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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

S H I P P I N G. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. April 16— Gulxabe, schooner, 1G7 tons, E. Jenkins, master, from Melbourne via Belfast. Cargo ; for Port Victor — 8 coils manila, 240 coils wire, 1 j bale tent*, 1 box. /craman, Main, Lindsay, and Cf\ ; I 144 t-Rg* potatoes. 8 |-fcg*. spomirjr, G. ^. Ucart : '2 pkpp.. 1 ca*-e. P. C (Jrc-a ver j o casks. li. Jci.jih;.-j ; '. 0 bhii=. aie, J. V. iiottomley. | SAILED. j April 17 — Gslxare, schooner, for Port Adelaide, with original cai-jfO from Uelfast. Passengers — Mr. i and Mrs. Read, and Mrs. Jenkins. PORT NOAHLUNGA SHIPPING. ENTERED CUTWA.EDS. St. Maps^cs, barque, 2.39 ton?, Walsh, master, for New Zealand. Cargo— 300 tons wheat, shipped by Galloway and Clark. MISCELLANEOUS. The St. Masses has all her cargo on biard. and will pail from Fort Noarlunga for New Zealand this afternoon. Cap^aia Wal-h expresses himself as highly satisfied with the safety of the port.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A FALL SERENADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

A FALL SERENADE. [By a Lover with a Cold is nis Head.] O3i ! ask be dot to blow by dose, By charbiug one, by owd ; You bay dot know do barn 1 feel— Ii devcr cad be dode ! Oh '. bright we fly to other scecSes, Or dwell in yonder star, Oh ! ded by luuly baid, in bliss I'd strik« by light catarrh ! Chorus — Oh ! ask be dot. &c. The widd that blows across the boor, Had it a dose to blow, With such a code as 1 hab pot. Ah ! would it blow it ? Doe ! But see, de rays of cubbing dawd Arc gleabing on the dew ; I hear de berry bugle ImH, By baiden fair — At tichieu. — Public Opinion. The Duke of Augustenburg a year ago imagined he had a principality, and bought csrtain ? ' siate carriages.' The action of Prussia after the Hofcti in war convinced the Duke that he had no use for bis big gigs and now they are to be sold at auction in Paiis. From a throne to an auction room teems to be an easy step. We would not mind peeing lhe whole royal trumpery of Europe, biff Rigs=, }»-?-! a'i, put u...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. [By Electkic Telegraph.] [From our own CorresDondent.1 Sydney, Friday Evening, April 20. Wool firmer. The Helen has cleared for ChiDa, with original Chilian cargo. There are daily arrivals of foreign produce. The Spartan, from Tome, brings 2,309 bags wheat and COO tons flour; Premier, from Aigarowba, 270 tons wheat and 370 tons flour. The Renie, from Tome, with 500 tons wheat and flour on Adelaide account, is ashore on the Sow and Pigs. Numerous vessels arc reported loading at Valparaiso for the Australian colonies, m The Mint charges for coinage have been i reduced to 3d.

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AMERICA'S WAR CLAIMS AGAINST ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

AMERICA'S WAR CLAIMS AGAINST j ENGLAND. [From the AW York Herald.] 1 nc position winch our Government has assumed ?with reference to the claims against the Government of England, arising out of the action of that country j in connection with the rebel privateers Alabama and I Shenandoab, was fully explained in the lengthy I correspondence between Mr Adams and Lord Clarendon, published in our columns yesterday. While we cannot but admire the firm and explicit terms iu which our Minister at the Court of Her Jiritaniiic Majesty has defined the whole sal ject, we are astonished at the puerile and offensive manner iu ?which the question has been treated by Lord Clarendon. The representative of the new British j Ministrv in the Foreiffii Offl -p. has nnt ntb-mntoH tn tre:it the subject iu any other light than that in which it was viewed by his predecessor. Earl Russcii. He presents no new facts, and adduces no new arguments. His correspondence can only be regarded as a repetition of the f...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Friday Evening, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. I By Electbic Telegeapu. i I From our own Correspondent.! Friday Evening, April 10. It is now believed that Sir Charles Darling will go home in the Lincolnshire. Mr. Balfour has given notice in the Assembly of an address of sympathy with Sir Charles Darling. .n. vuuiiuisaiuu ui x^ui^uu v uas uwix SIJ pointed with a view to the clearing of the Murray. The Government have promised to communicate with the Governments of the other colonies respecting the future control and Customs regulations of the Murray. A gentleman supposed to be the editor of the Castltmaine Daily News, and brother of Wingrove Cooke, has been found dead at St. Kilda. It is supposed he committed suicide by a pistol shot. Miss Darling (Sir Charles Darling's daughter) was married to-day to Captain Tyler. The proceedings were conducted pri ^y?.tely. The despatches relating to Sir Charles Dar ling's recal will be produced on Tuesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

