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AMERICA. New York, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

AMERICA. New York, September 20. President Johnson has ma-ie a speech in which he declared his intention to firmly op pose the Radicals, who still continue to make insulting demonstrations against him. London, September 28. Telegraphic advices from America state that President Johnson has now returned to Wash ington. Demonstrations of a political character have been made at New York in support of the policy Mr. Johnson continues to adopt. Wendell Phillips, in the Anti-Slavery Standard, violently attacks President Johnson, urging Congress to depose the perjured usurp ing traitor. General Butler has made a speech denounc ing the President and advocating the exclusion of the South from representation indefinitely. Delegates to the Radical Convention at Philadelphia have commenced to arrive in that city, and at a meeting last night Presideut Johnson was denounced. London, September 29. President Johnson is losing popularity. His partisans are said to be less unanimous in his favor. The ...

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CONTINENTAL. Florence, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

CONTINENTAL. Florence. Semember 24. A band of brigands in tbe vicinitv of Palermo have interrupted the telegraphic com munication between that city and Florence. Reinforcements have accordingly been sent to disperse them. London, September 25. Advices received here from Constantinople state that large reinforcements have been sent by the Turkish Government from that city to suppress the insurrection in Candia. The Turkish troops have been defeated with considerable loss by the Cretans. Paris, September 25. The Emperor has gone to Biarritz for his health, which gives rise to serious apprehen sions. Berlin, September 25, The Prussian armies who have returned from the seat of war to Berlin have made a triumphal entry into that city. A political amnesty has been proclaimed by the King. Count Von Bismark has been made a General. He was not present at the thanks giving service owing to a severe attack of illness. The Committee of the Prussian Chamber of Deputies appointed to take into con...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SEPTEMBER ENGLISH MAIL. NEWSPAPER DATES, SEPTEMBER 26. TELEGRAMS TO OCTOBER 11. LATEST TELEGRAMS. ENGLAND. London, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE SEPTEMBER ENGLISH MAIL. NEWSPAPER DATES, SEPTEMBER 26. TELEGRAMS TO OCTOBER 11, LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Abridged from the Register.} ENGLAND. The Bank of England returns for the week ending to-day show the following results as compared with the previous account : — Increase in the reserve of notes, £745,000 ; increase in bullion, .£55,000; decrease in bills discounted, .£372,000. The sum of £109,000 has this day been paid into the Bank. London, September 28. The Bank rate has this day been reduced to 4§- per cent. London, September 29. New York telegrams state that the cotton crops in Louisiana and Mississippi have been seriously injured by storms. London, October 2. The revenue returns for the quarter ending September 30 shous a net increase on the corresponding quarter of last vear of £733,706. The sum of £194,000 has this day been paid into the Bank of England. London, October 4. The Times of to-day publishes an article re commending the appointment of a mixed Commissio...

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LAW COURTS. GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., Major Higgins, and Thomas Goode, Esq., J.P.] CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

LAW COURTS. GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, November 14. [Before B. F. Laurie, Epq., S.M., Major Higgins,and Thomas Goode, Esq., J.P.] Criminal Side. Marui lalkcMr, on the information of Police Troper Moriarty, was charged with being drunk. In answer to the Special Magistrate, whether she was disorderly, the Police Trooper replied in the negative. Fined 10s. James Hazlc, on the information of the same officer, was charged with falsely representing himself to be a detective and a police trooper, contrary to the 2Sth Section of the Police Act. Mr Moriarty proved the service of a summons on the defendant, who did not appear, and informed the Bench that he had received a letter from Mrs Hazle begging him not to proceed, and that her husband would pay all costs. He had reported the ease to head-quarters and could not withdraw it. David Jones, landlord of the Currency Creek Hotel, proved the defendant to have been at his house, and to have taken him to task for not having his horse properl...

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ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

ALEXANDRINA. Saturday. October 27. Present — All the members except Mr Thompson. Two tenders received for clearing road from Sec tion 2393 to 97, Clayton ; that of Mr Stewart's, at £3 6s. the job, accepted. One tender received for clearing roid from {section 205 to 205 from Mr Stewart at £5, accepted. Two tenders received for repairs to Martin's Jetty ; that of Mr Stewart, at £14, accepted. Letter received from Miss Harrison, teacher of the Finniss School, informing the Council that she had opened, a. school at the Lower Finniss. Receipts, £54 16'.; payments, £65 5s.

