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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 25 March 1870

0LABE STEAM F L O U B AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PROPRIETOR. flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. j^UBURN BREWERY. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. The Proprietor obtained the FIRST PRIZE for ALE at the GREAT NORTHERN EXBIBITION, 1869. A P A E T K E , . Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, CLARE. N.B.-FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STREET, CLARE. pERCY W^ DYER, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. WHITFORD, . SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, MINTARO, Has always in stock a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scription, which he sells at remarkably low prices. Persons intending to purchase would <io well to call and see for themselves ; and E. W. guarantees to give satisfaction. * ^ AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. J M c C A U L , W...

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COMMERCIAL. CLARE. Northern Argus," office. Thursday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 25 March 1870

COMMERCIAL. GL&BE-. Northern Arams," office. Thursday, March 24. Wheat, 4s 44 Flour, £11 to £1110s per ton of 2000!bs Bran, le 3d per bushel Pollard, le 2d per bushel Chaff, £4 10s Fresh butter Is 8d per lb Potted butter, 19 2i Eggs, 9d per doz Bacon, 8d per lb Ham, lOd Cheese, colonial, lOd to Is Potatoes, 6s 6d per cwt.

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WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette" March 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 25 March 1870

WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette" March 17.) Robert Georfee Townseod, of Saddleworth, farmer. Philip Gilbert Rogers, of Adelaide, out of buBinete. - *.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 25 March 1870

SALE BY AUCTION AT CLARE. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, MARCH 30, At 3 o'clock p.m. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at the Clara Auction Mart, on Wednes day next, 30th March, at 3 o'clock p.m., by order of Mr. Michael Murnane A firet-class ACRE of LAND on Section 40-one of the best Building Sites iu the Town of Clare, on which is erected a good two-roomed HOUSE, built of stone, and covered with iron, plastered, ceiled, and fenced, with a good well of water, For further particular?, apply to Mr. R. Gr. Harmer, or to the Auctioneer. To be sold without reserve. Terms at sale. W. LENNON, Auctioneer. Clare, March 23,1870. CLARE RESTAURANT AND OYSTER SALOON. R. MEYLER begs to inform the Inhabitants of Clare and the surrounding district that he is about to OPEN a RESTAURANT and OYSTER SALOON in the premises lately occupied by Mr. I. Roach. A Good Meal for One Shilling. Tea and Coffee at all hours. Fresh Oysters at such a price as will defy competition. In connection with the above, R. M. intends to establish ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," March 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (Froni the " Government Gazette," March 24) Impounded at the public pound, : Clare (nearest poet cfilce, Clare), GK Reece^ pound keeper-Black horse, white spot off back, like c o.r & near shoulder; red bullock, star on fore head, like jm conjoined near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold April 18, at noon. :? Impounded at tbe public' pound, Jioehester, eeetion 347, Hundred of Hart (nearest Post office, Eochester), W. Hoskin, peundkeeper Bay marc, front .feet white, eaddle-marked, like jt over by near shoulder, like ^ over a off shoulder.; yearling chestnut filly, .like -r over c oyer .. cff shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold April 4, at noon, by a magistrate's order.-? Dai k brown mare, fctar, snip on nose, near.'hind foot white, one shce on off front foot, if branded not visible ; chestnut mare, like D over l3 off shoulder. If not claimed, .will be sold April IS, at noon. A. good story is being told of the way in which eeferal amateur sportsmen were l...

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PAID REPRESENTATIVES. (To the Editor THE NORTHERN ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

PAIB REPRESENTATIVES. {To the Editor of THE EORTHERNAEGUS.) Sik-Having read Mr. Jarman's letter on the above subject in your issue of the 25 h 1 instant, X beg to add my immble adherence to the principle therein enunciated. At the same time I cannot help remarking that thetone of the letter is calculated to produce the impres sion that the writer yearns to be:.one of our future legielaiorf. If such, be the case, and as Mr. Jaiman is at all events not inferior to Mr. bright, let him boldly emerge from hie present bashful obscurity and express his views to the electors at large. I for one will give him my vote, and also contribute towards bis support io the event of his election. X AM, SLIY&C", : MARCH 28. , AN ELECTOE,

