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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
Wleat.-a-5s 6ldto Os Gd Maizoe-3s 6d.to3s 7id ditto Barloy, iaaltingi 3s i d 6to'4s por bushel. Ditto, Cape-2s Gd to Oqs 9d ditto . : :. Onts.-3 Od to .s 6d ditto Bran--is d to Os 0d ditto : .Floiir-lst,£17 to £18 por toil Ditto, 2ond-£1s to £16 ditto" HIay, Lhicrneb-£ Os'to £4;6 ditto' Ditto. Oatien-£4 to £? ditto. Potatoes--£8 Os to £4 Os ditto:' Onions--8 to:10s Butter,lst-§d to is Ditto 2nd--6d to 8d Honey-4d to 5d' Bacon-7d to 8d ditto'. . Cloesd--5d to 6d ditto Eggs-as 0d to is $d per doz. Fowls--s Od to 2s Gd per couple Ducks--s Od to 4 0Od per ditto STurkeys-G6s to 12s ditto. Calves-Is to 10s Pigs-4d to Od per lb Hides--s to ins each Tobacco, Colonial, ls Gd to is 9d GRAIIA?I & 3IULUOLLAND, Jan. 30, 1861. King-street West, Syduoy,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
TO .THE EDITOIR OF', TuHe iIAi3A IN iDEI'DENT. Sin,--I observe by ani advertisement in your last, that a meeitifg is to be held to-day at Shoaltrven 'for the purpose otLpetitioning Iris Escellency to dissolvet t presert wreteled Asseonbly, wsiih liesu rendtered itselt so ob noxious and so contemptible t the coountry. I hope that the exampoIe will be followed in this leetoratg;' but lirst.of$l1 we onught in my opinion to get rite w~ our.rL?.? t shsam of a rmunicipal cooncil. It is rtfflge to see how oeople will stick like leecets to auy public office they may halrploe. to getolld otl if they fiuny it coolers any sort of hrorio upon them, and. the accident of their holding sutch otlica appears to deprivo .thema of the power of dis tinguishing honour front contemapt or ridicule. After I read your notice of the proceedings at the last mo'tiurnof haoeouncil, I was in hopes of seeing someothY4loone in earnest to getrid of te municipal ham, and placothe charge of tieroaeds it tlte hadsof t...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT.. Fat Cattle.-This market remains at lait week's quotations. Really prime fresh stock are worth £3 to £3 10s. I sold this week 23; head of middling quality, consisting of 72 of A. Gibson's at £2 9s, and 104 of James Chij linln's at £2 12s Gd; also, 107 of It. Jones' at £ 15s. I have also passed two lots of 80 and 150 head respectively for New0 Zealand. Fat Sheep.-This market remains firm, witl a slight upward tendency. Prime flocks 12s to 13s. Buyers are shomwing aninclination to purchase lots' known to be on the road to this market. Store Cattle.-Nothing doing. Store Sheep.-Several enquirers this week after this class. I have placed several lots under oflfr in different districts. Milchlbows.-Prices have improvedl and the market-rates may Ie considered from .£ to -i, although I have sold some cloice cow-s s as hilh as £10. Produce Sale, Railway Auction Depot. Cralvs-A full supply an;l dull of ale. Lainhs. scarce; those tohland, considering the qualit,, brought...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE DIVORCE COURT SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE DIVORCE COURT SCANDAL. London, Saturday, November 7.-The rumour which described the plaintiff in the cause of O'Kane v. O'Xane and Palmer ston as a clergyman of the Established Church, proves to have been incorrect. Ho is, as I have now ascertained on reliable authority, a member of the Roman Catholic Church, and sonime years since kept a school at Killarney. He then became connected with the lKerry Star, and on the demise of that short-lived journal, came over to Lon don with the object, no doubt, of bettering his fortunes. I do not presume to prejudge the case, but I may state that bits one opinion is entertained here in regard to the matter. That opinion is, that there is no foundation whatever for the charge against Lord Palmhnerston. The lady waited on himn, it is true, at Caiinbridge House, with a memorial or prayer for assistance, anld tie noblle lord received her with the courtesy and kindness which belong to his natusre. He also, I hatve be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
