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STARVATION. (Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
STARVATION. (Emmincr.) The Mendicity Society assures us that it is -i crime to relieve beggars in the street. Three litile b-vs, eleven, ten, aed eight years old, were produced before Mr. Knox tbe other dav at ilarlborough Police Court, charged with begging. We cannot say au3'thing about the \ cast! more touching than the evidence : — ffnrgcaut Huuce, 5 C, said that about 8 o'clock t-» Friday evening lie saw the boys standing bv the door of Mr. Cook's, tbe confectioner, in Coventry- \ street, two on ouc side of the door and one on the other. They seemed to be nearly droppinDr from want, and begging of different ladies for pence. He tcK:k the hoys to the station and sent for food for them, ' llicy slating tbat they were very kuugry. lie after wards went and made enquiries respecting tbe boys, and found that Field had no father, and that bis ; mother, who got her living by washing, lived in ' Croivu-street, Soho. The father of tbe Longs, who ] lived in Princcs-coart, Drury-laue, was a...
MEN'S VANITY. (The Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
MEN'S VANIIT. (The Ouctn.) ?\Villi regard to this very subject of faulty, inea'i notions about tlieingelves, and women's vifiirs on ilie .same point, are, according to our experience, considerably at variance. Woineu probably, we may almost say certainly, when if icir sex is accused of vanity, will acknow ledge ' the soft impeachment.' They hare heard it asserted very often ; ar.d it may be that every woman in her heart knows that ihere is something with regard to which she cherishes a little vaniiv. But men, if charged with being vaiiij will roundly deny it. This does not, however, diminish in women the con viction that the vanity exists, notwithstanding all disclaimers. Take the vanity of dress. That women thould be careful to dress as well as others is often given as an instance of their vanity. Are there no men to whom the length or width of a coat, the placing of buttons, the set of a bhii't-front, the width and shape of a collar, the fashion of a necktie, are objects of unceas...
STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
STRATH M.ttYX. F; lu.vv, Maitcii 2b. Present — The Chairman, and Messrs Thomas and Cio«e. Various tenders received, -nrlien 1}k; fnll-i\viiiT were acccjuoil, viz. : — lload- making, a* £?; S-;. p-:r chain, T. Breunan ; 2£'u. lituestonu stacked, Zi. 21. per yard, T. Bivmsan.. Teiuier* to \-m cp.Ued for ro&j-woik at New 11am bu:fr, :md ii'-ar ibu !'o!i:-!rv- Clirk 4 - i-if-nn Mi_-;ix 'itiiiliine .infl l,-*.x?i* tiiat u-.i '.?_?:?.- c -ia'n '^o«i d ar.ii wiiCE'f 1 rci'ls lc tVmra o-;n ?.vu!in stveii ijjvs i:m:u ti.-vtc of iv tic-.-. Council will ri-iimvc Ihc oLsiru.:ti:ji:s rfi;il ?;i.i.:Tgc the C!*ts. Clerk to wrile Mr £. MeiJo-JnlJ ui r- fertnc: to subscription towards proposed culling al Limeatone lill. iiLceiplP, £20 ; JisljursituafiutSi £!?)'.- lUs. 2 1.
ALDINGA. SATURDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
AI.D1NGA. Satcjumv. M ai;«.h 23. Present— Mr B. nuticrwonli (Chairman), Messrs \V. lowering, L. Fidge, and W. I'ainten. liesolverl, tJiat lenders be calleJ for making drain near Brunuan's Swamp. -S;;vi.'ii teiidc-s received for making drain near O. * Hunan's ; that of \V. Frickir, for 2s. 5.VL per chain, accepted. .Seven tenoW received lor clciring and widening drain near Matthews' ; that oft'. Harrison, for Is. H'd. per chain, accepted. Twotcudeis ic ctired for malting spoon drni-i near school-io tm ; that of If. Mull»tFun'--. io1 ?£?' 3'si ?»eoof.4-;cl. Ybrec tenders received for makintr sp «--? draiu near Lliya's C-.-nier; tli.it of C. IVrkur, for i'y 9s., accvpti:d. l'aviuuuts, £S 0s. lul.
BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. £ P. d Deals, 0X3 ? 0071 i Do, sawn, extra oach cut ... ... 0 0 Oi Do. 11X3, solid ? 0 0 Hi Do, do, sawn each cut ? 0 0 Of Battens, 7 X 3. solid ? 0 0 5 Do, do. each cut ? 0 0 Oi Cedar Board, per foot super ? 0 0 SJ Flooring Boards, T & G. 0 X 1 J ... 0 0 2J Stringy Bark, 3X2, l.J-d, & IVO ... O 10 0 Do., 4 X 2, ip- 100 ? 0 1-1 0 Do, 4X3 ? 0170 Do, CXI. Ud ? 0 12 0 i Ziuc, 3*ctvt~ ? 2 10 0 I Galvanized Iron, 3} cwt, ... 30= to 2 1 0 Spouting, lialf tound, \y foot. iti! t-i 0 0 fi Do. OG, q* foot. .. ... 7d to 0 0 S Lime 3* bushel at the kiln ? 0 1 0 Do, do delivered ? ... 0 1 0 Palings, 5 feet, Launccston ? 15 0 j Do do. Ilobirton ? I 3 0 f LaUss, 3 feet, ^-- 1,000 ? 110 j Do, 3 feiit (5 iischcs, do ? 1 1 0 ; t'einent. lV.rt1.111d ? 35s to 2 ?- 0 1 Slalcs, 2 1 X 1 ,19-1,000 ? 17 0 0 i
DISTRICT COUNCILS. NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. NOAKLUIWA. MlKIiAY, Al'SII. 1. Present— Messrs W. Oliver (Chairman), I5. I-iml-, Jarred, an-i J. (-fribble. The Clerk reported rates received £21 14s. Chair. n;in to apply for rationn for I*. IJdany, Mrs Hob!-s, Mrs lirigiir, arid Mrs. Caudy. Orler to open and close roads, Scctiju 129. duly signed by the Cum.cii. Accounts passed for payment, f 15 7s. GJ.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
NEW ZEALAND. Frauds by a Solicitor Uf Auckland. — Mr E. J. Cox, a solicitor of large practice at Auckland, levanted on the 3rd instant, under circumstances which leave no doubt he lias baen guilty of fraud of the worst kind, having appropriated trust moneys placed in his charge for investment. On the 6th instant the Daily Southern Cross contained the following cstraordinarV advertisement from this individual: — 'To the credi tors of B. J. Cox. — The property I hold being very far from sufficient to pay tbe moneys owing by me, th3 greater portion of which consists of sums deposited with me at interest, repayable at call, and moneys received for investment, I have rendered myself liable to prosecutions under the Fraudulent Trustees Act. There were three courses open- cither to con tinue, by borrowing money, to postpone the evii day ; to surrender myself to the magistrate; or to en deavor to leave the colony, with the intention of using my utmost exertions to continue to pay the intere...
