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WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gezette," June 30) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 July 1870

WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Govwi.ment Qezette," June 30 ) John Care, of Hamilton, innkeeper. John Clarke, of Meadow?, cattle dealer. Boberfc Leland Pape* of Adelaide, general dealer.

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COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 July 1870

COMMERCIAL. CURE. u Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, July 7. Wheat, 4s 7d Flour, £11 10s per ton of 2O0Q lbs ** per bag, 23a (cash); Bran, Is 5d per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel Chafij £5 Qs Fresh butter 2s per lb Potted butter, none Eggs, Is 2d per dox. Bacon, 8d per lb Ham, none Cheese, colonial, Is 3d; English, le 9d Potatoes, 7s per cwU , : Onions, 2d per lb. AUBURN. July 5< "Wheat* 4s 8d per bushel; flour, 259 per bag; bran, le 4d per bushel; pollard, Is 5d per bushel 'y. chaff, £& Os per ton; oats, 5s per bushel; crushed barley, 5a Od per bushel; eeed barley, 5s per bushel; bread, 3£d per 21b loaf; betfj o.l to 6d per lb j inuttou, 2d to 3d per lb.; pjt^ioeex 68 6d; onions, 2d j.er lb; butter, Is a 3d j bacon, 8d per lb; eggp, Is per dt i, ADELAIDE. July 6, Wheat, 5s 4d to 5a 5d Flour, £1110) to £13

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE. NOMINATION FOR COUNCILLORS AND AUDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 July 1870

DISTRICT COUNCILS. GLARE. NOMINATION FOB COUNCILLORS AMD AUDITORS. The nomination for three Councillors for the I Clare District and two Auditors in piace of | those who are either retiring or going out of office by effluxion of time, was held at the Old Police Station on Monday last. There was not a large number of ratepayers present, but those who did attend seemed bent on business. Mr. Samuel Bray, one of the retiring Coun cillors, acted in the capacity of Returning Officer. The following are the candidates no minated a* Councillors, with the names of their proposers and seconders: Thomas Roberts, proposed by John Eiffe, and seconded by Thomas Pascoe. William Letts, proposed by Alex. M'Donald, and seconded by W. Hitchcox. Francis Trezise, proposed by Thomas Pascoe, and seconded by John Carter. Edward Hunter, proposed by William Letts, and seconded by Alex. M'Donald. Samuel Lloyd, proposed by John Carter, and seconded by William Letts. John Emery, proposed by William flitch cox an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 July 1870

jQi L ABE STEAM FLOUjtl AND CHAFF MILLS, OHABLfiS EIMBEB, Pbofbietqe. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff,, and Crushed Corn always for sale. .. J AMES/ G B EE N WOOD, CHEMIST, AND DBUGGIST, BOOK3ELLEB, STATIONER,, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STREET, CLABB. [4 J) E B C Y W. D Y E B, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOOBINGA,' BUBBA BUBBA. W H I T F O B D, . SADDLE & Habjtess MAKES, Mixtatw, Has always in stock a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de script ion, which he sells at remarkably low prices. Persons intending to purchase would do well to call and see for themselves; and E. "W. guarantees to give satisfaction. AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS - ? _J4 T S O M S O N !,j # DRAPER, AND I GENERAL STOREKEEPER (Near Exmouth Hotel), SADDLEWOBTH. J M c C A U L , WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, C L A B E, [4 H. W E L L S , BAKER and CONFECTIONEB, CLARE. [4 JH A B D E B . CABINET MAKER, &o, CLARE, Has a good stock of Furniture always on hand, a d ...

