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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
DEATH. On the 19th December, 1863, Mrs. Sophia Watts, wife of Mr. Wm. Watts of Jamberoo, at the age of 70 years. Deceased left England in 1841, after having been together with her husband for twenty-five years in the employ of Jesse Piper, Esq., (of Conghurst, Kent,) and family. After remaining about five years in New Zea- land, deceased and her husband arrived in this colony, and took up their abode in Illawarra, where they remained till the period of the death as above.
SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 January 1864
SHELLIHARUBOR. (FROM OUR COlRRESPONDI:NT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. D?;cEMllBE 19. Present: The Chairman; Councillors Russell, Martin, Evans, Fcnwick, and Dunster. Minutes of the last meeting wero signed by the Chairman. Moved by Councillor Fenwick, seconded by Councillor lussell, "That the INDEPEN DENT, paper havo a share of the Council's advertisements."-Carried. Councillor Feuwick said, he did not know what induced him to move the above, still as the paper was in our own district, he thought it quite proper to give it a fair share o'fpatronage. Councillor Fenwick moved,in the absence of Councillor Collins, " That tenders be in vited for repairing the bridge known as Widow Collins'."-Carried, The following tenders were received for the works at Narris and MountTeery, viz., H. Hicks .................£38 0 0 W. H. Narris ............ 35 14 0 On the motion of Councillor Fenwick, seconded by Councillor Martin, the tenders were rejected as being too high, and fresh ones invited. Tenders as u...
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. Cracow, November 2nd.-The Russians were defeated by the Chimobuck and Kielce. Wierybicki had an. engagement with the Russians on the 20th of October, at Goscieranow in the Palatinate of Lublin, which terminated to his advantage. Many engagements have taken place in the district of Opoceeno, Palatinate offRadoom. Letters received hero from Warsaw to the 26th October announce that the Russians con tinuo to make numerous arrests during the night. The prisoners are takeuto the citadel. During thq day the soldiers arrest ? s searchthopassengers inthe streets. Won, ::; who wear mourning are arrested in tlih streets and conducted to the barracks. Leinherg, November 3rd.-Crachowski having. entrenched himself in the mountains of St. Croix defended his position yester day until his corps had diminished to eighteen men. . He then retreated. Three now. insurgent detachments have appeared in the Lublin district, led respectively by Komorowski, Eiuckiwics, and Aladar.. Kr...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
COMMERCIAL. A prospectus has been issued of a Land and Finance Qollswu y of Australia, capital a million. ,,1l-?lo',edc first issued in shares of £25 each. '4he board of directors com prises several influe?tial persons of Aus tralian expericence Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., is chairman. Sixty thousand pounds are to be raised by to proprietors of the Grql~i;El: isirn. to fit z. f for~ the ustralian'and Tldian .tr Ac: jtaoy ix and a hsalf tljo Great Slifl^p'bv1sny lost nearly £250,000 in the New York trad4
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
'EI, LISH NEWS. - GENER1AL INTELLIGENCE. The Confederate cruiser Georgia, lately of the Cape of Good Hope, arrived'sit Cherbourg for .coals 4ad supplies. Tho iTon-'lal hince Consort nearly founderc nm a gale in the English Channel,' having sprung a liavy leak, she put into Dublin Bay. Her\ Majesty the Queen wrote a letter of thanks to the oflicers and crew for saving the ship in which she takes especial interest. Heavy gales _prevailed on the eastern coast of England during the latter part of October, occasioning severe losses. We hear, on good authority, that the venerable Premier, Lord Palmerston, is co respondeat in so dobreeo case which is com ing on, 5tld& tbit ?o damages are laid at twenc5l thoussnd pounds. George, King of Greece, arrived at Athens on the 31st of October. He was well re ceived.
7TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
TIf JANtUARY. (Before Messrs. Thoimson, Elyard; Mackay, Aldcorn.and Graham, J.P's.) Poearc v. Thicknesse, indecent assaull. -Thicknesse r. Pearce, assault.-Fulham. v. Pearce, abusive language. The above three cases may be summed up as `follows:- Samuel' Thicknesse, schoor master, of :Bolong, went to Nowra :on Tuesday to get a batch of warrants against some boyso. :Being there, he called on Mr. Collis, schoolmaster, of Nowra, and inti-: mated that he should be there some time. Mr. Collis invited, hinm to take a collation with himn at noon, which was accepted,,but Mr. Thicknessb not making his appearance in tidie, Mlr.'Collis eat his mea? alone, and went to hisidutibs. About an hour after wards, Mr. Thicknesso went to the house iid found the young landlady; Mrs.-Pearce, alone; and it' appears attempted to take liberties with her. -She rushed out,'and sent a little girl for her husband, a working blacksmith. M' eantime, Mr.. Thicknesse went away to Mr. Collis, and told him that. his la...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Same day, before the same Justices.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ..... (Same day, before the same Justices.). O'Connor v. Goulding. - Stealing a saddle. Mr. Bichards for defendant. De fendant pleaded not guilty. From the evi dence it appeared that some time .in the month of November last Dr. Reid borrowed a saddle from D. M-unro of Bomadcry, and that on the evening of the day on which it was borrowed, a young mn mcalled on Dr. Reid and asked for A'unro's saddle. 'The doctor, who..was partly undressed at the time, told him to take it from where it was, remarking, "I suppose.you know it ?" The youth replied, "' Oh, yes," and tooks it. In a few days Munro made enquiries about his saddle, and then it came out that some one .had got it who had no right to it. The saddle was found in possession of Goulding, and it turned out that previous to. this Dr. Reid had a saddle . of Mr. Kemp's;. A brdther of defendafft" asked Kemp for the loan of it, and was told to go to Dr. Reid for it;' but in the meantime ia boy of A?r. Kemp's had g...
COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. TUESDAY JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
SOOURT OF, REQESTS,. NOnWRA. (Before a fiill Benchl.) Henry Norman v :S: Brceelian.--Claim, £2 14s., for bags. It appeared that Nor man took some wheat to .reemau's mill in the bags in question; .'that the latter sent themn (as he said with the plaintiff's leave) to Eiama, and' roducecd a receipt of the I.S.N. Company .for two bags sent to II. Norinan, who.tenied ]having ever received them himself, or. of haviig nathoriscd any one else to do so.' . Verdict, £~2 s: and costs 7s. 10d. John Fletcher v. John Parnell.-Claim £6, for fellowes, being at the iate of £3 per ]hundred. - written agreement had been mlade betwiee the parties for 5000, but de fondant alleged that it had been broken by plaintiff on a previous occasioin, by' his ie fiusing to deliver iup part ofa them. The Bench thought different, ind gave a ver dict for the fiull amount with costs. - Mr. IRichards appeared for defendant.
SHOALHAVEN. CAMBEWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
SHTOALIIAVEN. (FrnOI . CORLISP'ONDI:ENT.). CAMIEWWARRA. TIIr return match between the juveniles of Bolong and Cambowarra came off at Bome dary on Saturday, the 2nd inst. The B3 long boys hadbeen in almost constant prac tice from the time of their former match, and the fruit of it was a victory for them as signal as their defeat was then. The day being fine, a great many little ones, and not a few big ones were present; the former, togdther with the players, being treated to a most plentifil supply of choice catables by the kindness of Miss gMary Munro and M~iss Sarah M'Laren, whilst their seniors drew pretty largely on the hospitality of Mr. Miller. Some little advantage was, no doubt, given to the Bolong side, by the unavoid able absence of two of the best players on the other side-one of them, J. Bryant, having unfortunately had his arm broken by i fall from a horse. G. Munro, as the highest scorer, was presented with a cricket I am glad to think that steps are at last being taken...
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
SIIHELLHAREOR. (FROM OUR COl?rIt:SPOrDrNT.)' Cirnsrarls has passed and 1863 is ended; and I must confess neither the death of the old year nor the birtll of the now, has caused anything here worth the notice of even a correspondent, if we except tihe cirCmn stance that on Bolxing-day a large number of people assembled it the Albion Hotel to witness a shooting match for ra fat ieast, withl some other trifling field sportis--the shooting doing liitle credit to the compe titors. The lrading topic.is not owhat has been, but; what is beginning to be most keenly fllt, viz., it state of things which is illustrated by one person telling his neigh borurse h as ntot a drink of water, and being answered in return thIer have no grass. Alas! how long is this to bo the cry ? The rain is beginning to patter on the shingles as I write. aut after so many dis appoitntments as we have sustained in this mate or, we canuct believe that rain is com inr in earnest until we have witnessed its actrual fall....
