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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
.SYDNrY1 arLTh.Fir PRICES. *' rai te- ':(!ii a to; 3"s'7d ilitto " Blrlylridtiil---3s?:ril to to ni i?l. "lel. Ditto, Cape-2s f d'to'2s 9d- ditto ' .Otts- I'Oil t So33 id'ditto Brari IstId to Os 0 ditto . Flour -slt,'£17!to £18 per ton D,' Dittd; 2il--1li tol£1;I ditto Hay, Lucerne- :3 Ot to £4 O0 :litto Ditto, Oaton-£4 to £6'ditto '. Potatoes--£3 0 to £4 Os ditto O i ions 3.to 10bs . , ' . . . " Btiittci lt s to ... .Ditto; 2nl-ilet'd to 8d : Hohuy--4d to DBaden-:.71 toll 9ditto Clheeseo-Si o(iltdiitt . - ,.' S g-l: 'g8s- 0(l th-ls:3it.is per : ' Fowl-:-2a.OI0to 2' 6. pl r t col tC "p leo'id: ' : Ducdls- s Ol to 4s 0i per ditto ' S. irli-idy-.Gs td12s ditto SCalves-Es to :lOs '.-. ,. Pis-4dil to Oi b . ' lb' ' ' Hi-des-s'to 10s etncllr t -. :Tobcco Colonial, Is.61 tD tlsd , : ;' : ,0GUtAlM G I I& iUl()LIrAND., " S'.Fobi 6,: 1861. :Ii. lin-trpet i'.\stt Sdieey,
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
SHOALHAVEN. T) (. o .*Pd OU ltCO ll[ESl'ONIENT.) CtOUT'oIE? ( E STS, NOwlIA. .. FEUnIIAIr 2. (Before Messrs, .llyird, Aldeoru, and S .'\ ' '. '-i;'rahaul,' J.. ;'s.) : B]rry v. Wilgfier.--Uliin, £1 ls., beinir frbigllit on 7i bushels of inaiize,.whlii do f'cdaiut lhaid agreed to llip by Mr. Buiry's vessel, and not halviil.n douti so, ti rvosseo[ had to go "without lihr flll oomililcienlt. Vurdiut for plailitilf Witblout costs. S.Jiine?ta v.: ulliihiu-f7' l s. id. wages. DDefendaiinti hd adrvrtiscd in Sydney 'or I blacksmlitli, ihndJiiiiue wont to iSlioulhaven. The t'orge was not litlished wliheii hi arrtid, :iand hi was engiaged oil ani'e t ori l i d.iys,, as lte said, weJsiou.. with aii.l f'ur 'ulllhi,ll, all of wllicil work ltItIllmin wa-is piidl for by tl;i. pliirlies lbr liwhot it was doiine. Iiulhiam, lihoivevr, doinid lihatimg liird tli-plaintill, but tlihtt lit wlas' to iork tlio shop on tlhe halvus. A. very br' nidablu idokinl scut-oil' was put ill, and ruad by tlioe IReistr...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
RAiLVfWAY AUQIION'D?POT. : i.: CoiAr.This marieet ?hr? soim r n morei riaiis sirinss; d thie miobs offired, hlvi re:is A.4 better prices than for onme seeks piast.. I sold 216 hitrs hea sd of esttle-l:llckis irte si'oed ....£8'32. Sr:i;.and s6rvo e£:r'4." I' hiied irio p.sse?di2Sii hrdrl for 'thip'eno t to NWc lZeala.'i FAT WurIrnsIs.--TherU - i..u ripsirrhl toen dency. Goodn flocks are n:orth'Ts. to 18i, SSTore Surlrle-1rlreedigr rl' d yorlnr? ~ .rPS are iin demernd. No Irquririos for stot'e wetlers. IonsEs.s-GoRed nblroken'stock, suitr,hlo for .-drauSght,' are muchI irquired for; rweeds, ais reusl, beIhri r unsaleable. At my sale, a t D glrriss1 Park, tlie live stock sold rremarkally well. rand, considerirng tlh. severl droszhit. the pleuro.pnrermrnia, and thie moInetarydifficlti, crrinsqrllret utepo trthem, tlir prices werer. gr,:l. Cows, £6 5s; term rrf S worrrrrriglrrlrcs, £18; rorsos, froer £5 to £'1!, ke., &c. Proocucir'SrLE. IteruiWAY AuctioN DOro. --Oalves came to a...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
