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CRAFERS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

CRAFER5. Wednesday, Apkit. 4. Present — Messrs. CD. Barton (Ciiainaau), James, and Collins. Chairman presented estimated receipts and expen diture for the current year. Approved. Mr James to expend to the amount of £10 on Stirling: township. Mr Collins to expend £5 in Oarev's Gully. Receipts, £IS 12s.; payments, £10.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

THE WCOL MARKET. The colonial wool sales are fixed to commence on Thursday, 1st March. The fresh importations up to present date, since the beginuing of the last sales (as reported by Messrs. R. Button & Son) comprise 75 .892 bales, viz. : — New South Wales and Qneens land. 4,283; Victoria, 40,113 ; Tasmania, 128; &=nth Australia, 7,205; Western Australia, S13; New | Zealand, 425; Cape, 22,925; total colonial, 75,892 j bales. Further arrivals are daify expected. ]

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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BREMER. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

BREMER. Saturday, Ai-iul '. Present— Messrs. Cheriton, Pr.-ssoy, and Borrett.^ Mr Chilton's leader accepted for £6 for ford near Mr Barrett's. No tender for road near Moar's Clerk to write Crown Lands Office respecting road by Sections 100 and 168. Letter read from Mr Hitch respecting his contwc at Miking. Received. Ponndkeeper to attend next meeting. Payments, £29. [We shall be g?ad[to receive from all Clerks of District Councils throughout the Southern District reports of tbe Council meetings as they wear, at somewhat greater length than tho^e supplied to the Adelaide papers.— Ed. Southern Argus.] i -? 18 -VI - i

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NOARLUNGA. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

KOAHLUNGA. I From our own Ccrrespondeiit.] April G. [The subjoined commun;ea{ion was unf. rlunately received too late for insertion i;i la?t week's issue] : — Tha annual vestry meeting of St. Philip and fit. James's Church was held on Wednesday last, v.hen the usual routine business waa transacted. Messrs. Adams and Mucige were ducted wardens, and Messrs. Bjsworth and MuJge synodsmen. A foiree was held on Thursday in aid of a fund which is being raised for plastering aud ceiling the Church. Th« U.-v_ I'.iijun Kncseil delivered his w^eli-knovrn leciure on ' Charles Lamb, the Poet and Humorist,' , to a very large audience, asd fonio excellent music was performed by Messrs. R. B. White and Jas. and A. Payne, who were exceedirjg'y well received. I ' buiieve the amount received for tea meeting and j leciure was about £15, Votes of tbauks to tha lee- , turer, Messrs. Whyte and Payne, and to Mr. Holmes, ! for the use of his large wheat store, closed the pro- i cccdings. A cricket maicli be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

Public Notices. TO LKT, an OM- Established STQRE, kuownas the Cypress Store, WIMAJNG'A' The pro prietor is f*epa»efl to let by 'tender the above Store, doin«r a guncT'iyQBinesh'. : Eulogy in reference tti&e situuriun^is unnecessary. It is sufficient to say that it sta-.ias pi the mam street of Wiildnga, -next door totis 'Katioual Bank, close- to the Post Office, and ^islu'n a few minutes walk of the Telegraph Station, l-'uiiec Station, ai:d Court House, ar.d within a few y-iris cf tf:e new main line to Port Wiliunga. i\\ii. — The Siore to he taken wish a part or the. whole of the Stock at v.»lua*lGn. Tenders will ? be received until STay 1. Any -]v.e%',ii.'i)s by letter replied to, -.r any information giren by applyi:ig to - ? ? ? '? ? »? JAS. CASTLE, ' ' Auctioneer, Willanga. PROPOSED POUT ELLIOT, GOOLWA, AKD VICTOR HARBOR INSTITUTE. !-\j2 SouUnrn Argus of the 24th of March, and letter of C Lowe in this:day's paper.j '? ?-?': ? ' rPlIE undersigned respectfully invite the at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

