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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

The Steamer Illawarra. rp.HE .PUBLIC.. ar.e..respectfully.. informed^that the . JL particular desire of the Settlers in this district, the ^^5 . ILLAWARRA STEAMER, will hereafter leave Wollongong every Monday, Wednesdfl.y.'and ^ Friday, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK precisely, in lieu of one o'clock, as hitherto. The object being-, to secure the arrival in Sydney ot' the live stock' and produce suffi ciently early to enable their agents to dispose of them on the same day. . ; The rates of passages and freights are fixed at £ s. d. Cabin ? ? ...0126, Return Tickets ................ 1 0 0. ? Steerage ? ? ? ? 0 7 6 ' ?? .»? Freight, per ton 0 15 0 CHARLES FAIRS, Agent. November 22, 1 855. 169 Steam between Kiama and Sydney. THE KIAMA STEAM NAVIGATION COM X PANY'S STEAMER KIAMA sails regularly twice a week between KIAMA and SYDNEY, leaving KIAMA every Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m., and ? . 'VICTORIA WHARF, ERSKIN E-STREET, SYDNEY, every Tuesday and Friday night, at 10 o'clock. FARES . ? Cabin, 15s...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

SHOALHAVEN. ' [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] . The weather has at length cleared up, and the remainder of the i wheat has been secured. Although considerable damage has l^een done to the wheat crops throughout 'the district, yet the amount really lost has not been near so much as was talked of, or as the unfavourable weather would have 'ledjbtie to expect ; but, certainly, a great portion of the crop has been Very much deteriorated. The potato crop is being now turned up, and looks well : the quantity is likely to prove abundant, and the quality hitherto most excel lent. The corn crop looks exceedingly well, iand promises to be very abundant. ; We can now congratulate ourselves on possessing the best facilities for having our wheat ground at home, thus saving us the trouble of sending our wheat to Sydney, and getting flour in return, thereby incurring a double freight, commission, &c. &c. We are indebted to Mrs. De Mistre for putting up a steam mill at Terrara, which ...

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Shipping Intelligence. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

Ijjipiug SiiMligmre. : ? ' SYDNEY SHIPPING. ? . -h| ARRIVALS. . January 13.— Cressy, barque, 643 tons, Tanner, from Plymouth Sept. 29.— '-'Mf-Ji'S Gladiator, ship, 383 tons, Simrns, from London September 10. — Ann Jane, £ schooner, 78 tons, Jones, from 'VVanganui 31st December.- ., January 13. — Telegraph s., 700 tons, Warner, from Melbourne 11th - r instant. — Shamrock, a., 350 tons, Patersou, from Moreton Bay 10th instant. v | Gipsy, s., JIartin, from the Manning River 11th instant. ? Januury 14.— Mary JUelville, American barque, Lundborg, from San Fran- , . ? , v j cisco October 27, ancl Tiihita, December 13. — Grafton, s., 367 tons, Wiseman, | from Clarence ltiver 13th instant.— Yarra Yurra, s.,.'Bell, from Wide Bay v ? - | 13tli instant. — William Denny, s.s., Mailler.from Auckland 8th instant. j January 15. — M.A.Jones, American brig, 250 tons, Green, from b'eegeo - Islands. - ^ January 16.— Oliver Cromwell, snip, 4/0 tons, Alexander, irom .uonuou October 3. - - ? . . January ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

Dapto Road. d A PUBLIC MEETING of the inhabitants of the district 'will ' J\. bo held at BROWN'S INN, DAPTO, on TUESDAY, - ?JANUARY 22nd, at one o'clock precisely, for the purpose oi ' devising means for repairing the road from Wollongong tc Dapto. William Wairen Jenkins, Esq., Warden, in the Chair. 316 Wesleyan Missionary Society. THE ANNIVERSARY MEETINGS connected with the WOLLONGONG BRANCH of theabove Society, will bt held according to the following order : — KIAMA on MONDAY, the 21st inst, at 2 o'clock. JAMBEROO on TUESDAY, the 22nd inst., at 3 o'clock. DAPTO on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd inst., at half-past 6 o'clock, WOLLONGONG on T HURSD AY, the 24th inst., at half-paBt ( o'clock, H. OSBORN, Esq., M.L.C., in the chair. When addresses will be delivered by the Rev. W. A. Quick lately from England, and tlie llev. J.' Watkin, from New Zea . land, and other Ministers and, friends. After each of the Services, collections in aid of the Society'! Extensive Missions in New Zealand, Friendly ...

