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POLICE COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Before Messrs. W. L. Beare, J, P, and J. W. Gleeson, J.P.] CRIMINAL SIDE. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
POLICE COURT-CLARE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. ^Before MEB&RG. W. L>. Beare, J,?,, and J. W. GRLFESON, J.P.J CEIMIKAL SIDE. DEUKKEKNFISS. William Bifield pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Ciare on December 12. Policf-trooper Porter Eaid he was very drunk, and took possession of a waggon, refusing to get out of it when requested. Fined 5?. John Pike and Timothy Rowen were charged with being drunk and riotous in Clare on the evening of December 12. It appears that the two were fighting in the -Globe Hotel, when the constable separated after which they weufc into the road and commenced fighting. Fined 10$ each, or or e week's imprisonment. .ABUUSIViS LANGUAGE. Charles Windsor was charged with using abusive language towards Elizaoetb Treleaven on the afternoon of December 10. Mr. John son for defendant. Elizabeth Treleaven, complainant, said she 'lived at Pen worths m. Hem* inhered Sa'urd»y afternoon. On going down the road she heard some one shouting. D d not know w...
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
AUBURN. (FiiOM OUE OW2T COESESPONDENT.) December 15. A fatel accident occurred at Biverton on on Saturday last to a boy 13 years of-age. It appears he bad been bathing in the Gilbert, only a few rods from his own dwelling, and had been seeen to come out of the warer, and commence to dress. Soon after, being missed, be was sought for, and found dead in the water, with a portion of his clothes on. It la supposed that he wa^ taken with a fit. The fur.erai took place on Sunday. Mr B. Kirk, of Undalya, has met with an accident, his hand liaving been caught in the cogwheels of a reaping-machine. One of his fingers is much injured. The Kev. W. Richards (Bible Christian minister), of G-awler, had a narrow escape of a fatal accident on Tuesday evening, after preach ing ac the Auburn Chapel. Whilst getting the trap out of the yard preparatory to driving home, the horse bolted. He succeeded in overtaking it, but on n aching the main road, about 100 yards distant, he fell, the shaft striking hi...
LOCAL COURT—CLARE. LIMITED JURISDICTION. FREEMAN V. JAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
LOCAL COURT-CLARE. LIMITED JURISDICTION. TEEEMAN V. JAY. Claim for £14 29 6d. Settled out of Court. HILLEBY T. COADY. For £2 14s 6d. Settled out of Court. BASTAEU" T. PAGB. ' This was a claim for £1 Os 63, for rent. Mr. Hosier appeared for plaintiff. John Bastard said: Was owner of a house. Knew defendant, who had been his tenant. There was a written agreement. Paper pro | duced was the agreement. The rent was 8s per week. Defendant stili owed £1 0* 6d for rent. On August 12 he allowed 7a 6d as part pay ment of rates. As the house was taken for six six months, thought he should pay the rates ; but they made au agreement to pay half each. The 7s 6d was the matter in dispute, as 13s had been paid into Court. Cross-examined by defendant: Had posses sion of the land. Had put in a crop with his consent. There was an iron tank which he took away, and said he would supply a pump, which he (defendant) would put ic at any time. Did not supply the pump. B>. H Page said there was a written ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
MONDAY and tuesday:| December 19th and 20th. THE CLARE AMATEUR DRAMATICS, Assisted by MISS- EMMPWOOD3 - And LADY A M ATEUES, On behalf of TlffB CLARE SCHOOL FUN% Pianist- Master E.-S.Hamh For full particulars see Bills. A GRAND AMATEUlt CONCERT, in aid of St. J'ifepliV Orphanage, wi;l bs given in the TOWN HALL, CLARE, on MONDAY, December, 26 h. Tickets-Reserved Seats, 3s.; Back Seat?, 2;. A BAZAAR is aid of the funds of St. Barnabas' Church S jnrlay School will be held in the COU&P-H JUSE, Clar&lt;% oh FRIDAY, December 23rd, commencing at noon. Admission Free. Master E. Ss Hall will preside at the piano. QHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. On CIfri«tmas Day TWO SERMONS wi ll he preached in the WESLEY AN CHURCH, CLARK, by the REV. J. Y. SL.vPsON (>' Wallaroo) ; morning at half-past 10, evening at 6 p.m. Oa MONDAY there will be a PUBLIC TEA in the TOWN HALL, at half~past 4 p. m-, after which, in the same place, the Rev J. Y. Simpson will deliver his popular LEClUREon "OLD-FASHIONED...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
0 LABS ST E A M FLOUR AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PROPRIETOR. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed^ vCorn alwaja for sale. [4| James greenwood, ^ CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOK SELLER, STATIONS R, AMD NEWS AGENT. MAIN STBEET, CLARE. £4 pBECY W . DYER, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURR A. jg AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE akd RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. C*| ARCHITECTUS, LABORUM PRINCEPS. ROBERT R. PAGE (from London), J ARCHITECT, ARTIST, GENERAL SUR-! VEYOR, AND COMMISSION AGENT, j CLARE. ISAAC MILNE S, SADDLER & HABNES3 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 reasonably terms. Liberal discount for cash. v EW H I T F O R D, . SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, MINTARO, HaB 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 p...
