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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. Adelaide, Friday, Jan. 18, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS, [From our own Correspontlent.f Adelaide, Friday, Jan. 18, 6 p.m. Ccen Markets. — Wheat has declined dightly during tie last few day?, and cannot be quoted over 4s. 3d. per buslieV. Floor about £10 15s. to £11 per ton. Cornsacks are in request at 14s. to 15s. per dozen. Bran, Is. per bushel. Pollard, Is. 4d. per busbeL Hay Market. — Hay, unaltered in price.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

Amusements, - i\;RT lLLlGT AND EXCOUKTEU BAY INSTITUTE. A LKC7 UHE will be delivered on Monday Evening J\ next, the 21st January, by the Ke*. James J.rteris. J.L.B., of North Adelaide. Subject:— ?? Mount Etua, aud Sunihe from its Summit.' John Jlindmarsb, Ksq , J.I*., iu the chair. Various pieces nf music will be performed at in t-n'als, and the Fort Elliot Band has- consented to attend. Admission— Membera and their families, 6d. each; Xon-meiEbere, is. ; Children, half price. Special Trucks will leave Goolwa. at half-past 5 » ''clock, and Port Elliot at half-past 6. returning after the Lecture. Single fares for the double journey. Auctions On MONDAY, January 21, at 12 o'clock. AT WILLUXGA. IMPORTANT SALE, WM. HODGSON has received instructions from Mr. George H. Menmnir to sell, on the 21st Jaruarv, at 12 o'clock, at Willunga — All the STOCK-IN-TRADE of a PAINTER, consisting of — Faint?, Oils, Brushes Paper Hangings, Window Glass Lamps, Lamp Chimhics, &c. ALSO, A quantity of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

ffiB. E SOUTHERN ARGUS -** And Strathalbyn, Wellington, Milang, Laug horne's Creek, Woodchester, Mount Barker, Echunjra, Mficclesfield, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Nearlunca, WiUanga, Aldiaga, Selliek's Hill, Mypongs, Kor manville, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, Cape Jervis, Inman Valley, Bald Hills, Hindmarsn Valley, Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middle ton, Currency Creek, Goolwa, and BIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER, a Weekly Journal of News, Politics, and Literature. Head Offices: FREELING-STREET, PORT ELLIOT. Terms of f ubscbiftiox (payable in advar.ee) — Per Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, 16s. ; or per Single Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. 1ST Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptions, or Job Printing will be received by any of the Local Agents, or at the Southern Argus Offices, Freeling etrect, Port Elliot. The Scale of Charges for advertising in the Soutiiern Argus is as follows: — For the first six lines ? 6d. per line For every additional line ... 4d. ' $3J' Where...

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COMMERCIAL. CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

COMMERCIAL. CORN MARKET. Daring the 'week sales of wheat kave been very limited. The prices ruling are about \ 3s. lOd. to 3s. lid., but little offering. Flour, £11 per ton.

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STRATHALBYN. Strathalbyn, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

STRATHALBYN. [From ourovrn Curi-espon'* nt.] Ssrathalhvn, Ja.-iuarv 16. The Srratiialbvn Agr:!?ti?ural Society heM a meeiiu;; Wt nijbt at Warl-»d's Hotel, when tlie following- members of Coinmiitee were, presen , presided over by J.-s. Kankinc, K-q., M.I'., IVside-tofthe .t:Oci-'v: — Me-srs. J. Cberiton (Vicfl-Pre-id^nt), \). (.luVan, T. Graliam. II. Lewis, J. Fleming, J. S':irk, G ? Kniirlit, E. IIxuil- ,n, 11. .Maihts/t!!, J. Stone. R. B. Smith, ami liie Snerotarv. A letter containing sromc useful suj-jrestions from Mr. i E. Ward, wns rvciv^d aud lvad. It was resolved ihat the next ammal pliow be held osi the 7tU of March next. The IL-:i. the A'tor- t ne.y-Oeneral is to be applied to tor the use. of ? tin: Court-House on tlw occasion. Prize.! will j be awarded for all kinds of hor.-e-sf'ick, horned tatile, sbeep, pig-, j^nhrv, implements ot colonial manufacture, v !i;-ar. b trie-, o-its, d*;r'. j jiroduc', fruir, vejrctal)l«--, an i flouvrs. Jndjre.s \ were proposed ior each class...

