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HOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 13 May 1870
IIOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. (To. the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS.) SIB-rYour last issue contains the startling announcement that " all traffic" on that trium phant piece of far-seeing statesmanship-the Port Wakefield Tramway-is closed. If the insane projectors and the misguided supporters of it had been the sufferers, instead of a perse vering, sober, honest, and industrious trades man, the entire community would have cause to be jubilant; but to see one of our old residents, who has successfully surmounted the vicissi tudes of 16 years' local trade ruined in six months by this absurd tramway is a sad sight, and one not without its lessons to every think ing man. When thiB tramway was proposed, it met with a storm of opposition; but opposi tion without unity and organisation, like a charge of powder in a field-piece, makes much noise, but does no execution. The tramway was lauded into existence bv the united and strenuous efforts of influential land agents, embryo w...
KOORINGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 9 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 13 May 1870
KOORINGA. (FfiOM OUB OWN COBEESPONDENT.) May 9 J The general cry in this neighborhood is for rain. We have had plenty of cloudy threaten ing weather daring the last three weeks, bat none fell aatil yesterday, when it rained for about two hours steadily. To-day, however, the ground appears to be almost as dry as ever, and the weather is extremely cold-in fact, it is the coldest day I have felt for many months. 'Canowie and other stations bare been com pelled to start aheep travelling, as the only chance of saving their liveB. I am informed that in some parts of the North-East there is .plenty of feed. The Ulooloo Diggings are, I may say, totally deBerfced ; although there is a party from this place still out prospecting in the neighborhood, but they have been unsuccessful so far, having only obtained a few specks in six week?. The farmers are buBily eagaged sowing, and some I believe have already finished.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 13 May 1870
ON SATURDAY, ti*e 21st MAY, 1870, At 2 o'clock p.m. ? AT SMITH'S YARDS, CLARE. SUPERIOR MOB OF THOROUGHLY , USEFUL DRAUGHT STOCK 2! AR T H TKR KISS & O O areinstructed to sell as above, by Mr. Surton Diproee, of near Watervale, . 20 Jlead of Genuine Draught*.:HOUSES, all qdiefc and broken in, accustomed to ail harness work, cf good size and ages, and perfectly sound. These horses have been worked on the Fort Wake6eld Tramway, - and are therefore very handy and docile to manage. The auctioneers would request particular attention to them, as being a very superior lot indeed. TERMS-Under £10, cssh ; over £10 one month's, over £15 two months', over £20 three months', over £40 six months' approved Acceptances. ON WEDNESDAY the 8th JUNE, 1870, At 12 o'clock noon. . J AT FORD'S HOTEL, CLARE. Arthur king & go are instructed to sell, as above, at 12 o'clock, A large variety of assorted FRUIT TREES, FLOWERING SHRUBS, VINES, &&lt;», &c., comprising, Plum...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 13 May 1870
;^1LABI STEAM ELOUfi AND CHAFF ; MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Phopsietor. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed:! Corn always for sale. A* BURN BREWERY. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER] In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. The Proprietor obtained the ITBST PRIZE! for ALE at the GREAT NORTHERN EXHIBITION 1869. AP A E T K E , . Cabinet Maker, and Upholsterer, CLARE. N.B.-FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. JAMES GREEN W O O D, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,! AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN sTUEET, CLABE. [4 t E 11 C Y W . D Y E R, CHEMIST AMD DRUGGIST, KOORISGA, BURR A BURRA. W H I T FOR D, . Saddle & Harness MAKES, Mxstabo, . ? Has always in stock a 'large ae#oru»ent of J .English and Colonial Saddlery M eve^y de ecriptjon, whichheseUsat rea&fckably lew j prices. Persons intending to purchase would do well to cair and see for themselves ; and E. W. guarantees to give satisfaction. £1 AND C. BECKMANN,! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUS...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Friday, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 13 May 1870
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. tc Northern Argue," office, Friday, May 12. Wheat, 4s 6d Flour, £1110s per ton of 2000 lbB M per bag, 24s Bras, Is 4d per bushel Pollard, le 6d per buBbel Chaffy £5 OB Fresh butter 2s 2d per lb Potted butter, Is 6d Eggs, le per doz Bacon, 8d per lb Ham, lOd Cheese, colonial, Is Od; English, Is 9d Potatoes, 6s 6d per cvt. AUBURN. April 28. Wheat, 4s 7d per bushel; flour, 25s per bag; bran, Is 4d per bushel ; pollard, Is 5d per bushel, chaff, £4 10s per ton; oats, 5s per bushel; crushed barley, 4s 6d per bushel; seed barley, 5s per bushel; bread, 3|d per 2ib loaf; beefj 5d to 6d per lb; mutton, 2d to 3d per lb.; potatoes, 6s 6d; onions, 2d per lb5 butter, scarce; bacon, 8d per lb. ADELAIDE. May 12. Wheat, 5s 3|d Flour, £1110s to £12 10s
