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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

SHIPPING. YJCTOR. HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. 'Wednesday, May 7 — Cbikolike, schooner, 71 tons, O'Hara, matter, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — 36 pkgs, G. Eaton ; 2 do, J. Bor.i ; 2 go, F. Sraallacombe ; 1 do, G. Missen ; 1 do, H: Forbes ; 1 d«, C. Price ; 1 do, J. Barker j 1} do, R.Redman: 36 do, W. Eowman; ldo,W. Barber; 2 do, Mayfield; 1 do. W. Kers lnke; 1 do, D. Goldiug ; 1 'do, D. Mackie; 1 do, J. Wilson ; 1 do, Peach ; 40 do, G. S. Read ; 3 do, C. Anstcy ; 1 do, Reid; 3 do, J. Henderson ; 13 do, W. Metcalf; 16 do, H, T.Pparkfi; 2 do, F. Suniner; 37 do, Hoggerton and Hodge; 107 do, E. Cohen; 5 do, Dr. Taylor; 47 do, T. Gocde; 12 do, E. Truslove; 82 do, E. Dutton; 48 do, Bottomley; 41 do, P. C. Greayer; ldo, H. Cox. Friday, May 11 — Europa, brig-, 190 tons, J. McDonald, master, from Port Adelaide. Cftrgo — 50 tons fLur, Hart and Co., part of original. SAILED. Friday, May H — Chixolixe, schooner, 71 tons, _ O'Hara, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo — 50 bags bran, 18 do pollard, Barke...

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TASMANIA. [Via Melbourne.] Friday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

TASMANIA, i Via Melbourne.! [By Electric Telegraph.] [brom our own Correspondent. j Fridav, May 11. There had been a great fire at Diteham's timber yard. The saw-mills, and malt-mills, and bone-crushing machine had been entirely destroyed. Loss estimated at over £1*2,000, but partially insured. The greater portion of the salmon ova were in a healthy condition. They had been placed in a breeding pond, and were expected to hatch very shortly. Treatment of Immigrants ox Board of Ship.-— We are informed on reliable authority that a com plaint lias been preferred to the Government against an officer of an immigrant ship recently arrived here for permitting, if not participating in, certain irre gularities amongst the immigrants during the voyage. The complaints, as we are informed, are of so grave & character tbat the Government -will be compelled to institute an investigation. If the matter is as it bas been represented to us, the f ooner that investiga ^ tion is commenced the b...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. [By Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, Friday Evening, May 11. The telegraph line contractor will neither finish the line himself nor let anyone else com plete it. A number of persons with a band met Sir Charles Darling on his arrival, and escorted him to the hotel. Sir Charles Darling ad dressed them, and said that he hoped to he able to prove that he had done no more than his duty. The band played ' Rule Britannia.'

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday, May 11, 7.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. (By Electeic Telegbaph.] fFrom oar own Correspondent.] Friday, Mav 11, 7.35 p.m. Pouring rain was falling. Sir W. Wiseman telegraphs daily his re port on our defences. The report will be ready in a day or two. The Government intend to appoint three valuators of runs. The squatters are to recom mend them. Arthur Hill Hibbart had been acquitted on the charge of rape. He was remanded to meet the other charge of common assault. Grace Egerton does' not think there is suffi cient inducement to visit Port Elliot without a guarantee, The Northern Territory Commission was closed. The Government agree to admit the Albert Bells free of duty.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) Friday, May 11, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentwoith and Adelaide.) [By Electric Telegraph.] | From our ewn Correspondent. J j Friday, May 11,6 p.m. j A passenger by the TVentworth mail, who has visited the Murrumbidgee, Swan Hill, the Murray, and the Darling, says that there has been no rain, and things are looking any thing but bright. Advices from Mount Murchison are to the 29th ApriL There was no prospect of navi gating the river for months. Another authority Rays that there was every sign of a dry winter. At Bourke there wes aot One slightest hope j of a rise. The settlers there were so short of I .stores that they would not empio}* station hands unless they consented to take half rations. At Wentworth it was expected that the Murray would soon become a chain of water holes.

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LATER TELEGRAM. Friday, May 11, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

LATER TELEGRAM. Friday, May 11, 10 p.m. Bishop Sheil, the Adelaide Catholic Bishop, presided at O'Shanassy's dinner. More than one hundred bodies from the wreck of the London had been cast ashore on the coast of France. Many of the bodies had been identified.

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. — VICTORIA. | By Electric Telegraph.] {From our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening. There was . an immense attendance at O'Shanassy's banquet. Many were unable to obtain admittance. A number of testi monials were presented to him. O'Shanassy spoke in favor of a union of the colonies, having one Governor-General and one Legislature. He also spoke in favor of the representation of minorities and of granting the power of impeachment of Ministers. He said Victoria had not one grievance to complain of regarding the connection with the mother country. The Coorong arrived this morning. The Aerated Bread Company in Melbourne was being wound up. Captain Challenge had been appointed Commodore on the Australian station, vice Sir W. Wiseman. A motion had been tabled for placing a sum on the Estimates as a contribution towards the mail service by the Panama route.

