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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 April 1870
NEW ZEALAND. The Ofcago Daily Times has the following telegraphic intelligence respecting the progress of hostilities:- * , " Wellington, March 16. The Government have received a private telegram to the. effect that Te Kooti has reap peared in the neighborhood of Tauranga. . Napier, March 17. ! The Star of the South has arrived from Auckland, and reports calling at Tauranga on !her way, in order to land Colonels Moule and Lyon, who were proceeding thither to investi gate the case of Colonel Fraser, who was at rested by Colonel M'Donnell'sorders. On their arrival there, however, they found that Colonel Fraser had died of typhoid fever two days pre viously. .. Bopata, who entered the TJriwera country by way of Ngatapa, has not been heard of for 14 days. He is supposed to be at the head of Lake Waikaremoana. Te Kooti made a raid on a native settlement at Opape, Opotiki, on the 7vh inst. He cap tured a number of women and children, and tilled several men, among; the latter being the onl...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 April 1870
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1870. OUR readers will, no doubt, learn with satisfaction that the request conveyed in the memorial submitted to the Post master-General respecting- the time of closing* the Clare mail has been acceded to, and also that on the completion of the Northern line of railway a train will probably leave Kooringa simulta neously with the departure of the down train from Adelaide. It appears that a reply, addressed to " Messrs. Beckmann, Harder, Greenwood, and other gentlemen sign ing the requisition" was received on Wednesday, 30th ult., but the matter was kept something of a secret until the following Friday, when we first became acquainted with the fact through Mr. C. Beckmann calling at our office and complaining of the tone of a leader in our issue of that day. It is almost needless to sav that had we been MJ aware of the receipt of the reply, our remarks on the subject would have been exceedingly modified; and if the Postmaster-General was blamed un justly, we did so u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 April 1870
TUESDAY, iP£IL^| 6t2oV>Ioek p.mM ON THE FARMS mihtsSd IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF T. . .... , ^ -: ^ TLPJJjE KI N Or & CO. are * iristWeted to eel), as above, by ttie Trustees in jthe estate Ml^fencc^cMiwt 4 good and powerful" DRAUGHT HORSES ^ ^ 4 Head Light Slock 3 Fat Beasts 2 Milch Cows . u " * 2 Sows and Litters Horse Dray .**-', : 2 Iron Ploughs , . : 4 Sets-Plough Harness Reaping Machine. . Hand Chaff-cutter ^ Set Iron Harrows About 3 Tons of Hay Arid a varify of Sundries Also, , Part SECTION 170, Sf anley> containing 10' acres j Title under Seal Property Act.;: And nil the interest of the saidiLVMeManue . "* pertain LEASES of SECTIONS, 141,143,145,146, Stanley, containing together 252 acres, of which full parti culars can be obtained from the Auc tioneers. TERMS.-For Land, at Sale. For personal property-Under £20, Cash; over £20, 3 months' Approved Acceptances. T O THE ELECTORS OF STANLEY. GlNHEMEN-There is a tide in ths affairs cf men, &c.a as the old ada...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 April 1870
Q1ABS STEAM FLO TIE AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PROPRIETOR. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaflj and Crushed Corn alwaysfor Bale. J^ V B U El BEE WE BI. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be bad at THE AUBURN BBEWEBY. The Proprietor obtained the FIRST PBTZE for ALE at the GREAT NORTHERN EXHIBITION, 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, BOOKS ELL EE, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. Main STREET, GLARE.  J) E E O Y WZ D Y E B, CHEMIST A3SD DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. W H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, MINTARO, Has always in stock a large assortment of] English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scription, which he Bells at remarkably low prices. Persons intending to purchase would do well to call and fiee^oc-thenieelves; and E. W. guarantees to give satisfaction. E. AND C. BECEMADN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. ? [4...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 April 1870
