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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) ?. Sir — While wandering in the neighbourhood of Greenhills the other day, I picked up a paper containing ns I saw some rhymes ; : I thought of course that this was by no means extraordinary, as I ;/was then in the immediate vici'iity of the Greenhills poet ; but . i upon perusing the first few lines it struck me ns wanting that ?sublirait}' of expression, for which Mr. Moss is so famous — I knew at could not be Dr. Alley, and though my thoughts turned for a ? moment to David Berrie) the Carpenter, 1 considered immediately that ifc could nofc bo lha nroduotion of his ciirantic intellect, and . so I considered that it mnst emanate from some unknown poet in that neighbourhood. ; You know, Sir, that ours is eminently a poetical district, and . that Mr. Moss by far exceeds them all ;* in fact, I have no doubt . (that in some future age) disputes will arise as to what place has ' the honor of his birth and his burial. To prevent any dispute ! wit...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

Original 'tmsw&mt. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with tho ?' ????'? opinioiiH of gentlcmon availing themselves of the opportunity of advo ? : eating their views in this department of our journal; nor can we under f, -; ; taku to insert auy communication not having the writer's name and uddross attached thereto— not necessarily for publication, but as a ' guarautco of good faith. — Kd.]

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Tales and Sketches. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT; OR, THE FISH OUT OF WATER. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

i:';;r/;:VCto]|-' tt; iflttfcjjei ? ? r ;)'..'? ' ', LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT-;. ;; ^ ;?/.',' OE, THE FISH OUT OF WATER.; '?'' ? ' Chapter VT. ? -i ? ? : _ The next morning, having been ! refreshed by a long -/night's sleep, Paul summoned up energy enough to attend 'r chapel ; and finding that no one there seemed to have the ?slightest knowledge of his late ridiculous mishaps, he took 'heart and returned home to breakfast with the elastic pace ?of one who has just unexpectedly surmounted a difficulty .ithe.1 burden of which has been long weighing upon his spirits. In fact, he would have become quite as happy 'as ever, had it not been for the clouding recollection of ? bpplna, lor whom., -as las selt-conruience increased, his old .?affection revived.- How delicate had been her conduct in rnot returning to the scene of his humiliation ! How , prompt and generous her interference with the magistrate in his behalf! Yet she was lost to him ; for how could he expect that lady of her sensitive ...

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MURDER ON SHIP-BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

MURDER ON SHIP-BOARD. At an early hour (1 o'clock yesterday morning), a most brutal and unprovoked murder was perpetrated on board the Chilian ship, Manuel Montr, at present lying at Campbell's Wharf. There are circumstances connected with this fatal affair that make it a matter of little doubt that instead of one victim, the perpetrators. aimed at the commission of a triple murder, for, although only one person has died since the occurrence, two others are lying dangerously wounded. Tho parties implicated and now in custody are Spaniards ; the principal is named Jose Perara, and his accom plice Manuel. The objects of their vengeance are Englishmen, and all were seamen on board the Manuel Montt on her lust voy age to tins port, me circumstances connecteu witntne muruerooB attack, and arrest of the accused, are as follows. About one o'clock on Sunday morning, Jose Perara and Manuel got on board the vessel, after spending the day together on shore ; the found their shipmates in their ...

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Misscellenea. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

^ rrSr^It^irell^XtEtT. A successful attempt to cnltivate the sugar-cane has been mada in the department of the Vaucluse. In June last a M. Telliee, re siding in the village of Caumont, having procured some of tho reeds of that plant from a friend in the colonies, sowed them on his estate, and notwithstanding the advanced period of the season, by the month of October last they had attained a sufficient degree of maturity to be cut down and subjected to tho operation for ex tractiug the juice. One hundred canes of a medium size wero crushed by means of an oil mill, and afterwards pressed, when they yielded 50 litres of saccharine juice. Oneimportant point remains yet to be ascertained, and that is, whether the canes produced trom cuttings will succeed as well as rrom seed, as it is weiJ known that those raised by the latter process lose a great deal of their saccharine quality in a few years. The sugar-canes grown afc Caumon attained a height of about nineteen feet. The cultivation of...

