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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

SUDDEN DEATH. On Monday, October 24, an inquest was held by Mr. C. Eimber, J.P., at Blyth Plains, on the body of Michael Redden, who died sud denly on October 22. Patrick Redden said he was a brother of de ceased. The deceased: took ill at about five minutes to 12 on Saturday night. He was in formed by John Caulfield that his brother was ill, and was told to look after him. Grot up and got him a hot drink of milk. After that he complained of pain in his chest. Put on a mustard plaBter, which remained on for about 10 minutes. About 25 minutes elapsed from the time of hie taking ill till his death. De ceased bad not been in the habit of drinking, and had taken nothing that day. Had no rea son to think he had eaten or drunk anything to injure him. About 12 months ago 3>r. Vcgt. attended deceased.. John Caulfield said he slept in the game room as deceased on October 25. About five minutes to 12 he put his hand on his chest, and complained of being bad. Got put of bed and called his b...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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MEETING AT RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

MEETING AT liUYNlE. On Saturday, the 22nd. iust., a meeting was caiiT^ned by the Chairman of the District Council (Mr.Kemp) to take into consideration the disgraceful and dangerous state of the road north and. south of Rhynie. In the absence of Mr. Kemp, who was unable to attend through illness, Mr. Ryan occupied the chair. After theChairman bad read the advertise ment caUing the meeting, Mr. Alfred Cur now proposed That this meeting express their dissatisfaction with the action of tiie"Central Road Board in connection with the north-wesfcern-road. Mr. Rumble made a few remarks <ra the state of the road, pointing but that there was really very little to be done, but that little had a very injurious'influence bnthe interests of the dis trict. Mr. Kewson said there was scarcely a road in the country which had a larger share of traffic than the north-western branch. He could not understand why those small portions of the road should be neglected, while many places which do-n...

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PARLIAMENTARY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

PARLIAMENTARY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Wednesday Mr. Watts'* motion for adding £100 a year to the salary cf the Director of the Botanio Gardens (Dr. Schomburgt) was carried. Mr. Stewart's motion for £1,000 to improve the ferry at Wellington was lost. Mr. Mildred's motion for the discontinuance of the labor-test work was interrupted by the Orders of the Bay, and postponed till next Friday. The Market Bill was passed through Com irittee. The Waste Lands Alienation Bill was alee passed through Committee. On the motion of the Attorney-General, a Select Committee was appointed to enquire into the question of the vesting of the Water works in the City of Adelaide Mid Town of Port Adelaide. . On Thursday Mr. Mildred's motion respecting labor (test work was carried. On Friday Br. Bright presented a petition for a grant of £250 towards erecting an institute at Clare, Mr. KrichaufTs motion for exrendiog the operations of the Scrub Lands Act to other scrub lands was carried. The debate oa Mr. Gl...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

THE GOLDFIELDS. CfiiTEBioar.--The gentlemen from Ballarat .who have purchased this valuable property in-; spected it last week, and again on Monday. Mr. Kightly,whd negotiated the sale, had, in commencing a permanent shaft, filled up the old workings; but in order to thoroughly sat isfy the, buyers as to the value of the property, extra hands were put on, and the old; shaft at orice cleared out and theifeef bared and stripped. It was then proved to be solid, and with, every indication of permanency, two to three feet -wide,-and gold plainly visible in the stone. Some rich prospects were also obtained, and a continuation of the original rich vein of gold was struck in the deepest part of the workings - about 17 feet. On Monday Messrs. Laplau and Morey, two of our visitors from Ballarat, went underground and broke out some rich prospects from the solid reef and also from the casing1. I® i# the Intention,' when all perl.'m inaries are definately arranged, to1 sink a'per manent shaft wi...

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POLICE COURT—CLARE. Monday October 24. [Before Messrs. [?]. Kimber, J.P., and J. H. Roe, J.P.] ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

POLICE COURT-CLARE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Before MeBBrs. G. KIMBER, J.P.3 and 3. H. Hoe, J.P.] ABUSIVE IIAKGUAG-E. John Higgias was charged on the information of John Garter with abusing and insulting him on the I8th inst. at Clare. George Carter said he knew defendant. On the 18ih inst. saw him in the bar of the Com* merciallnn. Defendant said "You are not half a manj if you are, come outside and take it out of me,'~and -swore at him. , Francis Stacey, landlord of the Commercial Inn, said He knew' Carter. While Mr. Carter was in his Mr on the 18tbj Higgins and several others came in greatly excited, and made use of bad language towards complainant. Fined £1 and costs, and to be bound in one surety of £10 to keep the peace for three! months.

