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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

STRATHALBYN. 1' illDAY, MaKCU 1. Present — The Chairaian, and Messrs Thomas and Close. Application received from the Mutual Improve ment Society for ihe nse of new schoolroom on Friday evenings. Leave granted until fuither notice. Mr Irvine, licensed teacher, tendered his resigna tion as master of the boys' sclool. Clerk to advertise for a competent schoolmaster and mistress. Tenders received for making approach to Murray road, when that of J. Charles, at £12 5s. Sd., was accepted. Receipts, £52 17s. 5d. ; disbursements, £38 193.9d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

NOTICE. The accounts of this Journal having been now rendered, we have to request that all parties indebted will please remit amount due without delay. Post Office Orders are preferable to postage stamps, and are to be made payable to D» M. Mackie.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. NOAELUXGA. Monday. MarcIi 4. Present— Mr W. Oliver (CLairman) and all the members. Mr Methane applied fiir permission it ob'ain stone for repairing Sou-.h-road jio:r- Government quarry. The Clerk to reply «h it the Council have no contn i over it. The Clerk reported rates received, £20 6s. No objections having beeu received to the closing and exchanging roads, Section 129, it was decided 10 make the neeessary order. Accounts passed for payment, £15 103.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

TO CORRESPONDENTS. j Correspondents sending communications for ? insertion ar« particularly requested, to write i on one 6ide of the paper onty, as the opposite ; practice causes us much inconvenience,

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NORMANVILLE LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Be for B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., and Messrs John Heathcote and S. Herbert, J.P's.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

NORMANVILLE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, Fegkcabt 27. [Before B. F. Luurie, E?q., S.M., and Messia John HwuLcote and S. Herbert, J.P's.j Jlithael Conusirrf.irtl -was lined 10s for be^ng- drunk and disorderly on the ivening of the thow. iiuLi, v. Bui.i,. Mrs Hull charged Ler hu~bii:d with cruelty and ill-treatment, which being fully sustained, and he being a previous oifeuder, the Bench committed Lim to gaol fur 14 days. White v. Hjlliee. Action for £12 ] y -. 5d , value of goods sold. Veidict for plaintiff ft r amount claimed. J]Oi-LAM- V. »» imiXGIOS. Acii 'i\ for j£1 17 s., expenses incurred iu tbe dis charge of plaintiffs duties as bailiff of tho Local Couit at Noruiauville. Mr Wiilingtou defended in person, ana argued that he did not specially order the plaintiff to do as he had done. Tiie B nch thought otherwise, and gave verdict for plaintiff, less 10s., £1 7s. LlMBEIlT V. MELVJLLE. Action for £14, value of stores, &c, supplied. It appeared that a verdict had been befoie ob...

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FARMERS', GARDENERS'. & VIGNERONS CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

FARMERS', GARDENERS'. & VIG2STE RONS CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.j : THE M,A1KS. Tbe Fahm. — As the time when vre may shortly : expect the early rains has arrived, ground should be prepared for wheat and barley in order to expedite the germination of wild oats and the seeds of other noxious -weeds, which sprout very quickly after the first showers, and may be eradicated by means of the scarifier or harrows. Cape Barley for winter f-:dder, and Oats for an early hay crop, should bow be sown. A few Turnips uiicht also be nlanted with advantage. Kitchen Gaepes. — All the early kinds of vege tables should be sown this month,~suck as Turnipp, Cabbage, Spinach, Lettuces, and the early varieties of Peas. CarroJs may be sown ia well trenched ground. Towards the end of the month plant Tree and Potato Onions, Shalots, and Garlic. Potatoes for an early crop may also be planted out — especially the white kinds. FlowehGasdes. — All kinds of hardy Annuals shoul...

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LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. [Before Messrs B. F. Laurie. S.M., and T. Goode, J.P.] LIOYD v. LINDSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

LAW COURTS: POET ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, March 6. [Before Messrs B. F. Laurie, S.M., and T. Goode, J.P.] Lloyd t. Likdsay. Claim for 93., trespass on plaintiff's land by three of defendant's horses. Nonsuit. [Mr Lindsay here took bis place on the Bench.] Li-oyu v. SrrxKESTOjJE. Claim for £10, damages done by defendant'6 horses to plaintiff's wheat, between lOih and 30th January last. i Hf_ T .»_?-% »*-rnniuiJ £-&.. ilia ^is£a*-.j?an t Several witnesses were examined as to the owner ship of the horses, tLe condition of the fences, and the damages done to the wheat. Judgment for the plaintiff, £2 10s , and costs. Cheater v. Bokx. Action to recover 130 bushels wheat, or the value, £24, wrongfully .converted to his own use by the de fendant. Mr Lowe for the plaintiff; Mr Hindmarsh for the defendant. Plaintiff, sworn — Virgin requested me to make a payment of £45 for rent of land due Mr Jas. Dodd, aud he being in my books 1 did so, and added the amount to the account which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