7' ' THE "INDEPENDENT' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, MARKET SQUARKE, KIACMA. THE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jambcroo, Gerringong, Slihol havcn, Be., &c., tlhat tlacir Office is replete with every description of the most molcrni PLAIN AND FANCY TYrp, o]3oDiRA, &c., Which enables them to execute work il a style equal to any other office in tile ColoiJ', with tiec utmost accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornamental Printing, iL every nriety and style, including Pamphlets - Law, Forms * Catalogues - I Business Circulars •* Societies' Rules, ' -Labels Reports Posters Billheads HIand Bills Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreemc nts. They hope, by moderate charges, neatness nnd accuracy in thie excuction of their work, withl punctuality il completing orders, to so cure a share of public patronage. T In terms of the present postal arrange iients, Piinting can be tforwarded to any part of tite colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. Tihe INDEPENDENT is publ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMIA. ARRIVED. January 26.-Mynora, (s.)frpm Sydney. January 27.--Kiama, (s.) from Sydney. January 28.-Kiama. (s.) from Shoalhaven. -Kembla (s.) from Sydney.-Agenora, cutter, from Sydney. January 30.--Kiama, (s.) from Sydney. Blue Jacket, schooner, from Sydney. February 1.--Kiaia, (s), from Shoalhaven.
THE MISSOURL BORDER RUFFIANS IN KANSAS. Lawrence, August 23, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
TIIE MISSOURI BORDER RUFFIANS IN KANSAS. Lawrence, August 23, 1803. .])LEuAIL Bl'rTIER.-You havle doubtless heard lheftre this reaches you of the dread ful calamity that has betfllen Lawrence and vicinity, by the sacking and burning of the town, and other indiscriminate slaughter of its citizens, on Friday the 21st instant, by Quantrell and his band of incarnate demons. The record will make a page in the history of America, alike humiliating to every American who has a spark of manhood left within him, and disgracing, insulting, and outraging to common humanity. Such a record would degrade the wildest savageo tribe of our Western plains; and yet those beings,. animals (for I cannot call them men) are said to be our " erring brethren," whose rights have been invaded, and whose in-; stitutions have been trampled upon. What rights has a murderer, an assas: sin, a highwayman, but the right to bb' shot whenever and wherever found ? The issue is forced upon us, the people of. Kansas. Thes...
SHOALHAVEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
SIeOALkuAVE RA1CEs.--A public meeting was held at IMr. David IHyamn's, Coniuer cial Hotel, Shoalhaven, to take steps to carry out the annual races. Mr. Michael 1tyas was moved to the chair. The follow ing business was disposed of:-M-r. H. Moss was re-elected secretary; Mr. John, M1onaghan, treasurer; Mr. H. G. Mortonl Judge; Mr. Stapleton, sen., clerk of the course. Stewards--Dr. \Nolan, Messrs. Michael lRyan, Charles Thomas, James Mionaghan, James Thomson, J.1'., David yamn, E. Do Mlestre, James M'Guire, James VWilson, and. F. Miller. Messrs.' M'±Nab and AM. Ryan were elected audita?s, to audit last year's accounts. The,. seere tary was instructed toappl to HT. Berry, Esq., for the usual raco gr? uýl. IEach of the absent stewrards were ph'be comlmuni cated with, to ascertain whether tlhcy would act in that capacity ; if not, ?others are to be elected at the first meetiný to be called by the secretay.-- sommunitled.
