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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 November 1870
c LABS STEAM FLOUfit AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Pbopbietob. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed j Corn always for sale. [4 J AMES GREEN WOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. M&nr STREET, GLARE. [4 P E R C Y W . D T E R,| CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. E. AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. C4j ARCHITEGTUS, LABORUM PRINCEPS. ROBERT R. PAGE (rrom London), ARCHITECT, ARTIST, GENERAL SUR VitTOR, AND COMMISSION AGENT, GLARE. S A A C M I L N E S, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, WATERVALE. Every description' of Saddlery and Harness always on hand. Colonial Saddles made to order. Repairs of all kinds neatly executed on the shortest notice and most reasonable termp. Liberal discount for cash. EW H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & HABNESS MAKER, Min^ABO, Has always in stock a large assortment, of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scription, which he sells at remarkably low prices. Persons int...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 November 1870
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. Northern Argu&lt;»," ofiice, Thursday evening. November 3. WbeaV5a 6d Flour, £13 15s per ton 4f Per *>ag, 30s (cash) Bran, Is per bushel ' Pollard, Is 6d per bushel 0bafl; £4 10s Freeh butter lOd per lb Potted butter, none Eggs, lOi per doz Bacon, 7d per lb Bum, 8d Cheese, colonial, 10d; English, Is 7d Potatoes, 6s 6d per Cwt. Onions,'2d _.. - AUBURN. November 3. Wheat, 5a 3d per bushel;: flour, 30s .per ' bag; bran, Is 3d per bushel; pollard, Is 4-J per bushel j ebafi, £4 Os per ton ; crushed barley, 4s per bushel; bread, 4d per 2ib; loaf; beef, 4d to £d per lb; mutton,.2£d to 3|d per ib; potatoes, 8s 0d; butter, ; bacon, 9d per lb; egg*, 7d per doz | colonial cheese, Is; sawn firewood, 14s per ton. ADELAIDE. November 2. Wheat, 5s 8i Flour, £12,10s to £14
DETERMINED MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
DETERMINED MURDERERS. A man, who was condemned at Val paraiso about six months ago to three years' imprisonment for wounding- a policeman, contrived to effect his escape from gaol lately. Armed with a large nail, the point of which he had made very sharp, he proceeded to the house of a female acquaintance, whom he mortally stabbed with the nail after ex changing a few words with her. The cries of the woman attracted the attention of a policeman, who, after a sharp chase, came up with the murderer, and called upon him to deliver himself up. Muttering some words of re pentance for the act he had committed, and"feigning- the most complete sub-? mission, the murderer drew close to the policeman, who was completely thrown off his guard by the manner of the assassin, when he again drew forth his terrible weapon and plunged it into the body of the unsuspecting policeman, who fell to the ground weltering in his blood. The murderer again made off at the top of his speed, and he was not recap...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Nov. 3) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From,the "Government Gazette," Nor. 3) CiiABE, G. Keece-Bed steer, slit near ear, IES near Tib*. To be sold November 28. SPRINGS GULLY, J. Boyd-Bay pony mare, star on forehead, like PN near shoulder, white spots sear side wither, small lumps on back, like a brand or scar on off thigh behind. To be sold November 14. MELROSE, G. Yates-Large bay horse, white facf, white hind feMyT near, shoulder; chesnu horse, Btar and snip, off hind foot white, collar marked, like i over c conjoined and 2 near shoulder, ? off shoulder. To be sold JSovem ber 28. LEASINGHAM, H. Solly-Chesnut horse, blaze, near hind foot white, bell and strap on neck, hind feet shod, like H with T over off shoulder; roan filly, star in forehead, bell and strap like JF near shoulder, hind feet white; ' chesnut mare, blaze, collar marked, like L near 1 shoulder, Bhod; bay mare, near hind foot white, star and snip, 1 ke AB near shoulder, little white on off fore leg ; dark bay mare, star and snip, colla...
