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MUTTERINGS OF THE COMING STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

:MUTTERINGS :OF THE COMING STORM. (From-the iveso ooel Albion.) Casting a glancie over the state of the world " frdm China. to Peru," as repre sented by Reuter's telegramss, we cannot avdid being imipressed with a feeling of uneasiness as?: to the events which a few nmdttbs, or everi' weeks may bring forth. .Wheother we .look to the east or to the est, the political horizon is dark with hcloids which lniay hold storms of the siost fearful.character ; and the approach of `which cannot be regarded with less anxiety because it is just possible that they may pass over without pouring forth their fury upon our own country. That wea have seen them gather in a manner equally menacing on former occasions, and dislersase without bursting, is a cir cumstaince 'ilhicl rightly considered should .causo them nto be regarded with more, rathier than less, apprehensiveness now.. Of course, nobbdy wishes for war, and it. may be that none of our Conti nental nciglihbours intend war; but ex perience.:h...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

WVEDNESDAY, FEBseAstr 10. Bcieo the day aplointed for the holding of the above Court, his Honor, Judge Cheoke, arrived- by steamer in the, morning, and took his seat about 11 o'clock, .ilh. Tlh'o list of causes for hearing extended tp-ito less than 23, but of these more thiat" half were either withdrasý, settjci oultt'f court, or otherwise remo X21 f,,ol Ilis Honor's jurisdiction. The i'st sisulWt~i (ch detained the Court beyond a fe2s mno5lents, was that numbered 11 on thie ist, bling an action for slander brought'by ANDREW .EEst LuoN V. EDW.tiRD 135 Os. The damages were laid at £200. The parties to the suit, were two lvring neighbors dwelling at Shellharbor, who have lately, to the great profit of the law. ycem, the great :auoyi:ilc ' oF-nmagistrates, and the great disgust of spe Iltors, figured several tinmes in the Courtf'v tttequests and Petty Sessions. T'the plaint set forth that Byron sdid on a certain day appl to the wife of the plaintiffl certain words not flat tering or ag...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

inionths l.past been the 'objcts, though :iot ii equal degrees, of public interest and exo citement, will go. to their' third readiiig ihi .the: Legislativo .Council this day. hese ensures sard the Custoims Duties Bill and tli Newspaper Postage. Bill. .Tlhe conduct of the Council or Upper house in relation 'to the former of these Bills in. particular, and the extent of their legitimate functions, in dealing with measures of its special cha racter, viz., money bills, have been the oc casion for much discussion both in' the Council itself, and tliroughout, the country aind-the Press. Those members .of tihe Council who asserted, as welLas those who denied, the power of. their liody to modify sneli measisieds, soight aliko to discover. precedents' for their suipport in?he history of the proceedings of the :Houseb.of Lords, and a parllel betweenoo its functions -anmd those of the ".Council" in tlnis colony. Th: attelipt could not, in our opinion, be otherwise than uitt?rljr futile. The H...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

On Wedinesdaei :?gf Salioons delivered his ?1 stgri s brfised, on the subject of .ree Trade." "he audience in the,CouriI6fouse was s gooddhione for Kiamnt, whli?hie every partice1 of public spirit scoms asa i'ule, to 'hie alniost departed. Theo chairi .was 'occupied by :S. Chhiles; Es., .TP.,' and the 'leCturce was' attentively listened to, and liihly api?reciated. "'The lecturer dwelt on tile absurdity iiid itijus. tice of liiniting the right to ibsxhange.pro. pdrlt in such a way as as fouilnd to be for the adivantage of the several parties to the exchange ; and of isllicting inconvenience, loss, and vexation' on' the mass of a com munity for the pusrpose of enabling a small minority to produce ailibii L the stimulus of competition, a few articles, which might not, after all, be particularly adapted to the circumstances of the country, and which olher countries could send both bet ter and cheaper. If it were true, as fro quently asserted, that the majority of our population were de...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

. .. ... '? .JUlSDA'T.\ The action betsweea NW. Vaiic.and St; Clarcnceo na oward, which had been post pcoied oil Wednesday, was :brought onuthe Bollowing day. The defence set up was that tho signatures of Robert HIoward and St. Clarence Howard were not genuine. Ir. Salomons appearacditheli pluiintif, nd called \ Williami Irvini, lwho haldDen .agent for pliuitilf in hisi abesoen.ccinl 1, lhhandcd the bill to hini siiliother rissts. a ie stated that lie lhad know l Mrs. lbbcrt Howard sign her husband's iiame forhsiri -when he was ill or otherwise ineaplitated from acting for himself.. .1o recogliisaedthlobill before theq court. Had never heard of any objection 'being made. to. it. 1. l.oward iiad fomerly3 a good many lills. lnocking about--some of them "q'eq j\6onhs. "1i. iHobward and his ^.1isi u "ito~'nito.a good deal alike. a eHow a.tZ 'oe'Qpr ieed;d to his w ife's signature . ., r ' , ' • COatinriie Howard: WatVs btlo widow of the late Itobert Hloward. 1er husband liad it various ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