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English Extracts. RUSSIAN PLAN OF NEXT YEAR'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

(^ngfolj f aturk RUSSIAN PLAN OF NEXT YEAR'S CAMPAIGN. A letter from Moscow of the 20th ult says : — The grand council of generals lately convoked at St. Petersburg, under the personal presidency of the Emperor, have settled the prineiples on which the forthcoming campaign shall be carried on. St. Petersburg and Moscow are to be fortified, and together with Warsaw, will form the three first class fortresses of the empire. General Todtleben has arrived here, and, notwithstanding the extreme rigour of the weather — the frost having set in here with all the proverbial voilence of a Russian winter— may be seen every day, accompanied by his staff of engineers, all wrapped up in bears'' skins, surveying the ground and fixing the poles to designate the line of cireutnvallation, which will be commenced on the breaking up of the frost. Besides this, other fixed principles of strategy have been agree:! on for the prosecution of the war, though it must be confessed that as it is so essentially...

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THE SHELLHARBOUR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

THE SHELLHARBOUR RACES. On Thursday last, the merriest day in the ' merry month of May' the first* Shellharbour Races came off, on a course the pro perty of Mr. Duncan Beatson, Macquarie Kiver, that gentleman liaving kindly placed it at the disposal of the Stewards. The attendance was both numerous and orderly, there being, at the commencement of the sports, between three and four hundred persons present, among whom we were gratifiod to observe a goodly number of the ' fair, the beautiful, and the good,' as the gentle sex were termed on a late festive occasion, by a 'Jolly Young Bachelor.' We were much pleased to observe, also, the orderly demeanour of nearly all the persons present. The host of the Mount Keira Hotel, (Hugh Higgins) was in attendance, and, with good liquors, civility, and prompt attention, ministered to the demands of the thirsty concourse, with, we hope prohfc to himself, and, we know with pleasure to most of his customers. The racing was remarkably good for all th...

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SUPPLY OF WATER TO WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

SUPPLY OF WATER TO WOLLONGONG. - It will be in the recollection of many residents in the town, -that about eighteen months ago a subscription was entered into for the purpose of having a survey made of the mountain range, in the vicinity of the town ; in order to fix upon a source from whencethe town might.be supplied with water. It was suggested, 1iowever.5 that, .the Government if applied to, might order such survey; Application w»s made accordingly, and eventuated in ? instructions to Mr. Shone to make.it, and report. In a report .ot the roads and i-MDlic worica or cue coiony, pnntea , .liy order of the Legislative Council, and which we have received .this week, we find the following having relation thereto. Surveyor General's Office, ??'?'?? Sydney, 13 December, 1854. - SrR,—The increasing wants of the growing town of Wollongong, ,-and a late reference to this office by the Governmeot, render the .question of a sufficient supply of. water of g-eat importance to the - inhabitants...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

?;. '.. .'.liito'Bnttft Meeting of the LEGisiiATURr — The following notice appears in yesterday's Givernment Oaxetit: — 'with reference to the 32nd section of the .constitution Act, 17pctori«, N,o. 41, requiring that the Legislative Coun.eil and Assmbly shall be called together for the first time, not Inter than si calender months from the pro clamation of that Act in the colon, which will expire on the 23rd day .of May proximo, his Excellenq the Governor-General directs it to oe notitieu tor general uiiomati.on, that a proclamation, in the proper form, appointing theltirae and pjh.ee of meeting, will be issued accordingly, with the ltist possible delay, after the ap pointment of the members of |e Legislative t'ounejl in the I wanner required by foyr'*rrJ3?njiief April 30,

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

, ..... Wollongong. JOHNSON'S (late black swan) FAMILY HOTEL. i .'ID ARTIES patronizing the above Hotel are assured of finding '. X GOOD AND CLEAN BEDS, first-class Wines, Spirits, and Beers ; attention, civility, and comfort, with moderate charges. LUNCHEON DAILY AT ONE. N.B.— Good Saddle Horses for Hire. 422 Kiama Hotel. MR. J. MAXWELL, begs leave to announce to his friends and the public, that lie he has obtained a license for Mr. Car Tiithers' new house, Kiama, as a Hotel, where he intends to pro - Tide accommodations of the best description lor travellers and others who may patronise him. Every endeavour will be made to i make it one of the best houses in the 'district. Best Wines and Beers, always on hand. Good stabling provided. N.B. — Luncheon on steamer and Court days. JOHN MAXWELL, 590 Kiama. law. MR. ROGERS, duly admitted an Attorney, Solicitor, and Procter, of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and for nearly three years past Conveyancing and Equity Clerk in an '„ off...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 5 May 1856