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ARRIVAL of the ENGLISH MAIL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [By Electirc Telegraph.] TELEGRAMS TO OCTOBER 1. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF PRUSSIANS. SURRENDER OF STRASBURG. PARIS INVESTED. CROWN PRINCE AT VERSAILLES. EMPRESS AND PRINCE IMPERIAL IN ENGLAND. APPREHENSIONS OF RUSSIAN AGGRESSION IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (FKOM OTTB OWN COBBESPONDEHT.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TELEGRAMS TO OCTOBER 1. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF PRUSSIANS. SURRENDER OF STRASBURG. PARIS INVESTED. CROWN PRINCE AT VERSAILLES. EMPRESS AND PRINCE IM PERIAL^IN ENGLAND. APPREHENSIONS OF RUSSIAN AGGRESSION IN THE EAST. The Germans captured before Strasbourg have been beheaded and their beads stuck on poles. The number of prisoners taken at Sedan is Baid to be 80,000. The Prussian loss is stated at 80,000. Political dissensions are said to be springing up in Prussia. Disapprobation expressed at the attitude of England with regard to the war. Russia and Austria have joined to prevent the dismemberment of France. Bussia is ac tively assisting France. Agitation in Spain in favor of French Re public. Feeling in favor of Republicanism spreading over Europe, exciting great apprehensions in England. It iB stated that Bussia has a design upon the East, and if France acquiesces in those de signs, she will render a...

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THE STONEHAM FAMILY IN CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

THE STONEHAM FAMILY IN CLARE. On the expected close of the theatrical season at the Theatre Royal last week the Stoneham family availed themselves of the op portunity of giving an entertainment or two in Glare. On Thursday Mr Stoneham arrived, and announced their intention to play in the Town Hall on Friday and Saturday evenings. The people of Clare still retain pleasant recol lections of Miss Stoneham's former visit, and there can be little doubt that had a more ex tended notice been given crowded houses would have met her reappearance. Although the attendance was by no means large, yet under the circumstances it was as satisfactory as could have been expected j on the second evening especially a very fair number of people were assembled in the Hall* The performers were five in number-Mr?. Mr. and Miss Stoneham, Mr. Stratton, and Mr. Howson, the latter gentleman presiding at the piano. The comic element is supposed to be represented by Mr Stratton, and we might just say that he is ...

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ARMAGH SCHOOL. (To the Editor of The Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

ARMAGH SCHOOL. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS.) Sib-Mr. Jarmsn baring declined to make me a public apolojpy for his insulting letter oi the 14th inst., my solicitor has received in structions to proceed with the case as soon as pcesible against him. To satisfy the opinion of my patrons in the meantime, I have only to say that ail my fre scholars have been made free by the proper authorities, and that the youth under my charge acts with the approbation of his guardian. X aco, Sir, &c., W. T. Cbosbt. Armagh, Oct. 24,1870.

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GUENON'S METHOD FOR JUDGING MILKING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

GUENONNS METHOD FOR JUDG ING MILKING COWS. Probably there is no matter of greater importance to the farmer than a right and sound judgment in the choice of his milking cows-not only for quality, but quantity. In dairy countries it makes all the difference as to the results of the exchequer to the individual, and it, moreover, becomes a matter of national importance to en courage any breed of cow which is most successful and to be depended upon in that respect. Besides this, there are houses in every parish in England where the owner has only room and means to keep one cow. The parsonage almost always possesses one, and so do the better class of cottagers, to whom, therefore, it is of the utmost moment that that cow should be a good one, for upon its good qualities depends the daily supply of milk to the household, an article which the poorer dwellers in our towns seldom see in its pure state. The French ag riculturists are very much more par ticular than we are in marking the signs ...

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CLARE BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY.—ANNUAL MEETING IN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

CLARE BRANCH BIBLE SO CIETY.- ANNUAL MEETING IN TOWN HALL. The annual meeting* of the Clare Branch of the South Australian Auxi liary to the British and. Foreign Bible Society was held in the Glare Hall on Tuesday evening-, October 25. From some unaccountable cause tljere was but a poor attendance, about 60 per sons being present. * Mr. J: Hope occupied the -chair. Afteivreading and praypr? -\ i' . The Chairman said he anticipated a larger meeting. The work of circu lating God's word was one of great im portance. He had to congratulate them on the prosperity of the Clare Branch. There had been an increase in the sale of books, and also in the subscriptions. He would leave it to others to go into details, but would just say that great progress had been made in circulating God's word through the world, and a marked effect had re sulted irom such circulation. The Rev. W" Davidson read the report as follows v u This institution of which we are a branch, and whose claims we have met to a...