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Notice to Port Elliot and Hindmarsh Valley Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

Notice to Port Elliot and Hindmarsh Valley Subscribers. Subscribers resident within Gic township of Port Elliot will for the future have their papers regularly delivered at their residences. Sub scribers resident without the township, or in Ifiyidmarsh Valley, may obtain their copies at ihis office at any time on Saturday until 8 p.m.

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Notice to Middleton Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

Notice to Middleton Subscribers. Our papers in the Middleton delivery irill be forwarded by the first truck on the morning of publication to air agent — Mr. S. Hargrove*, jun., of the Middleton Hotel — -from tchom sub scribers ?nay obtain their cojyies.

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GOODS TRAFFIC OF THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

? ^ GOODS TRAFFIC OF TIIE SOUTH'. TO TIIE EDlTOrt OF THE SOUTI1EUX ADGU3. Sif — I believe yoa arc desirous e.f diir.g nil yen. can for the welfare of the South; aud I am there fore emboldened to offer a few remarks upon tbe conveyance cf heavy goods from Adelaide. The inbabftants of Yankalilla suffer a great deal of in convenience from the fact that the present means of conveyance are both expensive and uncertain. Formerly we could get goods overland by pa} ing 50s. per ton for carriage. The heavy geods were charged for as dead weight, and light goods by measurements ; to tbat sometimes the cirnagB would amount to as large a sum- as the goods were worth. Of cause, this syste n wou'd not do, for no one could afford io pay it at that time, and at present, when horsefeed is so much dearer, I suppose it could not be done for 50s. We can, therefore, only receive' goods by water ; but in this case the freights aTe very high — 20s. per ton. I perceiveby an advertisement in your paper vou c...

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THE NEW VOLUNTEER REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

THE NEW VOLUNTEER REGU LATIONS. The Government Gazette of the 3rd instant contains a proclamation by which the whole volunteer force is disbanded and new volun teer districts are constituted. The Southern volunteer districts constituted under this Act, namely, Willunga, Yankalilla, Strathalbyn, Encounter Bay, and Mount Barker, include the District Councils adjoining those places respectively. The second schedule to the pro clamation sets forth the minimum number of volunteers to be supplied by each district. The minimum number of cavalry to be sup plied by tbe District of Encounter Bay is to be 20, and Strathalbyn is to furnish the same number ; whilst Willunga, Yankalilla, Strath albyu, and Mount Barker are each to supply 60 reserve. Only four districts are required to furnish cavalry, and of these two are in the South — the others being Adelaide and Robe. The rules and regulations appended to the proclamation relate — first, to enrolment, which is to be for three years by officers...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. [Under this heading we offer our readers an oppor tunity for ffce cur'ce-cs end temperate discussion of local or general qqisiions of public interest; but wa do not undertake to idr.utify ourselves with the '?pinions of our correspondents. Letters mutt in all cases be accompanied by the name of the writer, n« t necessarily for publication, but as a guarau'ec of good faitl) J

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THE CENSUS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

THE CENSUS OF THE COLONY. The Gazette of Tbursday evening contains tbe elaborate and valuable returns prepared by Mr. Jcsiah Boothby, tbe Government Statist, of tbe population of tbe colony, compiled from the census recently taken. The tables are very conveniently arranged f jr all purposes of comparison, and Mr. Boothby is entitled to very great credit for the clearness and conciseness they present. Tbe previous census was taken in 1S61, and, as was to be expected, considerable progress is shown by the present returns both as to population and the number of houses. In 1861, when the census was taken, the grand total of the population of tbe colony was 128,300. In the present year it is, according to the return =, 165,531. In 1S61 the grand total for the County of Hindmarsh was 12,502. In 1SG6 it is 13,980. In 1S-}1 the number of houses in the County of Hindraarsh was 2,542 ; it is now 2,705. The adult males in the county numbered 2,712 in 1SGI, and there are 3,205 of them now. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

Auctions ?THIS DAY, Satnrday, May 12, at 10 o'clock a.m. IMPORTANT SALE AT VICTOR IIARBOB. WITHOUT RESERVE. W HODGSON has received instructions from ? Mr. Thos. Hawker, -o sell by auction, at Victor Harbor, oa Saturday, May 12, at 10 o'clock a.m — The Whole of his STOCK-IN-TRADE, con sisting of— DRAPERY Grocery Pottled FniitB Jams and Pickles Dmgs Ironmongeiy Crockery Bpots and Sri/jes Paints and Oils &c, &c, &c. The stcck is new and in first-rate condition. Without reserve. Terme— Under £20, cash ; over £2)3, approved hills af; three months. Remember — Saturday, May 12. Also, if not previpusly disposed of— The Lease of the St^re and Premises at Victor Havb'T, bow in ihe occupstTou of Mr. Thomas Hawker. MONTHLY SALES AT MiDDLETON. WM. HODGSON, AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR, XX MlDDLETON AKD PORT ELLIOT, Pegs to intimate that he has again commenced holding Monthly Sales'at Middleton of HOUSES. CATTLE, SHEEP, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c, and that he will...