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, March £9. Present-Messrs. King, Ward, Freeman, Long, and Jones. Overseer to call for tender# for repairs of Ford near Mr. SeaburyV Letter from Education Board Btating that the stipend for the Skilly schools could not be divided. From Mr. J. S. Cole, requesting to have Water* ?ale school pnt into repair after title is given to Council. Council to entertain request, as soon as title is in their hands. From Mr. J. Bow den, jun., respecting closing of roads complained of by Mr. J. Fisher, and requesting Council to inspect same before ordering them to be opened | also offering to purchase useless roads near his premises. Besolved that whole Council inspect said roads, and take such steps as they consider necessary. Council agreed to meet at Auburn on April 4. Messrs. Longbottom and Robin son applied to have ford cutting and matalling made between Mr. Lamberts and Mr. 8?mes,s sections; tenders to be called by next Council day. Tender accepted f...

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THE CLARE INSTITUTE. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ABGUS) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

THE CLARE INSTITUTE. I (To the Editor of THB NOBTHEBV ABGUS) SIB-Allovr me to draw attention through the medium of yonr columns to what I consider a decided annoyance to those who yuit the above institution for the purpose of spending a quiet and intellectual hour or BO. I allude to the practice of certain well-known parties being accompanied in their visits by odoriferous dogs, which, in addition to offending one's olfactories, keep up an incessant scratching that is anything but pleasant. I have also observed that two or three members make a practice of smoking in the reading-room. Trusting that the Com mittee at their next meeting will take these matters into consideration. I remain, Sir, March 29. A Mkmukr.

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THE LATE PARLIAMENT. [?] (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

TnBJLifetkRLtdtfENi. " t SHi t.> »r.i w>) (To tiie £ditor jof, The NoETHEKK«AfiQUs) SIB-A few months <agoI uotice4 a5Com»^-. nicated article -in ypur.jpurnat cora§hnpgfih% new land regul£|»on£, which> l?a}3 , ji|8te beep passed. ; The< writer. evidently expressed the sentiments of a large number of 4individuals when, he denounced thejiand Bill and declared j'u working to be impracticable. «3Dheelections,' are now on, apd, perhaps a reviewpf .the late Parliament'^ doing might be serviceable to the elector;". . It is a well-knowii truth that our, late representatives spent the best portion of their time in useless quibbling o;ne with the other until the session had almost passed, and nothing of rany importance had been done for the benefit of t he coantr.V"theTepresented. Cer tainly the majority upheld.all officials jvfao were receiving a salary ranging from'£600'to £1,000 per annum, and cut dawn the pay of those who had to do a'.l the workfor the light ...

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THE CLARE AND WALLAROO TRAMWAY. [From the Register.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

THE CLARE AND WALLAROO TRAMWAY. [From thd Register.] A telegram from J&oonta informs as that the Treasurer baa been publicly aocusing us ot misstatement as to his rote on the Clare and Wallaroo Tramway. We quoted from Han sard, the reports in which have been revised by the speakers themselves j but there is in<fc> pendent authority available* if the Treasurer prefers it. He may appeal from Hansard to the ministerial organ, and for his oonvenienoe we subjoin the corresponding extracts, without curtailment or comment. They appear in the Advertiser of January 8 " Mr. Hart moved-That the principle intro duced by the Commissioner of Publio Works, guaranteeing a fixed rate of interest on the amount of capital proposed to be expended on the construction of railways in the South-East* should be extended to the connecting tbo< Murray by railway with the existing northern ^ line." . . 9 . * . . . . "Mr. Bower said if they could catch the* Murray trade it would...

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AUBURN. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

AUBURN. Mar-"h 30. Wheaf, 4s 6^ per bushel; flour, 26s per ^a-jr; bran, Is 4i per bushel; pollard, 1> 4 J per bushel; chaff, £4 10a p» r ton ; oats, 5s per *»nshel; crushed barlev, 4 61 per bush®] ; bread, 3<J per 2'b loaf; beef, 3d to 4* pc* ib; mut'on, 2£<i to 35 i per lb.; potatopo, 6* Od ; onions, 2d per lb; butter, scarce; bano", 8.1 per lb.

