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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863
BIRTH. On the 7th inst., at Shoalhaven-street, Kiama, Mrs. T. F. Bethel, of a son. DIED. September 30th, at the Post-office Stores, Milton, Ulladulla, Elizabeth Clark, only daughter of Mr. Frederick Hall, aged two years and two months. At his residence, School-house, Nowra, Mr. David Skeen Ogilvy, late of Carcoar, teacher, aged 32, leaving a widow and three children to mourn the loss of a good husband and kind father. Bathurst papers please copy.
CARCOAR. PROCEEDINGS OF THE BUSHRANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863
CAIR COAM:. PIROCEEDINGS OF THE BUSIIRANGERS It has been proved beyoud doubt that Mickey Burke was the lad that stuck up the mail on Tuesday last, and at that time, Mr. Superintendent Morrisset and his men were only a short distance from where the rob bery took place. I mentioned in my ]ast that Gilbert and his gang were at Cano windra: on Sunday morning, and left there at eight o'clock a.m. They then proceeded to Bungaroo (Mr. Icelfys station), and took some horses. in crossing the race at Duffils fall. they had to swim, and in doing so, Vane lost ]his seat, and was precipated into the water,-the horse being carried lown somen distance. till hie washes againist. a treeoo. The girlths thenbreakinig, tlhe horse made for the bauk, where hle was securedl by the others, who ran doswn for a mile oi foot to catch himi. The saiddle and swag, containing three revolvers, £25 in notes, and some clothing were lost. They tlchen returncd to Cainowindra, ran soeiie horses to the town, aind slept ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 October 1863
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (noFR:TO E HEnALD AND EMPIRE.) Baocunsr. m tg M onday, 5 p.m. A meeting was held to-day, at which resolutions were passed to accept the ser vices of special constablcs, and to form a committee to deliberate in secret on the best means to be adopted to capture the bushlrangers. A telegram firom Mr. Cowper, authoris lug the Police Magistrate to takle whatever steps mighlt be suggested by the townspeo ple was received wilh gratification. A hIorse thorousghly .kncocked up, sup posed to belong to the bushraugers, was broughit in by the police last night. It had a saddle withl a poncho on it, and a leather bucket to hold a rifle, but was without a lbridle. A report is now circulatin? tlhroughl the town thal;the mail from Bathurst to Carcoar was stuck-up again this morning; twelve miles hence, at Pitzgerald's Mount, Tuecsday,. 80 p.m. A1-iorseman hans :just galloped into town fiom the Vale Orelc,; about a mile and half distant, witl intelligence that the bush rang...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. TEN DAYS' LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. TEN DAYS' LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [FROM TiHE EISeiLD' CORRESPONDENT.] Auckland, September 28. TuE last fortnight or so has been the most stirring in incident of any that we have had for some time, although there are signs that would lead me to e?pcct that it will even be exceeded by the next in inter est. There has been a very unusual amount of fightingf, and'a very unusual amount of bloodshed at least amongst the natives during this period. They have ventured upon an entirely new system of tactics, and have found themselves thoroughly worsted in every respect, and at every point. The news which my last letter contained relative to natives who had left Mere-mecre, and had ventured into the vicinity of the great South Road, and even to Pukelcoho, on the west of that road; was the first indication of. the new piolicy, now said to be the plan of William Th6ms6on', who has been acting as geheralissmo-of the forces for some little time back. It was not then kn...
ADELAIDE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
ADELAIDE. Monday, 7p.m. Messrs. English and Brown's tender for building. the Town Hall is accepted, the sum being £14,583. .A Toondon firm writes to Adelaide that largo quantities of adulterated tartaric acid have been shipped for Australia. Tuesday, 7. p.m. :In the Legislative Assembly, the Nor thern Territory Bill was read a second time. It provides that land is to be sold in lots not less than 160 acres. Motropolip "to consist of 1000 acres. Pastorallands to be. leased first for four years at:ls, per. mile ; after that 2s. Gd. Each lessee to put thlrc cattle or ten sheep to-the mile. 'heh'Trea surer proposes to borrow a35,000 for twelve months to get out of his dilficulties. The English maild brought news from California to July 18th, which states that the harvest was just commencing to yield much less than usual,, and no vessels were laid on for Australia. S riday Evening. Further news has arrived of the dointage of the busliangers.-a. • ". On Monday morning Gilbert, O'Meally, H...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
MELBOUnE . :: Tiiosday;'7 p.m. .In consequence of tlie loss of-voice M?r. Charles Koae has withdrawn for a week. IHis appeairicanes oni each night have been iimmensely uessful. lusinesswgenerally very quiet, and few transactions r?ported.: 5000 bushels Da-. nish oats are spoken of- as having been sold at os. per bushel for nei~ cash. Rain pouring all day. Wednesday, 0 p.m. There' are great floods along the Yarra and other rivers. The road to, Sandridge, is barely passable, and two horses wacr carried away and drowned at the foot of Prinico's Bridge; and boats are plying on the South Yarra- road. The brid e at Bachus Marsh was carried away while the i~ail, coacli 'as crossing ; two passengers were drowned; one of them being Captain Partridge, "of the steam-tiig Pioneer, and the mails were also lost. .Flomington ]1ace course is flooded; and the races have been postponed in consequence for one week. Business geilerally is quiet. 'Flour and grain are firm. Co niderable sales of sugar ha...