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ALIVE IN THE DEAD-HOUES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

ALIVE IN THE DEAD-HOttES. The San Francisco Alta Calvfomia gives an account of the experience of a German who was supposed to have died in that city, and whose body was. immediately removed and placed in the dead-house attached to the hospital in which he had been under treatment: --The body was deposited in ai case where two other bodies had already been placed, and between them. The cover was put on and the keeper of the dead-house retired for the night. About midnight a loud screaming and yelling of the most {unearthly character was heard in the dead-house. The keeper of the dead-liouse was sought after, but, being tfware of whathe quired to do,1 he sought cdri&itnfant, prefering to let the ghosts fight3tout among themselves rather then attempt to become peacemaker; When at last he was prevailed upon to proceed; to the dead«house and open the ,doer, ;thef ghostly form of the German, whoseJife had been a few hottrs previously pro nounced extinct, and who had5 been dressed ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," July 7.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the <f Government Gazette," July 7.) Bj-j&lng uraLT.-White pony mare, low get, grey tail, little grey on the mane, like M or w near shoulder, bridle marked on the nose. To be sold July 18. J. Boyd, poundkeeper. Blinman.-Black filly, star, off hind foot white, like IB near shoulder; chestnut entire colt, like T or H near shoulder; bay horse, sixteen hsr-ds high, star, snip, both hind fe I white, ewitc" tail, blotched brand near ehoul der. To beeold J une 18. D. Cox, poundkeeper. LE SINGHAM. - Grey horse, like MB con joined witn n ever near shoulder. To be sold August 1. H. Solly, poundkeeper. Saddleworth.-Black mare, blaze down face, sore back, no brand visible. To be sold July 19.-Bea heifer, white spots, near ear slit,: no biand visible. To be sold August 2. M. j foster, poundkeeper. , Whitwarta.-Bay mare, aged, small; star, I like 8 pff shoulder; bay colt, two years old, white,face, hind feet little white, like BP off; rump, illegible b...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

{TheK Darossa Correspondent of the X3*wler Ti&es .ays :-A prospecting claimwas granted by the Wardenon TuesdeytoSeown and party., Aprospeet was taken on tbe«pot of four buckets of washdirt, which gave somewhat over three-,: fourths of a penny weighs of rougbish gold, but the bottom not fairly cleaned up, and the aiverage wiUbe superior." This willprobaljry prove a%ery r^unerattveclaim.1 The smkaig M-teroiQgh-B floorof soft; eW^bree or four ~>feet Seep, and rtii Titiiegu^Kr bfthi^fe&wfde, between "Sfcelletf te dkmahd tHe centre of thehill,io almeWitfa i kittle sur face pat chat the fop point o( it, famous as bepg the spot wher# Van Hainatt* "alleged he found an ounce Doeget 13 months ego or more. The Grten Gully % ~boiv < he .scene of f»e-h opera tion?. Tiro parties who have recently been1 at ;work there in hiil and gully have discovered, payable ground. Biggs and Livesey continue to work at . their reef below the post-office 11. Spike Gully. Here is a s...

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A PERILOUS VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

A PERILOUS VOYAGE. There is now being fitted up in Liverpool, from which place she will sail in the course of a few days, a small boat, about 20 feet long*, called the City of Raguse. The vessel is the property of Captain Pimorez, but she will be sailed by Captain J. C. Buck ley i her destination after leaving the Mersey being New York; from whence, should all go well, these adventurous voyageurs intend making the return trip. Both gentlemen appear confident that with the course they have planned out for themselves and fair weather they will be able to reach New York in about 50 days. The City of Rag-use is being made as comfortable and as seaworthy as possible. She is covered over her whole length, and lined in side to the flooring, having a man hole, or cockpit, amidships. Down " below" is fitted up with as much comfort as the limited space would permit of. There is a patent stove; for cooking the provisions--there being three months' supplies on board-on the voyage; and also the ...

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MURDER AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

1 I j ? ? . 43C t^swtpk.i t, r - . » . "t Michael Nng^iit^.lPatrick Wa*il,,ahd Patrick Wilkinson were brought up on remand, charged will wilful murder. Mr. Ghubb appeared on behalf of the prisoners, William Butler Was the first witness. exaw4®d. He, deposed ltd being1 a^raiier,'hiding' atthe Redbank Plains., Was returning from the Ipfs wich racecourse, on the' evening of the 9th. inst.,in company with Francis Butler and his wife, when- the three prisoners rode up to them,1 and Nugent struck one of their horses with a heaVy whip. Deceased told him not to do that arid Nugent replied that he would beat him and his horse as long as he could stand over him. Nugent then rode on, and Wilkinson and War4 came back; and Ward, addressing Francis Butler, said, " How can I allow my brother-in law to be run down?" Butler replied, "You have nothing to stand." Ward then .pulled his coat off and -made a j rush at Francis Butler, whilst Wilkinson tackled him (witness). The two former rolled a couple ...

