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REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
REGISTRATION OF BLRTBS, DE&TLL3 ASD MARRIAGES. BIRTBS axd DEATHS -Parents or occupiers of houses in w hsch bir'hs have taken place cr ?a«h? I^ve ccL-urred, the coroner or distiict constable, in eases r.f bodies found, arc required " ngi&ttr (£>e «. f ohavgt) births within 42 d*$s, di «tbs wrhin 10 dajs' ture of oc^urm-e^, under a penalty not excetCiog £10, acd of £50 m case ff refusal to comply whe t ca'lid upon by the oittnet registrar. The minister or ppsson rffi taring who shall fee r».qui-*d io bury .r to perfoun any religious service for the burial of a dead body, eha;l be furniel el with a cer-ifi^ate from a cii«t ict registrar that such a* been da^y ngintered. Should such rert fi cate not b« produced beiore or at. the tine of burial, notice is be given forthwith to the di-tricfc rt g^trar by any person wlio e»ha l die pose of a body by burial. Parents, guardian?, or pers ns cognzant of a bsrth or death inay register (a hi»th after 42 &lt;iaye, a dea...
THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
THE DOG- ACT. The Dog Act. of the eession of 1867 provides that all dogs skal! be registered, if three month* old, every jeer, under a penalty of £1, or no more than £6. If registration be effected be tween let July and 31st December in any y-ar, dog dee deed to be registered until 1st July of year Kfxfc ensuing; if effected between 1st January arid 30ili June, then dog deemed to be registered until let July in the year then next eneuirg. Description of dog to be given. Penalty for fal?e description, £2 to £5. Fee for certificate or receipt on rrg:sr ration, 5s. Proof of registration l^a with keeper of dog. Copy of afcreeaid certificate may be obtained on payment of le. Liets to be exhibited Hi Registrar's office. Dogs registered to liavt collars round neck, with number of disirict. name of owner, end number of register marked thereon : penalty. 5s to 40s. Dogs at large not registered or without collar may be eeized and killed, which constables and rangers ate specially ordered to d...
THE STUBBLE BURNING AND BUSH FIRE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
THE STUBBLE BURNING AlW BCJSH FIRE ACT. This Act was passed in the session of 1864 for the purpose cf retraining ihe negligent or wilful destruction cf property ly fire. It pro vides that ai y wilfully or negl'gmtly destroying, irj ;ring, or erdangtring property by setting on fire &lt;^r burning timber, ^ram, straw, stubble, hay, era*?, or other ps educe or material growl;, g, ijiv,", or fce'-ng in sry ^luce j wi at ever, shall, on coi V'ction, f'frit a | enelty ! not le.-s than £3 nor exceeding £"10. Holders of annual depes'urage licences to jlitp cue daj*® notice of intention to burn ecru?', &&lt;*., within hundreds to Crown Lsnds Eargev. Eo fir© shall be lighted ft r burning stubble, &e., be* txeen let Noven.ber and 15*k Api', unless between 6 and 30 o'clock in ti e tfemron. [ Delict Councils have power to titer the hours I - f burning in their districts by notice in the jl' Government G;Ztttr,:' and fcj fixing fame on door on District Council Offi...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
LATEST 2ELEGBAMS. (rHCM oun GYTir COUBISPOKEEKT. Adelaide i in; re day cvttirjr. The Prince laid Use icv;ndstion-&toi e of rbe Sailors Home at the Port this lccrnirg. Tlure a very large attendance. Bis Exce'.krsoy the Gcverr:crs Col. Ham ley, the Ministry, and others were present * in the a%rncon his Bejel JJ'ghBess and officers bad a ma? eh with the Harcley Gun Ciuk Tiiere is to be a ballat GrcveniiueiiL House to night. A large number of people visited the Galatea ro-day. _ ' To-morrow is to be cbserred as a public holiday, which is the day of the jaeee. Wheat-From 4s 7d to 4i ?d at vlie Pert; Xowjj; frcm '4k 5d i'6 4s 6d. S Fkur- TotsCj ficin i ll fo £12 10i.
