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NEGRO SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
N:R?IO SOLDIERS. The suabjoined apiplling 'socount of the slaughti·e of theo. utiro Beckhomn fsmiily by hegro soldiers is taken from the New York.papers, Tho dreadful cient has caused a most painful sensation throusgh out America. The family consisted of Mr. A. ? Beclkham, liis wifel and seven children; also. hIajor Be3ckhams the aedlfather otfIr. A. 1. Beckh-am; 'a-i jor Beckhlim was seventy-six years 6f ago at the time he was murdered.' He was a commissioned officer in our last war with Great Britain, from whiclr he derived his title of major, and in the helplsnessess and decrepitude of old ago he olived ivith his son. A man of refined educatiou and manners, MIajor Beckhlam was regarded as the standard of virtue and benevolence. IMr. A. F. Beckham and family had re sided for the last fifteen years at the Gompromise Laoding, e;ngaged in mer chanidising, farming, and keeping an esxtensive wood yard, and by industry, economy, and perseverance, had acquired a considerable fortune; ind...
THE COOLIE LABOR QUESTION. (To the Editor of the Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
THRE COOLIE LABOR QUESTION. (To the Editor of the Nlorthero Argys.) Sla,-I apprehend that it is scarcely necessary to define what is implied in the phrase, "The Coolie Labor Question;" but to prevent the possibility of mistake, I will state the proposition thus: ft/ce ex pediency of supplementinsg .Europeane Labor woith Asiatic. In a recent issue, you advocated tlhe introduction of Coolie labor, and justly stigmatizcd as " bugbears," the anticipa tions that Europeau labor 'would be swamped, and society corrupted in con sequence of such a measure. I greatly regretted that instead of treating the sub-, ject at length, as its importance dematdds;, you merely touched on it with a.few pithy remarks. A leading article on.this topic jis, I conceive, a desideratum, aid I shall anxiously watch th .futurec issiiee:ofthei .Noitiern Argus in the hpeo ofd seeing?: it sfupplied; meanwhile permie:ine tolay before you some of the mosot salient.fea_ tures of the question. To my. mind, the questiou t...
THE PRESENT STATE OF AGRICULTURE IN IRELAND.—EFFORTS TO IMPROVE IT. Dublin, October 31st. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
TIE. PRESENT STATE OF AGRICUd TURE IN IRELAND.-EFFORITS TO IMPROVE IT. * (Fromn the Timecs' own Correslpondent.) SDublini, October 31st. Last Thursday there was a meeting in the Court-house of B?llina, called by Colonel Knox Gore, Major Knox, Captain Jackson, and other gentlemen, for the purpose of organtsing an Agricultural Improvement SociBty. It was numie rously attended, and excited great iuter est, being alike remarlkable for the free discussion of the land question, and for tlhe statements made regarding the causes of "Irish decline," and the enmigra tion of the agricultural classes. The chair was taken by Colonel Knox Gore, who spoke at some length on the present state of the agricultural interest in this country. He is a good resident landlord, a man of superior intelligence, and has studied the subject, and, after much con sideration, has submitted the results of his reflections to the public. Having re ferred to the prosperous state of the country twenty years ago, and to ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
MISCELLANEOUS, SosETrNoG. FOR ADVERTISERS.-In a ease tried at the Lord Mayor's Court, London, Treloar v. the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company, the plaintiff, who is the well-known cocoanut fibre mat manufacturer, recovered £91305 compensa tion for the loss of his house and business, at 42, Ludgate-hill. One part of the plaintiffs claim was a sum of £500, put-ad "loss of profit on advertising." In sup port of thiit claim the plaintiff was called on, and ld said, "Ilook upon money ex pended in advertising as. capital invested; it will, of course, be some time before a benefit is felt, and it all depends upon the nature of the business: '-In my ease It have expended £5000 inadvertising the business which I was the first to introduce. I did not expect a return fbr three years, but it cnaus surely; and the older the advertise sent the more surely comes the return. It was only the other 'day that a gentleman from Canada brought me an advertisement which lie had cut out of a pape...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PbORT OF KL?IMA. ARIRIVaD. January 19.-Kiam, (s.) from Sydney. Ja'nuary 20.-Kiama, (s.) from Sydnoy. January 21.-Kiama, (s.), from Shoalhaven, January 23.-Kiama, (s.) from Sydney. January 25.-Kiama, (s), from Shoalhaven. DEPrATURES. January 19.-Kinamn, for Sydney. January 20.-Kianma, for Shoalhaven. January 21.-Kiama, for Sydney. January 23.--Kiamatn, for Shoalhaven. January 25.-Kicma, for Sydney.