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THE ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. Sir — With refence to that partot the letter on the above subject, signed John M'Arthur, Honorary Secretary, which he so obstinately denies ' that those who were asked to sign the requisition, with very few exceptions allowed their names oil condition, that they were not considered pledged to Mr. Thompson.' I can say that by mere accident, having business on the same route, I was in company with Henry Thomas and Jim M'Guire, when they were hunting for names to the requisition, and that most, indeed nearly all of the names, given in my presence were upon the express con dition that they should not be considered pledged to Mr. Thomp son, but, only (as they were assured by Mr. Thomas and Jim M'Guire,) to induce Mr. Thompson to come forward. I likewise can affirm without fear of contradiction that many of the persons whose names are affixed to that requisition are placed there without their knowledge or consent. In co...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

? : Ullatttarra Sistrirt Sirtdlrpct. 1 '? ? . ' KIAMA. . 1 ' ' '* [FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Exports. — Our exports by the Kiama this week wero — 232 kegs 'butter, 113 bags potatoes, 70 bags wheat, 46 bags onions, 10 bags maize, 3 bags vegetables, 10 boxes egg s, 2 boxes cheese, 29 pigs, 6 calves, unci sundries. The Weather and the Crops. — We have now clear, dry weather, of which we expect a continuance for some time. The wheat harvest lias been unusually moist : the frequent and heavy ' -showers we have had saturated not only the stock but also the stacked wheat, and being as they were intermitted with genial blinks of the sun, they caused a great deal of the wheat to sprit. There are but few who have not had less or more of their wheat ? ? -1 ? -.1 J.. J-l.!- nn.mH.tl VimfA 1in/l ?f fnfollv vmnorl crops UUUiagliU 111 UH9 UIIU ocvciui ua»oimu iu i The agriculturistsof this district err greatly in not providing them selves with capacious wheatsheds : structures of this kind are ...

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TO TIM MURPHY, FIRST COUSIN TO MRS. CROWLEY, NEXT DOOR TO PADDY FLINN, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

TO TIM MURPHY, FIRST COUSIN TO MRS. CROWLEY, NEXT DOOR TO PADDY FLINN, SYDNEY. Per favour of The Illawarra Mercury. Tim Avick— Sure you took a rise out or me whin I resaved your letther, for I niver resaved a scrap of paper from anybody since I left lncheegeelah, barring yourself. It's me that's mighty proud to hear that you wor at the Governor's livee ; for all the family of the Murphys was considered mighty decent in our part of the country. But, Tim Avourneen, you may talk of your government ball, and all the granduer you see there, but we can give you -the go by (put that in your pipe, Tim, aud Smoke it) as to exklnaive ness. We had an aristicrocraatical ball here the other night, that took the shine out of ye : ' Alladdin and the Wonderful Lamp' was a fool to it. I came into town myself .with a few Bouniveens, for you persave, Tim, I ain in ' business,' and,- be good luck, who should I meet but Tom Crowley. ' Are you going to see the divarsion ?' says Tom. 'I'm agreeable,' says...

