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MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PORT ELLIOT. TUESDAY, APRIL 9. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PORT ELLIOT. Tcesday, April 9. [Before Mr B. F. Laurie, S.M.I refer Gore, cook and steward on board the Zillah, was charged by Captain Longmore, with refusal of duty and disobedience of orders. Captain Longmore gave evidence that Gore was not competent, and was addicted to drunkenness, and that in refusing to obey orders he said he would go to gaol first. Gore expressed his regret at what had occurred, and said if the captain would give him his discharge he would pay the shipping fees and an amount of *4*tr nuibii 4jau utccu outjlLUUU LU IJ1UJ. The captain being willing so to arrange, the in formation was dismissed. Henry Trout, a seaman belonging to the same vessel, was charged with disobeying orders and using insulting and threatening language and demeanor towards the master. The offence was proved, and the delinquent was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labor.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. [Under this heading we offer our readers an oppor tunity 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, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee ot good faith.]

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UTILIZING SHIP'S BALLAST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

UTILIZING SHIP'S BALLAST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN AEGD3. Sir — Any one looking at Victor Harbor on thia^ 12th day of April, must acknowledge that to see three fine barques riding there is in itself exceed '- ingly gratifying to any one having an interest in the port. To know that a perfect stranger to the harbor brought on Monday morning last, a fine vessel direct from * England and deeply laden straight ' to the moorings without a pHot, in half a gale of wind, is -also something to be proud o£- So far to the good; but it happens that two eut of the three vessels have come to load OUtwaras-— ouoiur.s~jiigjtuiuiuiu uicuuidaaim jjjruum''--'' and of course have come in ballast. - To get rid of this ballast is the grand -question with each -of the ~ ship masters. We nave, it seems, no useful ballass ground .provided, by the authorities. True, each vessel may take in a portion of cargo and go out to sea and throw her ballast overboard. In doing so how about the insurance ? -? ' In ...

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LOCAL COURT, STRATHALBYN. TUESDAY, APRIL 9. [Before Messrs. E. J. Peake, S.M., Lloyd Herbert, and W. Rogers.] QUEEN V. BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

? ?«*? ? LOCAL COUKT, STRATHALBYN. Tuesday, April 9. [Before Messrs E. J. Peake, S.M., L'.oyd Herbert, and W. Rogers.] Oueek v. Bird. William Bird was sentenced to 14 i?ays' imprison ment for stealing a pair of spars, the property of Mr ? II. Balls, of Milang. j The ab.'ive being the only Full Court case Dr. ' Herbert left the bench. j Stei-iiess v. Nott. i Action for f'G 3s. SJ. j Pica for lime. j Ordered to be paid in 14 days. ; Same v. Maloxe. Action for £2 12s. 9d. ; J'lea, for time. i Urdcrcd Ui bo paid at the rate e!' S». per week. j BrACKENBIKUE V. C'O2lv»t. Action for £34 11s. 4d. I Plea for time. i Defendant did not appear in person and no time was allowed. Natiosal Base v. Haixjdat. Action for £21 11s. 9d., dishonored acceptance. Plea for time. Defendant failed to appear and time was not allowed. Ramsat v. Jarbett. Action for £2 ISs. 6d., for repairs to a broken buggy. Plea, not indebted. The defence in this action was that the defen dant was not the owner or breaker of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

rilsssilaneous Late Advertisements. ST. JUDE-S 'CHUKCII FESTIVAL. / TCi MEETING? wiil be held in the new J\ Co-.ij~t-Ho--.-~', 1'ovt Elliot, ou Easter Monday. I ..uirs o{feii.£t fro'cluck Aou-.isi-i^J!, Is. C i., to he paid nt the doors. Al~-~«. 'st s'-VcIeck, a LECTUKE wiQ be delivered in Sir-allacoailK-'.s Ko'-m, by the Rev. E. T. Howes.*., an ?' The Life of Ficderick' Wiliiain I., a remarkable King of Prussia.' Mi:SIC IN THE INTERVALS. Admission, Is. Moonlight. GEORGE FIELD'S ASSIGNMENT. TVTOTICE.— I, WILLIAM FIELD, as Assignee of J_N GLORGE FIELD, late of Goolwa, Licensed Victualler and Butcher, have appointed Mr. JOHN SBWhLL, of Goolwa, my AGENT as Collector of all Debts due to the above Estate, and whose signa ture fv ihe receipt of all moneys will he snfficient ; and also have fully empowered him to recover all moneys by legal process, if not paid within 14 days from this date. WILLIAM FIELD, Assignee. Vfalkerville, April 13, 1867. FOR SALE, near GOOLWA, on the River Bank, a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

