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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARUIVED. December 29.--untor, (s.), from Sydney. Blue Jacket, schooner, from Sydney. December 0.-Kiamna, (s.) from Sydney. Dacumber 31.-Kiamn, (s.) from Shoalhaven January 2.-Kiama, (s.), from Sydney. January 4.-Hunter, (s.), from Sydney. Kiama, (s.), from Shoalihnven.
NEW ZEALAND. LATEST FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
NEW ZEALAND. LATEST FROM THE FRONT. By the ship Severn. from Auckland, we have two days' later papers, viz., to the 19th instant, Tihe news is not, however, of any great momkpt, there being at present a tempo rar lull in active field operations, . considerable degree of anxiety exists ns to the course likely to be pursued with reference to the disposal of the prisoners taken at tRangariri. When thatmatter has been settled; the colonists will breathe more freely. Meanwhile General Cameron is building redoubts, and in other ways strengthening his position,' as well for the comfort and safety of his inen, as to be prepared for any emergency tlat may arise. His vigilance is untiring. DESPATCHES. The following despatches fqom General Cameron; relative to the occupation of Nfga ruawahia, and from Colonel Carey, com manding the field force, relative to the progress of the Thames expedition, were published in the Government Gazette on Wednesday: Lieutenant-General Cameron, C.B., to the Gove...
CRICKET MATCH. SHOALHAVEN V. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
CRICKET MATCH. SHOALIIAVEN V. KIAMIA. The matq~li between heo above clubs came off at Shoilhaven on Friday. The weather was very threctening, but fortunately the rain kept) off' till it, was time to draw the wiketsalithough the game was not con eluded.. The Slhoallaveners mustered very strong., We were disappointed by not seeing our own team leave with a few more of thdold veterans: no doubt tho "colts" did vlry well, but we think had one or two of tle best gone, our inen would havo done betplr; still, if we may judge from the sc(Ces, we think the Kiamese would Ihave w(i easily; as it stands, it is a dra;nr mitch. The batting of tshf SIhollTmavenrs was excellent, es. ti t of James Thurgate, but w?~ fidjrata' the same of thoebowling. Tjm6fllding was rather poor also, a good .many catches being missed; but the backstopping of Isaac ]Hyam was very good. The bowling of Williams and Frank Frodericks was very good, and the batting of Wells and W. Gordon was ex cellent, the latter making s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
lioLaowAX's PILLs.- -Indigestion. -In all cases of indigestion, producing weari ness, low spirits, palpitation, and feverish ness, these famious Pills should be resorted to as the-gentlcst and 'surest corrective of the stomach, and the best antidote to its ailments. These Pills dispel the course of dyspepsia ; everyone afflicted with it may rejoice at the safe and satisfictory results which can be secured at so small a chtiirgo as the purchase of a box of Holloway's Pills. They purify, strengthen, and remedy im perfect development of growth and health in young persons. Thousands of sufierers, who casually conuenced a course of liollo way's Pills, have admired their restorative power over themselves, and afterwards re commended them with ae becoming confi donce, which has never been betrayed. A SUBSTITUTE Fon CoxL.-There is in Trinidad, only a mile from the coast, a basin of ninety acres filled with asphalt, yielding seventy gallons of crude oil per ton. There are also springs of asp...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT [?] SESSIONS. NOWRA. DECEMBER 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
.". ' . . . HAEN.,,. (PnoM OUR.aQc OiO? ENT.) .D COURT O riT-ESSIONS. (Beforei Messrsi/Alacoi',ind Waddington, . : J.P:.'s)l : James :Thompson, :J.P., v. William Rouse.--Tnder 18 Vio:, No. 27 ;trespass on eielosed, land, namely, the Burrier Esftit. Mi. Riehards for complainant.. DIfendant jileaded not guilty.---James Thomson sworn, doposed: I know Rouse. The Biirrii'erlEa olbngs to me. It was originially ';B d .?*ary Raiby, from whom I inl 'l _y possession of it has been uuintslptl fo 17 yeais ; and for about twice that tin,to my own know ledge, it was in the possession of Mary aby. My wester l boundiary was fenced before the flood of 1860, whicllashed part of the fence y lit it was fenced again previous toict week. Ontlhat day I saw defen ?uin mpany, with some other men, appar tlyliis servants, engaged, 'inluilding a hut oil my enclosed land.' Tlie four posts of the" hut were up.: Hlo lhid to break the ground to get them in. On a previous occasion a half-caste was engaged in erecti...
