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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. Adelaide, Friday, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. IFrona our ov.-n Correspoiiifiof.j ?'ijV El.VXTi.'.c. TELEGKAl'li 1 AtielaiJe, Fridav March 1G. His E ellencv the Governor prorogued the | Parliaii u .. -ciay until the 29rh June. 1. his sj 'ocli His Excellency t banked the members of both i'oiises for the close atrcn lion tliey In. 1 paid io tbeir uuiies during tie /?!.'-?» try ing session. He. Raid that, the sums so liberally voted **T'n:- public works should be oxjic-iiek'd expedi £kh| usiy, and with proper consideration for the ^P;::1r of tli,: ].-;bur m;:rket. Hd ns^' ioi] with great satisfaction to tl.e l-xie::.-ioji . f Tenure a:id liojnis.-ion of lit-nt ! ]J.l!s as wi-e concessions which the un- j |i;ir;ilelled condition of the countrr demanded, j lie c -in : i.;!....-d of the defective English j lie vas : lei Bills had been passed for the vi:tyii)(iit oi trooj s and to reorganize the io3i-.2ii.er force. lie spoke ol ihe Srrathalbyn and Victor Harbor Tr;i..;ivay Ijiil as bein...
LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING KE-VS. ? .1 [Fron cur own Correspondent.! i [By Electric Telkgrai-h.I : (Via 'Wentworth and Adelaide.) March IG. The Darling is falling fast. There is no prospect of a rise. The. Kennedy is stuck, aud her Large Iie3 hir;h and -3rv. The Moolgewanke got up as high as 'VYien- teraga and returned. The Culgoa has been to Menindic and hack a^ain. &he has got up again as far as McLean's The Albury is near 'Wentworth, bringing doTvn wool in small lots from seven miles — *-, above. She was compelled to land 300 bales there. Tlie Lower Murray is not navigable. There is only IS inches of water.
THE SILVER [?]TINGS. [?] OF "EAST LYNNE." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
___________________HRlE SILVER 1^_____________P°OF '£AST LTiSE.' H_______^From 0;tce a 1F«7.\1 ^'^9^^P^'S out °' liatitira, the good ship South i- «.i-. a^ffi trira Britisn vessel, built more for cargo ?Mt ? pa-seuuurs, but carrying the latter when she .?- ?? ? them. On her way home from Brazil ehe ! .1 enc untt-rcd a successiun of bad weathei, and fin into Madeira for repairs and provisions. ' crew qa'tted her there, and whispers tti-iu about that they were afraid of her, or of so«e / thing in'li'jr. Two passengers only had come in her from Rio dc Janeiro, a gentleman and his servant. At Madeira she took on board a Major Gore, his wife, two elegant young ladies, and tieir maid Fervant, all in moarning. The majn'= means were straitened, and the moderate charges of the sailing vessel, as compared with, the passage-money of the recuiar packets, had been the inducement to choose ? .South Star. They bad come on board at the iJist. moment, and the usual confusion prevailed. 'Not fawn the...
SATURDAY, MARCH 10. LOCH v. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
Sati:i:i).\v, Makcii 10. LL-11 v. r.oui-'SEVM.l.. This action sti'd owr by aJ]ournn-'e:H fir ihr, evirenee of Mr J.1I.11 V.-.rc^e. 'Hint li;.v.;ii^ l.i-eii jriven, the J'ourt express d :.:; u.:-.niin:i::s o:.:n;ou that Ur; ij.:ii:ni!T -.vim eulitLd tu a:u.-ii t eUimed. -:i:eayi:r v. vir.zr.'.i.. Cl^im f-.T i-'4. \'\r ii.iisiMie m ?^?»-'.is of ?which tho pia:nii:l' v:,'.- cii^'tii^e. j;-. ?? .'?iiiiiuel. ili-- Liu -tl' I:*.- ? i -. ; lT -?..»:;'.«:.:?: 1 ueii'-.ril fx-;eriti---n. aij.-'ir.st bFe-.-iK-u-^i: au-i c*^iii.-i_-r l.-ym-f. It w.is c in-. lri:.ii-,l that .-u -.-!?, 1 --;v|i!i'-i! ;i': i :.-;t relieve ii-;: ^aptisa ? .ji..; o-.vn-r?. nt iiri'iliry in tlie ^bscucc c-f evidence «f jii'- -ji'-r !-t'jwaj;o. '»i'. Vei'diuC for £1 ' , va'us of g)uds u imaged iu hold. C!---' '' ' ^.'-. t''-r the ^^f^^|^^|^^H^^^^^^| tnc^1' '^* : ? 'h'f'i)u;tviU^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H £1 : ./.d illtci^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H injur- . J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
^^^^^^^^Kry Prize Certificate of Merit lias been awarded to tiie MESSRS. ^^HpD, IMPORTEES, NORTH TEERACE, ADELAIDE, ^^^^^Re forniation of the Soutli Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society, for the '^^ . - Best asd Labsest Collection of Exhibited by MESSES. TUXFOED at the various Shows, including the February Award of' the present year. ! MESSRS. TUXFORD Wou-ld further remark that their Stock cf AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS- and MACHINERY will continue to he found the BEST, ' LARGEST, and CHEAPEST IX SOUTH AUSTRALIA, at their Establishment,. NORTH-TERRACE, ADELAIDE. MESSRS. TUXFORD again hare the honor to announce that the Judges awarded ALL THE PRIZES offered by the South Australian Agricultural Society to the COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES, exhibited at work at the Society's TxxlY held October 11, 1865, by the Messrs. Tuxford, Sole Importers, North-terrace, Adelaide. Marcfc, 18G6.. Public Notices. T-.^iIS UXIVKKtJAL EX'llBillOX, 1So7. President : Tlis Exc Il'incy Sir D....