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
THE GOLDFIELDS. From Baroesa a correspondent ef the " Ad vertiser" . reports:-The deep lead, and par ticularly the part of it known af Hatched, yields fairly ; in several instances good results are obtained, and the depth being shallow and the driving exceptionally favorable, contribute materially to this, as even half an ounce to the ton here is found to be more remunerative than an ounce per ton in most of the other hills. The Green Hill progresses well, many of the claims yielding vtry superior washdirt in ad dition to the cement. The prospectors are working vigorously, and, as an evidence of their faith, are preparing for a monster crushing towards the end of theyear. The rush to the lower part of Spike .Gully, occasioned by the grant of a prospecting claim to Liebekneccht and party, has materially subsided, and resulted in but a few claims proving even remunerative. At Melville's Hill , a prospecting claim of 50 yards square has been granted to Mr. Melville. The spot selected w...
HOW TO CURE BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
HOW TO CURE BACON. The reputation of the Hampshire bacon is owing entirely to the care with which it is cured. The hogs, which are fattened on peas and barley meal are kept fasting for 24 hours at least before they are killed; they are used as gently as possible in the act of killing, which is done by inserting a long pointed knife into the main artery which comes from the heart. The hair is burnt off with lighted straw, and the dirty surface of the skin scraped off. The carcase is hung up after the en trails have been removed, and the next day, when the meat has become quite cold, it is cut up into flitches. The spare ribs are taken out, and the bloody veins carefully removed; the whole is then covered with salt, with a small quantity of saltpetre mixed with it. Sometimes a little brown sugar is added, which gives a pleasant sweet ness to the bacon. The flitches are laid on a low wooden table, which has a small raised border all round it. The table slants a little, so as to let the...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1S70. THE subject of cemeteries is one which > demands the immediate attention of the Clare Corpora J ion. We believe there is . not a town in the colony where a worse system of interment prevails than in Clare, and special; reasons might be urged why the ob noxious system should be speedily abolished here. At present all the grounds enclosed in connection with the various churches are converted into graveyards, with the exception of one-theWesley an. We have the Roman Catholic burying'-ground on the one side, and the Church of Eng land , and Presbyterian on the other. The former is already becoming thickly peopled, and is also situated in the centre of what must eventually become a populous neighbourhood. We have,, heard numerous complaints on the subject, and we now draw publie at tention to the existence of what may become a source of pestilence and death. Jf the town were built on level ground there would" not perhaps be so much reason ior complaint; but a...
POLICE COURT—CLARE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Before Mr. [?]. Kimber, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
POLICE COURT-CLARE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Before Mr. C. Kimber, J.P.J John Hodges, charged with being drunk on November 5, pleaded guilty. Fined £1 and costs. Billy goat, an aboriginal, was also charged with being drunk and creatiug a disturbance on November 5. Fined 5s. The case of Smith v Manning was farther adjourned till full Court day, Tuesday, No vember 15.
RACES AT BUNGAREE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
RAGES AT BU3SGAREE. On Thursday, November 10, the shearers at Bungaree took advantage of the holiday to get up an afternoon's 6port. About 2 o'ciock there were between 100 and 2G0 persons on the course. The weather was rather too hot to be pleasant, but the racing was very good, consi dering that all the horses were hacks, chiefly belonging to the sharers. Mr. W. Bow ley acted as starter, and Mr. W. L. Beare as Judge. FIRST BACE. Bungaree Stakes, £5, with entrance fee, 2s 6d, added. One mile and a half. Mr. Bennett's Swordsman (Johnj) ... 1 Mr. J. Solan's Terror (R. Robert?) ... 2 Mr. McPhail's Garry (Scott) ... ... 3 Mr. Volkmann's Polly Perkins.: Mr. J. Solan's Grey soot. This was a very good race, Swordsman win ning only by a short distance. Grey foot bolted on reaching the straight running. SECOND BACE. Shearer's Purs '. Entrance, 2s 6d, with £3 10s added. One mile and a half. £port?man (J. Tucker) ... 1 Mr. J. Nolan's Terror (R. Roberts) ... 2 Mr. T. Nolan's Grey foot Greyfoot ...