Public Notices. j MISSING FRIENDS, NEXT OF KIN, UN- \ CLAIMED MONEY KESTOKEP, &e. j HOGAN'S AUSTRALIAN, EUROPEAN, AND AMERICAN GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE AND UNIVERSAL NEWS BOOMS. Under the Patronage of the Governments of New ! Snuth WVes, Victoria., ^oush Australia, Western i Australia, .New Zealacd, &c , Szc. j Mr. W. £TOW, of POET ELLIOT, is hereby | appointed my authorized ACrEXT. Enquiries for , Aliasing Friends, or other information sought through j the advertising columns of this journal, ?will have i immediate attention. Agents are appointed in the | principal towns in the world, and newspapers pull- | lished by them are regularly filed, and i.pen for the , free inspection of the public. j JOHN HOGAN, Sole Proprietor. Address — Portland, Victoria, Australia. ijiOll SALE, about 20 tons pood WH EATEN i } HAY. Apply to tMr. B. Welsh, liindmarsh , Valley. I tjlOR SALE, a Team of Six Goo-d BULLOCKS, _I? wish a Dray, Buws. Yokes, aud Chains com- ' plete. Apply to W. Haw...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. Kissixg ix the Caks. — A recent corre spondent tells the following story : — 1 was spending the night in 1'reeport, Illinois. After breakfast I came into the sitting-room, where I met a pleasant, chattering, good-humored traveller, who. like myself, was awaiting the morning train from Galena. We conversed p'easantly and freely upon several topics, until seeing two ladies'tneet and kiss each othvr in j the street, the conversation turned upon kissing just i about the lime t!;e train was approaching. '* Ct-/;ie,' said be, taking up his carpet bag, ' since w« are on so sweet a subject, let us have a practical appli cation. I will make a proposition to you. I'll agree to kiss the wot-t beautiful lady in the cars from Galena, yon being the judge, if 3rou will kiss the next prettiest, I being the judge.' The proposition stag cered me a little, and I could hardly teil whether he was in earnest or in fun : but as he would be as deep in it as I possibly could be, I agreed, pro...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Adelaide.) Mount Murchison, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Adelaide.) \ fly Electric Telegraph.] i From our own Correspondent.] Mount Murcliison, April 8. The river is falling lower than ever. Wentworth, April 15. A fine rain has just commenced. The telegraph line is completed to within 12 hours' ride of Wentworth. A correspon dent of the Register suggests erecting a tem porary station and offices there pending the completion of the line to Wentvrorth.

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NORTHERN TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

NORTHERN TERRITORY ADMINIS TRATION. I The official prosecutor has closed his case a«ainst Mr. Fixniss, and now the Commission ! have only to listen to the defence cf the hite Government Resident before announcing their decision. Everyone who has perused even I the newspaper reports of the proceedings as ! far as they have gone must be aware how j farcical the whole thing lias been. Certaialv ! no better result was expected at the outset, - and we cannot apprehend that Mr. Fixxiss's i defence will be at all inconsistent with the past i history of Northern Territory affairs. We do j not for a moment dlsj^ute that the Cojnittis- j sioners desire to discharge faithfully the task i they have undertaken, or that Mr. Uymill, j under ihe circumstances, has displayed consi- j derable ability in his conduct of the case. But - the Government, with ihe singular instinct j which Las pervaded all they have ever done in j the cause of Northern Territory settlement, j biundercd absurdly at ihe very...

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THE ADELAIDE RACES. THIRD DAY—FRIDAY, APRIL 20. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] LADIES' PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

THE ADELAIDE RACES. THIRD DAY— FRIDAY, APRIL l'0. [By Electric Telegkakh.] [From our own Correspondent.] Ladies' Purse. Mr. J. Mullins's Collingrove ... ... 1 : Mr. O. Adcoek's Laurel ... ... ... 2 : Mr. ? EUiston ? 3 j Jockey Club Handicai\ of 100 sovs : one mile and a half. Mr. John Lamb's e.g. Ccdric, aged, Sst. i -libs ? 1 : Mr. R. S. Low's b.g. Cupbearer, (J vra., : 9st. 81bs ? 2 ! Mr. H. B. Hughes's b.c. Crusader, 2 yrs., j 5st. 4lbs ? 3 ! Mr. J. Scott's br.g. Stag, 4 yr*, Sat. lOllw. 4 ! Mr. II. L. Roe's b.f. Vivid, 2 yrs., ast. ! 4U-s ? ... ... 5 | Mr. E. M. Bagot's g.m. Cowra was drawn. Selling Stakes. j Mr. J. Mullin'scg. Mack ? 1 j Mr. R. S. Low's Little Dan ? 2 Mack was sold by auction after the race, and was knocked down to Mr. John Edwards for £60.