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The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

©ft* Jmifftfn FRIDAY, JULY li 187$. Parliament WUI meet again shortly for the prosecution of business; it may, therefore, be naturially surmised, tliat &pme of the'great questions of the day W|ll be takeninbaiid and disposed of in some shape or other-whether to the advantage of the colony is yet to he ascertained. . The Clare and Wal laroo Railway will probably -come in for a share of discussion, and numerous arguments pro. and eon will doubtless he used. It is some-consolation for the Northern residents-and those on the Peninsula ta inow that several of our representatives, including the members for Stanley and those for Port Ade laide, are favorable to the spheme, knowing that the construction: of the proposed line .would benefit the -colony at large. There are, however* others in the House who probably know com paratively little about the cequire naents -of,,this.parJLof the_ country, and who will use all their energy and in fluence against the work. The majority of these...

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RHYNIE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

£ . j^HYSlE ^ECtlOws, j ? * : '5 » * » "' . P . ' . . ' t '« > ' ' . 1. 4 " " The election of Councillors and Auditors for the Rhynie District' Council in p^aoeof thpse who had gone out of office took plaoe oni Mon day, July 11. Mr.: H. Kewson acted as. Re turning Officer for Alma Ward, and Mr* P. M. Keyille far Rhynis Ward. The following is the result of the poll for the different wards: . ' ' O. TTNCHiIOBB. .. Rhynie Ward, * . Robert Kemp-..... ... : ... 21:, J.(H.;Csrr:ow. .... ... ... 2 ; P.M. Cotes" ... ... ... 0 The Retuin ng Officer declared Mr.' Robert Kemp duly elected. - . A- I Alma Ward. ; . . : . Philip $mith ... ... , ... -32 Peter Oonley ... ... ... 31. Gep/Crittevidon... ... ... 13 David Smith ... ... ... 13 James Cailary ... . ... ;... 10 Gavin Freeburn... ... ... 10 Michael MurpTiy ... ... 2 AUJMTOES. ; Thomas O'Loughiin f . . . ... 34 1 G-eorge Robinson ... ... 11= , James O'Loughiin 7 ? ... 1, By the casting-FOjhe of the Returning Officer, Mr. David South was d...

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HOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. (To the Editor of The Northern Argus) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

HOYLE'S PLAINS AND PORT ' WAKEFIELD TRAMWAY. ? t > § (To the Editor of THE J^OBTKEEjfeAEcus > SIB-Iti your last issue appeared a letter signed by Mr. Paul B&dcbck, wherein he doubts the eortecfcness of my replies in answer to Mr. Jarman's. My statement was that nearly twice 60,000 bushels of whieathad passed over the line already. ' Mr. Badcock denies this, and asserfs " that when hd was lessee be drily bffuled ^000.w Unfortunately, he did not retain the line s few wreks longer ; if he had done so the quantity would have; exceeded more than the balance therefore the figures he kindly supplies us with only go to prove my statement. Mr. Badcock then advances, nay statement, and; puts his comments on it thus: -" Mr. Styles aoks Mr. Jarrean if he knows that in 1868 400.000 bushela were shipped from; Port Wakefield. Does Mr. Styles know this ? If so^h/ knows what no man in the co'a' y is able to prov In reply to this I wculcl draw Mr. Badcock's attention to the following re...