THE SHIP RUN DOWN BY THE GREAT EASTERN STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
THE SHIP' RUN DOWN liY TIE GREAT EASTEI N STEAMEIR. The RPeceiver of Wreck of the port; of Liverpool Ihas forwarded tfi the Mlarini de pairtment of the Board of Trado the depo sitions of Captain Paton, the conmmainder of th't Grcat. i.atern sterilmship , and C:Cp tain Duff of the ship Jane, of :Liverpool, which latter vessel was run down in the Atl:ntic and two of licr crew killed. Captiin Paton thus rilports the catastro phli :-" The Great E?Sstern left New York on September Sth with passengers and a cargo of mcrchaidise, comprising ramin, provisions, and tobacco, aNd reached lat. l1 deg. 15 mini. N., long. 14 deg. 4 min. W., without casuality. On tho 18th, at 2-15 a.m., weather dark and rainy, wind W., under steam and sail, standing about E.S.E., at about 13 knots speed, regulation light burning in proper position, watch on deck, saw a bright light three points on starboard bow. Put helm hard a starboard, but finding we were closing with the light, stopped and reversed the engines...
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AND VACCINATION. To the Stockowners of Victoria and New South Wales. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA AND VACCI NATION. • ISY G?RAUlAM MITCUELL, I...C.V.S.. IE.t.S.E. DONNYIBROOK A.ND iIMELOUIINE. To the Stockownurs of Victoria and .'Iw South (Continued from our last.) Before the introduction of plleuro-pietl mionia stockow-ners were careless, as theoir loss from disease was trifling; but 1ew can have overlookd the chlugo whichlis coming over this climate, which is plainly seen in the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and if stock-owners continuo ir the Baam state Of wilful ignorance in reference to the proper management of stock, the consequences will be most disastrous. Those who have seen this disease in England, and have ob served it in Victoria. can see that the cli mate has a modifying eflect on it. as is tile case with diseases generally, from our cli mate being warm, dry and stimulat ing. We observe may diseases that spread and ap pear principally during the moist seasons. We also observe that our climate is not prone to develope contagious diseases, otherwise ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
TrE political circumstances in which the colony'commences the year 1864, are not quite sch as might be desired by a citizen zealous for the honour of his native or adopted country, and anxious that she should make a respectable figure in the eyes of the world. We do not now allude to the much talked-of deficiency in the public revenues, which proved the occasidn of the downfall of one Ministry, and afforded the opportunity for another to step. into their places. From all that has appeared. in the daily journals in the shape of official statements- and parliamentary debate, it is still difficult for any one, with the best in *tentions, to form to himself a satisfactbry idea of the actual state of the publid ac counts. JThe present Ministry, it is icll known; assert that a deficit exists to a uiuch larger amount than had over been shown or believed by. their predecessors. Mr. COWPEn and his friends, oh the other hand, persistently deny that any.. considerable deficit in reality exists...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
KIA'ItA POLICE COURT. The onl case bought into court on Tuesday l st, wih that ofi man named Blanchluield, who was taken into custody for having, while, drunk, .madouse of'ob scene languago. atiAdiims' Hotel on the previous day.- Theloffendec, who had been., convicted on a previous occasion, was sen tenced to imprisonnment for seven days in tho lock-up. .. . , The proceedifigs in the Assembly during the last few days have not been of such. a character as to make it worth while to publish a detailed summary of them. The 'ouse in committee of Ways and Means has been chiefly occupied in discussing Mr. Eagar's motion for raising the sum of '£4OO,,p $ ati emergency loan. After much W htrr and irregular debate, during which t 1(gilitid ofl parsons and cliques were strikingly exlibited, the Treasurer succeeded in obtaiiing authority to raise the amount by Treasury bills, to be em ployed in the various services for 1863 and preceding years. One of the strangest episodes in connection witl t...