0 TO'CORRESPONDENTS: c inmdehi regret being compelled to hold over , oir Shoalhlavencorrcsp'cndonc till our L it issue. ilOSTE* 700 iTCESDTii, 00FR03UAOY16 . nS. aUgh, Iltndmnrslh, King, lobab, nd Iteddall.' ItosTER FOR Tur.ElA, 19T MIOr nta-- essrss . Fry, . OChpman, Iarks, Miller, anl Charles.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

On the 16th inst., by special license, by the Rev. Geoge. Charter of Wollongong, at the house obfi Ih brideo's father, the Rlev: Robert Wilon ;,of.feringoug, .to Hannah Isabella ?findi tarsl,. third" daugliter of Michael IiridmIarh, :Esq:, J.P., Gerrin goug.' No?cardsC :

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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PROTECTION IN AMERICA. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

PROTECTION IN AMERICA. (To the'Editor of the Herald.) SIR,-As a great deal hais been said about protection in Atmerica, during the debates in our Legislative Assembly, upon the newsv tariff-and as the friends of the present Ministry cite its exsample in suppoit of their protective system: I will state tbr the bene iit of your readers (having.:lately resided there, and traversed the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific) howv protection actually works in America. In the first place, .do these gentlemen who are in favour of introducing a similar system here, actu ally understand how it succeeds there ? They state that protection has greatly bone fited Aimerica. Now, Mr. Editor, it is exactly the reverse. Protection instead of increasing the prosperity of the :United States, has materially lessened it,. as I will show. When the protective system was fiist established, it was carried by the NoNew England States, New York," ad Pe'nnnsyl vania, in opposition to the whole dbfthe remaini...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dnna of tLho.eck. ,. [ott , 8 iscl Smot', Age. TUESDAY. ......... Feb. 23 ,6 040 40 .15 0 EDNESDAY. . ,, 24 5 47 6039 10 TIIUROSDAY ....... " 5 5:'48 .6 28 170 RLDATURDAY ....... 7 0'5"49 037 1 0'UNDI.k .... ...?.... 0 0 ? 1 030 '02 [ND Y'.......... .?,? 9. 51'50 ?.6 03., 8 1 2 UESD AY, rB FEBRUJL1 Y 23, 1864:.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE LATE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

THE LATE GALE. (From aMitchell's Register.) Seldom has it been our lot to firnish, such a chronicle of nu'ritime disaster as that which appears in our piesent 'impression. The list of casualties embraces almost every locality on the coast of the United King dom, and many points on the adjacent sea board of the Contineiht. The heaviest oc curred onl the Welsh and Cornish coasts. At: HIolyhcad, lortinllaen, Aberystwith, Noewquay, Bude Havren, Fishgnlird, St. Iees, aud the Soilly Islands the violence of the gale surpassed anything which has been experienced for years. The harbours of Fowvey, Penzance, Falmouthl , and Ply mnouth, and even the insecure anrchorage of the Scilly Islands, were crowded withl shipping that were fortunate enough to get into those places before the gale was at its height. As might have been anticipated, the casualties at the SEilly were iuecrous anud severe, and amollngst thcm wse Iare re corded the destruction of iL hlie ship, the Friar Tuck, of Liverpool, frs...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

GARi1DENER'S CAIENDAR. FEBRUART. Fir D.-Sow Cape bkrley, &e., Ac., in Tanunry. Continue to dig and storne yrly potatora -(Sr c.Tnnu ary.) ioanoroo iploughing nc., for wlhost and isny orops. Out houso tobacs O.ther and store cotltn' pods a lteyoripen. Woednandi wtr. trStyAltfl.-b'ojrt ytor .sine-presses, vats, &c. For maud'sgwino, grathr tho wholr erot s witolont do-. hay so that ernnrnttatloamlsytom rnuce rtrsulitnnoittal and not at intervnls. Don'tgngar br when any ruin or moisture is on the branches. Gather whss cnat, reject, decaying berries, don't botizaaltuTfroit. Asoid crush lug hends nnd staiks nhiloaressiing Separtte theotust as soon us conenUint.U CoautsqagDSging grnpRas,,tU in. Jasuarty. C is, Oaso.tuo.-Woor d Ia atd j i s ntc of soil. 'Gtiher peac tas, nlooluosh EInu apple asd pror.-P'rotoct fruit room birds; &c.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

