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

NEW ZEALAND. The Wanganui Cvronide says : — ' Since the par tuent - i the Mar.awatu purchase, a number of cur friends have come out strong in the way of sweldora. One chief, who has invested ia s. fine trap, was s;en the oiher day with a silver-mounted whip getting iuto his vehicle and driving a little bit, then getting out and walking, not sure which w;;s the most cor VAPt Mni llllf OC Sinn 4W llrtf'l lr^iiu nHq1in*in.i^(inAl 'm immaterial, he appeared evidently determined to do both. He was arrayed in a suit of clothes which would have donsro d'ser^ditto Beau BrummeJ, 'with a pair of tlipptrs tipped with fur and (there is always some incougi uity :;fcout a Maori's dres.-, irv it as lie may), a cap braided with tarnished gold' Lice. A large amount of money has been spent iu j-jnes, chiins, &c, much of them, we fear, the merest Cruminantrm.' A i-)ss 1 diss.ivery, says the ti-AitM'-nd V'X.Z.) JVej.-s, was mat'e lately ne;ir the summit of Uiiifl-hiJ!^ by mi I onieer of a wool ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

She Jftmtfccni |tfp$ OFFICES, PORT ELLIOT. THE PLANT OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT COMPRISES COMPLETE FOUNTS OF ALL TUB Best Plain and Fancy Types, SUITABLE FOR CARDS, POSTERS, DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICES, SHIPPING NOTES, OR B00KW0EK. Ill Kinds of Pritttiag EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, M ann Uarjetn of 3fn!t or J3apcrt Wll'TTWOETH, EEENINDIE: OR RfGUHT MUSGHiSCBi ORDERS, Forwarded by Post or given to the Local Agents 01 {the JfOtttlievn ^Vj-y.o' (At Wentworth, Mr. E. Felgate; at Llenir.die. Messrs. Berhy asd VVoci.cctt; and at Mounl Murchison, Mr. J. P. Tfiirr) WILI. BE PROMPTLY EXECUTED, And Parcels dispatched by first steamer from Goolwa. THIS IS THE ONLY PRINTING OFFICE HITHERTO ESTABLISHED SOUTH OF ADELAIDE, AXU IS KE&HER THAX ASV OTHER TO ALL Darling Townships Milang Strathalbyn Tlie Finniss Wiilunga Yankalilla Finniss Vale AND Cape Jervis. REFvlEMBER!— *X Si. £i Ii llfillx & XV*. it & S. Si C PORT ELLIOT. Central ltoad Heard. Office, Adelaide, April 3. 166...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

GENERAL NEWS. The first shipment of jails for the Strattialbyii ond Middkton Tramway has arrived (the Salvia making her appearance on Monday), and s -me of them are ] already landed; so -we suppose it will not he long ; before the work of laying the rails will be commenced ! on that portion of the Hue aV^aJy made. We may i expect the second cargo of raiis immrdiateiy, ts Captain Easton informs us tbe ship Vidfame was ready to commence loading the day he left, and froiii I other sources we Iearu that she sailed on the 4th December, 1866. Oub Adelaide correspondent writes as follows : — ' This is race-week, and, of course, we are all at the j races. Thu Banks are closed, the stree's deserted, ? and business and money-making anywhere but st : Thebarton are unmistakely unfashionable. In the frenzied whirl of excitement, which even quiet '? pltdding South Australians indulge in on Steeple- j chase days, it would be hopeless and unproStable to j attempt to give any other than stable news,...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Thomas Tregilgas was charged with being the father of an illegitimate child, of which Rachael Dalton, a girl of about 15 years of age, was the mother, and with refusing to contribute towards its maintenance. The Court considered the paternity fully proved by the evidence, and made an order for £4 4s. for expenses of confinement and 7s. per week main tenance. Police v. Ch&xklin. George Chalklin, licensed victualler, of Milang, was charged with selling drink on Sunday, the 7th instant. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The Court considered that the information was not sustained, and dismissed it.