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CAPE JERVIS. Cape Jervis, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

CAPE JERVIS. IFroa: our own Orresfon.1er!*.] Cape Jervi.s, Jjjinary 15. - The Resolute arrived at the Fishery on the, 9th instant with a general enrgo, after landing wbieh she took on board 644 pigs of silver lead, weighing nearly 17 tons, which was smelted from ore obtained at the Talisker Mine, the operation being performed ia one furnace in 18 davs. The weather has been exceedingly hot this last week, but very favorable to ?he working of ihe. reaping-machine, and tbe crops in the vicinity of Cape Jervis have, I believe been all secured. To day the weather is cold and windy, and we bad some fine showers last night.

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FIRE AT GAWLER TOWN. Wednesday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

FIRE AT GAWLER TOWN. Wednesday, January 16. A fire has broken out on Messrs. Duffield'.s j Victoria Mill. The damage done is not very | great. Tbe water in the several mill tanks was put into immediate requisition, and suf ficed to extinguish the flames.

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GREAT FIRE AT KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

GREAT FIRE AT KAPUNDA. There was a great fire this morning in Pearce, Wincey & Co.'s timber-yard. The engine and engine-bouse, with an ex tensive range of sheda and an immense quan- ! tity of timber, were destroyed. j The loss is estimated at between £2,000 and £3,000. I Januarv 16. j The inquest on Pearce, Wincey, and Co.'s fire has just terminated. The verdict was that the fire originated from Judge's haystack, but the cause was un known. Annie Ryan, one of tlie witnesses, gave evidence implicating Mr. P.-arce, junior, but from her contradictory statements she was committed for trial.

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THE DARLING. Mecindie, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

THE DARLING. f From our i-ttm C'liTesponflem.] * Me.nindie, January 6. 1 The weather on the Darling has Leen fear fully hof, 117° in the shad.- at 4 p.m. The liiver is now lower th:in last year. \Vat*-r in the Upj-er Itiver brsrkish. The river at Fort liourke, by last down mail reported to have, risen 2 feet, wA «ti-l rising elo-.vly. If tbe report is confirmed by next down mail, and likely to affect the movements of steamers will telegraph from Wentworih.

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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

THE METROPOLIS. [Written expressly for tbe Southern Arqug.] Adelaide, Janoarv 17. I The prorogation, with all its attendant ? mockery of pomp, came off last Friday after- { noon, and although there is Btill a good deal of work to be done to close up the business of the session, people are persuading themselves there ought to be. an interval for refreshment, and the I political world ie temporarily quiet. It may be i that the process of suffering a recovery from the intolerable heat which continued until Monday evening may have something to do even with political stagnation ; feut be ihat as it niav, the froth has subsided, and all that remains is as flat as sodawater without gag. Towards tbe close of the session there was a decided inclination to rush measures at the last, notwithstanding the virtuous objections of tlie Upper Heuse men to be hurried in their move- ; movements. Take, for ins'ancc, the n.anner j in which lhc Scrub L nd* Bill has been dealt | with. The objections you h...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

