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CRICKET. AUBURN V. BURBA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

CRICKET. AUBURN V. BURBA, This tratcb, which waB looked forward to with considerable interest, was played at the Burra oil Thursday, January 26, in presence of a goodly number of spectators. As vrill be seen by the scoring below, the Auburaites gained an easy victory, winning in one innings with plenty to spare. The highest score was made by Mr T. Scott, of the Auburn team, who carried out his bat after making 31 rons. The Kcv. C. W. Hawkins and Mr A. King were the next highest, scoring 25 and 19 re spectively. Mr .Bosnian, of the Burraitep, retired in the first innings with 8 creditable score of 22. The result, so flattering to the Auburaites, was principally owing to their superior fielding. At the couclusion cheere were given for the respective Clubs, and the hope was expressed that they would meet on a future occasion on more equal terras. The scoring was us follows BPEEA. Captain, W. H. Itosman; Umpire, J. Hutson. First Innings. Second Innings. Williams, c Holmes ... 0 c. Crase...

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EUROPEAN NEWS, VIA CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

EUUOPEA.N NEWS, VIA CALI FORNIA. The fallowing items are published in the Sydney papers: Toura, December 5.-A correspondent at Tours telegraphs on the 5th;-"Intense ex citement prevails her?, and a great crowd hae fathered at the Prefecture, reading the un favorable neve. Gainbetta, ill trying to reach O leaae, was prevented by the enemy, who toot possession of the railway. The Tit) tans fired at him. His escape was a miracle. Ho returned at 3 o'clock this morning. Paladines evacuated Orleans to prevent bombardment, and they talk of trying him by Court-Martial." Tours, December 5.-Despatches from General Paladines announce tiiat hid retreat i waB completed in good order. He lost neither ammunitions nor provisions. Tours, December 5.-General Paladines rc-1 treated from Orleans with 200,000 men and 500 cannon?. j Tours, December 9.-The «* Official Journal" announces that the Government has removed ; to Bordeaux. General Cbaossy reports that he fought yesterday against the army of Prin...

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RHYNIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

RHYNIE RACES. These races took place on Thursday, January 26. The weather was rather too warm to be pleasant, and moBt of the farmers were busily engaged in harvesting, and to these two facte the small attendance was doubtless owing. P. McNamara, Eeq., J.P., acted as Judge, and Mr. T. O'Halloran as Starter; Messrs. M. Kjan, A. Nicholle, J. Shannon, and T. Robin son as Stewards. The several events were ae follows : ITIBST RACE. Maidens, 7 save. One and a half miles; heats. Weight fop age. Mr. Dunn's Creeping Jenny 1 Mr. Crowe'e Little Barry ... 2 Mr. O'Halloran's Stag ... 3 Mr. Swinden'e Cowra. ___ - - Bjth heats wc;<e, woneasily by"£!iCeping. Jenny. We believe a protest waB entered a^aiufct the three first-iamed hoists, on the ground if their having previously won public money. SECONP BACE. - Ladies' Pane. One and a half miles; beats. Mr. Manuel's Darkie 1 Mr. Swindon's Kangaroo ... 2 THIRD RACE. Bliynic Puree. Two miles; heafa. Mr, Crowe's Little Harry 1 Mr. Manuel's Gor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

PROOF, AND THE JUDGES. TWELVE years; PRACTICAL TEST is the BEST " PROOF," and the South Australian Public are the best "JUDGES" in bearing- witness to the fact thatfor READY MADE CLOTHING, or CLOTHING MADE TO MEASURE, Excellence and Cheapness in the Quality of Goods, Civility and Attention to Customers, no better establishment can be found in Adelaide than SIIIERLAW'S GLASGOW HOUSE, 31, Ilindley street. Bushmen and Farmers are especially requested to Call for Substantial Clothing-, Shirts, Rugs, genuine Scotch Blankets, &c., &c., at SHIERLAW'S GLASGOW HOUSE, 81, HINDLEY STREET, ADELAIDE. TO FARMERS. FOR SALE, after harvest, in blocks to suit purchasers, 16,000 ACRES of good Land, well watered, situate in the HUNDRED of CLARE, on and adjoining the HILL RIVER. Full particulars in future advertise ments. CHAS. B. FISHER. BA Y N TON & P I Z E Y are favored with instructions to sell by Sublic auction, at the. Town Hall Building, on Conday, February 6, at 11 o'cloc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