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE, Monday, May 9. [Adjourned Meeting.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLA.EE, Monday, May 9. [Adjourned Meeting.} Present-The Chairman (Mr. J. W. Glresor) and-- Messrs. Hunter, Bray, aud Hitclicox. I Clerk to send memorial praying the Governo to divide the district into wards to the Com missioner of Crown Lands. Clerk to collect rates on days not appointed to stay in the offi e, *iz,, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Resolved that no frc-sli tenders Jbe accepted; that thofe now in be returned; and that work now applied for be the first to be attended to next year. Chairman reported having seen manager ofbank, who stated that his instruc tions from Adelaide were'that lie should not make any further advances. Application re ce ved from Patrick Byrns to be sent to Des titue Asylum. Clerk to send him down on Tuesday by Cobb & Co. Application reee'ved from X. Higgins for txfensiori of time to com I piete contract at Sevenhills one month granted. Clerk and Mr. Hitclicox to inspect 1 road by Mr. Temperley'#, aod let to him the nccess...
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
THE GOLDFIELDS. - The continued absence of rain perpetuates the depression existing on the Barossa Diggings, and our correspondent writes that there ie nothing wherewith to make up a letter this week. -- Werlearn that the paicel of geld men tioned in his communication last week as then being cleared- up, disappointed the owners, as it turned out rather lees than two ounces to the ton. Arrangeneen b were made for bringing water to the Victoria .Company's crusher from higher up the cieek, and we believe ic recom menced work to-day.- Crawler Times.
"FATHER COME HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
"FATHER COME HOME." An excessive indulgence of grief is not only to be a voided because it unfits us for tiie performance of the active duties of life, but also because it occa sion ally leads to the annoyance of our fellow-creatures. An instance of the d&ng-er of giving* way to uncontrollable regret was afforded on Saturday at tlie Thames Police Court. A . strongs powerful man, named William Onionr has, it appears, been before the Court about 50 times. He has been taken out of Whitechapel, Sliadwell, and Stephev churchyards at midnight, singing melancholy dirges, alleging as a reason for thus disturbing- the neighborhood that lie was only singing over his father's grave, " Father, come home ;'r although, on the other hand, it has never vet been decided in what ceme tery his lost relation: is interred. On Friday evening his grief took the turn of intoxication, and having with very brutal violence demanded money and liquor from two sailors, he was taken ! into custody, and se...
WOMAN'S PETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
WOMAN'S PETS:1 The military pet often.fills the entire canvas of a woman's imagination, and the representatives of:the Church mili tant pales before the herd of the carnal weapon. He carries fire and sword into a woman's heart, at his appearance the champion of the cope and stole re tires defeated- "The Captain" per sonifies more perfection than we could sum up in a volume, and curiously enough, the woman who adores the churchman may he a still greater ad mirer of the man whose character al ways more nearly approaches her ideal of real manliness Then it exhibits a dash of delightful wickedness. . Her idolatry of the curate may be a mere interlude, but her love for the captain frequently becomes a serious and all absorbing* passion. Her imagination endows him with all the heroic qualities of a theatrical soldier. She thinks of him as marcning to victory with the easy grace and nonchalance with which he saunters into the dra:wing-roQni; How many times he has been wounded, or how many ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
ht mth^rit girps. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1870. AFTER eight or ten days' incessant labor, Mr. Strangways has succeeded iii farming a Ministry, whieh is at the best a sorry one, and gives but little promise of being long-lived. The gentlemen composing it are the fol lowing ;-. Chief Secretary-Hon. A, Stow. Attorney-General-Hon. H. B. T. Strangways. Treasurer-Mr. E. A. Hamilton. Commissioner ot Crown Lands-Mr. W. Cavenagh. Commissioner of Public Works-Mr. F. E. H. W. KrichaufF. It will be seen that three of the above are new to office, and it is there fore not to be wondered at if an almost unanimous prejudice exists against the Ministry. One journal makes the ghoul-like remark that the sentence of death is written on its countenance, and gives it but one week's existence after the meeting o.f Parliament; while another " declines wasting words in considering the prospects of the stabi lity of such a team, those prospects being absolutely nil" With the latter remark we cordially agree, and wil...