KEW SOUTU WALES. S\ dnev, January 12. The murder 'of Carroll's party by Clark's gan;x has cait.-^c! s;reat excitement. Carroll's remains arc mutilated. Il is ssi-.i the party had information of bush rangers being at a riation two miles from the camp, were led inio ambuscade, and shot down. Thp perprf rstors are supposed to be the two clerk?, f'outhgate and Cummin^, whoreceHtly escaped from the lierrima Gaol, also a des percido known as the Long Tailor. The Wcdilin escort brings 800 ozs. and news of sticking- up persons in that district. Svdney, January 14.. A farmer, named Connor, has murdered bis servant -man, named Taylor, aged 72 years, near italhurst. Bradley, Newton, and Lamb sold by auction Californiaii flour, at£10 to £10 5s. ; wheat, at 4s. 2d. ; and oats, at 2s. 6d. Sydney, January 15. A conspiracy has been discovered amongst, the prisoners at Darlinghurst Gaol to blow up a portion of the wall and building, and to escape. Clarke's gang attacked the gold escort near Braidwoo...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [From the Adelaide. Papers.] VICTORIA. & Melbourne, January 12. Sijjnor Cutolo was killed on board the Alexandra on Thursday evening during the passage from Sydney. He was; struck on the head by the main gaff lowering sail whilst lying on the skylight with his 'wife. He lived only a Jew hours. Melbourne, January 13. In the cricket match between the Darkies v. the Collin^wood Club, 17 darkies made 136 runs, and the Colling woods 81 runs. - - Melbourne, January 14. Messrs Mar-tin;and- Eager were entertained at dinner at Stott's Hotel, on Saturday night, by several Riverine gentlemen ; Mr G. S. Lang in the chair. ?? Mr Martin hinted that the result of the Conference would not disappoint the hopes of Riverina. The Centaur's Californian wheat was sold in a line at 5s. net. The Douglas's Californian wheat has been sold on private terms. On Saturd y the thermometer in the shade was 108deg., and in the sun 130deg. A meeting has been called, and decided on giving ...

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GREAT FIRE AT MOUNT GAMBIER. Mount Gambier, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

GREAT FIRE AT MOUNT GAMBIER. Mount Gambier, January 12. j There was a dreadful fire here on Saturday. ? Twelve families have been burnt, out. It is estimated that about 12,000 bushels of i wheat were destroyed, besides a large quan- ! tity of grass and sheep. One farmer's loss is estimated at £1,000. The weather i? dreadfully hot ; 106* in the shade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

Public Notices. OPENING OF BKIDGE OVER B1T.DER STONE'S CREEK, and COMPLIMENTARY LUNCHEON to CHARLES TOWNSHEND II AR- GRAVE, ESQ., will take place at the Green Man Hotel, Asbbourn, on Tuesday, the 22nd January, 1867. J. Carr, Esq. M.P., has kindly consented to take the Chair on that occasion. Tickets, 3s. each, may be had at Messrs. Reeling's Kirkkam's, and Maidment's FinnUs Flat ; Clerk of the Works (B. D. Sorrell), and at the Green Man, Hotel, Ashbourn. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Aehboura, January 16, 1867. THE PASTORAL INTERES T.— Mr George Tislike regrets to acquaint his fellow -colonists that since he ventured to address them a lecture of sympathy about a fortnight ago, he has had occasion to consult his family physician, wbo Las long been well acquainted with Air. Tin line's weakened constitution, and excitable tem perament, siid that under Dr. Gosse's advice he lias been ordered to resume bis accustomed place cf repose and retirement in private life. Under these circumstances Mr. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

QUEENSLAND. Bi isbane. January 14. The Lady Ymrojr arrived to dav. She reports the steamer Telegraph being: towed in by the City of Brisbane, having broken down. The teles-raph left Sydnev on Wednesday. The steamer Telegraph has reached Bris bane safely to-day with machinery deranged.

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MILANG. Milang, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

MILANG. (From onr own Correspondent.] Milang, January 17. Our new postal arrangemeuts are working admirably. The mail steamer Telegraph, not withstanding many prognostications to the contrary, has proved herself well up to her work, generally accomplishing her trips fully half an hour under the contract time each way. There has been no chance of testing her speed with another steamer until this morning when the Providence afforded the opportunity, as she left the jetty for Goolwa when the Telegraph started for Meningie. The latter had rather the advantage in starting, as she lay stem on, while the Providence had to turn. However, the distance was so materially and unmistakeably increased on reaching the beacon off Point Macleay, where the courses of the boats diverged, that there was no room to doubt that it was a very decided victory to the Telegraph.