BY-LAWS OF CORPORATION OF GLARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
BY-LAWS OF CORPORATION OF GLARE. We publish, the following' by-1 iws of the Corporation of Clare, which were confirmed by liis Excellency tlie Oincer Administering tlie Government, Feb. 10, 1889. and published in the Go vernment Gazette of last week: WHEREAS it is expedient to provide by laws for operation within the Town ofCiare, in the Province of South Australia-Be it therefore ordered and directed, pursuant to the Municipal Corporations Act, 1881, by the Council of the said . Town, that the following* bv-laws . /. . l *' shall be by-Iawsof the said Town. 1 BY-LAW NO. 1.-Standing* Orders for regulating the proceedings of the Council of the Town of Clare. 1 1. The business of the Council shall be conducted on all ordinary occasions with open doors, but any three mem- 1 bers present may require the exclusion ? of strangers until it shall have been 3 decided by the Council whether the ] question proposed to be introduced , shall be discussed with open doors. ] 2. The Council commenc...
ADELAIDE. ARRIVAL OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, AND SIR JAMES FERGUSSON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
ADELAIDE. &EKIVAL OF THE DUKE-'OF.EDIN BURGH, AED SIR, JAMES Fi£S . GUSS03S. (FE03I OUB OWN COSEESPOXPEyT id 1 he chief topic of conversation m tke me | tropolis now is that imlocked-for event the arrival cf fi.H.H. the Diike cf xdinburg, on his second visit to the Australian Coloii-.e, : shuufcaneonaiy with the arrival cf ihe English mail Vxith oar new Governor and Ls lady, Sir Ja(i=es end Lidj Edith Fcrgusscn. The Go vernor and suite, ss «e learnt by the last mail, had 'Waited to usve gone on to Melbourne ii-siead of coming- by she branch steemci' to Adelaide, but cn bearing on arriving at Euig t^ecr-G b ioound that the Galatea was then a; Western Australia, and might shortly he cx pSi tird to reaen Adelaide, his JUsctljencj de terraiued to come at once to Addeide, which he reached a few hours after the -Prince had lsnscd. Ihe Galatea arrived at "Weffcern Australia on the 3rd February, and received t beany and enthusiastic rocrption, the loyal pvcpl.! tbere fully determini...
LATESE CALLE TELEGRAMS. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
LATESS' CALLE TELEGRAMS. I jLaadon. January 1". I Latest telegrams from Spain state that Ca fcaliero iias issued a proclamation declaring a state of seige. At Malaga, where the revolt has occurred, 7C0 armed insurgent are fortifying and pre paring for resistance. The annual Budget has appearrcf. The revenue of last Tear was £71i860.G77 sterling. A decrease of £644,000 is shown ia the Cus toms, £tac.pj, snd Post-olBce receipts, £3.000 in property, £671>1G1 miscellaneous reeelpis. London, January 2. ^ Advices from Spain states that Caballero has >defeated the iueurgents fit Malaga ani restored order. Fr ceeairgs ere TO be taken cgainst Messrs. Overend, Gurnir, acd Co. Captain Labaiajondier has been appointed interim succefeo to Sir Itier a* d Majne, Cliitf Commissioner of ihe Loudon Po'iee. The Subiiu e Porte lias nctivccUn irivitatiou to the Conference. IT tact Pacha will probably he the representative. Ads ices from Pavis state that j^sco'ecn in hjs epeech Et the Tuilleries in...
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. February 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
AUBURN. ROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. February 18, 1869. Tiie iveather for the past few days lias been intensely hot-in fact, it seems as if the warm weather was coming- at the end of the summer O . don'-tless it is felt more after the cold rains of last week. Wheat is coming in freely now, and through there being* five huyers liers prices fluctuate considerably. Ycster-. day 4s wos the rule, then it dropped to 8s lOd, and to-day it is 8s 8d. Doubtless the farmers would do well to watch the market, as it is considered directly the ships now on the berth are loaded prices will decline. Great satisfaction is felt here at the idea of your having* a paper established in our locality; it is what has been long' required, and doubtless, If equal to its price, will gain a large share of patronage, as Adelaide papers fail to be a direct medium from business men in the district to their customers and the public at large. It is a great wonder such a project had not before been put on foot. Tli9 c...
