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POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. INLAND RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

POST CEFICE EEGTJLA3IOX3. IK1AXD BATES. Letters posted for delivery within *1 e province i-Not exceeding half an ounce, 2d ; exceeding half sa ounce, but not exce dirg oi:. cunce, 4d 5 exceeding one ounce, but not ex ceeding one and a half ounce?, 6.1 ; exceeding one end a half ounce?, bat not exceeding tw, ounces, 8 J; and so on, increasing 2d for eac1 &3diiicnal half-ounce or fraction of half-ounce Parcels containing no letter nor epistolary eommunicstion or intelligence:-]£ot exceeding fcur ounce?, 2d; exce d ng four otn?« s} but 3Dt exceeding five ounce?, 3d ; exceeding fiv< canees, but not exceeding six ounce?, 4d ; ex ceeding six ounces, but not exceeding seveii ounce?, 5d ; and so on, increasing Id for even additional ounce or fraction of an cunee. Inland letters or parcels potted unpaid^ charged double the above rates. All packets to pass at the parcel rate mue* le unenclosed, or enclosed in covers open a the eides or ends; or otherwise the s?nde» must sub...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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WRECK OF THE GOSSAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

ECK OF THE GOSSAMEH. We subjoin the followingaccount of ihe wreck of the Gossamer taken, from the IVcsicm Mornwo News: i Midway between the Bill of Port- j land niid tlie Lizard, 100 miles or more from cither, a promontory which mariners have good cnuse to dread juts far out into the English Channel. This promontory has three different head"-Start Point, Prawle Point, and Bolt head. On the first is a lighthouse and coastguard station; on the second is the signal station from which, by the aid of Sir William Mitchell's private telegraph line, the Shipping G(i~eite is daily supplied with news of ships passing1 up or down Channel: and close under the third is the beach of Salcombc, which one day probably will be known as a beautiful and. fashionable watering-place. It is on the centre of these headlands, Prawle Point, and a mile east of the lighthouse, that the disaster we have now to chronicle occurred. From a shingle beach jagged and precipitins rocks frown on breakers which, in the ...

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THE- DUKE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

THE 5 he races ia honor of the Duke of Edinburgh ; cause oif last Friday, on tne Old Adelaide Sacecouree. There waa a large ruobcr - f people p;e-:ent, sad the Puk3 Ligb'y cj j jrd the fpert. The rcces ca the tfboh mre ss aeedingly gfod. We eondanss tha ioV.cvriag repC'iN frees tae * Seglster :"- * Fiear RACE. MAIDEN PI-ATE of £60. Ei-tratjca 2 ?ot*., a sweep o; 2- eovi. Qse xoik. Weight ' for ag<\ Mr. J, Fowh^'a b h Krrglesd^ by , liliu-t r, evt ci a OjOU ier oier?, 5 vre., " 10 Tt. Hb. (Ila«*) ... ... '...1 Mr. IliiTto's br m A'~a, 4 3r?.j9:t, 8 lb'. (Hs*ve?) v... ... 2 Mr. J. G ilbert's br g Sugarpiuir., 5 jrs., 9 st. 12 11:8 (iiollijigwoitii) ... ... 3 Ttn hor ea ran for this race. Ada w&s the Srsfc to make a bold stroke for for lure, bat - Ringieadtr, a coirs parage outsider. ccntes;ed the point with br, ana caice in sa iu disputed winner, Ada stcocci, Sugarpluas third, and Mez'ppei fourlb. The rest were aU in a rink bciurid» wiili the exe.-pticn o/ Place*, w...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Adelaide, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

LATEST TELEGRAMS. FBOM OUE, GVTS COBB ISPOKDE3TT. Adelaide, Fe' ruary 25. The Show was a great success, being* literally crowded. The Governor liad luncheon at tlie Show. There1 was a splendid display of "Wheat. Hills, A Bell, 68 one quarter. Plains, Raike, and Parsons, 67 three quarters. Land Regulations Gazetted to day. Wheat Export, 4s 8d. Town Parcels, 4s 8d. Flour steady. £11 to £11 5s. Best Hay £5. per ton*

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WALLAROO. (From the "Wallaroo T[?]mes") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