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GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M., Major T. W. Higgins, Mr. Wm. Bowman, and Dr. Taylor, J.P.'s.] BOWMAN V. RICKABY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 April 1867

GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. Wedxesdat, Apeil 10. Full Jurisdiction. [Before Mr B. F. Laurie, S.M., Major T. W. Higgins, Mr Win. Bowman, and Dr. Taylor, J.Ps.j Bowman v. Biceabt. Mr Lowe for plaintiff, and Mr Bruce for defendant. Action f-.-r £12 10s., value of 150 cornsacks, supplied to defendant by plaintifL Plea tender before action. Wm. Bowman stated he was proprietor of the Middleton Mill. Defendant came to the mill about his wheat, and arrangement was made with him to J buy the wheat when he chose to sell at the market price, the bags being lent him on that understand ing. The bags were delivered to Itickaby iu January. Did not apply to him for return of the bags. Was not positive as to there being any written ajrreement. Saw some bags lying opposite the mill. They might be from Kickaby. They came by truck from Victor Harbor, but couldn't siy whether there was a cart note or not. I declined to take them. Thomas Itickaby, the defendant, stated that in the month of January he had some tr...

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FENIAN RAID ON CHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

FENIAN RAID ON CHESTER, Mr [From the Home J%»»-1 ? } lin^r^ ^«derfnl alam on Monday, Febm*y r^lSg 5° d0' elated at from 500 to I,o00, attracted the attention of the authorities. Tho magistrates assembled police and volunteers, swore m special constables, and resolved to remain in session all night; detachments of troops were sent from Liverpool, and 500 soldiers of the Scots Fusilier Guards dispatched by train, at two in the morning, from London. The following details embrace all the information that has appeared relative to the fore going occurrence : — The first intimation received in Chester of the in tended raid was at 12-30 a.m. on February 1 1, by Mr Fenwick from Mr Superintendent Eyde and De tective Inspector Carlisle, of Liverpool, and was lo the effect that an ex-officer t.f the American army, who^ produced his commission as an officer in the Fenian service, had revealed the whole plot to them. Prompt measures -were taken, and the Commandant telegraphed to the Assistant-Adj...

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ATTEMPTED FENIAN INSURRECTION IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

ATTEMPTED FENIAN INSURRECTION IN IRELAND. [From the ITomc Xnrs ] At last .something like a rising -eoii;s to have tsken i place iij tbe south- wefct of Ireland. Tbe ' K:t)gr.O'.n of Kerry ' has been chosen hy the Fenian leaders as I thu sc-jj.e of ih-Ai ii:'st atJeirpt a: ii:4urrecli;-». la \ !?' m: re-iccts i: cauuoc be deiiied thai ihe ground io I v. 'II selected; fV.r lucre is no part of Ire-land w!iic!i j offers arie »cer natural difficulties to t; . op* *ziiz ? tr d in queUJ! g aa insurrection, and. tLe:e is no disnici wliidi affords greater facilities for the uiov.m.-nt of rebe's. Ti:e cause of the outb-eak appears :o have been the an test -f a C.\pta'i: Moriav'y, an I isii-Aiut:!-. a:i offic:r of high r.iiik in 'he I r )iher'i:o;d. On 12th FebiUary the authorities iu Tralee received iulbr iaat:oa from a reliable source that tha captain was to visit several places in the county in which the chiefs of the or-jairzatiou were located with despatches from General O'Connor, the Mil...

