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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
UILLADULL1 (o, nuo.n coro sro?i?iE)ONDT,) i Tiusn.Puraco I D.-'osrON lone it esponi dclt. has beian subectecd tp tahiius a ; nigiige, foi seportos" the case .Mrra3 :. ma:,;i u.. Thatiill notdetcrmil ooni ic porting any siixilar 'ase of .i;ubli iinterest; .and the: only retaliation nI shall atternpt Swill be:to repoit, tlhe o idenice of 01som0 parties, given verbti, sinco a mild suin inary maecs th?infriaitic -It is conterded that-ltheparty iiimioulin?ding, and not the pondglkeepoir,flisresionsible for .erroneous' cdescription. Ii may :not be lawyer enough t";o, say whether he is or knotl;, but e'o 1ry. mnanpoaossessing bciittle is: iteirosted in the dcescription being somidthing nearithe manrk -not as"wido a contrast is thi evidence in 'this case shosed;'. :' : ., lia Wakrc aEAcr We have been blessed with' a fine rain, and. thloere is every pros pect of a contintianuc. ;::: STEaM; COiiiUiidCATIONx.-Wao have to put up with' what ?i: can. geot iud tlie .steam powrs thit bo, miiiake us...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
COMEIROIAL ,INTELLIGENCE. KIAmIA STEhA I'FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. £ s. d. Superfino silk-dressed Flour, per ton 18 0 0 Do., per 10U0 lbs ....... .. 01 0 'Wire-dressed, per ton ............ 17 0 0 Do., per 10 lbs ........ . 0 18 ,0. Secodiau, pier tn .......... ..... 10 10 0 Do., per 100 lls ....... ..." O. . 0 - machli-dressed 'taize Flour, do.. 0, .Crushed laize, per bushel ........ 4 Bran and Pollard, ditto .......... 0 2 0 S. ? Wheat and MIaizo purchased for cash,; or taken in exclango for flour, or grist groil-. g J. SHA1RPE & SONS?: Feb. 29, 1864.
BOLONG. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
FIRSIT INNINGS. A. Thorburi, a Bryant ...?0 P. 1 'Liren, o Bryant... 1 G. M?unr, a Byres .. 10 P. O'Neil; oBant .. .. y;O:' A. Munro, b Dw yer ... : 0, J. Ballantyne, b Bryant :.. W. Summerfield, b Dwyer ... 1 L. Collingwood, b Dwyer ...; 1 C. M'Laren, b Bryant ... :0 J. Conroy, b Dwyer .. . 1 C. Summerfield, not out . .1 Total ... ... 15 SECOND INNIlNGS. A. Thorburn, b Bryant ... 2 P. M'Laren, b Bryant ... 0: G. Munro, b Dwyer ... ... 7 P. O'Ncil, run out ... .... 2 A. Munro, b Bryant ... ... 2 J. Ballantyne, run out...' 0 W. Snummerlielld, b Dwyer ... 0 E. Collingwood, not out 0 C. M'-Laren, b Bryant... 1 J. Conroy, b Bryant ... 0 G. Summerfield, b Bryant ... 0 Byes and wides ... ... 5 Total ... ... ... 19 The population of Grcenhills was m interested in a cricket match which t,.kr place between the juvenile clubs of Nowra and Bomnadery, on Saturday, February 27, in Mr. Graham's paddock. With the ex ception of a few cooling showers, which caused spectators and iplayers to take ref...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
SYDNEY MARIIKETS. The Sydney papers of Saturday last e_ port is under:- - . s. dZ A s. Flour, first, per ton .. 17 0 0 to 0..0 0?' 1Do., Seconds, per toll.. 16 0 0 0;.' 0_ :0 SSran per bushel of 20 lb 0 1: 8 ..0 '0 : Biseuit, Cabin, per 1001bs-1' 0 0 ;'.,0 0 0 0 ;TDitto, Navy . ... 01i6 0.I. 0 .?0.0.0 SLread, per l1b loaf . 0. ' :O.- 0 4. O:'0 0 0' ,.}ay,partcwt 0 G?:6 .. ,0i7 SGrass,'---.:.:`,.; . : :% .,_"0: 0,??0 3':6 ?strw .. 0''--' 0 5 0 :Bark, i cr do :.:: 0:0..:00 ' : 4.. Oats per do ''"., 0 6 0"'0 '13,urly, . po ?. ..': : .: .0.'I'6'a`i..i: 5.. 0y, nGreoil tuf'dozen 0. 1 i tf . 0 040' '0 1 0 Micht cows i!:'. ',. . 170:'.0.".,8:0 0-. "Mutton., per do, 0'? :' 0 0 -:3 .'1 .:5 0 0. 30 ' 1'ork prdo' 0 0 ii$o 0 0 O0170 D·ik? per':d " . "0 0. o:.. '',O?):i0~.::. 0i7 .. 0 0 10 . .::s i; ,,,iZlc,; " , }:: ,. 0,'!; :? G .-;' 0"' "7 '( 61''ccil n : 0 5 b .0 8 0i 0tppr' e' 0 2 0 . n.hb 4r p'rc' ' '. '0 , 0 0.1' S :Ie "-. 4i erd~~e . 0 2 0 ..O- 8 o :. i ', i',' ' . O 6 .p -0 Lun.t' 'i ;'...