THE STRATHABYN SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
THE STRATHALBYN SHOW. The first nniv.nl exhibit; -n ff the reeusitated Straiici'ibyn Agricultural and IIi.Tticultur.il SocutT was held oi- th-: 1st instaur, and from ibe energy, vi^ov, and excellent resources displayed on the occa sion we may fairly anticipate that the career which Las liyw bum inaugurated vvill be a highly pivsper Oiie. We i.re ceitaiuiy somewhat out of dale in alluding on iiie 17th of the mojitli to an event which occurred on the 1st; but our apol-igv must be that we could not not do so whili ihe hf.i we havu now bri-iuht ir.t- the world v--a=s ii.iniir.ate, aisd no pointer's ink- hal left its impre.-i-ion upon the virgin purity of the jroad sheet from which riiat Ji:'e speaks today. Co-uTnig with this our d^.-ire to placa on recoid in ihz e liuinns of the first lowsl jjurnal of the south an evint of so much itnpoi tsixe to fc'tr;itl»:l:.yn and the localities about it, vcu tiiist we siiaii bo sufii- ! ciiiirtly excused biiag sixteeu days behind the fair, j 'Ihe gr...
FATAL ACCIDENT TO MR. J. McECLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
FATAL ACCIDENT TO MR. J. McEWEN CLARK. &nbsp; It is rur y-.iinrul -lu!y 10 ix-joh] tl,-e s?u: len nrA ! rcciiltii'Ml «:«aih of Mr. John ilt&v,;., l.':;;rk. 01 71: iirm of Clajk & l-nl-on, -.f Ki:c-H!it'.r Jiiy. ( -n ! -Vfdi,e.--l:iy, I be 7i!i in-i., i}:u dt-ctiiM-d r- .-.!?.? fiou: ' Vici.r Hi:i!t'rtii T.:rt lAl'mi, 10 atu.-uil ii.e hi lii^-s ; oi'ilie Ij'-fiti C'art. ana Laving transai^ed l.is ln-i- i ness aJkic he si.vie.1 i-.n his rriiun ^h.?rlU? h, inn ! ('ti-'!-:, p.co-U!P'init.d by Mr. K. lli.Lin--o:i. C'.t.)1,-;:!! i .TmUi.is, and Mr. It. Alien. The paMy mjiiie :or the ! !:i:u'!i at. ihe nearest :-cct.-ssible }.uint t'i'i-i 1'i.rt j Kllit t, ntid \v;:liiud ihcir h. Tses at a -:e.iJv \:a\ d.Avn t':c ur.ek un t.i tile -a- d. Wlun \!ii.y 1. ;k1: d thi- hiach i1 fci::i)S il.rit tl'.v d -CL-iseii's Jj^jsl- !?? ?:; ?, d oil' jit a p-li^'ji, and Mr. Claik Ji.si l.is J..:'; .s ir;u:i ; In bis lil'.'Jis !o ri.'^.'jin il ho I.. -si his ]j:t.Viiiv;, anii | afur ...