Religious Notices. fcOLT ELLIOT CONGREGATIONAL CHANEL i ANMVEBSARY. j TWO SERMONS will be preached (D.V.) in the above place of -worship, on Sunday, March 17, by the Kev. C. J. Evaxs, of Gawler Town. Service to commence in the morning at 11 o'clock, and in the cveninp at half-psst 0. A LECTURE will he delivered by the Rev. C. J. Evans, on Wednesday evening, 20th'Marcb, to com- j roenceat? o'clock; subject: — 'A Visit to the Holy t Land : or, personal recollections of Fa'estine.' Collections will be made on the Sabbath and after the Lecture. The usual Tea Meeting will be postponed till the j proposed improvements to the IThurch are com pleted, and the articles remaining from the Bazaar vill then be offered for Sale. Public Notices. j SCHOLASTIC.— STRATH ALBYN. THE DISTRICT COUNCIL will receive applica tions for the offices of MASTER and MISTRESS of the Strathslbyn Boys»* and Girls' School, until Thursday, the 14th inst. None 'need apply without first-class Testimonials accompanying t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

»TUIE SOUTHERN ARGUS -*? And Stratlwlbyri, Wellington, SlilanR, Lang- - Tiorne'8 Creek, Woodchester, Mount Barker, Echunga, Macclesfield, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Noarluuga, Willunga, Aldinga, Selliek's Hill, Myponga, Nor manville, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, Cape Jervis, Inman Valley, Bald Hill.', Hindmarsh Valley, Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middle- * ton, Currency Creek, Goolwa, and RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER, a Weekly Journal of News, Politics, and Literature. ( Head Offices: FREELING-STREET, PORT ELLIOT. Terms or ScuscBipnox (payable in advance) — ,.Per; Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, 16s. ; or per Single Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. &T Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptions, or Job Printing will be received by any of the Local Agents, or at the Southern Argus Offices, Frecling street, Port Elliot. The Scale of Charges for advertising in the Southern Argus is as follows: — For the first six lines ? 6d. per line For every additional lias ... 4...

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

COMMERCIAL. CORN MARKET. j Port Elliot, March 8. Quotations of wheat are as follows : — Port Victor, 3s. 10a. per bushel ; Miudleton Mill, 35. 9d. ; Goolwa Mill, 3s. 8d, Flour, £10 UK We have been favored by Messrs McCaw & Another, produce brokers, Uoycl Horse Brzaar, Melbourne, ?with the following list cf prices, under date of the 27th February : — Maize, 3s. Hid. to 4s. per bushel ; wheat, 4s. 103. to 5?. Id. ; barley, Cape, 3s. to ' 3s. 3d. ; oats, feed, 2s. 9JJ. to 3a. Cd. ; rye, 5s. to 6s. 6d. ; peas, giey, 4s. 5d. to 5a.; grass seed, perennial. 4s. 63. to Cs. 3d. ; do, prairie, 6s. to 8s. , bran, ]s. 2d. to Is. 3d. (bags in); pollard, Is. 3J. to Is. 4£i. (bags in) ; hay, pressed, £ 4 10=. to £5 per Xoa; chaff, £3 los. to £4; do, pressed, £(3 12s. G'J. to £6 17s- Gd.; bacon, 8Jd. to lOid. per lb.; hams, 9J. to is. Id.; cheese, 7d. to 10id'. ; butter, potted, lid. to Is. CJ1 ; do, fresh, Is. l£d. to Is. 2d.; lard, 7Jd. to ?d. : eggs, Is. 8£d. to Is. 9d. per dczen.

