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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
MAURITIUS. His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly was entertained at dinner on the evening of the 17th, by the mayor of Port Louis, at the masonic lodge " La Pnix." The Friend of I 'ia complains that the Indians who return from Mauritius on the completion of their period of service on the plantations, bring back with them too much money, and that crime is the consequence. In compliance with an address of the Royal Society of Mauritius, 'Sir Henry ilarkly has accepted the olfice of patron of that learned body, as held by lis prede cessors in the Government. 'The Coosnmrcial Gateltc of the 15th says: -The other day a tidtal collision took place between two of the Grand Port coasters. A Malgasy sailor displayed on the occasion a presence of mind and probity which de serve to be recorded. When the vessels had got clear of each other, the master of the Diavolo was giving orders about the sails, without an idea that. his craft was filling. A Malanash who was near the forecastle heard t?e water r...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the Week. Mont Sunrise Sunset .TUFSDAY ..... e. 2 5, ." 1 2 . SDNEASDAY ..... 3 .5,7 5 T'ITRSDY-.. R 4 5 27 7:1] . 42 F RIDAYY , ........... [ , 5,:'.5"-28 .. 0 | .,27 SATURDAY .... 0..." 2 5 9 5 82 SUNDAY....... , 7 5 30: 4658 [ 2 5JNDAY ............. ~ ,8 31rs65:'. IKJIAMA INDEPENDENT:. . TUESDAY, EBR UARY 2, 1864.
ADMIRABLE WORKING OF THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
AIMIIRIAILE WORKING OF THE TARIFF. (From the Empire.) "Never was it so necessary that direct taxation should be imposed!" We have made this statement so often that our reaoders may feel inclined to accuse us of egotism and self-quotation : but the fact is, as imay be seen on reference to the Empire's parliamentary report of some seven weeks back, thlit this most truthful assertion for med a portion of the Honorable Geoffrey Engar's Financial Statement on the 2nd of Decesmber last. How the honorable gentle man has adhsered to it-how be has been permitted by his superior olfficer to adhere to it, is now a matter of contemporary history. On the same occasion Mr. Eagar said:-" That a more clumsy or unsatisfac tory mode of raising a revenue than a.pack ago duty could not be proposed .by any Financr Minister. He would take, for ex amiple,' two cases of fitriture, one Costly and elegant, and another theb same weight or size, but containing clumsy articles of inferior value. .sWas it just t...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
GARD i;NER'S CALENDAR. SFEBRUARY. FIELD.--SowiCape birley, &r., &c., s in January. Continue to dig and store early potatoes.-(Sec Jamiu ary.) Commnence ploughing X&c., for wh~at anud hay crops. Cut house tobacco. GOther and store cotton pods as they ripen. wecd and water. NixtnAnn.-P'epore youor wine-presses, vats, &c. For making wine, gather tie iwhole crops without de lay-so that formeutatinn ulayconmncmee inultalneouily ad notit ntervals. Don't gather whenn any rain or ,noisture is on the branheo s. Gatller with e?ro, reject, -Icctying berries, don't bruize the fruit. Avoid crusll Inog heads nod stalks while presslng. Separate tile tost as soon ts convcnient. Continuo bagging grapes, as in Jnunary. OancutR.-? eed ad loosen surface of soil. Gather peaches, necatrines. plums apples and pcars.-- rotect fruit fronm birds, C&e.
CURIOSITIES OF THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
CoaiosInovs or THE sCE.auS.-?1ueli has been said respecting occufpations open' to somen; the census has its disclosures upohi that subject The enumerators. fouind in 1861 among the Women of" England 10 bankers, 7:money-lenders, 274 commnercial elerks, 25 commercial travellers,r,4 brokers, 38 merchants, 29 farriers; 419 'printeis, ' shepherds, 43,964 out-door agrictiltural labourers ; 13 ladies weore doctrs, 2 were bonesotters, 6 were reporters or shorthand writers, 3 parish clerks, 4 horistei's, 4 teachers of elocution, 17 delitists,'2 khalc ers, 4 conjurers, 1 astronomer; 8' natural ists.' Some of the other sex 'gave irather curious descriptions of themselves. Fiftdeel called themselves natural philosophers ; one described himself as a lexicographer, ano thor as a chronologist, and oio wrote him self down ' orator.' Of others we have rather mysterious accounts--3 were gly phographers, 2 geometers, 9 kamnptuli?on manufacturrs, 8 trufllors. 33 boatleggers, 15 peel makers, 29 mungo me...
