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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 June 1869
MB. CHARLES LASCELLES, the distinguiBbei.YocaUdt and Pianist, ? viii have theiionor o^inbglW' GRAND MUSICAL MONOLOGUE AND NUOLOPE JKNIEETAINMENIS, Assisted by AJJJTRED WILKIE, Tne celebrated Tenor fivm '-"^fADAMBE "r"ANNA BISHOP'S ;^"-Yo ; ..Concerts,-' . TOWN HMJvAUBURN, TUESDAY, June 8 3 TOWN HALL, CLARE, WEDNESDAY, ? June 9 j Commencing at 8 p.m. Front Seats, 2s6d; Back Seats, 1» 6d. fjjlHE "NORTHERN ARGUS' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, . z,: Proprietors of the "Northern Argus" hire great pleasure in announcing that their Jobbing Plant having arrived, they are now prepared to execute all kinds of JOB PRINTING in firsi'daia etjle, and on the most reasonable terms. Billheads, Posters, Circulars, Cart-notes, Pamphlets, &e, &c., executed on the shortest notice.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 June 1869
I L A B E S £JE A M- 1? L.O-IJ It! i. . " AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER PROPRIETOR. WHEAT alwayB wanted at Highest Bates | J&BCASH. Elonr, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Cora always "for sale. - . Grist Work promptly done, and Corn Crashed. V. GE E INSIAD E, WATEBVALE STEAM FLOUR MILL. Bagg lent and Wheat stored free of charge. Wheat always purchased at Highest Market Price.- Flour, Bran, Pollard, and Crushed Corn constantly on eale. Corn crushed and Ghist Work promptly executed. RH I JJ L , . HARNESS & COLLAR, MAKER, Opposite Mr. Bleechmore's Hotel, MINTAHO, Has & large assortment of English and Colonial 1 Saddles and Bridles 5 also English and Colonial j HaraesB of every description. . Orders promptly attended to. Credit given] if required. ". 'AHD C. B E C KM AM, ' ' WHOLESALE A3SD RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKEES, MAIN STREET, CLABE. Established 1855. A U B U B N B B E W E BY. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and POSTER! lii the colony are to he had at THE AT...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 June 1869
THE MABKETS. ADELAIDE. . . Wheat, 4s lOd to 4s Lid floor, £11 10B to £13 10s CLABB. Wholesale Wheat 3s 8d to 3s lid Flour, £1010s per ton of2000 lba Bran, 12d per bushel Pollard, Is 3d per buBhel Cbafl^ £5 10s per Toil of 2000 lbs J?re8h butter Is lOd per lb Potted butter, Is 2d Eggs, lOd per doz. Bacon, 8d per lb Cheese, 9d per lb Potatoes, 9s 6d The wheat market has been very dull during the past week. The price ranges from 3s 8d to 3s lid. There is no alteration to note in the price of flour. With bran and pollard, quota tions remain the same as last week. Hay is very scarce; worth £5 10s per ton. The farmers are too busy, putting in their crops, to bring any into the market.
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1869. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 4 June 1869
gtrps. FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1869. [COMMUNICATED.] THE new Land Act now in force is considered by some of our population to work admirably; but the majority of our farmers have quite a different opinion. And they are undoubtedly right, when the Government pitch lipon such worthless country as that of Warrow, in the Port Lincoln district, which is covered with limestone, and consequently is only fit for grazing" purposes. The general opinion of the inhabitants of Port Lincoln is that the Government is merely wasting the people's money by surveying such a block of land as they have chosen in the Warrow district, which is not in the least adapted for the growth of wheat. If the Government would guarantee plenty of rain every year the land might have been worth sur veying, as, in a very wet season, the limestone would considerably advance the growth of corn by die warmth which it would impart to the plant in its tender state. But the seasons are not to be depended upon, and conse quently in d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
THE GENEBAL PEINTING OFFICE, The Proprietors of the "Northern Argus'* hare great pleasure in announcing that their Jobbing Plant having arrived, the/ are now prepared to execute all kinds of JOB PRINTING in first-class style, and on the most reasonable terms. Billheads, Posters, Circulars, Cart-notes, Pamphlets, &c , &c^ executed on the shortest notice. The Noktherit AKGFS, which has a large and increasing circulation, is printed and published every Friday morning. The scale of charges » as follows: SlTBSCEIPTIOlfS. For 1 quarter, prepaid £0 2 0 For the half-year, do ... ... 0 4 O Per annum, do... ... ... 0 8 0 Single copj ... 0 0 2 Adtebtibements. Per inch-First 4 insertions (each) £0 3 O Every subsequent do ...0 2 6 Per Line-One line ... £0 0 6 Two do 0 1 0 Uhree do 0 14 j Every additional line 0 0 4 All orders should be legibly written on the back of advertisements, and where no order is given, will be inserted until countermanded or out of date. Prepayment is req...