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FURIOUS GALE AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

FURIOUS GALE AND LOSS OF LIFE. At an early hour on the morning of 5th February the most terrific gale which has been experienced for a long period broke, over - the metropolis, and lasting as ir did for several hours, and rather increasiii'- than diminishing in violence, caused a serious amount of destruction to property. A wilder night there has not been this winter. Persons were awakened out of their sleep by the hotvlin-r of the wiud, which at times blew with the force of a hurricane, accompanied at interrals by heavy falls of rain, which wore dashed with a force sufficient iu exposed situations to break in windows. Roofs in various parts of London were blown from the houses, and several persons were injured. It was a matter of the greatest danger to walk along any of the main thoroughfares of tbe city iu consequence of the falling chimnev pots, tiles, &c, and early risers had full evidence of the force of the. wind bv the aspect of the paths and roadways, which in many p...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

1U&KEY. A telegram from Paris seems to indicate the probability of immediate war between Greece and Turkey. The Paris journals state that a Greek steam-vessel, the Paahelienion, on her 11th voyage to Crete, was pursued bv a Turkish frigate and had to take refuse in the | port of Ceri^o. The frigate threatened to \ sink hersfsbs attempted to return to .'i%ra. ? Thereupon tbe Greek Governmc-iit pent a. l/ri'- ! of war to escort the Panaellcnion, ordering her if necessary to repel force by force. Notifica tion of this bad been given to the representa tives of the great Powers.

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BELGIUM. RIOTS IN THE MINING DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

BELGIUM. RIOTS IN THE MINING DISTRICTS. j Serious disturbances have occurred in the- ' mining districts of Belgium through the dis tress produced by a strike among the opera tives. Th« great seat of the iron and coal district of Bdlgiam is in that Walloon country | of which Cliarhroi is the centre. Thr- t workmen have been killed iu an encounter j with the troops, and 15 Belgian soldiers have ' been wounded. Tiie immediate cause of the riot was a reduction of 10 per cent, ou the wa-es of the metal workers of Jlarchienn.es. It is' said that many of the metal- workers appear to have been disposed to accept the reduced rate of wages ; but a determined faction compelled all the rest to strike, and went from one work to another, turning the people out of the yards, extinguishing the fires, unhinging the grates of the furnaces, and otherwise stopping the machinery. Next, the coal-miners of the neighboring districts caught the contagion. The price of flour excited their wrath, and they dem...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

BUILDING MATERIALS. HETAII.. £ 9. d Deals, 9X3 ? 0 0. 7* | Do, Ka-jrn, exfra eacL cut ? 0 0 0i j Do, 11X3, solid ? 0 0 '.}§ j Do, do, sawn each cut ? O 0 of i BitieiiB, 7X3. solid ? 0 0 5 j Do, do, each cut ? 0 0 0! j Cedar Boarc. per foot super ... ... O 0 PA i Flooring B.iards.T&G. 6 X li — 0 (I 2J j Stringy Bark, 3 X 2, H-3, \- 100 ... 0 10 0 i Do., 4'x 2, ^ lit'j ...' ? -t 14 0 I D(», i X 3 ? -i 17 -» I Do, 0 X 1. lid ? 0 12 0 j Zinc, »o«' ? 2 10 0 Galvanized Iron. ;p car;. ... 30s to 2 2 0 Bpiutipir. in'f 'o;;:ii ^- foot, 5-i to O 0 C D.-, ' Hi. 3? fwt. .. ... 7d to 0 0 S Linus ^ li.i.-Iici lit tlie kiln ? OlO 1J..-, u. J-.-. v..-rcj ? 0 10 j Pcii-.g.S 5 ii.et. Launccpfcn ? J 5 -' i 1)0 i3». Vtr,h*7tnn ? 13 0 j Lathp. 3 feet. ^ 1,000 ? 110 D.i, 3 feet C inch'.-is, do ? 14 0 ('?ement. Portland ? 35s to 2 2 0 Slates. 24 X 12, q* 3.000 ? 11 0 0 j

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

ROME. At a secret Consistory held in Rome on February 22, the Pope announced bis inten tion to canonize Brother Leonardo, of Porto Maurizio. His holiness then delivered a short allocution, in which he adverted to his letter to King Victor Emmanuel in 1865, written with the object of providing for the vacaut bishoprics, and declared that the negotiations for that purpose, which have now been re sumed, were not broken off through the fault of the Holy See. His holiness lamented the fact that the bishops whom he sends to empty churches will fiud their property appropriated, and their religious congregations expelled, adding: — 'They will find affliction and misery. Nevertheless, we send them for the salvation of souls. They will go in the name of Jesus Christ, confiding in the protection of the Mother of God.' His holiness concluded by stating that it was not expedient to say more in the present state of things, but, unless God interposed, the future was clearly to be fore told by the ...

