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UNGENTLEMANLY CONDUCT. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
UNOENTI/EMANEY CONDUCT. (To the Editor of THE NOBTHERN ABGUS) SIR-Through your columns, I beg to call the attention of the proper authorities to the practice of a number of hobbledehoys, assem bling, chiefly on Sunday evenings, on ;ther foot path of the southern bridge, and who, not con tent with compelling passers-by to take the roadway, mate offensive.personal remarks. In the hope that the nuisance will be put a stop to, I am, Sir, &C., -I" AIT A&ED FEMALE.
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sidnev. April 26. At West Maitland there is the highest flood ever known. Hundreds have "been flooded -out. At Aberdeen two thousand sheep were drowned, and Aire lives reported as lost. Singleton is under water. During Monday night the ex citement was great. At daylight this morning there were not more than «ight houses out of water. Ho lives are reported as lost. It is believed that three families are on the roofs of their houses unable to, be rescued. At-Murru Tuhdi fourteen persons were on the roof of a house all night, and the water waB withinfour feet of them. Bridges have been swept away. The geene is fearful. There is great "distress, and business is suspended.-Advertiser.
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. Present-The Mayor, and Councillors Fele, Kelly, Powell, Bowley, and Treleaven. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk read a letter from the Under Secretary, stating that the Government agree to supplement private subscriptions for works perforrred in the town of Clare. The amount applied for was forwarded. A letter was read from the manager of the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, C are, stating that no more cheques would be honored unless placed to credit of the Corporation, as the overdraft was too large already. An application was made f r rations for Mrs. Lewis, she having three children and no means of support. A similar application was made j bj Mrs. Ward. Both applications were ordered to be sent to the Destitute Board. Tiie Public Works* Committee slated theft they had examined the bridge in I/en no n- street1, and considered that some repairs were necessary. Councillor Bowley proposed, and...
SACRED CONCERT AT MINTARO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
SACRED CONCERT AT MINTARO. An amateur sacred concert at Mintaro took place in the Catholic Church, Mintaro, on Easter Monday, in aid of the funds for the erection of a schoolroom, which is said to be mueh required. The performance commenced by Messrs. C. Beckmann and Oelmann singing in excellent style the " Kyrie" of Mozart's Twelfth Mas?, after which Mr. Oelmann sung the solo "3?aith," which was much appreciated by the audience. This was followed by a quartette entitled " The Lord's Day," by Messrs. Vogt, Kruger, Oel mann, and Weikert-a very , nice piece, and well executed. 1 he " Sabbath Morn" was 'then beautifully rendered by Mr. C. Beckmann, and well deserved the applause elicited. Misb Caslev was next called upon to sing a solo, which she did in a pathetic and interesting manner., A quintette brought the first part of the per formance to a close. After an interval of a few minutes, the second part was commenced by the choir singing " Gloria," from Mozart's Twelfth M*;S3, in an ...
POLICE COURT—AUBURN. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
POLICE COURT-AUBURN. THFBSDAY, JAPBIL 21. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.MV) Wbeller v- Peddel.-Claim under the Masters and Servants Act for £24 10s. Mr. Grower for complainant, and Mr. Benham for defendant. A'ter hearing the evidence of both parties, extending over two hours, his Wor* hip stated it was a difficult matter to decide equitably a case of this kind, the evidence being so con flicting. The defendant would have to pay £10 and costs. Tandeletir v. Brown.-Assault. Mr. Grower for complainant, and Mr. Palmer for the defence In this case the informant complained ibat tlie defendant had beaten and kicked him. It appeared, however, that tbey were companions together with others, and had a bottle of grog, wbeu 'some old. grievance was brought up, and after two or three rounds the complainant was worsted. The evidence, however, of the com plainant's own witness was against him, they stating that he struck the first blow. His Worship dismissed the information, with 26s costs. Same v. Sam...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. , UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, April 26. Presentr-Messrs. W. P. Long (in the chair), Ward, and Freeman.. Trustees of: Upper and Lower Skilly schools attended. Council ap pointed Mr. Prior. , Mr. Parker complained that side dra:n at Norton's HiU wanted cleaning. Mr. Long to inspect. Mrs. M'Namara applied for time for payment of rates. . Referred to next .Council. Mr. Edward Ouppy, through Mr. Freeman, applied- for the office of Curator of East Auburn Cemetery. Council appointed him. Mr, Freeman reported repairs. required at Bice's Creek. Left to Mr. Freeman to get same done. Tenders to be caiied for ford at Wakefield. Mr. Lan berfc's, TTndalya, left to Mr. Freeman. Mr. Long asked for repairs at Cut Hill and Long Grully. . Mr. Long to get same done, if under £5. Mr. Walters applied to hive closet cleaned at the. Auburn School. Mr. Walters to get same done, not to exceed £1 5s. Payments, £26 2« 6d.