\ THE SOUTHERN ARGUS Ana Strathalbyn, Wellington, Milang, Lang norhe's Creek, WoodcUester, Mount Barker, Echunga, Macclesfield, Bull's Creek, Clarendon, Noarlungaj Willunga, AHinga, SeHick's Hil Myponga, Nor- { reanville, Yankalilla, Rapid Ba , Cape Jervis, ( Tnman Valley, Bald HUls, Hii Inaarsh Valley, Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor, Pc i Elliot, Middle ton, Currency Creek, Goolwa, and RIVER MURRAY ADVECTISEK, a Weekly Journal of News, Politics, and Literature. Head Offices: FREELING-STREET, TORT ELLIOT. Terms of Schscbiption (payable in advance)— Per Quarter, 4s. ; per Six Months, 8s. ; per Annum, 16s. ; or per Single Copy, 4d. ADVERTISING CHARGES. ^- Orders for Advertisements, Subscriptions, or Job Printing will be received by any of the Local Agents, or at the 'Southern Argus Offices, Freeling street, Port Elliot. The Scale of Charges for advertising in the Southern Argus is as follows: — For the first six lines ? Cd. per line For every additional line ... 4d. ' ^0' Where Wocdcuts...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

TO CORRESPONDENTS. James Rankine. — We cannot comply with your request, as it would involve a breach of confidence, and, bo far as we can see, serve no good purpose. POET ELLIOT, SATURDAY, 13th A VEIL. ? ? I

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. M 'ii day. April S— .Sai-via. barque, 347 tons, J. E.^K.n, master, from Cardiff. Passengers — Mrs Enston, in the cabin. G. J*. Read, agent. Tuer-Jay, April 9 — Ass and Jas'k, barque, 262 In'-.f, P. Slater, master, from Wallaroo, via Port A-ieliiide. iu ballast. J . V. Bottoriiley, agent. I'riuay, April 12— Gem, cutter, 50 tons, E. j.-ethabv, master, from Port Adelaide. ' IMPORTS. Sai.via, barque, from Cardiff, 500 tons railway iron, 10 tons spikes, South Australian Government MISCELLANEOUS. The Salvia, barque, after a tedious passage of 163 days from Cardiff (having left that port on 27th October, 1SSG), arrived on Monday morning, bring- | ins the first shipment of iron for the Strathalbyu and Middleton Railway. From Captain Easton's report it appears the voyage commenced under rather unfavorable circumstances — coming, ou the first evening out, into collision with a vessel (name unknown) in the Channel, carrying away jibboom, figurehead, &...

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LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT, ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, APRIL 9. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] IN RE DAVID STOTT REDMAN, OF PORT VICTOR, CONTRACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT, ADELAIDE. Tcesday April 9. [Before His Honor Mr Commissioner Dowr.er.1 Is Ke David Stott Redman, of Pobt Vicron, ('JoNTRAfrron- Judgmenr. Mr Sfrangways appeared for the insolvent? Mr Bakewell for an 'opposing creditor; and Mr Whithy for the assignees. To throw farther light on the question &s to the actual pecuniary position of the insolvent at the time he prepared the statement on which he obtained for bearance from the Bank, Mr H. A. Wood, the ac countant, was called, and in answer to His Honor, «w« '*- uau, »nm ujc oaMsutuvc ut me insolvent, gone into the insolvent's accounts since the last meeting, for the purpose of ascertaining tha extent of his liabilities on the 17th December last Found that he owed at that time £1,209 17s. 9d. Compared his assets, and fouud there was a difference between the 17th December and 25th February of £142 1-K in the insolvent's valuation and their real va:ue. This sum included a difference of £100 on the lease ...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 10. i The s.p. Eagle, with the Northern expedi tion, has put in here. The late storms have injured the maize crops, but the cotton crops are uninjured.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

NEW ZEALAND. The Auckland Journal of Commerce says business is most unsatisfactory. Numerous failures have taken place. Kirk wood has levanted with £30,000, and Cox with £20,000. There is quite a panic.