MISCELLANEOUS, TuE T?AY OF PEACE.-Facts and events must cause the North to think of peace. However fierce they may be theoretically, however bloodthirsty at the ballot-box, and however ferociously they may rant upon the stage, yet when their armies have to fly and new armies not to be expected they rwill see the necessity of peace. The con tinuance of the wvar depends, after all, not on the scolds who strut the boards of Con gress, and the contractors who bloat their purses with honiest pirofits, libut on the supply of men who do the fighting. The want of these will stop the war. The grsand invasionis dying. There will be nothing on our part to counteract the disposition to peace which the decaying vigour and pro mise of the war will niicCessarily produce in the lintlds of our enemies. Tue United States have onlv to stop. There is nothing to prevent then; from doing this at any time. Wlatever.those may allirmo who desire to feet d lnditilame the war spirit among them. we but .lsehk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
"INDEPENDENT'' : GENERAL PRINTING OFFICEi, IMARKET SQUARiE, KIAI3. A. ," HIIE PROPRIETORS beg to inform theo L Public of Jamberoo, Gerringong, Slioal haiven, &c., &c., that their Office is replete with every decription of the most modern PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, &e., Whichl enables them to execute work in a style equal to any other offilce in the Colony, with the stmodt accuracy and despatch. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every ariety and style, including Pathphlcts Law Forms COaalogues Business Circulars Soecetics' Rules. Labels Reports . Posters Billlheads IIand Bills Business Cards ' Promisory Notes Leases Agreements. They hope, by moderate clharges, neatness and accuracy in the execeution of their work, with punctuality in completing orders, to sa cure a share of piublic patronage. i i?' In tirms of thle present postil arrange meats Priiting can be forwarded to any part of tihe colony at a merely nomninal rate of Spostage. The INDEPENDENT is pub...
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
SHELLHARBO13O (ul1031 OUl COliRESlPoNj d· Busu Fiauis.-X conideqible - isjtit3 of loiellig tas been destroyi t Ibrysb during tue preseut week. Atiiek at wheat was also i ninun ent da'ger. fi-ts t oi-Li natuely sated, at'er well s.~r he lparties engaged aut its rescute. ? ,s? VilvIsAstl JJdhALt.-A lo li at the Stain aekeLt li~otelo?.i thli ii stant, willth ralther mlore sl it'thsi usnrli chlaracterises tsulh sol?ital ii's. e "i company .l behlhevee u?l in outL "i jicrsons, who idedulgid u he clii the iiusume, danece, and la e. t srhes, Utiaedoliainsin'l, ar i ,wertJ4 up.till liorinllg, U LJ11DIt Lao long-looked tar and" .i.... h-nA"?d rain lis to ailiiaearalle comee at Ii ?O?,,t is now comling downinu rnigh!, ccan . looks like it continnauc. January 2tU.
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
WESLEYAW.-rf?lMs beesn arranged that the Rev. .. G. Turner. thle "Wesleyan minni ster, whose zeidl andi abilities hake, (durin, the nst ree years, been so conspieuously shown and s(o geierally acekno'wledged in this district, is to remndve to Mudgee. .The Rer. T'ios. Angwiin, now loeated in thalt tIwn, will occupy Mtr. Tiurtllr's ,plaee at Kiama. .. M?UNIirrpr, EL.CTIONs -The elecdton of three ilderincn to till the plneus of.those who retire by rotation this month took place on Tuesdayv Inssat t he Council CIhamnlr. Messrs. Jolhn Blatk aInd-lHenr'y Gray were re-elected ftr J'amberoi a'id Gerrin;ong; an 1f Mr. J. Redlorutd was reilctiied fbr Kiaina Wkrd in lieu of IMr. T. '.~'.Fuller. CalcIrri. - Thle natch ' ibetnween the Kiiamn and SlhoIlhale'in iricketers, takes place to-day. 'Tie i: llowiing are the namnes of thie KTinim elievrn :-A. Gordon, W. Miller, J. llownrd, W. Gordon, F. Fredo rioks, T: King,, J. Willinams, P. Wells, T. Kinsg, . Miller. and D. Kin,,g. The wickets will be p...