SILK FARMS. No 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
SILKP FARMS. S,(Fs'o the Yeoman, December 12.) What the Frenielh call petite agricul tuire,"as:ýcont;rasted withl the cultiivdtion of corh: and grass;on 'a iarge scale; is now becoming firmsly fied amongst us, One of :its branches,tlhe culture of the vine, is so greatly: and genuinely successful, that it:may f±airly claim to rank upon the' list of established Australian industries. Teobacco his 'its many friends, although more itn:.New South. Wales. than here; and so long as we rear wool, which will probably be as long-as the world endures, it'' will cominiand a. steady market for sheepw.ash, if not' for cigars. Flax and heinp are safe to be 'rown everywhere sooner or later, ,for the proiif on both is steady. iand large, aqd they 4re just the crops for, our rich -lands when first blroken r.ip; In Queensland, thanks to theli merican war, more and more capital siobeing daily embarked in cotton; arrow root is a success; and there are at least hilf a bozen thriving sugar plantations. Te...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
SHOALHAVEN. Pursannt to notice which appeared in our last issue, a meetingewis held at' Shoal haven, on Saturday. for the purpose of con sidering the propriety of petitioning his Excclleney to dissolve the present Parlia ment. The meeting, which took place in the large room of Msr. : IHoward's Inotel, Terara, was attended by, a great number of the most influential inhabitants of the dis trict, notwithstanding that the available length of time for disseminating the pre-, liminary notices had 'accidentally becdf greatly reduced. 'i1 On the motion ofMtr. :Morrison, Mr. J. Glanville took the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement by which the meeting was coivened. He thought it high time that measures were taken to terminate the existence of the pre sent Assembly, ,wricj%,,td nCi omo a dis grace to the colonin',We. eoelci d that new men were requisred.c1 tsp ytoprtiosn of at Ieast one hlf. I was i3ry doubtful whether Mr. Miartin himself,;thlie head of the ministr...
AMERICAN AFFAIRS. (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
AMERICAN AFFAIRS. (To the Editor of the Times.) •Sir.-the great battle which, for thepro sent, may be called that of Chattanooga, is one of the most remarkable of the war. - In none has the superiority of the Southern: soldier been more decisively proved.- Ei'ery advantage was on the side of the Federals. They had the choice of ground, and 'a country fill of strbong positions from" which to make their choice; they had the pros tige of a long course of success, and the name of a commandcr said to be invinci-' ble. In spite' of this the Sounthern army, which, we wer' told, was utteily demora lised and reduced by.loss and deseitions to' little more than a mass of figitives--this army, after ' long course of depressing events, at length turns upon the enemy, and in spite of his great advantage in posi tion and: superior artillery, by dintof shoor hard fighting drives him from point to point, breaking through his'centre, and scattering it in confusion, driving'his right 'ving 'out of the...
NEW ZEALAND. PROGRESS OF THE WAR.—A LARGE REBEL FORCE ASSEMBLED AT OTAWHAO.—EXTENSIVE EARTHWORKS THROWN UP.—THE MANIOPOTOS 2000 STRONG.—BRITISH FORCES MUSTERING FOR THE ASSAULT.—NATIVE PLOT TO ASSASSINATE GENERAL CAMERON FRUSTRATED. Auckland, 7th Jan. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
NEW ZEALAND. PROGRESS OF TilE WAR.-A LARGE RE BEL FORCE ASSEMBLED AT OTA WIIAO. - EXTENSIVE EARTHWORIKS TIROWN UP. - TIE lMANIOPOTOS 2000 STRONG.:-- BRITISII FORCES MUSTERING FOR TIIE ASSAULT. NATIVE PLOT. TO ASSASSINATE GENE RAL CAMERON FRUSTRATED. (From tie Ilerald's Correspondent.) Auckland, 7th Jan. Sinee my letter of the 1st instant but little of importance has occurred. The Iaglan, expedition has been getting pro perly set going, so that now the whole number of somewhere about 1200 men are on the spot. The first duty it ap pears is to get the communication opened up between that place and Whata .Whata, i distance of ten miles. A good part of the road is made already, having been cut by the Blaories of William Naylor's tribe, under, the superintendence of Major MI'Gregor, before this present disturbance broke out. There remains, however, a deep river to be bridged, and some three or four miles of road to be out through the heavy forest laud which tops the range, forming the wat...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