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Jane 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
ADELAIDE. (FECK OUB OWJf COEEEBPOJfDENT.) Jane 8. The English mail arrived here on Saturday three days before its time, and excited con siderable surprise in consequence; but the news it has brought is not particularly in teresting. The newspaper dates are to A pril 23, while late telegrams give us inteligence up to May 12. The Irish Church Bill is satisfactorily passing through committe notwithstanding the determined opposition of Mr. Disraeli and his supporters, so that the disestablishment of that Church may be regarded as un fait accompli. A matter of special interst to these colonies is the emigration question, which is assuming a practical shape with respect to the unemployed in London, amongat whom there is great distress; meetings have been held to discuss the subject at which Colonel Torrens has taken a prominent part supporting emi gration as the only adequate means to remove the prevailing distress. This no one will be inclined to doubt, for as the rapidly-increasing popu...
SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
SUMMARY OF NEWS. The Act for the Suspension of Habeas Corpus lias expired. The measure was fiftt passed in February 17, I860, and it has been renewed from time to time since that date. The Bankruptcy Bill and Bill for abolishing imprisonment for debt were debated on the oth. They will probably be considerably modified. Mr. Disraeli has been* suffering from a severe attack of the gout, but is now better. Sir Samuel Baker, who has just re turned to England, will shortly pro ceed to Egypt to command an expedi tion which the Viceroy intends to dispatch for the suppression of the slave trade of the White Nile, and to establish the Egyptian authority throughout the Nile Basin, embracing the entire equitorial lake system. Steamers will be launched upon the Albert N'yanza. A shocking occurrence took place in fleet lane, Farringdon street, on Saturday. A man named Tillett. em ployed at the gas-works, murdered a woman with whom he lived, and then committed suicide. In both cases death must ha...
AUBURN. (FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) June 3, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
AUBURN. (PfiOM AX OCCASIONAL COBEEBPOITDENT ) Jtuie 3,1869. The anniversary services in connection with the Presbyterian sabbath school were held in the Town Hall on Sunday last, when two Bennons were delivered by the Bev. Morgan Williame, of Kapunda. On the following day the usual public tea meeting was held, followed bj a public meeting in the evening, presided orer by Mr, Davidson, of Clare, who, on being warmly received, said he had great pleasure in having to preside oyer that meeting, in connec tion with the sabbath school. His father was one of the founders of that noble institution in Scotland, and he had been trained in a sabbath school from childhood; from a scholar be ulti mately became a teacher, until other religious prevented his attendance in that capacity. He regretted the few opportunities he had of -visiting the school. Mr. Davidson, after a short and instructive address, called on Messrs. $ J. H. Adamson, David Walters, J. G-. Brenner, and the Bev. M. Williams, wh...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, May 12. In tlie House o1 Lords, Lord Clarendon said that a map, showing the Persian and Turkish frontier, will be published shortly, as settled by the mediating- powers, and that the matter will be ultimately settled by a mixed commission. Regarding Afghanistan the Duke of Argyll repudiated the notion that the Government was at all compromised by the subsidy to the Ameer. Public meetings held at Exeter Hall urging Government the adoption of a national policy of emigration to the colonies. Resolutions recognising the value of emigration releasing the existing misery, and recommending earnest consideration of the Government^ were adopted. Mr. George F. Verdon, Agent General for Victoria, has been elected a member of the Institution oi Civil Engineers. The Bill for increasing the number of Bishops was rejected. Earl Russel's Life Peerage Rill has been read twice without a division. An animated debate took place on the Irish Church Land Bill of the Marquis of C...