TIME-TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FOR 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
TIME-TABLE OF THE ARS1Y*L AM> DEPlETU&fc OF 1BE EKGLISii MAIL FOR 1869. OCTWAUD HOT3TK. Li'av s L ndorc via Mar-seitiee.* Arrives at .Adelaide. 29 26 26 23 2L 15 16 ]3 10 8 5 3 31 Ala ch April May Jane Ju'y August August S ptember O iober November December , 1870. J anuary February 16 13 XL 8 6 3 31 28 26 23 21 18 15 HOM.EW.Al;D ROUTE. Arrives in London via Marst iH^s. Sou»ha»nr»i"&lt;n. Jinuaiv February ... March April May June July August September ... October November ... December ... Decfmber ... Leaves Adelaide. D,c. ... 9 1869. J^n. ... 6 Feb. ... 3 March ... 3 March ... 31 Apiil ... 26 JVfay ... 24 June ... 21 July ... 19 Aug. ... 16 Sep. ... 13 Oct. ... 13 Nov. ... 10 1869, Jan. ... 24 Ftb. ... 21 March ... 21 Atnil ... 18 May ... 16 J«!iie ... 13 July ... 31 Aug. ... 8 Sep. ... 5 Oct. ... 3 Oc*". ... 3i Xor. ... 28 Iho. ... 26 lc69. J;)TJ. ... 30 Feb. ... 27 March ... 27 April ... 24 iVlMy ... 22 Jur;e ... 19 July ... 17 Aug. ... 14 SfD. ... 11 Qi't. ... ...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (From the Adelaide Papers) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (From ihe Adelaide Papers ) The English mail anived in AcMalde on the 15tb i: st. The foj]o«ir:g are the pi ndp&l items cf inieilig&lt;iiee : SPECIAL "BEGiSiER" TELEGEAMS. London^ January 20* Wheat 56s to 57?. Copper (Walla'Co) £87 to £88 pronip*". The jrieeis advancing; - Arrived-Alchjnus*. ? " Londcr, Jarnsry .24. . The Pavis Conference secures pence between Turkey and Greece'; The Etrperor's go dress to the French ChiiGjbfts i* pacific and resisuiing. - --TiM5^Amefica.i ConrcniiojCLOIL, A labama &lt;-lau»s hae deen signed and .smbmitud -to tiro Senate. P ir ce Ajradens is a profeab.e candidate fo? ibe Spanish cio^n. The Ritualists threaten secession from the CliurcK Dr. Harper has bften eppcinted Bltlicp cf New Zealand,. ~ * " " ~ Copper is aovarelng; Eurrs, 3.83 10 Tha Union Bank dividend is 15 p'refu*". "" Victorian debentures stand at£111. Svdnev st £93. Arrivals-Erk-li' Shutnavc-r, Macdufeiy Sa nardishire, Eosciu.-ko.
