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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

TELEGRAPHIC KEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. I By Electric Telegraph.! [From our own Correspondent, j Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. Corn Markets. — A large quantity of wheat hag changed hands during the week for export, but the prices have been receding — Is. to 4s. Id. may be confidered the value to-day, whereas in the earlier part of the week better prices -were obtainable. Flour may be quoted at £10 10s. to £1 1 per ton. Hay Mabket. — To-day sales have been made for best wheaten at £3 to £3 3s. per ton ; mixed and inferior from £2 to £2 10s. Butcher's Meat remains unaltered.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALDINGA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

ALD1KGA. SATUnnAV, January 26. Present — Mr J-. Bucterworth (Chairman), Messrs A. Chapman aud Pointon. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Puuisdkecper'is books audited and found correct. Receipts, 10-. Three tenders received f. -r clearing sand on jetty approaches. That of C. Parker, for the sum of £15, p.ceepted. Payments, £11 03. Gl. Poirr Elliot Thiai. Matches. — As psaviously announced by advertisement in the Southern Argus, the second of the.-e meetings came off on tho after nooii of Thursday last, the Mi:2d!eton Mile, ou the beach, being the course. By 4 p.m. a great many spectators were asstmbicd. .ind for the first event the jockeys were soon in the padJle— the horses being Barnes's Touchstone vcr-.ivs T. Bora's Buck, distance one mile, the latter having 150 yards start, owners riding. At the start Buck gained an addi tienai auvar.tipe hy being well ofi at the wordv while Barnes did not start so well, aud goon after wards he had the misfok'tuns to lose o :e of his s...

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THE BANKS AND THE MONETARY CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

THE BANKS AND THE MONETARY CRISIS. The banking returns of this colony forma sort of financial stethoscope, by which the state of the internal organs of the body com mercial may be ascertained with a considerable degree of certainty. With trade brisk and money plentiful we should! expect to find cir culation large and deposits abundant, which would enable the banks to advance largelv, and at the same time not use the fall amount of their paid-up capital. When ' things look bad ' circulation diminishes, deposits fall off, and the banks adopt one of two courses. viz.T refuse to assist their borrowing customers, and thu3 augment the evil ; or — by aiding those who are really substantial, and have only a tem porary, though not the less pressing need of money — do their best to diminish the evils produced by the various causes of over-trading, speculation, bad harvests, and long continued droughts. If the banks adopt the latter course their capital will be fully employed. Although this di...

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THE MURDER OF THE FOUR CONSTABLES AT JINGERA, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

THE MURDER OF THE FOUR CON STABLES AT JINGERA, NEW SOUTH WALES. We extract the following detailed account of the horrible quadruple murder at Jingera, New South Wales, from the Weekly Empire. We published in our issue of January 12, the telegraphic account of this revolting crime : — [Prom our Correspondent.] About 7 o'clock on Thursday evening, in telligence was received at the police-office, Rrflirlwnnrl- in i\io pffpfi. that turn f\f flio nortn of special constables on service in this district, in pursuit of the bushrangers, had been found dead in the neighborhood of the station of Mr. E. Smith, of Jinden, apparently murdered in cold blood, and in an hour and a-half from that period the news was not only confirmed, but heightened in intensity of horror, by the additional information that the bodies of the remainder of the party of four had been sub sequently found by the police. Various rumors of a conflicting character have since, up to (10 o'clock on Saturday morning) the prese...

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ROMANCE OF THE BARONETAGE—SIR B. C. TICHBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

ROMANCE OP THE BARONETAGE SIR B. C. TICHBORNE. About thirteen years ago Mr. Roger Charles Tichbornc, a young man, the eldest son of Sir James Tichborne, Bart., the representative of an ancient Hampshire Catholic family, left ?Southampton for Havre. He had been in the army, and, like other young men of rank and fortune, had been gay and extravagant. In a ui ui spieeu ne leu mis country ior r ranee, whence he intended to set out for South America. A man servant accompanied him, but left him in France, and has recently died. The ship in which Mr. Tichborne was sup posed to have sailed to South. America was lost, and something belonging to him was found with the relics of that ship, and, as he was never heard from, he was mourned as dead. His mother, the present dowager LadjT Tichborne, however, always entertained some doubt as to thn death of her son. Sir James Tichborne succeeded his brother Sir Edward Ticliborne, who took the name of Doughi}', after a relative who left him a large pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

