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NEWS BY THE MAIL. LATE TELEGRAMS. [From the Adelaide papers.] London, December 3 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

NEWS BY THE MAIL. LATE TELEGRAMS. [From the Adelaide papers.] London, December 3 A great battle was fought east of Paris yesterday. The Germans at tacked and recaptured the positions the French had held since the sorties. It is reported that there were heavy losses on both sides. The Duke of Mecklenburg announced that he yesterday defeated the 15th and 16th Army Corps, near Lorgny, Artenay, capturing 11 cannons and several hundred prisoners. French accounts declare that the sortie from Paris on Monday (sk>) in the direction of Fontainebleau by General Diicrot with 150,000 men was successful, the object being to effect a junction with the A.rmy of the Loire. The Germans admit a temporary success, but declare that no substantial advantage was gained. French accounts state that Prince Frederick Charles is retiring before the army of the lioire. December 4. The German line of investment round Paris is still unbroken. The Germane report a series of vic torious engagements on Tuesday t...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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THE NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

THE NEW LAND BILL. The following are the clauses of the Amend in# Land Act, paBsed immediately on the re jection of the Land Bill t 1. From and after the pasting of this Act any person or persons who shall purchase waste land of the Crown, either at auction or other wise, under the provisions of the Waste Lands Amendment Act, 1868-9, relating to the pur chase of land upon credit, may (anything in such last-mentioned Act to the contrary not withstanding), at the time of making suoh pur chase, pay a sum of ten pounds per centum on the amount of such person or persons* purchase money, in liau ana instead of the sum of twenty pounds per centum on such purchase* money, as provided by (he eaid Act; and such person or persons bo making the payint-nt hereby authorised shall, ou the expiration of three years from the date of paying auch last named payment, pay a further sum of ten pound* per centum on the vmountof such pur* chase-money : And the making of such two payments together shall be ...

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STATION MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

STATION MANAGEMENT. The following1 letter from tlie _Z?ris btiiuCourier contains a vast amount of wood sense in narrow compass: Having1 been connected with, sheep farming for a pood many years, and especially in Queensland, I have been often amused with the many absurdities and amount of bunkum that one sees and hears in the region of 4 Squatter dom such a number of ill-used indi viduals it is quite pitiable to meet with. All the misfortunes which have hap pened to them is the fault of everything jut the right one. Confound wool brokers and wool markets, agents, banks, climate, and couutry; in fact, confjund everything and everybody but their unfortunate selves ! I think, however, if we were to lift the curtain and look behind the scenes, it might do Inrm, and do some good. I will not speak of rash speculation, borrowed money, and high interest; that is, you may say, a thing of the past, for "which we are at present undergoing a cure, and I am not at all afraid that we shall be suff...

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ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

ADELAIDE. (FfiOlC OtJB OTO COBBE6FONDENT) January 17. There has been for the past few davs consi derable exciteneut in Adelaide in reference to the news expected to be brought by the English mail, more especially as to whether England was at war or peace, and it was announced that in case of war the two pendants would" be exhi bited at the " Advertiser" flagstaff besides tbe usual chequer, but only one in cafe of peace.. As might be expected, all eyes were turned that way wtien the announcement was made that the I English mail had arrived, and great waa the j joy at seeing only one pendatit flying; and I greater still when the newspapers announced that the Runeian difficulty was likely to be j amicably settled, and that fjr a time at least England was Irte from the horrors of war. From the seat of war things are anything but en coursging; there teems to be no prospect of. peace. Several battles have been lougiir, with ] great lops on both sides. The Beige of Paris still continues, t...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

