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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
Auctions THIS DAY (Saturday), May 56. IMPORTANT SALE. POSTPONED FROM SATURDAY, THE i--th INSTANT, ON ACCOUNT OF THE IN CLEMENCY OF THE WEATHER. RELINQUISHING BUSINESS AT VICTOR HARBOR. T HAWKER, of 'Victor Harbor, hefts to p.nnouace ? to the inhabitants of the township and the EtUTOuading district that be will cause to l»e SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Ox Sa.tor»ay, 2-jrn May, ' The Whole of his STOCK IN-TRADE, consisting Of— Drapery Groceiy Ironmongery Paints and Oils Crockery, &c, &c. 1 Without reserve. Notice — Saturday, Hay 26. STORE to LET at VICTOR HARBOR.— T. Hawker will be prepared to receive offers for the nnexpired term of the Lease of his Store and Premises at Victor Harbor up to the evening of Wednesday, the 23rd May. MONTHLY SALES AT MIDDLETON. WM. HODGSON, A UCTIONEER AND VALUATOR, - -t*. _ Mtldleton akd Poht Em.iot, Begs to intimate that be has again commenced holding Monthly Sales at Middleton of HORSES, CATTLE . SHEEP, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c, &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
Shipping; s&.fp-* QTEAM TO MELBOURNE.— -=^Ji.*1=2--^ ALDINGA ak» COOEOKG viUraitnn the following date?: — From Atcxaide. J Fkom Mflbourne. Aiding?. June 4. | Coorong, June 4. Carrying Goods and Passengers. J. DABWENT, Grenfell-street ct-l /'CLIPPER Schooner CYNTHIA, 65 tons, J$£C\ *_/ C. Heath, master. The owners of the jiM™™^* fast- sailing clipper Schooner CYRTHIA brg to intimate to the Settlers, Storekeepers, and others resident in the Southern District that the above vessel is now regularly trading between Port Adelaide mid Port Victor, and trust by care and punctuality to obtain a share of their support. Agents at Port 'Victor, ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO. Agents at Port Adelaide. F. B. JONES & CO. ?iTK /CLIPPER SCHOONER CYNTHIA.— ]$%%&\J REDUCED BATES op FREIGHT— The' Owners of the above favorite Schooner beg to announce that the Rates of Freight on Goods from Port Adelaide to Port Victor by this Vessel have been Reduced to 10s. 6d. PER TON. AC...
SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
SHIPPING. VICTOR 1IARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. l Saturday, May 19— Gem. cutter, 52 tons, Letfcabv, I master, from Port Adelaide. G. S. Re.a-1, agent. ] Cargo— 1 pkg., Misssn ; 4 do, Wilkins ; 6 do, liar- ! jrreaves; 11 do, Jones; 7 do, Greenfield; 2 do, : Tru*Iove; 1 do, Laurie,- 2 do, '\Y 2 .'cocks; 4 do, ', Sumner; 3 io, Eaton; 3 do, Barber; 3 do, Smal!a- i combe; 3 do, Basham; 6 do, Varcoe; 3 do, Taylor; 1 do. Evans; 12 do, Metcalf; 216 do.G-hcn; 23 do, Cameron; 38 do, E. Ward; 2 do, Goldiug; i 1 do, Heggatcn and Hodge; 33 do. Greayer; 1 do, Osworne; 5 do, Sparks; 14 do, Rich; 2 do, Metcalf; : 15 do, Ilarkins; 63 do, Goode; 1 do. Way ; 2 do. : Watsford ; 2 do. Mvrick ; 4 do. Goode. 70 do' tleai. Wednesday, May 23— CrxxaiA. pchooner, Co tons. Heath, master, from Port Adelaide. Car^o — 18 pkgs Dutton; 3 do, Greenfield; 10 do, .Sparks ; -1 ! d-\ Gooie ; 4 do, Eaton ; 2 do, vVilhocks ; 2 do, ! Bowman : 18 do. Laurie ; 2 do, Born ; 1 -?c, Higgins ; ! 2 do, Truslove; 2 do, Turner; 2 do, C...
THE ROW IN THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
THE ROW IN THE SUPREME COURT. Our readers are already in possession of the prin cipal ingredients of the unseemly squabbles that have lately 6candalized the Supreme Court and Mr. Justice Boothbj. His Hoi or Mr. Justice Boathby has ruled that there is no Attorney-General in South Australia, and he therefore qoashes all indictments preferred by that ofBcer again -t criminals. He also refuses to see or hear Mr. Stow, Q.C., in Court as counsel for any prisoner unless he produces a licence to act ae-ainst the Crown, which he refuses to do. We take the following report of Tuesday's passage at-arms between His Honor and the leader of the bar from the Express : — THE KEXIAIjnSG CASE3 OX THE CALENDAR. His Honor asked the Crown Solicitor what case he intended to go on with. The Crown Solicitor — After your Honor's intima tion I am not inclined to go on with any more until tbe question as to the existence of the Attorney General has been decided by the Full Court. Where prisoners were defended...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY ENQUIRY. We subjoin the report of the Northern Territory Commissioners, prefaced by the charges to which the enquiry was directed. Since tbe finding of the Commission has heen announced, Mr. Finniss has been permitted to resign his appointment, and his resignation has been accepted. Finis toronat opus ! Chahges. ' t. That during the period he was in command he shewed an utter want of management of the men under his charge, leading to the total disorganization of the paity, the destruction of stores, and other great waste of the funds of the settlemen*. ' -. That he neglected to carry out the instruc tions of the Government contained in despatches dated 14th April, 3864, find JOth of February, 1865. Pages I to 4, snd 61 io 64. '3. That without previciis examination of the country, and contrary to the opinion expressed by the Government, and in opposition to the views of his suiveying stafii as well as to those of the agents of preliminary land-order holders, wh...