THE WILLUNGA AGRIUATURAL AND HORTIUULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
THE WILLUNGA AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. ? j The people of the south are putting forth their &nbsp; strength this year in the matter of agricultural &nbsp; exhibitions with marked effect. It was --- a --- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; --- ago that Strathalbyn was exerting herself with all the --- of a newly-born determination to work &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; for and won success, and now we have to ---. Willunga allowing all worth --- her wake. M- --- n.'-i:ts ' I ?.!'!-' 1.' d j;0'-c7:-s ;r::fi: :?- imu^o c 'i1^ :;tn lai-;i ;i;;-.: : ; :e a ivivjE;'rr:J l.oii«.lif, a:i'l v.-- l-o;..j ti ; .:?,'-.- ?? .;? v -i|-p.-(r:m. !??:--? in t!;e Aiiuie csnir 1 ;'!'.?? ?\'.-- \: nt .;?;/!( ? -?;' riT'.'rti'' -;i.'n i!iei-:in_.s ;;:- 't. -!? !;_; i ;,i .\:ra!;:.'i'hyr. vn llnf i--;t ii:nlaiit aud .-.! ';V..;::...:J .u: 'J'!:::.-s.fay 'j^t. 1 ::« r = i'.-.-. v;:is ::-M at thu OJ.lftiH-iws' rT ill and in t!!'.- p '.1': :--?...
SHIPPING VICTOR HIMRBOR SHIPPING ARRIVED WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 March 1866
S Ii 1 V V 1 X vt. i VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ALHlYhl). ^VtONfesIlAV. M.li;C!I 7. CKTXOLIXF., schooner, 71 tons, OMTara, tracer, from Pert Aueiaide. Cargo — it'uuuiies for Kivcr ^lurzay and si-.ttleys. iJATUKUAf, jVfAF.CIt iO. ; CYXTHIA, »c'iuoncr. 05 tor.s, IleatLi) master, i from J-'ort Ade'nidc*. Cargo — Sundries. Mosdav, Mahch 12. i GE-f, cutter, -i6 tons. Lethaby, master, from Port . Adelaide. Cargo — Sundry stores; for settlers. ; Fuiday, M Aisai 10. ] DROVER, brig, Kj tons, Ga;th, master, fronj ; Melbt-.uriie Marcli 12. Passt-i'jrer — Mr*. Garfh. ! Can-it — 1 GO blids beer, for Hri-bane; lo tons^iii^ Acraaia;], Main, Lindsay, and Co. ; , ? i SAILED. ! Monday; Maucb 12. J CUIXOL1XK, selio -iier, 71 ions, 0'IIara, master. | for l'ort Adelaiie. Jn brj!a?t. Thuk.-'hay, Makcii IT). ? GEMj schooiivi, 4(3 lor.s, l^ctliaby, master, f ? r | I'- rt Adelaide. Cargo— o'J b.-!g- barley, 1 ca: k i ?wine. ! CYXTITIA, scli'oncr. 65 *ons. Heath, master, f.-r ? Port Aii^'uidc. Cargo — 275 -ieep...
ODDFELLOWSHIP AT PORT VICTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
0DDFELL0WSH1P AT PORT VICTOR. A new Lodge in connection with the Manchester Uniry Order of Oddfellows was opined recently at the Crown Hotel, Port Victor, but we regret that our report -was crowded out last week. The District Officers in attendance to perform the opening cere mony aud to iniu'ate the uew members were G.M. MatthewB and C.S. Leaver, assisted by P.G.M. Pearson. Thirteen persons were dulv initiated and other propositions made. After the basincss arrange ments were completed, about 40' brothers and friends sat down to a spread which reflected great credit on Host Missen, me table beinjj laden with most excellent viands in abundance, and ibat the worthy host's exertions were, appreciated was showa by the hearty onslaught which followed. After the cloth vras removed the Chairman pave the ufual loyal toasts, which the company responded to patriotically. P.G. W. D. Bottomiey, in risiug to propose ' The Army and Navy,' said he- had bf-en unexpected?? called upon to propose tb...
THE OPENING OF THE FINNISS BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
THE OPENING OF THE FINNISS BRIDGES. Thursday, the 22 nd of March, 1866, will be a red letter day ia the history of the well-known Finniss Flat. A large concourse of people there is in itself an unusual circums-tance, bet the occasion of the gathering on Thursday will give a strong and per manent interest to the day's proceedings, and without doubt the people of the district may take some pride in the works which have been completed there. There are few, if any, handsomer bridges in the colony than that which has been erected over the Finniss by Mr.Redman ; and the small sr oneadja-Knt to it, by Mr. McNamee, is equally entitled to com mendation. The river is spanned by the principal bridge in one arch, and the sides are of faced free stone. Indeed, almost more than was really neces sary has been done in the way of ornamentation ; but there will be the gratification years hence, when the ^trathalbvn Tramway has opened up the fine country upon Finniss Flat, and brought a large and thri...
