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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

Messrs McCaw and Another, produce brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar. Melbourne, have favored us with the following prices realized by tbera en iheCih February :— Maize, 4s. 4dJ. per bushel; wliea.t, 4« 9d to 5s. ; barley, Cape, 3s. «o 33. 3d. ; oats, feed, 3a! 5Jd. to 3s. 8d.; rye, 5s. ?d. to 6». 9d. ; peas, urey 5s- J^-5 grass seed, superior, 8s.; medium, 5? 9d.; bran, Is. Id. to Is. 2d. ; pollard. Is. 3d. to Is. 4Jd. ; hay, pressed, £5 per ton ; chsff, £3 10s. to £4; chaff, pressed, £7, bags in ; potatoes, £4 2s. Cd. to £4 5s., bags in; onions, £3 5s. to £3 12^. 6-K. bags in ; bacon, 9s. to le. Id. per lb. ; haras, l0£d- to Is Is-; cheese, 7£d. to 8§i; butter, potted, 10M. to is. ljd.; lard, 6Jd. to 8d.; honey, 3}d. to 6d-i . — eggs, to Is. Sd. per Uoz. 195

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL SUMMARY. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. ENGLAND. Friday, Dec. 14, being the fifth anniversary of the death of the Prince Consort, the Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince and Princess Christian, Princess Louise, Princess Beatrice. Prince Arthur, Prince, Leopold, and Prince Henry of Prussia, at tended by the ladies and gentlemen of the royal suite, proceeded from the Castle through the private grounds to the Prince Consort Mausoleum at Froginore, where they were met by the Dean of Windsor at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. The Royal party entered the interior and placed wreaths round the to;nb of the late Prince, after which a service was performed by the dean which occupied hi:lf an hour, when her Majesty and royal family returned to the Castle. This magnifi cent monument, which, it is expected, will not be completed before the next anniversary, is said to have already cost £150,000. On December 10 tbe Prince and Princess of Wales left Sandringham house on a visit to Sir E. C. Eerrison, M.P...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MAIL SERVICE AND THE PASSENGER TRAFFIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. THE MAIL SERVICE AND THE PA SENGER TRAFFIC. TO TilE EniTOlt OP TIIE SOUTHERN AIKHTS. Sir-j£he advent of the present year witnessed two very ^*» changes in the order of things that have been in existence for some time. I refer to the alteration throughout the colony in the arrival and dispatch of the mails, and the purchase of the pas senger traffic from Mr KounsevelL by Messrs Cobb and Co., both of which have in many instances, causi d very great dissatisfaction. Indeed it appears that Messrs Cobb & Co. have only studied the con venience of men who merely wish to visit the city for the purpose of transacting business, and return as speedily as possible; for tinder their present mode of conveying passengers to or from the metropolis, it is quite out of the question for females and children from this place to think ot travelling by their con veyance, which I see leaves Normanville at about 2 o'clock in the morning, and carries three pas sengers besides the driv...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. — ♦ ? LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. fFrom our own Correspondent. 1 Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. Corn. — [Millers are only offering 3s. 9d. to 3s. lOd. and 3s. lO^d. per bushel. At the Port -is. is readily given for export. Flour is ? . saleable at £10. Ccrnsacbs are in better demand. Hay. — There is no change in the quotations for wheaten ha}', and business is dulL

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

BIRTH. ANSTEY. — On February 14th, at Port Elliot, the wife of Mr. George Anstey of a daughter. PORT ELLIOT, SATURDAY, FEB. 16th.  

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ENCOURAGEMENT TO MURRAY RIVER TRADERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

ENCOURAGEMENT TO MURRAY RIVER TRADERS. TO TIIE EDITOn OF THE SOCTHEIIS Ar.GCS. oir — We are always told that our Government are desirous of encouraging in every way the trade on tbe Murray River, but it would ficem tl at tbev have recently changed their ideas about it, unless, indeed, they are under the impression that increased charges will be accepted as an inducement to increase trade on tbe river. By the new regulations (copies of which were dis tributed last week) we find that the Goolwa, Port iMiiot, ana victor uaruor iramway lias increased its rate for conveyance of goods to river steamboats bv about 25 per cent. The rate formerly was 8s. 84. from Victor Harbor to Goolwa (including wharfage at both ports) per ton of 50 cubic feet. The rate sow is to be at 7s. 4d. per ton of 40 cubic feet, together with Is. wharfage at each place, making 9s. 4d. per ton of 40 feet against 8s. 8d. per ton of 50 feet formerly. Putting the matter simply as follows : — If 50 feet cost 8s. 8d., wha...

