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THE QUEEN ON CRINOLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
TIIE QUEN ON CO?INOLINE. IEa MRajesty has addressed the following remonstrance to the ladies of England, daltdd Windsor Castle, August 1, 18(3: " Ladies,-The Queen has' commanded me to explress -the pain with which her Ma jesty roads the account of daily accidents arising from tlihe weai'ing of tlihe indelicate, expensive, dangerous iand hideous article calld crinoline. Her icMajesty. cainot re fraian' lFoia minaking known to you her ex treme -displeasure' that 'educated women should by example encourage the wearing of a dress which can be pleasinog only to demoralised taste. For.the iisorablo idiots who abjectly copy the habits of tlhose conventionally termed their betters, it is im possible to entertain anytliing'but pity. But to the ladies of England-this'hppeal to abandon thie presbnt degrading, dangerous, nind disgustin fishion is made in the belief that they wifflshow. themselvcs tihe rational and decorous persons whom they ar5ssup posed to be. Ihtive the honor to be, ladies, ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
FRANCE. The French Parliament was opened on the 4th] November, by the Emperor, with a remarkable speech. He .has dis patched to all the Europe:an Governments the following condensed letter, urging a Congress in Paris for the solution of European and Foreign comnplications: "In presence of events whlich e'ery day arise I deem it indispensable to express myself without reserve, that the Sorve. reigns to whom the destinies of nations are confided, whenever severe shocks have slhaken the basis and displaced thie limsits of States, and solemn transactions have taken place, should meet to arrange the new elements, and to consecrate by re vision accomplished transformations. Such was the object of the treaty of West phalia in the 17th century, and of the negotiations in Vienna in 1815. On this latter foundation now reposes the poli tical edifice of Europe, and yet it is crumbling away on all sides. If the situation of different countries be attcn tively considered, it is impossible not to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
REMEDY FOB SUsSTROKE.-W'e have been favored with the following remedy for sunstroke by a gentleman who attr butes his recovery from an attack of this nature to the timely use ofthel specific. As soon as possible after the victim may be afected administer a tea spoonful of car bonate of soda in a glass of brandy, poured into a tumbler of cold water. Tuh virtuo of the restorative mainly depends on its immediate application. After giving the dose, let the suflerer lie on his back in a dark room, till consciousness and strength return. Implicit reliance may be placed on the statement of our informant, and as cases of coup de soldil have occurred more than once this summer, the remedy may be usfiul.-Daylesford Express. WaIT or ELECTION.-Thlo following ar rangements have been made for the elec tion of a member to serve in the present Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, for the electoral district of Braidwood, in room of Merion Marshall Moriarty, Esq., deceased :-Place of nomination, ...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
CONTINENTAL. Europe is once more in at state of cornm motion. The friendship between France and Russia is broken up. The latter is making gigantic preparations for war, arising out of the Polish question. Tur kecy, alarmed at the threat of war,is also making great military preparations. Eng land 4tudiously holds aloof, refusing to aone?, belligerent rights to Poland. eoheleswig-Holstein question has su oteily opened a new phase. The Kin( g of Denmark died suddenly on the 15th November, after three day's illness, from cryspelas and failing an heir, was suc ceded by Prince Christian, the father of the Princess of Wales, while the Duke of Augustonberg has laid claim to the Duchies of Schleswig-lHolstein, supported by bhe German Government and popula tion, who appear determined on the par tition of the States from Denmark. Denmark is making active.preparations for war. Six ships of the line have been fitted out, and 11,000 soldiers have been called out. The Holstein officoials received ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
C033I1ERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEA43 FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. £ s. d. First Flour, per ton .............. 15 0 0 Do., per o100l bs ................ 0 15 6 Secnds, per ton .......... ... 12 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. 018 0 Marehiioe-dr.sseod Maize Floor, ; o:o: 0 12 0 Crushed?Maize, perbushel ...... 0 4 6 Bran and Pollard, ditto .......... 0 1 6 I" Wlheat anud Maize purchased for cash, or taken in oxcllnge for flour, or grist grinld n J. SIHAI?PE & SONS. Jan:25, 1864.