r.: sV ^ICOMMERdlAL. ' 1 pL " vv! . :> 4 .1 r ,VL V '?'-. CLARE. . '- } V- *' ^Northern Argus/' office, Thursday, April 7. Wheat, 4a Sd to 4s 6d -^dBr,Mk-10rin^n-of-209Qibi " per bagj^s (, - . ._ ^ } Bran, le 3a*p& bushel4- ~ ^ -* L k , pQljai^yjLg^d^er jauflfael; ----- --=. Cfaa^'£410r 5 Fresh butter Is lOd per lb - Potted butter, Is 5d Eggs, 8d per doz : Baeon,^ perilb: - Hsm, lOd Cbeegp^oJonia1, 2b J English, Is 9J Potatoes, 6a 6d per cvrt.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
INDIA. The Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Bombay on the 12th March. The new Bed Sea Cable connecting Suez with Bombay i> now all but completed. It is expected that London messages will be regu larly received in Bombay six hours after des patch, and vice versa.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, March 16. The verdict given by Lord Penzance in the Mordaunt divorce case declares Lady Mordaunt to be insane now, and to have been so at the time of citation. The Tipperary election resulted in the return of Mr. Heron, by a majority of 18 votee. London, March 14. In the House of Commons, Mr. Gladstone announced the introduction of a bill for the better preservation of life and property in Ire land. Obituary.-Admiral Sir Henry John Leek, 3LC.B.; Hon. Francis Berkeley, M.P.; Mar chioness of Tweedale; General Lister 5 Sir H. Light, K.C.B.
FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
FQIiEIGKN KEWS. There have fcetn animated -debates in the French Legislature on free trade. The Govern ment stand to the treaty with England, and the whole subject i8 to be investigated by an impartial commission. M. Roehefort not having appealed against the sentence of the Correctional Tribunal, he waB arrested on the night of the 7th, as he was about to enter the Public Meeting Hall, in the Rue de Flaudres. He made no resistance, but, on the contrary, said to the bystanders at the entrance, " Remain quiet, citizens ; I shall soon return to the meeting." After this the Com missary of Police and his assistants accompanied M. Roehefort to a carriage, and conducted him to the prison of St. Pelagie. Just after the arrest, M. Flourens, who was present, stepped forward, and, UBsheathing the blade from a sword-cane, shouted, " Roehefort must be set free." He fired two or three shots from a revolver, and others followed his example. The meeting was wild and nearly killed the Com missary of...
[From the Advertiser.] SUMMARY OF NEWS. BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
jjFrom the Advertiser.] SUMMARY OF NEWS. BRITISH. Her Majesty is now at Windsor Castle, in comparative good health, though unable to open Parliament in person. Parliament was opened by Commission on the 8tli. The Queen's speech contained the r remise of a number of important measures. On ibe 15;h Mr. Gladstone introduced the Government Irish Land Bill in a speech of three houre. It gives tenants full compensa tion, recognises Ulster tenant rights, provides new Ceurte to settle tenant difficulties, and con tains many elaborate provisions. It has been very favorably received, and is likely to pass without much alteration. Second reading, March 7. On the 17th Mr. Foster brought in the Go vernment Bill for Katioual Education, which is an extension and supplement to present sys tem. School Boads, undenominational inspec tion, conscience clause, and compulsion are its principal features. ^ It was well received, but the National Education League object to eome provisions. Second reading, M...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argue," office, Saturday, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
COMMERCIAL. CIiAKE. " Northern Argue," office, Saturday, Ap:il 15. Wheat, 4s 5d to 4s bd Flour, £1110a per ton of 2000 lbs " per bag, 24a Bran, Is 3d per bushel Pollard, Is 4d per bushel Chaf£ £4 10s Freeh butter Is lOd per lb Potted butler, Is 5d Eggs, 8d per doz Bacon, 8d per ib Ham, lOd Cheese, colonial, Is; English, 1B 9d Potatoes, 6s 6d per cwt.