Shipping. ^ ^iff^f QTEAM TO MELBOURNE.— ^?^^^D . The ALDIKGA axd.COORONG will sail on the following dates: — Fkom Adelaide. From Melbourne. Cooroug, ' 17. Aldinga, ' 17. Aldinga, ' 23. Coorong; ' 23. Coorong, ' 27. Aldinga, ' 27. Carrying Goods and Passengers. J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street. *i/Hk^ 'f7ICTOR HARBOR.— The Owners of jj?£$i£.- V the Schooner -r-MaWteS. GULNARE og to inform Murray Slippers and the Public of Goolwa. Port Eiiiot, and Hie nc-is-hborhood that the above Vessel is a REGULAR TRADER between Melbourne and Victor Harbor. J. DARVVENT, Adelaide, 1 E. & R. M AIN, Port Adelaide, i - „.„ G. S. READ, Pert Victor, agents. J. H. WHITE & CO., Melbourne, J -K^-Jn. 'trrCTOR HARBOR.— The Owners of if|fg- V the '^^^ GEM a*v CRINOLINE beg to inform the Public of Port Elliot, Goolwa, and the neighborhood, tbat they intend to Ron the Crinoline regularly in conjunction with the Gem, %nd hope to receive the same liberal support as they hare obtained daring the last twe...

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PUBLIC WORKS IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

PL'BLIC AVOKKS IK THE SOUTH. 'We congratulate the inhabitants of the Southern District upon the practically bene ficial results which arc likely to flow from the recent visit of the Commissioned of Public Wokks and the Engineer who accompanied him to Stratlialbyn and Goolwa. We are authorized to state that every possible effort will be made for ihe future to prosecute local works in the South with greater energy than has been manifested in the past. Mr. G. E. Hamilton, the newly-appointed. Engineer for the district, has commenced his labors, and tenders for the extension and improvement of the Goohva wharf are called for in our advertising columns to-day. We understand jilso that the Hon. Commissioner impressed upon the members of the District Council the necessity of using all possible expedition in the extension of the Diiidinarsh Island Jetty, .Mid promised that every facility the Govern ment could afford should be given. Mr. Hamilton will immediately commence opera tions upon th...

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

SHIPPING. VICTOR HA11BOR SHIPPING. ? ARRIVED. Thursday, April 12 — .Gum,' cutter, Lethaby, master, from Port Adelaide. 'Garpo— 9 pkg=, Miers ; 32 do, E. Harkins; I do, T. R. Summer; S2 do, G. Eaton : 7 do, A. Graham ; 2 dp, IT. T. Sparks ; 1 do, S. Chrystal ; 4 do, R. Lloyd ; 1 do, \V. Cruslake ; 1 do, W. Gordon ; 1 do, J. Tonkin ; 3. do, H. Forbes ; 121 do, P. C. Gieayer; 2 do, E. Du£toT-. 4 do, T. Hawker; 4 do, A. Rich: 19 do, 2 kc^ ^wder, E. Cohen ; 3 pkss., Heggaton - and HodgePB do, H. Barnett: 5 do, J. lSorn; 32 do, Wilk&s ; 4 do, Greenfield; 6 do, J. Varcoe; 14 do, Small acombe; 1 do, G. Missen; 2 do, Gwte; 4 do, J.' Oillwri;' 13 do, E. Truslove; 12 do, Victor fiarbor Tramway; j 115 do, S. Tiigg; 14 do, W. Chantrill: 17 do, T. Dowland; 1 do, C. Hayncs; 3(3 do, T. Goode ; 1 do, Southwell; 4 do, Lau^hoff; 1 do, W. Rogers; 13 do, Gilbert. ? ? ? ? ? SAILED. Thursday, April 12— Alfxaxdea, brip, 297 tons, W. K. Stephenson, mastc-r, for Newcastle, via Sydney. Cargf; — 1,240 ...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT STRATHALBYN. [Before Messrs. Dashwood, Herbert, and Rankine.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LAW COURTS ? 9 ? LGCiL COURT STKA.THAXBYN. [Before Messrs. Pashwood, Herbert, and liankine.j There was a large ntteudar.ee of the bar this day, Messrs. Andrews, Stow, and Robinson being all present from towrn. O'BniEX v. Moxkoe. Sfr Andrews far j-bintiffj Mr Stow for defendant. Action to recover £40, btiug balance- of 12 mouths' wajes. Tha plaintiff was nonsuited, as he completely failed in proving ihat he bad been engaged otherwise than as a weekly servant. MAGISTRATES' COURT. Kc-Tr v. Tvleb. j Information for abrtnf.ng hircBeif from' his em- ! ploymCDt. TYX.EB T. KoTT. Action for wagee. ? KbeiH-z^i- N»it depfiSid ik-.'ir h$- Lad engaged i Tyler au horse-keeper, at i't.ui-sev-. U's mail station, j nt Lrike Albait, and thai -?« the 27th February lie j V.ail f-iundlmnat Wellington druuk, acd had given - Lim a week's i otica. j James Tyler d(.-p3sed thai: be had left the station | at Mr Noil's order to Ic-ok for a lost horse, aud being ; within a mile or two \f Wuiii'.gtoa ha had gone...