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. LIMITED JURISDICTION. (B fore Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) BRADY V. HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
WEDNESDAY, MAT 18. LIMITED JTTBISDICTION. (B fore Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) BRADY V. HOGAIT. Claim for £1 12s, damages for illegally impounding?- Defendant did not appear, and judgment was given for amount claimed. DISTRICT COUNCIL V. WEDGSRT. Claim for £14 8a, three years' rates. Verdict for amount, without costs. XXTHN T. KENNY. Claim for £4, damages for illegal detention of property. Verdict for plaintiff for 40s, to be reduced to Is.on delivery of goods (tools, &c.,) within three days. A crose-information for the illegal detention of a scarifier resulted in a verdict for 10s, to be reduced to Is on return of the property. FENN T. BEBJrSTEIN. Uceatiefied judgment for £4 15s 43. Mr. Grower, who appeared for plaintiff, applied for an order for imprisonment, and gave evidence to the effect that defendant was in a position to pay, as he had so much work to do that he had not been able to make a «oat for him (Mr. Glower), ordered three weeks ago. His Worship sai&ftf>. Go...
FAREWELL CONCERT TO MR. BARTSCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
FAREWELL CONCERT TO MR. BARTSCH. The complimentary benefit concert to Mr. Hermann Burtseh took place on Tuecdayevening last, and was a decided success. Notwith standing the doubtful and somewhat unfavor able state of the weather, the attendance was most satisfactory, the reserved seats being filled to over flowing with the youth, beauty, and fashion of the town and district, while the unreserved portion of the building was nearly full. In fact, the attendance is said to have been the beetever experienced on the occasion of a Glare benefit. We noticed amongst the audience a number of influential residents of Watervale, Auburn, Mintaro, and the neigh boring townships. The hall was brilliantly illuminated and presented a .gay appearance, the bunting and curtains of the stage adding considerably to the effect. A few minutes past eight o'clock the conce t -(or, more correctly speaking, miscellaneous entertainment, as it consisted of music, magic, readings, and recitations)-commenced with...
LOCAL COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, MAT 17. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION. E., S, AND A. C. BANK V. SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
LOCAL COURT-CLARE. TUESDAY, MAT 17. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION. E.. S . AND A. C. BANK Y. SPABES. Claim for £4 7s 7d, bill of exchange. Messrs. Bruoe and Eof>i&lt; r for plaintiff; Messrs. Emerson and Gower for defendant". Henry Catt deposed-Was clerk in the em ployment of W. Paterson & Co. Kemember receiving money for bill produced. Handed it over to Mr. Paterson. By Mr. Bruce-Believe tke bill was in the bank at time of payment. G. B. Moules deposed-The signature on bill produced is that of Paterson & Co. The bill was put in the bank against an overdraft. Cross-examined-Have not got the bank ledger wjtb me. Was not in the habit of let ting nr. Paterson have bills out when he liked. Might have known at the time that he was setting bilk cut of the bank after payment. There was no arrangement with Paterson with respect of tho^e bills. Mr. Goodchild did not tell me before Paterson that he had made an arrangement, with him. By Mr. Bruce-...
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
WATERVALE. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT ) Mav 28. During the last two or three weeks there ha? been a dearth of news in this mighborhood, and even now I hare little to report, except that most seasonable rains have gladdened the hearts of our agricultural friends, who may be seen industriously at work on their farms in all di rections. The pyrotechnic display intended to take place on May 25 has been postponed sine d e, as the public seemed to lake little interest in the matter, and the committee did not feel justified in attempting it with the small means placed at their command. Paid subscriptione, therefore, have or will be returned to the donors. Mr. H. Syraone is building a large forge for his own use on the piemises lately occupied by Mr. Berriman ; the dimensions are, 43ft x 30ft. Mr. Sjmons also intends building a dweiling-houee adjoinirg the smithy Our local medical man has been compelled by ill-health to resign out-door practice, but will continue to see patients at the dis...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," May 12.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the *' Government Gazette." MaT 12.) AUBUBN.-Light grey horse, broken kneep, shod, like C with over near shoulder. To be sold May 21. P. Curran, poundkeeper. KOOBENGA.-Grey mare, saddle and collar marked,like FA near shoulder black mate, like H near thigh, like JX conjoined near shoulder; bay mare, star, like 74 wi«h &lt;iover off shoulde r; bay horec, foal of the above, indescribable biand near shoulder ; dark grey entire colt, no brand visible. To be sold May 23. Black and white sow and st ven f igs. To be sold May 13. 13. Macnamara, poundkeeper. LEASENGHAM.:-Bisck pony mare, advertised last week like JH off ehoulder, ie like JF ofl shoulderj CoUar inarked. To be sold June 6 H. Solly, poundkeeper. WHITWHATA.-Bed bullock, white on belly and rump, branded like ML near rump j brindie bullock, hoop horns, like JS near rump; roan bullock, piece off near ear, like jr within triangle near rump. To be sold June 6. J. Brooks, poundkeeper.
