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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
TiLr year whici is now ?loing. williot have Pasecd away ,?y ihout leaiing on ",tlih sands of tiinme," sucl traces as form eildur ing lanidmariksi ii.ithe hiistory of mankind. The events, however whxich at their own sarticular time, giv e risc to the greatest amountx of public joy or sorrow, enthliu sasm or indignation,.arc not always thoso to Which the greatest permanent importanced attaches. *The auspicious marriage, for in stance, which in tlheearly part of the year, occasioned such unu-ohtcd demonstrations of gladness and gratulatio amonng all orders of people in our fatherlind, is not of itself one of the events of the yeair, which stand highest in intrinsic importance; though it is possible that from it, as from other similar events, consequences the most monsentous for good or for evil, may in the course of time hbe evolved. The alliince of JAME?Es IV with l, anonAT T1ORl proved, in the course of three or fourgenerations, tkhe happy means of wiping out for ever (he auimositics...
THE LECTURE AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
THE LECTURE AT TI"E ST OOL (F ARTS. The ex-Secretary of this Society, iMr. Joscph Barnier, gave his promised lecture on Wednosday eveninig last, the subject being " Qucen Elizabethll and her Times." The audience although not numerous, was veiy respectable, complrising mlost of the members of the society, and a good sprink ling of non-members. The clhair havimn been taken by Mr. J-ohn Dymock, one of tie vice-presidents, lhe introduced the Icc turer in a few iappropriate remarks. M5r. ]3arnicr commencccd his subject by oayiig, tlhat he did not w-isll the audience to sulipose tlhat thie lectlure he was about to deliver was ia new one, fbur he halld delivered it befbro aniother audience at ia dlistance. The subject Elizabethi and her Rcign, le thought, was one of dleep initerest, not only 'in a generail sense, but aseon(tiiiing the esta blislnienlt of tliht glorious reforma(ition the benefits of whiclh wec in this day were cu joyimg. The skethl, hlie thought, woull snot be comrpreheln i...
BOXING DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
BOXING DAY RACES. The annual.r cees -hich with more or less eclact, incver fail to come offon Boxing- day, at Kliama, were run as usual on the Porter's GardeL Beach, on Saturday, and excited much interest, notwitlhstandinig tllhat" bad times" had rendered it impossible for people to subscribe to the fuud :switli tlhe same liberality which lhas been displayed on for mer oscasions. About noon, the lovers of sport began, to assemble in considerable numbers .on thle beaicl, aind before long several hundreds were collected. .T-he perforiannces were watcheld, as horse races always are, with great relish and interest, and every one who considered himself in the least degree ilunlifiled to jtidge of horse flesh was, as usual, f'orward' with his obser vation aind erticisms. - Messrs. Adams, Toole, arid Crozier, all haid boothsion the grotisid, and were liberally patronsied; but we are glad to say only one or two in stances of intemperance were to be ob served. Yo' aceident calculated to mair...
THE HEROISM OF BUSH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
THE HEROISMI OF DUSH LIFE. Thie West Australian Times, of October If, says:-An incident in tile life of t poor man1 wns related last week in tihe course of our criminal scssions that in a fbrmeor ago would Iavo excited general admiration. Two shop herds woro in charge of one of the flocks of MrI. Johu IIassell, at aremote station. There were no otlher staitios withini twenty smiles of thollln. One afterlnools, soml1e tilso agio ole if tlcsse mien whlile occupied in hiis lht, which was only composed of stakes nuid rushes fuCied le heard as groan t at a little distance. Goisng outside, lhe again heItrd the soutnd of lolw snlsalline, fortd sooll discovered tIis cosl lpsion, CihssiCes Store.C, s lhig inlosensilel ill : sbrake, anl covenred tsith iislss rbls e spiar wosssls. COrrying hiss oni Iis backli tlo the hut, he laid ssis n on his knul'ssooiskiss rcs, washesd sus prebesd his wsound, succeeslod ie extracting thie Isrbi ofa sipear which was buried in his side, aisd ultismately resto...
JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
JANCUAR ". FIeLD-Soas Caps barley for green crop, strlh land, maine, mllet, Swedishdlurnip, carrot, seet, mangosld sarnol. &a. Sow sbrghuln saccharastm in roaws tireet :ree apsart, and ecah lant nearly a Ibot distant from 'iadat oth5r. Lost Ioths aorlisnry staise crop1, Illll\tp,,l looisn the noil betwt n the rowas; snd rcnstmlser that larS snaiz isa very impoverishin , bnt small kinds ant :nanrly so mich so. J)i snd store early lstatoncrop, now ripsian some plates, assi in this hlot lonthl woull destrsy sny left in tile anssntd. tnt lhrid isady far tSie autumn rasp of positosas, to he- plntlled ita barnsray sttd [rast, nnd psostul t at a snd.l atoes ars?w~ in a soldir cli~lat it poassible. Attend astobneeo ansd eotlon;'wneed loosn tile soil. ds, ,Prodced altasys nalltihnrrlgatlon snd weeadinag. Vl.arssaas Con t ale nsnmaar prunintg; don't pruna Iftho sap loins-.enmose latealsahoots, shortsnl ifatlt-* hearinsaa" bauha ward ssh~ e . J'ie up batriaa banstheda and putStham into...
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AND VACCINATION. 'o the Stockowners of Victoria and New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
rLEURtO-PNEUMION]IA AND VACCI I N · AIION. , BY ;GRAIA'i 3IITCIIELL, 5.R.C.V.S.;F .IS.E.i o the ,Siocbto tei of Victoria d V Snierosoith SIn consoquence of:tlihe molny- -anxious :.in :.:iiries daily ilade tome in reference to thiis eaose; it occurired to iiie tliat biyj pilblishiilg •hat I kietliin' refrerico to it would beo the :st w-ty.of at o1nce plaeino .stockoioners in scsesslo-o of;tle results :of my edxpriene, lichl hits been textesive ii Sdotland as well ; in Vicitori' ? l.diisig convincel tthat I have scovored the Cost edffective o;vay of presers-" , cotiitiracting" ild 'uiiingr: tihe vacciiie ml?ph, whihcl: hlis boeen th:e stuiblling-block Sthi operation. hitliertoTIL placed myself i.i ,mmuniceation wvtih' tle propriotor of tihe Soriomist, :withl whom:I .arlraliged' that. my ture, dlivered at .St.: Gorge's Hall; 11th jvember;- 1Si?3, shliould be published in the :oodoisit.in- a condenscd form. I tlierefor" mu to appOly tim slears, hbut t trost 'that I y-tse bqen. able :to ...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
SGARDENER'S CAi"ENDAR. Eta ta?.? Ganata.--Woed and avatar. Soa and plint as daring th'moanths of Oatober and Naovnmhr. • Onnaa.-Wnad and otherawse attend to fruit trees os iuth naonths of October and Noveabrr. FLoawna GananEn,-The instrationaS for OCtobar and. "aonember apply far thins nonth dalso. Vins.yad.--La?nen aurfaac soll, Bocp down roedi; -eplnnc stakes, detroy insects. _'Ft-L.-Tthe hay haresat shounld bh aompletatd tlIs mantil. The atlnr tio n aprrattana ann hat coatinna lion of tLhgse ofa ctobar and S~oFlnabch.
MR. JENNER ON PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
MR. JE\NER ON PROTEOTIOf. \VWE roprinit the follsowii ip.aragraiphs fromi an able. articelo ..in .tle. Merlboone Aro Pi~ - The iMr :Jainer, lwho islidiitiobned, is, it sceins, a mnembeor of this Victorian Legilature; wh. has distigmuislied hiinself:like --Jeimmy Maur. tin," by. his adhimrone to tlio, eexploded doe trines of Protection:. Mr J;isCer alppears? moreoSver, to be osnof thosc who are alarmed. at the supposed necessity of :rctifyinaii, thi balance of trade lIy a large expenditurb of bullion, as if gold and silver. waer tho life - blood of the coolntry...: . :. ." , sTh :thoroughm hand absoluto character of Mir. Jonuer's commi rcial cred may be seen in the fact tlhat he is. till, by his own deliberate avosal, a believer in tlhe nilint fillacr of thel balaiica:of troado.:.He is sonfor in advamice, evdn of thd lattorday iprotectionists of Eiiopo. tlhat hle is.stilll covinced ,that thie excess of iniiports over c?.ports is ruinotis to ftle esport. ing:cititit y. 1He pel'rsists;...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