LECTURE ON NEW ZEALAND AND ITS ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
LECTUIt? ON NEW ZEALAND AiD: ITS ABORIGI1NES. TrIE Rev. S. Ironside delivered a lecture on the above-menti'oned subject, before members and friends of'the Surry. Hills Young MIon's. butual Improvement -So ciety, inl. the Wesleyan sohoolroom, Bourke-street. There wns a good attend ance, Mr. Mulholland, senior, was voted to the chair, and after prayer had been offered by the sRev. R. W: Vandorkisto, ihtroduced the lecturer. The lecturer compressed a good deal of valuable and well arranged information respecting Now Zealand and the New Zealanders into his address. The geography of thd islands and 'their physioal configuration, the Malay extraction of natives, the traits of' cliaractei, which distinguish them, the philology of their language, their occupa tion of the country about 600 years ago, the Maori traditions respecting the origin of the islands, the inhabitants of the na tive race, incidents of missionary travels, and many other many other matters were discoursed of in an entert...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
COUMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE., KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS; s- o.s:. s:3. ..?, : c ,t,, ??:£:':-La. ? First Flour, per ton 5il" 0':?;.;;. ,.'; l51 0-".. Do., per 100o Ibs.0:: . ?-O :.:':, 0 ? 15. Seconds, pur ton :.'.;' ? .,:.?; ,'12 10' -0 Do., perlo lbs ... '.... 0-; :' 0 Macliine- drsscedlSaize Floor, do;. 0 10 0 Crushed Maize, per bisliel ..... :;c. 0 4 0: Bran and Pollard' ditto: .' :... '. ' '0. i . 1 ; F'S Whlicat and Maize purclhsed for casoh or taken in exchange for flourlior gris c;ginil-d Oct. 1 9,1s63. ' 3 :: ': , :. ':O . :
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
PLEURO-?NEUMONIA. (Continauecl frrom our last.) Amended Report by the Inspector, on the Inoculation of 830 head of cattle, in th'e Southern districts of the colony. :between the 17th May and 8th June, 1862. 1'. STATE OF T.E CATTLE BEFORI INocULATION. The cattle belonged to 'two. different stations which, for the:sake of brevity, may be called hord. No. 1 and herd No. 2.. About 300 of those operated upon be longed to herd No. 1, which was it breed ing and fattening one, and were in the habit, with some 250 head of other cattle of depasturing on a piece of ground about three miles squeare; and during the three weeks previous ,to' the date of this experi ment,. aboulit` 20 eattle ruuning .of this beat had didd:of plenro-pneumonia, while a good many of .those thatiwre iioculated showedsymptonms of beingdised, and a few were unmistakeably so. The remaiiing 530 liead, belonging to herd :No. 2; which is also a breeding and fattening station, were made up of about 400 weaners from all pa?ts...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
The Sydsney piiper'SooSaturday last ie port as under.:--:i:' ~ .. - " : - * £ ;;.d.:^ '^s.G. Plour,;irst, per ton .. 15 .: 0 to; 0 0: Do.; Seconds, per ton .. ,13 0 0:'. :0.0: 0 BranpOrbuhsliel'of 20 lb 0 *1 4:: . 0 .0-.: Biscuit, Cabin, per 100lb . 1 0 0:.7 0 0 '0 Ditto, Navy. . : 0 -: 15 ".0 .. 0 0 Bread, per 21b loafcr-.t".: 0 40.'.. ;: 0 0o'. Hay peC'w ot .. .. 06. .0:10.: 0 Grass 0.' ;.: :::.:.'.0 .3.0 ;. 0'. 4: 0 Lucrnei .. : 0 ' 4.'-'.'..-' .4 0'. 0 6 0 S tra w , . . :. . ' "' : ' 0 .'0 O '. 0 ,: "6'. 0 ' Bark; per cio.";' *,0;-0 . . * 0 d .9 Whoat, per buslicl' :i ..;. *0 .. 5 0-'.', 0'. 6'o 0' Oats, par do., .. 0 .. O"; 0 ;.; 0 ':;6"'0 Barloy, lier do.. .;. :.. t.,'4.*6b; :'0 Maize, per do . .'&lt;".0 O":'b:'' 0 0' Groe stufflpdirbuindli. '0 "1"0; ':';..0 ':1: Beof, prlb: ..';%. -' 0: 02-:.2i : 0 0 2: Mutton; per do;:id ; ..; '.0 'O'?U:; .. O d,4 ' 0 Pork per do .. 0;' . : ,'':0, U'.. O 0' 0 606 Veal, por ldo .' .. . 0 .6 ,.'.- 0 6b Ianmb, per/ i; .: .:'. '.. O ':: ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OCTOBER 13. MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
