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HOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
HOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. (To the Editor of THE I^OETHEEN ARGUS) She-In your issue of the 10th met. I notice a-very sensible, letter .from "J. St j lee," in answer to Mr. Jarman. There are one or two items in Mr. Jarman's letter that Mr. Styles has forgotten, which I shall be glad to answer for him. Towards the: end of his letter, Mr. Jarman sneers at Mr. Brightas the" father of the line." Wow, Mr. Jarman, I boldly say that Mr. Bright has jevery reason to be -proud of the line, for whether the fcamway makes all oar fortunes, or whether it ruins us all, in getting the Bill passed Mr. Bright fulfilled the wishes of a large majority of his constituents, and if there is any blame connected with-it, it should fall on the shoulders of the memorialists and those who got up the monster meeting. When the peti tion was given to Mr. Bright, he was bound in honor to do his utmost to ftilfil the wishes of his. constituents, and he did it well. Again, Mr. Jarman intimates it. was...
NOTES ON THE FAR NORTH. (BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
NOTES ON THE EAR NORTH. (by OUE OWHf COKEBSPOSfDEJTT.) There have been heavy floods to the north west of Mount Margaret, on the newly disco vered country occupied by Mr. Boss, manager for Messrs. Elder & Co. It appears-from reli able information that no less than 1,000 sheep fell victims to the watery element, and further more it was said that if the rain continued for a Few more hour?, the men and the remainder of the sheep would undoubtedly have shared the same fate. Both men and stock were bound on an islaid with just sufficient room for them to exist. Howe ver, the water gradually sub sided^ and no further losses occurred. When the weather permits, the travelling party intend starting en route for Beltana, so as to be down in the latter end of August for shearing. I was conversing with an intelligent indivi dual a few days a^o, who informs me that he accompanied Mr. Ross on an exploring expedi tion, in quest of a track to Lake Hopp. They journeyed for a week, when they w...
LOCAL COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, JUNE 14. FULL JURISDICTION. (Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., W. L. Beare, J.P., and C. KIMBER, J P.) BEST V. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
LOCAL COURT-GLARE TUESDAY, JUNE 14. FULL JUEISDICTION. (Before Messrs. J, Varley, S.M., W. L. BEARE,, J.P.4 and C. TIMBER, J P.) BEST V. WHITE. Claim, £4.0. Mr. Gower appeared for plain tiff, and Mr. Emerson for; defendant. This was . a case in which the plaintiff sued defendant for . damages sustained bytbe latter taking certain cattle without permission. All witnesses were ordered out of Court. Edward Henry Best deposed: X live on Blyth Plains, and am a farmer and storekeeper. I know the defendant. He sent for me on the 29th April. Was in the store at the time, and defendant was on the road near my place. I went to him, and he asked me whether those cattle (pointing to them) were mine. I said yes. He said he was sorry, but he should have to distrain them for Mr. Seed's rent, having found them on his section. I told him that I was not aware they were trespassing, there being no fence between Mr. Reed's section and my own. I had no notice from Mr. Reed or anyone else that they were ...
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 Present-Councillor K^lly, Powell, and iTele. Councillor Kelly was elected to the chair by ballot. The Town Clerk informed the Council that the meeting was convened by him for the pur pose of announcing the vacancy of the office of Mayor. The Act was very vague; therefore, he thought it beet to convene the meeting to fix the day for the nomination of some person to fill the- office. Councillor Fels proposed, and Councillor Powell seconded, that the nomination take place on Saturday next, at noon. Carried. Ue9olve&lt;?, that Councillor Powell attend on the day of nomination. Resolved, that notices be printed and posted about the town announcing the day of nomina tion, and that a notice to the same effect be inserted in the Northern Argus.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
0 L A RE S T E A M FLOUB AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PEOPEDSTOE. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. J A ME S GSBEN WOOD,] CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOISEILEE, STATIONEJR, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STREET, CLARE. [4 J> E R C Y ^wT D Y E B, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. W H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, Mintabo, Has always in stock a large assortment ofj English and Colonial Saddlery of every de- j scription, which he sells at remarkably low] prices. Persons intending to purchase would do well to call and see for themselves j and E. W. guarantees to give satisfaction. E. AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. . l*\ THOMSON, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER (Near Exmouth Hotel), SADDLEWORTH. J M c C A U L~~, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, CLARE, [4 iT H O S I E R, SOLICITOR, Tows HALL, CLASS. MOISEY to LEND. [4 W E L L S , BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, CLARE. [4 EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina. Thomas Mitchell, Proprietor...