LOCAL GOUKT—AUBURN. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. (Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M.; Geo. Field, J.P.; and R.M. Cole, J.P.) FULL JURISDICTION. MARONEY V. WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
LOCAL GOUKT-AUBURN. THURSDAY, APBIL 21. (Before Messrs. J. Yarley, S.M.; Geo. Field, J.P.; and E. M. Cole, J. P.) FULL JURISDICTION. MARONEY V: "WALKKE. L-iaim for £30 damages, for trespass. Mr. Benham for plaintiff and Mr. Williams for defendant. The caBe having been called on, the plaintiff did not appear, and Mr. Benham said he must ask for an adjournment. Adjourned till next Court day, plaintiff to pay costs. COLES V. MANNING. Claim for .£76, amount of a bill of exchange, drawn by plaintiff upon and accepted by defen dant, and payable at three months' date. Mr. Emerson appeared for plaintiff, and Mr, G-ower for defendant, who pleaded-1. That thie bill was given for and in payment of an Entire horse, purchased at auction; 2. That the terms were twelve months'after date ; 3. That defen dant accepted the bill in ignorance of its being a three months' bill; 4. That plaintiff under took to renew the bill. Jenkin COIsb deposed-I remember selling an entire hcrse at the sale of effects ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
"VTOTICE.- All , Pig , .Dogs, G-oa's3. and Fowls, TEES PASSIN& onSeetidnsS^, 55, and 56, Hundred of Clan% SHOT after this date, andalicattle impounded. j V ^ JjEVI BURGESS. Stanley Flat, April 29,1870. \KT ANTE D, iaimed ately, a good ---f ¥ GENERAL SERVANT, where arother is kept. Apply to Mrs. J. S. Cole, Watervale. - * i '\4ils- KINDS of JOB PRINTING /~\ . executed with neatness and dispatch, aiid on the most reasonable terms, .at "THE N OETHEJJ ARGUS" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Lennon street, Clare. £JRAND AMATEUR CONCERT. Mr. HERMANN BARTSCH being about to It ave Clare,, a number of gentlemen have signified 'heir intention of tendering him a COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT CON CERT, which takes place on or about the 17eh of next month, and at whieh Mr. C. Beckmann and other well-known Amateurs witt assist,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
QLABE STEAM FLOUR] AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PBOPBIETOB. Floor, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed j Com always for sale. ^ UB U S 1ST BBSWEBI. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY, Tke Proprietor obtained the FIB ST PRIZE 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 GREEN WOOD,| CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. Main STREET, CLABE. [4 pERCY W\ DYER, j CHEMIST Also DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURBA BURRA. W H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & H Aim ESS MAKER, MLNTABO, Has always in stock a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scrip! ion, which he sells at remarkably low prices. Persons intending to purchase would do well to call and seefor th&nleives ? and E.' W. guarantees to give satisfaction. E, AND C. BECK MANN, WHOLESALE akd RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS....