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PORT ELLIOT SUMMER LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

PORT ELLIOT SUMMER LECTURES. Mr. Henderson's lecinre on 'Life Assurance' was j delivered at the Oddfellows' Hall, Tort EiJiof, on Thursday evening, to a small audience. Mr. John Lindsay, who bad just arrived from Adelaide, was vr.tiiA ti the chair, and called on Mi?s Crowe, win ! played, the '..Ji«!Usman'a Chorus,' that weil-kn'nvji ; and btautiful it;.r io-ing uothiag by the lr.Misier iu ; wlreli st was rendered. Tbe Chai»man than intro- j dnced t*'.e lecturer, Mr. Henderson, who comiB-ii-.ced j vov ss:v:nar t--;'.t be hail l,-een gvudeil hi his si.leei:-.:n i)f the subject by the fact that he had acquired know ledge vi tlje matter by being practically engaged in it as a bv.si-.iess, and from feeling tiae necessity that existea for the extension of the benefits of the ii =ti tutioii to tliose who at present scarcely understood j the advantsges and benefits which were lo bjddiived frflm it- This lecturer proceeded to mention that assurance or insurance originated in the form of i ma...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATER TELEGRAM. Friday, April 13, 10.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LATER TELEGRAM. Fridav, April 13, 10.30 p.m. f 'Both. Houses had yielded, and the dead lock was over just at the same moment that Sir Charles Darling received his recal.

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Friday Evening, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. [By Electric Telegraph. ] [ From our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, April 13. It w^s proposed to invite O'Shanassy to a banquet on the occasion of his leaving the colony A profound sensation had been caused by tVj'j recal of Sir Charles Darling. The Ministerialists disbelieved it. Telegrams had been sent to Adelaide by t influential persons respecting the matter. I3oth Houses have agreed to hold a confer ence, and have appointed Commissioners who meet to- morrow. The Council was crowded on the occasion. Adelaide flour was £16 10s. to £17 10s. ; wheat, Gs. 9d. There were large quantities of Tasmanian breadstuffs, and a further de cline was looked for.

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LAUNCH OF THE JOLLY MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LAUNCH OF THE JOLLY FILLER. An interesting event -occurred at Ooolwa last Saturday, and it deserves especial .prominence from the practical illustration it affords of the resources of the South and the enterprise of its people. A new iron steamer, built for Mr. William Basham, expressly for ilie*i-iver trade, hy Messrs- Honker & Cureon, of Goolw.i, was launched rom tie Luilders* yatdwith j erUit greatly enhanced l»y the fact that this is the j first iron steamer ever constructed ficsi raw material ! in South Australia. We shall take another oppor tunity of describing more particularly the vast and useful appliances which Messrs. Hooker & Curzon have established at Goolwa, but in the meantime they may wel! boast of the distinction — and the dis trict may fairly share their prider— of having been Use first iroufouaders and faoatbuiiders in the colony to turn out an iron steamer of completely colonial con strue! ion ; and beyond this, they may well be proud of the resul...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. [By Electric Telegraph.] ( From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, Friday Evening, April 13. The Bank had commenced an action against the owners of a steamer for the loss of gold. G'Grady had been shot dead by bushrangers. Tut: followintr prices were realized for st-'ck by Mr. VV. Hodgson at a sale of the effects of the late Mr. Win. Jagger, held on the 9th instant, at Encounter Day:— I pair old bull-cks, £13 10s.; 0 bullocks with dray. £55 ; two small steers, £7 ; cow fc^ and younat calf, £6; cher store cattle averaging K lrom £.1 10s. to £3; I lour- year-old colt, £31 ; 1 usare ? v -\:\i fnal at foot, £M: 1 geJ.iiag (unbroken), £7. 10s.; ? .i;i:.iiht colt (unbroken), ~20. I'