Business Notices. OFFICES, POBT ELLIOT. THE PLANT OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT COMPRISES COMPLETE FOUNTS OP ALL THE Best Plain and Fancy TyP8S» SUITABLE FOB BILL-HEADS, CARDS, POSTERS, DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICES, SHIPPING NOTES, OR BOOK WORK. ME liiiis Of Printing EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, Jit aim itamfir of Jnh or jpa^cr, WENTWORTH, MENINDIE, OB MOUNT MURCHISQIfl ORDERS, Forwarded by Post or givea to the Local Agents 01 ; (At 'Wentworth, Mr. E. Felgate; at Menindie, j Messrs. Berex- as!- Wcolcott; and at Mount I Murchison, Mr. J. P. Teipp) WILL EG PROMPTLY EXECUTED, And Parcels dispatched by first steamer from Goolwa. THIS IS * THE ONLY PRINTING OFFICE j HmiEKTO ESTABLISHED j SOUTH OF ADELAIDE, A.XD IS KEARER THAN ANY OTIIER TO ALL Darling Townships Milang Strathalbyn The Finniss Willunga Yankalilla Finniss Vale AND Cape Jervis. REMEMBER!— *x s£ si IS xyUU 3ri&£Jxx£&-£ PORT ELLIOT. JOHN CLARK, TAIL OK AND CLOTHIER, 29, Kisg William-street, Adelaide. Hats, Gloves, ...

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THE MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

THE MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. J. H. Griffin, Esq , the magistrate entrusted with the investigation into the circumstances attending the deaths of Constable Carroll and partv, and the Superintendent of Police re turned to town on Saturday morning, and, by the courtesy of the former, I am enabled to supplv vou with the following authentic par outrage. I have already informed you that Mr Carroll and his men left town on the morning of the 5th January. The party was seen by the Ballalaba police riding through the Ballalaba station, about 8 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, the 8th instant. They arrived about the middle of the same day at the house of Michael Connell, Stony Creek, where they stayed a couple of hours, had some dinner, and went on. They subsequently called at Dempsey's, at Fairfield (Mr Aherne's), and arrived at Mr Smith's, at Jinden, about half past 5 in the evening. The men remained at Jinden all night, and at 8 next morning (Wednesday) started on foot, asking directions to ...

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

SHIPPING. VICTOR HAJtBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. j Monday, January 2S — Gul^are, schooner, 151 tons, E. Jenkins, master, from Melbourne. G. S. Read, ageut. , Wednesday, January 30 — Gem, cutter, 51, tons, ; E. Lethaby, master, from Port Adelaide. G. S. ; Read, agent. Cargo — Full cargo general merchan dise. SAILED. Monday, January 28 — Cvxtiha, schooner, 65 tons, C. Heatb, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo — 245 sheepskins, 67 bides, C. A. Walton. Tuesday, January 29 — Crtsomxe, schooner, 76 tons. O'liara, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo — 33 bales wool, G. S. Read. Friday, February 1 — Gdlxare, schooner. 151 tons, E. Jenkins, roaster, for Melbourne via Laccpcde Bay. Passengers — Mr, Mrs, and Miss Missen. IMPORTS. Cargo of tlis GciA-AjiE, from Melbourne— 134 coils wire, 7 cases insulators, 4 tegs pegs, Gunn and Jones; 27 cases brandy, Acraman, Main, Lindsay, and Co. ; 0 bales eornsaeks, W. and A. Bowman ; 5 bales woolpacks, 12 iron tanks, 2 pkgs, J. F. Bottomley ; 250 tiles, G. S. Read ;...

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CAPE JERVIS. Cape Jervis, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 February 1867

CAPE JERVIS. [From our own Correspondent.] Cape Jervis, January 29. I am sorry to say that a very serious accident happened to a man named Bird, one of the woodcutters in the employ of the Talisker Mining Company, on tbe 23rd instant. It seems that as he was coming along the road, between Silverton and the mine, with his dray loaded with firewood, by some means his front chain got loose, and instead of stopping his bullocks to put it to rights he very foolishly at tempted to make his chain fast as his bullocks were going along, when, by some means he fell under the wheel, which passed up his leg, com mencing at his foot ; he cried out, and the bullocks stopped when the wheel was on his thigh. There the poor fellow lay for about twenty minutes until another dray came that way, the driver of which rendered him all the assistance he could, and got him out of the perilous situation. He was at once conveyed to his house, and medical aid immediately pro cured, when upon examination it was...