ALEXANDRE DUMAS AND THE EXECUTIONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
ALEXANDREE . DUMAS AND THE EXECITTIONER. 'in the ,I;di)nde?dto of Naples, M. 'lexandre Dumas ahas -just published,. under the title of Mimoires do Mon sieur do Paris," the :following curious and characteristie narrative :"I 'had :read," says that writer, in imainy inarratiyds of thie death of Louis XVI. that h refftised'l to ascend the, scaffold, ltat:itwaso found. necessary to use force, and that a struggle took pltide between him anid the 'xeci tioner's assistants.: This incident seemed to nm so contrary .to thei nature of the king that I was anxious to ascertain the truth, if possible, and for that. purpose. resolved to apply :to1 Monsieur do Paris: himiself, who was. thesn 'oSnson wh guillotined Louis XVI. hV, l-wa`ionly 12 or 14 years -old at the 'tiTi;'. and, as he was present on the seaff must certaillyj remeniber -all that't~i k, place ons that memorable occasion. ' I toldt hiifiwho I wias, and, after an ex clainati6in of surprise, lh ea:gerly re qibsteEl to know what lie co...
RUSSIAN PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
RUSSIAN 'PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. ('Front tlhe agineer.) The Raussians are preparing for war, and their proeparations are upon the largest scale. They have men and money enough for any contest; they lack only the more effective agencies of mnodern warfare. These they will not long be without. The nEm perolr of the Trenh, reviving the idea of Archlytus andl Archlimedes, applicd iron plates, a few years ago, to floating batteries, and atfterwaris to La Gloric. We sidopted this mode of protecting war ships, and the Rulssians are inow rapidly availing them selves of it. The Czar, as an iiltelligent despot, understands the importance of working out every practicable idea for offence or defence to its ultimate results. He cares little or notling for precedenlt, andhe is untriommelledby red tape. When le has once decided upon hii course he stopsat nothinig. At present deternmiihced not td 'be o?ltadone by the western nations; lie is creatipg' 'flceet of iri6ncladls of most formidable oharactc...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
SG ARDENER'S CALENDIAR. na?tliy.u . Cm aa ta .lcoaaI utdin .au1 p ut or-aa of a' '?cL.-nO t nnpt b;try, "ht ., ,a? w.,l an n any? n )Illllllue to llit~lnld 7lnre early Il.toa. -,(dee . lu: try.) (rS)nllClue~itee:,pllduihlu? t;,, ir wh#;.?::ti~ld hlt;y orop.. ('tat 110¢ ?tob:acao. .(:tnthnr fil, storea cottao po~ln asntheynl'cn'tt'dnal ann wter. VX'a'aannt'nrp.nre your nlue-pnnn'n wnts,, '&c. tar inakhaa' adlhe,, g4atlaUar taie whole Caop, ntlhOlit al' lity nn thlatfn rar.tntaion aan'y coatananaa. anaaltnnaatatanatly nhal notnlt |ntcc'inis. I)otn'lrttier hnlt"ahnriy i or loulturo it oll thea br.natla. O~ttha'' arith ern,:reajat, ILac ylaaberriaaleadnll't braize tila rult. Avoid crulh Int tala:ult n tll .lltli?s Whtla laraaaslnp. +tepnaltt tilel llrt,' 't 1 o nnat at l rotaL CnaaauL a'aotatIaB lia nyaln apaa, at nIt Jtan n'r3 tAnnarsnn.-- Ved rea d atlooet ataahiee OF sell. 'thtertat pnaa',hsl, auaaltrlutaaa jlltlata, tpples nall latr--LarotucLt t'allttfarnta tal, & -'...