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DAPTO ROAD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

V ? DAPTO ROAD MEETING. -v e call the attention of the residents of the district to the ; ' -meeting, convened 'by the warden, at Mr. Brown's, Dapto, to morrow, to devise means for repairing the road between Wollon 3-onS aud Dapto. We append the requisition and reply thereto. _ , Wollongong, January, 14th, 1856. To the Warden of £he District of Ilhwarra. Sir We, the undersigned, hereby request that you will, at your ^earliest convenience, convene a public meeting of tlie inhabitants --ot'.th® -district, to doviso iueans 'for repairing the road loadintr .from- Wollongong to Dapto. ° (Here follow 36 names.) [reply.] Gentlemen Tt will afford me much pleasure to comply with ? '.vour request to convene a public meeting of the inhabitants of the district, to devise means for repairing the road leading from Wollongong to Dapto; and I hereby convene a public meeting for that purpose at Brown's Inn, Dapto, at one o'clock p.m., on ; Tuesday nest, the 22nd January. /' William Warren Jenkins, W...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. (Before Mr. Fairs.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

Friday, January 18. (Before Mr. Fairs.^ ? ,i Anthony M'Analty was charged by one of the constables with using obscene language in the public streets. The prisoner in .defence said he was drunk at the time and did not know what he was saying. Sentenced to pay a fiue of 20s. or forty-eie&t hours tin the watohhouse.

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THE LATE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE LATE COUNCIL. (j From the Goalburn Chronicle.) The Legislative Council has virtually ceased to exist, arter an active and momentous life of fourteen years. We can well re member the doleful forbodings of the ' old hands' at that period, that it would fail, and the solemn prognostications during the excitement of the first elections that New South Wales was not ripe for Elective Representations. After this fourteen years' test, the evil anticipations of the admirers of the 'old slowcoach' Nominee Council, must be now admitted to have been false prophecies, and it must also be admitted the Constitution of 1843 has, in its short period of life, greatly contributed to the advance of the material welfare of the colony by its commercial legislation, and has laid broader and deeper the foundations of political liberty, and has given an impetus to the progress of Education, which will no doubt in time bo marked by a greater diffusion of the love and pursuit of the higher literature, tha...

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"THE ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT." To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

'THE ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT.' To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury , oir — i nave tiita moment react a letter headed as above, signed 'John M' Arthur, Honorary Secretary,' — in your journal of the 14th instant. I certainly am surprised at the intemperance and audacity which characterises that production, and I am still more surprised at I your admitting such a low vulgar epistle in the columns of your | respectable publication, it would' better suit the style of a drunken virago of the Cow Gate, than the taste of your respectable readers. In order to test the veracity ! ! and the value of Mr, M; Arthur's bold and unblushing statements, it is . only necessary to reply to his challenge — now, u I most distinctly defy them to prove 'that ten of the names on the requisition were those of non-electors.' I have now the requisition and the electoral list before me and for Mr. M'Arthurs satisfaction , I give the following names from the former as non-electors.' — I give eleven names lea...

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THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE COMING ELECTION. ?? ( From the Newcastle Telegraph.) The time is now fast approaching when an opportunity will be afforded to the electors of this colony to express their opinions at the polling booth, and by their decision upon that eventful day the present and future prospects of the colony will be materially influenced either for good or for evil. Upon that day they will be called upon to exercise a right, invested as a trust, imposing the most onerous and solemn obligations arid responsibilities with which a citizen can be invested ; the importance of which cannot be over estimated nor too seriously appreciated by all who calmly reflect upon the magnitude of its consequences and the measure of its value ; and above all are impressed with the desirability of being directed in its exercise by a comprehensive and conscientious rectitude for the fulfilment of those mighty purposes, present and future, for which the institution itself was designed ; for the estab lishment and mai...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

(Original Cnnrcjiontonce. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of gentlemen availing themselves of the opportunity of advo cating their views in this department' of our. journal ; nor can ire under take to insert any communication not having the writer's name *nd address attached thereto— not necessarily for publication, hut as a guarantee of good faith. — Ed.]