Sltenmi iiBfrirf Snftlligemt, ? KIAMA. [from our own correspondent.] Larceny. — James Smith, a stockman in the employ. of Mr. ;D.' Berry, was brought before the bench, Messrs. Gray, Wuugh. Menzies, Fry, Kwer, and Plindmnrsli, charged with having taken £8 from Mr.' Thomas Fuller, storekeeper, on Saturday, the 26th ultimo. From the evidence of Mr. Fuller and constable Himes it appeared that Smith, who bears an Ione3t character, was, when he took the n.om\v, in a fit of intoxicuion and unconscious of the deed. Mr. Fuller had his money given back to him ; and the case was dismissed. A charge of drunkenness was then preferred against Smith, to which he pleadejl guilty. He was thereupon fined 20s., which he then paid into Court.. Stabbing.— =? Yesterday the bench committed Hugh Kennedy to stand his trial at the Quarter Sessions, for having stabbed Michael Gallagher of Jnmberoo. It appeared from the evidence in tins case that, on Friday, the 25th ultJKennedy and his sons-in-law, Michael an...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. PRICES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. PRIORS OY FLOUR. Messrs, Barker and Co. : The market is very quiet : Tory little doint, aj««f ™ IT J'™ floor «? V lo» it SM» II.*,, Moond* quality ™r' '™ 8'- «?'»'*? p« .nAll''ililo.l!lul: Pu 'iml' markot remains without alteration. Fine, '261:, seconds, 241. per ton. Bran Is. to Is. 3d. per bushel. Good samples of wUcat are worth from 8s. to 9p. per bushel. ? * The Chili Flour Company quote at 241. and 221. Wheat 9s. 6d:. Bran, 1». BUTCHERS' MEAT. Messrs. Long and Harding report for this week good cuttle still www ? wmcu fHill wull; the market plentifully supplied with / inferior Kinds. We hare sold during the week 97 head of the latter at 31. Si. to 41 ' ihe mutton market is a little brisker than last w«ok, particularly tes.i -qtiality ; w# have, sold d.urhij tha week 1100 wethers, averaging 12s. 6d. abo,l200 ewes, at an average of 8s; 9d., of middling quality. ' . Slaugbter-house prices are— beef, l^d. to 2d. ; mutton, good, 2d. to 2%d. ' r- Port TRY AMD DAIRT PRO...

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

. THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCl'LiR. Saturday Evening, o'CLoor. v. x m. d. £ a. d. wheat, per bushel good samples... 0 8 o to 0 9 o Maiae, ... ... ... ...0 3 6 0 3 6 ? JJariey, Cape ... ... o 3 o 0 3 6 '' .'Jl'Wistqualuy.pertoQ ? 26 0 o 26 0 0 , Ditto, 2nd, ditto, ... ... 24 0 0 2i o ? : it™'1 '? ??? - 0 1 0 ,018 ' ; . Jlay, oat ei, per, ton ... 1 7, 0 0 7 0 0' , Ditto, lucerne, ditto .., ... 4 0 0 4 6 0 ? i.Potatoe-., new per ton ... . ... 2 10 O 0 « * ' Butter, 1st qual. dull ... , ^ 0 1 6 0 1 ® Ditto second quality ... ... from 10 up ' Cheese per lb ? 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon if prime ? 0 0 JO 0 0 1 IJggs, per dosen 0 2 0 0 2 ? ' Jowls, per pair 0 4 0 ' 0 4 ? : '? 0 5 0 0 5 0' Turkeys ... . ... 0 10 0 . 0 18 0 -*.eeBP - - ? - ' ... 0 10 0 0 15 0 ^ *'¥» ? v ' ... dull. bheep, fat, each ... „... 0 10 0 : 0 .IS' 9 * futile, fat, per cr/t, - ? ^6 10 0 7 0 t . : WILLIAM SI' BE II, ' . , ? Agent, Coranmrcial Wharf. '

