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GARDENER'S CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
GARDEINETI'S CALENDAR. 'JANUARY. FeLD-SOW.Cap cbrlky for green crop, Iirh lfnd, maize, millet,' Swredis! turni ) tan'elbeet, inaugold wurzl, &c. Sow sorg gfnaj .charatlm in rows three feet apart, and each pl ant n early ' bo t d istant from each other. Look to tilht olinar' maize crop, hil up, i loosen the soil bete I thIe roslI and Ir ememb that laInrge m:il is very impoverishin, bt, small nlot ds not nltrly so mauch so I)i andl stort ea rly iotato crop,s now ripe inbt some pl:tc, ?,s r-lin ill thin Iot lo illt would de.stroy aly left in tle iround. UCt htld relady for tile atuln clrop of iotiltos, to ibe planted inl Febrllry and Marcnnlnd irocur. seed potatoes grow i in ar colderclimatfjopossibhv. Attend totobacco and cottolt weed, lousta. tile soil, &c, Proceed altways with Irrigation and wveeding. V'i.-YEAP..--Continue sRummer pruning ;don't prune ifth sip flows. Rlemove lateral shoots, shorten frllt bearingboucis, weed, &c. Tic up bearing branches, and p...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
CIHINA. The news from Japan is more pacifio. Prince Satsuma has sent envoys to settle the difference with him, and to pay the indemnity required. OGNE Henry n Oers was recently struck by lightningxin bow Orleans. An inquest was held, lifo pronounced extinct, and the next day his flluneral was celebrated. In the midst of the ceremonics he rose up. right in his colln and surveyed the scene with much astonishment. The electric shock had anlmost completely suspended animation for twenty.four hburs.---Amert cnn Paper.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 January 1864
T~IE "INDEPENDENT" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, IhARKET SQUARE, KIAA. THE PROPRIETORS beg to informn the Public of Jambnheroo, Gerringong, Shoal haven, &c., &c., that their Omfco is replete with every description of the mnost modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDIERS, &C., Which enables them to execute work in a style equal to any other office in tile Colony, with the utmnst accuracy and despatclh. Plain and Ornamental Trinting, in every aristy and style, including Pampelets Law Forms Catalogoues Business'Circulars Societies' Rulels Laels Reports Posters Billhecads Ianld Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreements. They hope, by mnoderate clharges, neatness and accuracy in the exsccution of their work, with punctnality in completilng orders, to se cure a slhare of public patronage. •-r In termes of the present postal arrange ments, Printing can be forwarded to any part of tie coloely at a mnerely noeminal rate of postage. Tile INDEPENDENT is peblished eve...
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. TIrH. 1HAUVEST. - The weather being beautiful, reaping is now general through out the district, the wheat crop being an excellent one. We are informed that one farmer, who has cultivated a field of 140 acres of wheat, anticipates a yield of 25 bushels per acre, and other fields in the neighborhood will yield more. The above is highly gratif-ing to our fiarmers, and the fact will no doubt serve as an inducement to a more extensive cultivation of the soil roundabout Tcnterficld.-Tenterfield 'hroni cec. CInCULrATION OF OUI SovEIlEIGNS IN ExscLxaD.-Tlhe Shrewstnry Chronicle of the 2nd October has the following :-"As Australian sovereigns and half-sovereigns have lately islde their appearance in circu lation in this kingdom, and as many refuso to take them, it is but right the public should khwv--thatlf th ue issue i-perfIctly legal, and their value is quite equal to that of Jnglishl coin. They are constantly issued both by London and provincial banks." DrI:'.OI.s...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
STtesday. Theo Parliament of Victoria met this dhy at noon, when the Governor opened tho sessioni . .erso. .t - oVide-regal speoeh his Eceelloney l ed tlat measures would be bhroagl 'iii rd to amenid the Land Act, and lio lilti6n affecting the gold-fields-to establish rof6sihatories aidd industrial homes nil'd to encourage th6 production of coeiial i~ino. Some otlier minor measuies woo aldo promised. The speech concluded with an emplitic protest, against transportation to Western Aus tralia.
ORANGE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
/ORINGE. 1 S t o a . A:**"* ; .* Mondnay. oSergenit Robert. m was killed. at Mac quario gold-fields 'on Priday-l;st, by the unOexpcctedc disclair"go of a' iileo" -'Thliball passed through his heart, and killed him on the spot; He wias at tlhe time in com pany with othersof the police, engaged in quelling a riot amongst the Chinese. He. took a rile from ono of the Chinaman, and whilst holding it by the barrel, attempted to smash it on the stump'bf a treeo when the charge exploded.. It is said that the-conduct of Commiis. sioner Thorpo is cunsing great dissatisfue tion, and an 6~ol jgiquiry. is considbeed imperative. . .,,, . ; " " ;: ;; .z "' "? .·
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. TAMBAROORA. Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
TELEGR.APHIC INTELLIGENOE. (Frno0 T I:lAI1 0 AND EMPIRE.) :, : TA3mAiBt'ROORn.i " Monday, 3 p.m. The decomposed remains of a European, perfectly naked,I were found in the bush Oight miles distant from here; The ficeo, hands, and feet were partially caten by ants and vermin. The conmnissioner hold an inquiry to-day, the verdict given was " Found dead, cause and identity un known." A murderous assault is just reported. A Chinaman attacked four of his countrymen, stabbing thein in several places with a dagger. Noine of 'the wounds, however, are considered of a very serious nature.