ARMAGH SCHOOL. (To the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
ARMAGH SCHOOL. the Editor of THE NORTHERN ARGUS) eiR-it speaKit'g tiie truth is Jnsuitlug, i certainly plead guilty to the charge mentioned in Mr. Crosby's letter of tha 28 h ins*., but not otherwise, as I again assert my former state* ments are correct, and had Mr. C>osby not have written to the Board of Education a most libellous letter respecting myself. I should have pursued my duties without troubling any one with the statement?. As rrgards his destitute children, he says they are made free by tbe proper authorities. This is something new, and myself and others would gladly learn this novel system of creating destitutes, as no doubt many will avail them selves of this new order of knighth. od. I have written this in answer to Mr. Crosby's note merely to let my friends know that Mr. C. first most unfairly attacked me by writing to the Board a mo-t untruthful letter, and I feel in duty bound to let the truth be known. I am, Sir, &c., B. H. JABMAN. Armagh, Nov. 2, 1870....
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
ADELAIDE. (FfiOM OUR OWN OOEEE6PONDENT ) l&lt;ovember9. On Monday last there vras a scene in the House of Assembly which created some excite* ment. Whea the Houee went into a Conmittee on Supply, the ex-TreaBurer, Mr. Hughes, charged the present Treasurer, Hon. Captain - Hart, with having been concerned in the dis appearance of about £220,000 worth of bonds, and shewed the illegality of striking out this amount from the bonded debt, and demanded an explanation why this large sum bad been absorbed. Further than this, he also asked why the Union Bank had recently bought bills at | per cent premium, while the other Bank paid per cent? Implying, of course, that Capt. Hart had been favoring the Bank be is connected with at the expense of the other Banfee. _ To tticBfc queries the" Hoc. Treasurer give a simple- and concise. explanation. He said that he required some' monev, he offered an amount to the Union Bank at \ per cent premium, and then sold the remainder,at a higher per ce...
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. . Present--His Worship the Mayor, Co n cillors Bowley, Pels, Kelly, and Smith. . Theminutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. COBREBPONDENC E. Mr. -O. Beckmann wrote, asking the patron age of the Corporation to the concert in aid of the sufferers by the Franco-Prussian war to be given on the lith lust. Bequest to be com plied with. The dayman's report was read and adopted. Received letter from Tanunda District Coun cil asking the Cour.cil to take action to prevent the passing ot the Road Bill now be'ore Parlia ment. To stand over. Received letter from Destitute Board, re questing Corporation to call fcr tenders f »r supply of rations to destitute poor in the dis trict. .1 . FINANCE. Owen Clarke -applied fur the eura of £20 due on the completion of his contract in Mill street. The Council thought that aB a whole the work had been done in a satisfactory manner. Proposed by Councillor Bowley, and seconded .by Councillor Kelly, that O. Clark...
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 9 The flood of October 28 was tremendous. It overflowed the banks in all pert*, doing con siderable damage,. Mr. Badcock's dam was c mpletely washed away. I have not heard of much harm being done to the crops in this neighborhood. Last week a eon of the late J. Dunning, of Leasingham, met with a serious accident. He was climbing a tree, when the limb gave way, and he fell to the earth, breaking hi* thigh. I hear he is progressing favorably. Miss Thome preached again on November 4, in aid of the TruBt Fund of the Bible Chris tian Chapel. There was a crowded congrega tion, about 400 being present. Collections amounted to over £5. Last Sunday was the anniversary of the ' Bible Christian Ssbbath School, the R v. O. 1 Lake preaching morning and evening. The ' congregations were not so large as on former 1 occasions. In the afternoon the children were 1 examined by Rev. O. Lake, the answers show- ! ingthat the teachsrs must have taken grea...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. RHY[?]IE, Saturday, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