c LAKE STEAM FLOTJB AND CHAFF MILLS, 5 OfTAHTi'RS XUIBS&, Ffioismbs. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed Corn always for sale. [4 JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, j BOOEBELLEE, STATIONER, AND HEWS AGENT. Main BTBEET, Cube. £4 Jg AND 0. BECKMANN, WHOLES AXE AND RETAIL BUTCHEES AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. [4 RCHITECTUS, LAB 0 BUM PRINCEPS. A EOBERT E. PAGE (from London), > . AECHITECT, AETI8T, GENERAL feUB-1 VEYOB, ass COMMISSION AGENT, CLARE. T I M B E R YABD.i - Kimg STBEET, Aosumr. J.&.H. G. BAKER have on Sale all kinds I of TIMBER and BUILDING MATE-! RIALS, at ADELAIDE BATES. Also, Shafts, Buggy Shafts,- Rims, Hubs,,] Spokes, &o. KING STREET, AUBURN. WATERVALE AND HOYLETON.- ] ISAA6 MILNES, Saddler and Har necs Maker, having opened a branch Business at Ho vie ton, adjoining Mr. G. Brain's corn etore, which will be conducted Jjyhisbj|otber, H. Milces,begs totUank his Customers fojt- their liberal support dunrig the past Ihree 'yfi^B. aiid ~hdperby etr...

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WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette." Jan. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette." Jan. 26A John Brietow, of Melrose, storekeeper. James Tallent Webster, of Clarendon, me dical practitioner. Wallace Bisbon, of Adelaide, bookkeeper. Chevalier XJ. W. Benthal, of Kadina, painter. __

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COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday evening, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 February 1871

COMMERCIAL. CLARE. " Northern Argue," office, Thuredny evenine, February 2. Wheat, 3s 8d to 3a lOd Flour, 23s per bag " £10 per ton Bran, 8d to lOd per bushel Pollard, Is per bushel Chaf£ 3s 6d per cwt. Fresh butter Is per lb Potted butter, none Eggs, 6d per doz Bacon, 9d per lb Ham, lOd Lard, 8£d Cheese, colonial, 6d; English, la 7d Potatoes, 7s per cwt. Onionfe, Id per lb ADELAIDE. February 1. Wheat, 4s 6d Flour, £11 to £1210s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

TO FARMERS. FOR SALE, after harvest, in blocks to suit purchasers, 16,000 ACRES of good Land, well watered, situate in the HUNDRED of GLARE, on . and adjoining the HILL RIVER. Full particulars in future advertise ments. CHAS. B. FISHER. GBICULTURAL LAND FOB SALE ' HUNDRED OF BLYTH-Sections 1992, 1993, 1994,175,176,177,179,181,182, t 194,192, 208, 233. MILNE-402,409,414,415,658,659,660, 661, 703. | CLARE-189, 440. HART-Several good Sections. W. L. BE ABE, Bungaree. HENRI SCOTT, Adelaide. OR SALE-An IMPROVED FARM, 170 acres, adjoining Leasingham, subdi vided into five Paddocks. The Improvements . consist of a four-roomed Stone House, Garden, two Well?, Tank, Barn, Pigatye, &c. Apply to B. NORTON. FOR SALE or LEASE excellent AGRI CULTURAL SECTIONS near the BURBA. Adjoining land always carried heavy crops. On one block of 1,200 acres, House and permanent Water. Other Sections . unimproved. Railway Station distant 3 miles. A. H. FORDER, Redruth, Burra. IMPORTANT NOTICE.-ALLOT MEN...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Feb. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Feb. 2,) j BLACK SMIXGS, D. Bobinson-Bay mare, like, HS near shoulder, WT over W off shoulder. To be Bold February 27. CiiAKE, Gr. Recce-Bay mare, stripe down face, cut on near hind leg, like writing « with f under near shoulder; bay cob colt, etar, like ?» near shoulder. To be sold February 27. Koobinga, H. IS. Macnamara-Bay mare, star and snip, near fore and off hind foot white, saddle marked, with n under w under n over near shoulder, has horse fool; hoy mare, white down face, near hiad foot white, - over TM near shoulder. To be sold February 27. WHirwAETA, J". Brooke-Bay mare, shod, little white ou two hind leet and near fore foot, like w with ^ over near shoulder, js offshoul* der; chesnut horse, etar, two hind feet little white, like J near neck, « with tj under near shoulder, jo off ucck; red and white or straw berry bullock, very poor, near ear slit, like circle near rump, like m near ribs. To be sold February 27. X/EASixfl...

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The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

©he mtlu/n Jtrguss. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1871. IN the balance-sheet of the Clare Cor poration appears a rather heavy item of rates in arrear, which item furnished the subject of discussion at the meeting on Monday last, His Worship advo cating that extreme measures should be taken to recover the same. It appears that there is considerable property which has never paid rates since Clare was formed into a corporate town ; and when on a former occasion one of the Councillors urged the necessity of legal steps being taken to compel the pay ment of these rates, such conduct was immediately denounced as harsh and oppressive. Nothing farther was said on the subject until at the last meeting of the Council, when the balance-sheet was submitted, [t appeared that a large portion of the revenue of the Corpora tion was still uncollected, and the Mayor again urged the desirabily of legal action. Some may charge His Worship the Mayor with severity in advocating such a policy ; but we certainly th...