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. '* Northern Argue," office, Thuredaj evening, June 16. /wheat, 4s 7d Flour, £11 per ton of 2000 lbs u per bag, 22s (cash) . Bran, Is Sd per bushel . Pollard, le 6d per bushel Chafl^ £5 Oa Freish butter Is lOd per lb Potted butter, none '. Eggs, le per doz - .. Bacon, lOd per lb Ham, none Cheese, colonial, Is 2d; English, Is 9d -Potatoes, 6s 6d per cwt. - Onions, 2d per lb. AUBURN. Jane 16. j Wheat, 4s 83 per bueihel» flour, 24s perj bag; bran, Is 5d per bushel; pollard, Is 8d per j bushel; chaffj £4 10s per ton j oats, 5s per bushel; ^crushed barley j 5s Od per bushel; seed" barley, 5s per bu&bel; -bread, 3 Jd per 21b loaf jJ beefj 5d to 6d per lb; mutton, 2d to 3d per lb.; potatoes, 63 6d; onions, 2d per lb; butter, Is 10i j bacon, 8d per lb; eggs, Is "per dcz. ADELAIDE. June 15. Wheat, 5s 4d Flaur,£Q WB to £12 IQa :
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
FRIDAY, JUNE -17, 18?0. ' IN last week's issue we gave an epitome! .9? the land resolutions introduced by the Government, and we have now to add that after considerable debate they have, with some alterations, been ac cepted by the House of Assembly, and without doubt will soon be embodied in a bill. There is one very important addition to fthe resolutions, which will . go a great way towards inducing the immig'ration of a cla^s entirely inde pendent of eleemosynary aid, and who are so. much more ^acceptable as colo nists than the impoverished lot that have, at the expense of the State, hitherto deluged our shores 5 it is as follows: - "That every male adult hereafter "arriving in this colony from Great Britain and Ireland at Ins own cost, and selecting and occupying lands here in accordance with the terms spe cified intheforegomg resolutions, shall be enabled to claim a credit in the pay ment for such lands equal to the amount paid for the passage hi ther of himself and his family,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 June 1870
NOTICE is hereby given that the NOM- &nbsp; NATION of a CANDIDATE or CANDI DATES to supply the vacancy caused by the decease of the late Mayor, Charles Houlton Webb, Esq., for the OFFICE OF MAYOR of the said Town will be held at noon on SATURDAY, the 18th day of June, instant, at the Local COURT-HOUSE, Clare. Letter of nornination +o be lodged at the Office of the Town Clerk previous to such named hour; and ifmriiy than ione Candidate will 'he' nominated1 for the said office of Mayor, all further proceed ings will be adjourned to the 22nd day of J uue, instant, and iiotice thereof given. : Town Clerk's Office, Clare, June 15,1870. By order, WILLIAM LENNON, Town Clerk. ISTRI.CT ,.0| C L A R E NOTICE is hereby given that the ANNUAL MEETIN& of RATEPAYERS of the above District will be held in the/yCOUNGIL OFFICE, Old Police Station, CLARE, on. MONDAY, July 4th, next ensuing, at Ten o'clock a.m., for the ^purpose of NOMI NATm&lt;& THREE COUNCILLORS in the ...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.I THURSDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. I THURSDAY, JUNE 16. I Two petitions against oppressive interference with the East End Market were presented. A letter-from the New South Wales Govern ment was read, removing the prohibition upon the introduction of South* Australian sheep into that colony. Motions affirming the desirability of surveying a million acres of laud before 1st January, 1871, and selling scrub lands on deferred payments were brought forward, and having been briefly discussed were withdrawn. Mr; B.richai;ff'8 motion for granting occupa tion licences en gold-fields under certain condi tions was negatived. The House adjourned till Friday, July 22.
POLICE COURT—AUBURN. Thursday, June 16. (Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
POLICE COURT-AUBURN. Thubsday, June 16. (Before Mr. J. Yarley, S.M.) John Ryan, of Saddleworth, was charged on the information of Richard Dempsey, police constable, with haying, on the 14th day of April last, at Saddleworth, at a lawfully appointed polling booth for the electoral district of the Burra, unlawfully vote a second time at the same election for the said district. Charles Rufus Goode sworn: I live near Saddleworth. X remember the 14th day of April last. An election for the Burra district took place that day. I was acting as Returning Officer at Saddleworth, a polling place in the electoral district of the Burra. I produce a certified copy of that portion of the roll for the Burra district containing the names of persons entitled to vote at Saddleworth. It bears the signature of the Returning Officer for the dis trict. The name of John Ryan is on the roll (marked A). A person of the name of John Ryan voted at the said election. To the best of my belief the John Ryan who vo...
LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. THURSDAY, JUNE 16. (Before Messrs. John Varley, S.M., Arthur King, J. P., and P. M.'NAMARA.) FULL JURISDICTION. SOWTON V. KIRKPATRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. T HUES DAT, JTFUE 16. Messrs. John Varley, S.M\, Arthur E«N^, J. P., and P. M'JNAMARA.) FULL JUBISDICTION. SOWTON V, KIRKPATBICK. Claim for £20 4?, being balance of dishonored acceptance. Defendant pleaded the general issue. Mr. Williams appeared for the plaintiff, and callcd JSiehoias Sowton, who deposed : I know the defendant. I produce a bill bearing the defen dant's signature. Defendant has paid a portion, and I now claim the balance. The defendant appeared and said he did not admit owing the amount claimed, and that he gave the plaintiff an order on the Rhyme Dis trict Council for the amount. Mr. Sowton was recalled, and said that he had not received any sum from the District Council of Khynie. Judgment for plaintiff for £19 7s 8d. M'NAMABA AND ANCTHEB T. EOBINSON. (Mr. Groode here took a seat on the Bench, rendered vacant by the retirement of Mr. M'JSTamara.) Claim for £25, money lent and advanced by the late John M'Namara, deceased. The plain tiffs sued as...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, June 14, Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Ward, Jones, Freeman, and Long. Mr. Free man reported holes near East -Auburn Mill filled tp for 10s by J Cooper. Work let by Mr. Jones, to which was added 7s for grubbing two trees, section 95. * Paid-Gregg, specifica tion 190, £7 on account; Lines, specification 188, £30 on account; Williams, £20, quarter's salary. Mr.,John Bliead, to be appointed acting Overseer during ^the Overseer's indispo sition, for ttie pu*-po e of inspecting till works now in hand, and to report on. next Council day on road from Lpasingham to Mount George. Mr. Jones reported ruts, &s , on road from boundary to Chirikford; same to be done if under £5. Mr. Freeman reported stamps near his house; to get same grubbed if.under £5, John McCarthy allowed a fortnight to pay his rates. Ford:ne^r Wiles's; Overseer to get same dene; :also to get work done near Mar xian's and Millard's, a few loads of stone to be put do...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD, Tuesday, June 21. Present-The Chairman and Messrs. Ward and Freeman. Letter received from Mr. W. T. Bleechmore. From Grown Lands Office as to registering dogs; reply to be sent. From Destitute Board. From Grown Lands Office, as to reserve; also, as to thistles. Mr. Freeman reported work let near Barclay's, at £3 10s; also work at new ford, Sercoondd, at £3. Mr. Ward reported work let near Seabuiy's, at 15s ; also, three chains of metal required near Spicer's to J. Bullock. Overseer to see Bullock, and agree with him as to filling up hollow and making wings at £4 15s; also, as to spoon drain. B»ev. J. Trewin asked for information as to ground at Skilly being converted to a burial yard. Referred to Curator in Adelaide. Overseer reported road near Symons's required blinding about 10 feet wide and 3 feet deep*; also on same road, about four chains of metaL Tenders to be called. Overseer reported work done near Marron's, J". Pratt, at £1; also on work ...
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO FATHER TAPPEINER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO FATHER TAPPEINER. j l A farewell dinner was given to Father Tap peiner, the late Superior of Sevenhills College, i oil Wednesday last, and was held at Mr. Piper's Hotel, Mintaro. Father Tappeiner is from Tyrol, and has been; a resident in the North for the last eighteen year?, and Superior of the College for the last four years. During that time his gentlemanly conduct and easy and lively manner have secured him a large number of friends, who felt that they could not allow him to leave the district without expressing some of their friendly feelings towards him, and considered they could hot do better than give him a complimentary dinner; conse quently, the necessary arrangements were made, and the affair came off on the 22nd instant. About one hundred persons sat down to partake of the excellent repast provided by Host Piper. Mr. W. ID. (riles occupied the chair, supported on his right by the guest of the evening, and on his left by. the present. Superior of ...
THE NOMINATION FOR MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
THE NOMINATION FOR MAYOR. The nomination for the vacant, municipal chair, caused by the death of Dr. Webb, took pldce is the Court-house on Saturday last, at noon. Many were. the conjectures as to - who would contest the honorary seat, and some dis appointment was felt when Mr. E. Beckmann, on being requested by a iarge number of rate payers, declined to stand, having at present personally to attend to his own extensive busi ness j he, however/ intimated that on some future occasion* he ihiglit avail himself, of that hppor. -We are givjen^to ^inderatand tbat several other gentlemen were invited-to come -forward^ but "out of the nuiiiber" Dhly oAe answered favorably to the appeal-Mr. Young*. It,will be remembered that tbisgentleman con tested the Mayoralty at'the last annual election^ and was .defeated. - As the appointed hour drew near on. Satjor4ay, the- ratepayers; evinced little or no interest" as io^ who was nominated or elected 5 .therefore, it is not to. be wondered at that on...
MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 June 1870
MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY. In Grafton-terrace, Old Ford road, there have lived for some time past a man .named Edward Banks and hisi wife. Banks, it seems, was a brick layer, but a man far superior to his position; In better days he had been a builder, and had realised a consider-: able sum, upon which he had retired5 from business. Being-, however, of an' energetic temperament, he seems to have soon grown dissatisfied with a life of ease and rest, and to have again j sought some active occupation. Un- j fortunately for him, he did not return to his old trade, but started a linen draper's shop in Whitecross street. In a few months he found he was losing money. He tried to retrieve his losses by speculation, and succeeded in doubling them. In due course came bankruptcy, and Edward Banks, who had so carefully climbed to the top of the ladder, found himself, now late in life, doing battle for sheer existence on its lowest round. From a prosperous builder to a journeyman bricklayer is no sligh...