DISTRICT COUNCILS. RHYME, Saturday, Nov. 5. Preeent-Chairman, Messrs. Ryan, and Con ley. Fresh fenders to be called for contract No. 2. C. Britfc allowed three weeks extension of time to finish contract No. 1. M. Maker reported job finished near his place. Overseer to examine. Mr. Bartel reported cutting on the Hermitage finished. Overseer to examine. T, Kiely asked for more money for job near Mr. Howard's. Chairman and Clerk to. see to it. Tenders to be called for crossings on two creeks at section 157. Works to be let-He pairing Hermitage Ford. Works on Woolshed, and Undalya road. Filling ruts betwaen Long G-ully and section 8. Creek at Salter's Springs. Repairs to road near Rooney's. Ratepayers to pay their rates after 21. days notice, or legal proceedings to be taken for recovery of same. Clerk to publish thistle notice. Receipts, £1 16s 7Payments, £2. STANLEY, Saturday, October 29. Present-All. Tenders accepted-No. 13, Gr. M. Leish, £3418s 6d; 14, none entertained ; IS, P. O'Ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
SEMES OF MONTHLY SALES XT Thomas O W N S W O h T h will h'»td hia n*Ttt MONTHLY MAR- i X)F FaR^UM.STOCK and PRODUCE at the BLACK JEaGLE HO r^ ^EVBNHILL^, on SATURDAY, j November 12. at 2 o'clock. A few Splendid Fat Catlle - j / ; i. -Pra^ht^orfe?, &c. "&c. ;f£ . ; A:' &lt;?' j c O T I G K . la cor sequence of bui!d>ng rec? prf misre, ?rtn --Uude-*-g',ed *r cotnpel'rti to SELL OFF hia STOCK of FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, M\CT^ESSE«', a lar^e «s-op*menfcof PAPER3ANCHA GS, at grea'h reduced pr*ce§. r , : A. PAETKE. Franco - germ a n WAR RELIEF FUND. GfiAlD CONCERT! TO-NIGHT, TOWN HALL, CLARE. O T I C E' Good COLONIAL WINE always ON HAND, in any quantities, a® lowest price?. ; FKANOIS TRELOAR, Watervale.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
c LARE STEAM FLOUR AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Pbopbietoe. Floor, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. [4 JAMES GEEEN WOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STREET, CLABE. [4 E R C Y W. DYER, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURR A. P Jgl AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. t* ARCHITECTUS, LABORUM PRINCEPS. ROBERT R. PAGE (from London), ARCHITECT, ARTIST, GENERAL SUR VEYOR, AND COMMISSION AGENT, CLABE. S A A C M I L N E S, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, WATERYALE. ?Every description of Saddlery and Harness always on hand. Colonial Saddles made to order. Repairs of all kinds neatly executed on the ehortest notice and most reasonable terms. Liberal discount for cash. EW H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & HAENESS MAKES, MINTABO, Has always in stock a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scription, which he sells at remarkably low prices. Persons intending to purchase ...
WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES (From the "Government Gazette," Nov. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES (From the "Government Gazette," Nov. 3.) J William How*s, of Adelaide, merchant. James Curtis, of Kadina, Kc?ns d victualler. William Mitchell, late of Kensington, inn keeper. We would rem nd our readers that with this number the present quarter terminates. Those of our subscribers who are in arrears will oblige by send ing the amounts owing without delay, either in cash, money-orders, or 2d postage stamps. ,
FLOODS AT COLERAINE, VICTORIA. (From the "C[?]leraine A bion.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 November 1870
FLOODS AT COLERAINE, VIC TORIA. (From the "Coleraine Albion.") &nbsp; In two small cottages at the rear of our office there were two families, named Drummond and Laird, and being the lowest houses in the town, a few very thoughtful people ran thither to help. A current was rushing down, jut the depth of water could not be imagined, as in the dark there was no- thing to guide one's imagination. About 40 yards from these cottages a crowd began to assemble. Constable Mahon made a dash to get through, and was in up to his middle, when he was dashed away by a panel of fence, and carried a hundred yards in an instant. Being an excellent swimmer, Mahon managed to land himself on the top of a pigsty, and soon found means to get ashore, and he took his place again amongst the venturers. Louis Lesser managed to get across, and a child was safely landed. A rope was then tied on either side, and Mahon again dashed into the water, and saved another child. Mr. Lesser managed, with great d...