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MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

MOUNT GAM13IER. Tramway Survey — The survey of the proposed line of tramway to Xarraeoorte via Ptmoia is being pushed lorwanl diiigentiy, and so far has developed 110 serious obstacles. The greatest difficulty along ' die line so far, is in avoiding tiie swamps. The earth work required will be comparatively light, and the ! gradients safe and good. The surveyed line passes principally through private property, within two and ! a half n:iles of Kalangadno, where there is a vcrv ! large area of splendid agricultural laud (said to bis i equal to that of Mouut Gambier), nearly all of which will be within five miles of the tramway. The line has been surveyed with a regard to the shortest n.ute and the smallest cost, hut iinpsiblv n ricviatfnn will he laid out to pass through the centre of the good land at Kalangadoo ; hut of course this would add considerably to the expense of the work. It is thought the Jength of the line to Penola will rot ex ceed 33 miles — only one mile more than the...

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FINNISS VALE. Finniss Vale, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

FINNISS VALE. TFrom our own Oorresnondent.l Finniss Vala. Anril 10. We kave been visited with an unusual quantity of rain for this season of tlie year. On Friday night last it commenced to rain, and did not abate till late on Saturday. The brig Centaur was unable to load, and was obliged to lie off all day. She filled up by Monday evening, and set sail during the night.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. . * ? ? ? ? ♦ ? LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [From our own Correspondent, I Adelaide, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. Corn Market. — No alteration in prices. At Port, 48.3d. Flour nominal, £10 to £11. Hay Market. — Best wheaten, £3 5s. ; good mixed, £2 10s. In good demand. Dairy Fboduce, &c. — Bacon, Is. 2d. to Is. 3d. ; butter, Is. 4d. to Is. lOd. ; eggs, Is. 3d. to Is. 43.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL BALANCE SHEETS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

DISTRICT COUNCIL BALANCE SHEETS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE SOTJTHEKW ~4Sa*W/'- ' ?» Sir — Allow me to' congratulate the ratepayers of Encounter Bayon the publication oF a- balance-sheet. This is a movement on lie side of improvement. Nothing acts more beneficially on bodies public, than a little pressure from without, and when the right impetus is given, all the ratepayers have to do is to 41 trust in Providence and keep their powder dry.' ' Never too late to mend ;' and we may now hope that the Bay Council itself may, in time, forsake the error of its ways, and be restored to district confidence, aonontolln oCtai* 4-~ho nnrf **liatrinf filaptinn Afror +}»«i# event, and not before, it wiil be tune enough to re member tbe Latin saying, ' Of the dead be nothing said but what is good.' The Bay District abstract of accounts is equally valuable for what it reveals, and what it conceals. Moreover, it throws light ou the past, aud the rate pavers, unless ' led by the nose as patiently as asses ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

TASMANIA. The lighthouse rates on saiiing vessels entering the ports of ihat colony have bevn reduced from 9d. to Gd. There appears to be little doubt xbM hydrophobia j has made iis appearance iu ti:e i.-Jaud ; a boy name1! i Bowiicg-, iu the opinion of several medical mcu, uiuii cf 'hi disease in Hobart TaTTii. Ensign Thorns, charged with feloniously assault ing Kate Young, a girl under Iii vcars of nge ha.-; been farther reaiaudi.d. Ac-cor-iiag to tiie evidence of tbe grandmother, the chiM wnulJ appear to be over iz years 01 age. x\o auswer uas ueen received from New Zealand in refeieuee to the warrants for warded to ihat colony. Bail was taken in the pri sonei'd own recognizance for £1.00;J, a^d iv?o sureties (Captain Mounieford Morgan and Lieutenant M. Uowitt, 14th Kegimeut) in £500 each. A patent has been granted to tbe Rev. W. Richardfon, of Avi_ca, for an invention which pro pose=, says the Hohart Town Mercury, to supersede steam as a motive power for railways, traction engin...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