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
COMMJEIIQIAL; ^ CL IfiS. Northern Argue," office, Thursdaj evening, December 15. Wheat, nominal. Flour, 25s per bag. Bran, Is per bushel Pollard, le Id per bushel Chaff, 3s 6d per cwt. Fresh butter Is per lb Potted buter, none Eggs, 6d per doz. Bacon, 91 per lb Bam, lOd Cheese, colonial, 6ii ; English, Is 7d Potatoes, new 9* per cwt. Onions, 23 per lb There is no wheat efferirg. Hew wheat has not yet found its way to the local market. In the absence of transactions it is difficult to fix the value, but we understand that agents have been instructed not to exceed 3s 6d. per bushel. We have been informed that one farmer near the Burra has refused 4§ per bushel for a large parcel. AUBURN. December 15. Wheat, none offering. ADELAIDE. December 14. Wheat, 4s 4d to 4s 6d Flour, £il 10s to £13
WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette," Dec. 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 16 December 1870
WE EIT8 INSOLVENCIES. (From tbe " Government Gszette," 3>ee. 8.) Thomas Fletcher, of Bowden, laborer. James Collins, of Grace Plains, framer. Joseph Pearson, of Port Adelaide, mariner. . jCharlea BehiiiBltr iaf near Houghton, con tractor. , ? , , r , - r-rs
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
THE GOl^piIBLDS. ..&lt; Hatch's rijsb, l am afraid, will not turn out as well as _was anticipated; at any rate, the "line"* taken bythe diggers does not anpear to be ; the real article. From Green Hill the prospeetorh have about 50 tons at theCompany's mill?, and McCrobie has a small crushing just off, which returned abput 9, dwts. to the ton, but not from the " fancy spot." At Melville*s Hill the workings are being steadily carried on. Tfte prospectors, Cavy party's and Barritt'g are preparing crushings for next week. Smi? h bad abjut 2£ tons, as a trial, operated upon which resulted iu 2\ dwts.. The lost lead has not jet been struck, although several parties are energetically prosecuting the search. The reef at this place mentioned in my last has not yet been started, some necessary perilminaries not having been finally arranged. At Bonney's Fiat the Government prospectors sank 30 holes, in all of which gold was obtained, but not in payable quantities. The sinking was most...
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, DECEMBEB 5. Present-Bia Worship the Hay or, Coun cillor* Ifels, Kelly, Powell, Treleaven, Harmer, and Crabb. The minutes of last meeting were read and Ci nfirmed. Proposed by Councillor Fete, seconded by Councillor Trelea^en, " That the appointment of Solicitor for the ensuing year stand over." Cirried. Proposed by Councillor Powell, seconded by Councillor Kelly, "That tha Corporation ec cept the trust of the Clare Grammar School.*' Carried. "" : Councillor Powell's motion respecting re pairs iofootbridge on North road was lost, ; Next meeting to be held on January 9.
