excused i they enter upon their arduous and responsible task wih, deep anxiety and not without some misgivings as to ;he result. Clouds and darkness are over the face of tli future into which they are about to fling themselves. The ^'negotiations of the past year, and the different fe nigs and wishes of the allied Powers on many points, my reasonably check any feeling of over-confidence in wlrclj the Ministers of this country might feel disposed 6 J indulge. France and Austria are closely united, anji 'iday be expected not to hold on all points language e altly identical with that which will be employed on behalf of Great Britain. It may be said indeed, without at all straining language for the sike of effect, that in the matter of the present war France is the represen...

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The British Press. AMERICAN ANIMOSITY TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

€\}t .38rifi0jr f m ' AMERICAN ANIMOSITY TO ENGLAND. (From the Scotsman, December 29th.) Whaf is the source or explanation of that animosity to wards Great Britain, whose manifestations so often break 1 forth in the United States, and yet which, as it as often subside.- and ends in nothing, would appear to be in some considen hie degree insincere and unsubstantial ? Such j thing is most unpleasant to behold, and exceedingly diffi cult to understand. Some little commercial jealousy might be natural — but it would also be unreasonable, for while the growth of their own commerce might well raise the Americans above all envy, our market is freely open to all their commodities, although our '?.hief commodities , ?sure permitted to enter their markets only at a disadvan tage ; but to see public meetings, and popular news-papers . i.i the great cities of the Union uttering prayers for the diecomfiture of Great Britain in a war so pure in motives ' as that now on our hands, and for the succ...

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

LOCAL COURTS. * In resuming this subject, we cannot but advert to the for-' mation of the first responsible government under the Con stitution Act. A better selection could in our opinion scarcely have been made by his Excellency the Governor General, than the appointment of Messrs. Donaldson, Manning, Darvall, and Nichols, having reference especially to the amendment of the laws of the colony. In this government, we have the Attorney General, the Solicitor General, and Mr. ? Nichols, whose: names alone form a guarantee that profound professional knowledge, talent, and industry will be brought to bear upon the task, a task indeed somewhat augasan in itself, but which, by -?'perseverance may be beneficially, for the people ,of this colony performed. ? ' ^ ? ' ''We pause not to enquire which of the multitudes 'of sub jects and acts are first to be investigated, am ended, 'or 'ex- punged — and all of which in a greater or 'less degree, ? vitally affect the interests and well being of o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. .i1',, ^'. ',.--«- ''. v' BIGH WATER AT , rllONTH. DAY'. '2 ' '1 'SVOLLONGONG. ?'???? .-1 ?;? -.-I I I ? '' ' -3 MORN. EVEN. :' ~ ? ' h. m. n. m. n. m. n. si. May- 5 M.. 6. 39 5 . 15 — 9.15 9 . 40 „ 6 .T .. 6. 40 5 .14 1 10. 5 11 . 30 „ 7 W.. 6.41 5 ,13 2 10 . 55 11 . 20 „ _;S T .. 6 . 42 5 . 12 3 11 .44 0.9 . „ ? .9 F :. 6 . 43 5 . 11 4 0.43 0 . 57 „ 10 S. .. 6 . 43 5 . 10 5 1 . 20 1 . 44 ' ,iii'';ll' , .Sun. 6.'. 44 5 . 9 6 2. 7 2 . 31 'MEASURES, XOT. iMEKV' ? , '? , :' j '! .; !'ir MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1856:'- ??' '

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