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

Cnimtimiiil SiMigntre. SYDNEY MARKETS Satbmut Eyeniko, 4V o'Clocs. ? ?? : s. (1. £ s. d ? W?UVM V V'.. -24 o, 0 to 24 0 0 -V heat, per bushel .,. 0 8 0 0 8 0 Maize (dull) ... ,.. o 3 O 0 3 6 Oats (Scotch) ... ; « ... o 4 0 0 6 0 Baley ... ... 0 3 0 0 3 6 . , 1 otatoes (dull, per ton) ... 2 10 0 3 0ft 'Onions, good samples (scarce)' 0 10 O 0 16 0 II ay, per ton (oaten) ... 10 0 0 12 0 0 Lucerne ? ? 4 0 Q 6 0 0 Bark (if dry) ... ... : ... 6 0 0 6 0 0 1 igs, are not in such good demand 0 0 8 0 0 ft £alv,u8- ' ? ? 10 0 15 0 Fowls, per pair ? 0 3 0 0 4 n *)ucks - 0 5 0 0 5 6 Geese ... ... ... ... 0 8 0 0 9 0 . Turkeys marhet full ... 0' 6 0 ' 0 t''0 u ?? - Butter, 1st quality, per.lb. ) ? .. . o 16 0 1 S . Ditto, inferior ... ? . ' ,i. ... 0 10 0 14 Cheese (colonial) .... 0 0 6 0 0 T Eggs, per dozen ... ... 0 2 3 0 2 3 ' Bacon, per lb. .. - ? .,. o 1 0 0 11 Hams ... ; 0 10 0 1 4 ?' , ?' ?' ' ?? 0 0 6 0 0 8 Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands,j^ ... 0 10 0 0 10 0 ARMSTRONG AND FULLER. Commission ...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

lliipphtg Stifrliigctn?. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. May 3. — Thomas and Henry, brig, 235 tons, Thomson, from Otago Aprif 2. Result, ship, 1460 tons, Caw, from London February 17, and Start Point February 20. May 4. — London (a.), 650 tons, Watts, from Melbourne the 1st instant Velox, brig, 141 tons, Ilolford, from Lyttctton (N.Z.) 5th April. May 5. — Yarra Yarra (s.),. 350 tons, Bell, fiom Horeton Bay the 3rd instant. William, schooner, 90 tons, Camroux, from Fort Macquarie 30th. ultimo. Jlay 6. — Jeune Lucie, schooner, 100 tons, D'Almain, from Botumalt March 31. May 7. — 'William Denny (s.), 700 tons, Mailler, from Auckland, the 30th. ultimo. Douglas, schooner, 100 tons, Sanduman, from Newcastle, tbe lith instant, iu ballast, Grafton (s.), 315 tons, Wiseman, from the Clarenc* River, 1st May. May 8. — City of Sydney (s.), 650 tons, Moodie, from Melbourne the 5th in stant. Shamrock (s.). 300 tons, Warner, from Wide Bay the 3rd instant. May 9. — Sporting Lass, brig, 133 tons, Collem. ...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

iij&imj Jta, Munificent Offer.— At a fully attended meeting (says the Daily News), of the Royal Geographical Society, held on Mon day evening last ( February 1 1). Admiral W. F. Beechv in the chair ; Count Strzelecki stated that in the City so much importance was attached to the occupation and settlement of North Aurtralia that a member of the Society, M. Uzielli, had placed £10,000 at his disposal for the prosecution of the exploring expedition, in the event of the Government refusing to send one out.— Herald, May 7. New Presbyteuian CnRch — Tbe ceremony of laying the cor ner stone of the new Presbyserian Church in Palmer-street, Wool loomooloo,. was performed yesterday by Thomas Barker, Esq., M:P. in the presence of a respectabie assemblage. A brass plate was deposited beueath the stone on which was engraved the following1 inscription: — ' Anno Domini MDCCCLVI. Anno Victoria} XIX'. Sir William Dennison, Governor. The corner stone of this church' the Woolloomooloo Presbyter...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