PARLAMENTAENA Y INTELLIGENCE [FROM THE' HERALD AND EMPIRE.] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OCTOBEn 13. M[INISTERIAL CRISIS. Mdr. Cowpor said: I beg to inform the House, with reference to a statement I made wheli we last assembled, that I have received a communication from his Excel lency the Governor-in-Chief, intlimting to me that the heon. member, Mr. WV. Forster, who had undertakeen the fobrmation of a Ministry, has now declined the dutly. The task has since been undertaken by the hon. and learned member for Orange (Mr. Martin), and at his request conveyed to me tlhrough his Excellency, I move that the fouse do now adjourn until this day week. Mer. V. 3. Allen begged to move as an amendment upon the motion before tlhe House, that he be permitted to bring up the report from the select committee on the case of Miss Kelly. (Laughter.) The Speaker ruled that the proposition was not in order. The motion for adjournmenta wasput and agreed to. * The House at twenty-seven mirinutes past three, ad...
ORIGINAL POETRY. LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
ORIGINAL POETRY. LOST IN TIIE.IIUSII. In the year 1852, a young man, then lately arrived from England, whilst travelling in search of a new diggings, lost himself in the bush, and was found thireo days alterwards by some Iherdsmen in'n state of isanlt¥ty' 'Tons i tihe far-off wilderneoss d A lonely stranger stood, And gazei upon the scene around In deelp, rplexed il onl : No vestiges of eeman were Idtel, And solemn was the hlash - Prevailing in that lonely lInee- The wild utraverll'd bush. IIe snw tile weary eaglr hie O'er distant tilel and plains, Whlcer never human soled had brole SThe stllnes. roted that lregns ; Ileo marke'd te sun go slowly doewn Bethind tle distant heightlt, Whose tree-eapp'd sanmmit still nowas crown'd Witl his refulgent light; And ell I iis heart was wild and sad, And dark forebodings laemhe, LiTe omens of atIproaenlg fatol Aeros es lfe vcr'd brain ; And vain his efforts-vaen lhis toil, Ills feotateos to retrace, S'While night's deep atadows closed'iiround I...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
SYDNEY. MARKET PRICES. Wlheat-- s G6 to gs cOd pcr bushel.' *.*" " * Maize--is 0d to 4s 3d ditto . '. iarwloy, Maltiig-3!S 6i to 4s Od 0pei urshull. , Titto, Cape-- Is Gd to. 0s Od ditto V '":.' Orats-- s 4d to 's Od ditto . . Bran--ls"4d to ls (id ditto:' , ".'.. , , . Flour-1st; £1 per .ton Ditto, 2id--£13 ditto Iay, Luorno--£4 Os to £5 OC ditt6"' Ditto, OQton--£8.to £91 10. ditto - Potatoos--7 to £7 10s. ditto -' Ohions--None. . Buttor-9d to.ls per lb. ' IHolioy-d to Od ditto Bacon-Gd'to 8d ditto Cheese-7d to Od ditto ': . Eggs--d to 0lc dper. doz. . . Fowls--ls Gdto 4s 9d po ' :c . pl Ducks-4s (Gil to Ss Odper ditto Turkoya-Ss to 12s ditto . Calvcs--lO1s to £1 0 . - Pigs-id to, Cd.poerlb : - . .: : . , Hides-5s tp 10s Ce . : GRAlHAM. & MULHOLLAND,-' Oct 7,. i " .Kiiig strect West, Sydney, Oct. 7;18C3. \ " .: '. " .' ," '..-'· * [
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
TO'?LE EDITOR OF TILE K?IAIA IN?.EPv NDET. Sin,--You will oblige theeundersigieod by in serting tlie- following notice of a malicious trick which has beon twice practised on mec and" several others. On Thursday night lanst there was ae stone thrown through my bed-room window, oig'htouil ipolunds' weight, completely breaking the frame and glass. I was served tihe sale about two,years since. We weres .told by a neighbor of ours on Friday last, that heo saw the miscreants throe' the stones, and break the window on tile first occasion; but loe never spoke of it until now. IIe men tioned the names of two out of three, and they had better take warning accordtlitgly. Unfor tunately the time is so long ago for a prosecu tion, or I would try whlit I could do with them. Instead of destroying my tproperty, it would look better in one of these follows to pay me what lie owed me, instead of going up into King-street, and rubbing it olf in that way. Yours, di., JOSEPII PIKE.
THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
TIIHE NEW MINISTRY. From the circumstance of Mr. Martin's seconding M~ir. Cowper's motion in the As sembly on Tuesday afternoon for a further adljourinent for a week, it was supposed that several days would clapso before a Ministry would be formed. Very shortly, however, after the House adjourned, Mr. Martin proceeded to Government IHouse, and informed his Excellonoy that he had succeeoded in forming a Government. Tihe following names weoie thereupon handed to" Sir John Yotdn ?~sai the members of the now Ministry :- f Attorney-Genercil aiit 'Premier MIr. MIRTIs. Colonial Secretary .......... Mr. FonsTER Coo lal Treasurer ......... Mr. EAOAR. Secretary for Lands.......,.. Mr. WILIsov. Secretary fiorWorks ........ Mr. HoLna6y Solicitor-General ........... Mr. FAUCEx. It is not yet announced who is to repre sent ithe Government in the Legislative Council, but it is thought lilkely that Mr. Docker may be offered a seat in the Cabi net without oflice, and also a seat in tl Upper House. T...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
WEEKLY SUNMMARY OF NEWS STat Loss or m.Tn. .Mros A-In refer ence to the recent loss of the staoilnrr 'Mii mosa, it is reported that the Attorney General hlis refused to institute criminal proceedings against. Captain: Keft on the charge of miaislaughtei.'": . TaIE ..DEArnr or' LoaD CLYDE.' The. Singleton.Daily Times of Saturday states tlihat by the death of iLord Clyde, on' tihe 14tlh of August last, Mr. Duncan Campbell Msatheson, a. well-known resident: in the Singleton district for many. years, succeeds to tle title as second Lord Clyde.o [Our contemporary labours under a misappre heiisioin. The title conferred. on the late. Lord Clyde can only descend to tle " heirs male of his body, lawfully begottoen ;" and as his Lord'shp died an old. bachelor, the title dies with him.--En. "S;.f.I.] ' . T'ai WTiFEAT- Cinor.-Unfavorable re-.. ports respecting. the wheat crop still reach us.. .The rist :is said. to have shown itself-' extensively in anid about Luskintyre ; and also in various p...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
*RA^ILWAA' AUOTION DEPOT. FPt Cattle.-Prime aro very scarce, and are worth from £n 3 to £6 10s." I sold, on.~3onday last, at the Victoria Yards, Petersham, 128 head of Mr; Flood's, at'the following prices: Bullocks, fromn £4 13Ui to £G. 9s,.and. heifers from £1 to £6 10s, the whole averaging £5 is Gd. Fat Sheep; Prime are very scarce, and full fleecc .are wortli fully 4d per lb.-' . SStore Cattle.-Nothing to report, althoughI I 'hive. several negotitiaions peiiding with buyersfdr.No. Zealand. Store. Sheoep-No transactions will take .place until after'shearing. Hlorses.-Good animals are much sought after. I sold, on Tuesday last, at Calmsby Hill, 22 head. at prices ranging for draught, fron £10 to £27 13s, and for light young and uinbrokbn'stock from 20s. to £10. Milch Cows.-Thie market has been rmuch brisker durin the we th than for months past. I sold ait Cahnsby Hill, on Tuesday, 61 head, at prices ranging from 31s to £5 10s for weaners and heifers, and from 25s to £5 for dry and ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. THE TERARA WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 October 1863
TO THE EDITOR Or THE KIAIITA INDEPENDENT. THE TERAIRA WHARF. SIn,-In your last. issue a writer styling himself" Pro Bono P1ublico,' -corrects (in his mind) a very . inmportant omission made by your INDEIiEND'NT, viz:, that in the petition signd by over three hundred per sons, applyig for a i ?rif from this district; the word "'erarn" was omitted.. The drift of the writer is to show that the three hiin dred persons who .signed the petition pray for the wharf to bb at Terara, and no where else. If so, this is a great act of injustice on the part of the petitionors. which I hope they will remedy b at once signing theptition which the Kouwr and Good Do people hre getting up for "Boma. dery or such place as comnpetent authority may decide." Despite the triumphant remarks of " Pr' Bono' Publico,". he will find the petifion against Terara signed by a sweeping ma' jority in favor ofBomaderry. The petition is, in fact, a copy of the. amendment 'moved and carried.at the public meeting held at...