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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

STRATHALBYN. FfiJDAY, FliUSOAOY 1. ' i Present — ill the members. Puundkeeper produced his book, and paid over proceeds fivim sa'e of bay fiily. £3 4?. oi. Clerk to collect and forward i;:t':norials in reference to deyialioji from Suappct's Point. First instalment of vole in Estimates received from the Hob. the Commissioner of Ciowu Lauds, for repairs of certain roads. Tenders to be called for making a 1J chain, ap proach to Murray road, from betweeu Mr Kitto's sections. Latter received from Mr Irwine, licensed teacher, sa_\ ing he Lhocght his present assistant competent for rne post no Held. 1 lie Council were ot a ditterent opinion, au,i directed ibe Cierlt accordingly. Clerk to issue summonses against ail ratepayers whose rates are unpaid after the 20th inst. On reci ipt of Mr Close's guarantee for *18G, to wards erection of bridge on north side of township, Mr Xuti's tender to be accepted. £eceii-t3, £110; disbursements, £27.

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RAPID BAY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

EAPID BAY. Saturday, February 2. Present — The Chairman, and Councillors Taylor, McKenzie, and Coles. Resolved, that the deviation to Wheal Coglin Mine from the bench be not carried out, except tbat portion through Mr Crosei'd laod near the Wool sheds. Mr Day's trnider for work on tramway at Second Valley Jetty accepted; amount, £14. Mr Miller appointed superintendent of jetty at Second Valley lor the present year. Letter received from Mr Kelly, applying for the rosd to be cleared leading to reserve near Saeiion j No. 8«3. To be iuspeckd. j Instructions received from Government respecting deviations. ! Keceipis, £17 7s. ; navraeuts. £14 11s. 3J.

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NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

KOARLUNGA. Moxdiy, February 4. Present — Messrs W. Oliver (Chairman), J. Jarred, i G. Yates, and J. Gribble. The Clerk reported receipts as follows:— Kates, £15 8s. 6d ; jetty dues, £3 0s. 3d.; private subscrip tions, £3 Is. An application having been received from settlers in the neighborhood, the Clerk was instructed to give Mr B. Wickham notice to open roads — Sections 724, 725, and 726. The new regulations respecting alterations and exchanges of roads received from Crown Lauds Office, Accounts passed for payment, £26 8s. Sd,

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ALEXA.NDRIKA. Saturday, Ffbrdart 2. Meeting ol Katepayers, Mr W. M. Crawford in the chair. The following gentlemen were proposed as Coun cillors: — Messrs W. M. Crawford, JohnGoldsworthy, Joseph Yeilaud, and J. C. Bishop. After waiting the usual time a show of hands was taken. The greatest show w»s in favor of Mr Crawford. The other three names were withdrawn. 'No poll being demanded, the Chairman dtclared Mr W. M. Craw ford duly elected as Councillor, aud Mr Jamas MacGowaa duly elected auditor. Present — Messrs W. M. Crawford (Chairman), D. Thompson, and E. Jerrard. Mr Jerrard proposed and Mr Thompson seconded that Mr Crawford take the chair. Canied. Two tenders received for cutting the hill near Mr Pavy's, from William ArneU, at 15s. Cd., and Ed ward Penna, at 14s. per chain. The latter accepted.

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, FzBnnAi;y C. Present — Messrs. A. Hallctt, J. I*. (Chairman), Win. livcrard, M.P., H. E. Bright, M.I'., 1{. b. Keiiy, J.P., B. Kankine, J.P., and George AlcF.win. J.P., lic-ad Commissioners; Mr 11. J. Andrews, Secretary; Messrs J. Smith, Smith -'eld ; J. 1'enn. Portland Estate ; Thomas Jones, Kondopai inga ; and J. Cowlc-v, Giauville, District Chairmen; Messrs C. T. iilisiave, C, G. Ashwin, C. Kheppard, J. Morris, and A. Macaulay, Superintending Sur veyors. THE MEjIBEBS. This being the first meeting of the Board, the members too:i the usual oath. CHAIKHAX. The Board unanimously elected Mr. A. Hallett Chairman. APPLICATIONS. As many as 2S applications were received for the situation vacanted by Mr. Feuu. Mr. \V. S. Randall received the appointment, THE ELECTION. The Secretary laid upon the table a statement showing ibe voting at the recent election of inembeis ! of that Board. The following are the names of the candidates re-elected: — Mr U.S. Kelly, Mr...

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COMMERCIAL. CORN MARKET. Port Elliot, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

COMMERCIAL. CORN MARKET. Port Elliot, February S. I Markets are declining. The prices for I wheat at the mills dnring the week have been j 3s. GdJto 3s. PA.