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PORT WAKEFIFLD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

POET WAKEFIFLD. (FEOM OUB OWN OOBBESPONDBNT.) March 28. Borne gooa at&ietic sports tooi place at (be Two Mile, on Friday last, 25th instant, com prising-Men's Foot Race, for £1, won by Robert Dunn; Boys* Foot Race, for 6s, won by Phillip Roock; Racing in Sacks, for 10a, won by James Olderman; Two Games of Quoite, 10B each, the winners of the first being E. Delany and J. Dunn, and the second, 4. Renton and C. Roock; Running Long Leap, for 10B, won by Robert Bonn; Running High Leap, for 10B, won by William Francis; Men's Foot Race, for ISs, won by T. Olderman; Throwing Sledge Hammer, for 10s, won by E. Delany, and a number of other games too numerous to mention. The whole of the above games came off very well, in a quiet and orderly manner. Dancing was kept up at Mr. Roock's hotel till late in the evening. The want of rain is beginning to be seriously felt in this neighborhood. The farmers are I busy sowing, and although the crops have been slight last season, it does not seem...

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PORT WAKEFIELD. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

POET WAKEFIET.T). M"»reh 28. VVbfiPt, 4- 91 per bushel; fl ur, £12 per ton; bran, la 2d per bushel j pollard, 1* 4J per buthel; potatoes, 6s rer ew*.; ch»ff, t"6 per ton ; butter, trash, Is 4d pt r ib ; "en*, 91 oer dczen; bacon, 8 J per Ib.; beef. 5 I to 61 per !b.; mutton, 3£a to 41 ptr lb.; bread, 7d per 2 lb. loaf.

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WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

WATERVALE. (F80K OUB OWN COBBESPONDE JJT.) March 31. Durieg (ho past week the weather has been excessively close and muggy, and on.Tuesday afternoon we had a slight thunderstorm, with just enough rain to make the atmosphere more unpleasant than ever. In some parts of Skilli golee Greek and Hoyle*s Plains this storm came down with great violence, and I am informed on reliable authority that one creek in the vicinity of Cowled's Hill ran between 30 and 40 feet wide, and in some places six feet deep; but there were only very small patches of even these localities that got any at all. I hear that it missed Auburn, but that Bhynie got the full force of it. Sowing is going on in various places, In the hope that the much wished for rain will come shortly, but there are numbers of sections too hard for the plough at present. A grand display of fireworks is arranged to come off here on the evening of her Majesty's Birthday 3 a committee has been formed to col lect subscriptions^ and a few of...

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ADELAIDE. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

ADELAIDE. March 30. Wheat, 5* 21 Flo. r, £11 10 to £12 103

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

THE ELECTIONS. The first batch of elections for the House of Assembly took place oa Monday last. The proceedings, taken altogether, were of an orderly character, and call for no special remark. The following is the result: EAST ADELAIDE. Cottrell 613 Murray 649 Skelton 509 Fowler . 478 WEST ADIUIDE. Darling 448 - Coglin ... .*« . .. 352 Solomon ... ... 360 Fuller 313 Raphael 182 EAST TOBBBNS. Hay ... ... 617 Mildred 604 Fisher 369 WEST TOBBENO. Strangways 401 Bean 891 Pickering 800 THE STUBT. ' Townsend 863 Iflndsay ... ... ... «.. 881 Spicer 809 TATAUU Oavenagh 808 Glyde ... ... ... 258 Hewitt 139 KOABLVKOA. Oarr ... *.« ««. 611 8tewart ... ... ... 604 Oolton ... ... «.? ... 214 The declaration of the poll took place at the head quarters of the various districts on the following day. Woman is composed of243bones,409muscle8l and 306 pins. Fearfully and wonderfully made, and to be handled with canto avoid scratches. "Bemember who yon are talking to, sir!" said an indignant parent to ...