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SHIPPING. GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 February 1867

SHIPPING. GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Monday, February 11 — Emu, steamer, from Went worth Cargo 15 bales wool JXP 10 do Rean     Same day — Telegraph, steamer, Tinks, master, from Milang. Cargo — 250 bags wheat. MISCELLANEOUS. The Milaso Boats. — The boats have brought from Milang during the week and landed on Goolwa Jetty 2,313 bags wheat. VICTOR HAJIBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Sunday, February 10 — Adriatic, barque, Cappon, master, from Wallaroo, to load breadstuff's for New Zealand, for Messrs. W. and A. Bowman. Monday, February 11— Gem, cutter, 52 tons, E. Lethaby, master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — Sundry stores for settlers. SAILED. Tuesday, February 12 — Gem, cutter, 52 tons, E. Lethaby, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo— 25 bales wool.

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A SINGULAR MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

A SINGULAR MEMBER OF PAR LIAMENT. iDr.biiij G'2 rependent of t!:o Ilolhi Tel*-tn-ar\h.\ As the gentleman who has just been elected as oi:e of the Parliamentary representatives of Wexford County is the most remarkable man who has ever occupied a seat in the House ot* Common.-,' it may be interesting to your readers to know something of Arthur MacMurrough-Kavanagh. I use no exag gerated phrase when I. describe him as not only the ' most remarkable,' but, I might truthfully add,, the most extraordinary gentle man who has, during the present century at least, entered Parliament. With his political proclivities and his religious predisjiositions I do not intend to waste your space, or weary your readers' patience. That he is a Tory of the most constitutional hue, you and they are of course are aware ; but,although'his Protestant ism is. of the severest class, Mr Kavanagh is extremely popular, and by his numerous and prosperous tenantry is beloved and sincerely respected ; for he admits, ...

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GREAT MEN OF OUR DAY. No. 2.—CHARLES DICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

GREAT MEN OF OUR DAYl ?;«-. 2.-CHAKLES DICKENS. Tlus n;ost popular writer was bora at Ports mouth in 181*2, his father being an official in iiie Navy Pay Department until tlie end of the war, when he went to live in London and became a reporter for one of the daily papers. Charles Dickens was intended for the law by his . father, but his inclinations leading him ratber to less arduous forms of literature, he became a reporter of the Morning Chronicle, and was hence enabled to publish therein those clever little pieces afterwards named 'Sketches j by Boz' (1S36). The success cf this attempt caused Messrs Chapman and Hall to engage him to write a story as a serial in monthly parts, which appeared as the famous ' Posthumous Memoirs of the Pickwick Club' — a book, the extravagance of which is atoned for by abundance of wir, some humor, and and the extensive knowledge of the Cockney mind which it displays. Dickens's next story wa3 ' Oliver Twist,' published in ' Bentley's Miscellany' (1S...

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WINE-MAKING SIMPLIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

WINE-MAKING SIMPLIFIED. The following letter on wine-making, from Mr Wiliiam Keene, lately appeared in the Maitlaiid Mercury: — When, after the last years vintage, I sent you a bottle of new wine, made, as I then informed you, from my garden grapss, wihout any other appli ances than are used by every peasant farmer in the south of France, you expressed your approval of the quality, and requested in a subsequent paragraph that I would describe tlie mode in which this wine had been made. As the vintage was then over I did not think it opportune ; but now, at the return ct the season, 1 have much pleasure in complying with your request. The grapes are sufficiently ripe when the stem of the bunch begins to change fiom green to a bark or wood color. Then, early in the morning, as soon as the dew is off, the bunches may be cut far wine making, with knife or scissors, cutting the stalks close to the bunch of fruit. Have ready a clean tub or half-cask, into which a spigot or tap has been pu...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

CENTRAL liOAD BOARD. Wednesday, Fkbkcabt 20. Present — Messrs A. Ilailett, J.I'. (Chairman), YVm. Everar.i, M.P., H. E. Bright, M.P., R. S. KiJly, J.P., George McEwin, J.P., and 11. Kankine, J.P., Road Coramis.-ijnera ; Mr H. J. Andrews. Secrctas-y; Messrs J. I'.acn, Portland Estate; T. Jones, Kondopaiiapa ; and J. Ciieriton, Bremer, District Chairmuu ; Messrs C. G. F. Ashwin. C. T. ilargruve, C. t-hepiitrd, A. Maeaulay, and J, M.orris, Supcriuteuding Surveyors. Mouth Kasieus Distinct. Mr Ashwin'd repurt to the '20:h February was read as folly ws: — Contracts in Progress. No. 1.S57. South- Eastern-road, making causewav across oeck of Lake Albert Swamp. Jf early com pleted, and Eatigfactorilv. South-Eastern-road, Milatig Hraneh. making about 83 chains limestone real. Contract sigued. Surveyors Kcnark^. Twenty-three coutracts signed for supply of metal. BOAT) FROM ECHUXG.V TO THE MEAnOWS. Mr Asnwis produced plans cf the proposed road from Lcbuuga to the Meadows, which ivere adopted by...