TJ1E GOLDFIELDS. There has been ho change in the aepect of rffiria on Barosea during tlie .past week, flihough the diggers are evidently woi kinj; with a will determined to n.ake up for lost time. There are etili a few parties at work in Spike Guliy, apparently molting a tolerable living. Good spots {kfi. in the hurry cf the fi st rush) ere still being found, and no doubt t)r A long lime to come there will be pa'diet Of payable ground struck. On the Det-p Jjran only the same parties ore at work at last re ported. Mort of the old diggings ere beh-g turned over with varied eucceea. Green Hill ttill keeps up its character, and all paru< e ure Well ntieGed. Melville'J Hill looks lively, but only one shaft has been bottomed since my ]*»*, two or tbr«;e colors from one prospect being the reeult, ' This claim is thought to . br t o far north. There was a Ji- tJe ixcitemeni there to-day, caused bj Pankhurst drawing in bis pegs northwards and taking up more ground to the souih ; t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ENGLAND STILL AT PEACE. EXPECTED AMICABLE SETTLEMENT OF RUSSIAN DIFFICULTY. THREATENED VIOLATION OF LUXEMBURG BY PRUSSIA. PARIS STILL HOLDS OUT. ITS SURRENDER EXPECTED PROVISIONS ALMOST EXHAUSTED. TOTAL DEFEAT OF ARMY OF THE LOIRE. TERRIBLE FIGHTING BEFORE PARIS. ORLEANS RETAKEN. SURRENDER AND CAPTURE OF FRENCH TOWNS. 400,000 FRENCH TROOPS OUTSIDE PARIS, 500,000 INSIDE. GOVERNMENT REMOVED TO BORDEAUX. PROBABLE RETURN TO IMPERIALISM. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ENGLAND STILL AT PEACE. EXPECTED AMICABLE SETTLE MENT OF RUSSIAN DIFFI CULTY. THREATENED VIOLATION OF LUXEMBURG BY PRUSSIA. PARIS STILL HOLDS OUT. ITS SURRENDER EXPECTED PROVISIONS ALMOST EX HAUSTED. TOTAL DEFEAT OF ARMY OF THE LOIRE. TERRIBLE FIGHTING BEFORE PARIS. ORLEANS RETAKEN. SURRENDER AND CAPTURE OF FRENCH TOWNS. 400,000 FRENCH TROOPS OUT SIDE PARIS, 500,000 INSIDE. GOVERNMENT REMOVED TO BORDEAUX. PROBABLE RETURN TO IM PERIALISM. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FKGH GCH OWN COBEESPOKDEKT.) ADELAIDE. January 17. England is still at peace. An amicable settlement of the Russian diffi culty is expected. A Conference has been agreed to, to be held in London on let January. Announcement received in England that Austria and Italy had acceptcd it. Received favorably at St. Petersburg. Ger'echakoff « reply avers that Russia is pre pared to assist any deliberation based on united guarantee for consideration of peace. It is said that the spirited tone of the Engl...

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MAORI WIFE TAMING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

MAORI WIFE TAMING. A Maori woman, the wife of the chief Thompson, eloped a short time ago with a Hau-hau. Kitty and her fa voured lover had travelled as far as Kakamatua, and had been there some weeks when they were discovered by some of Thompson's friends who had been in chase. The Hau-hau, who seems to have tired of the lady, quietly acquiesced in the wishes of the pursuers who proceeded to tie her with a stout rope, and brought her back to Waitakere taking three days to do the journey. Kitty, who stoutly resisted, was sadly damaged, and presented rather amelan choly picture on arrival, her treatment by the captors not being such as would meet with the approval of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. Thompson was delighted at her return, hut Kitty, with many expres sions of hatred, refused to have any thing* more to do with him saying- he was only the ghost of a man. He re torted by calling her a devil of a woman, and proceeded to exercise his marital authority b...

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BRITISH INFANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