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Monday, March 4— Okm, cutter, 51 tons, k. Leihaby, master, from Port Adelaide. G. S. Read, agent. Cnrsro— 28 pkgs, P. C. Greayer ; 1 do, G. Smith ; 1 095 do, S. Trigg ; 12 do, Sara and Sons ; ! 90 do, E.' M. Cohen; 35 do, Usher; 2 do, G. S. j Read; 16 do, J. F. Joyce ; 12 do, Heggaton; 8G do, i Dowland; 39 do, Osbome; 1 do, Hansom; 81 do, T. j Goode; 7 do, Pecker. i Same day*— Cvxthia, schooner, 65 tons, C. Heath, j master, from Port Adelaide. 12. Allen, agent. Cargo ? —12 pkgs, Greenfield: 11 do, Wilcox; 1 do, Mrs j Murphy ; 1 do, Johnstone ; 1 do, Wilkins ; 3 do, J Xeyille; 2 dp, Sroallacomlje ; 18 do, Sweetapple ; 41 j do, Trusiove ; 32 do, Eaton ; I do, Hawker ; 28 da, I Usher; 7 do, P. C. Greayer; 2 do, J. Dodd; 1 do, A.Graham; 1 do, J. P. Jo»ce; 5 do, E. Harkins; 28 do, J. Varcos; 7 do, J. Born; 8 do, G. Wright; 0 do, Acraman and Co. ; 7 do, Heggraton ; 1 do, Maclda ; 2 do, Barker ; 1 do, Cornish ; 40 do, Hornsby; 2 girders, Martin an...

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THE ROAD TO YANKALILLA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

THE ROAD TO YANKALILLA. TO THE ED1TOB OF THE SOUTHERN AROC3. Sir— I am satisfied the public have not the means of judging correctly as to the origin and naiuio of the disputes between myself and other owners and occupiers of land taken for the Yankaliila and Victor Harbor main line, from the fragmentary and partial reports of the Central Road Board, to say nothing of the tricks and double-dealing of the said Board and their officers, bnt it appears from a statement in your paper of March 2, that you or your reporter are in possession of the necessary f+r*ta in noco innninpnt Tha rannrr ?'r**»f.-»-n*Afl fv» rnon as follows :—' From Port Elliot to Yankaliiia! I Who that has had to travel this road in times past i has not looked with dread to a repetition of the ; journey ? yet on this 26th day of February — thanks j te the Road Board— deep creeks are bridged, steep ! sidelmgs have disappeared, and a well-defined and ; straight road has taken the place of innumerable j tracks. All is p...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

CORRESPONDENCE, I Under this heading we offer our readers an op-jor tuoity for the courteous aud temperate discussion of local or general questions of public interest ; Lut we do not undertake to identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents. Le:teis must in ail cases be accompanied by the name of the writer, net necessarily for publication, but &a a guarantee tor good faith.]

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

TELEGRAPHIC KEWS.'I ? ?— — i LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [From our own Cotretpondent. J Cobn Market. — There is scarcely any thing doing in wheat to-day. Some sales were made at 3s.*1Ob. and 3s.l Id. in Adelaide; and at the Port 4s. €Jd. may be considered the value. Flour is worth about .£10 10s., but there is no animation.in the market. Hay remains at former quotations. Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m.

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FINNISS VALE. Finniss Vale, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

FINNISS VALE. TFrom oiir own Correspondent, j Finniss Vale, February 19. On Monday evening, the 4th instant, the quarterly meeting of the Finniss Vale Institute waR held ;? Mr E. J. Catlow, the President, occupied the chair. The attendance was large, and no doubt it would have been considerably larger bnt for the busy season of the year. .filler JwVlcnlUE^ *.w«3 nici«»i.jr wuuiuuuuua *v* the past quarter, the President called upon the Treasurer (Mr H.Elliott) to read his report, which was as follows : — Balance in hand last meeting, £3 19s. 7d. ; subscriptions received, £2. Expenditure, 14s. 8d., leaving a balance in hand of £5 4s. lid. (Applause.) It was proposed Ipy Mr W. Randall, and seconded by Mr J. Taylor, that the report be adopted. On being put to the meeting, it was carried mm con. The Secretary (Mr. J. Way) then read his report, from which we learn the follow ing : — Members, 23 ; average attendance dur ing the quarter, 10 ; subseribers to the library in connection with th...

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THE REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD ON THE BARRIER RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

THE REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD ON THE BARRIER RANGES. Spriggs, Cobb's messenger to the Barrier Ranges, has returned, having only reached Outalpa. He says the diggings are a myth. This is doubtful, as the Riverine and Victorian papers all confirm the tidings of the discovery of gold.