NEW SOUTH WALES. Svdnev. Anril 4. Our competitors in the rifle matches con tinue making splendid shooting. The Christina Thompson takes 2,965 ounces of gold. The Craig EUacbie, for Hobart Town, load ing guano at Lady Elliot's Island, has been cuntiuerauiy uaiimgtsu u\ me late nurncane. Coleman, a clerk in the Post Office, has been remanded on a charge of stealing 10,000 postage-stamps two 3 ears ago. The Sobraon has cleared for London with 5,222 bales wool, 11,683 bags copper ore, and 100 tons Fitzroy Company's iron. Sydney. April 5. Tom Hayes, the jockey, formerly of Mel bourne, has shot himself near Singleton while drunk. There are heavy rains in the southern districts. It is feared the Mat&ura, with the Panama mail, has broken down. Sydney, April 6. The Eagle and tender with the Northern Expedition left Newcastle thiB morning for the 1 Sydney, April 8. We had a heavy thunderstorm last night, and rain has been falling ever since both here and in the country districts. The ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

XE1V SOUTH WALES. The State of the Interior. — Reports of the wreiched state of many parts of the interior reach us almost daily. From Duugalier, Mr II. Rourke has received a letter which states that all down tbe Nacioi the country looks wretched, and water is very scarce. On the liarwon the couvitry is very bare of gras?, but there is picnty of water in tbe river. The writer mates that ©wi^g to tbe want of grass it is almost impossible to get cattle to market. We are itiiormed that there was heavy rain lor two hours at Scone on Sunday, and tbat it appeared to have ex tended over the district ; also that since Thursday last, there has been some rain beyond the Liverpool rang!-. — Muitland Mercury. Sticking cr at YACKAX!-Axr-Aii. — The quiet town ship of Ysckandawlah was, oa Tuesday evening. 19.h March, somewhat startled by Sti'i.ir-consiabiu ! Pepper reporting that fie !:au been stuck u;- l-y armed j busiiraiiz-w wliilu en his way to Snowy -.Ve;k frmn ; Yackandar.dab. It scc;ns that...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. - VICTORIA. [From the Adelaide Papers.] Melbourne. April 4. A Royal Commission is to be appointed to enquire into the subject of prison labor. Mr Kyte has brought in a Bill for the payment of members of Parliament. He proposes £500 per annum. The demaad for breadstufs is purelyiocaL MAlhmirnp Anril fi. Mr B. B. Nicholson died last night of brain fever. The Town Clerk of Melbourne has re covered £50 damages from a publican at Elsterawick, who asserted he saw the Clerk drunk on New Tear's Day. Mr Byrne hai apologized to the Assembly. Mr Smith, member for South Bourke, avowed himself the author of the article in the Age that was complained of, but the House passed on to the next Order of the Day. Mr McCulloch states that it was distinctly understood in the Conference that Melbourne should be the terminus of the Suez line when the Graving Dock is finished. If the Hon. Mr Parkes refuses to acknowledge this in the arrangement. The Revenue tables show an increase of £63...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Port Elizabeth Tdcqrar.h. Jan. 2t) 1 The barque Salvia, Captain tfaston, from Cardiff bound to Western Australia (sir) witb a car^o of coals aud railway iron, put into Simon's Jiav for repairs. Captain Easton reports ihat, when 'about 400 miles off the Cape, be experienced verv heavy weather, and the mainmast was badly sprung. She will therefore be an addition to the ' lame ducks' now being refitted at Simon's Town. Loss of H.M.'s Gusdoat Gkifj-js. — We learn 110m g.ioa authority mat tbe to;i-iwin» was known at St. Helena when the mail left: — Her Majesty's gunboat Griffin had been wrecked on tbe Western Coast of Africa. She had been in compauy with a consort vessel, on board of which her capiain was cifning when the disaster occurred. It seems tbe ship got too near shore, and became unmanageable. A Krooman swam to land with a rope and effected & cinnnnuiiicati.vi] between ths shore and the ship, and the cr.w wli-c rescued; but they were rescued for a v.-...

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