MOUNT BARKER. MONDAY, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
MOUNT BARKER. _. | Moxday. March IS.. . _ . ? Present— Messrs. Bell (Clmirm 1.7), edd, Fait- ^m ridge, and Hannaford. Captain Tkfos. ?' ' -™«ed H upon the Council, objecting to a r,W ber,. -ied ^m through his land. Couucil ar:auKed,to vi- n JJ Fridny next. Dr. John Foreter wr itedjr -.he ? . l h concerning the road near h.s res dencjj, - . ? i o view it on Friday next. Clevi '?» »W '-*--? t 27JJXJ. o Znd and femf , *roun-,old eatery. Clerk to invite tenders for suppljinj; o( \ rds ot two and half metal in G % l^-stawt* Ji' ? - 'go Bollen applied for a fall-, tr je on the'road ^een Sections 5017 and 4440 A'-qwest wanted. Mr. Haunaford applied for v °- * ees on \ he road noith of Section 2962. Rcqu %\ 'ted, I. t. grub the stnmps and clear away. :»' l^ed, tlji ' tr. James Jiilue lie paid the sun. i 5 on aeff-o t of bndre on Springs-road ; also, t.ia^Jr^^AVaddy be paid j the sum of £3 5«. f«r printj^^BB| \ I
MOUNT BARKER AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
' -MOtKT BARKER AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The annual exhibition of the reunited Mount Barter and Woodside Agricultural Societies was held at Woodside, on Tuesday last, with great success. The attendance was very large, and the exiibhs excelled rather in quality than quantity. A large number ol visitors from Adelaide and other placeB were present, bat as there was no dinner after the show, the occasion was despoiled of some of its customary eclat. Mr VVaddell, the first prizeman at the Adelaide show, was again successful in obtaining first honors for his wheat, and Mr Allen Bell was second. Mr Tucker maintained his reputation for barley, and Mr Frame his for oats. We append a carefully corrected list of the priae3 awarded, and from it and the Judges' remarks which are included, and which are more than usually comprehensive, the best idea we can give of the show will be ob tained. GRaG*. Judges— Messrs J. B. Kandell, W. Hacftett, John ^ Dunr., and W. Thompsou. ' Wheat — Best 9 bushels. Eleve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
SPECIAL NOTICE. Southern Argus Office, Port Elliot, aiarek 24. We fonvard to-day copies of the second number of the Southern Argus to a large number of residents in the district who have not yet signified their intention of becoming subscribers. Those whose wish it may le to do so are respectfully requested to give their orders to any of the advertised heal agents, or to forward them to this office, and they vAll then receive the paper in due course.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
Business Notices. GOOLWA. BUILDER, UNDERTAKER, &c. fpHOMAS ROWLAND takes this opportunity of JL r^funiing' Ills best thanks to all those who during the past eight ytars have so liberally given him tfatir support. T. D- calls especial attention to his present fitock of TIMBER, consisting of all kinds of hard and soft wood. PALINGS, Fire find Pix Feet, of the best quality, Launceston Bos, at lowest prices. Orders received from Settlers on the Murray and j Darling Rivers executed with punctuality and i dispaich. PHOTOGRAPHY. MEFSR?. W. M. NIXON & SON have the pleasure to announce Ui thoir Patrons that ihcy have RETFKNED to tho Globe Hotel i Bora's). PORT i £LLU-T, wlwre they are preprt-d to «x-vute all j orders in the first slylo of Photographic Art. ' Former engagements 0.111 now be* completed; and ?' on the paTt oi those who have not yet t'_v.--red them 1 with their orders an e&rly c-11 is necessary, as the I Flay in Tort Elliot *'i Messrs. Nixon £ Son will he...
LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday Evening [?] 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 March 1866
LATEST IXTRRCOLONIAL. TELEGlLp^. [?] [From our own.Cc-rrespoaJcr^-^ I Melbourne,* Frida- EveninoJ. The Hon. T. II- FelWs S: relnquij^hed- the attempt to form a Minif. ? ?- . Doctor Beaney has been s.. d to bail in the sum of two thousand pomuV the charge of being implicated in the dea: f a voung woman under his treatment. Wemyss Jobson, a late unauc;- sful candi date for a. seat in the House of Ar-.anbly, has been playing 'Rob Roy' ant' Lt Othello' at the Haymarket Theatre. The ??? was great merriment, and' Jobson wai ..:.ited with bouquets of cabbages and ea: M* ) The breadstuffs markets are qu 'it, and the impression is that prices will faU; - Wheat, Ss. Parliament has adjourned *v '^ L Tuesday next, leaving Mr. George, h_ prater of the 4r^j-s, in custody. ,.