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. ISLAND RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
POST OFFICE B4pU LAI IONS. - ISLAND RATES. letters posted for de!»very within 11 e provncei-NotfXceedirg^f an runep, 2d; ex eedi»:g half an ounce, bu- nof exre di? g m«i cur.ce, 4d; exceeding one ounce, but net ex ceeding one and a haf oim. e^, 61; exreedinj; one and a haif ounce*, but not exceeding t w&lt; ounces, 81; and so on, increasing 2d for cue additional half-ounce or fiaeton of half-ounce Parcels containing no le'fcr nor epis'oW* communicBtion or intelligenceNot exceeding four ounce?, 2d; exce d ng four otn?s, but not exceeding five ounce.% 3 J ; excecd;? g five ounce?, but aot exceeding elx ounce?, 4d ; ex ceeding sir ounces, but not exceeding seven ounces, 5d; and bo on, increasing Id for even additional oauce or fraction of an ounce. Inland letters or parcels posted unpaid, charged double the above rates. All packets to pass at the parcel rate must be unenclosed, or enclosed in covers open a&lt; tbe sides or end?; or otherwise the sender must subscribp, w...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
LATEST COMMERCIAL. Consuls, ninetj-: wo said oue-fom th, Cenk discern.t ur>all«ed» Capital aburdgipfe Australian Securities,-3 lie s'-erlset for most colon'al securities baa fce a rather dull. South Autfr'siian Sis Per Cents. 1878-92, 1C7 to 110; 1893 88,109 to 111. ...WocLsd&ales biitk. .. Kumerous attendance of horse and foreign haver?. Advance of ld.cn goo'' A\j*traltBT>. " - K j Copper.-Four hundred tons of Australian field zt £80 in £Si. iLxtcnsive CeitandTor all dtBcrptiouf. Wheat in good demand with upward tendency irt piiee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
? L ABE STE AM FLOUh' A3TD CffAFF MILLS, CHARLES JKI&BEB Feopeietoe. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Batee FOR C &lt;11311. . Fiour, Br^n, Pollen?, ChsfT, and Crushed Corn alweys for tale. G ist Wort promptly done, and Corn Crushed. J. H ARB E B Near Town Hal', Clare, CABINET MAKER, &o> «T, H. b^ps to tender his thanis to the public for the liberal euwport he has diiherto received duti-g his »«s^derca in C are, arid hopes, by cv&lt;7y attenti n to his business, he will continue to receive a fkir share of the public" patronage A good efoct of furciture cf every 3escwpt:on always on har>d« IRON BEDSTEADS & MATRESSES. Funerals attended on the shortest notice. C iarge moderate. J. HARDEE, g O L O M O N WILLIAMS,] SISSMlrH, IRONMONGER, GALVANIZED IRON & ZINC WORKER, J Opposite the National Batik Clare. Ordera promptly attended to. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. I?u.!iips supplied, Guttering laid, spouting end Piping Oxed ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
IU ^ St FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1869. TO-DAY we issue tlie first number of tlie Northern Argus, and naturally, in introducing* ourselves, the people of Clare and tlie surrounding districts, C 7 upon whom we shall have to depend chiefly for support in our undertakings to us for a little information as to the^Sy^ct of this journal. We will endeavor Bo state our design in starting1 a paper orNJie character which this is intended to be)^ndwe hope our anticipated patrons mayNaot be disap pointed with our explanation. It is a matter for surprise that^a^wn of the size and importance-^ Clare, which is gTOwms^aHjy^nd must become in the of a few years the populous centre of a large and fiourishing dis trict, has existed up to the present without sufficient enterprise being* found to start a local paper. Probably it is because the importance and capa-' bilities of the district have been very much underrated, and have not been thought" sufiieient to justify such a speculative undertaking*. We, how...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 February 1869
THE MA PRE LP. ADELAIDE. "Wheat, from 4« 5d to 4- 61 Flour, from £11 to £12 103 CLAEE. Wheat 3s 6d to 3s 8d: large oarctls, 3s 9d Flour, £10 per ton cf 2000 Iba Bran, 10:1 ver bushel Pollard, le per bushel Chafl£ £2 5s per Ton (&lt;i 2000 lbs Bread, 7 i per 41b lo&f Flour, 2d pea lb. ATJBUHi>\ Wbeaf,~3? 8 i
THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869
THE DOG ACT. The Dog Act of the teesion of 1867 provides 'hat all dogs eViall be registered, if three months old, every jesr, under a penalty of £1, or no* Tiore ib»n £6. If registration be effected be tween 1st July and 31st December in any y &lt; ar, dog dee/red to be registered until 1st July of xear next ensuingif eflVctcd between let J -nusry arid 301 h June, then dog deeded to be ieg^Ur»d until 1st July in the year then next ensuing. Description of deg to be given, i eralty for fsL-e de.'Ciiption, £2 to £5. Fee for certificate or receipt on registration, 5s. Proof of registration Ilea with keeper of dog. Copy of aforesaid certificate may be obtained on payment of 1?. Lists to be exhibited in Registrar's office. Dogs registered to have collars round neck, with number of district, i ame of owner, and number of register marked thereon 5 penalty, 5s to 40a. Dogs at large not >egi*tered or without collar may be seized and killed, which constables and rangers are speciall...
