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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
On SATURDAY, %pril 24, at 2 o'clock. MONTHLY mkmETi AVBxrm. BLEECHMOBE'S YABDS, AUBURN. KtTSfG & CO. jt\. will offer on the above dsy, at 2 o'clock p.m.- ? , ,A.Iarge yariety of FABMlKG STOCK, IMPLEMEN1S, CATIlE, &C., com prising, Harness and Saddle Horses, Bullocks, Cows, &c., &c. The Auctioneers haying commenced this Monthly - market fit the request of a large number of their Customers, trust to be veil supported while they continue to carry them . OD. - -. ' JJNTEEPBISE BBIWESY, MAIN STREET, C L A BE. Lemonade and Soda Water of the best qualify manufactured at the above establishment. The Proprietor begs to return thanks for past favors, and solicits a continuance of the same. All orders promptly attended to. W A W T B 3) -| WANTED to Purchase FIFTY SHARES in the WHEAL McCAUL MIME. Apply, B. ALLS, Post Office, Clare.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
G It A B E S TEAM 3P L Q U B AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER Peopeietob. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Bates FOE, CASH. " Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed Corn always for sale. Christ Work promptly done, and Com Crashed. J . H A B D E B NearTownHall, Ciare, CABINET MAKER, &c. J. H. begsto tender histhanks to the public jorthe liberal support- he has hitherto received during his residence in Clare, and hopes, by paying every attention to liis business, he will continue to receive a fair share of the public patronage A good stock of furniture ofevery description always on hand, and made to order. IRON BEDSTEADS & MATTRESSES. Funerals attended on the shortest ? notice. Charge moderate. J. HAEDER. BO L O M ON WILL I A MS, TIN SMI TH, IRONMONGER, GALVANIZED IBON & ZINC WORKER, Opposite the National Bank, Clare. Orders promptly attended to. Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. Pumps supplied, Chattering laid, Spouting and Piping £xed and repaired. ...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
THE MABKETS. - ADELAIDE. I Wheat, 4s 8d Flour, £12 to £13 5a 0LAB3S. ^Wholesale Wheat Ss 9d Flour, £11 per ton of 2000 lb* Bran, 12d per bushel Pollard, Is 3d per bushel. Chafij £4 10s per Ton of 2000 lbs Fresh butter Is 7d per lb Potted butler, Is 4d Eggs, 8d per doz. Bacon, lOd per lb , Cheese, lOd per lb Potatoes, 10s
SETTLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
SETTLING DAY. The settling for the races took place at the Globe Inn on Monday evening* April 19. The following are. the sums handed over to the winners:--Maidens, Mr. J. Harvey's Ada, £48; Shorts, Mr. 0. Adcock's Lottery, £32; St. Leger, Mr. 0. Adcock's Ked Gauntlet, £197; Hurdles, Mr. J. Mullin's Light foot, £44; Hacks, Mr. P. B. Cogiin's Duke of Edinburgh, £15; Trials, Messrs. Gleeson and King's Bolero, £65; Adelaide Cup, Mr. W. Lang's Norma, £500 ; Hack Hurdles, Mr. T. Ferry's Priam, £20; Selling Stakes, Mr. J. Heed's Stag, £42; Jockey Club Handicap, Mr. J, Gilbert's Lapdog, £54; Beaten Stakes, Mr. J. Lamb's Cedric, £16; Booths' Purse, Mr. O. Adcock's Lottery, £16.