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

! Bt Electric Telegraph. 1 Friday Evening. Wheat, 4s. 2d. to 4s. 3d.; flour, £10 to £11. Hay — Best wheaten, £5 5s.; do, new, £4 10s ; mixed new, £3 10s. ; loose new, £3 ; loose new, inferior, £2 10s. ? * ?

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ENCOUNTER BAY. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

ENCOUNTER BAT. Monday, November 29. Present — Chairman, Treasurer, and Mr. Masler. The Clerk said he had given all required notices for the election of a Councillor in place of Mr. Duncan Graham, resigned. The following contracts were reported on: — In progress — Hancock and Fnxwell's, J. Hyde's, F. Barrett's, E. BarraU's, D.Evan's; W. Glassan bury's suspended for the present ; J. Graham's contract near completion ; school repairs in progress. The Chairman and Mr. Maslen reported having ha-l an interview wiih the District Council, Port Elliot, who promises legal assistance to make devia tion of road through Section 225. Approved. A memorial was received from 36 ratepayers at Port Victor, desiring road to be made from Victor Harbor Hotel to Mr J. McDonald's; also a memorial from 14 ratepayers, desiring road to be made from Mr Beggaton's store, to Contra! Maiu Road. It was resolved tbat S chains be made from Mr Hagger ton's store to Cential Main Road, and 5 chains more from Victor Har...

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PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. Hour, 2os. ^ bag. Pollard, Is. Gd. to 3 s. Sd. ^ bushel. Bran, Is. 3d. ^ bushel. Bread, 3§d the 2H- loaf. butcher's meat. Beef, 3d to 6d Pork, Sd to lOd Mutton, 4d to 6d Veal, 5d to Sd Lamb, 3s to 4s ^ quarter. DAIRY PRODUCE. Bacon, Colonial Is 4d Hams, Colonial, Is 4d to Do English, Is 6d Is Ci Butter, fresh. Is Ducks, 6s q* pair Eggs, Is $v doz. Fowls, 3s to 3s Gd ?$? pair Cheese, Colonial, Is 2d Milk, 6d per quart Do, English, 2s. VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 3d to Ci Oiiioas, green, 2d ?& Cucumbers, 6d each bunch Carrots, 3d q* bunch Turnips, 3d q* bunch Leeks, 3d ^ bunch Parsley, 3d ^ buncb. TEUIT. Almonds, dried, Is Oranges, 2d to 3d Cherries, Is 3d ?$? tt- Rhubarb, 6d ^ 1b Gooseberries, green, Is Strawberries, Is ^ Ib ?ty quart.

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RAPID BAY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

RAPID BAY. PATURnAY. November 3. Present — AH except Mr Christie. Letters rend from Commissioner of Crown Lands respecting deviations ; from Mr Terran applying for repairs to the Bay Road — to be inspected ; from Mr Chambers for permission to put up slip panueis on the road between Sections 111 and 114 — granted, on condition that the Government regulations are com plied with. Report received from Mr Budgen respecting the Spring at Second Valley. The Clerk was directed to apply to the Central Road Board to build a culvert at the junction of Mr Dinham's road with the main road ; also for com pensation for damages done to ths same road, and to the Machine Hill-road, by the carting of metal during the wet season f or metalling portionsof main road. Recipts,£2; payments, £12 9s. 101.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

BUILDING MATERIALS. EETAIL. £ s. a. Deals, 9X3 ? 008 Do, sawn, extra each cut ? 0 0 0J Do, 11 X 3, solid ? 0 0 SJ Do, do, sawn each cut ... ... 0 0 0J Battens, 7X3, solid ? 0 0 5£ Do, do. eaeh cut ? 0 0 0£ Cedar Board, per foot super ? 0 0 7i Flooring Boards, T & G. 0 X 1 i ... 0 0 1% Stringy Bark, 3X2, lid, ^ 100 ... 0 10 0' Do, 4 X 3 ? 0 17 0 Do, 0X1, lid ? 0 12 0 Zinc, ^cwt ' ? 2 10 0 Galvanized Tror, ^ cwt, ... 30s to 2 2 0 Spouting, lialf round, :j- foot, 5J to 0 0 6 Do, OG, \9- foot, ? 7d to 0 0 S Lime ^ bushel at the kiln ? 0 -- 10 Do, do delivered ? ... 0 1 0 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston ? 1 5 0 Do do, Hobarton ? 13 0 Laths, 3 feet, ^ 1,000 ? 110 Do, 3 feet 6 inches, do ? 14 0 Cement, Portland ? 1 15 0 PORT JZLLIOT, SATURDAY, 37fft XOV.