WALLAROO. (Frrrn the " Wallaroo T mepJ On Friday evening Mr. A. J. Jamie -, late Manage? of the branch office _* the Bank of iSoufch Australia in this n, was entertained by a select 1 of liis friends, at the Globe Hotel, Fort Wallaroo : Mr. D. Power, M.P., in the chair, and whilst pro nosing* the toast of the evening, re marked in complimentary terms upon the many good works in which Mr. Jamieson had assistance since his resi dence upon the Peninsula. The cater ing for the evening was in Mr. Duncan's usual admirable style, and after spending a pleasant social even ing the assemblage dispersed. It is said that an application is being signed by the miners on the Wallaroo Mine, and will be forwarded to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, re questing that the allotments adjoining the Township of Kadina, which were recently withdrawn from sale, being applied for on a mineral lease, may fee open for sale. The men state their conviction that the land was not taken up for bona fide mining purp...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazzete," feb 18) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (ITrom the wGov<?r«»« tut G>z*to4MWb 1.8) Impounded at the Public Pound, Clare (nearest Post Office, Clare) One grey horse, shod, collar-marked, branded like hh conjoined with over near shoulder; one black or brown mare, stripe down face, shod, collar and saddle marked, branded like rn near shoulder, like over H near hip; one brown filly or mare, branded ai near hip. If not claimed, will be sold March 15, 1809, at noon. (Jeurgj Keece, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Section oGll, Hundred of Milne, north of Clare-One light chesnut horse, star in forehead, »randed like F over - near shoulder like > over 5 one yellow ox, cock horns, white in forehead and; flanks, R near horn, r oa rump, R off shoulder; one white ox, cock horns, R near horn, JD over w near rump; one strawberry ox, cock horns, r near horn, blotch brand near ribs; one yellow strawl-erry ox, down hoop horns, tip of both horns cut, r near horn, like rb off rump; one red steer...

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CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAT, FEBRUARY 22. Present-All except the Mayor. Councillor Le Feuvre. in tlic absence of the Major, w&s voted to the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk informed the Council that he had received the By Laws, which were approved Ly the Governor. Dr. Bain was named as the M.D. of the destitute poor tor the town for the year 18-59. Six tenders were opened for the making' of the Main street of Clare, which were ordered to stand over tor a week, and a special meeting of the Council to be then held to consider them. The Council adjourned till Monday next.

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SIA[?]ST[?] 8 OF 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

SI A1I3T1 8 OF 1S63. T: e following *ab*es eondtneed frrm th« quarter]* return? pub i^bed in the .neui G ze te." tt-lut eal .Register. sud otUr> (Si-Li ti cumentg. The fs»i owing tsb'e shows the vaTue cf gf ods Imported, rt-esjo>itd, slid utrnt- cd So co sumption m the eel ny curing cacii qu^ric: 1868 - Quarter Irn* Ex- B - tnd<d p'Upd, taui*.*. ifcrdi 31 ... £524644 £57,379 £4fi7.205 J«i-e 30 ... 620 480 2a *z3 401 2.%7 Sei',30 ... 561.950 82 079 482:51 i> c. SI ... 628,434 46.793 5bl,ft^l it)ltle8i-uwi ;g tise io»ai of t* e «x > r the imyorts ro xported, a»«i of u-e* jt or?- t p oducs ot the coioay duriu^ ia«.h i- o 1h68S ? Qimiier Total vndtd E*|» rid. p i-'.d. ^xp»««f. Maech31... £939 £98 £57,379 lSi5£Hi Jim'80 ... 3 8013 .*Q'2Z3 Si8T9 S c. 30 ... SS6 559 82.< 79 SO148J Dee. 31 ... 1164,730 4f>s793 1,117 93: To i ls £^819 3( 0 £2l>,47i £2 603 82. The'f'flowing ia'ile shc»t the pf»j uianon . 1 she colonj. with the ftaplt* produce eipmtert. ...

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THE STUBBLE BURNING AND BUSH FIRE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

THE STUBBLE BURNING AND BUSH £TKE ACT,, This Act was passed in the eeeeion of 1864i for the purpose of restraicicg the negligent or wilful destruction of property by fire. It pro vides that ar^y person wilfully or negligently destroying, injaring, or endangering property by setting on fire or burning timber, grain,., straw, stubble, hay, grass, or other produce or material growing, ljing, or being, in any place wl atever, shall, on conviction, forfeit a penalty not less than £3 nor exceeding £*10, Holders of annual depssturage licences to give one day'a notice of intention to burn scrub, &e., within, hundreds to Crown Lands Hanger.. No fire shall be lighted for burning stubble, &c., be* tireea let November and 15th April, unless between 6 and 10 o'clock in the afternoon.. District Councils have power to alter the houra of burning in their districts by notice in the "Government Gazette," and by fixing same orb door on District Council Office for 30 days. No stubble sh...

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AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. February 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

AUBURN. (FROM GUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. February 24, 1869. Wheat during tlie week lias been coming* in pretty freely, and makes the township look quite busy. The price has been 3s lOd; to-da3r it is 3s Sd. The Undayla Races took place last week; in a section belonging- to P. been been able to ascertain the several events. I heard one of McNamara's horses had his leg broken above the knee, and one or two persons had some awkward throws-this seems to be uni versal now at races, for at our races here last season one man was thrown and killed, and another had his collar bone broken. A melancholy accident happened to a boy aged 6 or 7 years, of the name of Ke-nnewell. He seems ta have been playing- by the river Wakefield, when he fell in, and when taken out was quit edead, There are several buildings being put up now, which, added to those a! out to be erected, will make our township of greater magnitude and importance. We certainly hope some day to see the central districts of the North im...