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ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

AL!-:XANDUI\A. Satl-i::».iy, Kca^UAnY 16. i'resoiu — All i.'iB in -lUijer.s cxeupt Mr Jerrad. j K..Miiv,_H, i'uxt nil the jett:«s ir. the ciiiikt bo let. j Mr Ki'-hard Martin a:tmuk-. for the |;i'.rposa of isking M:«rt::rs j'tty. Mr Mastiu agreed 'to the Oi:i:ici.:.i t-i::i=. CLik to draiv oat an agraemaiit, «h:ci: was sig;:c;1. M:- Gates :ipi,li!jd to nave the ror.d from Mr McDonald's tyv/arls S' ratfculityn c!e:»r«d ci^ht vards wider. Clerk so see if, and report next meeting. Toiidera to bs invited for taking the lVuKSturt Jet y for three yeais. Cicrk to 6'iA out what 'the cost of a tiuck, com plete, for Cluytoa Jcttj', w.)u!d ba, aud vejm-t. Clerk to get i-ome- rejiairs done to the Point fcturt Jett3', co^t iiotlo exceed £]. liecept«, £22 17.-=. 4il.

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PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. \ RETAIL. Flour, 24s ?&? lag. Pollard, is 4d $- boshel. Bran, Is. ^- bushel. Bread, 4d tho 21b loaf. SCTCHEii's MEAT. Beef, 3d to 6i Pork, 8d to lOd ] Mutton, 4d to 5d Veal, 5d to 7d Lamb, 3s to 4s ?& quarter. DAIRY PBODCCE. fiacon,colonial Is 2-j, Is 4d Hams, colonial, Is 2d to Do English, Is 6d Is 4d Butter, fresh, Is 6d Ducks, 6s ^ pair Eggs, 1b 2d ?& doz. Fowls, 3s to 3s 6d ^ pair Cheese, Colonial, Is ililk, 6i per quart Do, English, 2s. VEOETA.BLES. Cucumbers, Id to 4d each Potatoes, new, 1^3 ^ 1b CarrotF, 3d -^ bunch Parsley, 3d qs- bunch. Leeks, 3d ^ bunch French Beans 4d q» 1b Onions, green, 2d » bch Marrows, 3d to 6d FECIT. Almonds, dried, Is Lemons, Id to 2d Apples, 2d to 6d per lb. Oranges, 2d to 3d Pears, 3d to Cd -^ lb Plums, 81 3* quart

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ALDINGA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

ALDINGA. S.YTC11J»AY, FtBllUAUY 0. Present — Mr ,-i. Chapman (acting Chairman), Mc=-:sr.-- Li. Fidge, and W. Pointnn. -\ liust-t!l applied to thj Council for a sum of ? moiiey to dciray expanses for burying his child. Kot ent'Ttrtined. L t-t-;r r-.-aJ from Marine Poard. Clerk t-i wji:c to .Maiino MomA to renew apjflicalicn respKCtiug j hu.iy at P.-rt '?-' iilur;ga. ' j 'i'oii(!r.;s ti !-a caliuJ f;ir making spoon drain near j Mr Ciif:'.=;. T. ndcrs lo be acei-pteJ ti next ineeiiiig. j Itesolvtid llirtt i«M-!t rs bu c-iiiou i'.ir ni.-xu.irj; sp:-oa ! dvaii i:enr ?.'ci.-:.ilijt*s s;e'i;)-.i. j (Jr.i; pojni \o:i,d for rcpiiiis oa f^c-t- bridge near j Dr. K::ip^.r. i

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

BUILDING MATERIALS. BETAIL. £ s. d Deals, 9x3 ? 0 0 7i Do, sawn, extra each cut ? 0 0 0} Do, 11 x 3, solid ? 0 0 9J Do, do, sawn each cut ? 0 0 Of Battens, 7X3, solid ? 0 0 5 Do, do, each cut ? 0 0 0J Cedar Board, per foot super ? 0 0 S£ Flooring Boards, T& G, 6 X 1J ... 0 0 2| Stringy Bark, 3X2, lid, ^ 100 ... 0 10 0' Do., 4 X 2, ^ 100 ? .' 0 14 0 Do, 4 x 3 ? 0 17 0 Do, G X 1, l£d ? 0 12 0 Zinc, ^ cwt ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Galvanized Iron, ?& cwt, ... 30s to 2 2 0 Spouting, half round, ^ foot, 5d to 0 0 € Do, OG, q» foot, .. ... 7d to 0 0 8 Lime ^ bushel at the kiln ? 0 10 Do, do delivered ... .. ... 0 I 0 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston ? 15 0 ! Do do, Hobarlon ? 13 0 Laths, 3 feet, 3* 1,000 ? 1 10 Do, 3 feet C inches, do ? 14 0 Cement, Portland ... ... ... 1 15 0 Slates, 24 X 1 ,1* 1,000 ? 17 0 0