KIAA COURT O"OF IR~I?QUESTS. 'TUESDAY,.Al i Y tr 226. . A list of ten cafes'on thetpaper seemed to :promise, srheav.y :day work for the Bench on Tuesday last, being an greeable way of celebrating the birthiday of the coloniy. Forltnately, howsever,'he business did not occupy: so much time as is fre quently consumed by two or three cases, or evenby a single one ;,as the greater number of the disputes lbr adjudication either lapsed through non-attehdance of the parties, or were settled outside tlih court. The only case whichlgave.theirWorships any considerabld trouble was one in which two affectionato neighbburs, dwelling at Shliellharbor, wore concerned. These were E? WAinD ]Tanos~.3y AIDiDREW REARDEN. The former, the plaintiff in this instance, sued for the sumn of £3 10s., as compensa tion for damninge done by defendant's cattle in trespassing -on a crop of maize covering between fobur and five acres of land, almost the whole of which, according to plaintilf:s statement, had been d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
Ouri readers will observe in the news columns of our present issue the copy of. , petitioil to the Legislative Council, the Upper House" of our legislatureiwhiceh. has been adopted for the purpose °of in~ voking the exercise of the veto which that House possesses, in order to prevent the establishment of the absurd and ruinous tariff which a retrogressive ministry and: a corrupt and demnoralised Assembly have. passed in such haste through its earlier stages in the Lower House. Low enough, indeed, that House must now be hold to have sunk; for to say nothing of the barbarous, paltry, and suicidal character of the measures themselves which the AMinistry have adopted, there is too much reason to believe that the one thing which secures a majority at present is the hope, on the part of several honorable members, that the sum placea n the estimates to furnish salaries for pdlice magistrates may become the source of a nice income to themselves. 'We have frequently had occasion to complain ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
CRicKET.--To-morrow a cricket match is to come off between the Britannia Club and the Wollongong players, and will no doubt; exhibit a spirited competition. Ou Tuesday last, as the match with the Shoal havencrs had been postponed, the members of'. the Britannia Club exhibited some sharp practice in the Market-square, smashing the windows of our office, frightening passen gerp, both biped and quadruped, and send ing the ball into Mr. G. Fuller's crockery stoTe. Notwithstanding our zeal fbr the encouragement of the game of cricket, we thi?ik tile Market-square a very improper and inconvenient place for practice. We suppose that on the occasion in question, practice would have taken place on the "Point," had it not been for the shelter afforded from the violent wind which pre vailed by thld buildings on the weather side of the Market-square. Tan numbers of the company assembled at the picnic on Tuesday last, were com paratively small, "i consequonce of the state of theo weather. Those ...
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
MoMI-AY, Fculla:rY 1. 'Messrs. CharlI4 olley, ,T.P:',o pn tile Bench. Robert Harper Buchanan was convicted of an aggravated assault, and fined .£10, with the alternative of 2 montks in Wol. longong Gaol. The circumstances of the case were somewhat remarkable, but as it, vas not disposed of till 3 o'clock p.m. yes terday, we are compelled to reserve details till next issue.
ROSTER FOR TUESDAY, 2ND FEBRURY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
sOTER Pon TUFSDY, 2bVD Dr nny--Mesiri Waugh, IIlndmarsh, KCiug Robb, and ltsddall. ItqOn FaoR TpoEso r, 9nFnnA?.Rn" -3-fessrs. I. Pry ,0. Chapmano, M?rks, .~1111, aIld Chnrles.
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
HORSE MAlRKET. Brr;T and Co., report An active markct since last report. TIh dcmands lor working horses continue, and brocilers have luhd no dtlieulty in clearing usetul lots at full market rates. Sound youon able horses, subject to trial, are the description irquired. For green unmade horses sales aro not so certain, and depend greatly upon style and quality. During thet week cwe havo sold numerous country lots froIn Wollongoong. inama, Maitland, Singlton, Bathurst, and Berrima. Heavy draruglits going from £25 to £45; medium ,and tcam horses, £15 to £25; carriage and gig hoI-aes, £.20,'o £10; backneuys, £8 to £30.