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 5TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
ROSTER fOR TEBSDAT, 5Tf JANMARY.-MrCssr J. .L Gray Colloy, Kendall, Moles, and Owen. ROSTER ron TUESDAT, 12TI .TANoART.-aIrcSa s.Waghb, Hlndnmarsh, tlug, Robb, and Iteldall.
DEATH OF MR. CHARLES J. FAIRFAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
DEATH OF MR. CHARLES J. FAIRFAX. In our issue of yesterday we briefly noticed the occurrence of a very serious occident which had happened to Mr. CUhas. J. Fairfilx, one of the proprietors of the Sydney llorning Iecrald. It is now our painful duty to record this lamented gentle man's death. From? what our reporter has been enabled to gather near the spot where the melancholy event occurred, it appears that the unfortunate gentlemah was riding a very spirited horse on Saturdayafternoon about live o'clock, and when at a short dis tance from the residence of his cousin, Mr. Alfred Fairfax, at Burwood, and while going in the direction of Sydney, he ap peared to lose command of the animal, which dashed along the road at the top of his speed. Our informant says that ie saw the imminent danger Mr. Fairfax was in, and watched with intense interest to see whether he would be able to regain the control of the restive and spirited beast; but his fears that the horse would unseat hts rider were...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
GARDENER'S CA9INDAR. JANUAR.I SIiED-Sow Cape barley for 'grne "irop, rloh land, maize, millet, Swedish turilp,'nariot, beet, in n old wurzel, &-c. Sow sorghlum sicchratumn in rows three feet apart, and oeach plant nearly a foot distalnt from each other. Look-to thp ordinary.maize crop, hill upl, loosen tie soil between tlhe rows;an lal relnolber that large maize is very impoverishlllg, hbt satall kinds not nearlysomuchso. Dig and stomr carly potato crop, now rip i.t some plttcs, as r:i in il thi hat month aould destroy any left in the grould. (et land ready tfor the autumn crop of pottote, to he planted in Fobrhauy and March, and procure seted potatots grown in a colder climnate ifpossible. Attlnd totobacco and Cotton; Weed, 16Donst the soil, h&c, P'roceed alnays Wilth irrigatiff4unddwcdink. V.INrAant.-CL tiue sni lmii'r prnlng ; illdon't prmue If the sap Ilonta lmtno ' ltaenll slhoots, shorten frutit bealring blouchs, weed &,c: Tie uap bearing br;uanhcs, and...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SWEEKLY SUMMAI: tY OF REWS. THE REIGN opF?TETiOR.-- We feel called' upon to make itfkilowfi that several squat ters resident in 'this neighborhood (two of whom have been threatened) have con verted theirhomesteads into something like fortified camps, and are ever on the qui vive. It would be :well, therefore, if travellers woutld addpt thlo precaution of not approaching tlhee places after liightfall, for fear of accidents which might terminate seriously. WVe cannot particularise, but are in a position to assert that a disposi-. tiou to resist the rullians, in the event of an attack, is now pretty general. Since the raid upon Goimblia, several 'arrow es capes havooccurred, in'which life was nearly being saceificed owing to the exist ing necessity for vigilauce.w-Fron:lBachlaa : JlIia er.': -.. .. ."..'.*** ' " • * *"*' . --,1- 7 ;5! -, .. .., MoNSTER SNAKE.--On Friday evening last, Senior Constable Cole vase stuck up at this side of the Campaspo by a monster snake. :A sharp engagemen...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SECOND DAY. Town Plate, £40; sweepstakes 2 sors. each; for all horses that never won an ad vertised prize exceeding £50.-For this race seven horses entered.' Mr. T. Ivory's ch g Omera .. .. . 1 . ,G. Waldron's cli in Maid of Erin .. 2 Second Race.-Ladies' Purse 20 sove reigns ; sweepstakes 1 sovereign each. Mir. J. Onus' Blue-tail Fly .. .. ... 1 G. Waldron's Maid of Erin . . 2 S. Pollack's Flatctcther O'Meclley Nat Cut T. Ivory's Young Morgan. Third Race.--Hack Stakes, £15 ; sweep stakes 1 sovereign acha ; winner to be soul for 20 ; surplus to go to the funds.-In tiss race twelve horses started. M r. Kighran's Niggr .. .. .. 1 Bradick's Jerriwong ..- .. .. 2 Fourth lRaeo.-Consolation Stakes, £10, for all beaten horses. Mr. Waldron's Maid of Erin .. .. 1 Schoficld's Black Bess .. .. .. 2 Braddick's Jerriwoug Price's Jonny.