TIME-TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEP[?] OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FOR 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869
N V-E-TABLE OP THE ABHIYAL AT^D DEPLIILURIK OF THE EEGLLSII MAIL FOR 1869. OCTWAl'D KOUTfi. L-tv s L n:io« via Ma- t-eiilr-f.* Arrives at Adelaide. 29 26 26 23 21 15 16 13 10 8 5 3 31 ASftich . .. April May Jane Ju'y August August S pteoiber .. &lt; I 1ober Novrmber December 1870. January February . 16 13 11 8 6 3 31 28 26 23 21 18 15 HOMhWAliL ROUTE. Arrives in London via J miaiy ... February ... March April Mny Jnne July August S'p'eniber ... Oet&lt; b,jr > ovember ... December ... mbpr ... Leaves Adelaide. D.c. ... 9 1869. Jati, ... 6 Feb. ... 3 M*m*b ... 3 H*rch ... 31 Apiil ... 26 May ... 24 June ... 21 July ... 19 Aug. ... 16 Sfp. ... 13 Oct. ... 13 Ntv. ... 10 Marstilks, 1869. Jan. ... 24 Frb. ... 21 March ... 21 Auiil ... 38 May ... 36 June ... 13 July ... 11 Aug. ... 8 Sep. ... 5 Oct. ... 3 Oct. ... 31 N'-v.. ... 28 Dec. ... 26 Southampton. 1&69. Jan. ... 30 Feb. ... 27 March ... 27 April ... 24 May ... 22 June ... iy July ... 17 Aug. ... 14 Sep. ...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. vierotm. j A digger who lias just returned from Natal desires to warn miners from leaving the colony for those African fields. He says his own experienoe was unfavorable. He had seen Mr.. Black, the leader of one of the pros pecting parties, AVIio said he should not return to the digging's on any account. He and a party of 13 men had been there for six months, and only got one half-ounce of gold. He had fever twice, and was glad to get Lack alive within the settlements. Stories were told in J\7 atal of washdirt being stacked, but that was unlikely, as the rainy season was then on. He encloses ail extract from the Natal Mercury, which writes unfavorably, saying: " Writing now in the middle of De cern} er, and many months after the news of tbe i dazzling' richness of the Tat-in gold fields first reached Natal from the interior, we have to say that as yet gold has not been obtained in quantities sufficient to pay for the labor expended. It has been dug at the Tatin,...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (From the [?]) VIC [?]A. Melbourne, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869
I In TEE COLO jSt IA L TELEGRAMS. om iu-* * . t i.ri » ViC i'liiA. Melbourne, Pel runry 19. The Trusses of the Exhibition Hall have granted the use of the building*! tor the Prince's ball. Mr. Sladen was banqueted on Wed nesday niglit at Geeiong. Bishop Perry was present. The leading volunteer officers intend protesting* against reductions in the force. Smallpox at Greensborough is sub siding. The Government intend forming* a department of agriculture. Mr. Montgomery lias returned to town, and is likely to appear at the Royal during the irrince's visit* Mr. Moore, the Government Store keeper's chief clerk, died suddenly to day. ihere are GOO applications for the secretaryship to the iion. Mr. Verdon. A warrant has been issued for the apprehension of W illiams, clerk in the bank of Australasia, on a charge of embezzlement. | The Ballarat Postmaster has pleaded guilty of embezzlement. Benjamin, accused of fraudulent in solvency, has levanted. A Joint-Stock Omnibus Company is being org...