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AGENTS FOR "NORTHERN ARGUS" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

4&ENFS F-JS <4«ORIStUiN ABQUS* ii«j1alde Auburn .BUth'f Plwina K'jpur.da Hirer £gk "Sacldlewc-ttii - \ * % Mr.|Siood?iy Missr*1. Caefeen & Goss Mr B et Sir t\ Wiili^iDS Mr. G. G';iii r "MfW, Gar,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

? L ABE STEAM FLOU t* AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KlilBER PaopniETOR. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Rate? FOPvCASH. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Cruslv d Corn aiwejs for sale. Grist Work promptly dene, and Corni Crushed. JH A R D JS R , + "Sear Town Hal1, Cmre, CABINET ^AKEii* &o. J. H. b°ir» to tender l»is tiwrls to tHef puHw for Hie liberal support be Has disteerto du'i g Hs r« 8 <}h cs in C.«rff;M!d, hopes, i!j pai-n^ aii«»ti 11 to hi» reMws?, Jh- wifl continue to ieceive^Mr 8'iare of the j ubiti paTnna^e -?>' A go« d ptor k of furniture of every descript ion s]irAV!> on hut d. IRON BEDSTEADS & MSTRESSES. FiineraW attended ou the shortest notic . | Cuarge rm.derate. J. HARDEE, g O L O M O JS WILLIAMS, TISSMIIH, IRON 33ONGEB, GALVANIZED IKON & ZINC WORKER, | Opposite the Katio&al Back Clare. Orders promptly attended to. Repair? executed with neatness and deepstch. Pumps supplied, Guttering laid, epGLt'rj and Piping fixed and repai...

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The honthern Argus. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1869. Kct having made our advent at a time when the cry in every quarter of the colony was for land reform, we of course lost the opportunity of echoing* the popular voice, and adding ours to the general expression of opinion given and schemes shsdowed forth on the land question. That question was the chief one at the hustings at the last general election, and it was upon the promise of either introducing or assisting to pass a more liberal mea sure of land reform than was then in existence, that the majority of our legislators were returned to Parlia ment. It happened that this question tion above all others should have fallen to the lot of a, new Assembly to deal with, and it may now be asked how have they discharged their obligation to promote the welfare of the agricul tural portion of the population by giving them a more liberal and advan tageous method of obtaining the waste lands of the Crown for farming* pur poses. The introduction of the subject, it is w...

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THE MABEIS. ADELLA[?]F. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

THE M ABES IS. ?ADEL.JIIJF. -WbfaVfreta 4< 6J to 4$ 8d X?ioui*5 from £11 so £12 So CL&BE* "Wbra: S? 8d Flour, j-10 pfcr ton r£ 200© lbs Brsn. lOi rer Po];5r% 1- 2<3 per fcus-fl C« 311, £4 5s per T<-n uf SGCOIbe Brt«d, 7-i p« r 4<h loaf Four, 23 jits lb. AUEUEN. Whest, 3 Sd

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ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPODENT. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

ADELAIDE. (FEOM OUS OW>' COEEESPOXDEyT Februarj 23. & s far as the Lords sf creation ere rencei ned, A'.ulijide has just recovered fro-u the whirl cf < xc leiDci.t which it lias esperieiiCed during ihe idgt wtcli 5 but tie ladies have only half riifj&fieci themse.'vis, end they finish up the ot! e liclf ic-morrow, Lady Fergusson nolo leg a dr^wirg room on that day, on which c^cw .-kn an opportunity will be sfio.ded her laoy pfcip of ^a'nmg a little height into colonial fi&htsn, aud the inMnere end customs cf both the Upp^r aud the Lo«er Tea. Oae thing is pretty cerinir-, the ladies will never make the rams naistek^ .which seine of the gentlemen fcii in-c* at the Itvee, v z., paying their respects to members of '.be scite instead cf to the proper perErrn. Let the f tir tes si-no for not finding out Latsj Eerguefon ; the votaries of fashion cn Wed;<sJfy ^vill never condescend to fix t hi if ejes upon am ore beneath a titled tidy. The sw...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 26 February 1869