St. Patrick's Dinner, Shoalhaven. T a public meeting held at Shoalhaven, A on tie 20th instant, Dn. Nor..ts, MI.D., in the Chair, it was resolved to commemorate St. Pat rick's Day, by a public dinner, on the 17th of M3arch. Application for tickets must be made to the Committee not later than the 12th of March. COMMIITTEE. Dr. Nolan, M.D. JL. G. Morton, Esq. Mr. William Conolly Thomas Dillon John Stapleton, sen. / Patrick Caffery James M'Guire, 3 ong John Monah .an Thomas WP"ls' Christopher Murray Edward Ryan William Gollon, jun. James M'Guire, Greenhills W. C. Morrison H. Moss, Secretary, McIasr.EL RTAN, Treasurer. U, Tenders reecj a.id. ITEIxDERSSil until Tu'c d clayNte 1st day of March next, for the erectiosieof a ool-l ert Bana rang, Shoalha fbo. I(I W / 'i' lann and Specifitoation maytobe cen at / Rev. WVo, 3MHJrIEL, Nuluba, 1" r. JOID LANV3LLE, M"ountjoy. Mrs. MARIA LANYILLE, BInmarang. Mio~ joy, Feb. 18, 1sG6.. Ironmongery, Carpenters' Tools, Nails &c. ClHAS. MILNE Jss...

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THE MURDER OF AN ENGLISH FISHERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

T'e \lia 0at or E \6 sd Islt Fisanr. i.tN?.--In September last the captain and crew of the French ship ,Jautalina were charged before Sunderland. magistrates with the murder ol'a llartlepool hishermani named IMatthew W\ilkinson, oin the ligh seas. on the Isat oatlthat muonth. W\ilkil1so11 and a boat's crew were engaged in thie herring fishing ofltSeahan wahenl thleir coble was runl down bhv thie F'rench vessel. 'The boat did not sinkL iumiediately, ni111d the .English men ii attempitiig to saves their lives leaped aboarsd the FIrenhntll'l:t, wheit they. were forced hack by the crew, who drove thiut overi the side by thle use of handsplikes andt bludgeons. W?ilkinstIi hatd been s'tilledl by a blow and fell into the sea atd wasis drowned. The other uImen got into English cobles, and so escapelt tlhe saiie thte. A-S tile oltence ,was commnitted on Iboarud a tFrench vessel upon the higth seas the cap tailt and crew were sent to Francee to be tried. The caphtain has just hbeenl sentenced...

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SILK CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

SiLK CULTVlATION. (From the herald.) :SIR,--I notice in the concluding part of your leader of the 5th instant, in re ?ference to the Society of Arts, of London, offering medals and rewards for different Australian productions-aumong the rest, silk-you say " the suitableness of the climate to the mulberry has been abun dantly proved, and the only difficulty is the labour:" Now I beg to deny that sueh a difficulty does exist. You may perhaps recollect a. series of letters, written by 'me while slowly recovering from ta long and serious illness, on the above subject, and which you were good enough to give insertion to in the Herald in the early part of 1861. In those letters I (knowing sometlhing practically of the subject) did my best to draw at 'tention to the desirableness of encourae ing the cultivation of silk as a very pro fitable employment for the wives and childin of: farmers. I then stated thati ;'fimily ioostiiig of 'a married couple and four or five children could every sil...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. IN MEMORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

POETRY. IN M?EIORIIU3M. [PROM THlE LONONDEORRY SETINEL.n 3 The winds of dalnrk Soember lMon o thu olnt toin side, And sr:tter falr tile foam spry , fnrom off the rislin tide. The wild Atlantic surges Keep beotllng evermore, Tostint tile l lngled drift-rweel High on the glittOri:g shoro. The snm sinks frot tile :latry sky, And o'er the Wters treomblingly Tchoes tile ?nce' Ilourllrfl cry, [lieol with tile wnrves' dull roar. lstaers predn down from drlvlg clouds, And the moonlight, cold nnll still, lo 0ll en tIlelniilg ke t?nl washed The sides of thoe misty ill. And as wnitlh nolsebi footsteps Tile hours sopd fast away, The rieless nl saiit I 'human life Ebbed ?i (il eclining day And like thIe shadows deepening Over the sunlit p moin, So slowly piseed a?eyh tile life Thlt n'oe might comne ognin. Alas I It isl fel:rul thing, To watchl the shadow of letll'nt wing or?1k, o'er tihe feetures that we love ; To think of years of loe as panst To tnow this hoir must oe the aInst Wlheo we that l...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 February 1864

