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LORD BROUGHAM ON FEDERAL EMANCIPATION. SPEECH AT EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
LORD BROUGIIHAM ON FEDERAL EMANCIPATION. SPEECHI AT EDINBURGIH. I gave up a considerable estate in iar badoes, and another in tile county of Durham, which a kind-hearted gentleman had left me by will, which he cancelled on my refusing, in 1835 or 1836, to ab stain from my proceedings for the libera ration of the slaves. He said in his letter in which he called upon me to discontinue proceeding as I was doing. "I will assure you that the slaves on your Barbadocs estate are better off than the peasantry on your Durhanm property." It was enoughl to make one's mouth water a little at having a good property in the county of Durham. I should not have valued the Barbadoes estate so much; but I de clined to proceed as he desiredl, and sent himi a copy of a report from the Duke of icihmnond in favour of the abolition of slavery, after which I ceased to have any correspondence with this excellent pro prietor. In a year or two lie died, anud no doubt his will was cancelled. I only state these ...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
S ULLLADiTLLA. ,' / (r o'n3 OUR CORnlrPOITDENýT, STHE WEWATIIE.-We had a vary accept ablo rain on the 31st Decemb'er, accom. panied ly storms. ' " 3oxXNO DAY.-A- cri?t imatlch and other nmusemnijnts 1'ar - on in tie paddocksadjoining th ' 'Irome," collent spread to ir ers of Ulla dulla and Milton Qlubs, to inauguratb the opening of a niic g, und. NEW' YpA's DAY.-TIe children of the. Ulladiulla'National School and others wcroe entertaiied with a Now year's Feast through the kindicess of several friends, rp6ong whom may be mentioneds D. War. ,dein, R. Millard, Esqrs., Mr. Wallen of tlh Royal Hotel." A~jl assed off very plea santly. * -
DISTURBANCES BY ABORIGINES IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
DISTURBANCES BY ABORIGINES IN THE NORTH. We regret to find that the peaceable con dition of the northern country, reported by Major WVarburton and MIr. Hamilton, on their recent journey, does not appear to have been of long continuance. There has been a serious affray in the neighbor hood of Mount IDeception, and some of the settlers in the neighborhood were apprelhending farther attacks. The fol lowing letter has been received by the Hen. Thomas Elder: " Beltana, December 4, 1803. "Dear Sir,-We have been attacked by the natives, the shepherds driven into the station, and some sheep killed-17 in one flock-and other flocks scattered and not yet all recovered. Mr. Mathason and myself were most uuwarranutably attacked, and had to use firearms in defence of our lives. I was armed with a Colt's rifle, and Mr. Mathason with an Enfield rifle. I have since found there are three killed. Ireported the affray to the police at An gipena. Corporal Wauhop has been over making enquiries, and will ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. . KIAIMA STEAMI FLOUR MILLS., LIST. OF PRICES. .. £ s. d. First Flour, per ton .............. 15 0 0 Do., ,r 1O0 ibs. .......... .. 0 1 6 Sccuuoo, per ton ............... 12,10 0 Do., per 1001bs. ........;.....'. 0 13 0 Machine-dr?msed Maize Flour, do.. :0 12, 0 Crushed Maize, per bushel ....i J 0 4 6 Bran and Pollard, ditto ......... .0 1. 6. F' Wheat and Maize purchased for cash, or taken in exchange for flour, or grist'grind n. . J. SHARPE . SONS.. Jan. 4, 1861.
NEW PREACHING STATION. COMMENCED AT BAMARANG, ABOUT FOURTEEN MILES DISTANT FROM SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
NEW PREACHING STATION, COIME31CID 1AT B]MAARANO, ABOUT FOUR TEEN MILES DISTANT:'I FROM SHOAL HAVEN. On Sabbath last, the 27th ultimo, a sor mon, for the first time, was preached at, Baamarang. This place being situated in the centre of an important rural district, a great many respectable persons assembled 'ogether from the surrounding district. Long before the time appointed boats were ;ecn approaching from various parts of the river, besides a great number of persons on foot and on horseback, who were issu ing from the bush. The Church ser vice conmmenced at half-past 3 o'clock, and occupied an liourand a half, and this enabled all the hearers to reach their respective homes before sunset. The house and balcony in front were completely filled, and some remained on the grotund adjacent, and stated that they heard every word as distinctly as if they had been inlside the building wliere worship was held, or oni the verandah. The weather was remarkably clear: it was therefore an inter...