H4PAND. A groes hotre hahsbeen perpetrated in a most foolishi manner by the Earl of. Lei trihl pon thell Labrd. Lieutenantof Ir:elsnd, her fajesty's persooialrepreosentatrive; which has ?ciused a: greatdstii in all circles, ini both countries.; Io the coirse of his Exsellency's tonirin time Westei; Highlarids, he purposed stoppiing atthe ?MlaimH otel, in Connemara, but when withi~i tivo dmiles of th place nio tice ,aos c':b-neyed to him bly the police t:hrt the Eairl at Leitrim trho owner of the hotel, hha dircted its doors tdobd closed ntainst the representative of heis Majesty. The follbwsing is tlhe order of 'th6 Earl to Mr. Kioigi the landllora : . Galway Oetober.G. : KIing,--I will be obliged to you to fill the hotel witt, iiiy teniits forthriCitsh. Let every room- jbe ccupied inimediately; aiti olditins o to.be occupied, 'and wlhn so occupiel, y;o'u will: :refuse admnittancse to .:Lordi OCnatrlisle and :'Iis party. If there should be the slightest difii cuilty as to fiiling th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
ILKIE'S BISCUITS. frosli and good, v will make little childreus' mouths water ad chlildren thirsty. May be had at fol low?hg v paice; New O -wine iJd O s, 10d. per lb. Picknic I o do Abernethyl IA dq 7d. per lb. A largeir-e I;d taking half a dozen pounds, or more. G. BULLEN. First, to all ny cnltonc al merry Christ mne, wl a tlapply New Yea . Secondly, to all oth"ers i l the( district. GEO. 1B LEN. " ýWanted to buy, for Cash, A L Z TQU -N' Tr OF COR1N.. Apply to I JOHIN I S. S11111rl Vorke. Wanted, A U?SE III.AD. SApl, at / /^- jlh STOR'S, S 'iSing-strect, _ I f ? Kianma. Notice of Removal. STORYAiAGHI AND CO., 3\athema . tiral, ]Philosophical, and Optical Instrument. Malikcrs to the Surveyor-Gene ral's Department, Oservatory, &e., &c.. beg to nftorm th p atrons, that they have removt j rt tablishmiont to I Gorg-stre/ ie(ono door sontlil of [Huiter-street), in1'are now prepar)ed to supply all kilnds lf MATHEMA' CAL, OlTi C 0L, and ,.STURO .l N STI'R IiU 1 LHOTOGfl ( ...
REMOVING THE SUNKEN ROCK AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
E.'tOVINtr TilH SUNKES itoCK AT Por.' PIIILLIP HrEus.-Our Qucenscliff correspon dent sends tle following particulars as to the blasting of the Lightning rock;-" Thei rock outside Post Phillip IHeads, on lwhich the Liugtnin t struck on her late voyage to Eag land, ind which was so dalngerous to all vs :els of heavy draugt, lying as it did so near mid clhnnel, has at leingth bee blasted to a sulticient depth to ullow the largcst shipls to pass overt it without datger of striking. The stronlg tilde that is al ost constantly runting out of or into the bay. leraving but ai feI milnutes' slain wa ter, and the leiavy crioss sua proved tie greatest diliculties in carrying on the operations. Captain Nortian, in HI.M.S. Victoriu, assisted by MIr. Wa;rdell, insecitor goneral of public works, lihave been cmliployed for the past fortnight in placing buoys to imerk ihe rock, which have been carried ulmder by the current as often as laid downa, and in wlatching for a ftvorablo opportuunity for seu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
DEATH. &nbsp; On Friday, the 18th instant, at his resi- dance, Terragong, near Jamberoo, Mr. Dennis Farraher, aged 42 years, leaving a wife, three children, and a large circle of friends to lament their loss. Requiescat in &nbsp; pace. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 December 1863
THE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUARE, KIAMA. THE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the &nbsp; Public of Jamberoo, Gcrringong, Shoalhaven &e., &e., that their Office is replete &nbsp; with every description of tile most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, &C., Which enables them to execute work in a style equal to any otlher office in the Colony, with the utmost accuracy and despatch. &nbsp; Phlilo hid Ornamental Printing, in every variety and style, including Pamphlets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars Societies' Rules Labels Reports Posters Billlheads Hand Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreements. They hope, by moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, with punctuaility in completing orders, to secure a share of public patronage. &nbsp; In terms of the present postal arrangements, &nbsp; Printing can be forwarded to any part &nbsp; of the colony a...