SHELLHARBOR. (From our CORRESPONDENT .) MUNICIPAL ELECTION.   DECLARATION OF' THE POLL.       The Returning-officer (Mr. W. James) announced the state of the poll to be as fol- lows :-           E. Graham ........ 29     T. Cosgrove ....... 16 W . Fryer .......... 14   R. Martin .......... 14       R. Wilson .......... 12     J. Thomas ........ 10 He said had it been two of the town candi- dates, who stood the same on the poll, he should be perplexed as to the decision to give. Most fortunately it was not the case, he would like to see the country parts have a fair share of representation, he should there- fore, declare Messrs. Graham, Cosgrove, and Fryer duly elected.     The candidates then severally returned thanks. The greatest amount o...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864

TO TIlE EDITOR lU' TIlE KIIASIA INDEPLENDEINT. SI,--Some two months ago I read ili your highly respectable journal with a good degree of satisitetion that there was some prospect of our,getting a national school erected, sodte seven or eight gentlemen were appointed to go round andt receive subscriptions, now I have not heard of any of those gentlemen going round or making the slightest effort to obtain one shil ling for that purpose. I, as t father and a, resident, am anxions about tthe edulcation of my children, and believe there will never be at good school until we Lhve proper acconunoldation fbr children and teacher. l'erhaps those gentlemen can give a sails fictory reason why they Ihave not acted be tbre this, if so, the sooner they begin the better. A FATHER. Kiama, Feob. 29., 1864..

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864

TO T'iMEDI'TOR O? TIlE KsIAM? Ia'DMISADNENT. S? ?-sa-I- your, issue of the 23rd'iost., is a lett froirn the holi. seeietary of the I.. C., iii? :ply to your sreport of a matcli cosil emiened.bete\-en thue Illnwarra ands Brli taiimia Chiubsii 'the. 2nd instant, which chsrges oe, ~i s ulupire for ,the Btitannii'a teamii, with havins given one. of their muen out' siiifairly ; iiisict jsinlutes tlhat I was in-. compietent. As to the insinuation, I shaill treat it ivith, th ': cooitempt it deserves. Witli regarji to'the charge of ufidiiness, 'I ujll lay beifore you as b'riellyj-as possible, a plain statement of the game,-so far as it had'proceediLd, in whicl I think I shall be able to show that the charge "of iunfairness oin my part is utterly false and unlfounded. The' game commenced by Lahiff ind Morris going to tihe ickets, Gordoni buol iiig ; Brettcll, the Wollongonig.umpire; at the 'bowlei's end.- Upon delivery of the third or f'ourth ball, Morris played to it; it shot olfhis leg on...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864

TO TIIB ODITOII OF' TIIE KIAMA INDEPENiDES'. SI,--I take the liberty, with your per nission, of answering so much of Mr. John Osborne's communication in your last issue, as refers to my own conduct in the cricket match. Mr. Osborne.writes in the fashion of a man who likes to see his pro iuctions in print, and I am afraid mistakes Ihis own sallies of impertinence and flip - pancy for wit. He shows this plainly enough, I think, in his remarks on your as sertion that I was a little too fast (which I freely admit), and he winds up by saying, with the positiveness of one who heard it, that I employed " the choicest phraseology of.Billingsgate." The allusiontoBillingsgate, though I never saw that celebrated fish market, I quite understand; and I say; as Mr. Osborne says of another part of your report, that his assertion is utterly -tntrue. I may. ask him, too, in his own words, " how lie could know this ?" Mr. Osborne has, no doubt, heard some thing abouit glass hliouses and thlrowing sto...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent, And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864

TO THE EDITORii OF THE IA3IA INDEiPENDENT. SI,--On looking over your issue of last: week, I was surprised to find a long and inaccurate notice of our proceedings in tlhe late.match between the 1llawarra Club and ours, by M1r. Osborne, the Secretary of the Illawarra Cricket Club. I really think -Mfr. Osborne is not accustomed to see his literary productions in print, or he would not trouble you with such an impertinent letter as the one referred to. Mr. Osborne, with the rest of the Wollongong players, say they regret that any dispute should have arisen. What hypocrisy! I do not believe it ; my opinion, and the opinion of all there that day is, that the Wollongong players only wanted a point to take hold of, mn order to gaiu the mnatch, it words. They know that it the game had been played out fairly, they wouldt have been beaten. On the other baud, if they were sure of win ning, why did'they not waiho those insig nificaut points. No, not they ! they were afraid-as every disinterested...

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