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RHYNIE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

RHYNIE. (FROU OTTB OWN COEBBSPOVDENT.) February 7. Yesterday and to-day we hare had very heavy rains, which conliued (brought the night. It will do eome damage to those who have sot finished cleaning their whfat. The Undalya fclk are still at their vagaries in connection with their school. Some two or three of them, under the auspices of the Bible Christian?, of course, formed themselves into a committee, and c>et a teai-ber at work in the chapel, and a few days afterwards an advertise ment appeared in the " Observer** calling for applications. I am told there were nine or ten applicant?. I expect they will be rather sur prised at this novel way of doing business appointing a teacher first, and advertising for bim afterwards. By-the-by, schoolmasters are a hardly'treated race. Nearly every master of a country school can tell you that he IIBS a number of scholars at half price; but if he wants a load of wood or a pound of butter from the parents of the half-price children, he has ...

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POLICE COURT-CLARE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before Mr. E. Gower, J.P.] HORSESTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

POLICE COURT-CLARE. SATURDAY, FjEBRtTAEY 4. [Before Mr. E. Ctower, J.P.] HOESESTEAIING. John Mott was charged on the information of August Uitecke with stealir.g one grey mare, saddle and bridle, from lioylee Plains, oa tho 31st January lust. Mr Hosier appeared lor the prisoner. August Nitscke, prosecutor, deposed .. Wps. a farmer, tiring at Hoylra Plains. The prisoner came to him on' Tuesday last between 10 and 11 o'clock, andfesked for a job. Promised to give h;m work.- Told him he .might. tlay, -onCI"Comnpenee work iKe "following morn ing. In the morning got up at 6 o'clock to feed his horses, and found that the prisoner was gone. The grey mare was gone, also a paddle and bridle out of the stable. Went to Auburn, and gave information to the police. Then came to Clare, and took out a warrant. When he got back home the next day tho mare was found. Looked for the mare for two hou*a before be went for the police. Went about 12 the next da; to tell the police that the mare waB found. ...

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AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

AUBURN: (fkom ottb owh coebespondent.) February 9. A temperance meeting was held in the B. chapel on Monday, presided over by Mr J. H. Adamson. Able and interesting addresses were given by the Rev. Octirui Lake and Mr Samuel Day. The Secretary, Mr D. J. Walter?, read the report, showing a balance in band ol £14* 6.1, together with the amount realised that evening. The report was not so satisfactory as could be desired, although several meeting* bad been held; yet they would like to have had more signatures to the pledge-books. Towards the close, the election of Co remittee took place, when tTie following were re-elected :-Messrs J. H- AcTamson, D. J. Wnifcw, 8. Day, W. J. McDonald, W. J. Thrcadgold, J. 6. Bremner, and A. J. Carey. There was a good attendance, considering the threatening weather. A girl, about 15 years of age, living with Mr William Home, as servant, was brought to the police station yesterday. There had for several weeks been a strangeness in her manner, and she had...

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LECTURE AT WATERVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

LECTURE AT WATERY ALE. A lecture on " Young Womanhood"* was! delivered by Miss Tlioroe in the Forresters* j Hill, Watervaie, oa Thursday cveaing, Feb-1 raary 2. JkJr. J. S Cole occupied tbe chair. Before the doors were opened a large crow<i j had collected in front of the building, and' when the appointed hour arrived the IIbU was densely crowded. Auburn, Clare, and the sur rounding townships were fairly represented. The proceedings commenced by a selection from the 12th Mats, which was rendered -ex-' ceedingly well by a gentleman amatuer. The Chairman said : It di;4 not often fall to the lot of a Chairman to have the pleasure of introducing a lady lecturer to aa audiencc. Perhaps, however, when society had attuiucd a I higher degree of perfec'ion it might become a less rarity. It might then be quite as camrnon to introduce a lady a; a gentleman. It wa^ his pleasure that night to introduce a lady-a talented ^ Jady-one who had never been ex ceeded in. her particular sphere...

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CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, FEBEUAET 6.1 Present-Bis Worship the Maror, Coun cillors Felfl, Kelly, Treleaven, Harmer, aud Crabb. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. COEBE6POKDKKCB. His Worship stated that he had seen Mr Page relative to the verandah Vie wished to erect, and told him that if it was not such a* would meet the approval of the Public Works Committee it would mo6t likely be pulled down. He recommended the verandah in front of his own premises as a pattern. Bead, letter from the Chief Secretary, stating that the £240 voted to the Corporation duriDg last session has been placed to their credit. The Town CI rk reported having written to Mr Hichardson stating that the Council had no fault to find with the plan, but wished him if possible to attend one of their meetings. He had received a reply stating that the roadB in dispute were not legal road?, aud be was not justified in inserting them in the plan. He en closed an account tor £10. His Worship recommended...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