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THE STRATHALBYN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

THE STRATIIALBYN SHOW. The second annual show of the Strathalbyn j Agricultural Society Las been held, and the 1 great success that was attained indicates matters of more importance than merely the progressive development of the revived Asso ciation. A Show such as that of Thursday last wonld only be possible in a district pos- j Kcssintr vast pastoral and 3»ricultur?l resources. 1 and a people remarkable for intelligence and enterprise. Cut of Adelaide there has pro- 1 bably never been such an exhibition in South ! Australia ; and, indeed, in the fat stock '?? classes the show altogether excelled any that j have been seen even in the metropolis of late j years. The lion. Thomas Hogarth— no mean j judge ia such matters — declared publicly that ] GaA-lcr, with its vaunted ' second Society' I of the colony, was fairly eclipsed ; and, indeed, ! it was. In one or two details tlie exhibition, 1 as will always be the case, was incomplete f and unsatisfactory, but as a whole whether we j r...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

MONTHLY CALENDAR. Phases op the Moon. First Quarter — Wednesday, March 13, 6.2 p.m. Full -l- on — Wednesday, March 20, 6.30 p.m. ] Last Quarter — Tuesday, March 28, 5 p.m. j New Moon — Friday, April 5, 7. IS a.m. j ? r ? -7— ? : MARCH. ! Sujt. j Moox. I I Dae °fb Xh-i I Ku:'- I Sets. Kises. gets. I o J Week. i j i a.m.. ' p.m. a.m. p.m. j 10 | Sunrlay ? I G 0 ! d 24 9 36 8 59 ' II ! Monday ? GO 6 23 10 4i 9 41 12 j Tuesday.... 6 1 6 21 11 45 10 30 13 I Wednesday j 6 2 6 20 p.m. 11 23 14 ! Thursday... j 0 3 6 19 1 « a.m. 15 ; Friday ? j 6 4 j 6 17 2 41 0 21 16 Saturday... i 6 5 1 6 16 3 31 1 23 17 Sunday ? | 6 6 i 6 !5 4 17 2 26 18 i Monday ? ; 6 6 I 0 33 4 53 j 3 29 1 19 j Tuesday.... ; 6 7 ] 6 U 5 30 I 4 32 | 20 ! Wednesday C 8 6 10 6 13 5 34 j 21 j Thursday... ,69 6 8 ! 6 4S . 6 34 I 22 Friday ? ; 6 10 0 7 j 7 23 7 33 ] 23 Saturday .. ; 6 10 6 5 ! 7 29 8 30 ' 24 Sucday ? ! 6 11 ! 6 4 8 36 9 27 j 25 j Monday ? j 6 12 i 6 2 i 9 1G 10 21 j 26 Tucsdav.... ' 6 12 6 0 1 9 53 11 14 j 27 ...

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THE RACE FOR WEALTH IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

THE RACE FOR WEALTH IN AMERICA. The special correspondent of the Spectator, who signs himself ' Yankee,' furnishes the j following lively article on money getting in ! America : — j St. Paul is continually misquoted as having j declared that money is the root of all evil, he { having found the root of evil not in money i but in the love of money. If by this phrase j philargnria, would seem to have been the case, ! we in this country need not look for a very i large crop of evil. The root is too small to j produce much fruit. There is probably less j greed of money here for mere money's sake i than in any other country in tbe world. But if St. Paul meant, as it would seem that one who was not oniy an apostle but a thoughtful aud observant man of the world, must have meant, that the love of the sensuous gratifica tions, the material benefits, and the sort of power and distinction which money can com- j mand, is at the root of all, or nearly all, the ? evil in the world, then, to speak...

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GREAT MEN OF OUR DAY. No. 3. DEAN STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 March 1867

GREAT MEN OF OUR DAY. _ _ No. 3. DEAN STANLEY. Arthur Fenrhyn Stanley is the son of tte late Edward Stanley, D.D., Bishop of Nor wich, and wa8 bom about 1815. He waB educated under Dr. AraoW, at Rugby, and went from that school to Balliol College, Oxford, where he obtained a scholarship, the - first distinction of many which caused him to nave a iauious name in tne annals of the University. He gained the Newdigate prize For an English poem, the Ireland scholarship for classics, he took a first-class in classics in L837, the Latin essay prize in 1839, the English essay and theological prizes in 1840, having become in the meantime Fellow of University College. For many years he was 3ne of the tutors of that, college ; Select Preacher, 1845-6; Secretary to the Oxford University Commission ; Canon of Canterbury, 1851-58; Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Oxford ; and Chaplain to tho Bishop of London, 1858-64. The first book that he published was his ' Life and Letters of Or....

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