BRITISH INFANTRY. Marshal Bugeaud it was who said "the British infantry is the finest in the world; happily, there is not much of itand in his *' Reminiscences," he points out the secret of their Peninsular success. He writes:-As soon as the cannonade began we (the French) rushed on to take the bull b}r the horns. Ac a'lout a thousand metres from the British line our soldiers began to lalk, and hurried forwards with a slight degree of confusion. The English, silent, arms grounded, looked in their impassable steadiness like a long red Avail, which had a good deal of effect on our youngsters. The distance be came less. The troops began to cry, " Vive l'Empereur! En avantalabaion nette !" and to wave their caps on their muskets. The march became a run; the ranks were somewhat broken; the agitation swelled to a tumult, and a good many shots were fired. The British line, still silent and immovable, still with grounded arms, though we were but !3O0 metres off, seemed not to perceive the s...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Jan. 12) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Jan. 12) Spbjko Gtrixr, J. Boyd-Dark brown mare, near hind and part of < ff bind foot while, email bleze down face, eltod round, collar marked, like JH cotjlined near phoplder ; cbesnut horse, .mall blfcZS down face, ebod ill fore feet, a f<-« white spots near ribs and back, collar marked, like a Bear or clipped brand near tbigh, no I brand TitibiA; dark bt; mm, black puints, near fore ankle very large, collar (marked, like DL near shoulder, like B off shoulder. To be ?old February 6 BDCiieBTEu, W. JToskin-Brown horse, etar, four white feet like F near shoulder ; cbesnut hone, ptar, etripe down face, cff hind foot «bite, like g over - off shoulder, like C near .boulder, coddle marked. To be eold January SI. Whitwaeta, J. Brooks-Bay mare, saddle and collar marked, black point*, star in fore head, white patch on noee, like a near eboul der. To be.aMd February 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

"J Qi ACRES two and a half mile* from lUT the Township of Sercnhill; ALSO, ? : 200 acre* four miles from ihe same townsbip ; ISO, 450 acres 25 miiee from Sevenhill, iu the Scrub near Wallaroo Road. For particulars enquire at the office of this paptr. HtfBCfl OF ESGLAND. c DIVINE SERVICE will be held by the REV. SLR- llAWKilCS, Incumber)'', ia tbe FORESTERS' HALL, WAIERVaLE, on SUN DAY, tbe 15tb JANUARY, at 3 o'clock la the ef'ernoon, sod on every succeeding 8unday (D.T.) at (he same hour. Applications for Sittings to be made to tbe onderiieaed. ARTHUR KlfvG. ' A weekly Collection will be msde. W OLIVER & CO. beg tJ thank their . numerous Friends and Patrons ia and around Clare for their past favors, and to inform them that they hare now SOLD THEIR BUSINESS to Mr. W. Tatlci, of Auburn, and transferred their Book Debt to Ur. Isaac Roach, ot Oare, who»e receipt or bio Order trill be a sufficient discharge. All Accounts owing muet be paid to that gentleman oxfor before the first...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

c LAE1 STEAM FLOUR] AND CHAFF MILLS, ° CHARLES QIIBEB, PBOPBISTOB. FlonPj Brsn, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed 1 Corn always for sale. [41 JAJMES GREENWOOD,] CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,] AND NEWS AGENT. Main STEEET, CUBE. [41 P E B C Y W . DTE B,j CHEMIST a»i> DRUGGIST, XOOBINGA, BUBRA BURR A. jg AND C- BECXMANN,| WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS - ? j>| BCHITECTUS, LABOR UM PRINCEPS. A: ROBERT R. PAGE (from London), ARCHITECT, ARTIST, GENERAL SUB-1 VEYOR, asd COMMISSION AGENT, CLABE. I M B E R Y A 11 D KING STEEET, Atjbuen. J. &. H. G. BAKER have on Sale all kinds of TIMBER and BUILDING MATE RIALS, at ADELAIDE BATES. Alto, Shaftp, Bugey Shafts, Rims, Hubs,, Spokes, &c. KING STREET, AUBURN. ' ATE RV ALE AMD HOYLETOJ*. ISAAC MILNES, Saddler and Har nera Maker, baring opened a branch Busine* at Hotleton, adjoining Mr. 6. Brain's corn etore, which will be conducted by Mb brother, H. Milnea,begs tofhank hie Customers for their liberal...