AUBURN. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
AUBURN. March 30. Wheat, 4s t»a per. mi8bei; flour, Zbs per bag; bran, Is 4d per bushel; pollard, Is 4d per I bushel; chaffj £4 lQs per ton; oats, 5s per j bushel; crushed barley, 4s 6d per bushel; breed, 3d per 21b loaf; beef, 3d to 4d per lb; mutton, j 2£d to 3£d perlb.; potatoes, 6s Od ; onions, 2d j per lb; butter, scarce; bacon, 8d per lb. |
ELECTION MEETINGS. CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
ELECTION MEETINGS. CLA.EE. The electors of Clare met in the Town Hali on Friday evening last for the purpose of hearing the political views of Mr. D. T. Jarrcan and Mr. Hewitt. About 500 persons were pre sent. Dr. WEBB Occupied the chair, and said they bad met in-that room for the purpose of con sidering who waa the best man to represent the district in the forthcoming Parliament. He hoped the meeting would give the candidates present a fair and impartial hearing, sb it wss unfair and unmanly to drown a man's voice and afterwards abuse him because they had not listened to what he had said, and wcie corse* quently in the dark respecting his views. After a few more remarks, he introduced Mr. J ABM ax, who arose amidst applause, and after a few preliminary remarks in reference to his being there that evening, commenced to explain his political sentiments. The first question was the Land Bill. During the last Parliament there had not been two stanch sup porters cf a Land Bill in the fio...
PORT WAKEFIELD. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
POET WAKEFIELD. March 28. Wheat, 4? 9d per bushel; flour, £12 per toa; bran, Is 2d per bushel; pollard, Is 4d per bushel; potatoes, 6s per cwt.; chaff, £6 per ton; butter, iresh, Is 43 per lb.; eggs, 9d per dozen; bacon, 8d per lb.; beef, 5d to 6d per lb.; mutton, 3£d to 4d per lb.; bread, 7d per 2 lb. loaf.
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," April 7.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the " Government Gazette," April 7.) CLA.BE.-Bay or brown pony mare, blind off eye, ?&lt; near shoulder, like arrow off shoulder; seven black and wbite pigs, about three months old. To be sold April 11.-Bay or brown pony mare, star, collar marked, like over JE or jp near shoulder. To be sold April 18.-Brown mare, small star, scars on back and sides, like 2 near thigh. To be sold May 2.-GL Recce, poundkeeper. Spuing GULLY.-Eighty-four sheep, various brands, mostly w near back, a few ?&lt; on rump, a few cross on rump. To be sold April 18. J. Boyd, poundkeeper, ROCHESTER.-Bay mare, black points, like hs over tw near shoulder, saddle marked; iron grey mare, blaze, off hind foot white, like 67 over i" n> ar shoulder. To be sold April 25. W. Hoskin, poundkeeper. MELROSE.-Black horse, white hind feet, star, switch tail, w over - off shoulder, collar marked; black horse, three white feet, streak down face, ^ over p near shoulder, M off shoulder;...
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 April 1870
THE GOLDFIELDS. There is nothing of importance to report from the Barossa diggings, the long-delayed rain making everything dull, as the crushers caanot he worked, and the alluvial stuff cannot be washed. The raising of cement, however is steadily proceeded with, and a large quantity is stacked ready for crushing. ' There will be enough when the machinery is again set going to keep it constantly employed. We expect, from all we hear, that when once there is a good store of water considerable weekly returns may be looked for.-G-awler Times. Messrs. Hunter, Stevenson, & Co, and Mr. D. Jbithgow have shown us some splendid looking quartz, bearing what may be called nuggets of gold, obtained near Currency Creek, on freehold land, in extent about 200 acres. A very large quantity, proportionately, of mal leable copper, has also been discovered between the joints of the stone. The quartz is just of the same quality and appearance as that coming from Ingle wood. Persons not knowing w...