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
i- "SIDNEY WAi.KE TS. ' :: i: The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under:- £ s. d., £ "s.- d. Flour first, p'r ton . :15: 0 0 to 0"5 0 o Do. Secdnds, perton; 13, 0 0 0?.'.0(O',0 Bran.porbiishlll of 20 lb 0 1-. ,- 6, · 0' 0 Biscuit;'Oabin, per 1001bs 1 '0 0 0.. . 0 0 Ditto,1Ravy' .. . 0 15 0 .... 0' 0 -0 Bread; per 21b loaf 0.j: 0, 4;'.0 0 0 H[ay, per cwt 0.. 5 0 : O; 6 Grass . '3 0 ".:0 0 ethai.','. na 0'," 3a?,8' . 0 4" 0 Barkper do. ' 0. , :4 6 . 0-'5 \heat ?licrbushel . 'O 0'?0 6'"'0 Oats,'per. do . : .. 6 0." 0 0 . Barley,.par do, .. 0 9 6 .. 0 5"'0 Iaize;:per do-'-.? ?. : 0 i 13 9': U. 0 3 3 Groeenstuffpor dozen 0.' 0' 10 .. 0,1 0 Beefaper lb .. . :. , 0.03..'0 0 1. M[utton, pr, do.. 0 0,2~ ..'0 0 21 Pork per do'. ".. ,O'. .0 ' .. 0': 0 1.0 Yeal,.per dob .'' 0 0'3 .'.0 00 4 Lamnb,perr 0 6 0 Fdowls; pei couple'o.. :`0 .`3 G... '0.3 9 Dualksoper'do. . 0? ;:; '.:0''0 '4 :0 Ducks .wild iper do ..O:. 40' '0 .. 0 0 Geese, per couple ' -0 6 '0, .0 · 0 Turkeys, per do . 0 16. ...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
KIAMIA M1UNICIPiA COUNCIL.. There was no meeting of the Municipal Conupil oi~ Wcdnesday last, the only one of the Aldermnc present at the usual hour of ii eting, and for sosme time after, being iMr~/W. English. Was invite attentioni to anotico of lecture to-be delivered-thiss ctgc ng in the Wesleyan Church, upon ".dSw Aealandand the War." The lecturer, thL Rhv. Samiuel Ironside, from: ma'ry years .rsilence and labour amongst the 3Jaor s, 'i intimately con veirsant with their cNuac;ter and customs, andasis evidentfrom lis coimmunications to the Sydney Press, tak~o ad deep interest in the present unhappy and'e?eiting war. The subject is of interest to Britis? subjects, and specially so to the fricnds of Christian missions, Nenw Zealand liaving been the scene of much self-sacrifice and toil, on the part of missionaries. 'iD i'cturie will be repeated at Sliellharibr oi Imrsday eve ning next. . . LGonT VEnrn tie ýti ).ltlnthough in the yatter iel-q iro is ,i are, between thle -m piual:'s...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
Wheat, None in market:". hmaie-ie s Gd ditto Bdrle MaIltin is 6d to 4. per bushel. Ditto;' Cap 3s Od to 8s '6d iitto Oats3"so0d to 3S Gd ditto Bran s .6d to O'0 d ditto` Flourl1st, £15 per tonDit,2d 13it Ditto, 2ndL-£18 ditt ' .Hay, Lucerno-£3 Os to £4 Os ditto . Ditto; Oaten-£6.to £8 . ditto Potatoes--£ to £6 Os ditto . : Onions-10s to 15s Butter-Nominal. IHoney-d to Gd . Bacon-7d to Sd ditto Choose-id to 6d ditto Sggs-10d to'ls 0t per deoz. Fowls-3s Od to 4s od pdr coupl'.. Ducks-3s 0d to 4s Ot ?er ditto Turkeyd--7s to 14s ditto' Oalves-is to 0ls ; Pigse-4 to Od per'lb Hides-4s to 10s each Tobacco, Colonial. Is 6d to 2s... . GRAHAM &Ii ULHOLLAND,.. Jan. 9, 1864. '"King-street West, Sydney,
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
MISC2EILLANEOUS, Tue EXCAVATIONS ATr lo- -A com munication from Rome states that th ex cavations are being actively carried on at tihe Palatine. They have been for a certain time interrupted on some points, in conse quence of the necessity of effecting some works of consolidation, which the removal of an enormous mass of earth had rendered necessary. The clearing away of the long subterranean galleries situated behind the fountain constructed by Vignole has been continued, and large rooms have been found which are supposed to have formed part of the bathing establishment of the Palace of the Ccasars. In the direction of the Grand Circus there has been discovered the statue of the youthfill Baccluos; crowned with ivy, of remarkable Grecian workmanship. ft wouhl appear to have belonged to a group, as the hand of another figure is attached to the body of the young god. A great num her of fragments of seldpture of colossal dimensions were found at the same time. Frroum the Aventine, fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
" ;+THE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,' MARKET SQUARE, KIA3sA. TIHE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the . Public of Jamberoo, GCrringong, Shoal haven, &c., &e., that their Office is replete with every description of tihe most modern PLAIn AND FAricr TYrn, ]3ORiDES, &e., Which enables themn to execute work in a style equal to any other office in the Colony, with the utmost accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every .ariety and style, including Pamphlets Law Fonnms Catalogues Business Circulars Societies' Rules Labels - Reports -- Posters Billheads .Iand Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leises Agreements. Tlhey hope, by moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, with punctuality in completing orders, to so cure a share of public patronage. i In torms of the present postal arrangeo moonts,-Printing can he forwarded to any part of tihe colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. Tihe INDEPENDENT is published...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 January 1864
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. January 5.-Hunter, (s.),from Sydney. January 6.-Kinama, (s.) from Sydney. January 7.-Kiamna, (s.) from Shoalhaven. January 9.-Kinana, (s.), from Sydney. January 10.-K-Iembla, (s.), from Sydney. January 11.-Kiama, (s.), from Shonalhaven. Agenora, cutter, fronm Wollongong, with coals.