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday, April 13, 8.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. | By Electric Telegraph.] [From onr own Correspondent.] * Friday, April 13, 8.50 p.m. There had been a good steady fall of rain at Mount Deception, lasting for 30 hours, and the country was looking fresli and green. It has teen ascertained that tbe circulation of money in Adelaide was a million less than last year in consequence, of farmers holding Lack wheat. The Southern mail contract will not termi nate till the end of the year, when the Go vernment will repress grievances, and prevent a monopoly. The naval officers intend to give an amateur j cheajtrical entertainment in White's Room next j week on behalf of the Orphans' Home, the midshipmen representing the Indies. There was an eclipse of the sun at half past 5 on Sund&y evening. The ship Trevelyan has been chartered to t envey 400 troops from Auckland to England. H A Coroner will be appointed to-morrow. ^K The Falcon will proceed to Western Aus- ] ^B 1r?'i v on Wednesday next. ^H Mr. Tidemann, lan...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) [From our own Correspondent.] Friday, April 13, 8.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. — ? LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) [Uy Electric Telegraph.] J From onr own CorresnondenJ.} Friday, April 13, 8.50 p.m. Advices from Mount Murchisou are to the Istinst. There had been no rain, the river was low, and the weather hot. There was no news at Wentworth. Captain Jolmstone and others, with their crews, were rowing down to Goolwa, leaving a person in charge of each steamer.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH FEBRUARY MAIL. NEWSPAPER DATES TO FEB. 26; TELEGRAMS TO MARCH 15. SUMMARY OF NEWS. BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH FBBRUAEY MAIL. NETVSPAPER DATES TO FEB. 26; TELEGRAMS TO MARCH 15. » ; ? 'summary of news. BRITISH. [From the Expr&s of Thursday Evening.] The Queen opened Parliament in person on the C'.h, acd returned to Osborae. Her Majesty is now at Windsor, and is about holding five Courts in Buckingham Palace for the reception and presentation cf a certain number of ladies and gentlemen. In order to avoid fatigue to Her Msiestv. the number of ladies and gentlemen attending each Court will be limited to 250. The Princaes of Wales will also, on behalf of Htr Majesty, hold two drawing-rooms, and the Prince of Wales will hold levees at St. James's Palar a The Queen will undertake to lay, iu June next, the.'jirst stone of the Central Hall of Science and Ariat Kensington. At a Privy Council en the 3rd it was ordered that the sovereign of the Syaney Mint in Australia should be proclaimed a legal tender in this country and in all British possessions. In Mauritius and Cey...

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STRATHALBYN. [Via Adelaide.] Friday, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

STRATHALBYN. |'Via Adelaide.! [By Electkic Telecbaph.] [i-Youi our own Correfinnudea'.i Fridar, Arril 13. In consequence of the illness of the Rev. John Anderson, there will be ko service in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday.

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THE RIVERINE DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

THE RIVERENTE DISTRICTS. RouKKE — T?:e rain thrt wo were viriied with on the 18th Jannsry, fol'otr^d hy s-ime heavy ti.uijdfr stcTms a m«nth after, ii^s put a l^ew aspect npnn the country; indeed, up and -li--wn it i* eveiylhins that could ue desired. The sqiiatters are made for the year, usp; ciaily when ce reineirtber that the power (?f tha sun is daily diminishing, althou^i wa have liad some very hot we isher duringthc present ir.ontb. Tiie *«itrn of Uaurke is rapidly cdvanci ig iii building, and the quantity of stores that have boen rccitred sines the break in tf;e weather is some what astonishing. Indetd, i^ouike, whetlur tha Fupjilica come hv iar.d frorA th& eca-Lnard. or hv the river from Adeifii'lf, tnuft b ? the ceit-e of supplies for all this pert of the country, as well as for 300 miles or ir.orc into Qcesnelsnj. The river, sftvr many trifljjipr rises and ftjiSs, is now et the low J-iTel; and it is doubtful, although llii^ is the soa^nn when it onghtto rise, ill; ...

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COMMERCIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 April 1866

cojiHi:i?ri.\r.. Wheat, G-?. Country flour, for delivery next week, .£11 10s., without bags. Best bullocks, £12 to .£16 ; others. £9 to £11. Good sheep worth ISs. to £l. No prime sheep in. Secoud cIsfs sheep, 15s. to 17s.

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