PERISHING IN THE BUSH. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
PEIISIKNG IN TIK BUSH.' (To the Editoreof the Herald.) SIn,-In hopes that the following simple directions may prevent: such catastrophes for the future, I respectfully request a space in your widely-circulated columnns for their dissemination, and remsai,-Your obedient servant, ACCORI. VWhen you find you are lost, light a fire directly, and recollect tlhat at least in New South Wiales you cannot be many miles from a habitation. RIecollect also that you have no wild beasts to encounter, and, above all things, recollect that those who have died in the bush, have, in nearly every case that has conime to our knowledge, died by trayolling in a circle. Men h'f", been known to travel upwards of two . dred miles, brid ydt find themselves wit ' few miles of the starting-point. Hence the ne edssity. for fires. Light another within visual:distance, and. the third will enable you to' keop a straight line. In a short time such fires would come to be recognised as those madb by apersonlost in the...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
CRI( . K T. Oatt readera are aware that ia cricket match was to hardceome oil' on Wi i-rsday list between thli V Wlollongong ai IU;lnnla Clubs. Accordingly; -, .-little before midday th a teams respectively reprbseniting those clubs met in a.pad.lock forming part oftlie estaitelinown as Johnson's imeadows, at: a distance (across the enclosure). of "about half a mile from Mr. 1Beatson's Ho tel. Tlih Kiama men having won the toss sent their opponentr to the wickets, and then, havlin occupied 'the flld and given three preliminary, cheers, the game commenced with ani over froni Gor don off lwhich one -bye was scored, while one of thelWollongong plhiycrs, Morris was extiuguished for 0, being caught by J. Hownard at point. F. Fredericks then tri.l, his round-arm 'bowling, and in this orer four notches wore -scored, Kelly aind LaIhifl'b iln, at the wickets. Oi Gordon's. resuining the bowling, his delivery was ob jected to on tllh'preteince that it was a jerk. This caused a dispute which, w...
THE PURSUIT OF ART UNDER DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
TarrB PUSUlT or AO i UNDsEc DrrFIeCUL rTi?s -lI 1843 'her. wii a s'iill cshp herd 'boy wiho kep or Oratlihr neglected. to keep, his flock l "i;thiedepar'tmenf' c.of La Drbmo. Sheee'sttay'cd'and: could: no be found, owes te?ll ove e'tpceipiccs, lambs died of neglect, atiird ns Iwet astray, till the master ooe day cosaing soiddenly on the hill, discold red the youiii shepiherd diraw ing frotm iiaturo." Not bcing a friend ofart, he discharged his faithless:shepherd on the spot,. ' lAaithless shdoflelrd had spent his wagess'oi piii ils and paper, and sketched lll and everlybo'dy in Ins oeighbourhood. But luck' wis nkaiiksahiin he :.was utif4rtu nato in his conscriptiiou,', drev "INo. 5," and had to join the dept; but' lib vwas. not dclbated, On his way t 'otl'.e depot, he threw himseilf doarn iditiidrthc heels of a heavy "roulag I' waggon, ,Wift the delibe rate intoiti of ' mialingering'" by maiming his foot. Instead of his foot he smaslhei his head, and'had a fever. However, the fever ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
,e h:lad occasion in our l??t isslue to e:iplanh, for tihe fiftieth tinme, of the "difficulty of arousino g the sluw mitnds of ia ruil populshtion to a sense of tile im portanee of pubilc miorvements in which thdy are or oiugit t.lbhe coicerned." W, are a:ware tlhat there is a vulear and tru culent disposition frequently displhyed )by those swho profess to have a " turn fr politics," anl who ii?ake political discus sions the means ,,f gratifying a couib:ative dispositionl, and exhlibitig very frey - qucntly a mnere pretence of Inowlcledge with a stern reality of ignorlance. It is not surprising for this and other reasons, that many persons of quiet dispositions and'some degree of mental culture should be: generally unwilling to open their nmouths on politiceal affairs, when they are aware of the risk of drawing on them selves the vwluble a.nd obtrusive eloquetice of some selt'admiiring interlocutor. But it is humiliating to observe tile undis guised ignorance and indifference which ...