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The northern Argus. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

She mtltf'it ^rigus. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. THE Land Bill is stranded, as we an ticipated it would be; but we were scarcely prepared for the novel manner in whicn its miscarriage has been brought about. Although we were not very partial to the measure in its last stage, 3ret we deplore the fact that one of the members for Stanley assumed the responsibility of finally throwing it out. Had it been lost by a trial of strength between the land reformers and the Conservatives on some of its vital provisions, we should not have mourned its fate ; but that it should have received its death-blow from its friends, and above all- the casting-vote of the Speaker-this is certainly a matter for regret. The Free Conference between the two Houses on the only two points at issue, namely, the retention of the words "agents or bailiff" in the resi dence clause, and the clause not re quiring a cultivator of over 40 acres to reside upon his selection, resulted in the Council agreeing to forego the f...

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COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

COMMERCIAL. CLARE. " .Northern Argus," office, Thursday evenintr. Jannarr 19. Wheat, 3s 8d. Flour, 243 per bsg. Bnn, 10J per buabel Pollard, 1§ per bushel Chaff^ 3s 6d per cwt. Fresh butter la 2d per lb Potted butter, none Eggs, 6d per dot Bbood, lOd per lb Hum, 1« Lard, 83d Cheese, colonial, 8d 1 Engluh, 1* 7d Potatoes, 7e per cwt. Guionf, 2d per lb AUBUBN. January 12. Wheat, 3s 9d Floor, 24s per bag Potatoes, 7a Hread 4d i-utter, le (wholetalr) Egg?, 6d ADELAIDE. Jauuerv 18. Wheat, 4b 4 d Flour, £10 15B to £12 10a WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the " Government Gazette," Jan. 12.) Qejrge Sandow, of Kadina, cabinet; maker.

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LOCAL COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, JANUABY 17. [Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., W. L. Beare, J.P., and J. W. Glesson, J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION. PAGE V. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 20 January 1871

LOCAL COURT-CLARE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 17 (Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., W. L. Beare, J. P., and J. W. Gleeeon, J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION. PAGE V. SMITH.   Claim for £100 for labor done. Mr. John son for plaintiff, Mr. Benham and Mr. Hosier for defendant. All witnesses having been ordered out of Court, R. R. Page, plaintiff, said : Was an architect, living in Clare. The defendant employed him as architect. The manner in which he was en gaged was as follows :-Mr. Durrant came to his house on the 26th of August last and asked him to go and see Smith. He did so, and Smith asked him to prepare a plan for a new hotel which he contemplated erecting in Clare. Prepared a sketch plan, and laid it before him. At the request of defendant, prepared another plan to lay before the Bench of Magistrates. He charged £1 for the first and £10 for the second plan. After that he was requested to prepare a plan to work by. Mr. Smith asked him then if he would prepare a bill of quantities to lay...

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A PHYSICIAN'S CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

A PHYSICIAN'S CRIME. When I reflect upon the circum stances of the physician's crime, I nisi filled with the tenderest emotions ; so j much so that I can scarcely record the fact-my pen seeins to refuse to write, j while the burning tear starts into my eves and discolors the snow-white sheet on which I write. Oh lovely I hut ill-fated Adelia 1 | Dr. Mill was dead, and all the good folks of Newingborough regretted his loss, because he had been so long phy sician of the place that he had thoroughly ingratiated himself in their favor, and they felt as though" they could not endure to be attended by a strange face ; and so when Dr. Harvie came he had some difficulty in raising himself in the public estimation; but when he succeeded in restoring to health one who had been pronounced incurable by Dr. Mills, the people of IVewingboroug-li beg'an to place some faith in their new medical practitioner. Dr. Hervie had one fault-he was a bachelor. He. possessed no s\*nipc,thy with those of the ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Jan. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gszelte," Jan. 19.) Blinman, Gr. Collieon-Black mare adver tised t n the 5th instant, should be bay mirr, with blotch over near shoulder, ^ off ehou'der. To be sold Februarv 13. Meisose, C. Yates-Roan horse, ster, white feet, like U with bar through centre rear shoulder ; brown horse, collar marked, like an ?anchor over over A. with J under off shoul der. To be fif?ld February 13. Old bay mare, sore back, large swelling near side, like ro over S with us tinder near shoulder, MS off neck, p off shoulder; brown mare z over ^ with m under near shoulder. To be sold February 6. Sicnos 3040, Hundred of Kooringa (Red ruth), E. H. Macnauiara-Bay cob horse, collar marked, like ^ over w blotch under near aboil der." To be sold Februnry 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