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. May, 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. May, 27,1869. The anniversaiy of the Sunday School in connection with the Bible Christian Chapel was held on Sunday and Monday last. On the former day the K- v. Mr. Sock preachcd in the morning, and the Rev. Mr. Lang in the after noon and evening; and the chrildren, who took the place of the choir throughout the day, were examined in scripture, giving very satisfactory answers. On Monday the scholars vrere regaled with tea, etc., at 3 o'clock, and the prizes dis tributed, after which the adults took their seats at the table, and both old and youcg seemed thoroughly to enjoy themselves. In the even ing a public meeting wee held, which was ad dressed by Messrs. Bock, Lang, Day, and Blatchford, and the report was read by Mr. J. Badcock, the superintendent of the school, showing the number of scholars to be 89, and the cash balance in hand £2 13, which latter, with £17 Is collected during these two days> leaves £1914s to the credit of the schoo...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government. Gazette," June, 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government. Gszsfte," June, 3.) Impounded at the public pound, Auburn (nearest post office, Auburn) One bay mare, star in forehead, branded like JP near neck. If not claimed, will be sold June 26,1869, at noon. P. Curren, poundkeeper. . Impounded at the public pound, Section 3040, Hundred of Kooring-a (Redruth nearest Post Office)-One bay cob horse, collar and saddle marked like PT near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold June 28, 1869, at noon. D. Macnamara, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 2008, Hundred of Hanson, near the Cross Roads Inn (nearest Post Office, Kooring-a)-One brown or black horse, star, snip on nose, saddle marked, shod, like jmk. conjoined with heart over near shoulder; one dark iron grey colt, white down face, off hind fetlock white, like G5 near shoulder, a off shoulder; one chestnut filly, star, like wc near shoulder; one brown or black horse, star, snip on nose, saddle marked, like si over m with illegible b...
LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. (Before Mr. Mcdermott, S.M.; Mr- G. Field, J.P.; and Mr. F. Macnamara, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. (Before Mr. Mcdermott, S.\T.; Mr- Gr. Fitfld, J.P.; and Mr. F. Macnamara, «T.F. MURPHY AND ANOTHER V. KELLY. -Claim for £58 16, for rent and balance due on an agreement. Mr. Williams for plaintiffs, and Mr. Ben ham for defendant. In tliis case the plaintiffs and defendant have nntil recently been farming together by mutual consent, and- the latter pleaded partnership and denied the contract. Michael Murphy deposed: I am a farmer, and live on Pinkerton's Plains. I know John Kelly; his name is in the lease of the land; also, my brother's and mine. Kelly wanted to dissolve the partnership. There was no deed of partnership; we dissolved on an agreement. The agTeement pro duced is the one made when we dis solved partnership. Kelly, my brother, and myself put in the crop. He was to take one section, and we were to pay the accounts. The receipt produced is for rent paid to Mr. King-. Kelly has the three sections now. Cross examined : Mr. King sold the ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
COMMERCIAL. Consols are dull, but t hey show no reduction, being1 03 to 93£ for money, and 93^ to 93 J for the account. New and Reduced Three per Cents, 91f to 91f. The Mark Lane Express sayswheat is declining. The highest prices for English were 46s to 48s for white, aud 43s to 44s for red. The highest quota tions for extra Dantzic, 53s to 54s. With regard to the colonial wool market, the arrivals to date consist of -Sydney and Queensland, 24,968 bales; Victoria, 93,161 bales, Tas mania, 3,884 bales; South Australia, 15,438 bates; West Australia, 1,857 bales ; New Zealand, 12,743 bales; Gape of Good Hope, 27,929 bales; total, 179,980 bales. In copper, the smelters have been free purchasers of furnace material, taking altogether about 2,000 tons regulus, 2,000 tons ore, at 14s 3d, and 1,000 tons ore, at 14s 4Jd. In bars the enquiry continues very strong, and cash parcels are exceedingly difficult to procure. The sales have been about 800 tons, of which 400 tons, at £71 to £7110s cas...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. AUSTRALIAN MEAT. PRINCE OF WALES AT CONSTANTINOPLE. ALABAMA QUESTION. IRISH CHURCH BILL IN COMMITTEE. IRISH CHURCH SYNOD. SPANISH CONSTITUTION. WOOL DULL. COPPER, £81 TO £83. (From the Adelaide Papers.) London, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. AUSTRALIAN MEAT. PRINCE OF WALES AT CON STANTINOPLE. ALABAMA QUESTION. IRISH CHURCH BILL IN COM MITTEE. IRISH CHURCH SYNOD. SPANISH CONSTITUTION. WOOL DULL. COPPER, £81 TO £83. (From the Adelaide Papers.) London, April 23. The Admiralty have accepted tender of the Australian Meat Company for the supply of 2007000 lbs preserved beef. Society Promoting Christian Know ledge has resolved granting* a sum of £1,000 towards a new Australian Bishopric at Baihursi. Obituary. - Chief Justice Lefroy, Sir Arthur Butler, Sir Seymour Blane, Earl Fingall, Prince Mentoclukoff, Lord Clancurry, Earl Radnor, Sir Edward Cunard. Wool.-Little has been done in this market since the close of last sales. Next sales commene May 6; the arrivals amount to 180,800 bales, from South Australia 15,438 bales. Copper.-Burra, £81 to £83. Leather.-Australian crops, lOd to 11 Jd per lb; sides, lOd to Is.