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. WHITWAETA, J". Brooks-Park dapple-grey mare, collar marked, like w with. E over near shoulder. To be sold January 9. LEASINGHAM:, H. Solly-Bay horse, small star, shod round, collar marked, like FG with M under near shoulder j bay pony, front feet shod, like ra near shoulder. To be sold January 9, WILLOCHBA, E. A. Stocks-Grey mare, WD near Bhoulder; bay horse, white feet, R1 off shoulder, like f with 8 under conjoined near shoulder, like EM near ribs; chesnut horse, hind feet white, Y with ^ under off shoulder, like § near shoulder j white stripe on face; bay horse, c undernear shoulder,, A under ^ off Bhoulder ; black horse, like D near shoulder; dark brown mare, OA with p over and IH under near shoulder ; cheenat horse, stripe on face, near feet white, like MB conjoined with like MB or NB conjoined under with blotch near shoul der, like MB conjoined near neck ; bay horse, over 2 near shoulder, writing A near neck, like TO- off shoulder; black cob mare, hind feet...
THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
THE CROPS. There is every reason to believe that the North will this season be the prineipal granary of the colony. It is therefore important to as aertain as near as possible, the average yield, either exaggeration or depreciation are alike calculated to exert an un?'ue influence upon the markets. It is unquestionably true that the crops in this part of the colony are unusually heavy. Many years have elapsed eiace sucia a yield was obtained. In the South and South East several will reap next to nothing, and a few such failures will considerably reduce the average yield ia those district?. In the North, however, we have not heard of a single instance of their being a total failure. The anticipated yield varieB considerably, but every farmer ex pects to realize a fair average per acre. The bill crops this year are by far the lightest, the excessive wet preventing the full development of the plant. On the plains circumstances have been in every respect propitious. The abundant rains h...
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
G-OYEBNMEST TELEGRAM. Russia has forma)]? declared to Powers parties to treaties of 1856-that elie no longer holds herself bound by thoee treaties eo far as they restrict her sovereignity in the Bi&ck Sea, avd has reneuncfd htr special convention wish Tuikey restricting number of war vessels in Black Sea, but disavows intention of reopening eastern question. The British Government answered that they c:iuld give no sanction to the course announced by Ruteia. The British Government can only hope tbafc conci'ialory conduct on the part of the different Powers may avert the complications which are in volved in the Russian notification.
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN COEEESPONDENT.) December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
ADELAIDE. I (EKOM OUE OWN COEEESPONDENT.) December 21. On Monday the English mail arrived, and . the feverish excitement that existed prior to its arrival is to some extent allayed. It appears that little actual fighting around Paris has been going on since the last account, and the Prussians are endeavoring tc starve the French into submission. The Prussians still continue to be successful, and are everywhere defeating their enemies. Several of the French forte have capitulated, and there has been some severe fighting in several of the French occupied departments. The Duke of Aceta has been elected King cf Spain, by a majority of about 70 votes. Russia is assuming a threatening a?peet towards Turkey ; and there is JO doubt that there will be a war between those Powers. The former is said to be remodelling her army after the Prussian pattern. In England we learn that the Princess Louisa has been betrothed to the Marquis of Torne. Margaret Waters, the notorious baby-farmer, has been ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
>ht ^rps. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. BEFORE the period for our next publi cation comes round Christmas, with all its attendant joys, will have come and gone, and the ever-memorable year of 1870 will be fast sinking* to its grave. This season of the year is pre eminently one of festivity. It is not merely a time of national rejoicing', but it is that one period in the year when all Christendom indulges in exultatipn. It is the annual jubilee of the world, which is hailed by all classes of men. There are portions of the year set apart as holidays by the observance of which the people testify their loyalty to country and sovereign, but Christmas is the general holiday of the world by whish it shows its loyalty to the great Sovereign of all. To some nations it is true the glad ness of this season wiU be tinged with sorrow. Christmas will find France clad in the habiliments of national mourning', and the pleasures of the time will be forgotten in the presence of her overwhelming calam...