AMERICA. New York, 21st November. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
AMERICA. New York, 21st November. The Confederates have again obtained great successes. General Longstreet has driven General Enrnside into Knoxville, and invested the city. Both armies at Chattanooga have been reinforcedl. Burnside's communications are cut off. Tile armies in Virginiaremain in their previous position. Tile bombardment of Fort Sumter con tinues. It has lasted now 120 days, but the fort remains impregnable. General Gilmnore has received a number of boats cnapable of carrying 100 men each, and intends, writh this flotilla, to attempt taking Fioyt Sumter by assault. -Sharp skirmishing Ihad taken place on tihe Rapidan. The Federals were de feated. Thi, Confederates have refused the Federal Government permission to send stores to the Federal prisoners at -ichmond, numbering 13,000, and who are suffering great privations from scarcity of provisions and bad accommo dation. The bounty now offered to Volunteers in New York is 800 dollars per man. The negroes there have petit...
THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
TIURSSDAy. Mr. Eagar proposed a resolution for placing a small duty, averaging about 1is. per ceot. on promlussory notes and bills of exchange; also, an average duty of about 1 per cent. on tht transfer of real and er sonal property. A proposal to raise a duty on thle transfibr ot' crown stations or runs, was also brought forwrard, but not carried, the comsmittee having decided on reporting progress.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
SYDNEY MARKETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under: £ s. d. £ s.d. Flour, first, per ton . 1.5 0 0 to 0 0 0 )o., Seconds, per ton .. 13 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Bran por bushel of 20 lb 0 1 8 .. 0 0 0, Biscuit, Cabin, per 1001lbs 1 0 0 .. O 0 0 Ditto, Navy .. 0 15 0.. 0 0 0 Uread, per 21b loaf .. 0 4 .. 0 0 0 Hay, pur owt .. .. 0 5 0 .. 0 6 6 Grass .. .. .. 3 6 ...0 4 0 Lucerno.. .. 0 3 0 ....0 4 0 Straw . .. 0 3 6.. 0.-4 0 Bnrk, per do.. ."o 3 ,6 ,. : o 0 Wheat, per bushel ..' 0 5 ,0.. 0 6- 0 Oats, per do. 0...'':';'0 6 0 ...' 0 0' 0 Barley, per do ..: 5i;q' 4' 6 .0 6" O : 0 Maize, per do .. .. , 8 9.. 0" 4 3 Green stuff per dozen ... :01O ? :-; o 1 :- 0 Beef, per lb. . .',. ..0:?'(i , -. O 0 1'½ IMutton per do..: '.0" 02O ' . 0 o 3 Pork perldo 0 ... ;.: ":. O5 .i: 0 6 Vial, por d 's 0 ; 00 4.:,o0 0 0o Lamb, per 'q r... . .'.,0.: 0 0 0 Gowls, per couple, '. 0' 2"0." : 0 .3 6 rucrks, per do... O.. 3'0 l 0 ; 20 4 0 .Ducks, wild, per'do. '.".0'.'0i O3, ' 0 .4 0 Geese per couple; ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
GENERAL SU MIAIRY. The Australian September Mails were delivered in London on the l6th aud l19th November. The Queen i'emains at WVindsor, and is reported to be in excellent health. Parliament was prorogued on the 13th January. Sir John Lawrence is appointed Go vernor-General of India. Dean Trench has been appointed Arch bishop of Dublin, and Canon Stanley succeeds him as Dean of Westminster. Earl Powis has been elected High Steward of Cambridge University in the room of the late Lord Lyndhurst. The Attorney-General has applied for a new trial iL re Alexandra, decided against the Government last term; the rule is granted, and judgment will be de liveredjon the 7th December. The Intercolonial Royal Mail Steam Company have made preliminary negotia tions with the Postmaster-General of New Zealand for a monthly mail service be tween England, 1'anamna, New Zealand, and Sydney for an annual subsidy for five years of £76,000 for the entire route, to be guaranteed by New Zealand alone. The ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Wheat.--s Gd to 63 Gd MaIize-3s Sd to 3s 9d ditto Barley, M3alting-3s Gd to 4s per bushel. Ditto, Cape-2s Gd to 2s 9d ditto Onts--Is Od to Us Gd ditto lrimn-Is Gd to 09 Od ditto Flour--st, £17 per ton Ditto, 2nd--£1 ditto Ray, Lucerneu-£i' 10s to £4 Os ditto Ditto, Oaten--i£ to £7 ditto Potatoes--£3 10s to £4 Os ditto Onions-8s to 10s Butter, 1st--d to Is Uitto, 2nd-Gd to 8d Ioney-4d to 4d ;Bacon-7d to Sd ditto Cheese-5id to Gd ditto Eggs--l 2d to Is 3d per doz. Powls--3s Od to 3s Gd per couple Ducks-3s Od tu 3s Gd per ditto Turkeys--s to 12s ditto Calves--s to 10s Pigs-Id to Ol per lb Hides--s to 10s each GRA-IHAM & MULHOLLAND, Jan. ?i-, 1864. Kiing-street Wost, Sydney,
ARRIVAL OF THE RANGATIRA AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL. Adelaide, Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
ARRIVAL OF T'HE IRANGATIRA AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLI SH MAIL. [From tlhe Herald's King Ge orge's Sound Telegraphic Correspondent.] Adelaide, Thursday, 2 p.m. The Rangatira arrived at Adelaide at 11 a.m. to-day, after a passage of ninety ei hours. The detention of the mail Fwei.used by the breaking of the pinion sh ' :of the Bengal in the Red Sea, fifty miles from Perim. The Bengal was towed to Perim by the steamship Sultan. The P. and 0. steamer Benuares turned round at Aden, and brought the Australian mails to Galle, arriving there on the 1st January. The steamer 3Madras, Captain Grainger, arrived at King George's Sound at 5 a.m. on the 17th instant, having left Galle on the 2nd January. Captain Pascoe, ad miralty agent.
