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LATER NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND, VIA NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
LATER NEWS FEON NEW ZEALAND, VIi NEWCASTLE. The Tomatin, barque, has arrived, bring ing later news from Aucklaiid. Captain Swift was buried with all mili tary hlonors, near the grave of Commodore Bsurnett. Colonel Pitt, with the volunteers per Stnar of India friom n Melbourne, had arrived at Auckland, after a boisterous passage of eleven days The Miaories are getting very bold. Se vmeral skirmishes have taken place, with little or no result. The sentry at the Queen's Redoubt was attacked andi wounded in the thumb, whidch rendered amputation necessary. The natives attacked Wairoa, but wbre relpulsced without loss on the side of the the Britishl. Ensign Thomlpson had Ilis elbow slightly hIurt. The Auckldand Yolunteers, in their first skirmish, behaved well--twenty of them kccpiig at bay a .body of 200 or 300 Theories. The brigantine Delaware was totally lost near Wacekpunka Bay. iThe chief mate, Henry Squirrell, was drowned; with this one xceeption the lives of the passengers and crow...
BRISBANE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
Wednesday ] vening. According to the Brisbane Courier, a man in the ogaol for thie pst forty days, has refosbd food entirely, and drank no thing bht water. Ee professed to lhave led an evil life, and determined to punish him self byfasting for forty days, as Christ did in the wilderness. The Roman Catholic Bishop has at lengthl induced the unfortu nate mian, wi]o was reduced to a more skeleton, to eat. His conduct is athtributed to temporary insanity. Large nuggets from the North are now being disrLayed in the sholi:windows here.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—SEPT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
LEGISLATIVE -ASSEMBLY-SE'PT. 29. Mr. lomniirTSN, in reply to questions by Mr: LucAs, said thait it was tirue that'the residence of ?Patrick O'Meally, on the Wedden Mountains,-had been burned by the police. An information had been laid, and proceedings taken against thisparty, for unlawfiul occupation of Crown Lands, but the burning of the house he admitted was wholly unjustifiable. :?Mr. ALCLEAY moved the adoption of the report of the select committee on the har bour defences, and entered into an elabo rate review of all the proceedings during the last ten years, relative to the defences of Port Jackson, and of the recommenda-' tions of the prdsent committee, which wore in effect, that the most effbetive mode of defenco was tie erection of i fort on the reef known as the Sow-and-ligs, and that until tlhat object could be attained an iron plated block-ship should be provided for tih defence of the entrance of tio harbour, that tlie Middle and South Ieads should be fortified, and that...
OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
OCTOciER 1. In reply to questions pllt to Miuisters, thile following information was elicited: T.he names of the police who were engaged in birningc down tio residence of lilatrick O'Meally were sub-inspectors ltoberts and "lreinnan, andt constablel s -Iudson; Stopp, antd Mrusgrave; that it was not true, as alleged, thatl; Messrs. handle and Gibbons were insolvent, and that the Government did not intend to tike any farther steps in the imatter of the clhims of the workmlen on thile Great Southelrn Blaiway; tlht tihe maitter of an enquiry into the wreck of the Mioimosa steamsoer was now under considersa tion by thile Crown Lawr Ollicers.--A poti tion was presented by Mr. RoslETsoo, from 300 inlhabitants of Shoallaven, praying for a wharf.-The adcjourncd debate oni the financial statement of tile Governmen;ot was resumed by Mr. M?acrl? sorclSO , who conm mneuted a; some length upon the financial condition of thie country, and censured the new land law not only as destroying reve uue, ...
SEPTEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
S * SnTEMEsOn 3 0. * Mr. PIDniGTO ' movedio ,'taijou?in mont of the HIouso, in orderto drdaw atton tion to the state of insocurity of:lifo;e aid .properityTr ioni blo cndof tho country to.te othor-a state of thiugswhichl.had nevdr found its parallel from the ,establishment ' f the colony to the.o present time. He read several telograms, and correspondents' latters, .in slfich the, recent doprcdations hive bceodetailed. . Wihen was all this to end P ..These things were not a necessary oiseqieonce of. the Police Act, but of its bad administration.. ,The police behavedin such a inner as to ilienate tlhe support of the people. What had Captain M'Lerie done since he left Sydney?. They had 1200,policomo n who cost £250,000 a-year, andit was monstrously disgraceful to the lice and the Government, that. some dozon desperadoes should spread terror from one eond of"thlo country to the other. 'A largeo rewarn should at once be offered for the apprehension of these buslrangers.--r. Cowva': £200...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
TELEGIAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FRO3M THE ERIIALD AND.~IPIRE.) B?ATIWUEST. Mnonday, s pm. News has just reachd hero tnhat.Gilbert, O'Meally, Bn Hnall, Burko, andV'ane, liave stluck up. AMr. 'John Lonudon's house at Grublenbong, near Carcoar. They hand cuffed all tlhe inmates w'lile they searched thile house'tfor policemen they had been told wore thelre. Finding none, they wVent to prosecute tlheir search elsewhere. They said beforo leaviiag Mr. Loudon's house that if any more troopers woro.sent from Bathuist they would capturo them and take them in handeuffed to OCireoar. ., Tuesday, 6 p.m. Oh Saturday tlhe five notorious bush-, rapgers, Gilbert, Ben HIall, Burke, Vane; add O'3feally, stuck up M~r. Rothery's house; ant Limestone Creek, just as that gontleuiai'h .as .sittisig down to dinner;. Tlhey handeiffed hdili, and ate his dihmner, dallig'foi ehamlpgne. After dinner they played the pitnoforte, and beforo leaving tried 4oor three horses, so as to seleet the belist.' The sano night the...
SALE OF LANDED PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863
SALE 0o LANDED PIROPE??TY.-Thi beau tiful estate known as Grango Farm, Jnam boroo~ th legal possession of which had been Mr some years a sulbjiect of doubt and dispute, was at length sold by order of the mortgagee on Thursday last, at the Steam PacketHotol. The auctioneer was Mr. Lindsay Dymoce, wrho, as usual, did all th4could rio done for those who hadc em plho'd him... In spite of his exertions, however, and of thle desirable charactr of the property, tlu various lots were knocked down at prices which, if they could have been forescen, would have astonished pur chasers of six or seven years back. The lowest figure was £2 12s. 6d;, and the highest :£7 per acre. The purchasers 6f thle four lots into whiceh. the estate was divided, were iMessrs. T. Collins, J. M'Carthy, and Joias Jones. AcciDENT.-On Wednesday last, as Mr. Moffitt of Riversdale was returning from his selection at Wingecarribee Swamp, and passing through the Druewalla farm at present occupied by Mr. Thomas Collins, he...