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SOIREE AT WATERVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

SOIREE AT WATERVA1E. The first of is eeries of entertainments con sisting of vocal, and instrumental music, read ings and recitation?, was held in the Foresters' Hall, Watervale, on Ihursday evening, July 7, the performers being lady and gentlemen ama teurs. The weath r was extremely favorable, which would probably have induced a number of persons residing at a distance to take a trip to Wa'ervale oh the occasion, bad sufficient publicity been given of the event taking place. However,the directors will probably rectify such .a mistake for the future, when they may expect a larger audience than was present on this occa sion. The double motive for which the enter tainments are being got up is highly creditable to the promoters, beicg that of affording cheap and useful amusement, find clearirg the debt oiftheHalL The programme on Thursday was a choice one, and the performances commenced about 8 o'clock by- Mri Arthur King, who made a few remarks regarding the object of the enteitain me...

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LIGHT RAILWAYS. (To the Editor of The Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

LIGHT RAILWAYS. {To thej&ditpr of THE ^OETHEEjr AEGTJS.) Sot-The question of light railways is one which iB exciting great interest at- the present 'ime. "At the iast meeting of- the Adelaide iPhilosophiealSociefy his ^Excellency |tbe Go vernor, who was in the chair, remarked in reference iothfe NortheraExtetision line, f< that be was one of those who was not afraid to sb J that if their railways were tobewidcly extended they must be constructed at a cheaper rate yet." The railways of this; province have, for sing'e lines, been made at an ienormous cost. The Pert line cost £14,000per mile, and" tbe line to Gawler £l 1jO0O pe* toife* In later times tbe Bnrra ExtertKinn has been conetrtieted by Mr* Mais for £5,000 per mile, arnilfr, Bright points triujmphantly to a certain length on tbe Port Wakefield Railway which was made for the comparatively moderate sum of per mile. We are certainly conetructioglinw of .-railway a£a much less ^xpeaee now. than used to bethe cas...

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STANLEY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

STANLEY ELECTIONS. JTJXY 9.-Present-The Chairman, Messrs. Dowd and Meany. Mrs. Bula's application for a renewal 'of rations refused. Cferk produced audited accounts and balance-sheet ; Bame re ceived and adopted. Chairman stated that he had employed a man to let the water from the side-draias; also that contract No. 45 was finished. Clerk produced iiBt of; constables. Council, sitting as Commissioners of fioade, made an order to open and close certain roads through and af joining sections 501 and 506, Hundred of CJa»e; and 369, Hundred of Stan ley ; SB described in the Gazette of May 26, Being the last meeting of Council/ the Chair man thanked them for the .unanimity of feeling that had existed for the past year. Payments, £2 17s. ELECTION MEETING, MONDAY, JULY 11. Mr. Thompson! Priest, Returning Officer. The following is the state of the poll lor Coun cillors: George Faulkner "... ... 58 ... 38 Peter Sdiith .... ... 38 Edmund flowley ... : ... 36 John Nykiel ... ... 25 For Auditors...

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CORPORATION TENDERS. (To the Editor of The Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

CORPORATION TENDERS. (To the Editor of THENOETHERN- ARGTTS.) Sir-I see by jour last isstie that the Cor poration have accepted a tender for the erection of a footbridge oyer the Hutt Eiver under cir-. cumetancee that, to say tbe least, are not cal culated topromotehealthy competition. Ten ders for the work in question were called for in the usual way by advertisement, receivable tip to a certain date. Several tenders were sent in, examined, and'rejected, as being too high. So far the transaction was genuine,and of course the tenderers had nothing to complain of; but iibw comes the irregularity. Without any notice being given, fresh tenders from a select few are entertained, and bating had the full benefit of the former'tenderers* calculations -to jjuide them, one is accepted fer ten shillings lees.tlian tbe lowest of the original ones. As Councillor Smith remarked, this petty mean ness certainly saves ten shillings, but it is un worthy of our Corporation, and Unfair'to the original ...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