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WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

WATERVALE. (FBOM OTJB OWN COliEESPOKDEKT.) October 27. On Sunday, October 23, Miss Thorne preached morn ing and evening at the Foresters' Hall, as the chapel was not calculated to held the'number expected to be present. There were over 300 in the Hall, and a great number outside. A slight confusion was caused by crowding in, but on the whole the congregations were very orderly. The impressive and earnest manner in which Miss Thorne preached rivetted the attention of the congrega tion. The Rev. Mr. LyaU, of Adelaide, preached in the afternoon. On Monday, the 24th. special efforts were made to re duce the debt on the Bible Christian Chapel, Upper Wakefield. Miss Thorne preached in the afternoon to a large congregation, and at 4 o'clock a public tea was held, and in the eveniug a public meeting, presided over by Mr. Eolip. Addresses were given by the He vs. Mr. Trewin, O. Lake, and others. The proceeds were very satisfactory* On Wednesday nest it is announced that Miss Thorne is to pre...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Oct. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

'IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the " Government Gazette," Oct. 20. ) WHIT WART Aj J. Brocks^-Bay draught horse, star, snip on nose, round bell od neck, collar marked, near hind and fore foot shod, like ie conjoined and T near shoulder j dark brown draught horse, white spots on back, like ^ over C near shoulder. To be sold November 14. Mintaho, A. Smith-Chesnut horse, blaze down face, near fore and off hind foot white, hobbles on, like l> within circle near shoulder; bay mare, black points, email star, a: hear neck, H over a near shoulder, M near thigb4 hobbies on ; bay horse, near hind foot white, star, shod, like jh conjoined with over off shoulder ; dark bay horse, black poists, fore feet shod, collar and saddle marked, illegible brands off shoulder. To be sold November 14. Meileose, C. Yates-Old brown mare, hind feet'White, hobble marked, H near shoulder, D off shoulder; chesnut horse, ^ over 5 near shoulder ; black yearling entire colt, no brands visible; chesnut horse, poor, hin...

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LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. Thursday, Oct. 20. [Before Messrs. J. Varlev, S.M., G.Field, J.P., C. R. Goode, J.P] Judgement Summonses. HUGHES V. CARLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. THTJBSDAY, OCT. 20. {"Before Messrs. J. Yarlev, S. MOr. Field, J.P., C. B,. Goode, J.P ] JUDGMENT STJMHONSES. HUGHES Y. CARIilUE. Claim for £8, amount of cost s unpaid. Mr. Williams for plaintiff. The defendant did not appear. Ordered to pay full amount within 14 day*. O'haixobjln r. cueeait. Claim for £3 143. Defendant was examined by Mr. Williaa.8, and stated that he received about 12s per week for fees from the pound. Had made an offer to pay the money by monthly instalments. Mr. WiUiamB aeked for an order for imprisonment. To be imprisoned for 14 days. 27. SOWTON V. M. HtLLKEY. Claim for £4 lis 6i. Mr. Emerson ap peared for plaintiff, and having examined the defendant, who stated that he had been work* ing for the Clare Corporation in partnership with another person and had not received pay* xn^nte; but when the work waB finished he would pay the amount. Mr. Emerson stated that the defendant had been in work for some time, and pointed out that the debt was co...

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CHRISTIES' ENTERTAINMENT. To the Editor "Northern Argus." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

CHRISTIES' ENTERTAINMENT. To the Editor "Northern Argus." Sir-At a public meeting held in the Clare Hall eome time since I was delighted to hear it announced by the representative of your journal, that " the proprietors ot * Northern Argus' were determined to spare no expense or trouble to make their paper second to none in the colony." This, though holding out a pro spect of a somewhat alarming expenditure ot' capital and brains, at all events gave promise of increased usefulness as regards the special vocation of a local newspaper, which I take to be the advocacy of all matters tending to the welfare of the particular district in which it is published. While, without doubt, the * Nor thern Argus', is to be found filed in the Ex* change of Adelaide, and possibly in the offices of advertising agents in London, it would be almost a stretch of imagination to suppose that up to the present time it has exercised an important influence over questions of Imperial or even colonial policy. ...

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CLARE CORPORATION. Monday, Oct. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, OCT. 24. Present-Hia Worship the Mayor, Coun cillors Bowley, Fele, Kelly, Powell, and Smith. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Proposed by Councillor Powell, and seconded by Councillor Bowley, that contractor Clarke be requested to mate another half-chain in addi to his contract west of Mill-street. The contractor of the new building in Main street to be is formed that he cannot place stone outside the fence in the street. A memorial was received from Angaston district in reference to the new Road Bill, and ordered to stand over. The inhabitants east and west of the Hutt River applied to Council to have a small road between Smith's and Beekmanu's, that has been in existence for 20 years; placed on the map that is now about to be adopted by Gouiicil. The dayman's report was read and adopted. The dayman was ordered to remove the boundary pest in the south-east corner of South-West Ward to its proper place. Payments ordert d - O. Clarke, £1...