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," Office, Friday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
COMMERCIAL. CII3lBE. Northern Argue," office, Friday, . April 28. Wheat, 4s 6d : 3Tlour,£ll 10s per ton of 2000 lbs perbag, 24s Bran, 1b 41 per bushel Pollard, 1b 6d per bushel Cbafij £4 10s Fresh butter 2s Od per lb l?otted butler, Is 6d Eggs, lOd per doz Bacon, 9d per lb Ham, lOd Cheese, colonial, Is 3d; English, Is 9d Potatoes, 6s 6d per cwt. AUBUBN. . - April 28. Wheat, 4s7d per bushel j flour, 25s per bag; bran, Is 4d per bushel; pollard, Is 5d per bushel; chaff, £A 10s per ton; oats, 5s per bushel; crushed barley, 4? 6d per bushel; seed barley, 5s per bushel; bread, 3£d per 2Jb loaf; beef, 5d to 6d per lb; mutton, 2d to 3d per lb. j potatoes, 6s 6d; onions, 2d per lb; butter, scarce;. bacon,-8d per lb. ADELAIDE. April 27. Wheat, 5s.3d . t Flour, £11 .fo £1210s
The norther Argus. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 29 April 1870
FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1870. Amokgst! the subjects likelj to engross the immediate attention of the forth coming' Parliament is that of tele graphic communication with Europe, and the question naturally arises, Will it be conducive to the interests of this colony--pecuniarily and politically--to undertake so important a work as that proposed by Commander Osborne, namely, the. construction, management, and maintenance of the line across3 the continent to some suitable point on the Northern .coast Commander Osborne is the representative of an experienced and powerful company j that requires no responsibility, but relies wholly on the trafiicfor pay ment, and merely asks that Australia should supply the neces sary facilities for bringing the tele graphic appliances to our shore, allot ments for stations, and assist in defining a land track. The company represent that they have a reluctance to encounter the obstacles and possible dangers in erecting and maintaining a line through an unsettle...
THE ACTRESS AND THE BUSHRANGER. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
THE ACTRESS AND THE BUSH RANGER. (FrGm tiie Australasian.) Jenny Briar was one of the prettiest litttle burlesque actresses Australia had ever seen. She was rather below the medium height, ex ceedingly slight without being thin, and with tiny hands and feet. Her complexion was a clear olive, her hair black, soft, and rippling, her eyes large, and softened by long dark lashes that curled up at the ends. She had an impertinent little retrousse nose, that some of her admirers de clared to be the prettiest feature in her face, and worth all the Grecian noses ever chiselled or imagined. She had a sweet voice, both in singing and speaking, and an excellent taste in dress. The latter she had acquired from a French dancer to whom she had been apprenticed for. a time. X dare say her dainty appearance, and her piquant saucy maimer, which was that of a spoiled child, and not of an impu dent woman, contributed in no small degree to her success. But besides these gifts of perspn and temperament;...
The Aorthern Argus. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
mtltfii FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1870. THE report of Mr. Goyder on the Vic torian Land Act has at length appeared, and although that gentlemen has failed to give us some details of the working of the measure, still it will he of great use in assisting* our legislators in ar riving at some satisfactory settlement of the much-vexed question of Land Reform. Mr. Goyder commences with a brief review of the quantity of land sold prior to 1858, from which it appears that 2,761,515 acres were alienated, but not in a manner calculated to secure a desirable occupation of the soil, the auction system offering- great facilities to capitalists to become larg*e possessors. To remedy this alleged defect, the Land Act of 1800 was specially framed, chiefly with a view to benefit the agri culturist. The Act, so far as country lands were concerned, placed the whole [country after survey, including lands I held by the squatters, open to selectors l at £1 per acre; and we are told that no consideration was shown ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES (From the " Government Gazette," April 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES (From the " Government Gazette," April 28.) SPUING GULI/T.-Dark roan or roan bay mare, black point?, email star on forehead, H over Pk near shoulder, j cff shoulder, with blue roan filly foal, no brand visible; roan filly, email lump on belly, no brand -visible, appa rently progeny of same mare; 290 sheep, meetly branded K on rump, few B, and like another brand, few illegible brand, branded o on rump, few no brand visible. To be sold May 23. J. Boyd, poundkeeper. AUBURN.-Bay mare, very poor, white stripe in face, hind feet white, like EE near shoulder; brown mare, old, like a over KB off shouold&lt;;r. To be sold May 7. P. Currau, poundkeeper. WHITWABTAV-Aged bay mare, star in fore head, saddle and collar marked, like o over - near side neck. To be said May 23. J. Brooks, poundkeeper. RIVEKTON.-White and red cow, cff horn hooped, near horn cocked, no brand visible. To be sold May 23. H. Saunder?, poundkeeper. MELROSE.-Black horse, very poor, book brand nea...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE, May 2. Present-Messrs; Gleeson ( n the chai), ETunter, Hitehcox, iand Bray. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirme ;. Clerk reported having, iii conjunction with Messrs. Gleeson and Gower, drawn up a memorial petitioning his Excellency Sir James Fergusson to divide the district into five wards. A copy of the same was laid on the table. Clerk al$o reported calling tenders for work pegged out by Mr- Bradtke at Spring Gully. Mr. Hunter repcr.'ed letting repairs of ford and road at North Armagh to Owen Clark. The Chairman stated that the manager of the ID., S , and A. C. Bank had refused to allow the Council an overdraft without consulting Mr. Spence. The Cli rk was instructed to collect all rates now overdue, and give notice in the Northern Argu-> th it all rates remaining unpaid one week after s~id notice would be sued for. Tenders sent in fo be opened at next meeting. Adjourned for a week.
DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. WRECKS ALONG THE COAST. (From the Advertiser.) Sydney. May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. WRECKS ALONG THE COAST. (From the Advertiser.) Sydney. May 2. At West Maitland the rain commcnced again on Thursday, the back water still rising. Two miles of railway line were washed away, and two lives lost in the Hunter District. At Windsor the water rose 20 feet during the night, and continued rising at the rate of one foot per hour. Great alarm is felt for fhe safety of the set tlers. Boats were sent down, and rescued a number of females from a housetop. There are also great floods at Penrith, Dun ba»-s and Wa®ga Wagga. At Yass the new bridge, 7,000 bushels of wheat, and Barber's mill were washed away. A family of four at Shoalhaven hare been drowned. There have also been terrible gales along the coast, and a heary sea at the South Head. The lifeboats have been lauched. The schooner Alcandre put in, having lost her canvas, boat, main boom, and bulwarks. The schooner Nation foundered at Broken Bay. The ketch Dauntless was wrecked at Fort Ho...
THE FLINDERS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
THE FLINDERS ELECTION. The following is the final result of the polling, from which it will he seen that Messrs. G-lee son and Watts have been elected members for the di-tri'tf: Glecscn ... ... ... ... 218 W&tts ... 177 Swan ... ... ... ... 115 Coglin ... ... ... ... 2 The plumpers were-For Gleeson, 70; Watte, 65; Swan, 15. The number cn the roll was 1,385, 364 only voting. Two daughters of Mr. Tarling, magistrate, of Bega, New South Wales,have been committed for trial on a charge of infanticide committed six years since," A Yankee in one of our towns was boasting of his country, and among the rest, he said, " There are springs in our country where the most sparkling sodawater can be had already prepared." " Why, ttat is nothing to a lake in the North," said a hearer, with a perfectly seriouB countenance. " There you can procure the most delicious champagne, already bottled, and the bankB are made of sponge cake." Some years ago a clergyman was preaching to a large audience ...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (From the Otago Daily Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 May 1870
THE WAR IN NEW ZEA.LA.ND. ("From the Otago Daily Times.1 \~ O J "-J The following communication has been tele* graphed to the Government by Mr. Ormond: - 11 Mr. Locke, who returned by the Rangatira, eays that the t Sect of the late success on the East Coast has been very great; that our allies look upon Te Kooti's influence as gone, while the doubtful natives, like the Whakatoheas, are thoroughly crushed. Maraetai, the pah taken by R ipata, was Te Kooti'a chosen res!in« place; he had large cultivations there, as well as great native houses and a church. A few days before he was attacked he told the people that the place could never be reached by our forces. There are only six of the Chatham Island prisoners left ; 14 were killed at Maraetai. The number &lt; f men who escaped with Te Kooti is 19. " The report of the ^killing of Kereopa at Ohinemuri was not correct. Kereopa is with Te Kooti. It was Te Waru, the prisoners say, that was shot at Ohinemuri. He and Kereopa were dre...