THIRD DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
THIRD DAY--SATURDAY. The races on Saturday terminated in a very successful meeting1. The double victory of Lapdog caused some little excitement. The following- are the results of the day's racing-. FIEST BACE. Jockey Ciub Handicap of 60 POVS. One mile and a ha'f. Nominations, with Z SOVP, o? March 19. Weights declared March 22. A.c c> ptancep, with 5 sova sweep, on night of general entry* Winner of Adelaide cap to carry 7 lbs extra ; of any other Handicap of i00*sov8, value after declaration of weights, 3 lbs extra; of two or more, 5 lbs extra. Mr. J. Gilbert's b g Lapdog. by Muscovado out of Poosy Arethuea, 4 \tb, 8 6t 13 lbs (Tothill) ... ... ... ... 1 Mr. J. Lamb's c g Cedric, aged. 7et 3 lbs (Sorkmg) ... ... ... ... 2 Son. J. Baker's b h Corsair, 4 yr®, 7 Bt 11 lbs (Rowe) ... ... 3 Lapdog-^prang to the front at the start, and was.never collared. Time, :2 min> 54: sec. r second BACE. . Forced Handicap of 20 BOVj, with a sweep of 5 soys jiom ail winners of 50 sova eni orer, ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government G[?]z[?]te," April 15) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
IMFOU^lJINa NOTICES. (From tlie "Government Grpzatie," April 15) Impounded at .the public pound, Port Gjawler (nearest post office, Two ~We]ls)-^-One bay mare, black points, branded like a over i or c off . shoulder, yery wild. If not claimed, will be sold May 3, 1889, at noon, jtidbard Gilks, pcundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section BQ40, Hundred of Kooringa (Redruth nearest Post Office)--One roan mare, collar and saddle marked, wo hear neck. If not claimed, will be sold May 10, 1869, at noon.--One black horse, blaze, off hind foot white, like RT near shoulder ; one chesnut lioise, blaze, collar marked, near fore and off hind fetlocks white, like w over K near shoulder, R off thigh. If not claimed, will be sold April 26, 1869, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. D. Macriamara, poundkeeper. Impounded, at the public pound, Saddleworth, Section No. 411 (nearest Post Office, Saddleworth)-One chest nut mare, blaze down face, branded like cq with illigible brand under; one brown...
SECOND DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
SECOND DAY-FRIDAY. There was a large concourse of people on the ground* . At 1.30 the six entries for the trials were brought to the post, and was won by Bolero. The great event of the day, the Cup, was the next race, and the book makers won heavily. Nine ; horses started, the favorites being Lapdog and Norma, the Victorian mare; and Cup^ bearer was considered dangerous. The race, which was a good one all through, was won by Norma in 3 min. 47J sec. SIE8T EACE. Trials of 50 SOTS. 3 SOTS eafcranc?, with a sweep of 4 SOTS. One mile and a half. Weight for ago. Messrs. GHeeson and King's b g Bolero, by . Ringer out cf a Croupier mare, 5 jrs, 9 st 13 15 8 (ti >we) ... ... ... 1 Mr. O. Adcock'a b g Bed gauntlet, 3 jrs, ; 8 st. 4 lbs (Shut'g) .2 Mr. T. Burgess's br g Typo, 5 jr^, 9 si 11 lbs (Laadcake) ... ... ... 3 Six horses started for this race. At the start Lowe had a trifling lead, but soon resigned it to the favorite, Red Gauntlet \ on nearing home, however, Bolero again asserted...
THE ADELAIDE RACES. FIRST DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
THE ADELAIDE RACES. FIRST DAY-THURSDAY. The Adelaide Races commenced on the old course on Thursday, 15th inst. The attendance was good. The day was very, hot and dusty. His Excel lency and Lady Edith were present. TIRST BACE. Maiden plate of 30 sovs, 2 SOTS entrance, with a sweep of 4 SOTS. One mile and a half. Weight for age. Mr. 3V Harvey's br m Ada, by Darkie out ofBeda,4yrp, 9st (tlarvey) 1 Mr. J. Gilbert's br g Sugarplum, 5 yrs, 9 st 11 lbs (Totbill) ... ... ... 2 Mr. T. Burgess's br g Typo, 5 yrs, 9 st 11 lbs (Sunn) ... ... ... ,,, 3 This was a good race. At the com mencement of the straight run Ada forced her way to the front, and main tained the lead to the finish. Time, 2 min. 59 sec. SECOND BACE. Shorts of 120 eove, 2 sovs entrance, with a sweep Of 3 tore. Half mile heats, without dismounting. , Weight for age. Mr. O. Adcock's b g Lottery, 5 yrs, by IPlatcat' her out of Alice Copley, 9 et 11 lbs (Sbuge) 11 Mr. S. L»Z ii'b b g Crosby, aged, 10 8t 1 lb (Landcake) 2 2 Mr. C. ...