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YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

YANKALILLA. Saturday. November 3. Present — Messrs Butterworth (Chairman], bmitu and 1'utland. Mr J. Bradbury applied for sideling cutting, &c, to be done on road at Inman Valley. To be in spected. Resolved, that Messrs Harvey and Mitchell inspect the road near Mrs Cropley's. The Chairman reported repairs done to the jetty tramroad for 17s. Mr Smith reported grubbing and clearing the cemetery at Cockatoo Flat finished satisfactorily.

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

THE ENGLISH MAIL. - TnE intelligence by the last mail, though not exciting, is of a deeply-interesting ami most satisfactory character. War bad ceased, and peace seemed to be established upon a more than usually satisfactory basis. The vic torious armies of Prussia had withdrawn from the scenes of their unparalleled triumphs, and were returning- to their own soil — the greater portion to be dismissed to their homes and peaceful occupations. Some 50,000 soldiers had entered Berlin in triumphal procession, and were received with the well-earned and enthusiastic acclamations of a grateful people. A number of little kingdoms and dukedoms are incorporated with the leading German Power, and others are mulcted in the expenses of the war. Saxony objected to handing over her armies and fortresses to Prussia, but would have to bend to the irresistible power of that great military kingdom. In Venetia all was well. Without any great sacrifice of blood or treasure Italy has gained the dear objec...

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MOUNT BARKER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

MOUNT BARKER. Monday, November 12. Present— Messrs. Wcdd (Acting Chairman), Paltridge, Paterson, and Hannafrrd. Resolved that the Council view the works at 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning. Chairman to attend meeting of Central Road Board on Tuesday, November 20 Letters were received fro:n Mr. Yenning and Nairne Council to pet a bridge over the creek near Mr. Venning's section. Council agreed to invite tenders before the summer vas over. Payments, £3 103. Cheque for wages, £15 11s. 9d.

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INSPECTION OF NO. 1 TROOP OF VOLUNTEER CAVALRY BY COLONEL BIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

INSPECTION OF NO. 1 TROOP OF VOLUNTEER CAVALRY BY COLONEL BIGGS. After recruit drill on Saturday, 3rd November, the new uniform was served out to the members of this tioop. It consists of a cap -with a drooping white horsehair plume and a yellow band, a scarlet double breasted Garibaldi jacket, and dark blue trousers, with a double half-inch stripe in yellow to match the cap-band ; a white calico cap-cover is also pro vided. These accoutrements, with the swords, bits, and bridles previously issued now from the eqaipment of the troopers. The saddles are found by the officers and troopere ofthe regiment, and generally speaking up'on these no expense has been spared. The saddlecloths are found by the Government. But to complete the equipment there are yet wanting holsters and revolvers and breech loading carbines, which will no doubt be soon issued. We wohW suggest that a cloak or cape would be of much service as a protection to the men when ex posed to bad weather. We suppose such an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

On THURSDAY, November 22, at 11 o'clock. AT IXMAK VALLEY. SALE OF HORSES AND CATTLE. WM. GARDNER is instructed by Messrs. Harvey & Newton, to sell at their Farm, | In man Valley, on Thursday, November 22, at 11 j o'clock — 30 Heaa of CATTLE, including 2 Fat Bullocks 7 Dairy Cows in milk J Steers aud Heifers [ 2 Mares, with Foal at foot 3 Fillies fit f.-r breaking 2 Oolte, 2 off. Refreshments provided. On FRIDAY, November 23. IMPORTANT SALE AT PORT VICTOR. ESTATE OF H. T. SPARKS. WM. GARDNER has received instructions from the Trustees of| he above Estate, to sell by auction, at Port Victor, on Friday, November 23, at 10 o'clock sharp — The STOCK-IN-TRADE, consisting of— Timber Mouldings Doors Sashes, &c. xiso. The Four-Roomed STONE HOUSE now occu pied by H. T. Sparks, TOGETHER WITII The Lease of the Allotments Nos. 43 and 44, Port Victor, used as a Timber Yard. Further particulars in future advertisement, or on application to Mr. R. Allen, jun., Port Victor, Agent to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

