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YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

YANKALTLLA. Saturday March 23. Present — All the members. Mr Harvey reported building of culvert near Mr A. Anderson's completed satisfactorily. Loiter read from Crown Lands OSice relative to applications f-»r grants iu aid of rates. Rfr Putiand reported having 1st to R. Burgess repairs to j auction of road, Cockatoo Plat. Clerk to invite tenders from persons desirous of leasing the Yankalilla Jetty dues for one year.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

STRATRALBYN. i Friday, M^scs 11. \ Present — The Chan-man, and Messrs Goad and j Tboraas. i Applications for master and mistress for the boys' ] and sis!?' schools rcconsideied, when Mr and Mrs : H. Meek were elected. \ Mr Bills was appointed to oversight of new bridge, j Tenders to be called for 100 yards 2 Jin. limestone, j Cousicil in inspect New Hamburg Eridga and J Limestone Hill on Friday next.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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DISTRICT COUNCILS. MACCLESFIELD. MONDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ; MACCLEi-FTELU. ; Mokday, MabcH '2i-. Present— Chairman, aud Messrs H. Marker, \\ . Elder, a^ ?. Abbott. Mr Wilkius to be reqne«t- d to render fiw account in full. Account rendered by Dr. L. Herbert for medical j attendance on Mrs Clarke. ISot entertained, as Council did not authorize it. Mrs Edmunds applied to have tbiec of her children placed on the destitute list at the public E«hool. j Granted. i

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THE LICENSING PENCIL OF MAGISTRATES, THE POLICE, AND THE PUBLIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

THE LICENSING UENCU OF M.M31S- ' TKATES, THE POLICE, AXD TIIE PUBLIC. : TO TnE EDITOR OF THE SflLTHEEX A.RGCS. ' Sir — As a faithful journalist you have during th« past month given a fair record of the proceedings in our Local Courts — in itself a great bo -n to the £ou-ii. You have noticed the rtmarkabie statement inaiieoii o-;th ia this Goolwa Police Court hv 'I r-opcr Fai-qualiar. alum Spsrke.*, alias, ic. &c , in tbe cases atfectiug the character cf the house of oue o;' our oldest and ic-jst respected licensed victuallers, Mr D. T. Jones, of the Currency Creek Inu ; stilt the records of t»ie Police Court do not bring nut all the i'scts of the case, ind £ beg you to ai!;w me a small uovtioa dt your space f -r tie purpose of stating \Lcse faces. Ti;e Magistrates at Gr.olwa fined Mr Jones £5 on the. evidence (first sworn cut- way and then another) of »h-.; police, but it is r.ot with that decision I now wish to d.~al. The Bench of Magistrates in Adelai-io held their meeting...

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NO. 1 TROOP OF CAVALRY AT THE FINNISS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

NO. 1 TROOP OF CAVALRY AT THE i FINMSS, ?! TO THE EDITOR OF TnE SOOTHERS ASOUS. i Sir — In common -with not a f-_w of my brother volunteers in this district I was greatly disappointed and ancoyed at not having the pleasure of appearing in my uniform with other members of the troop at laying the foundation stone of ihe Finniss Bridge ou Tuesday last. Various rumors are abroad how it was we were not there. It bas been said that Captain Kankine was insulted by the Committee i who arranged matters In reference to the affair, and ? it has been whispered that he insulted the Committee ; ] but worst of all, if true, is that he got orders from ,; bis superior officer, Major Higgins, to ba thero ' with his troop aud disobeyed those orders. j Now, Mr Editor, although I am only a private in i Captain Bankiue's squad, I have a fair right I think i to ask him to make a public explauation respecting j this matter. j By inserting the above in your much-esteemed I journal, you will oblige : A VOLDN...

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PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. Flour, 2Ss n-v bag. \ Pollard. Is id -j* bushel. - Bran, )0d^ bushel. j Bread. 4d thu 21b loaf. ' j butcher's heat. Beef, 3d to tjd Pork, Sd to lOd j Mutton, 4d to 5d VeaL 5d to 7d Lamb, 3s to 4s ^ quarter. rjAIKV TftODUCE. Bacon.colonial Is2d, Is4d Hams, colonial, Ia2dto Do English. Is -5d Is 4d Butter, fresh. Is 3d Ducks. 6s ^ pair Eggs. 1 s 2d ^- doz. Fowls, 3s to 3s 6d ^ pair Cheese, Colonial, Is Milk, 6d per quart Do, English, 2s. VEGETABLES. Cucumbers. Id to 4d each Potatoes, new, 1^-d 59- 1b ] Carrot*, 3d 53- bunch Parsley, 3d ^- bunch. j Leeks, 3d «£? bunch - Onions, green, 2d ^ bch Marrows, 3d to 6d feuit. 1 Almond?, dried. Is Lemons, Id to 2-1 j Apples, 2d to 6d per 1b. Oranges, 2d to 3d ! Pears, 3d to 6i ^ ft Plums, 8d ^ quart