UPPER WAKEFIELD ELECTIONS; Saturday last being the day appointed for a general election of Councillors for the Upper Wakefield District Council, the polling took place in the Town Hall, Auburn. A large number of ratepayers attended, but no great ex citement prevailed. The. polling ciostd at 5 o'elock, and the Returning Offietr and Scru-' tineers set about the task of ascertaining who were to be the fu5ure representatives of the Idis trict. When ;the scrutiny was over, a large number of ratepayers rushed into the .Hall, which soon became sufficiently filled to be im comfortable. ;The Returning Officer1 gave out the results of the polling as follow:-; ~ . COUNCILLORS. ? J Votes. Plumpers. Bowden .... 78 ... 2 Ward ... ... 75 ... 1 ^ Jones ... ... 66 ... 1 " Thomas... ... 58 ... 0: freeman . .i. ,56. ... 0 Crowe ... ... 55 . ... 5: Treloar ... . ... 43 ... " 2 Richardson ... 42 ... ? li ' Allen ... ... 17 ... 0 Jasper ... ... 17 ... 0 Barkla 16 ... 0 Montgomery ... 12 ... 1 Spicer ... ...

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TEA AND LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

... , i - On Wednasday evening one ofthosemeet iogs which" teed "to bring' together ' most jail. grades of - rfocietytoofc place in tfie Towfi^Hall. About 100 pergonsofall ages: and ibothrfsexea ea^down; to pmosMumptuouB tea, whieh-'was provided by .the -ladies of Claxe.. The. -lecture, on " Shakspeare," by his Lordehip the Bishop of Adelaide, was announced to take place at 7 o'clock, and in order- to rendfer the entertain ment as varied and interesting: possiblethe Glare amateurs kindly gave their, assiatanpe, In the shape of vocal and instrumentalmusic. The residents of the town and vicinity re sponded nobly to the call,and by half-past 7 all the front seats wereoeou pied, while those in the .rear might have held a few, more had it been required. Amoegpt the audience, were several ladies and gentlemen/from Wutervale and other places in the neighborhood, who no doubt took advantage of the: beautiful weather for a moon light drive to hear thb Biship's lecture. Bis Lordship, with the...

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COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

3 y-13 Mi. *3 & '?# § CLARE.- s V " Northern Atgus," office, Thursday JskM-^ ?RvpSC L 10B per ton of 2000 lbs jag, 23* (cash) jtuuoru, iB wuipaD®M JMpS®» E 3 g 1 Fresh batter Is 6d per lb Potted butt er^ trope :ioil6 <14 A TOO ;;1 Bacon, 8 i per lb . H6jn9 japne: , . ^, '"'v .": . Cneeee, colonial, Is 2d; English, Xs 9d Potatoes, 6s 6i percwt." - Oflion^,J2d per4bl . .. . t " r AUBURN. , * T ^ ftulyl4. / l^beatj 4a lOd per bushel j flour, 25s per bkgV braiijls, 3d per bushel; pollard, Is 4d per bushel; chaffj £5 OB per ton; oate, 5s per bushel- crushed barley, 5s Od per bushel; seen barley, 5s per buebelj bread, 3|d per 2lb loaf; beef, 5d to- 6d per lb; mutton, 3d to 3d per lb.; potatoes, 6s 6d; onions, 2d per lb; Jbutter, le j. bacon, 8d per lb j , eggs, Xb Id per 3<z. . ADELAIDE. July 13. Wheat, 5s 5d to 5s 61 ' r Flour, £11 5$to £13 ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 July 1870

0 1AEE AM ®LQjrfB A$D CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES S1UBEB, Pbofkjetok, floor, Bran, Pojlard,, Gkjftff, andrCr^fhed Corn always for sale. " 1 C'' J JAM E 8 « » E I! IT W O O D, CHEMpiT, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSEILEB, STATIONEE, AND NEWS AGENT. ; JMJIN 43XBEET, C&ABK. [4 E R C Y W . 3> Y E R, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BUEBA BURBA. W H I T F O R D, . -- Saddle & HABNESS MAKER, MINTARO, Has always in stock a large assortment.: of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de 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. J? E. AS D C. SEC KM A19 N, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. - : C4 T H O M S O JS, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER (Near Exmouth Hotel), S A D D L E W O R T H. J M c C A U L , WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, C L ARJE, [4 JJ W E L L S~, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, CLARE. [4 JH A R D j E R . CABINET MAKER, &c, CLARE, ' Has a goo...

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