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SHIPPING. FINNISS VALE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

SHIPPING. ! FIXNISS VALE SHIPPING. ABU1VED. Wednesday, April 10 — Resolcte, schooner, 50 tons, iVlcLcoi, master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — Sundries. Thursday, Apri! 11 — Nascf, schooner, 30 ton?, Sirnmonds, master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — 100 palings, T. B. Wicks; 1 pkg, Limbert; 1 do, McKeczie; 1 bale leather, Benkenstein. SAILED. Thursdav, April 11 — Resolute, Fchooner, 50 tons, McLeod, master, for Tort Adelaide. Cargo— 440 bags 'wheat, J. Newman and sons. fcaturday, April 13— Nancst, schooner, SO tona, Siromonds, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers — Miss Randall, and Masters Randall (2), in the cabin. Cargo — 10 cases, 0 pkgs, Win. Kandall. PORT ELLIOT, SATURDAY, 2Qih APRIL.

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

FRANCE. The French Emperor opened the Cham bers. His speech was of a liberal character, recognizing the present situation in Europe, I and holding out promises of further reform. j The Press laws are still under discussion. The preparation for the Exhibition excites increased attention both in England and France. - Great indignation has been created in Paris ; by the publication of a circular of the Post master-General instructing his officials to open any letters in order to discover copies of a - manifesto of Count de Chambord, which has been for the last three weeks disseminated by post throughout Frauce. It is hoped that the j Government, would have disavowed the docu- | ment, but instead of that it has adopted it, I and sent a comnnmuj'te to the gazette -lc \ France, maintaining ib« principle that at the \ disc/eiiou of a prefect of police a general j prying into letters may be indulged in by Post Office servants. The press and the public are unanimous in their outcry against \...

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VICTOR HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

VICTOR HARBOR. Tiieke is scarcely any question of greater importance at the present time to the South, and incidentally to the colony, than the | extension of facilities for sea-borne traffic at | Victor Harbor. The port is rapidly becoming i the basx.j, as it ivere, of far larger operations ; than the existing arrangements can possibly j promote. Hitherto a comparatively limited i degree of assistance has been afforded by the ] Government in developing and utilizing the | natural advantages of the port, and the ! money that has been expended has been most ; injudiciously applied. There never was a ' more humiliating monument of Ministerial per- I vcrsity thau the long and crooked jetty ivhich ! terminates after all in some eight feet of ; water, and is useless except for loading and ? discharging boats. Of course everyone | laments ihe error of judgment aud obstinacy j of temper which insisted on the crook, and i save tha verv minimum of accommodation at the maximum of cost. IJut t...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. j The December mail overland reached Lou- '?. don on the 11th February, and the heavy mail arrived at Southampton on the ICth. P.--rliameut was opened on the 5th Feb. The Queen was present, but did not read the roval speech. It deals with numerous topics, and announces the preparation of several measures, most of them of a domestic charac- ! ter. One of them relates to the Confederation of the North Anerican Provinces. The speech makes no reference to a Reform Bill, but states that the attention of Parliament will be called to the representation of the people in Parliament. The speech appears to have been favorably received. There was no opposition to the address, Mr Disraeli an nouncing that he would immediately announce to the House the proposals of the Government in regard to Reform. Subsequently Mr Disraeli announced that the Government intended to propose resolu tions .is ihc basis of a Hill. Tne resolutions, I when published, were pronounced unsatis- i fsctorv...