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday Evening, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. ]By Electric Telegraph.] fFrom our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening1, April 20. The Rev. Isaac New has arrived from Mel bourne on a visit. ? The Hon. J. M. Solomon purposes settling in Melbourne. The Government have advertised for appli cations for the Presidency of the Marine Board, with a salary of .£500 per annum. 11..AL.O.O. v_.-uracoa anu laicon win sail from Port Adelaide on Monday ; the Curacoa for Melbourne, en route to New Zealand, and the Palcoln for F»emantle, Western Aus tralia. Captain Cadell also intends settling in Mel bourne. The Steam Transport Service officers at Auckland have presented him with a gold chronometer and a likeness of the Queea set in diamonds. He has also received other presents there. 'White's Rooms was crowded to-night to witness the amateur performance by the officers of the Curacoa and Falcon. A splendid band was in attendance. Flying Buck, the winner of the first inter colonial champion race at Melbourne, in 1859, ] was r...

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

m ? | IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. j Return of pas.sengcs luwaids and outwards at Port Adelaide, during the week ended rraturdav, 14th 1 April, 1SC0:— ' | Inwards — Male adults, 33; femsls adults, 11; | male cliildren, 3 ; female children. 1 ; total, 53. j Outward; — Male uduits, 34; female adults, 12; j male children, 1 ; female children, 1 ; total, 43. |

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CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. Abstract return of Cusioass lcceipts for the week ended Hih Aprii, 1SGC — 1'oit Adelaide — Spirits ? £1,280 17 10 Ditto, colonial distilled ? 15 10 0 Tobacco and cigars ? 103 S 9 Miscellaneous — Fixed du ies ... i»S0 2 8 Ad valorem d' ? 1,541 14 6 Outportf — Port Yaukaliila ? 22 13 1 Port Augusta ? 102 18 4 Port Waliarim ? 2-i Hi 2 Port liidiiciittown ? 8 15 G £4,145 17 4

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ONKAPARINGA. FRIDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

OXKA PARING A. Friday, Apuil 0. At a meeting this day, all the members present, Mrs. Drammoiid complained of tbe Banger's conduct regarding impounding a bull, liacger to attend next meeting of Council. Receipt from Bank, £35 5s. G '. Chairman, with iletsrs Jauke and HughcB to meet : Councils of TaluDga and Tuugkillo at Mount Tor rens, on the 18th iust. Clerk to fenca approaches of bridge at Inver brackie, and to give notice in weekly papers as to rates. Hanger to give inf«nration against persons on wh.ise land tfcisiles not destroyed. Complaints mace that trees had been cu» d--wn on road Eear Monti t Charles, leaving stumps -!anfrtrrons for traffic. Cleik to ordt-r jiroi»rii;»or» of adjacent land who bad felied limber f -r tbi-ir own purjwses to reirove stumps and rcakero&d goud. Accounts paid, £ti.

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THE SOUTHERN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

THE SOUTHERN MAILS. In 'our last week's issue we published a telegram from our Adelaide correspondent to the effect that the Government would redress Southern postal grievances when the existing mail contracts terminated, or, in other words, i some nine, months hence ! We believe this ! statement tc be substantially correct, and the j iufwrv-iice to be drawn from it is an unfortunate j one for the Ministry. Certainly the decision implies that the charges we have preferred against the administration of Southern postal affairs are admitted officially to be well founded. But although the authorities con cede the necessity for reform, they refuse to exercise at present tl:e remedial power they possess. Procrastiiiaucii i.s a seriwu.s fault at ; any time, but it is doubly so when | manifested by an Executive wielding others' destinies as well as their own We don't know how even the complaisant and self- satisSed gentleman, who by a singu larly uiifortuitous combination of accidental circ...

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WILLUNGA. MONDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

WILLUXG \. MOXDAV, Al'BIL 9. PreFcnt — All the members. Clerk to write toCentral Road BoardforXl 10*. 03., half cost repairing road at Maclaren Vale: also to issue rate notices. Payments, £23 6a.