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THE TERRORS OF THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

THE TERRORS OF THIRST. Yyan Wpllack, a native of Poland,, nd lately '^om Queensland, and who ow is iinder medical' treatment in the !Bourke Hospital, has'furnished the Bourse, correspondent of the I)ubbo \Dispdtck th t v following terrible inarrative, which n . says.ip only one more of many whicli halve come under his notice Since his residence" on the Darling and its tributaries/ People in jfche townsi, and in the inW^taiii; w%r§ the best of God's gifts gushes, forth at" every stfp, sbarkliii^ ^uMight in purity ana plenty, little know the agony and bloody sweat of suffering which overtaken men lost amid our idesolate wastes, where water* becomes more precious than gold, and would be baken in exchange for liquid gems. Some thr,ee weeks ago Yvan arrived at Dunlop, a station 80 or 90 miles from Bourke, well to do in the world's goods. His horses were excellent, and his exchequer Well supplied. Receiv ing, instructions from aChinaman at the place, he started up the river with a happy h...

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The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1870. SOME four weeks ago a petition was prepared and presented to the Post master-General, requesting* him to alter tlie time of closing the mails from Clare to Adelaide, aud also to use his influence with the railway authorities in having- the time-table of the Northern Extension line altered to a more ac commodating hour. The requisition, we can truthfully say, was anything hut unreasonable, and was signed by nearly all the residents in the town, beside outsiders ; but up to the present time no notice has been taken of the memorial- Surely the resident^ in this district are not below the notice of even such a dignified personage as the Postmaster-General of South Australia. What his talents may be, or whether he is a proper person to hold such a responsible position, we know not; but there is one thing certain-he is sadly deficient in common courtesy, or he would have replied to the requisition one way or the other. If a definite answer had been returned, the inh...

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PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

PIGEON MATCH. The fourth quarterly match of the Inchiquin Gun Olub took place on the usual ground on Thursday. March 31. The master of membere was not large^ and amongst those absent were some of the best shots. The shooting was superior, although not so good as at the last meeting. A. dinner took place in the evening at Host Staoey's, which was got up in his usual excellent style, and passed off very agreeably. The following is a list of the scores made, from which it will be seen several ties oocurred: IZBST 8WBBP, TWO S1BD8 BAGH. . Beece - - - - - 1 1 Scott 1 Coles - . - - - 1 0 Jarman . . - - . X X TIES. * Beece X 0 Jarman - - - . -11 SECOND 8WBBP, TBBHB BX2UD8 EACH. Davis - . - - X 0 0 M'Farlane - . - X X 0 Beece - - - - 0 X X Jarman - - - - 0 0 0 Scott - . - - 0 0 0 Paterson - - - 0X0 Nichol - - - - 10 0 TXB^ TWO BIBDS BAGS. M'Farlane - - - X 1 Beece - . * - - X 1 M'Farlane - - - - 0 0 Beece - - - . -00 As Messrs. M'Farlane and Beece had tied twice they resolved to fire again,...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 1 April 1870

THE hMLBMELDB. «'wr*iwt | W^e'- ^S1"^^5® in^st&te of UF^'B\S8®fife% r^iieeceuc^, ; .Tjife greajt want |!%a W*r Fachiiierj - no.w w^hays machinery, sit i| 3»t?a standstill for^aat of w^tej-1But our position nowig i^meMurabij; superior, to fefiat at.^eas tnis.timejaet"year. 'A large resident 'Pf:P^at.l0P*.a"d ai great breadth'of proved auri fer<>Uf grpUDd^cOiisfcitutytlie diff^reoce. -Froai the lower Yatta to Walkerville Gruliy3 and from fc*j© Green -Crdlly f?> Uieeey'gj aetivity^ marks our bpeVations.* True, "the eufpeneion of 0\ir crasher is an inconvenience and a loss, and | these are recognised by the Warden, whose | willingness to Suspend' the claims of* parties temporarily affected bytbe want of water, of which a-rainfall- of 24 hours would set every thing going again, is highly appreciated by them,,* The weatberissojpinousjust .posy^and I) hope qext week to have to inform your readers" thatfboth Mr. Noltenius and Mr. Britcher ar£ half worked off their l...

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