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POLICE COURT—AUBURN. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] RYAN V. SMYTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

POLICE COURT-AUBURN. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] BYAN V. 6MYTH. Abusive language and conduct. In this case the parties were Councillors of the fihynie District Council. The Chairman of the Council (Mr. Kemp), the collector of rates, and Mr. GK Cruttenden were severally ex amined. The charge was sustained, and de fendant fined 5s and costs, 50:=.. But a question of law was r< served for the opinion of the Supreme Court, on the defendant's attorney's application, as to whether a District Council office is a public place within the meaning of the 59th and 112th sections of the Police Act. Mr. Emerson appeared for complainant, Mr. Benham for defendant. C0GL1N v. MILLS. Illegally depasturing on Crown lands. Plea, guilty. Fined 20.*, and costs 20s POLICE V. TAYLEB. Cruelty to a horse. Plea, guilty. Fined 5b, and costs 30.

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CORPORATION RATES. (To the Editor of The Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

CORPORATION BATES. {To the 3£ditdr of THE KOBTHEBN AEGUC.) 1 Sir-I have been given to understand that the Corporation of Clare has determined to toe at cuce'fcr all rate* in arrear. Ac a ratepayer I consider it a great injustice at the present dull time of the year. It would have shown that the Corporation had some respect for the poorer ratepayers had they" allowed the rates to stand oyer till the new year, when money is likely to be more plentiful. I am rather surprised at the Corporation carrying such a motion,, especially when it emanated from a Councillor who pays the large amount of 2s 6i per annum rates, and who, as a rule, is as fond of long credit as any man either inside or outside the Corporation boundaries. I am, Sir, &r, RATEPAYER IN MAIN STREET.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. STANLEY, Saturday, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

DISTRICT COUNCIL. STANLEY, Saturday, October 15. Present-The- Chairman, Messrs. Faulkner and Smith. Tenders accepted-Ho. 8, II. Lindo, £15 10s; 12, jM, Meany, £7 17s 6d Mr. Lindp to bate £1. for extending south end of cutting near Mount Rufus two chaine, and 4j3 per chain for cutting drain on east side uf ford - near Feineler's. Clare . Council to be written, to to know if they will assist in making ford on the boundary. Messrs. Brady, Gibson, and Miller attended on behalf oft he trustees of Mintaro Cemetery and offered to transfer the trust to Council. To be referred to a full meeting. Mr. Faulkner to get forming between sections 140 and 141, Farrel's Flat, extended .two chains. , Mr. Feineler to be informed that if he does not clear out the drain stopped by. him by his place, Council will do so at his ex pense. Clerk to get a surveyors -chain. , Works ordered-Metalling opposite j|r. G>Cumming6\ to be extended ; ford to be made near Mr. C. Martin's; culvert near Mr, Tpbin's, Min...

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AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

AUBUHN. (FEOM OXTE OWN COEBEBPONDENT.) October 27. Tne annual meeting of the Auburn Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Wes leyan Chapel last evening. Addresses were given by the Revs. A. Stubbs, J. Trewin, and H. "Fenton, the latter as a deputation from Adelaide. The Oddfellows here intend celebrating their anniver on the Prince of Wales's birthday, to be observed here on Thursday, the 10th. There was a very heavy fell of rain all last night, flooding the Wakefield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 28 October 1870

"^^ILLIAM H. MUCHELL & CO. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Morphett street North, AS D E L A I D E . Estimates given for the ercction, alteration, or repair of buildings of every description, either in town or country. - CABINET WORK neatly and promptly executed by competent workmen.' w M. H. BEN HAM, SoLiCiroB, Auburn and Main-Btreet, Kapunda. MONEY TO LESD, FOR SALE on Easy Tenne, or for LEASE -The DWELLING . HOUSE and LAND attached lately occupied by J. S pratt, containing five good rooms, passage, & \ Apply to ARTHUR KING & CO., Clare. TVTOriCE is hereby given that the PART Jl^I NEHSHIP hitherto existing between JAMES HCGGINS and WILLIAM HOARE BENHAM, carrying on the business of Attorneys, Solicitors, and Practitioners of tiie Supreme Court, in Main-street, Kapunda, and at Auburn, under the style or firm of " Hoggins & Benham," was on the eighth day of October instant DISSOLVED by mutual consent. Dated this 24'h day of October, 1870. WM. H. BENHAM. Witne...

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