THE PANAMA ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
THE PANAMA ROUTE. November 26, 1863.-It seems that the establishment of a.postal service for Now Zealand and New South Wales, via the Isthmus of Panama, is at last likely to be accomplished. The Intercolonial Mail Com pany, already familiar with the navigation of the colonial waters, have made an offer which, it is expected, will be finally acted upon. They propose to undertake a monthly service, each way, between Sydney, Now Zealand, and Panama, beginning with three ships on the 1st March, 1865, and adding a fourth within twelve months from that date; in consideration of a subsidy of A£76,000 per annum for five years. The directors wished that the contract should be for seven or ten years; and they intend to apply to the Colonial Legislature for an extension of the term, which there is reason to believe will be granted. It is a promising sign of this proposal that all the parties immediately concerned in its execution think well of it. The Post master-General of New Zealand, and th...
POETRY. REPRESENTATIVE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
S OP.O E.T R.Y.. ttEP'RESEN'TXTIVE IrEIN. B0o as his words, and burlyfas his manner, Se bluff-brow'd Martin hoists Protectioh's banner; With boisterous voice, each meek opponent awes, " And makes the worse appear the better cause "I Argues-on either side-as serves his story, And courts the mob-though in his heart a Tory. Oh I ient-street, why were you so foolish? Why Did you reject so potent an ally Trained by his birth and breeding tocommand The rout and rabble of his native land ; With ready eloquence, and clear cool head, A friend worth wininilg, and a foi to droad, Your aristocracy could surely not Have suffer'd--'was but kettle versus pot; And as for birth and wealth, and ancient blood, Why, brains hlave ruled tllem all since Noah's dlood: See wrhere be sits upon tile Treasury bech, And rides the storm-which makes Ilis colleagues blench, Jibes with them--for them-(at then In his soul,) And scorns the means by which ie holds controL Keon in attack, and skilfil in defoene, Enjoyl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 February 1864
Gray Banquet. l her a-?o purchased Tickets Sfor at banquet, and did not honor it wit i ec mpany, the under signed is preparcc i any of t1hem, on returning their tick? ?e Shillings for each ticket so handedto him L. O'TOOLE. Beehive Inn, ý Kianma. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE FOR SIX DAYS ONLY, AT VICTORIA STORE: MANNING STREET, KIAMA. GEO. L. FULLER BEGS to call the attention of his numerous customers to his' ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE previous to Stock taking, which will commence on MONDAY, THE 1sT FEBRUARY, and continue for SIX DAYS; and in order to ensure a speedy clearance of the stock, the whole of the Goods are marked in plain figures at a considerable reduction under the real value of the articles. The Stock, especially that in the Drapery Department, was pro cured under great advantages, having been purchased before the recent advance in prices. G. L. F. has determined upon, giving purchasers the benefit of FREE SELECTION at the original low prices. In consequence of the. extent of the ...
FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
F~nnnulsr -I. M•r. ERaga, r moved the second reading.of the Ncewspaper Postage B:I!, which he de scribed as a bill not fir imposing a tax, but as providing remuneration for work actually done Mr. Gairet onpased tlhe bill, and, refoer ring to tld. deficiency in the Poit' Olfiee ,irevenneltomet tli expenditusre, contonded that, such dlcficiency was caused, not by tile enrisidse of niewspapcrs, but by the English miall contract, and thu great leagtl of theo"postal lines,. most of which were worked at,a loss. MIi..Dalgloishl condemned the practice of Gdvernsidnstn advertisig -n newaspapcrs as assoliro' of Ocrruption, and gave somle l *lls to show thl?t thelipotage on ntwslhpaeris us Victoria had not caused any dorenase in the postal rieinui;. Mr. I'isarpur 'supported the bill, Iad re eiciesed at great lengtl thel clhareacter and conhilht of the colonial Pcss. Dr. TLaig opposeld ifhe bill, tiudcontended that if Goverilineit adsertisemiuts were to be' e cnsidereld as ai suhsidy to the Pia...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
LE~GISMT'I VE AMS HlLY.T MIr. E?gar brought in the NewIspaper Itqstjtge D~uJty Bill, adt it was read a first tit.e. The "House then eCut into Conmuittee for thile fiurthller consideration of the Customs Duties Bill. In Schedule 13B, the item of package dlt' upon boots and( shoes wsas strongly ollposell by Mlr. Terry and Ir. Garrett. MrI. IHart ettluired lwhat revele the liTreasurer nti Ciptated flroll tile ane' sourrcs of t:lxaltion, and 'rellmarkedll that, Ilhe n'ow diutie? h1ad l ready 1u11erially afl'eeled retail prices. Mair. EIgarI sIhowedI tlilat tile total ;llIouitIt of revetlue expeeted to bIe t'ealis iltiiudC'r tlhe new tarill' tas £2111,0), lnd hlshlowed,. further that ther', was a crotituin s gover di'0wtt acco,(t of tlhe cosolidtlted ret'tnue with tlhel bank of' NewS South Wailes, 'inte the 31st )eceember last, the overdraft on that day bIeing £',l3.,115, and on thei 251t of' Jallluar,, 73,1U3. The schedule wlas ¶i~rijd' by 19 to 10. Upon the motion for adoption of the r...
THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
Sr ' TRsiiso.Y. SirW. aV . i lnning presente d a p ,li?bn from0 one tlhousand id eigtl i esidmcnts of Goulburn as.ist tluhe nei mi.. c.-ta.x.. .- *Mr. ? L)as Thokii pson prC1 'Bted ~a pelitionl signeiL by4sixtceen t.houiisan.l six lhumlrced andl thirtcen,'of all clisys, ag.insl the pro: posei tariff. I . 'Pliue uiiiimn's Bill w': f, noe through ini conumittee, Mr. Plml~ett Irnanluag witlidrawnv his oppositiod o the repeal of the Sea menu's Laud aB,_l-iaes clauses-tnhe bill to bo reco110l B , kver, on Wdiniesday
TO THE OF THE KIAMA INDETENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
-T* l THE EDITOR OF THE KlIAIA INDEPENDENT. Sin,-I perceive that tlil Worshlipful alnd intelligent gentlemen: who make up the 3Bush Council of our lmunicipatlity' have thought it W ig wJIKNeto.o gothrough the farce of cleeting new Inembers inl tle place of those who should 'have been, but were not (at least two of thelt) glad to withdraw themselves frinm tle contemptible position in which they were pinced. Mr; Black, Ibr Janiberoo, and that ext'ollent specimenl of the Gerrinigoqeesc, Mr. H. Gray, are still to have thc fi pasti' of calling each other "alderniot.'.u wiiasnitting with their hush mates in solemn ctpic'lme in that line council chamber in Terralitig-street, thle rent of which forms the onl 'benefit which anyone. now derires from the existence of the Cor poration, so far as it does exist. Mr. Red-u ford,' [ understand, does not intend to throw any slur on his reputation for sanity,.by takling his seat among the rest, who harT well niglh forfeited theirs. It is a pity there...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
'COMMIERCEAL TIN'TEIjtGENqE. KIAfMA STEAM FLOUR fMLlS; LIST OF Il10C05i..;: Pir Fluolr, per tori... . ..' 17 10 0 Db;,,r it I s. .... .. .:. .'. :' 0 . Secndl, per ton .. . '. 5 ' 0 .:Do.;:' p r 1001b . l ....... . '.'. . '' O- . 1 MIachlino.-hrossed [liz"Flin i'r, do... , 0F12r ,0 . Crshied M'i ze, lr shel ...;,i 0i' 6 :'Blran ndl Pollard,-ditto '..:.,. i .':.: O '; 1. 9 'S3 W eslct nd a1 iiz7n puiirclise' firiel t 5sh.li , or taken in oxclhano for flouij:'!:hgrisii?: riisl Feb. 8, . 1 .. .SH PE &.SONS. , ~ ~ I ' a: ,1G.. .. .. , ..:
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
ULLAIDULLA.. 'PETE SroxE~ PErls. -Tis rwEE~c n~ViEc1E IlnT II~ytIEu ontnoty IIEEEEiI EWti, gEEE sj~iri bydE EOEser rEEctIES. pE lE!EriEII EElpEEEIŽ fEE ospEŽEt, IleEIoEEInia fplIE )EtIEs, tIE WitTeCET thE EoTmplEtiofl of thB w~ork. . f TIONALr iCHOO. -'Mr. irio'?:ly.; tl kqhor, g:avo dlio childroe of sthishoL tieo second unnIl treat on the' .t'rvlRssAy, or TIs. Co[o,'T.