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. j Under this heading we offer our readers an oppor ? tnnity for the courteous and temperate discussion of local or general questions of public interest ; but we do not undertake to identify ourselves with the ; opinions of our correspondents. Letters must in all cases be accompanied by the name of the writer, net necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee ot ' good faith, j ?? \

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

BUILDING MATERIALS. EETAJl,. I £ P. d i Deals, 9X3 ? 0 0 '$ ] Df\ sawn, extra each cut ? 0 0 0£ ; Do, H x 3, solid ? 0 0 9} j Do. do. sawn «\acb cut ... ... 0 0 0J 1 Battens, 7X3. solid ? 0 0 5 ! Do, do. each cut ? 0 0 0} j Cedar Board, pbr fom. super ? 0 0 Si . Flooring Boards. T& G. 6 X li --? 0 0 SJ j Stringy Bark, 3 X 2, H-i. %? 1'JO ... 0 10 0 Do.. 4'x 2, & 100 ...* ? 0 14 0 * Do, 4 x ?? ? ' 17 0 : Dn. 0 X 1. Hi ? 0 12 0 ! Zhu\ »»cirt ' ? 2 10 0 - Galvanized Iron. ^ cwr, ... 30s to 2 2 0 j Spouting, half sound, ^ foot, 5d to 0 0 6 j Dr.. OG. & foot. .. ... 7d to 0 0 8 Lime ^ bushel at the kiln ? 0 10 Do, do delivered ? 0 10 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston .. ... 1 5 0 Do do. Hob3rton ? 13 0 Laths, 3 feet, & 1,000 ? 110 Do, 3 feet 6 inches, do ? 14 0 Cement, Portland ? 3os to 2 2 0 Slates, 24 X 1 ,^5,^0 ? 17 0 0

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LAW COURTS. MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PORT ELLIOT. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. [Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

LAW COURTS. | i MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PORT ELLIOT. Tcesijay, M Alien 28. [?Before K. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M.] : James Johnson and liohert Cowpcr, laborers, ap peared to an information charging them wirh haring boen found on the premises of James ToGman. Esq., M.D., at a iate hour on the previous night, and tiiere creating a disturbance, and using obscene and oid gusting language, whereby tho inmates of tbe house j were greatly disturbed and annoyed. Both tbe de- i fcuiiant? pleaded guilty. ; Dr. Todinan britSy deposed to the faefs of the I ease, from wliicir it appeared that tbe defendant j Jchason behaved in a most outrageous manner, the j language he marie use of being very obscene. ' Oiwper was fined £1, and Ji4wsou £1 lQj. j The defendants expressed themselves sorry for i what had taken place, and attributed it all to the ] drink which they bad taken. j The Magistrate told them that pleading drunken ness was no excuse, as that was a crime in itself, and 1 he hoped they wculd take wa...

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FARMERS', GARDENERS', & VIGNERONS CALENDAR FOR APRIL. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

FARMERS', GARDENERS', & VIGNE RONS CALENDAR FOR APRIL. TRevised by George McEwid, Esq., J.P.j thi: i-laixs. The Farm —As soon as the weather will permit, Barley and Cape Oats may be sown for crop. Cape Oate should be Kown for hay in preference to the white, being earlier in growth, and superior in quality for fodder. The selection of seed f.jr the wheat crop ought also to be commenced. Thit is a work of the greatest importance to farmers, as clean samples will always command a much higher price j than inferior. Should the weather appear favorable, j sowing misht be commenced at the end of the month. j Sow Lucem, Vetches, and Rye Grass for fodder ; also, Mangold Wurizsl— the Long Red .in deep soils, ! tbe Orange Globe in light or shallow. i Kitchen Gardex. — This is the month for ^the ' main operations of gardening for the season. Sow J Parsnips, Turnips, Spinach, Cabbage, Radishes, . Parsley. Broad Beans, and Peas. The Peas such aa ' are good for main crops are — Bnrbidce's ...