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HOW TO GROW FINE CROPS OF MANGOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

HOW TO GROW FINE CROPS OF MANGOLDS. (From tbe A.usl ralasinn A With the almost certainty of being classed as harping continually upou the same string, we ven ture, for the twentieth time, to speak of the ease of cultivation aud value of mangolds for farm and manufacturing uses. We need not dilate upon the immense value cf the mangold for feeding purpose?, for the production of milk, or for its suitability for our climates and soils, and in restoring the fertility to the land when consumed upon the farm. 'In tl-e neighborhood of Melbourne there is usually a good quantity Riown ; tbe c:ops ranee from 12 to 30 tons per acre fof less amounts per acre it is not fair to treat, as such crops can hardly be said to be ' cultivated'). The mangolds produced iu the country around the metropolis are chiefly consumed by tho dairy cows, and tbe Melbourne cow- keepers pay from 30s. to 40s. per ton, delivered. We have given a low estimate in speaking of 12 tons of mangolds per acre, nor docs 30 tons...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 May 1866

DEATH. SUNMAN.—On the 11th May, at Currency           Creek township, suddenly, of acute larin-   gites, John Edgar, fourth son of R. Sun-   man, farmer, aged 7 years.  

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THE MIS-GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 May 1866

TIIE MIS-GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA The Jfore Heirs has tbe followirg apropos remarks on the recall of Sir Charles Dariiug, and thty have tha special va'u: of representing in ar. umnis'&leab] ? manner the feelings cf all educated and really loyal Englishmen. ' The recall of Sir Charles Darling has been much discussed :n Eug'atid, and we may add that the Ci urse ad.ip'cd by Mr. Car.iwell has been fully ratified by the vcidict of publi; opiiiinn. A fa til error, of a nature t'i lead to wrr.se and mr-re serious results fi«:u dav i' dav, bad bc-vn committed by the Queci.'s rtpresH.-r.1:rtive; and tiie only practicable s lution of (3jc diJjcultr. with-mt entering liiti- -j«c-s- tions which p opeily bol-)i;g to the colonial au tboritie.8, was to recall the Governor. The despatch in which ihe Colnr.iii S»-cretary discharges this uu plca^-ant duty is remai'kablc for its clear exp.isition «f the facts, and of the violated principles underlying them. Sir Chailes Dailinjr hail i:ol only mi...

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SHIPWRECK ON THE COAST OF DEVON. Plymouth, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 May 1866

SHIPWRECK ON THE COAST OF DEVON. Plymouth, March 25. Tbe Nova Scotia and New Brunswick Line of Steam and Sailing Packets' liner Spirit of the Ocean, Caprain Cerr, from Loudou ou Monday last, for Halifax, was wrecked at 6.40 p.m. on Friday, at a wild spot on tnn coast of Devon. Out of 20 passengers and a c:ew ot 22, the only survivors are the male and three seamen. The fyirit of the Ocean was ariftiug with split sail--, trung to tase shelter at Dartmouth. On passing l'er.r Tjee Rock she became unmanageable, drifted upon a rock between Start Pcint and Pear Tr.'c, and went to pieces aim )£t. itnuiediately. A terrific gale was blowing at the time from the south ward.

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AMERICA. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. New York, March 10, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 May 1866

AMERICA. (Per the Ifiirth American, via Greencastle.) COMHEHCIAZ. IXTEtLICEXCE. New York, March 10, Evening. Aioney abundant. God declined tiiis ino:i:iug lo 12 ['I, but rallied since, and closed at 132. Exchange on London, 143; on Paris, 3f. 95f. Stacks dail. New York Central, 92; Illinois, UC-i; Eric, S2J; Five-Twenty Bonds, 103|. Citioa dsll — midcluag upland. 42c. Flour de clining. W best end corn dull. Provisions decliuing. Cfffee dull. Sugar heavy. Molasses quiet Petro leum dull — crude, 2G£c; refined, 44c.

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CHINA. Shanghai, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 May 1866

CHINA. Shanghai, February 9. Tbe Kycnfei rebellion is beco-ning more alarming. Nenrchojig is in danger, and the residents are drill ing. Hankow is also threatened, the rebels being within 20 miles of the city, burning the surrounding viliages. The foreign lcsidtuts are preparing to resist any attack. 1 b: English azd French Consuls are also making arrangements lor tbe safety of the residents, aiid the gunboats Cardiff and Algerine are held in readiness to render assis:a-:ce in case ot need. It is it- parted that tbe rebels intend to attack ; Pekin. Tfce rebels near Svra;os\ are said to be or ganizing a fl.'tilla to attack ChowcLois-foo. The French Municipal Council of Shanghai have been imprisoned for refusing to deliver up certain documents. The particulars have not transpired. K. II.— According to the later advices from China, received via Galle by overland telegraph, the move inejiis of ibe rebels in the vicinity of the Korthtrn ports were kst threatening.

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