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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869
INQUEST. An inquest was held at the Traveller's Rest Hotel, Clare, last Saturday afternoon, the 13th instant, by E. B. Gleeson, Esq., S.M., on the body of a young man named Julius Stephan, who died there that morning at about 11 o'clock under very peculiar circumstances, he having been found in a state of insensibility near Mintaro, on the previous Sunday. A res- pectible jury of 14 being impanelled, Mr. Charles Kimber was chosen foreman; after which, the S.M. briefly stated the reason why they had been &nbsp; sommoned on the inquest. The jury then proceeded to view the body, and the following evidence was adduced:- John Abbott, sworn, said, I am a police trooper, stationed at Mintaro. On Sunday morning last, a report reached me that a young man was lying in a very weak state in a field near Mintaro. I procured the assis- tance of a horse and spring-cart and had him conveyed to Mintaro, where I met Mr. Bartsch and Mr. Fels, who took the deceased into their charge and underto...
THE EYRE PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
THE BYRE PROSECUTION. ^*is case came to a close in the Court of Queen's Bench on the 28th ^a?uar3r? when the Lord Chief Justice delivered judgment in favor of the defendant. The following* is an ab stract : His Lordship said: "This is an I action for assault and false imprison ment and other personal injuries of a J very grievous character, committed by the defendant on the plaintiff in the Island of Jamaica. The plea on which the present question turns, admitting*, as for the present pnrpose it must do, the fact of such acts having been done, j of their having1 been wrongful when done, sets forth an Act of In demnity since passed by the Legislature of Jamaica, and afterwards assented to by the Crown, of which Act of In I demnity the defendant claims the pro j tection in bar of this action. The Act in question being set forth at length in the plea, it is only necessary for the present purpose to state the substance and effect of it. After reciting- that a rebellion had broken out in...
AGRICULTURAL RETURNS OF GREAT BRITAIN FOR 1868. (From the Weekly Despatch.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
AGRICULTURAL RETURNS OP GREAT BRITAIN FOR 1868. (From the Weekly Despatch.) Mr. A. N. Fonblanque has just issued, for the Statistical Department ol the Board of Trade, the "Agri cultural Returns of Great Britain, with Abstract Returns for the United Kingdom, British Possessions, and Foreign Countries, for 1868/' We quote the following interesting sum maries : The total number of acres returned as under all kinds of crop, bare fallow, and grass in the United Kingdom in 1868 was 45,652,000, which is^265,000 in excess of the total of 1857, and 1,307,000 in excess of the total in 1866- The large increase in 1868, as compared with 1860, is, however, chieiiy owing to the increase of perma nent pasture returned in Great Britain in 1867 and 1868 under a more com prehensive heading in the forms used for collecting the returns. Of the total number of 45,652,000 acres re turned for the United Kingdom in 1868, 11,659,000 were under corn crops 5 4,865,000 under green crops ; 984,000 under bare f...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The enquiry into the extraordinary charge of fraud preferred ag'ainst the directors of Overend, Gurney, & Co., Limited, was resumed yesterday in the Court of Queen's Bench, Guildhall, before the Lord Mayor (Alderman J. C. Lawrece, M.P.), and Alderman Sir Thomas Gabriel, at 11 o'clock. The six defendants were seated in front of their counsel. The principal witness at the former examinations was Mr. Howell, the accountant, who proved the bankrupt condition of the old firm of Overend, Gurney, & Co., at the time the business was transferred to the new limited company, and that more than £4,000,000 of irrevocable bad debts were treated as assets; and also that the books had been tampered with, and that the defendants had drawn out the whole of the money they had in the concern immediately before the final smash. The Magistrate's clerk read over the dispositions taken at the previous sitting-, after which all the six defendants were committed, bail to the...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. According- to a Baliarat Journal, serg*eant Tooliey, of Geelong*, has got himself into trouble, in his zeal to dis cover evidence relative to the silk robbery at Ecroyds, in Melbourne, some time since. "We learn that a few days ago, on the arrival of the Melbourne train at Geelong, the offi cious sergeant arrested a lady pas senger who resides at Baliarat, searched her luggage and dress, and without making any specific charge, sent her back to Melbourne to the Detective Office. On her arrival there it was dis covered that a mistake had been made, and the prisoner was released. Pro ceeding's have now been commenced by her solicitor, Mr. Saelberg, against the sergeant, for the recovery of £1,000 damages." A newspaper correspondent recently described a large block of ice, deposited by the late thunderstorm, which was lying- somewhere between theChallicum and Gorrinn runs, as something over twenty feet in length, and of about the same breadth, and nearly twenty inche...