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MILANG. Milang, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

MILANG. {From our own Correspondent. 1 Milaue, March 28. The delivery of wheat has now almost ceased, but enough remains piled up here to keep the boats busy for a long time to come, j The water is very low at present, but the ' mail steamer continues to do her work in the j contract time. Some anxiety was caused last night by her not being in sight at sundown, and it was generallv feared that she had jrot aground. A reference to Mngrath's Flat by means of the telegraph, however, removed al! ! cause for pivsuit unoas;n--ss, as it was ascer tained tint in consequence of ihe bun cap sizing, the uiasl was 3 5iouv=. 15 minutos lust there ; bat to cross Lake Albert and thread iis tortuous channel in a dark night with a stea mer seemed a delicate operation. However, Captain Tinks proved himself equal to the emergency, as about 10 p.m. the Telegraph arrived at the jetty after a passage of five hours. We now boast two hotels in our township, the late landlord of the Lake Hoi el having ..ope...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

MONTHLY CALENDAR Phases of the Moos. New Moon — Friday, April 5, 7.18 a.m. Firfli Quarter — Friday, April la, 0.24 a.m. Full M-:ou — Friday, April 19, 8.21 a.m. Last Quitter — Saturday, April 27, 11.15 a.«n. APRIL. j Sun. j Moos. ? . ? ; ? i ? I ! Da^2kthe I Rises. Sets. I Rises. Sets. '' j ? i ? '' a.m. p.m. ! a.m. p.m. 1 i Monday ? '? 0 17 5 52 j 2 12 3 40 i 2 I Tuesday.... - 6 18 o 51 ; 3 10 4 17 3 I Wednesday i 6 19 ' 5 50 1 4 10 j 4 54 ! 4 j Thursday.'. -- 19 5 49 i 5 12 j 5 31 I 5 ' Friday..'.... 6 20 « 5 47 6 16 ! 6 10 i 6 i Saturday . . 0 21 ; 5 40 7 22 i 6 51 1 7 i Sunday ? ! 6 22 5 44 ' 8 28 ; 7 36 j 8 ; Monday ? C 23 5 43 9 35 i 8 25 9 ; Tuesday ... 6 21 5 41 10 40 ! 9 18 10 I Wednesday, i 6 25 5 40 ; 11 42 j 10 16 II Thursday?.. ' 0 25 .r- 39 i p.m. , 11 17 j 12 Friday..'.... 0 26 5 38 : 1 30 ; a.m. j 13 Saturday... 6 27 1 536 : 2 16 i 0 19 I 14 Sunday ? '0 23 5 35 ; 2 5S | 1 22 15 Monday ? ?? 6 29 5 34 ! 3 36 | 2 24 16 j Tuesday.... j 6 30 5 32 : 4 12 i 3 24 j 17 i Wedn...

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SELLICK'S HILL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

SEI,LlCE'a IilU.Cl.TIB. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. H. McCallnm, ran oat ? 1 A. McCallnm, c Payne ... 0 c Rosman ... 1 K. MaeRae, b Payno ... 7 J. MaeRae, h Rosman ... 6 J. MacRas, c Dungey ... 0 runout ... 3 J. MaeRae, sen., b Payne ... 9 not out ... 2 \V. Pengilly, b Rosman ... 7 J. Pengilly, c Adams ... 0 not oat ... 0 Dyer, b Rosman ... 8 Myles, b Rosman ... 9 Smith, not oat ? 6 b Rosman ... 0 Byes ? 4 Byes ... 2 ? 59 u

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THE OCEAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

THE OCEAN MAIL SERVICE. j - 1 The result of the deliberations of the Postal ? Conference in Melbourne has now been made ] public, and except in one important matter of detail the publics of what are now called *' the associated colonies ' may be fairly congratu lated upon what has been done. The delegates j have evidently approached the subject in a fair ! and impartial spirit. There seems to have been none of the old Victorian assumption of a right to disregard all considerations except i those of self, hut on the contrary a welcome willingness not only to adjust equitably the pecuniary harden of the proposed services, but to recognize the special claims of all the lesser colonies. We have before us a copy of the memorial to Her Majesty, which has been adopted by the Conference, the delegates who are parties thereto representing respectively the colonies of Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. The memorial opens with a series of statist...

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SELLICK'S HILL. [From a Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

SELLICK'S HILL. [From a Carrepp oudent.J ! On Monday, the 21st instant, a cricket : match was plaved here between the Horse- ! shoe (Altiancej'and Sellick's Hill Clubs. The | ground was everything that could be desired, and ia consequence (rood play was ehown on 1 both sides. The Rill Club were again the 1 victors, beating their oponents, who made 38 each innings, with seven wickets to fall. The bowling of Rosman and Payne for the Al liance, and of Myles and K. MaeRae for the Hiil Club, was very much admired. The j umpires, Messrs Budd and Butterworth, seemed i to give universal satisfaction by their decisions. There was a very good attendance of visitors, including a great number of the fair sex. After a scratch match had been partly played out, the cricketers with a few friends adjourned to Host South's, where a sumptuous repast awaited them. After dinner a few toasts and songs were given, and they departed to their respective homes. The following is the score : — Alliance Ckicket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