POETRY. "THE PLEASURES OF HOPE." [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
POETRY. " THE PLEASURES OF Ollt." How toilsome and drear life's maroh wrould appear Werss hope to d~ny us her aid; At trials though small, nowe should stumble and fall, And trifes wrodd make us afraid. As thle fast fading flower is rewfc'shed by a shower And blooms tlhough it soon would have died; to thle heart that belats low in sorrow and woe Will he strengthened with elope for a guide. The tempest may swreep o'er the foam-oreeted deep, And drive thie frail bark through tile night; hogh 'reft of all sail, her crewr noever quail, Tor hope points a morrow more bright. Pa adversity's gale may tile pilgripm assail Whille breasting life's biillows of caru; But hope's plensant beam throughl the vista will gleam And nerro him his iroubles to bear. When the sonelolls to war calls the soldier afar, To tght whmre brave heroes have died; Hope shldes on his way, pointing out the blest day When returning withl joy to his bride. Iow often when sad hope maketh us glad, Though ailliction denies u...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SYDNEY IMARKElTS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re. port-as under: " . £, ..d.. £ s.,.'d. Flour, first per tonr .15 0 0- to 0 ,0 Io., Seconds, per ton .. 13 0 0. .0..0 0 .0. Bran per bushel of 20b 0 1 ' ,.. 0 0 0 Biscuit, Cabin, per O101b, 1 0' 0 0 0'. 0 Ditto; Navy : .';. .0 I 00'0 .. O 6 0'0 Bread, per 21b loaf- .. 0 0 4. 0 0 o 0 Hay,percwt .. . 0 5 0 .. 0 7 6 Grass ..i ' . . 0 3 0 ;. 0' 0 0 Lucie'" ' ..-.. 0' 3 6 .: 0 .4 6: Straw. ;. i.. 0 3 0 :.. . 0 Bark, ter do. ..; .. 4 .40 5 6 Whoat; per bushel ..: 0. 56 ..0 6 0 Oats per do. .. 0 '4" 6 .. , , 6. Barley,.perdo .. 0. 0" "0 .. 0 05 0' M?ai zu;perdo .. 3' 0 8'. '3 "9 Greottstutt:f.per.(ozen ..' 0 1': 0 '0 1' 0 Beefatper'lb .. '.. 0 1 .. 0' 0 13 iutton, per do;, ..: 0 0,2 -;. O .O 3 Pork per do .; .. . 0 : 0:4 .-. 0 5 Veal, perdo ...? .. 0 0 , 0 0 4, Lamb, per qr..... .. 0 4 0:..; 0 0 0 SFowls, per couple ;. .0 3. 6 ..4,0 4 0 Ducks, per do .. .. 0 5. 0:- .0 o 0 Ducks,*wild, per.do .. 04 0.'.:. 0. 00 Geesepoir couple .. 0 7 :...
BOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
P, M'Laren, b Bur ns... A. Thorburn, b Burns ; ll11'" - E Co liiiiiwdab'm Dyer: :..::. P. O'NoiBh'Biirns '........;.:- '0. G. Munro, biB·irs ....... 35.;. A. Mounro, Ib D .yer ..... . 1 0. M'Laron, bDwy'er. ....... 0 W. Somerfiold, b burns.:. . 2-' J. Balli~Atyno, not out ....... 2 J. Conroy,'b Burns...............' 2 W. Thurgate, b Burns ......... 0 Byes ......................... 8 Total ...................... 89 Bolong winning in one innings, with 49 runs to sp are. Messrs. James Thurgate and Z. Bice acted as umpires; Messrs. J.,Frazer and J. M'Laron as scorers. Luncheon was provided by several ladies of Belong, and a very pleasant day was passed by adl present. [The above match was played by juveniles of from 5 to 1ityears of age.]
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
*SYDNEY MARKET PRICES; Wheat, ds 6d to 's 6d Maizoe-s 9O ditto' Ba.rloy, Maltiig-3s 6d to 43 per bushel. Ditto, Cape-3s 0O to 3s 6d ditto Oats--3 Od to 4s Od ditto' Bran-Is Gd to Os Od ditto Flour-lst, £15 por ton Ditto, 2udl--13 ditto Hay, Lucerne--£3 Os to £4 Os ditto Ditto, Oaten--£ to £8 ditto Potatoes--£ to £6 Os ditto Onions-12s to 15s Butter-Market glutted Honey-5d to 6d Bacon-7d to Sd ditto *.Qhese-5d to 6i ditto Eggs-ls Od to Is 3d per doz. Fowls-3s 04 to 4s 0d per coupla Ducks-4-s Od to 4s Cd per ditto Turkoys-7s to 1ls ditto Calves-7s to 15s . Pigs--4d to Od per lb Hides-4s to 10s each Tobacco, Colonial, 1s Gd to 2s GRAHAM & MIULHOLLAND;. Jan. , 1864. King-street West; Sydney,
BOMADERY. CAMBEWARRA v. BOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SDBO3IADERY; COAMiEWAIIIiA V.- BOLo'NG. -The following is the score of the cricket match between the above places, which we have received from another correspondent:. , , CAMBWsr bA.-IST INaINGS., 0. Dwyer, b G. Munro ......... 3 : P. Thomas, b M'Laren ....;;.. 1 W" . Frasr, c and b M'Laren... 7 i G.:'Hodgkinson, b Munro .:... 3 'T.Buirhs, b M'Laron ........... 0 J. M'Pierson, b MfLarea...... 0 J. Eveson, b M'Laicn .. . 0 ,'KE Bryant, b .Mui'r>. ....... -0 ' I :E. Gibson.'.. .:.: :, .......... O0 H. Glanvillo, nt out ............ 0 SH. M'Grath. picTked:upball .: 0 O Byes ............:...:.......... 4 Total ............... ......;.... 18 S 2ND INNINGS. C. Dwyer, ' Somerfield .......... SP. Thomas, b Munro .......;.;.. :0 : W. Fraser, b M'Laren-: ........ 1' : G. Hodgkinson, c Thorburn.;, 1: T. Burns, b Munr o':.;:....... p J. M'Pherson, c and b Munro, 0. : J. Evesron, c M'Laren ........: 0 0. Bryant; notout :........... 2 .. Gibson, c and b Munro...... 4 H. Glanville; 'b i'Laren ....