THE STUBBLE BURNING AND BUSH FIRE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
THE STUBBLE BURNING- AND BUSH FIRE ACT. This Act was passed in the session of 1864 for the purpose of restraining the negligent or wilful destruction of property by fire. It pro vides that any person wilfully or negligently destroying, injuring, or endangering property by setting on fire or burning timber, grain, straw, stubble, bay, gra$s, or other produce or material growing, lying, or being in any place whatever, shall, on conviction, forfeit a penalty not lees than £3 nor exceeding £10, Holders of annual de'pasturage licences to give one day's notice of intention to burn scrub, &c., within hundreds to Crown Lands Hanger. JSo fire shall be lighted for burning stubble, &c., be* tween let November and 15th April, unless between 6 and 10 o'clock in the afternoon. District Councils have power to alter the hours of burning in their districts by notice in the " Government Gazette," and by fixing same on door on District Council Office for 30 days. No stubble shall be bu...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
THE ELECTIONS. llie Elections for the Legislative Council throughout the colony have not apparently caused much excite ment. In Clare there was no de monstration of any kind, so the polling passed of very quiet. All the boxes are now gathered in excepting a few country ones, which are not likely to alter the present result of the elections. At the close of the scrutiny on Monday last, the condidates stood as follows : Barrow Milne Dunn Baker English Stow Murray Goglin Gaedechens Raphael Mellor Wright Homersham 3,226 2,-534 2,510 2,485 2,485 2,112 1,809 1,206 1,051 952 826 697 351 It will thus be seen that the Hon. John Barrow is at the head of the list. Mr. S. Raphael's friends do not appear to be very numerous on the present occasion, while Mr. Homer sham ranks in his usual place with 351 votes to back him up, notwithstanding the vigorous efforts of his friends to procure him a place among the leaders.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES. ' ; BIETHS and DEATHS.-Parents or occupiers of houses in which births have taken place or deaths have occurred, the coroner or district constable, in cases of bodies found, are iequired to register (free of charge) births within 42 days, deaths within 10 days' time of occurrence, under a penalty not exceeding £10, and of £50 in case of refusal to comply when called upon by the district registrar. The minister or person officiating who shall be required to buiy or to perform any religious service for the burial of a dead body, shall be furnished with a certificate from a district registrar that such has been duty registered. Should such certifi cate not be produced before or at the time of burial, notice is to be given forthwith to the district registrar by any person who shall dis pose of a body by burial. Parents, guardians, or persons cognizant of a birth or death may register (a birth after 42 days, a death after 10 days) on making de...
DISTRICT COUNCIL—CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
DISTRICT COUNCIL-CLARE. Present-Messrs J. W. Gleeson (chairman), T. Ninnes, P. Butler, anc. E. Hunter. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Proposed by W. Hunter, and seconded b y P. Butler, that Mr. Ninnes be empowered to get repairs to road at or near Mr. W. E. Temperly's executed. Resolved that Messrs. Ninnes and Hunter prepare specifications for repairs at the reserve near W. Pearce's, and call for tenders by next meeting. Mrs. Rundell ap plied for rations; to be attended to. Chairman and P. Butler reported that they had inspected Thomas Byrn's contract and found it completed to their satisfaction ; handed him a cheque for £35. Extrars also done to satisfaction; let to Thomas Byrn's the contract for fencing each side of em bankment. Road through sections 423, 426, 270, and 261, to be attended to. Letter received from Mr. W. G. Cotton relative to road through section 315; also, road through section No. 9 from W. W. John Moyses. Mr. Carter requested the Council to remo...
THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
THE DOa ACT. The Dog Act of the cession of 1867 provides that all dogs ekall be registered, if three months old, every year, under a penalty of £1, or no; more than £6, If registration be effected be tween 1st July and 31st December in any y&lt; ar, dog deemed to be registered until 1st July ot year next ensuing; if effected between 1st January and 30th June, then dog deemed to be registered until 1st July in the year then next ensuing. Description of dog to be given. Pevalty for false description, £2 to £5. Fee for certificate or receipt on registration, 5s. Proof of registration lies with keeper of dog. Copy of aforesaid certificate may be obtained on payment of Is. Lists to be exhibited in Registrar's office. Dogs registered to have collars round neck, with number of district, name of owner, and number of register marked thereon; penalty, 5s to 40B. Dogs at large not registered or without collar may be seized and killed, which constables and rangers are specially ordered ...