ALMANAC FOR 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
ALM.ANAC FOR 1864. Containin. tihe Days of the Month, tihe Risiu, anl Setting of tihe Sun, and Changes of the M[oon. - Mosdus, &e . JAN UARY............... . 2 lst, 8. r. 5 nsi. p. ,1 sets 4 n h 8 9 .10 m. ?7.?,l5th, b.r. 1t L3 3253134t 8! ,n. p.'?mb0,,u p.'171 [t'92?)21": N. 5.9th, F. 5! 4th. 2I 5 2U27 282I 30 FEBRUARY .. ....I. I... 1 3. 3 4i lst, S. r. 2,- m. p. 5,sets , ) tI 1 13 2 m. p. 7. 15th, S. r. to1 Ih171 to t i 38 mn. p. 5, s. 5 m. p.. 122 242 i N. M. 8th. F.. . 23Lrd. 28 . '. MAROK ................. s: :1 23 5 1st,S. r. orn. p~.5, sets . 7 8 9 tt LI Si. m. p. 3 ..15th, S.:r. IS 1519!71 3 un. 5, sets 150 m.3. .3 2023222323 N. II, 8thl, F. ,1. 23rd. 97 2: 30 33... APRIL..::........ ....... .... :1st, S. r. 16 min. p. , sets :3 4 5 ( I 7 52 ,m. p. 5. 15th, S. r. 101 12 13 1 tI b t .27 n. p., sets 3 In.p. 5. 718 1920 L91231 3 N. If. th;,. F. . 12nd. 2425 27 13 . MAY.? .............1 345 17 1st, S.:r. . p. 6, sots s .9tlt2311 15 1 15th, S.r. t1 l t7 38 3l 4t9 s 3 m. ...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
HORSE MARIKET. Mr. COhanrlesoMartin roports-? Notwithatandlin tlhat atto:tion has beonl drawn in recent reports to th gl;ltted state of the Sydaluoy mark?et. and thh proeseel in it of an iunusalrl ly excesivo proportion of light and inforior stock, fresh draulhts arIe arriving -more fiequentlv-tlan ever Ill conscquence of the ansettled state of the market, anl gonae r.l inferiority of tihe stock, it is useless mak in. qootltinns. A few moderate sized draftr of really-first clhss horses will alone be likely to realise relnunorativce prics for sonan two or three weeks,
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 February 1864
ENQUrE.?.-- Il our fxlst. B?ther t0oo ,ihte fir this issue. : SilELsliARBOR. COrei SPOD1n?CE - Again too late tor oaur presat issa." S. T;, BOLooo --Ouiht to be awsare thlht it eis not the liracti'e of the aoii?aetors of I-newspapers : to .impose po on tlrhem-' selresC the trouble anil expenseJ of rettinialg r?'ejected coeiieuaaicatioins . If :S. '. Ilid intimsted his intentio" td send for hilo lS8, it ilight lutre been u'it aid fbr him. 'S. -T.'s friiends would probably not .think it "'advi sible" foir himn to publish his " deftence" in iany otht r ip ier. Of tlwilt is S. '1'. naciutsedl S. T.,' we are afelinid, isaoily enldeav'oriib to 'imite .himsilf" ridi Sculous by i not allowig thile miatteri to be its speedily fro~oten as possible. Tlrli Score of the lBoilog' and Broughlton. Oere k.Cricket '. ti t olshoulld havbi beIen niconmpanied by some notice of' tinis', -': place,~aint l iircumstanctie. Tire is little uo i printiieng a bare score.