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MOUNT BARKER. MONDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

MOUNT UAUKER. Mo.VIlAV, Al-KII. 1». Prepcnt— Messrs. lieli (Cbatttn^nj, Walker, Wedo1, aud Paliridge. Tbe Clerk was instructed to write to Messrs. WinaTd and Easlt-a, infurinhig them tluit unless ibev coinicence w-jrk in three days tl.eir contract will ba taken from them. Clerk to advertise for a culvert near Mr. Miila's. Mr. Walker to poiut out siie. Tenders were received f r road nwtal in CrAwIesr street, aud Messrs Speuce and IlcgstrUi's was ac vtjjicu, ai u*. p:r m i.c yarn, nicy w ueuver no less than 80 yard* every forrn'grht. Other tenders — J. lnd, 5s. 10J- ; U. J.tckso:), .0s. id. ; Jeans, 5s. 9J. ; Watts and Heard, 5s. 2d. ; Vitson, 5s. 5d. ; T. lionner, Gs. 0 1 , acoiber sample, 6s. ; K. l'«ipe, 5s. 6 1. ; J. Bacon, 5s. 4 J. ; A-i-iois, from McKenzle^'a quarry, 5s. 5d. ; from Mr. Heirs quarry, 5a. 8d. ; Mr. Shiels, Us. 4d. The Couj:cil arranged to view Mr. Blight's work on Friday next. _ The following tenders were received for tbe erec tion of a new pound iu Mount Barker: ...

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ENCOUNTER BAY. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

ENCOUNTEK BAY. ^ATCfilfiV. Al'KII. ]?}. ! Present — Mesx.'p. A. F. Lindsay (Chairman), an! lloi.-iasoii, Uibsoit, aid lrggins. The Cnninsan reported having written to tho Hon. Commissioner - f Crown Lands relative to transfer of closed reals, but had not ytt received any answer. The Clerk reported that a letter had been eent to the Central Itoad Bo:ir-5, r«'«] nest ing that the road passioR from Kuwiand Bridge to Port Victor be immediately formed and rnytaikd ; an nrswer had been received suiting 3 bat t.'ie U.iard wore waiting tbe award of tuc valuator. It vra-s rcsoived th« tba Clei-k slinnM write to the valuator and beg liisatten uy», 4a iii.a ctu uiLs uct.il til uia u&uua .Lwcitu months. The Clerk stated that usmp-pTatos far Newland Bridge were bei:;g suaiiti in Adelaide. .S-x per.soj;s mace £pj.-lieatfoii Cor depasturing licinceF. It wa»i resolved that the Clerk should in seit aslvertisuneuts in. three weekly papers ou this i-uijeer. Tbe Clerk was instructed to obtain t...

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A NEW CURE FOR THE CATTLE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

A NEW CORE FOR THE CATTLE , PLAGUE. Lord T eigh -writes an account of the successful treatment by Mr. Worms of 24. of bis stock itifected whh {lie cattle disease. Mr. Worms bad his medi cine arfministered to ail of them, and at the moment of v.Titing (24 hours since tbey were treated) they ?svtire all well, and took their food as usual. An :r-e-nnpaiiyhij; letter from Mr. Worms explains his v:«.-w of the dises.se and his means of prevention : — ' I passed, as you are aware, many years on my cFtaies in the island of Ceylon, and kept very large litres 'if cattle for the purpose of high cultivation. J«y bnimal.s were every year affected with a disease which 1 have since found to be identical with the rinderpest now raging. For the first 35 years of inv sojourn my efforts to avert its ravages were fruitless. 1 did not. however, despair, hut watched the uistfady closvly, and at last found a method of dl'ectually checking it iu its first stage. ' When an animal is suspected of having the ...

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SALE OF MR. HURTLE FISHER'S STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 April 1866

SALE OF Mil. IIUUTLE FISHER'S STUD. Writing of (Up. recent break, up of the famed Maribyrnoug stai, tbe Melbourne A//-: ba.s tJio following : — ' Of the magnitude of the sale an ijc-a may be at ones conveyed by a.u amioui:c«:in-:tit that ihe total proceeds of tbe raviug stock included In tbo cataiofjda alone, aud n-it comprising a couple i'f extra horses, and a most extensive, varied, arnl valuabk assortment of haruess and clothing, araouuied to i.iti,305. Hut arrived at hy a cJiisidcniTian of tins fact that ibis largo sum was pa:-l for 43 a:iinial^, of whom niue wero yearlings and eight unvceancd fsliy fo.-'K ] t will thus be seen that, includitig tbals a»j.-i yearlings, the prices averaged a fraction over £600 t-al-b sll round, a moat remarkable and satisfiictory state of things, assuredly in a country where tha pursuit of horsbKi-ceiling in connection with the turf Las bad hi bygone years, from, causes which it is needless aud U;iJ«sirabIe at present further to refer to, so rnany...

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