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
ADELAIDE. (FBOM OTJB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) March 23. There is an utter absence of anything very stirring in the city at the present time; the weather has-been of a very prostrating character, and as nothing more lively than the Legislative Council Elections have transpired during the -week-except a row with the Sisters of Mercy, more of which hereafter-persons are obliged to evince a little interest in them, although the result appeared to be a foregone conclusion^ The contest is virtually decided as for the seven candidates who will go in is concerned, and with the remaining boxes to come in. Those from the Flinders district it is scarcely probable that their respective positions will be altered. Mr Barrow leads the list with 2,026 votes, and the Hon. W. Milne stands second with 2,534. Mr. Dunn, who had a fine lift given him by his friends in the Mount Barker district, as a mark of their undiminished confi dence in his unvarnished honour and ap preciation of the manner in which he bo...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (From the Adelaide Papers.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, Mardh 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (From the Adelaide Papers.) VICTORIA. Melbourne. Mardh 19. Mr. Hugh Glass and others have been examined before the Bribery Committee. Some further revelations have been made relative to members getting loans. Mr. Jones was examined, but they made nothing out of him. A smallpox case has occurred in Gipps Land. Stokes has been fined £50 for making Hennessy's labels. The Captain of the steamer Rangi toto has been fined £50 for having deficient accommodation ard carrying an excessive number of passengers. Patrick Hays has declared himself insolvent, with liabilities to the amount of £6,000; his losses are attributed to his starting a kerosene factory. The ship Racer has left Hobart Town with the detachment of troops for Adelaide. March 20. Mr. Learmonth has resigned his seat in the Upper House. The Bribery Committee revelations show that many members have re ceived loans amounting to £6,000 in all. The markets for produce and imports are firm. There is a good de...
TIME-TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FOR 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
TIME-TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FOR 1869. OCT WARD BOUTE. Leavs London via Marseilles.* Arrives at Adelaide. January February March April May June July August September October November December December 29 26 26 23 21 18 16 13 10 8 5 8 31 March April May June July August August September . October November . December . 1870. January Februarv . 16 13 11 8 6 3 31 28 26 23 21 18 15 HOMEWABD ROUTE. Leaves Adelaide. Dec. ... 9 1869. Jan. Feb. March March April May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. 6 3 3 31 26 24 21 19 16 13 13 10 Arrives in London via Marseilles. Southampton. 1869. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Oct. I*ov. Dec. 24 21 21 18 16 13 11 6 5 3 31 28 26 1869. Jan. ... 30 Feb. ... 27 March... 27 April May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. « 24 . 22 . 19 . 17 . 14 . 11 . 9 , 6 . 4 Jan. 1, 1870 * The Southampton portion of the English Mail leaves London six days previous.
POLICE COURT—CLARE. (Before Mr. Gleeson, S.M.) MONDAY, MARCH 22. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
POLICE COURT-CLAKE. (Before Mr. Gleeson, S.M.) MONDAY, MARCH 22. FOBGEEY. August Lemm, was charged with forging and uttering a cheque fur £10. Mr. Blatchford, deposed, I am a storekeeper. Know the prisoner. He came to me aud asked if I would change the cheque produced^ marked E. He endorsed the name that is on the back of the cheque ia zny presence; I asked him to do so and he did it. S. Hicks, Btated that he was a storekeeper, residing at Leasingham. Knew the prisoner. Saw him on thd 12th of March, when he re quested me to give him a blank cheque on the Auburn Bank, which I did. He then asked me to fill it up. Said he had funds in tbat bank, and told me to make it payable to Miller. He did not ask me to change the cheque, or offer to purchase anything at the time. Am in the habit of filling up cheques for others. E. M. Muceke, deposed, I am a clerk in the National Bank, at Auburn. Saw the prisoner when I gave evidence upon a similar charge for for the first time. He has no account ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," March 18) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazjtte," March 18 ) Impounded at the Public Pound, Section 3011, Hundred of Milne, north of Clare-One black mare, star in forehead, white spots under saddle, collar marked, blotched brand like WK over WK (both brands conjoined) near shoulder like a heart under. If not claimed, will be sold March 29, 1860, at noon. Rudolph Piper, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Hookina (nearast Post Office, Kan yaka)--One bay mare, blind near eye, branded like 3 over ST with JC under near shoulder, H off shoulder,; one black colt, white stripe down face, little white off fore and hind foot white, branded like jw off shoulder; one dark bay mare, small star in forehead, snip on the nose, branded F3 over n near shoulder; one bay horse, branded F near neck, like a; and jf conjoined near shoulder; one bay mare, branded like (writing) J near shoulder ; one brown mare, branded p over w near shoulder, like (writing) M off shculder* The grey mare, adverti...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. INLAND RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 March 1869
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. HfLASD SATES. Letters posted for deliveiy within the province:-Not exceeding half an ounce, 2d; exceeding half an ounce, but not exceeding one ounce, 4d; exceeding one ounce, but not ex ceeding one and a half ounces, 6d; exceeding one and a half ounces, bat not exceeding two ounces, 8d; and so on, increasing 2d for each additional half-ounce or fraction of half-ounce Parcels containing so letter nor epistolary communication or Intelligence:-Not exceeding four ounces, 2d; exce»dng four ounces, but not exceeding five ounces, 3d; exceeding five ounces, but not exceeding six ounces, 4d ; ex ceeding fiix ounces, but not exceeding seven ounce?, 5d; and so on, increasing Id for every additional ounce or fraction of an ou^cp. Inland letters or parcels posted unpaid, charged double the above rates. All packets to pass at the parcel rate mus1 be unenclosed, or enclosed in covers open a* the sides or ends; or otherwise the sende? must subscribe, with his name and addre...