PARRAMATTA RACES. (From the Herald's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
S A'iRAMATTAT A .: I' ES (From tlhe Herald a Correondent.).' TisE;i races, which may b lsnow'i bcon sidered as re-established, :camo off6n that part of the park known as' the Eac'coursc, on Saturday (Bosxing.Day). 'and Monday, 28th instiitn., The6atteiidnce Ion:both days %wis numerous, biut moreb so on th? second' day: Mr. Liackeoy, -M.IiA;, officiated as iudgo; the stewards beihg Messrs; Pyd; May, and G. Doust. The races which were considered to be' well contested, wore' as follows : - ..,s... T DAY.,. First Race.-Maiden Plate, £30, for all maiden horses, with sweoepstakes .of 'two; sovereigns each-one event, twice -round .th course.-- ' ; ' . .* '*1 :' '.;' '^ . *Mr.t.Price's bay. Binminghnam;.....' '. : .:J,:Driscoll's chesnrie:Cossack '.... 2. a' " lvin's grey, Galatea, dis ' .. ' Second Day.-Publican's Purse L25,. sweepstihkes of 30s eachl, fod.all horsosthat never. won in advertised prize of £30. . : r. W. Best's b li Flying OCilldersI.;" S S. Pollock's g hFlateatcheor '..:.. ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
*': ·'' n'r..* M-ELBOURNE' . : ' (1%From ee IHerald's Correspondeniit.),:. MoDAYiA MoBNINo,, D.ecember 28th.-The floods are subsiding and the suaurbs adi'e\e suaming' their, wonited 'appearance. The Sandridge Road has bcen rendered passa :hio by the iereetion ,of twov tempporary bridges'. The. St.?Kildi Road' his been filled up' where a river had cut its course, and both: have been crowded by holiday seekers celebrating their Christmnas. ; The mniath hibetwein ý e Albert and' Mel bourne Clubs , commncýed under,: the most favourable auspices on Saturdaty last. Our0 visitors frorii Sydney exprsse :tlieins6lves highly delighted -with 'their ireceptioi' and': all the arrangements ir' the: imatch. The ground was. a little 'delnd jwhiic Cws': rithetl against theAllbert''s battii?s iuti oib ale.re spcctsit was all' that couild be desiredi The 'splendid i batting' of.- 'o?u.'6 ' friend : i Thompson cdalled f.'~iorthfiimahyhai. de ers,' -ho received quitO.an dvatioiin:o6,his 'e tiring from t...
MAIL ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
MAIL ROBBERIES. THE MOLOsNo'Ga AIL STvcH-UP.-Infor mation has been received of the mail-cart proceeding from Molong to Orange, having boon stopped at Molong Creek, a little.aftor two p.m. on Saturday last, by a man armed with a double-barrelled gun. The fellow, it appears, compelled the mailman to throw the bags out of the cart, and when he had overhauled them, gave them all back ex cept the one containing the registered let ters which he carried off-Bathurst Times. ROBBERY OF THE COOMyA AIL.--About eight o'clock an Saturday evening as the mailman from Cooma to Qucanbeyau wda about thirteen miles from the latter place, he was stopped by a man n horseback, armed with a double-barrelled gun, and taken into the bush where lie saw MIr. Mayne, of the Colonial Architect's Depart meut, who had previously been stopped and was then held in custody. The robber asked for the bag which contained the re gistered letters, and on the mailman saying that lie did not know which it was, he said that ...