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
THE £-£' ti' ? I Wheat, 4a lOd Floor, £1110s to £13 CLARE. T^olesale Wheat 3$ 8d to 3a lid Floor, £10 10i per ton of2000 lbs Bran, 12d per bushel ?^HPollard, IsSd^per bushel v > Chaff^ £5 10s per Ton of 2000 lbs jreshbufcter lelOd per lb Potted butter, la 2d ? . . Eggs, lOd per doz. Baconfl8d per lb ' Cheese, 93 per lb Potatoes, "9a 6d
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
LAKE STEAM FLOUR AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER Pbopbietob. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Sates] FORCASH. Moor, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed | Corn always for sale. Grist Work promptly done, and Cora Crushed. C. 0SEENSI ADE,] WATERVALE STEAM FLOUR MILL. Bags lent and Wheat stored free of charge. Wheat always purchased at Highest Market j Price. Floor, Bran, Pollard, and Crushed Corn constantly; on sale. Corn crushed and ' Oriit Work promptly executed. H I L L~ , . HARNESS & COLLAR MAKER, Opposite Mr. Bleechmore's Hotel, Muttabo, Has a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddles and Bridles; also English and Colonial Harness of every description. Orders promptly attended to. Credit given if required. ASD C. BECKMANN, E. WHOLESALE A»d RETAIL j BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS, MAIN STREET, CLARE. Established 1855. A UBURN BREWERY. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. W illiam j. Mcdonald, CORN AM) CHAFF STORE, PORT STREET, ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 June 1869
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1869. THESE has been a considerable amount ©fexcitement caused this week by the arrival of the English and Northern Territory mails. The Rangatira, with the former, arrived three days before her time, which is a very unusual oc currence. She was sighted off Glenelsr at half-past 7 in the forenoon of Saturday last, and the lighter portion of the mails was landed by one o'clock. On Sunday morning the inhabitants of Adelaide and the Port were as agreeably surprised to find that the Gulnare, from the Northern Territory, had ar vived, as they were the day previous by the arrival of the Rangatira. She was sighted soon after daybreak, and on being boarded the report of the voyage was found to be a most satis factory one, she having made the trip from Port Darwin in 30 days al though the weather was very unpro pitious, some very heavy gales having been experienced. The accounts from the Northern Territory are of a very glowing and satisfactory nature. Mr. Goyder had 50,000 ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," June, 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 18 June 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," June, 10.) Impounded at the public pound, Leasingham-One black mare, star in forehead, collar marked, no brands visible; one bay mare, B off shoulder; one bay mare, bumble off fore foot, no brands visible. If not claimed will be sold July 5, 1869, at noon. Henry Solly, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post office, Claret-One cream-colored mare, star, branaed like CB or CP near shoulder, like D off shoulder; one iron grey mare, cob tail, brown mare, plaited mane, shod, branded like k over .-» near shoulder; one dark brown mare, shod, branded like T near shoulder; one bay mare, shod, like /->. over /A off shoulder; one dark brown horse, branded like ^ near shoulder, like JR conjoined off shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold July 5, 1869, at noon.-One dark brown mare, hollow back, if branded not visible; one dark brown or black filly, if branded not visible. If not claimed, will be sold June 21, 1869, at...