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MAGISTRATES' COURT. FORGERY OF AN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

MAGISTRATES' COURT. FOKGERTT OF AN UBDEH. TFm. Gordon, of Currency Creek, Farm laborer, was charged by Police-trooper Moriarfy with forging an order on Mr Thomas G.ionc, purporting io have been signed with tbe mark -,-f Thomas Holmes, and witnessed by John Holme?, for a hat. Police-trooper Moriarty proved the arrest of tho prisoner, and his admission, after due caution, that Iis had signed both the names. Jlr LMwe appeared on ocnaii oi cue prisoner. Police-trooper Moriarty — The prisoner at the time of such admission added that he was at Currency Creek on Thursday night, when his hat was stolen, and on the Friday morning, being without one, he wrsfe the order for convenience, and intended to pay for it before Mr Holmes got to know of it. Knows nothing against the prisoner on any former occasion. Police-trooper Moriarty said he should call Mr Allen to show that goods had been supplied on the order. Mr Lowe objected that the evidence must be con fined to tiie forging, which alone was ...

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PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

POKT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. Flour, 24s ^ bag. Pollard, Is 4d -p- bushel. IJran. Is. %- bushel. Bread, 4d the 2ih loaf. BUTCIltlt's MEAT. Beef, 3d to 0d Pork, Sd to JOcl Mut'oa, 4d to 5d Veal. 5d to 7d Lamb, 3s to 4= ^ quarter. iiaiuv pkoi-::ce. BacorSjColonial Is 2-1, Is4i Hams, colonial, Is2dlo Do English, is dA Is 41 Butter, fresh. Is 01 Duokp. 0s ^jv pa5r iiggs, Is 2d q- doz. Fowls, 3s M 3- 6d ^- pair Cheese Colonial, Is Milk, 6J per quart Do, English, 2s. VEGETABLES. Cucumbers. Id to4d each Potatoes, new, lid ^lb Carrots 3d :j* bunch Parsley, 3J ?}?- bunch. Leeks, 3d \- bunch French llcar.s 41 ^- lb Onions, green, 2d^- bch Marryvrs, 3d to Gd FECIT. Almonds, dried, Is Lemnnf, Id to 2d Apples, 2dto 0'i per 1b. Oranges, 2d 1o 3:1 Pears, 3d to 6 1 p- lb Plums, Sd ^- quart

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LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Before A. F. Lindsay and W. Bowman, Esqs., J.P's.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, February 6. j Before A. F. Lir.dsay and W. Downian, Es-j3., J.P's.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. An undefended action at the suit of Mr James Dodd, for goods sold and delivered, in which a verdict was given for the amount claimed, constituted the only civil case.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

BUILDING MATERIALS. SETAJL. £ F. d Dea!s, 5X3 ? 0 0 Si Do, sawn, extra each cut ? 0 0 0J Do, 13 X 3, solid ? 0 0 10- Do, do, sawn each cut ? 0 0 0J Battens, 7X3. solid ? 0 0 r-h Do, do. each cut ? 0 0 OJ Cedar Board, per foot super ? 0 0 8J Flooring Board?. T&-t. -5 X H ... 0 0 i\ Stringy Bark, 3 X 2, lid, \r 100 ... 0 10 0 Do., 4~X 2f 1- 100 ???' ? (l 1^ 0 Do, 4x3 ? -« 17 0 Do, G X 1, U'l ? 0 1' 0 Zinc, ?}- cwt ? 2 ly 0 ! G:i!v;i!:iz--: Iron. ?}- cwt, ... .'?.0- to 2 2 0 fip;'Ut!;:^, Inif ouud, ^- foot, ?-.'- to -» O 0 Do, -?(;.-}- f.)'t ? 7d to 0 0 S Lime \$ bushel at the kiln ? 0 10 Do, do delivered ? ... 0 1 0 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston ? l 5 0 Do do, Hobarton ? I 3 0 Laths, 3 feet, -p 1,000 ? 110 Do, 3 feet C inches, do ? 14 0 Cement, Portland ? 1 Jo 0 Slates, 24 X 1 ,^1.000 ? 17 0 0

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STRATHALBYN. Strathalbyn, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 February 1867

STRATHALRYN. [From our own Correspondent.] Strathalbvn. February 6. The Committee of the Stratlialbyn Agricul- j tural and Horticultural Society met last night ' at the Robin Hood Hotel, vrhen the Secretary ! laid the prize list and programme upon the | table, which was approved and passed as printed. I It was at first intended lo hold the show of ; cattie, &c , at Mr Hooper's new yards, and it j proximity, might be obtained for the exhibition ; of wines, flowers, dairy produce, &c, but this i not being granted the Committee have ac- j cepted the very kind offer of Mr Trew, of the above Hotel, who will place at their disposal for J the occasion tbe- Masonic Hall, billiard-room, extensive 3rards, and an acre paddock. The j yards will be subdivided and penned off, sc- ' cording to requirement. The Concordia Brass : liaud has been engaged for the occasion. A public dinner wiif be held at the hall at the close of the show, on the 7th proximo. With an abundant season of g...

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