COLONIAL FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
COLONIAL FINANCE. THE following interesting letter addressed to the Editor of the Sydney 'ltorcning HeLald wans published in that journal ohn the 5th instant:-? (To .the Editor of the Herad.) Sir,-As the question of taxation to meet our necessities seems to be converg ing to the bitter alternative of an oppres sive ad velorens duty, or an oppressive income-tax, I venture to point out for considcratioh a proposal in connection with the litter, which would in my opinion, greatly mnitegate the evil, While it would retain all the good of modern de moracy. :There are no doubt inconvenionces in an income-tax; but Sir Robert Peel truly said, in tihe speech quoted by dIr. Charles Cowper, jun. yestordaysoveuing, " What ever may be the inconveniece, attending direettaxation, depend upon it that it is better than resorting to that description of. indirect taxation which leads to' smuggling, and affords '-equal, if not greaters, temptations for fraud and per jury." [This will apply, notwithstan...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
RAIL WAY AUCTION DEPOT. Prices oltained were as follovs:'-. Tho depression in thel'cattle, idarket still continues-prices are without, altdration; but sales are difficult, and as long as the presentt glut continues, must necessarily remain so. At the Victoria Yards I sold 128 head of cattle (principally cows) at £2; and 1148 very prime' bullocks at £3 3s. I also inspected and passed' 217 head for shipment to Now Zealand. Store Stock.-No inquiries.. SStore Sheep.-Several inquiries for inaiden and breeding ewes. and good sound store wethers. The asking prices for maiden ecwes rnanig from 15s to 20., according to quality and locality. Breeding owes (sound-mouthed), 12s: to 13s, Wethers, from 8s Gd to 10s d;. Fat Sheep.-I sold 1300 on lMdhday last of A. Loder, Esq,,. fat wethers at lls 8d: and passed 300 for New Zealand, but the iIiiirkt is still overstocked. Milch Cows all but unsaleable. • I have offered considerable numbers at my depot the 'last to days but have effected only few sal...
SHOALHAVEN—FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SHOALIrAVEN -FierSINNIoS. Z. ice; b Fredericks.,. ;.. ;. :' A. Hyanm, b Fredericks:'. .:'- .- . . 0. Robson, c.Frcdericks, b Williams.. 5 .T Greei, I Williams . . 1 John Moniaglhan, b Williamis .. '. 15 James Tlirgate, b Fredericks ... 4 I. Hyam. c Willianms b Fredericks .. 3 M'Nab, b Williams .: .. .. lJohn Thui'gatc; run but . . J. Bryaht, b Fredericks .. .. 2 James Monaghafi, not out .. .. S,3 Byes .; o. .. .. .. 10 Total.. . .. SEco.D INSxixns. J. Green,'e Williams, b Fredericks .. 2 J. 3aonaghauo, c J. King, b Fredericks 2 A. Hyam, b Fredericks .. 2 John Thurgate, c Williams ... .. 7 Jolhn 3onaghan;b Fredericks .. 4 James Thurrgate, not out .. . 24 C. Robson, b Fredericks .. .. 3 Z. Bice, not out .. " . .. . Byes. .. : .. . . SLg byes . ... .... Wide.. . .. STotal.. '.. '.. Grand Total :.. .. ib0 After the match the Shoalhaven cricket ers courteously invited their opponents to i, dinner at Mr. Howard's Royal Hotel, I'errarai The room was tastefully deco rated with evergreens, a...