SUPPLYING DRINK TO DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
SUPPLyINOG DaRIci TO DUNKAiRDS. WVe have had our attentioln called to the nefarious system of Lsupplving intoxicating liquors to known and conlirmcd drunkards. For obvious reasons we withhold inamnes; butl we are informed that late on Thursday night, Dr. Taylor was called to i a man in the nieighborhood of Jamborooee, who hadl received an almost lital wound in the ab. domen, froin the breaking of a glass-bottle in his trowsers pocket. The unhalppy man, in a state of intoxication; was despiatchled from a public house with a supply of two bottles flll of ruin, although hle carried away in his system enoughi to destroy any ordiiiry individual. Thus provided, and left to stumble his road home, hie fell down a steep gully, and shivered tlhe glass bottles iito keen weapons. Weo aire told that but an inch of an anatomical bearings stood lbe tween this man and ldeath: that an inch in variation from the direction of the wound received, must have laid open the main crtery of tLhe limb, when d...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE KIAfIA INDEPE?DENT. Sin,-The recent execution against the ex-alderman of the Shoallaven M.uni cipality, reminds me forcibly of a par graph from some theatricalregister. "'?C have had occasion to observe for some time past, a lamentable falling off in tle farces,the performances invariably concluding with what, in theatrical phrase, is entitled ' Heavy Pieces,'" and certainly the conclu sion of the drania of the defunct munici pality has been rather heavy, (all must allow) to my ex-aldermanic brothers. In your last issue, I had the pleasure of perusing the letter signed "An Ex-Alder mani," and tlhink hlie has icein a little unjust to the Nowsra Ward representatives, when he penned the following extract:-" Now, what seems strange, Mr. Editor, is that these two, (referring to the two Good Dog aldermen levied on), were to be made the scape - goats for all the rest. Now, why these, and niot the principal defendanit, or mayor, is what I would like to knowm P" "If wh...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
ICI~AIA- MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SaTUnnDar, JsUfl-it23. As no quorum had been presbint at thie Chamber on the ordinary day-f meeting, viz., Wednesday last, a special meeting was convened by cireular issued by.thelMlayor for the above date; and the councilaccord ingly met between one and two o'clock p.m. There were present ;the Mayor, and Alder menc Black, Pike, Gray, Cook, and English. The object of the meeting was stated to be-the consideration of the question whether it was advisable to take steps for the dissolution of the council; or to proceed with the elections for the ensuing year. After some coaversition Aldermanun Black rose to morve thlat it was desirable to proceed with the elecetio of aldermen to lill tii pltees of those who are now about to retire in rotation. He thought it doubt ful whether it was legially etmpetenut to the iCouscil to resign its fisnctions ; and thought it was not desirable to do so until at least it had been settled what was to be done about tlhe cash cre...
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
TUEsDAY~ , JANUARY 10. The Houso, in Committee of W?ays and Means, assentcd to Mr. Eagars proposition for levyiug a tax of 3d. pcr'b. on hops, and li6d. per Ib.:on malt. Also. to lay a dluty of 5s. per Ib. on cigars; of 3d. instead of the present duty of 2d. on coffee and chicory. The proposition to put a duty of £10 each on four-wheeled carriages; and £5 on those having two wheels; also to put a duty of ls. Gd. per cubic foot on furniture and musical iustruments, were carried.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
LEGISLATIVE ASSE?IBLY. WEDNESDoY, JNUARY 20. Miuistcrs stated, in replv to questions, that £44,,144 18s lid, weoro due to the Go vernment from the Sydney Corporation, to 1st January instant, on water and sRowerage debentures. Petitions were presented from inhubsitants of Goulburn, anid from four hundred and thirty consumers of boots and shoes against the proposed inmpost on those articles; ind from one hundred and nine residents of .Taralga against the proposed newspaper tax. Mr. Eagar moved that, for the remainder of the session, theorder for committeeof Ways and Means 'stind an order of the day, as of course, on each day on which Government business shall have prece dence, which was agreed to after a short debate. The House went into committo of Ways and MIeans. Mr. Eagar proposed that there be a duty on boots and shoes of ds. per cubic foot, which was nearly equal to 10 per cent ad valorem, and would realise £30,000 revenue, for which purpose the item was alone intro duced. Mr. D...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