MONTHLY CALENDAR. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
MONTHLY CALENDAR. P'nASES OF TnE MOOS. New Moon — Friday, April 5, 7.18 a.m. Firsi Quarter— Fridav, April 12, 0.24 a.m. Full fticon — Friday, April 19, 8.21 a.m. Last Quarter — Saturday, April 27, 11-15 a.m. AP2I L. Sun. Moos. I Da^ve°^tlle Kises. Sets. Kises. Sets. I s.m. p.«n- *?**? P-tn- 1 Monday ? C 17 5 52 2 12 3 40 2 1 Tuesday.... €13 5 51 310 4 17 3 I Wednesday £ 19 5 50 4 10 j 4 51 4 i Thursday... C 19 5 49 5 12 5 31 5 i Friday ? 6 20 5 47 6 10 C 10 0 Saturday... 6 21 5 4G 7 22 6 ol 7 Sunday ..... 6 22 5 44 8 2S 7 36 8 Monday ? C 23 5 43 9 3a 8 2a 9 Taerdly... 6 24 5 41 10 40 9 18 10 Wednesday. G 25 5 40 U 42 10 16 II Thursday... C 25 5 39 p.m. 11 17 V- Friday ? €-26 5 38 1 oG a.m. 13 Saturday ... 6 27 5 3G 2 16 0 19 14 Sunday ..... C 2S 5 35 2 08 1 22 15 Monday ? 6 29 5 34 3 36 2 Hi 16 Tuesday.... C 30 5 32 4 12 3 24 17 Wednesday 6 30 5 31 4 47 4 24 IS i Thursday... 6 31 5 30 0 21 5 22 19 Friday ..\... 6 31 5 29 5 ol 6 20 20 Saturday .. 6 32 5 2S 6 33 7 16 21 Sunday ? 6 32 ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
NEW SOUTH WALES. A MosETcn NuBflET.— We (BrniihKood JihpntcfiJ were shown by the manager ot ihe Joint .Stock Bmk in this town a mammoth nugget which had been un earihed on some part of ilie Little IJiver, and s-)ld to the b*nk. It weighs 35 ounces and is solid gold, without a particle of quartz in it. The nap get is very peculiarly shaped, being of an oblong form, turned at the ends like a imrse-suoe, with this dif ference, that the curves somewhat resemble tlic bead of au eagle. Th- ugli not informed who the Incky persons are who dropped upon ir, we are inclircd to believe it was a party uf ChTnaincn, as there was Sijine rumour about a few weeks since as to a nugget having been fiiund by some Chiiianu-n, and it is baidly likely that it would have been kept so quiet had Kuropeans found it. KxTBAOP-nrsART Occurkkxce. — On Sunday after noon last, the residents of Lower William-street. Batburst, were suddenly startled, and many were alarmed, by a loud report, as from the discharge of a...
FARMERS', GARDENERS', & VIGNERONS CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
FARMERS', GARDENERS', & VIGNE KONS CALENDAR FOR APillL. [Revised by George MeEwin, Esq., J.P. j THE PLAINS. Tnn Fabm. — As soon as the vreather will permit, Barley aud Cape Oats may be sown for crop. Cape Oats 'should be sown for hay iu preference to the white, being earlier in growth, and superior in quality for fodder. The selection of seed f»r the wheat crop ought also to be commenced. This is a work of the greatest importance to farmers, as clean samples will always command a much higher price than inferior. Should the -weather appear favorable, sowing might be commenced at the end of the Sow Lueern, Vetches, and Rye Grass for foSdcr ; also, Mangold Wurrzel— the Loug Red in deep soils, the Orance Globe in light or shallow. Kitchen Gardes.— This is the moutn tor tue main operations of gardening for the season. Sow Parsnips, Turnips, Spinach, Cabbage, Eadishes, Parsley, Broad Beans, and Peas. The Peas such as are good f--r main crops are — Buriridse's Eclipse, Scymitar, Ha...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. A scene In court is thus alluded to by the BentHgo Advertiser: — *' The usually du 1 proceedings ox the County Court were, ou Wednesday, enlivened by a little scene between his Honor Ju*f»e Hunger and Mr Marticy, counsel for tlie plaintiff in the ease of Gambatti v'. Glasgow Keef Company. The evidence of the witnesses on both sides had l.-een 1aken, and counsel on both sices bad addressed the assessors, when His Honor, before directing them, recalled a witness for defendants, and asked him a question as to wbeiber he beard a certain co:iver.-atiou bearing on the case. Mr Mailiey objected to the question lining j-ut, as the witness had not been exiir.Died ou the suhject by defendant's course!, ami the witness having heard liis (Mr Motley's) address to the as r-csso's, would now know exactly how to answer, nisd further cited ihe practice »:f tbe Judces of the Supreme Court, who did notraiss points io assist, but left counsel to the conduct of the case. Hi...
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. We beg to remind our subscribers that this number commences a new quarter. From inanv of tuem we have not yet received a re mittance at all. They may think the amount very trilling, anil so it ia singly, but the ftg i^rcgate amount of our outstanding subscrip tions is something considerable — to us. Payment .may be made by post office order or postage stamp?, in ilie latter case twopenny stamps preferred. Money orders may be made payable to Mr D. M. Mackie, Port Elliot. *The Mouther u SUgws. PORT ELLIOT, SATURDAY, Oth APRIL.
MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PORT ELLIOT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. [Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
MAGISTRATE'S COUliT, PORT ELLIOT. WkDSESOAV, J&l'BU. 3. [Before B. F. Lsarie, Esq., S.M.J Giles Abbot % of the Square AVatcrhole Eating house, was charged by Police Tnx-p-:r Campbell witii having retailed a certain quantity -if liquor, the eaid Giles Abboit being an unlicensed person. The defendant pleaded guiSy. Fined £10 and £1 costs. ' j John' Oliver was charged with UFinpr 'bsccne and | threatening language to Taomis Hawker. j Defendant pleaded not guilty. I Thomas Hawker deposed l!iat on the night the j alleged offence took place he was at Smallaeumbu's I Hotel, where he saw the defeudant, who called him \ on oue side and naid him an aecouiit. Afier this lie ! (complainant) left, and iu a 1'e.w minutes heard a horse galloping behind him ; looked behind him and saw it w»s defendant, who accosted him and en quired whether he (complainant) had ever called him a d ? d rogue? Replied that he had uever done so, and that he had never made use of any such expression. In getting...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
Auctions On TUESDAY, April 0, at 11 o'clock. AT THE I..VTK RESIDENCE OF MK. WM. j:andall, rapid bay. H--l*FEnOI.l- FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. CLEA11ING-OUT SALE. Elf. HEWETT is honored with instructions ? from Mr. David Randall, to sell by auction, en Tuesday, April 9, at 1 1 o'clock — FURNITURE, &a— BEDROOMS— -Bedsteads. (Iron), Washstands, Toilet Tallies, Towel Horse, Chests Drawers, Matting, &c, &c DRAWING-ROOM— Tables (Round and Square) Chair?, Orach. Whatnot, Handsome Bookcase Miisir Stool, Pier Gi*se. Window Poles, Bicgs and Cu stains, Csrpet, Hearthrutr, Fender, &c DINING-ROOM, &c— l-arge Cedar Table, S=jfaa Chairs, Bookshelves, Side Cupboards, &c, &c HALT.— Tables, Sofa.*, &c.. Kitchen Tables (Cedar), Forms, Dresser, Meat-Safe, Crockery, Cooking Utensils, Tubs, Coppers, &c. Af.SO, Orape-Cnif-'ier. Wine-Press, Tubs, Vats. Casks. FARM IMPLEMENTS— Garret & Sons' Patent Dri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
rpiIE SOUTHERN ARGUS ?*- And StratLalbyn, Wellington, Milang, Lang Imrne's Creek, Woodcbester, Mount Barker, Echunga, MacclesOeld, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Noarlunga, Willunga, Aldiuga, Selliek's Hill, Myponga, Nor inauvillc, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, Cape Jervis, Inmau Valley, Bald IOlls, Hindmarsh Valley, Kncounter 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-STBEET, PORT ELLIOT. Terms of Subscription (payable in advance)— Per. Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, 16s. ; or per Single Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. tgB' Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptions, or Job Printing will be received by any of the Local Agents, or at Ihe Southern Arqus Offices, Freeling Btreet, 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 line ... 4d. ' $3T Where Woodc...