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GREAT TURKISH VICTORY AT KARS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

GREAT TURKISH VICTORY AT KARS. ( From Lloyd's London Newspaper.) The following deapatch from the Turkish foreign minister, dated Constantinople, October 13, appeared in our portion of our latest edition last Sunday : — 'An official report of the commander general of Kars, dated Sept. 29, makes known to us the following facts ' ' The Russians have' this day attacked Kars. The action lasted eight hours, and in the course of the contest, which was of the most desperate character, the enemy with all his forceseveral times entered some of Our batteries, but was each time driven back withe onsiderable loss. ? ' ' After displaying* great efforts, the Russians were compelled to give way before the1 cott'rage of our brave spldiers, and to retire completely routed; - - ? ?? ' ' In addition to the dead and wounded carried away during the action, the Russians have left in the. trenches and the environs of the fortress 4,000 dead* 100 prisoners and a gun. ''Our losses consist of 700 to 800 men.;...

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THE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE ENGLISH NEWS. I By the arrival of the Wonga 'VVonga at Sydney, on Thursday morning, we have a few details of the war, the ; teads of which, appear in our first page. I ! ' The Mouiteur contains the following despatches from Admiral Bruat to the Minister of War — ! ? Kinburn, 17th October, 1855. On the 14th October, in the morning, the squadron quitted the | - roads of Odessa, as soon as the violent west winds, which had iin ? peded our operations ever since the 8th October, permitted' of. our ? moving. The same night we anchored off Kinburn. ? ? In the night four French gun-boats, viz., the Tirailleuse, Stridente. Meurtriere. and Mutine. sent by Rear-Admiral Pellion, under the orders of Lieutenant Allemand, of the Cacique, effected a passage through the pass of OtchakofF, and entered t.hfi Mnipupr The following Jay, October 15, at break of day, the troops (lis : enbarked, about 4500 metres to the south of the fortress. In the afternoon the mortar- vessels opened fire : but they ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

SYDNEY MARKETS. ' * ^r ? Saturday Evening, 4M o'Ci.ock. ?':'?? ? s. . £' . s. d. £ s. d. . . . ; -3?lour , ... \ - : 28 0 . 0.. to 28 , 0 0 . . .WJieat; pet bushel' ' ? 0 30 0 .0 10 6 Maize (advancing) ... ' 0 4 0 0 4 3' Oats (Scotch) ... ... ... 0 5 0 0 5 0 Potatoes (declining)- ... - ? ... ? , 0 7 0 0 8 0 Onions, ;(dull) per cwt. ... .. ... 0.8.0 .010 0 tlay, per ton ... ... ... 4 10 0 6 10 0 Bark .. ... : - ... ; ... 3 3 0 4 4 0 Pigs, par lb. (in demand) ... 0 0 8 0 0 9 Calves... . ... ... ... 10 0 15 0 Fowls, per pair... .. _ . ... 0 4 6 0 5 0 Ducks ... ...'^ 0 5 0 0 6 6 Geeso ... ... : ... ? . ... 0 15 0 10 0 U'ui-keys ... ... ... 0 la 0 10 0 Butter, 1st quality, per lb. (dull) 0 13 0 13 Ditto, inferior (unsaleable) ... 0 0 10 0 1 0 Cheese (colonial) ... ... 0 1 0 0 12 Eggs, per dozen ... ? .... 0 ? 1 .9 0 2 0 ; Bacon, per lb. ... .. ... ... . 0 0 9. 0 1 '0 Hams (in domarifl) ' ... ... o 0 11 ' 0 1 1 ? Lard ... ... ... ?' .. .0 0 6 0 0 8 Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands ... 0 10 0 0...

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THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ o'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE SETTLER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. 'Saturday Evening, 4% o'Clock. ', £? s. a. £ s. d. Wheat, per bushel ... ... 0 10 0 to 0 10 6 Maize, (lull ... ... ? ' ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 . . Barley, Cape ... — . ; ?« 0. 3 6 0 3 0 Flour, 1st quality, per ton .. 28 .0 0 28 0 0 Ditto, 2nd, ditto, '' 20 ' 0 0 26:0 0 Bran ... ... . ... ? ... 0 10 0 10 . Hay, oaten, per. ton. , : ... 5 0 0 5 0 0 i Ditto, lucerne, ditto ... .???'. 4 0 0 4 0 0 Straw... ... ... 5 0 0 S 0 0 Potatoo-.,new, per ton~pleritiful... 6 0 0 7 0 0 ? Butter, 1st qual. per lb., . . ? ... Plentifull and dull of sale. Cheese, colonial ... ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Bacon ... ? ... . ... 0 0 8 0 0 9 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 16 0 19 Fowls, per pair ... ? - ... 0 ' 4 0 0 5 0 Ducks ? 0-5 0 0 6 0 Turkeys ... ... . ... 0 16 0 0 16 0 Geese ... ? ... 0 10 '? 0 0 10 0 Pigs ... ... . ... ? Scarce. Calves;., 0 15 ' 0 1 19 0 j . . i ^ , ? 'WILLIAM SPEER, . r;j . ^ Agent, Commercial Wharf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