CAMBEWARRA. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
(FaROM A CO sRQnSPQDcENT.) Another 'cricket match between the youths of. Bolong maid:'Cambewarra, was playedhere on the 20th instant. Each side having won a game, this was the conquer ing ione.: The.mountain. boys played rather better.than formerly, and won an easy vic tory.3"? Messrs. Bico and Thurgate acted as umpires;, giving the lads kindly hints now and Mthen is. to their duties. Both sides seemed much to enjoy the sport. COAM5BEWARA. E . B IRT, INNI.GS . E. Bryaxit, run o?:... .. T. Byrnes, b?M'Laren .. 8 :0.Dwer b Mniro- . ..: . Z. Biceic 'Lsresn ... .... 1 J. Bryalit, b M'Laron...: . 15 W. ?raser, b Munro. 1:. - ' P. Thomiius, b M',Laren .:: 2 :H1: Glanviille, b, Munro ... 3 H M'Grath, run out .,. ":: 1 . Evisoni not oit .:. : .. - , Z.oBipr,,bc - mibro ... ..3. 0 J.sierjan, b Munro ..... ... 1 Bye;:Thomasb' m?i mo.: . , 213 -. :lan"lle,, b. unr 'o ::i 2 3. rBper, run out ? 0. : Bynes band idaren ... 0 D al orb I Mnro.. 5 W Frasor, not out' 22 'ýP?: Thomas, b Munro:im " 2 11...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
l oeaNoi, : mo grown in marlket. o e-:, ii s Od ditto i??l: ? s.Od to 3s Gd per' bushel. A &lt; it.:c - i. to ? , GOdditto i- Gd ditto '-ran-Is d to" s Od ditto Flor- lst, £17 to £0 per torl D.:ittond-£1 to £0 ditto' Hoy; Licrne--£3 10s to £0 0s ditto .Ditto Oatci-£5 to. £7 ditto , Pitatocs-£4 Os to £7 Os ditto \ Onions-10s to 18s 3ilittor,lst=--d.to 1s Dtitto, 2nd-4d to'3d.' 'L-oney--d to Od Bacon--7d to 9d ditto C hosue-sd to Gd ditto ',.Eggs-Is 4d to is Gd per dor. -Fowls-2s Gd to 3s 01 per couple : Dcks-8s Od to 's Gtd per ditto 'Turkiy-Gs to 12s ditto Calves-lO1s to 1s Pies--4d to Od'per lb Hiles-s: to lOs each Tobacco, Colonial, Is Gd" to Is 'id GRAIIHAMI & MTULHOLLAND, Feb. 27, 181C. KIng-street Weast Sydney,
DISTRICT COURT, NOWRA. FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
DISTRICT COURT, NOWIIA Fam ?rTJY 20. (His Honor Judge Cheeke, presiding.) Attorneys present:-M- essrs. Richards, Elyard, and Owen. 1 ichael Hyam v. D. Robertson.--Pro missory note £12. Settled. Michael Hvyam v. J'olhn Summorlield. fBook acount and promis. notes anud orders; claim £29 Gs. 2d. No appenrance for de fendant.' Verdict for plamtifflwith interest at eight per cent. on plromls. notes. ]l. H. ?. lemap v. Con. Leary.-Booli account. Settled. John Rushton 'v. B. Brown.-Claim £17 5s. 10d., goods sold. Settled. James Graham v. 0. Murray, senior. - Claim £29 for rent. Defendant admifted (by letter) his indebtedness, but pleaded his inability to pay. Verdict for plaintiff with costs, 18s. HA. Hyyame v. David Hugheis. - Claim £13 Js. 5d. goods. Mr. ]dlyard, for de fendant, took it preliminary objection by pleading the statute of limitations. This was is case from last court, the summnons not being scrved in time; and on that occasion Hughes adnmitted to owing L4 19s 9d, and M[r. Ric...
RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
* RAILWAY AUCTION DEPOT. Fat Cattle.-Market continues steady at 'quotations-say from £3 to to £8 10s. I sold since last report 201 head (Suttor's at £3 10s, Swhidch is tile maximum priuce forsome thne. Also, 109 head of mixed quality at £2 12s Sd. NFat Sheep.-Market not quite so firm, with "a.doerci'ard tendency, in consequentce of seve iial'lare flockls being close at hand. Prime0 heavy weights are worth from lis 6i. I sold some from eMerimtbula at from 2 s to 12s Gd. Store Sheep.-Several inquiries during the week, and I have no doubt in course of a few days I shall close for several large flocks. Store Cattle.-Nothing to report. Ilorses.--Good conditioned upstanding colts both for light and heavy hariess, are in good *demand. Ililch Cows.-The demand for first-class anilmals continues. 1 offered at my depot yes torday twenty-seven head, the majority of which of which were sold at fair rates (say), from £5 to £10. Produce Sale.--Railway Auction Depot. The market was well sutiliied w...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
iHORlSE MAItRKET. Moesrs. Burt and Co. report Considerable activity in the horse market since last report. Demands have come in for shipmeat to China and Mauritius, in addition to the requirements for New Zcaland. Sales laveo heen well attended with colnpetitors for usetul yosng stock of all cl:.sshs. Numerous country lots have come in, for which4 prices have in all cases been equal to the qit?lity of the stock. Amongat other lots, 6 from Shoal haven, braed by Mr. Dixon, went from £8 to £20 each: 30 from Camden Park stud, Messrs. J. aud W. Mlacerthur, froam 25 to £10 for the halif-brokoe lots, and fog the better brokenll lost. £15 to £30, A carrier's teams of , horses, dray, and harness, £11ii. 10 1ulter River horses, atauaverag1cdt. Also, thel tlhorough Ibreds, I'ilot, 4 yaers, by Pitsford, far 200 •g uineas; Kettledrum. 3 2years, by Walelebon out of Clio, for 150 guinaess; Don Cossack, 7 years, by Cossack, for 150 guineas, and Alder msn,s, ansd Sir Charles, for 31 guineas. ..... ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
4?y THE 'INDEPENDENT" GENERAL,, PRINTING' OFFICE, MART IIT SQUARE, IKIA3A. TlIE PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public of Jamnberoo, Gerringong, Shoal haven, &c., &e., that their Office is replete with every description of the most modern PLAIN AND F,uLTb Typer, BoRrDRS, A-c., Which enables them to execute work in a style equal to anmy other office in the Colony, with the utmost accuracy and despitclh. Plain and Ornamental Printing, in every ariety and style, including Pamphlets Law Forms Catalogues Business Circulars Societies' Rules Labels Reports Posters Billenads iHand Bills. Business Cards Promissory Notes Leases Agreements. iTlhey hope, by moderate charges, neatness and accuracy in the execution of their work, I with ipuctuality in completing orders, to se cure a share of public patronage. e7d In terms of the present postal arrange ments, Printing can be forwarded to any part of the colony at a merely nominal rate of postage. The INDEPENDENT is publislhed vtry Tu...
RETURN OF THE REV. MR. BEECHER TO NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
SRETURN OF' TiE REV.. MI. IBEECIcER TO. NEw 'Yoti:&-Mr. Beecher arrived in Now York on November 10. On the following day he was present at the annual festival of the Sunday-school children of the 'Plymouth Church, and delivered a speech, ini the course of which he said: " My first experience of foreign .traivel was in old England. We can all adopt the words, I think, of Cowper, and none so much as those who have been thero; 'England, with all thy faults, I love thee stil.' (Loud applause.) Nothing was more charming to me on leaving that arid ocean, which some insane persons are pleased to praise-nothing struck me so much as the green fidlds, geen trees, and exquisite lawns and plantations of Eng land. And I wandered up and down through the Midland Counties, passing from east to west, as far as I had leisure and opportunity, with pleasure that knew no abatement, but that grew with the hours. From thence I went into France, by way of Havre .. . . Wlhen at last I struck the sho...
SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
SAmn.TIr SCHOOL ANctiveSAnrtY.- On Sabbath, tile 21st inst., after morning ser non, by the Rev. J. G. Turner, the clil dren of the Crawley Fodrest Wesleyan Sabbath School were examined (according to yearly custom) as to their knowledge of Scriptdre, and of the catechism in usebpy the Wesleyan Schools.' Their answers were highly, satisfitctory, reflecting credit sipontheir tcCl s as well as showini? that t;hiashil?ren appreciated their p'i leges. On the ,sicay followineg, thejAn nual Festival wasahfild, a large number of the parents and friends of the schoars being present. The l irst hottr t1was osecl pied by the children reciting pieces,'the eceond in outdoor play,' the third at the oefreshmenlt tables. Then followed the Sunday School Meeting. The report told! of 31 scholars under instruction by fiv&, teachers; of the library, of 80 volumes' having been increatls by the purchase of st completoe SundaylSclool Library of 76 volumes; and o0 a creditable contribution of 'ths sc...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
MISCELLAUNEOUS. A TABLE-RAPPING STony.-The follow ing extraordinary story is told by a local ournal :-" Dr.-, residing inl the neigh borhood of Bristol, hlid a son educated in his own profession, who received a medical appointmc nt abroad. A few moniths ago the son resolved to return to England, and sailed by a. British vessel bound fbr the port of London. undertaking to give his services as a medical omas in return for his assage. Whien, however, the ship was on leer way home, the young surgeon, after a short illness, died. The captain of the ves sel, on reaching London, comnmunicated with Dr.- , and gave him an account of his son's death, handing hint £;22, which Ie said the latter had at the tinihf his demuise.; ihe also gave Dr.- what h9iated was a copy of the ship's log, in wtclh all the circumstances.were regularly given. Dr.--was so pleased with the calntin's conduct the .he made him a present of it gold pencil-case as a proof of his gratitude tbr kindness to his son.-A few m...
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
SATURDAY, FenHuAex 27. (Jas. Colley, Esq., J.P., on the Bench.) Two cases, postponed on the previous Tuesday, were heard and disposed of. The first was thati of ]OLsM V. 5FATTTIE. The plaintliff, watchmaker; sued for the sum of los. ld. for cleaning and ic ]pariing a watch. Mr. Owon appeared on behalf of the defendant, and called a witness, nMr. Mecw burn, who followed. the same occupation as the plaintiff,; in order to show that the charge was an unreasonable one. His Worship, however, was of opinion that the plaintiff showed a fair claim to the amotut, and gave a verdict accord ingly. J. DODGE i'. 0. WATTS. £7 lus. This case had boon postponed in conse quence of the bailiff having found it iim possible to serve the sumnnmonls so as to allow the defemndant the requisite time to file his plea, as lie was out of the district. The sumnmons had since been served, but the defendant did not a'ppear. Ho, how ever, had addressed a note to the Bench, stating that it was impossible for him t...
TRAVELLING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
TRAVELLING IN AMERICA. (From the Times' Correspondent.) I left New York for Washingtoh a few days ago. f.The. thermometer was at 96 degrees in the shade." I chose the even ing mail in the vain hope of shunning the killing heat of the day. From my hotel to the ferry, and from this again to the Jersey shore, I and my baggage were, of course, at the mercy of hackney coachmen, carmen, and porters. Like every thing else; extortion is free in Asme rica; it'is sullen, insolent, overbearing; it bows to no tariff,.stoops to no fixed charges; it tikes its own time, chooses its own way, deaf to your -remonstrances, unmoved by your hurry; bully or black guard it does not, for it has a quiet con seriousness of its power, and does not con descend to higgle or argue. It bumps your "plunder" on the ground, shatters your "trunks wilfully, as if visiting on cach luckless box that social sin that made some' men owners, and some others mere carri6rs of trunks. The ticket-sellcer the luggage master, all...
INQUEST ON THE BODIES OF WILLIAM WALMSLEY SENR. AND WM. WALMSLEY, JUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 March 1864
INQUEST ON THE BODIES OF WIL LMAR[ WALiMSLEY Ssn:l. AND 0?\I. WALMSTEY, Ju. Colony of New South Wales, Tianla to wit. - Information anl depositions of witnesses, taken on oath before me, Robert Baker Fry, one of the Coroners of our Sovereign Lady the Queen, for the colony of New South Wales, this twenty-fourth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, at the dwelling house of \rilliam "Wahnsley at Mount Salem, in the said colony, on vienw o the body of William Waluisley, .?tli e and there lying dead, upon titb ,4lis of William Grey, John Grey, William Vance, John Far raher, John Hloney, John Marshal, Joseph Smith, Henry ioble, and John Graham, good and lawful men of the dis trict aforesaid, who, having been swrorn and charged to. inquire (on" the part of bur lady the Queebn).when wliere, and by iwhat:mdns, tlie said 'i)o Wahnsley camn tb' hi dealth, do, 1upon their oaths, say, foioti.thio evidence before us, that the decesed ?rim. Wallasluj', son. and WTm..Valmsley...