PORT ELLIOT PRICES CURRENT. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
PORT ELLIOT PRICES CITKHEXT. RETAIL. Flour, 23s i- hag. Pullard. is Id q- tashel. Bran, lOd^v bushel. Bread, 4d the 25b loaf. r.UTCIIEtt's Mr.AT. j Bnef, 3d to OS 1'oik, Sd to lOd Mutfon. 4d to 5d Veal. 5J to 7d Lamb, 3s to 4s q» qnnrter. ]-A11:V 1»«OI1UCE. Bacrm,cnlonial ls2-5, Is4d Hams, colonial, Is2dto Do EagHph, isCd Is 41 i Butter, fresh, Is Sd Duck?, 6s ^ pair Eggs, Is 2d q- doz. Fowls, 3s to y.sOd ;-.* pair Cheese. Colonial, Is Milk, 0d per quart . j Do, English, 2s. VEnnTAnr.r.s. Cucumbers, Id t»4d each Potatoes, nrvr, 1 1-1 ^- \h Carrot?, 3;1 q- bunch Parsley, 3d q.* bunch. Leeks, 3d 3* hunch Onions, green, 2d 33- bch Marrows, 3d to Cd j rBcrr. j Almond?, dried. Is Ijemons, Id to 24 Apples, 2d to O'l per lb. Oranges, 2d to Sil Ptars, 3d to 61 ^- lb Plums, Sd ^- quart
SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
SHIPPING. VICTOR HAEBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Wednesday, April 3— Crinoline, scb-cner, 7G tons, O'llars, master, from Port Adelaide, G. S. Read, agent. Carjr a— 3 pkgs, Joyce ; 3 do, Greayer; 12 do, Goode; 4wgirders, Martin and Loutit; 2S pkgs, Newell; 5 do, Grey; 3 do, Wardle; 20 do, G. S. Head; 1 do, 'Turner; 4 do, Golding; 3 do, Wilkins; 4 do, Greenfield; 9 do, Truslove; 1 do, W. and A. Bowman; 6 do, Heggaton; 29 do, D. T. Jones; 3 -io, Smallaeombe ; 17 do, A. Graham ; 23 do, J. Yarcoe ; G do, J. Born; 3 do, R. Lloyd ; 1 do, Acr-aman, Main, Lindsay, and Co. ; 3 do, Wilcox ; 1 do, D. XL Mackie; 56 do, Osborne; 32 do, Bovrley ; 1 do, Bowley; I do, Rogers; 35 do, Dowlaud; 22 do, Trigg; 32 do, Anstey; 4 do, Wright, 3 do, Mar graves; 22 do, Sumner : 7 do, J. Missen; 1 do, Schacht; 10 do, Todmau; 31 do, Cohen: 1 do, Rocket Station ; J Boat, Police Department. MISCELLANEOUS. The Silvia, barque, loaded with rails for the Strathalbyu -Tramway, is, according to advises, 159 days out, and much...
LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT, ADELAIDE. MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT. ADELAIDE. AIonoay. April 1. [He-fore His ITonor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] In uk John Virgin, or 1\ikt Elliot, Farmi:e. Final hearing. Mr Bruce for the insolvent. Tiie accountant's report was read as follows : — 'The liabilities amoutt to £194 6s. 6d. The assets are va!u«d hy the insolvent as follows : — Hay and horses held l-y Mr Greayer as securitv, £120; sundries valued at £2G 35s. — £14C 15s. Estimated deficieacy, £4.7 Us. Gd. The insolvent was a farmer at Port Elliot. lie began in March, 3SG5, with a capital of £81. A loss is shown on his farming1 oper ationsof X103 11s. CJ-, and he paid his solicitor £25. The accounts have been raised from the insolvent's vouchers aud information he has given me himself. It would seem that Mr Grcayer, by advancing ,£45 to pay the rent, obtained secuiity covering not only the sura advanced, but a debt of his own — amount, £43 12s. The schedule was not filed in due coarse, in consequence of ihe uon-attendance of the ...
MEADOWS. Meadows, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 April 1867
MEADOWS. f From our own Correspondent. J Meadows, April 1 . The weather still continues cool and plea sant, and we have had several nice showers, which has set the gardeners and farmers busy preparing for ibeir early crops. The wheat harvest is now fairly over ; but, geuerally speaking, the yield has not been so great, nor the sample so good, as was antici pated — ihe hot winds which set in at Christ mas proving very injurious to the crops. A most influential deputation, consisting of several representatives ot various parts ot this aud the surrounding districts, headed by Mr J. Carr, M.P., recently waited on the Central Road Board to urge upon them to alter their decision in reference to the main line from Echunga to the Meadows, and so far succeeded as to obtain from them a promise to visit and inspect the rival roads in person, which promise they fulfilled on Wednesday last ; but as they declined expressing an opinion at the time, we are at present in ignorance of the conclusions...