CEXCKET. A cricket match was played between tlio Clare and Auburn Clubs on Wed nesday last, on the open section south of the Town of Clare. The Clare team having* won the toss, their oppononts were sent to handle the willow. We subjoin the scoring': AUBUKJf CLUB. First Inning's. Second Inning's. J. Smyth 55 9 J. Bkead 13 12 A. King 19 2 R. Holmes 1 11 C. H. Richardson 11 0 J. Hoare 26 40 C. Ruxtcn 6 0 J. Baker 0 2 A. Ashton 1 7 J. Mellor 0 0 J. Yarcla 0 0 133 82 Byes 7 8 Leg" Irfes 0 2 Wide 0 0 Total 140 99 CLAHE CLUB. First Innings. W. Paterson 15 J. Williams 5 R. Eovvley 21 R. Dairs 5 T. Scott 1 S. T. Holden 13 J. Eowe 4 A. Murphy 5 W. H. Waters 2 J. Gray 0 J. Goodfellow 1 It having- been agreed to make it a diTv's match, and there bein^ no time xor the Clare team to play their innings out, the match was declared won by the Auburn Club. In the first innings of the Auburn team, J. Hoare, and in the second innings, A. King, carried out their bats. In the Clare Club, J. Goodfellow ca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 5 March 1869

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATH3 AND MARRIAGES. BIRTHS aki>DEATHS -Parents or occupiers of houses in which births have taken place cr deaths have cccurred, the coroner or district eoBfctable, in cases cf bodies found, ere required ?o register (f.-ce cf charge) births within 42 diys, deaths whhin 10 days* tiir e of occurrence, under a penalty not exceeding £ 10, and of £50 in ease if refusal to comply whea called upon by the district registrar. Xlie minister ov~ person t-iH. iating whe shall be rcqui ed to buiy to perform e'ny religious service for the burial cf a dead body, shaft be furnished with a certificate frcm a di^t; ict registrar that such :,a' been du^y registered. Shouftd such certifi cate not bs produced before or at the tiaie of burial, notice is to be given forthwith to the di tiict registrar by any person who shall dis pose cf a body by burial. Parents, guardian?, or persons cogn'zdnt of a birth or death may r-'gister (.-i bittii after 43 days, a death afies 10 j^y?) ...

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THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 5 March 1869

THE DOG ACT. The Dog Act of the session of 1867 provide? that all dogs sVall be registered, if three ir-onth? old, every year, under a penalty of £1, or no more than £6. If registration be effte'ed be tween 1st July arid 31st December in any y ar, dog deeased to be regie!ered until 1st July of year nfxt ensuing; if effected between lsl J*nuary and SOili June, then dog deemed to be registered until 1st July in the year then next ensuing. Description Gf dog to be given, Penalty fcr fake description, £2 to £5. Fee for certificate cr receipt on rrgisiraticn, 5s. Prcof of registration lies with keeper of dog. Copy of aforesaid certificate may be obtained or payment of Is. Lists to be exhibited in Registrar's office. Dogs registered to have collars round neck, with number of district, name cf owner, and number of register marked thereon : penalty, 5s to 40s. Dogs at large not registered or without collar may be seized and killed, which constables and rangers are specially ordered to do. O...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Feb. 25) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 5 March 1869

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (Frjra the "Gorernoi n Gsz tte," Feb. 25) T "11 .1 T-k IT- 1 impounded at the Jfuonc JLJounu, Clare (nearest Post Office, Clare) One bay horse, collar marked, branded 5 over JT near shoulder; one black colt branded 5 over JT near shoulder ; one black fillv, branded 5 over JT near shoulder; one black or brown fillv, like JVL near shoulder; one black mare, star, rope round neck, like T over - near shoulder, like ^ over x off shoulder ; one brown filly foal, star and snip, branded like - over heart near siibulder ; one bay filly, stripe down face, - over heart near shoulder ; one bav * mare, small star, F near shoulder, WADE near back, black colt, at foot-, no brand visible; one bay mare, broken knees, scar on off hind leg*, branded k near shoulder ; one dark-brown or black filly, branded like GM over near shoulder. If hot claimed, will be sold March 22, 1809, at noon. George Reece Poundkeepert Impounded at the Public Pound, Section 3011, Hundred of Milne, north of ...

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WASTE LANDS REGULATIONS, UNDER THE WASTE LANDS AMENDMENT ACT, 1868-9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 5 March 1869

WASTE LANDS REGULATIONS, UNDER THE WASTE LANDS AMENDMENT ACT, 1868-9. We publish in full tlie Waste Lands Regulations taken from last week's Gazette: 1. All lands within agricultural areas except as to township and suburban lands, shall be open for selection upon terms of credit, during' such times and at such prices as may be notified from time to time by Proclamation in the South Australian Government Gazette. 2. In addition to the areas mentioned in the third schedule to the Waste Lands Amendment Act, 1868-9,the Governor will proclaim from time to time other areas, to be not less than 20, nor more than 100 square miles in extent, to contain good agricultural land to be surveyed in Sections of not less than 320 acres in one block, and to include a township, and surburban lands, and proper reserves; and the plans of all areas shall be kept in the Land Office. 3. All lands within any proclaimed area will be surveyed within three calendar months from the time of Pro clamation of the ...

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