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 19. We have had a week of showery w&lt;a&lt; her, which has given the ground a good soaking This is very acceptable to all, especially our agriculturists. Our tradesmen are still com plaining of the excerdmg dulnees of the times. People are still lesving the neighborhood. I have no doubt, if the weather continues so favorable, confidence will be restored and busi ness improve; and should we be bleat wrh a good season, a gocd harvest may be looked for. The Weeltyans held their chapel anniversary on Sunday last. Three sermons were preached by the Kev. T. James, of Adelaide, to crowded congregations. On Monday the tea and public meetings were held, Mr. T. Thomas occupying the chair. Addtesses were given by the Revs. T. James, J. Trewin, and A. Stubbf. I believe the proceeds amounted to upwards of £50. Votes of thanks to the rev. gentlemen, ladies, Chairman, &e., wound up an interesting meet ing, the attendance at which w...
THE WALLAROO COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
THE "WALLAROO COPPER MINE. . Ip ,1a probable that; few of our readers are acquainted with.the, importance and eitensire, workings of the .Wallaroo Copper Mine. Sketches of other mining industries occasionally appear in . the metropolitan .journals, but the one alluded to appears to have been entirely overlooked, and consequently very little is known of its management, yield, or dimensions. The reason given for thit», we understand, is the unwillingness of the conductors to impart the desired informal'on. However, having had an opportunity of visiting the Peninsula, we tock a stroll through the mine, and picked up a few items which may prove interesting to our readers. The mine is situated about a mile from Kadina, in a south-westerly direction, and is at present under the management of Captain Hancock. About the centre of the mine is the main shaft (Taylor'*), which is 70 fathoms in depth. The pre is brought to the surface by steam machinery. - Some 150 "fathoms to the east of Tajlo...
POLICE COURT—CLARE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
POLICE COURT-CLARE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. (Before Mr. J. Variey, S.M.) ASSAULT. - John Gard was charged with assaulting William Buck on the 4th of Apri*, in Main-st., Clare. William Buck deposed-Live in Clare; am a tinsmith. Saw prisoner on the 4th April Was talking to a lady (Mrs. Durrani) in the street when the prisoner struck me, and then ran away. Had not spoken to him previously. Cross-examined-It was on Monday, 4th April. Was not drunk on that day- Never said go borne you bum beggar. G-ard struck me on tbe head. There was a mark of a blow on my head. Was not at all ** misty" on that day. Was knocked senseless for a minute. It was about 3 o'clock. Caroline Durrant deposed-Live in Clare. Remember speaking to Mr. Buck on the 4th April. Some man came and knocked him on the head. The blow displaced his hat and staggered him. Mr. Buck did not say anything to prisoner previous to the blow being struck. Cross-examined: Don't think the blow was given maliciously. The man walked away. Will...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 May 1870
A N D AT O L A R E . TENDERS will be received by thp Under signed up to the lat June next from persons desirous of PURCH ASING all or any of the following ALLOTMENTS, situate in the Township of Clare, ^iz : - Allotments 16A, 18A, 3A, 5A, 13A, 19A, 21A, 23A, 39A, 1B, 2B.. 3B, 4B, 5B, 6B, 7B, 9B, 11B, 12B, 13B, 14B, 15B, 21B, :23B, 24B, 25B, 28B, 30B, 31B, 32B, 38B, 43B, 44B. CTJLLEN & WIGLEY, Solicitors, Exchange Office*, Xing William street-, Adelaide. NOTICE.-All Pig , Dogs, Goats, and Fowl?, TRESPASSING on Sections 430, 429,419,420, and 404, Hundred of Clare, will be DESTROYED after this date, and all Cattle impounded. EDWARD HUNrER. Honeysuckle Park, May 20,1870. PIGEON MATCH will be held on ih usual ground, on 24th inst., Queen's Birthday. Birds, 91 each. BY ORDER. WAN!ED, TEAMS to CART FLOUR from the Penworsham Mill to WAL LAROO and KOORLN GA. JNO. ROACH.