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MR. JUSTICE BOOTHBY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

MR, JUSTICE BOOTHBY. I Despatches wore received bv the lssi mail by j the Government, in reference to tho request for | the removal of Mr. Justice BooiLbv, the sum : ? ? j and substance of them being t?:at the Home Government will do nothing- in the matter, and if the colonists war.t the ob;;treuerous Judge removed they must take the respousibiiity of the removal nron tlieir own shoulders, and we have, no doubt on our own nihids that Mr. Justice. Boolh5iyrs proceedings \v. the Suprcma Court during the last three sittings will force tbe colony to take the responsiliilitv of sus pending or removing that gmtleman at an early dale. At the Supreme 0- nrt. en Friday, 12;h instant, an application for ?.new trial in acase that had been adjudicated open by Mr Justice Gwyune at the Mount Gainbier Circuit Court was made, and Mr. Justice Boothby imme diately broke out by raising the question whether the Governor had power to alter the rotation of Judges, and to send Judge Gwynne on circuit inst...

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ARRIVAL OF THE FEBRUARY ENGLISH MAIL. LATEST TELEGRAMS MARCH 11. NEWSPAPER DATES TO FEB, 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE FEBRUARY ENGLISH MAI L. LATEST TELEGRAMS MARCH 11. NEWSPAPER DATES TO FEB. 2G. \ The mail steamer Alexandra, with the February European mail son board, arrived at Gleur-lg ou the night of Friday, 12th instant, but too late for us to publish an}- of the news iu our last issue. The following latest telegrams are from the Register's Galle correspondent : — London, February 27. In the House of Commons last evening Major Auson moved for the appointment of a Select Committee to inquire into the duties of the British Army in India, and proposed the employment of the (Native) Indian Army in the British colonies and military dependencies. Major G'iiiclly proposed (as an amendment) that the enquiry should be made with a view to ascertaining the best means of organizing an Asiatic force for service in those colonies pos sessing a suitable climate. General Peel, the Secretary of State for War, consented to the appointment of a Select Committee, but insisted that it was necessary ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

GENERAL NEWS. The maS for England closes at tbe General Post Office on Monday, April 29. P^TrFrA7 ™£«r* M* 8«1 holiday iu Port Elliot «d neighboring townEtfps. but we heard °/^-°.P 1C anm9emeDts of *»y fcad beiug mfoor. Additional carnages were run on the railway for the convenience of holiday makers. By the report of the proceedings of the Bo»a Board, which appears in another column, we perceive that Mr Everard stated that tbe District Council had taken no steps towards disbursing the £]O£- received from Government towards improving Laurie's Hill road. We are informed that the District Council spent far more than the amount named (in addi tion to the amount available from their own funds) on the improvement of the road in question, prior to receiving the £100, and in anticipation of receiving it — a great part of the money having been spent on the piece of road mentioned1 as being the worst, viz., sear Bowman's Gate, On Wednesday afternoon last a little girl aged six years, a daugh...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 April 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. Mifs Roi.Fr, the daughter of Dr. Rolfe, of Bain tree, entered the nunnery at Clayd'--n, about s:x weekij -?.£--. *vitii her father's cons-cnt,*Rnd assumed then-rne of faster Tlu?re-a. Fu'.-sequenily (about thre-s weeks sine*-) the doctor r^vol^l h;* coitMiiit, and took her aw.iv. but the U-ok the first opportunity --f returning to Clayton. 1- appears that a. few days aj;o, a cab slowly passed through Ciaydon-street, and this was a signal for a number of men to leave a public-house where they had assembled. They vrent to the ' Nunnery,' which they found securely fastened. One party was posted at tbe front and tbe other at'Ithe back, and attempted to force iu the door, which, however, pr-ived too strong for them. One of the men. armed with a crowbar, made an attack on the kitchen windew, the shutters being up, and suc ceeded, besides breaking the glass, iu knocking the whole framework in. The l*ev. George Drury, who had received an intimation that some attempt at an abd...

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