? ' WEEKLY/ CALENDAR. 3 S i » high water at dat.-; .a* ..^ollo'moono. S5 ' '; ss' i 2 ?'?''?' d' tJ ; o _i_; ? ? ? ? gQ . CO :i.* .. © ' ;,i /.'? ? ,c i:i', a 'MORN.. -EVEN. _ . u. m. h. m. n. u. n. u Ma j 12 M.. 6 . 39 5 .15 7 9.15 9. 40 ». 13 T.. 6 . 40 fl . 14 8 10. 5 II . 30 „ 14 W.. 6 . 41 5 . 13 9 10 . 55 11 . 20 -» 15 T .. 6 . 42 5 .12 10 11 .44 0 . 9 » 16 F .. 6 . 43 5 .11. 11 0.4-3 0 . 57 - » ? 17. ,S... 6. ..43 5. ...... JO ? 121.20 1. 44 » 18 Sun. 6 . 44 5.9 13 2.7 2 . 31 : 1 .» . , ? . Jltefomi fjltotimj. ? ? 'MEASURES, NOT ilBN'.' MONDAY, MAY 12, 1856.

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COMMUNICATION OF KNOWLEDGE. (To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

? COMMUNICATION OF KNOWLEDGE. ( To the Editor of the IUaivarra Mercury ) Sir— An over fondness for ancient language lias boon n strong barrier to the advancement of knowledge. Aristotle long held the sciences in bondage, and tlioutch Lock and Bacon broke his iron ?sceptre, the r.ey.ereuco with which jueojuiYp been .accustomed to I bovr to ancient opinions is by no means destroyed. It . would argue [ a want of common sense,' jf a man were to make the prattle of his childhood the employment of his riper years'; nor is it much less foolish, to refer with so much. confidence to the opinions that were entertained two or three thousand years ago ; as if their antiquity were a proof of thoir accuracy. In the age of the Dandonions, there was a reason which might be pleaded, for the Latin was the language of the learned world, and the best works on mathematics were written ia Greek ; but now tbat we haVe translations of all the best works of antiquity, sufficiently accurate for the general r...

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LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. Ihe committee appointed ai the meeting of our townsmen, ?which was lately held at the Sportsman's Arms, for the purpose of raising contributions towards defraying the ?expenses attendant upon improvements of our streets and ?roads, having, during the past week, commenced their -diirioc hit ? ? ? . uu'cs uy canvassing ior suDscnptions, and, so far as we can learn, not unsuccessfully, we take occasion to sug gest the immediate formation of Local Improvement Gommitttees throughout the district. We would recom mend that no time he lost in convening a meeting in Wollongong of all interested, for the purpose of devising such improvements as may be' thought advisable, and appointing an efficient committee to carry out the reso lutions that may be passed at such meeting. .The Local! Improvement Committee for Wollongong may and should extend their limits of duty for some miles beyond the limits of tlie town. The Committee for Kiama could also take a wider range than the m...

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TO UNKIL TOM, SOME PLACE IN THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 12 May 1856

.-? TO UNKIL TOM, SOME PLACE IN THE COLONY. {Per favour of the Illawarra Mercury.) Arrali, muastth, Unkil Tom, I did rite you a veeshy bit ov an ©'letter, as you mite seo true do colums of de Mercury, en do state ov de road« in Illawarra. I now take up my pin to rite you a little more loth on de state or do roads, and on cddycasun in da buah. - Arrah, muasab, I may say, as Nanse Moloney, de fidlirs wife from Ball Handera, used to say, whin she used to rite to Darby Mulcahv, the talor from Baliyvoheerin ' I vil rite you all I can.' 'Wei, Unkil Torn ; de frite or dat bligard slow you kno neer Mr. Millirs vill be in my haart all do days ov my life ? yerra, meela lourder, in neagres man-o-live, fot vud de vurld be to me if kgofc drowned iu dat murdering vagabone, villan and teef, too, ov a elo.w. Oh, defch o'neagers, man a live, if I am not trimblin vud de frite ov de villin, for 'tis de vagabone d'that did giv myself sure an nufF do biygist frite dat I ever did get in all my born days....

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