a' '' MEET r NG~W THE. SHOALHAVEN REGATTA jfx CLUB, held this day, 6tli November, pursuant to notice, ,'.the: following resolutions passed : — ? ? ?y si'.'. That the Regatta come off on the 26th January, 1856. COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT. ; | - , CHAIRMAN. ' ' j ' - ' - Mr. Hu'irli Hulcronr. ? . .... I Mr. Z. Bice, ' ! Mr. H. M'Kenzie, i ? !; Mr. C. Thomas, ''jir, James Graham, ; !, ,'Mr. Duncomb Robenson, V ' . Miv James Davis, ' , ' ' Mr. John Mona'glian, Mr. Wm.Kenriedy, . ; ' Mr. A. Munro, ; / ' ' \ Mr. James Golleij, . . ? j Mr. Alfred Thomas, ' j Mr. James Kennedy, / ! Mr. Alexander Bubhahani ' JUDGE. ' ' James Thomson, Esq., J.P,' , ' HONORARY TREASURER ! - . ? Mr. John M'Arthur. ? FIRST EACE. -Prlzej£25. 2nd boat £5. ; .. ,.,i ^'''iFor all four-oared boats not exceeding1 20 feet;o'n' the keel. SECOND EACE. i ? Prize, £15. 2nd boat £3, For all two -oared boats not exceeding 15 feet on .the ke61. TillllD EACE. Prize £6. 2nd boat £1 Is, , , For .all boats not exceeding 12 feet on t...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA. FOR   JANUARY. KITCHEN GARDEN: Plant brocoli, celery, savoys, cabbages, and cauliflowers.     Sow turnips, cabbage, winter spinach, French beans, turnip, rooted radish.   Transplant leeks. Pull up forward crops of keeping onions. Clear the ground from stalks and leaves of all plants that have done bearing. Water   plants that have lately been put out, and likewise seedbeds, and young seed- ling plants. Gather seeds of all sorts as they ripen. FRUIT GARDEN: Bud fruit trees, roses, and choice shrubs. Keep the vine- yard free from weeds and insects.   FLOWER GARDEN: Keep flower beds and borders in the best order, eradicate   weeds by hoeing or hand weeding, adjust irregularities in flower plants. THE FIELD: Clear maize land, break up ground for wheat, barley, turnips, and potatoes; about the end of the month the tobacco crop will be ready for cutting. The Ill...

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THE ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 January 1856

THE/ELECTION FOR ST. VINCENT. To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury . Sir — Being forced on the arena of public opinion, by a com munication which appeared in your journal of the 14th instant, signed John M' Arthur, Honorary Secretary, in which my name has been made rather freely with by that person — in his futile attempt to brand glaring wholesome facts as untruths, or in that modest gentleman's own tender words, ? as unblushing falsehoods.' I certainly would have hesitated to reply to sj miserable an attempt at.' public letter writing.' If my position as secretary to Mr. Sadlier's Committee, did not make it imperative on me, to ward off so slanderous an attack upon my character. But when I find a writer unscrnpously contradicting broad day facts , then it j iB high time to confront him, relying as I do on that untainted l.thield of trnth — which Mr, John M' Arthur appears in this instance to so recklessly put at defiance. But facfcs sir will speak for themselves when truth light...

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