A NEW PICTURE OF THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
A 1EW PICTURE OF THE SOUTH. Lx the men aud!women who are waver ing,.turnling to thie South-as a nation of huimane: gentlemen, take ip iMrs. Kern. blo's book Slavr? y hasi of.1!ate, and to our shame, been:)almost, advocated in Eng!and. The friends of the South have discovered that it is not so revolting to "buy iondsell CGoa'sinago.g" To their shame and confusion Iirs.'Kembl;e rites. Wedaed to a Southern planter, her Eng lish heart was oppiessed when she reachod his. home tendedl by slaves. She pro tested, and .in. the end .quitted scenes, the h orrors ot ewhich she could not en Muoch Ihas been said of Southern. ele gance. Let us: hear: ihat Mrs. Kemble has to say on the subjeot : This morniug, I went over to Darien upqoA the ivery female drraund of re:oturn ing visits and shopping. In one respect, (assuredly in none other) our lifo here re sehibles' eiistence in: Venice; we can noever leave home for any. purpose iti any direction but by boat--not, indeed, by the gondola; but the-sha...
ARTEMUS WARD TO THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
ATBTE?MUS WAlRD TO THE RIINCE S OF WALES. My objeck in niow ddrdessin' you ilto giv yoiu sum adwice, friend Wales, about isanagin' ybur. wife, a biznuiss I've had over thirty years' exper.ience in. - You liad a good weddin'.. Thlie papers 'av' a good deal to say about "vikins" in conneetion tharewith. .Not. knowisigs what that air, andi so I fLankly tells you my noble lord dook of the thrione, Ican't : sackly say whetlier we had 'ei' or not. We was both.verymuch flustrated. But . never enjoyed myself better ini my' life. fDowtless, your supper was ahe?d of our'n. 'As regards eatin uses Bildins ville was allers shaky. But you !can git a good meal- in New York, and cheap too. 'You can get half amaekril at Delmnonico's or Mir. MIason Dory's fr' si dollairs, iand biled pertaters throw'din. As I sed, I manage my wife without any porticler trouble. Whlien Ifust conm monst trainin' her.I institooted a scriks of experiments, and them as didn't Work I abanding'd., You'df better do similer. Y...
EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE FROM MILLBANK PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE FROM MILLBdANX PRISON. IuRtIN . SnEE, a young surgeon, who about eighlteen years ago was sentenced to ten years' penal servitudefor forgery, ha's made his escape from Millbank Prison. After his -conviction he was remove~ d to Pentonville, where he matde certainly one, if not more, attempts to escape, but was frustrated in Iris endeavours, and was re moved from thence to Millbank,' for mnore safe custody. With a knowledge of his antecedents hle was thenplaced in what is called the panal class, bhing the worst class of prisoners, and during the time he has been at Millbank he has made nearly a dozen attempts to escape. On one oc casion, indeed, he lad nearly ac.cmplish ed his purpose, having got out of his cell unperceived, and'realed the roof of the prison, when hlie was detected, and for some tinme after kept heavily ironed. On that occasion he had in his possession a largo knitfe, and it remains a mystery to the present day hlow hle became possessed of such a f...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
MISCELLANEOUS, AT;Glasgow the Rev. Mr. Bececher said: "If once it were possible for men tobe free with their rights in the South, not ten years would elapse before almost every colored man would go down South, because they liked the climsate better. Cancn Ancrrr'rr.cTru?ns.--At the open ing of a new - Free Church at Cathrio re cently, IDr. Guthrie saidt--" I highly ap prove of the resolution of our friends that: led them to build suchka house as this; be cause there is no greater mistake in the world then to faimcy that while God is a God of holiness, a God of power, and of justice, lie is not also a God of taste. I snay that God is a God of taste, just as rnulch as He is a God ofanythling else that is lovely anid good. Asid how do I prove that, you nmay asli. I prbve that by just asking- you to go to the nea-shore antnd. out for me a shell that is not pretty. I prove that by asking you to go into those meadowrs anl filnd out a Ilorwer that is not pretty. Let me tell you that the fl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
THE. "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUARE, KItIAMA. fHE PROPRIETORS beg to informn tlie SPublic of Jambereeoo, Gerringong, Shoal hasven, &e., &c., that their Office is replete with every description of the most miodern PLAIN AND FANCY T?PE, BORDERS, &C., Which enables them to exescute work illn a style equal to any other office in the Colony, with tilhe utmost accuracy iand desplatch. Plaile and Ornamentall Prinlting, inll every ariety and style, inlllding Pamphllets Law Forms. Catalogues lBusiness Circulars Societics' Rules Labels Reports Posters Billhends Hand Bills BDsiness Cards Promlissoroy Notcs Leases Agreelments. l'Thley hIope, by moderate charges, neatness and accuracy ill the exeution of their work, sith puctuality illn completing orders, to so cre a sllhare of pullblic patronage. s- Inl terlms of tlse lresent postal arranlge Illents, Printing can be tbrwarded to any part of tie colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. The INDEPEN...