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MACCLESFIELD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

MACCLE^FIELD. Moxuai, February 11. Present — Tuc Chairman, and Messrs H. Marker and C- Austin. Clerk reported that aa auditors' meeting was held on the S'.n instant. Mr R. Davenpcrt refused to sign the accounts until the Council had paid him the amount of five guineas which he cliaiged for auditing the accounts of last year. Mr J. 11. 0-}!eman was quite wiliing to sign the account, b-.iug satisfied as to their coirectne-SH. Report received from inspector of thistles. Con sidered satisfactory. Mr Allport requested per:n:?.-:cn of the Council to shi-ot iu Mr S. Davenport's garden, which is und-T his caro. The C-.--u.icii xver-; unwilling to grant it, coiteiduiug the position of ;hc garJou. Clcik lo gel ihe li-ilnKcc-shect signed by Mr Coieuiau and the Chairman, and also to s-cud in statistical return. Chairman to inspect and report on tfce new school at GreenVplace. Clerk io collect outstanding rates.

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

MONTHLY CALENDAR. Phases of the Mnnv. Last Quarter — Tuesday, February 26, 8.57 p.m. ] New Moon — Wednesday, March 6, 6.53 p.m. j First G.aarter — Wednesday, March 13. 6.2 p.m. Full llcon — Wednesday, March 20, 6.10 p.m. FEBRUARY. 6ck. Moos. I |DayvVe°ekthe!Rises- Sete- Mx* Sets. j a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. 24 Sunday ? ; 5 48 6 40 10 3 I 10 43 25 Monday ? ; 5 49 j 6 39 ! 10 41 ! 11 38 26 Tuesday.... | 5 49 i 6 38 j 11 21 ! p.m. 27 Wednesday j 5 50 ] 6 37 j a.m. j 1 23 j 28 1 Thursday... 5 51 6 36 j 0 3 I 2 12 j M1RCH. I I I 1 Friday ? \ 5 52 6 35 0 50 ! 2 53 j 2 Saturday ... 5 53 6 34 1 40 j 3 44 { 3 Sunday ? i 5 53 I 6 32 2 33 j 4 27 4 Monday ? ; 5 54 6 31 3 28 j 5 7 .1 T'nesday .... ! 5 55 6 30 4 26 ! 5 45 6 W .-dnesday 5 56 6 29 5 25 '; 6 22 1 Tb.ir.sday... 5 57 6 28 0 26 6 59 8 triday ? 5 58 6 27 ' 7 29 7 3i 9 Saturday ... 5 59 6 25 8 32 j 8 15 j 10 Sunday ? 6 0 6 24 j 9 36 i 8 59 | II Monday ? 6 0 6 23 j 10 41 j 9 41 { 12 Tuesday.... ! 6 1 6 21 11 45 j 10 30 13 Wednesday ! 6 2 6 20 p...

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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

8TRATHALBYN. Fkioiy, Febsuaby 15. Present — Tl« Ciiuifaiau raid llcTiioinas. No quorum.

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VICTOR HARBOR AND GOOLWA TRAMWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

VICTOR HARBOR AND GOOLWA TRAM WAY TIME TABLE. Down. a.m. r m. p.m. xight. Fkom — Goolwa 9.0 2.0 3.30 10.30 Middletos 9-30 2.30 4.0 — Pokt Elliot 9.45 2.45 4.45 12 0 Ul». A.M. A-M P.M. NIGHT. FttOM — VicroR Habbor 9-0 11-15 4.15 10 0 Port Elliot I 10.0 1145 4 45 11.30 MiUIlLETON 10.15 12.0 3.0 j —

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RAPID BAY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 February 1867

RAPID BAY. Saturday, Februart 16. Present — All except -Mr Cole. Letters received froia Commissioner of Crown Lands, stating that a special vote from Parliament -would be required to provide fnads for lengih&nir.g the new jetty at Rapid Hay; also declining any assistance towards repairing the jetty at Second ValJey. The Clerk to write to the Central Road Board re questing them, to invite tenders f-r any contemplated woiks iu this district as early as possible, as there is j an abundance of surplus Labor in «hs district. j The Clerk to deliver i cticcs for payment cf rates. ! Receipts, £5 -K fJi- Payments, £20 Ss. |

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