IA MA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY,, J?lUARY 19. Meosr. A. Fry and R. Miller, J.P's., on the Bench. Edward M'Geo, -rho-4ss.been appre handed on a warrantas?uo d 'by the mnagis trites of Sydney, waari~nas dd d to be dealt with there, the ahhargi against him being that of having deserted his wife, and left liher withoit lanwful means of support. Rbbert Aitken, on a charge of drunken ness, was admonished.and discharged. IsrcLDInN V. nBYRON. Illegal impounding iind excossive charge. Plaintiff being sworn, stald'lhat on fia turday, 26th Deceml'r, \vtile the'ans herd ing his battle on'lhis ?.p, defendant drove off 12 of them to tlie pound, usder pretence that they had been trespassisg. iHe ad mnitted that five of them had been on de fendant's land, but asserted that the other seve, awere on hii own-. He complained that2 dilffiidah t had deli-ce the fio hbla?d across the bonndary bet-een them, which was unfenced; tlsst he .had mixed them with the otlher seven, and taken the whole off to potind., ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
IT is probable that in a very few days a deputation consisting of gentlemen who are or have been members of our Municipal Council will proceed to Sydney, for the purpose of obtaining an intcrriew with the Co!onialSecretary,and ascertaining whether the Government is disposed to relieve from theresponsibilityof the cash credit obtained at the Commercial Bank, those gentlemen whose names still remain allixed to thle bond which the Bank holds as security for the money which it advanced for the use of the corporation. Tile althirs of thie munici pality are in a state of complicated disorder, from whiehit is highl time that some eflort were made to disentangle tshem. There can be little doubt, mnore from the example of Goulburn than that of Shoalhlaven, that in case of litigation betwreen the Municipal Council and ranyone who may dispute its powers to levy anrd so forth, thie jridgment of the highest Court in the colony will be adverse to the corporation. It is at present of little use to...
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
SATunRDiar. \Mecssrs. Owen and Colley, J.P's., on the Bench. Hlarry Owney, an aboriginal, who had been previously brought before MIr. Ken dall on Friday and remanded, appeared on a charge of l horse-stealing, a warrant having been issued ,against himT by the Sydney lenlch. Senior-constable John Goddard having been informed of the suspicion entertained against the prisoner, lhad gone in search of' him towards Gerringonglate on Wcdncs day evening. After an active search and inquiry lie found first the deserted camp of the prisoner and otler blacks, auid purscued him in tlhe direction of the boat iharbour, having found reason to suppose lthat le had gone in that direction. As there was only a partial moonlight the constable could not see to any great distance; but was guided by the barlking of some dlogs to tlhs place where the prisoner wet aying. Haoing ap iroacheld cautipesly ho haddecnly pounced upon the prisoner, hcssleim at ontce, and reached .iai st. Vrith his charge about 4 o'cl...
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
PirIDA, JANUARY 2B. T. Kendall, Esql., J.P., on the Bench. M?M'aloy Robinson was brought up, charged with haviog been drunk and dis orderly iin a pnblic-honse. Constable Young deposed that he had been seut for on the preceding day by Air. George Adams, of the Steam Packetl Iinn, anud oi reachinlg the house, hle fbund Mr. Adams endeavoring to push the prisoner off his prelmises. Th1t latter disenigged him self irolli Adadns, :l1t(] nmado a blow ait him. .At Adams' requecst witness took the priu soner in clharge. The ollbuce being fully proved, the pri soner was sentcliced to 1'pay a fine of 40s, or to be counilned for seven days in the lock-up. The f?ile was paid.
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
ROSTE FOan TUESDAT, 2Grjj J.ANUAr,.--"Messr 3. M. Gray, Colley, Kiendanll, Moles and Owen. Hindnlarh, King, Robb, anid leddal. J; Jo"""T L Y-e
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
HORSE MARICKET.. Mr. Charles Martin reports The past week has afforded an additional instance of the fluctuations to which the horse market has of late been subject. Consequent upon the departure of several of the principal buyers from Sydney, the demand has consider ably diminished, while the quantity of stock offesred at thie Bazaar sales was gre~atly in ex. cess of last week's supply, thus rrenlering the sales still duller than tlhey otherwsse would have been. Therere sre no fresh drafts of con scqnence sold at thie Bazaar, but at tihe Cam perdown Yard two sales were held, vie., a draft of broken-in horses oa Tuesday last, at from £6 to £22 10s; and a draft of bhthl broken and unbroken staock, belonging to J. D. Cadham, Esq., on Thursday, at from £2 to £17 5s.