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 January 1867

SHIPPING. VICTOR HAUBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. S^turd^y, Jirnnry 1*2— Cvsriiiv. FcV-.inner, C H«:ath, master, frjin Pore Adoiaitie. R. Ai'lcu, Jan.' apent. Same -lav— Gem, cu'ter. 51 ti:is, E. I.otliahy, ma*ttr, from 1'urt Adelaiiio. G. i*. Head, agent. General carjro. F=i.'av% January 13 — Lily, Lrig, 243 tus, | MeCu.iiai, master, from Port Adelaide. In ballot. BAILED. Wcii;-?da.y, January 15 — Crsrruu., echooner, 65 ton*. C. Ilesih, masttr, fir Ton Adelaide- ti»rpo — llL*J.-a f.ol EKer, JSmitr, and Co; G3 hides. C. W«iS« : ,YJ2?^b*iieknw, 12 bides, J. and F. Field. Same dav— Gem, cutter, 50 tons, E. Lethaby, master, for' Port Adelaide. Cargo— 70 bales wool, G. S. Read. GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Friday, Januarv 11 — Providence, steamer, R. Anderson, master. 'from Murrumbidgee. In ballast. Same day — Mosquito, schooner, T. Jones, master, from Milang. Cargo— 181 bags wheat. Same day— Souter Johnny, cutter, Rogers, master, from Milang. Cargo— 105 bags wheat   Same day— Queen,...

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DREADFUL SHIPWRECK—LOSS OF 258 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 January 1867

JJ11EADFUL SHIPWHECK— LOSd OF 25$ LIVES. The New York papers coutain long accounts of the wreck of ihc steamer Evening Star, on her passage fro:a New York to New Orleans. We subjoin the following details of the sad catastrophe .? — ? T!ie ill-fated vessel left the former port on the 29th September, and was at the time in good sea-going condition. She had on board 278 persons, the officers and crew numbering 59, the first cabin passengers 166, and the steerage passengers 53. Most of the passen gers were of a remarkable character. About fifty of them were members of an opera troupe which iiad just arrived in America from Paris, and was being conveyed to the South for the winter season. There was also a company of negro minstrels onboard. But by far the most notable portion of the living cargo which the Evening Star carried consisted of about 50 ' unfortunate ' women, who were being taken from New York to New Orleans. For the first two or three days the weather was all that could be de...

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CONSECRATION OF THE HEBREW BURIAL GROUND, HASLEM'S CREEK, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 January 1867

CONSECRATION OF THE HEBREW BUl'JAL GROUND, HASLEM'S CliEEK, ] fc-YDI\EY. TJie }iebrew portion of ths community arcs fniitlcd to the distinction of having taktn tho. initiative in the consecration of tho ground al lotted by Government to the different com munions for the burial of their dead. The : ceremony was conducted 011 Tuesday afternoon, aud ivas of a solemn and very interesting character. A special trakx left the Svdney station at a quarter-pnst 4 o'clock p.m., con veying about a hundred gentlemen of the j Jewish faith, together with a number ofj persons belonging to Christian denominations. Having arrived on the ground, the ceremony was commenced by the Kev. S. Phillips, who j read the afternoon prayers. Suitable ppalms were then chaunted by the Rev. A. B. Davis, while the whole of the company walked round j the boundaries of thtir ground. The Coheniru j then opened a grave, and this having been done, The Kev. A. B. Davis delivered the follow ing address : — ' A more than ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 January 1867

Auctions On TUESDAY, January 29, at 12 o'clock. j IMPORTANT SALE. AT ENCOUNTER BAY. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENT:?, &c, &c. TETM. HODGSON has been favored with instruc- | i\ tions from Mr. George Missen, who is abeut j leaving the colony, to offor f -r sale by auction, j without reserve, on the above date, at the Fountain Inn, Encounter Bay — The Whole of his FARM ST^CK, IMPLE- i MENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, | &c., &c, comprising — HOIiSES : ! 1 Mare, 7 years old, good ia Harness j 1 Colt, 3 years 6 firrt-cla'ss Saddle Horses, broken 2 Msrcs iviih foals at foot 2 Yearlings. CATTLE, &i. : 4 Bullocks, in good condition 1 well-bred Bull 5 Dairy Cows C Head Store Cattle 4 Pigs, Quaatity Poultry. IMPLEMENTS, &c. : 1 Horse Dray, 1 liuilcck Dray 2 Ploughs, '2 Sets Harrows 1 Reaping-Machine HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. : Sofas Chairs Tables Kitchen Utensils &c, &c-, &c. Terms — Approved three months' Bi...

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