-This sd~c ml oensmsri~o ted for the lirst time in 'Ulill s bc clricket icu'aclht Mr. Harl.'s euinie` tr 'rv1rs Home--Milton Club 'igifiiice UIshifl} Club, tihe former club bhtinia vicrt. ~ss.thlis occasion. iMr?r·l sla c eilt . i st! SOCIETY.--Tie inotily'i t.s?.took place o the 20ith. "Vi Marlit c'suwas clicled president, Jas 'W irde4 '[ Allei, Esqs., vilce-pro sidents. O tl h Mlr. Rllutter aven instcrii' Ii (tpon " Ellctricity, what hit i doe, iitratce bIy exlerimintls. The lectiiiol, is i s very interescting, isidi no 5 '- ilii as it dcscrvedl. [Thle Iuildin 3lsl .h tF society miice1t is oultof tceii a~Si ... Labl...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
SVDNl*3Y M IMIfTS: The S3drnoe papers of Saturday last rre port as node: - Plhir; first" per ton ..t 17"' 0 0 to 0 0 oy Do.'Sueonds; per ten .-' 1 :'0 0 . 0[' 0 Bran per bushel of 20 lb" 0: 1 . :. -0'6 I : Biscuit, Cabin, per 10lOlb l. 2 0 .: o 0; 0 Ditto Navy . ..:0 17 :0 .. 0 : 0 lread, per 2lb loa .. O; 0 4? ..'0 ,i. 0: Iay. per eat 0..: .. O.4 .. 0 . Grass . . 0 8 0 ; . O 0 Tssceijnd..i " :· .0 "5','0 . 0.3 ?. Strawo' .. :-:';." O,. .. O . O Wisert p .r i 0 .:h,'., 0bs.."0:0 0 ·::Wlio ati;'p h buIShtl. '" :. ;- :" b?" 0 ';. '0 ". 6; .i" Oats. p ""r do. . O ;0 .O4 0 Birley, pjr doB' O ': :' ..:. 5 O M,·I sze spao' do .. - . : .' 0 :: - 4 .Greesi stllff pe dozen : .. 0 0 . .:. O0 ?1 0" o? perlb '; .. : 0 1 0 Mnittb n ?p et?do:: ,; . , i , .' 0; 0 , Pork edo . 0 ) .00 0 Lamb pesr 0 0 o 'GF se, per o.ple: :.:.0 5 0 .. O?:' 0 TDskesa per do . "80 6 6 n s ose a osdin pi ds .0 5 0 , 0 70 Geeser, lies eshspl . ) 0 0 s .0 '-.irke ys, per do " : ..' : 8 0 0 l. . 0 07 : Bacoi, pier do ". i...
PETTY SESSIONS. Same day, before the same Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
PETTI'Y SfiSSIONS. Saine day, before the sunme Justices. Hlm v.n Wnilliams.- Ulaw.fuilly im. poundiing. This was a ease arIiniig out of" thie casu liymn v. WVilliamns, iil tim Coiurs of teqisies. Thle fence. having been re iniqvel, Iiynn's caittle tresjflis3ed alnd Were iinponnded b.l W\illiams. A. deal of ill fedullng seeaied t0 exist bLetweL'en the parties, iiid this paltriy way of annoying each other I.ud been resorted to. 'Tihe. ' uncuh fbund that althlough :\rlliants had rdemoied tie fence,; hie had still a perfect riht .to ih pound, bitt could only chr,,e as for open ltad, d. pcri' head. Order inl.doto reduce trespass to 3d. per head with Iij. a-hltd, dririig 4d., each party to payluilf tthe costs of court, vi., Is. 3d. eachih lIrown m.Suinmerlield.--Olim £16 19s., undcr 20 Vie., Vi ; bein" folr wnes as" a la boerer iat s. per ldieiii dfelbndait adjimitting tilhe clim. An order iiwas tikeii bI? consClt bfor £14 19s., payable in four weeks, ordis treoss to issue. . \W. i. Morri...