THE GOLDFIELDS. Afew parcels of eement hare been crushed, with about the usual average. A crashing of 8 tons from Hatch's Hill yielded a little over 1 oz. to the ton, and a email lot from tha Affghan'a claim returned about 5 dwts. to' the ton. A sample of surface cement from Goddard's Hill is at Britcher'a mill for trial, and is expected to pa; fairly. A pared of some tons from Victoria Hill resulted in 16 dnts. to the ton. Green Hill keeps its good name, and Co^tello's claim is still yielding good profita. Barrett has had another crush* ing of 11 tons, which yieided a little more than J oz, to the ton. Grsham'e party intend crushing to-morrow, and expect payable re* turns. Prankhurst is also raising cement which will most likely go to the machine early next week. The other claims on the hill have been mnch impeded in their workings by bad air, it being impofaible some days to work &t all, eo that a great deal of time is necessarily lost. The quartz from Mount Torrena reef, ...

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ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

ADELAIDE. (FBOM: OTTB OWN COBBGSIOHDSKI) February 8. Bishop Sbiel arrived in Adelaide on Thurs day, after being absent from bie diocese about 15 months. As might be expected, large num bers of bis flock turned out to welcome him. and gave him an enthusiastic reception. Several congratulatory addresses were presented, is which the dea'h of the late Vicar-G-eneral and the spoliation of the Pope formed the principal topics. I must sav that the Doctor looks very well, notwithstanding his numerous travels It is rumored that Or. Pol ding, the Catholic Archbishop of Australia, is about to pay a visit to this colony. The precise object of tbis visit is cot puMisl ed. On Monday night the Gregory troupn opet ed at the Theatre Royal, and, notwith standing the very heavy rain, had a larg< acdicnce, mucli larger than I expected to eee. They ate unquestionably tie best troupe of gymnast* mm equestrians that evir visited Adelaide. The feats of the dogs ami aonkrro were exoydtpgiy well d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

SERIES OF MONTHLY MARKEt SALES. ON SATURDAY^ FEBRUASX U. i«l, At 2 o'clock. AT THE BLACK EAGLE HOTEL, SEYEKHILLS. t Thomas OWNSWORTH will hold his next Monthly Market at, Sevenhills for Sale of Farming Stock, Produce, Aa, Bfl above, Heavy Draught Horees Farming Implements Dairy Cattle, &c. sale BY auoHON AT CLARE. AT THE CLARE AUCTION MART. ON SATURDAY, FEB. 18th, INST., At 2 o'closk p.m. TO BE 80LJ) BY AUCTION, as above A quantity of Very Superior Household FURNITURE, Nearly new, viz., A Cedar Table Do. Chairs Do. Sofa, with back 8o£» Mattress andEoliters Iron Tent Bedstead Flock Bed , Meat Safe i Cedar WaBhstand A quantity of Cooking Utensils A1£0, A Saddle and Bridle, and Sundry other Lots Sale without reserve. Terms at Sale. WM. LENNON, Auctioneer. Clare, February 7, 1871. 1MPOETANX NOTICE ! LAND! LAND ! LAND ! AT DAVIES'S HOTEL, WATERYALE. ON FRIDAY, MARCH 3,1871, at 2 o'clock. NS O W T O N « has been honored with instructions from R. Or. Wilkinson* E^q., Executor of tf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

c LABE STEAM FLOUE AND CHAFF MILLS, OHAELES KIMBER, PfiOPEiEroB. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. [4 JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AMD NEWS AGENT. Maiu STREET, CLASE. £4 ri E. A ND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE A>D BET AIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. [4 ARCHITRCTUS, laborum PRllSCEPS. ROBERT R. PAGE (from London), ARCHITECT, ARTIST, GENERAL SUR VEYOR, jam COMMISSION AGENT, ClABE. I M B E R YARD. KiKQ StEEET, AOBUEtf. S. &. E. G. RAKER have'on Sale all kinds of TIMBER and BUILDING MATE RIALS, at ADELAIDE RATES. Also, Shafts, Buggy Shafts, Rims, Hubs,, 8pokes, See. KING STREET, AUBURN. lXTA3®R^iiii^AND HOYLETOK .f? ;:^AA^ptmjBS«^dd^rand Har ? oees Maker, hi^ o^wned ? fftwletoii. adjoining Mr. for their liberal support during the past three years, and hopes by strict attention and punctuality to still merit a continuance of their support. All binds of Saddlery and Harness always on hand, and Collars guaranteed to fit. ...

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WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Government Gazette," Feb. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 February 1871

WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the *'Government Gazette," Feb. 2.) Charles Hardy, of Kapanda, house punter. Henry Warland, of Mount Gambler, for mer!/ publican, cow oat of business.

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