Auctions On TUESDAY, April 9, at 11 o'clock. AT THE LATK RESIDENCE OF MR. \VM ! BANDaLL. RAPID BAY. HOUSEHOLD rURNITUKE AND EFFECTS. ? FAE1I IMFLliMfTXTt AND MACHINES?. ; CLEARING OUT SALE. 'O M. IIEWETT is honored with instructions , J_J » t'nini Mr. David Randall, to sell by auction, ; on 'Tuesday, April 8, at 11 'o'clock— ; FIJKNITURE, &c— BEDKOOMS — itedsteaJs (Iron), Washstands, Toilet Tables. Towel Horse, Chests Drawers, ; Malting, &c, &c. i DHAWIXG-SCOM — Tables (Round and .Square), ; Chair*, Conch.tWhatnot, Handsome Bookcase, | Music Stool, Pier Glass, Window Poles, Rings, : and Curtains, Carpet, Hearthrus, Fender, &c. ! DINING-ROOM, &c— Large Cedar Table, Sofas, ! Chairs, Bookshelves. Side Cupboards, &c, &c. I HALL —Tables, Sofas, &c.. Kitchen Tables j (Cedar), Forms, Dresser, Moat -Safe, Crockery, - Choking Utensils. Tubs, Coppers, &c. '? AL.SO, ; Grape- Crusher. 'Wine-1'ress, Tabs, Vats. Casks. FARM I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

Shipping. -&t- rn H E O W N E K S3 of the Hf§a|\ X GEM and CUIfcOLINE i§i|g£ Beg to return thanks to their numerous Customers for the support accorded to those Teasels during the tost twelve years, aid they will use tbeir best endeavors to merit a con tinuance of the same. The GEM and CRINOLINE will continue to run hence to Port Adelaide and back as usual. I GEO. S. HEAD, Aprent, I Port Victor, j ? i ^.'In IVTOTICE TO CONSIGNEES] J£g£-iy OF GOODS FROM PORT ADE- j . LA IDE. — The owners of the Gem and Crinoline I having intimated their intention of running the Gem to aad from Port Adelaide, full or empty, alongside the CYNTHIA for the purpose of compelling the latter to leare the trade, Captain Heath, of tlie Cynthia, takes this opportunity of returning thanks for the liberal sup port accorded to bis vessel, and trusts to receive such patronage as will enable him to preserve the pnblic from the monopoly which is desired. RICHARD ALLEN, JON., Agent. Port Victor, January 18, 18...

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

S H 1 I' V I X G. I VICTOR HARF5OR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Friday, March 29— Zii.i.ab, barque. 342 tons, A. j Loncmuir, master, from Sydney. In ballast. ! SAILED. ; Tuesday, March 26— Cvntuia, schooner. 65 tons, \ C Heatl). master, for Port Adelaide, via Eosett.-i j H*rbor. Cargo — Ki-om Port Victor : '244 sheepskins, j 15 hides. 1 cask tallow, J. and F. Field; 1 hhd \ honey, K. Allen; 230 sheejeUins. 1G hides, I. Foster; 19 hides. C. A. Walton; 1 chest, Hosken : i 1 qr.-cask rum, Noltenius ; 5 pkgs, Sander ; 5 pkgs, ; Mrs Todd. From Rosetta Harbor : 2*59 bags wheat, i Aoratnau, Main, Lindsay, and Co. \ MISCELLANEOUS. j The CY^?THIA left the harbor on Tuesday morning, ] nnd having taken in all the cargo for her at Rosetta : Harbor, returned to Port Victor the same afternoon for a parcel of goods that the owner wished sent up without delay. [ The Zu.LAH is a fine barque of 342 tons, chartered i by Messrs Acraman, Main, Lindsay, and Co., to load ! cereals for England direct. She has been e...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

TO COKRESroXDIiSTS. Correspondents sending eommuuieaiions for : insertion are particularly requested to write '. ou one Bide of tbe paper only, as the opposite : practice csu»es «s much iiiconvemeijee.

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[From the Advertiser of Monday.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 March 1867

[From the Advertiser of Monday.] Great praise is due to the members of tbe Marine Board for the prompt measures they adopted on hearing of tbe catastrophe to the lighthousekeepers at Troubridge Shoal. They immediately proceeded in the steamer Goolwa, and returned on Saturday morning. We are glad to be able to report that they have ascertained that Mrs Tapley and child, and Miss Cranston (Mrs Tapley 's sister), who were sunnrwed tn liavp been lost ill the boat with Mr Tap'ey and Mr and Mrs Omond, are alive and well. It appeared that owing to Mrs Tapley not feeling well on the Wednesday nigbt when her husband c ime to fetch her from Salt Creek, Yorke's Penin sula, she decided to atay with her child until tbe morrow before proceeding to the Lighluonse, and Miss Cianston also remained with her. Tbe re in Sutler of the party proceeded to the Lighthouse in their boat, and there is every reason to 6uppose tbi y were drowned.

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