Cape And Natal News, August 26, 1864

Cape And Natal News

August 26, 1864

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Issue date: Friday, August 26, 1864

Pages available: 23

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Cape And Natal News (Newspaper) - August 26, 1864, London, Middlesex CAPE AND NA of Hje progress of PUBLISHED ON THE ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AND ON THE IBWf OF EACH MONTH In connection with the ENGLISH a Fortnightly Summary for the Outward EXPORT WITHOUT SUPPLEMENT Summary Cape of Good Telegraphic Intelligence Proceedings of Natal Helena Public Companies The Caroline Elizabeth Naval and Military Commercial 263 Leading 848 Military Service in the Colonies 264 The Helena Loan Emigration Trade Report Shipping 266 262 269 LATEST IN From Algoa Natal FBOM July 21 At Capetown 6 15 Algoa Bay 2 6 The mails from London of the 6th of June arrived at Table Bay July Advices from Capetown to the 13th July were received by the screw which put into Ply month on the 22nd IflLfet of PASSENGERS Per Royal Mail Steamer Prom Capetown Rawson Masters fUwson Misses Rawson Miss and Masters Broiinger Misses Brounger Miss Misses Nightingale and Tasker Smitty and three Miss Master Misses Rawstorne Master Esq the the the 99th the and Stoltz and seven children of the Mortiviun Rawsoua Broungers Nightiiigales Smith the Peeta Fianklins servant one sergeant From Agoa and Miss Jeffer Ebden Prom Natal Mr Scott and To per from Table Major and and and two and To per from Table The and To per Cabin Hoffmann and two John Allen and family Spradirow and Second Class and Jacobs and PASSENGERS PerKpyal Mail to sail For the Cape Vattder Bylj Miss Vander and female ser Robert For Algoa Bay For Natal Dickin Master and Currie and infant For Natal The Union Companys Royal Mail steamer Athens arrived at Plymouth yesterday August She left the Cape on the 21 st and brings seventytwo including the the late Colonial Secretary j Colonels Bawstorne and and seven children of the Moravian Rawson returns to England by her to take iip his appointment as Governor of the THE unpleasant rumours circulated about a warlike intention on the part of Kreli have proved to bq without There is every prospect of peace on the PARLIAMENT AND Parliament is still in The whole of the Government taxing Bills have together with a Bill to provide for the formation of a Sinking The late Colonial leayesby this been appointed Governor of the It is said tbafcfclje of is to be the new Colonial WESTERN is every prospect of a good the exlfnt of under cultivation exceeding the average of previous Owing to the Go vernment a large number of working men have to Capetown in search of which qan only be ob tained at a low rate of An intimation free passages to NewZealanclwill shortly be offered by the Government of that colony has induced numbers to determine to emigrate The Bishop of Capetown has returned from he was yery The 2nd battalion of Her Majestys J regimeut ig now stationed in EASTERN Grahamstowa is again a military It the headquarters of the and three hundred of the 96th are now in Port It is on good that V Dean Mee sent out his resignation by last and that the Archdeacon Kitton will shortly return to the colony to fill up the vacancy caused by the A serious accident has jCaptain the Royal He was shooting in the vicinity Of Perks and fell from a k rant fracturing an atid sus taining other serious The locusts continue be some In of Kaf fraria they have cleared every thing before and have obliged the farmers to trek in search of With this the coutiWy seems to be tolerably free from misfortu peacb be jjOntinued tliere is every prospect of i weather has been colder than it has been for r Th6 Legislative Council has been principally pied with into rail way prpj ore A Colonial for a permanent effective force of 800 called forth general The Estimates are likely to pass without both for and against a railway laid before the Public are to be erected in and costing in A contract for a gaol at the latter for has been The Fairlie from Madras llth with 341 Coolies on All in goo4 The weather has been very fine and very Frost has been very general beyond the The revenue for thejBrst quarter of tffis year was in bit todos alone showed an increase of The total revenue the quarter was against and the cx peaditure against BRITISH The terms published by mepfc for the occupation of the Transkeian territory are not considered to be very A member of the Bouse of Assembly called it the tferrrison which the Transkeiaift tevritpry was not to be given It seems doubtful the occupation will be It is said that about thirty appli cations have been sent but that out of the thirty only a small proportion have either the means or the ability to carry out the i p KAFFIRLAND Sir Walter Currie has returned from theKei Everything appears Many of the people whq had left the colony auJ joined their have again Ther natives talk considerably over proceedings iof the and seem not fully to understand the meaning of the late under AiKjersBon and were going out against the Hottentots recover the cattle stolen by themy and to inflict deserved on The two been seized by the Hottentots an4 safe at They purchased their liberty from Jonker by promising him and other They were much neglected an ill used whUq surrounded Rehaboatli for but no actual hostilities took ikWiid was visited by an earthquake on the tathof beuig Jut the fourth of which there is record durjng the two centuries of its known The shock was and no damage was done to Ihe from landed a who states the crew of the American ship foundered off the South African death of overseer in the Colonial Engineer is to ;