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. DESTRUCTIVE HUhRRICANE .-Lieutenant Saxby certainlyappears likelyto gain agneu ral, if not a world-renowned noteriety for the truthfulness of his weather predictions. We were led to expect stormy and danger ous weather at the latter end of last.week, and on Saturday we had demonstrative ful filment of that gentleman's calculations. Between six and seven in the evening aper feet cyclone raged for nearly ten minutes, carrying with it devastation and destruction of a serious nature. A dust-storm was seen approaching Albury from the Hospital Gully, and every one rushed to close doors and windows. The hurricane seemed tobeu joined by another in a few minutes f "n Vrictoria, and gained additional force. o?e sky was darkened, light carts were bloisn over, those , who were out had to rush for shelter, or throw themselves on tlhe ground, and for some time it appeared sas though some great convulsioneof nature were about to take slace iWhen it passed, it was found that the ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
COOIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAMB FLOUIR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. First Flour, per ton ........... 17 10 0 Do., per 100 lbs. ................ , "0;18 0 Secoezs, per ton .............:.., 15 0 0 Do., per 100 lbs .... ........ 15 3Machine-dressed Maize Flour, do. 0:12 Crushed Ioaize, per bushel ..... 6 Bran and Pollard, ditto ....... 9 IW s Wheat and Maize purchased for : csli, or taken in exchange for flour, or grist grind g. HJ. SIARPE &: SONS. Feb. 1, 1861.
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
PAR.LIAMENTAR INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. JANUARY 27. Mr. Robertson addressed the House in con dernnation of the proposed dity oil the trans fer of stock and stations, urging thie injustice of the distinction thus made between transfer of stock on freehold and leasehold land. MIr. Darvnll also opposed the resolutions as oppressive, and lie condemied in particular the duties on bank notes and the transferor bank stock. Mr. HIarpur and JIr. Stewart commented uponl some observations of the previous speaker, disparaging to free selection. Mr. Garrett considered that the piroposed duty must be assesssd, if at all, upon the graz-.b, ing capalilities'of the run, and pointed out that it was liable to easy evasion by the owners of runs selling their stock separately from the grazing privilege. ' "'Mr. Sanmuiel considered that the proposed duties were\ a step in the right direction, but that they were not sufficiently comprehen sive. The resolution was read a secodd time upon a divisio...
CATERPILLAR DESTROYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
CATE.rPILLA.? DcsrROyEcRS.- Oe wereO the other day informed by a gentleman re sident on M'osquito Island of ai curious circumstance which is worth being generally known.-l'very one who has been in the bush has see, those nently formed nests, which are mnunfitctured by the hornets from fine clay, and which may be found adhering to a post or limb of a tree. One of these nests which was opened the other ilay by our informant, was fbund to bo divided ilno at numliber of compartlments, ii each of whichi there were two line plump aterpillahrs, whichi most likely were brought there to furnishi foodl tr the young. It would thus appear thlat the hornets are not so worl.tiy of' extermination as seems to he generally supplosed, hut thali; in fact they are very useful in assisilng to destroy the tfamers' worst eneimies-the eaterpillars- Newcastler 2klegraliph. A.ul i.T uin is reported to be very closely watched by the Italian Government, nouw that lie is lnearly restored to healthl. The next sh...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
SYDNEIY MABKETS. The Sydnos papers of Saturday lost re port as under,:- , £ s,.d: La s. d. Flour, first; per ton '., 17 0.. 0.'to 0' 0 j' SDo., Seconds,-perton . ."'15 0. 0 0 , 0. 0 Bran per bushel.of 20 11 0. 1:-8 :.. 0,0.' "0 Bisenit, Cabti, per 100l 1,,L 2 0 ..0 0 1) Ditto, Navy ... .017 0 0. 0 0 read, pr 2lb laf .. ~ 0- 4 ." 0 0 '. Hay, per cwt .; . .0 4.6 .0. 6- 0 Grass . . . ,'0, . 0 ; 0': (. Lucerne . 0 0. 0:? 4 t.. Straw: .. .:. i 6 0::: Burk, per do. O4 6.. 0 Wheat, par bushel': 0 05O : 0 :6 06 Oats, per do. :.0. :. '':0'::: 04 Barley, per do 0 4.. '. " 4 ' 0 Maize, per do . ... 0 8 04 Green stuff pardozon.... 0 0 101 ;0. 1 0 Beef, per lb- 0., 0 ~',?0 0 . otto per' do.. 0. . 0: 0:2i. 0 . 3 Pork per.do . .2 0 0 .,.i- 0 0.: 1 e?al pertdo .. 0 0 4' '..'0 0 0 Lamb, per qr..' ..0" 0 ".; 0"00:. Fowls par cupspl '; ... 0 0 . .)" " ' Ducks'. per dto: . O .26 i ;:0-O 3 Ducks, wild, per do .0 3? 0 0 .4. ' 0 Geese; per:couple .O .0i'00: . 0 O:; ( Turkeys, perdo, :. 0 :::0 - .?0 20 '. ...
THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
The followin pctitioa .to the Legislativeo Council is in course of signature, and..will.be presented ownan early.day. To the honorable tile Legislative Council of N sw South -Wales in Parliament assem Sblod. .The potition of the undersigned merchaintis and others- °. Your potitionersirespe flly qpproach your honorable House \ raye, tlatvyou will exert. your.constituttiomei funetions in reject ing the proposed tiariff that has eoon passed by a small number of tle Legislative Assem bhy, the msjority, in few eases, exceeding one third of the memnbers of that bady. Your petitioners respeectfully point out, that the Oustons'.duties proposed will be unequal in their incidence, protective in thqir effect, and .will not only be it stumbling block injthe onward- progress of New South Wales, but will'tend to drive away trade to the neighbor. ing colonies . . Yoarpetitioners beg to remind your honor able House that tle proposed duties are levied for tihe purpos: of- covering a'-deficit, the ex...