CRICKET. OLD COLLEGIANS V. AUBURN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
CRICKET. ,OliD OoiiLEGrlAlfS Y. AUBUEN CLUB. The above event took place at Auburn on Friday last. The weather was disagreeably hot, and occasionally dusty, hut nevertheless a large number of spectators were present, who appeared to evince great interest in the pro ceedings. The match was undoubtedly the best contested of the season. Visitors from Kapunda, Glare, and surrounding districts were noticeable. The batting of Messrs. Bhead and Smyth was very good, as was also the bowling of Messrs. Holmes and Howie, of the Auburnites, and Kichardson, King, and Orase of the Col legians, but aB will be seen from the Bcores below, the latter were doomed to defeat, the Auburn Club proving victorious with ten wickets to fall. Mr C. Richardson was Captain, and Mr H. Bowley Umpire for the Collegians; Mr K. E. Holmes Captain and Mr Cobb Umpire for the Auburn Club. Subjoined are the scores; OLD COLLEGIANS. First Innings. Second Inningc, C. Oldham (Saddlewortb) b. Howie 0 not out... 1 IT. B leech mo...
CLARE DRAMATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
CLARE DRAMATICS. The Glare Amateur Dramatic Club gave a performance in the Town Hall, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, in aid of the Clare School Funds. Monday turned ont unusually wet and wintry, and it was scarcely to be ex pected that the people would turn out in such numbers as if the weather had been favorable. Besides, which, there has been a plethora of entertainments in Clare lately, and it is only a natural sequence that the audiences should suffer. However, when the appointed time ar rived the Hall was about two-thirds full, a fair portion being in the front seats. It is true the audience would not bear comparison with former occaaions/bufcit was quite as- good as could be expected under the circumstances. The curtain rose to Craven's two act drama of " Meg's Diversion"-which, from what we heard we expected to find a production of the first order. We can only say that in the quality of the piece itself we were sadly disappointed. Its beauties, if it possesses any, are of to...
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN COEEESPONDENT.) December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
WATERVALE. (FBOM OUR QWN COEEESPOKDENT.) December 22. On Sunday, December 4th, (wo missionary sermons were preached, in connection with the Bible Christian Society, by the Revs. J. Han cock (from Kapucda) and O. Lake. The at tendance on eaeh occasion was not very large. On the following Monday there was. a public meeting, presided over by Mr. J. S. Cole. Ad dresses were delivered by Messrs. Hancock, Trewin, and Lake. The collections at the close of each service were veiy good, considering the limited number of persons present and the dul ness of the times. Votes of thanks to the chair man and Mr. Hancock closed a very instructive and interesting meeting. I see by placards that there is to be a grand Christmas concert (sacred) here on Wed nesday, 'the 28th inst., by Watervale ama teurs. There is not the least doubt that this will be a great success, it being the first ever given in this township. Harvest has fairly commenced in this neigh borhood, and from all X can learn, the yield ...
LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. THUESDAT, DECEMBER 15. [Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., A. KING, J-P., and C. &. Groode, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 December 1870
LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. THUESDAT, DECEMBER 15. [[Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., A. KING, J-P., and C. &. Groode, J.P.] HOGGINS AND BENHAM V. JOHN KEI/LY. Claim for £14 13s 8d, law coBts. Defendant pleaded the general issue. W. H. Benham said he was one of the plain tiffs. The charges in the bill produced were fair and reasonable. Defendant had paid £3 3s on account. Cross examined : Had offered to take £10 in settlement, John Kelly, defendant, was sworn, and pro duced some receipts, not, however, relating to the present action. Judgment for £10 9a 8d. JAMES WHITS V. P. AND M. MADIGAN. Claim for £23, rent, and also for the recovery of a tenement. Mr. Emerson appeared for plaintiff. Defendant did not put in an ap pearance. - . - T. F, Oldham, assistant-bailiff, proved the service of the summons by stating that he at tached it to the door of defendant's late resi dence. W. 9. Goodchild: Knew defendant, and believed he was in Yictoria. Saw him leave the colony with his wife and chi...