. The JS'oiiXUEUN ABGTTS, whicli hae now at tained a large circulation, is printed and pub lished every Friday morning, in time for the early mails. The scales of charges for Adver tisements and Subscriptions are a9 follow : ASVXBTISEUEHTS. Per Line-One line ... ... £0 0 6 Two do ... ... 0 10' Ihreedo ... ...0 14 Every additional line 0 0 4 Per inch £0 3 0 SUBSCRIPTIONS. For 1 quarter, if booked ... £0 2 2. . . For 1 quarter, in advance ... 0 2 0 For the half-year, do ... ...0 4 0. Per annum, do 0 8 0 ; All orders should be legibly written on the back of advertisements, and where no order is given, will be inserted until countermanded or out of date. Prepayment is requested from all occasional advertisers. Remittances can be made in notes, and money orders, or for small sums in postage stamps. : Advertisements intended for publication can be received up to 4 p.ns. on Thursday ; and orders to countermand advertisements ? must be sent in (in writing) not later than Wednesday at noon. ...

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DRUNKENNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS CEREBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

DRUNKENNESS AND UNCON SCIOUS CEREBRATION. The proverbial impunity with, which drunken men fall without hurting themselves can only be attributed to the fact that the conscious will does not interfere with the unconscious in stint of falling1: on the parts of the body least liable to injury. The same im punity is enjoyed by persons not in toxicated, who at the moment of an accident do not exert any volition in determining which way they shall strike the ground. =A11 the ludicrous stories of the absence of mind of tipsy mca may obviously be explained by supposing1 tliat their unconscious cere bration is blindly fumbling to perform tasks needing* conscious direction. And be it remembered that the proverb " in vino Veritas" is here in exact har mony with our theory. The drunken man unconsciously blurts out the truth, his muddled brain beingunequal to the task of inventing- a plausible falsehood. The delicious fun of Sheri dan, found under a tree and telling a policeman that he was " Wil...

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The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

©he Northern FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1871. THE war news brought by the last English mail is far from being- satis factory, inasmuch as it holds out little prospect of a sj>eedy termination of the terrible struggle. Tne events trans piring in the expanding- theatre of war are not of that grand and stately cha racter which marked the early days of the campaign. It is true, the most important act in this tragedy of tragedies still remains to be played out, but it is extremely problematical whether the fall of Paris-should that event actually take place-will ter minate the war. The disastrous de feats which Prance has hitherto sus tained hare tended only to goad her on to greater exertions. Notwith standing- that her regular armies have melted away before the march of in vasion, she has a greater number of men in the field now than &he had at the commencement of the strife, and is able to meet the foe on more equal terms. It the German commanders imagined that the spirit of resis...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. STANLEY, Saturday, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 27 January 1871

DISTRICT COUNCIL. STANLEY, Saturday, January 21. Present-The Chairman, Messrs. Jolly, and. Faulkner. Letter from Central Boad Board re Welkey and Mintaro road. Notice of ac ceptance of Mr. Tobin'e tender for supplying destitute rations, received from the Destitute Board. Dr. Vogt nominated medical officer tar the ensuing year. Mr. McLeieh'e tender ,, for contract 13 accepted. Mr. Tobin to be re* ' quested lo make a covered drain to carry a woj , the waste water now crossing the footpath by liia etore. Ford near Nieineiz'e, and road bj Thomas Mudigan's to be inspected and re* ported on. Works ordered-Bn-paira to creek, near Francis's, Hill Hirer ; culvert* and em bankment, and cutting near Mr. JLindo'e. Messrs. Curneen, Bowman, James Brown, Wei here, GvCumminge, end D. Brady to be notic d to destroy Scotch thietleu. Beoeipts, £18 2» 4d; payments, £18. Eis MAEES.-A Western editor accuses another of having stolen his report of a meeting, which was recognised by certain ear-marks. 7he r...

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