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, APRIL 19. Present-The Major; Councillors Roscrow, j Bowley, Smith, Beckmann, and LeFeuvre. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. It was proposed by Councillor LeFeuvre, and seconded by Councillor Beekmann, that Mr. Richardson, the surveyor, might be re requested to call at the Town Clerk's office, and inspect his letter to the Council of the 21st Nc~ ?ember, and his account of £20 14s now claimed, and to arrange the account. It was proposed by Councillor Beckmann, and seconded by Councillor Bo wley, that when the road ia finished from the south boundary to Young's corner, and duly passed, it be then opened for traffic. Carried. Proposed by Councillor LeFeuvre, and seconded by Councillor Bowley, that crossings be left where applied for, ifapproved of by the Public Works Committee, and pitch paved fear feet wide; but after that width the cost must be payed by the owner or occupier of the property. Carried. Proposed by Councillor Roscrow, a...
KOORINGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 20, 1069. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
KOORINGA. (FEOM ous ow cgeeebpondent.) April 20, 1069. A young girl, aged 15 years, vho gave the name of Bowman, was brought before W. H. Challower, Esq., J,F^ charged with stealing a saddle and bridle and a horae. It appeared that she took a saddle and bridle off a dray belonging to a man named John Thomas, and then helped herself to a horse out of Mr. Hal lett's paddock. She was captured at Blaok Sock by Corporal Smith. Very little is known about her. She was remanded till the sitting of the full Court. The Miners* Arms Hotel has just changed its landlord, Mr. F. Cowper, who is shortly going to England, having let it to a Mr. MeKenzie, who took possession last week. The Wesleyans have just had the pleasure of welcoming their new Minister, the Bev. Geo. Jjee, who has for many years been engaged in the Missionary cause in Tonga, one of the Friendly Islands The Primitive Methodists held services on Sunday last in aid of their circuit fund. Ob Monday the orthodox tea meeting took plac...
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. On Monday last the usually quiet town of Clare was thrown into a state of great excitement by the rumor that his Excellency Sir James Ferg-usson, our new Governor, would pass through the place about mid-day, on his way to Booyoolee, Mr. Hughs's station. Early in the morning, men and boys might have been seen with ropes, boards, ladders, and branches of trees, as busy as a swarm of bees, erecting a triumphal arch opposite the Court house. About 12 o'clock, the people were getting impatient. However, shortly afterwards, his Excellency, ac companied by his private secretary and aid-de-camp, arrived, having left Ade laide at half-past 4 o'clock in the morning by express train, arriving at Kapunda at 6. He was greeted with three cheers by the populace, and a salute of 14 guns by the blacksmiths in Mr. Paterson's yard, who brought their artillery (anvils) to bear on the occasion, it is to be regretted that his Excellency could not enter Clare by the Main street at th...
LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. SATURDAY, 10TH; MONDAY, 12TH; TUESDAY, 13TH APRIL. (Before Macdermott, S.M; Arthur King, J.P.; and Geo. Field, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. SATURDAY, 10TH; MOUDAY, 12TH , TUESDAY, 13TH APRIL. (Before Macdermott, S.M; Artliur King, J.P.; and Geo. Field, J.P. O'Longhlin v. Walker.-Claim for £29 12s 6d, balance for quarrying and breaking stones. The defendant Eleaded the general issue. Mr. Ben am for the plaintiff and Mr. Williams for defendant. After a very patient hearing, which lasted about three hours, the Court nonsuited the plain tiff. Sowton v. Gillick.-Claim for £56 8s, due on a bill of exchange. The defendant pleaded that he had not re received any notice of dishonor of the said bill, and that the same had been satisfied by payment. Mr. Benham for plaintiff, and Mr. Brady for de fendant. At the close of the case, the Bench, atter a short retirement, re turned with a nonsuit. McEwen v. Howe.-Claim for 5s 7d, excessive damages charged on 3 head of cattle impounded by defendant. The defendant pleaded the general issue. Mr. Brady for plaintiff, and Mr. Williams for defendant. Verdict for plaintiff ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
NORTHERN ARGUS &nbsp; FRIDAY, APRIL 23,1869. We are compelled to hold over our usual leading article through press of local matter. An accident of a very serious nature occurred on Monday last neat Donnybrook. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, of Spring Farm, were proceeding from their residence to Clare, when on getting into the cutting a little to the south of Donnybrook they saw two horsemen riding furiously towards them, one of whom came in contact with the cart, breaking the shafts, and knocking both horses down. For- tunately, however, the occupants of the vehicle were not thrown out, and consequently sus- tained no injury beyond the fright and a severe shaking. The rider of the horse was thrown violently to the ground, where he lay in a state of insensibility for a few moments; the horse died shortly after the accident. The Clare Wesleyan Anniversary took place on Sunday, the 18th inst., when three excellent sermons were preached by the Rev. C. H. Goldsmith, the n...
THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT WATERVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 23 April 1869
THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT WATERVALE. Our Watervale correspondent hav ing, in conjunction with another gentleman, supplied the following to the Register, requests us to copy it: Late on Thursday evening we be came aware of the Governor's intention to pass through our township, en route to Booyoolee, and an irrepressible de sire at once seized the public mind to do him honor: It was suggested that our attentions might be a little embar rassing to his Excellency, as it was understood the visit was not formal, or official; but Watervale could not be made to understand, either by the sophistry of the quidnuncs or the va cillation of her neighbours that the soul of loyalty was formality, or that a dash of spontaneity might not be an agreeable feature in it. She lost no time in com municating with head-quarters, and received a rejoinder which stirred up in her a perfect tide of loyalty, which has to-day come to the flood. She at once set to work with a will, and con structed a handsome t...
THICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 April 1869
THICKS. If people commit crime, we can give tliein into custody and so get rid of them. Acquaintances who are the slaves of vicious indulgence, generally take paint to conceal their propensities, and we are therefore not annoyed by them ; but against habitual tricks we are defenceless. I once knew an elderly gentleman who poked the per son he was conversing with in the ribs with great force and a sharp forefinger, whenever either said anything- which he thought remarkable. The trick is amusing enough when represented on the stage, but in real life and to per sons who are ticklish, it is an insuffer able nuisance. The last time this man made me his victim was after a political dinner in the days of the Anti-Corn law League, when, being quite out of my depth, I was naturally anxious to impress the assembled guests with a conviction of my profoundness, and had partially succeedcd, when my troublesome friend caused the most sapient of my remarks to termi nate in a wriggle and a giggle w...
THE CAPE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 April 1869
THE CAPE GOLD FIELDS. The following letter appeared in a late Mount Alexander Mail from a miner who left Castlemaine for the above gold fields : " Natal, December 16, 1868. " I arrived here on the 12th inst. I told you in my last that Mauritius was dreadfully unhealthy. Three of our party were laid up with the fever. I fortunately escaped. We were de tained a few days in consequence; but it matters but little, I am sorry to say, for to our great disgust we found that nearly all the reports we had heard regarding the gold fields were d d lies. The so-called diggings had been worked by 14 men for 12 months, during which time tlicy have only knocked oiitsomethree ounces of gold -distance certainly Jends enchantment to the view-for few here, appear to know anytning about the diggings. One large merchant of this place has evidently been the cause of circulating so many false reports. He showed us some quartz frem which he said he could get 60 ounces to the ton, which I am sure would not ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 April 1869
OTICE TO ADVBBTISSfifiL The Scale of Discount on repeated advertise" ments in the Koethebn ABGUS is as follows: Thirteen insertions ... 16 per cent Twenty-six insertions... 25 per cent Fifty-two in ser lions ... 33 per cent Printed by the propriet ore,GLOBE & Tilbbook every Friday; morning, at the " Northern Argus" Office, Lennon street, Clare, South Australia.