GREAT MEN IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
GREAT IMEN IN ENOLAND AND AMERICA.-Mlahattan observes .1-" Your great men in England have the advan tage of ours. A peer has property, and is not obliged to get by hook or crook the means to live. Hero if a man has talent but no money, how is he to get along ? He has to steal or help himself until ho gets money and can afford to be honest and virtuous. Rich men do not go into politics. Their ambition grows with what it feeds on. Astor does nothing but get. So with 30,000,000, lie wants 30 more. Stewart has a little more ambition; he not only wants to be richer than Astor, but lhe wants to do the largest wholesale and retail dry goods business in the world. So it is all the way down to the 25,000 chaps that have got 50,000 dollars only. 'They all slave, slave, slave closer and work lIarder than the worst worked slave in South Carolina. They get up at eight, breakfast, go down town about ten, work steadily until five p.m., lunching down town. At six they dine and drink freely until ei...
ADELAIDE. Thursday, 10.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
AB?LAIDE. . Thursday, 10.30 p.m; The body of a mann named J. A. Saun ders'was found in the bush at Yorke's Pe ninsula:; 'hehad perished for want of ool and water ;'he following was dis covcrodp.writtenon' hisi canteen, "Without .rater foair days-despaii', flmine, misery. God iaveo.morcy in my ?sol.11 SThe whole of the foot police are on itrike. .The Gbovcrrient have increased their hours on duty.froiin a.m. to 8 p.m, A conference was held between the men and the Government, thefo??isbhhave determined .o resign, in abody, tib"orrow, unless the Government yield. The police found £3000 secreted in the louse of Goodman Hart, who had declared limself insolvent..: Hart and his wife have been arrested. Prices of wheat for.immediately delivery, 4s 3d to 4s '4d par bubhel.
THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. Melbourne, Friday, 1st Jan., 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
THE INTERNATIOGAI CRICKET MATOIr. ~Melbourne, Friday, 1st Jan., 1861 THE match between twenty-two Victorians and the English Eleven, commenced to-day. The wickelts wero pitched at 4pto, and the eleven having won the toa, wnt in the Melbourne men. Marall '.amid Siveeny made their appearance if the wickects, to the bowling of Jackson and I'tayward. HIfayward bowled the first ball front wlhicl 2 was made for ia leg-byo, amidst great cheers. Marshall played absort and lively innings forS. Greaves showed some splen did batting, and made 34, the top score, while Hewitt played very prettily for his 14. The following is the scoro: Marshall, c Carpenter ; .......... 8 Sweeny, run out ..........:..;..... 0 Greaves, a Cacsar 4.......' :..... ·4 Hewitt, b Jackson ....... 1'.'.... 1, Huddlcstone, c Carpenter' ...... 15 Smith, run out .....................0.. 0 Bryant, b Tinley .............. ..... :2 Tait, st Lockycr..................... ' "1 -W ray, b Tinle ....... .......: ......... , 10 : Cos...
CRICKET. ALBERT CLUB v. MELBOURNE CLUB. MELBOURNE, 12.30 noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
ALBERT CLUB -iMg XN.E CLUB. 12830 noon. The following is t*.a score on both sides: ALBEkT.SIL IMsT INNInsOs. Gilbe Cos ..... 18 o an; Costi .................. 1 d ones, e Greaves b Costick......... 5 Lawrence, b Elliott ............. 32 Dickson, .bCostick .................. ;. DI)'Arcy, c an5,b Costiek ... Curtis, b Costick I . ,,. 15 Stack, b Elliot.t ?' .h *..:.:.. 3 Hogan, 6 Conw field ... 13 Fowlis, not out:,. .. .... ;.. 17 . . .Bye s, .:...... . .. ..... .... "11 ; Byes?" . . : I .........1.... - 11 ,. . T. . '.. .... ......... ........ 19 ' VI1LBOTURNE OLUTB --Ieso IsNiTse . Frazer, runout... . .... ............ O'Brien, run.out .. :............. Ceostick, b Lawsnnce........... 0 Wrirdill, run ... .... 3 K:elly, o?Ho"as.. : ...i. : 11 Greaves, e n ............ 26 Hope, b Th6mpson?I:....... 2 Conway, run out, ...14........ ...14 SHauldleld, b sompsoa ............ 0 Elliott, e G eor .....,......... 1 Camerodn: ot out;............. ..: 29 " . yes, &0 ............ . .. / ...