7 f(1HE SOUTHERN ARGUS ?*- And Strathalbyn, Wellington, Mil&ng, Lang- - home's Creek, Woodchester, Mount Barker, Echunga, MaccleBfield, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Noarjunga, Willunga, Aldinga, Scllick's Hill, Myponga, Nor- J manville, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, Cape Jervis, Imnan Valley, Bald Hills, Hindmarsh Valley, 0 Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot,* Middle- a ton, Currency Creek, Goolwa, and ti RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER, *] a Weekly Journal of News, Politics, and Literature. a' Head Offjces: o FREELING-STREET, PORT ELLIOT. * Terms op Subscription (payable in advance) — Per Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, * 16s. ; or per Sipglc Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. iET Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptions, or C Job Printing will be received by any of the Local Agents, or at the SouUtern Argus Offices, Freeling etreet, Port Elliot. The Scale of Charges for advertising in the Southern Argus is as follows: — *-- For the first six lines ? 6d. per line For every ...

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COMMERCIAL. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

COMMERCIAL. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [From our own Correspondent.! In breadstuff's things are looking batter. Wheat, 4s.'to 4s. 3d, sales haviug'beeu effected at the latter price; flour, £10 to £11 per ton ; pollard, Is. 61. ; bran, Is. 2d. It is known that la-ge ordsrs have arrived from England for wheat and fbnr. Hay is quoted at, best wheaten, new, £4 15s. per ton; good mixed do., £4 ; do. do., loose, £3. No old hay offering, the supply not equal to the demand. Barley — Cape, 5s. ; English, 63. Oats — Cape, 4s. ; fine white, 5s. 6d. Fat cattle are coming forward freely, prices at last sales averaging £10 15s. per head. Sheep, 10s. to 13s.; lambs, 7s. 63. to 9s. Messrs. Parr aud Lux moro sold on Tuesday last, a mob of horses, hacks and harness horses, at an average of £10 per head. In mines nothing is doing.

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NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

NOARLUNGA. Mondat, November 12. Present — Mr. W. Oliver (Chairman), and all tbe members. Slaughtering licences granted to Mr. J. Jones and Mr. J. Gribble. Central Road Board appropriations for ccrrent year received and considered. Mr. Yates to get temporary dam constructed as soon as- 1 he river is low enough. Account passed for payment, £18 10s. 5J.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. STRATHALBYN. Friday, November 9. Present— All tlie members except Mr Thomas. Poundkeeper to be appointed salesman. Mr Hooper to inspect road near Long Valley. Draymen to clear Limestone Hill and a portion of Bowman's Cut. Tenders accepted: — Approaches to Murray- road, Pat Dohertv, £26 : drv stone wail at New Hamburg Bridge, R. Nutt, £26; clearing road from Butcher's Corner, Kockboltom Farm, J. Irving, at 3s. per chain. Mr Prince in erecting1 his verandah to let it come S feet*over the street. District road through Section 26t2 to be rented within three days, or the Council will throw it opeD. Curing to be made at McLean's Ford. Full Council to meet on the 23rd to decide in reference to tbe proposed bridge on north side of the township. Receipts, £02 18s. 9d. ; disbursements, £112 2s. 2d.

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STRATHALBYN. Strathalbyn, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 November 1866

A STRATHALBYN. IFrom our own Correspondent.] Strathalbvn, November 1 4. On Monday night some petty thief stole a diseased beef tongue from Mr. Close's yard. It is to be hoped the vagabond ate it, as if so he would find it not likely to sit easy on his stomach. Our Institute has somewhat revived of late under the energetic support and commendation of the Rev. H. Howitt, who displays the utmost interest in its well being and progress. The Committee have recently sold some very old and dilapidated works, which have been useless for years past, and have replenished the shelves with 41 new volumes. The quarterly subscription too has been reduced from 5s. to 3s. 6d. The number of members is steadily increasing, and much more interest is evinced in its success. On Wednesday evening next we are to have another of those pleasing entertainments, at Mr. Colman's store, on behalf of the Church of England Harmonium Fund. The Church of England service was con ducted, at the Court-House, on Sunday...

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