THE VANDERBILT AGAIN.—SEIZURE OF THE BRITISH BARQUE SAXON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
THE VANDERBILT AGAIN. - SEI ZURE OF THE BRITISH BARQUE SAXON. Some excitement was occasioned in Cape Town on the morning of Thursday, Oc tober 24th, by the entrance into Table Bay of tile well-known Federal American steam man-of-war Vanderbilt, of whose arrival at Mauritius we had then recently heard. It appearsthat Captain Baldwin, who after leaving Simon's B3ay run up to aMauritius, in expectation of finding the Confederalte cruicer Georgia on the pa tent slip there; on learning that hie hlad been misled by false information, resolved to return to thie Cape. HIe accordingly left Mauritius on the 10th October, looked ill Algoa and Simon's Ba:Lys on his way down the coast, and then came on to Table Bay, and only to receive full con firmatiou of the intelligence obtained at the ports of call that thle Alabama and her sister "pirates," as it is his pleasure to miscall them, had apparently taken their final departure from our shores, and were gone, none knew whither. Captain Baldwin ob...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
RALWAY AUCTtON DEPOT. Fat Cattle.-The market is steady at last week's quotations, but, from tile large number brought forward and sold lately, there must be a g·reat mlny paddocked about Sydney, which will prohably irevent any material rise in prices. But, of course, ans\ fresh cattle will alwvays have tihe preference. Fat Slheep.--Tlere is a decided upsyard ten domey in this market, end several flocks have changed hands at advanced rates. I have had many inquiries by purchasers of this descrip tion, to arrive. Store Cattle.-No business doing. Store Shleep.--In thils description there is also an ilmprovement. Seoveral sales have becen effected, and althoughl at no great aldvance oil former rates, vet the market has at healthy anp pearance. I hlavo quitted a few small lots at erom 8s to 10s. Milchl Cows are mIore brisk of sale than lasot week, but prices only a little better than pre vious quotations. llest quality, frord £7 to £8. I: offered to-day 23 head, of whlich only 1'2 brough...
SHELLHARBOR. COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO S. W. GRAY ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
II SIELLATlt3BOT. CO 1'LIPE?ENTARY DINNK R TO S. W. GRAY( ESQ.,. M.L.A. We nontioned-in a former issue the in tention of the electors of Shellharbor to in vite to a complimentary dinner the gentleman who has for soeveral years, and with unimpeachable fidelity, discharged the duties of representative of the electorate of Kiiama in the Colonial Parliament. The intbnded demonstration accordingly came ood Tuesday cevening last in ta nutuner higly satisfactory ~L concerned, and highly creditable tetl\ Iubky little town hip which origiuatel, i h jse get ting 11Ip of~tho aflsir:ha5 bci h uncrdrtlstd by the committco to Mr. Tilomns Cosgrove, of the Steam nPacket H-lotel; a'sd the e'rossionsi of unequivocal approbatibn witlis hicih the conmpany, collectisely lnfl indifids'ally, ac knocwlediged thie excellecIe of hi~'ptarrangc ments and the Iquaility bf h idsiscs Iand wines, attorded, no donuht, a sLisher gratili cation to " imine ]host" ti,' s - syspecuniiry profit.wlwhich couldit lse sdu l:...