ADELAIDE. Adelaide, May 24 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
ADELAIDE. (From our own Correspondent.! Adelaide, May 24 The weather since my last has been all we can desire, and it looks as though we are to hive a very good season. Ib the North t'le wet has been very partial ; all east of north, as far as I can ascertain, is dry ; to the west there have heen very grod rains. There has been, a splendid fall on the West Coast ; at Streaky Bay a perfect deluge. Adelaide has been in an a'uiost continual state of slusli, and walking is not made more comfortable by the drainage works that are In progress. Our Corporation meeting la=t Manoby trai com paratively tame, Mr. Raphael's utiera»c2S being of a more mild and measured character than urual. He moved in detail that ail mir.utss of the secret meeting he ??%punged from the records «f the Corporation. He made particularly merry about the £5 fine to which His Worship sentenced him at the holeand corner gathering ; and our worthy Mayor has not yet seen fit to proceed against the disturber of municipal...
THE CLEARING OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
THE GLEAHIKG OF THE MUREAY. On Monday inc.rning. May 21, a deputation waited upi u tbe Chief Secretary with reference to tbe present state of the lliver Murray, snd the desuab'e ntfts of iiriint-oiate action being laken to improve the navigation of that river, and thereby save to this C'lony so much of ihe trade of the interior as has not been already diverted Io Melbourne in conse quence of the more cnergetis action of the Victorian Government. The deputation consistsd of Messrs. Graves, G.iode, M P., Tarlton, Chaino».k, Martin, C. PeacockT Captain Kaudell, Captain Jackf-on (Murray and Jackson), Morgan, and the Hon. J. U. Barrow. Mr. Tik-.ma-s Graves introduced the deputation to the Chief Secretary, and briefly explained the object of their visit. He said that the gentlemen present (in common with maisy others not then in attendance) were deeply impses-sed with the importar.ee and lu'cessity « f BometLing being done, and done promptly, with a view to rendes the navigat-km of the Mu...
STRATHALBYN SOUTH-EASTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
STfiATHALBYX SOUTH-EASTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. A meeting of ihe members of the Strsthalbyn South- Eastern Rifle Association, convened by an advertisement in the Southern Argvs, was held at Warland's Hotel, Strathalbyn, on Monday evening last, the 21st instant. Mr. W. Colmau was unanimously voted io the chair, and opened the proceedings- by reading the advertiseme-. t. He then desired the Secretary to state what funds were in hand, from whose explana tion it appeared that there were still some amcvuits in the hands of members of the Committee, which were directed to be paid over, that the Secretary might be enabled to make up the accounts for the past year. | Mr. James Fankine, M.P., proposed, Mr. Gollan, j jun., seconded, and it was carried, that Mr. C. Evans | and Mr. J. B. Cuave be appointed Auditors — ihe j Secretary to arrange with them for auditing the j accounts some time previous to the next meeting. 1 It was considered advisable that in future tbe accounts should be audited a...
LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
i^ ' ' ' LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, VICTORIA. 1 Bt Electric Telegraph. 1 IFrom our own Correspondent.'] Melbourne, Friday, May 25. A son of Mr. Wintle, the Governor of the City Gaol, has been killed at St. Kilda by a fall from his horse. The Board of Enquiry have acquitted Mr. Connor on the charges against him with refer ence to the industrial schools. iur. uiacK, me agent ot the V. and U. Com pany is making no progress with reference to new mail arrangements. Verd'on, the Treasurer, goes home by the mail'. A banquet will be given to him. The Coorong sailed for Adelaide at 3 o'clock on Thursday. It is rumored that the Ministry will resign shortly, as General Carey is determined to enforce all bonded and unbonded duties..
LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. JBy Electric Telegbaph.I TFrom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, May 25. Mr. R. T. Finniss has been permitted to resign his appointment as Government Resident of the Northern Territory, and the Ministry have accepted the. resignation. Mr. Earl, the Evangelist preacher, is ex pected to arrive in Adelaide next week. It is believed the Town Hall will be chartered for Him. The Government have considerably modi fied the new volunteer regulations, in accord ance with the resolutions agreed? to at the late meeting of officers of the force. Seven hundred and forty invitations have been issued by His 'Worship the Mayor for the banquet, to celebrate the opening cf +1- j TownFalL Twr. j. C. i'-xou, tile Manager of the South .Australian Banking Company, has arrived in Melbourne. He is empowered to commence the erection of new banking premises near Green's Exchange forthwith. The aite chosen is at the corner of Gilbert-place. The Court of Appeals will sit to-morrow ...
ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
ALEXANDRIA A. Saturday, Mat i2. Presen* — Messrs. Henry Pavey (Chairman), Lwen, McDonald, and Robert Cairuth. Letter received from Mr. Macgowan, teacher of the Point Sturt School, requesting the Council to erect a teacher's resideuce, as bis present residence was too far away. Mr. Macgowan to be informed that the Council cannot interfere in the matter, as the school-room was not in the bands of the Council. Payments, £42 18s. 8d.
MOUNT BARKER. MONDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
MOUNT BARKER. Mokday, May 14. Present— Messrs. Wedd (acting Chairman), Walker, and Hannaford. Letter received from tho Nairne Council, saying that the Council had resolved that as soon as the money promised for the Staughton-ioad be handed in ' the works will be proceeded wiib. Clerk instructed to write to Nflime, and say the money will be for warded as sron as collected. Circular letter received from the Crown Lands and Immigration Office, stating that £15 had been set apart for medical attendance in Mount Barker. Clerk instructed to write to Dr. Robertson, asking him if he is willing to undertake their attendance for tl.at sum. Clerk to advertise for fencing through Mr. Hali's see ion. The -work done by T. Bright, jun., referred till next meeting. Councillor Walker agreed to inspect Mill's Bridge. Thos. Jones was instructed to tar the bridge on Mount-road, and also the one near Mr. Clcggett's reserve, Messrs. Barker, McKenzie, Cornelius, and Moss waited on the Council as a deputat...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
NEW SOUTH WALES. [By Electric Telegkaph.1 [From our own Correspondent, j bydney, Friday, May 2o. The Fringe de Conde, a member of the Bourbon fr.mily, has died, aged 22, from ? disease of the lungs, resulting from a cold caught whilst fishing. 1 J\ o/\ - ? ju.w p.m. Tbe Chief Secretary has etated at Beech worth that he will do all in bie power to induce his own and the Victorian Govern ment to allow colonial produce to cross the border free of duty. The Kev. James Henderson (Presbyterian) lias been charged by his congregation with showing too much freedom wi' : ladies of bis church. Photograph forgeries of one pound notes are afloat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
Every Prize Certificate of Merit lias been awarded to tlie MESSRS. TUXEORD, IMPORTERS, NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE r Since the formation of the South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society, for the I Best axd Largest Collection of Exhibited by MESSES. TUXFOKD at the various Shows, including the February Award of the present year. _ 1 MESSRS. TUXFORD Would further remark that their Stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY will continue to he found the BEST LARGEST, and CHEAPEST IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, at their Establishment, NORTH-TERRACE, ADELAIDE. MESSRS. TUXFORD again have 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 Trial, held October 11, 1865, by the Messrs. Tuxford, Sole Importers, North-terrace, Adelaide. March, 18GG. Professional. JAMES MACGEOKGE, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, J\. 11, Kixg William-street, Adelaide. J. J. BONN...
MACCLESFIELD. SATURDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
MACCLESFIELD. Saturday. May 5. Present — The Chairman, Messrs. S. Ellis, and H. Marker. Information laid by Inspector against persons not attending to notice given under Scotch Thistles Act. Legal proceedings to be taken against them. Copies of district map to be got for the use of each Councillor. Messrs. J. Mitchell, Chance, Choat, and Ellis to to b 3 requested to proceed at oace with their contracts or to give up the same. Account rendered by J. Stubbs for forming road at Watt-rgate passed for payment. [We shall be plad to receive from all Clerks of District Councils throughout the Southern District reports of the Council meetings as they occur, at somewhat greater length than those supplied to the Adelaide papers. — Ed. Southern Argus.] Astronomical Occurrences is the Year 1866. — January. The Moon during the beginning of the month pays a visit to Regulus, then calls on Saturn, and afterwards rubs noses with Venus ; on the 9th and 10th of the month, being near her last quarter, ...
INSANE INVALIDITY AND VALID INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
INSANE INVALIDITY ASD VALID INSAXIIY. The report of the proceedings in the Supreme | Court on Tuesday last, which we print in I another column, will be read by the sincerest well-wishers of Mr. Justice Boothby with mingled feelings of compassion and regret. We have never sympathized with the indecent and unseemly attacks which have been re peatedly made upon His Honor by the Ade laide press with a sprightlinces so foreign to their ordinary utteriugs as to forcibly implv that bailing a Judge, whose dignity ought to j render it impossible for him to retaliate, was j the very best fun the writers ever permitted thejiisclves to enjoy. We do not even agree with the propriety of all the expressions our own correspondent in Adelaide has used in j dealing with the subject, although we have printed them because we know they represent -i« nfpiirnt^lv ac mntr Y%p llio -;f-iiljmprit-; ff TiiilP- I tenths of the people of the metropolis. More than this, we have seen tbat in some of Mr. j Boothby...
COMMERCIAL. Souters Argus Office, Friday Evening, May 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 May 1866
COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, May 25, 1S'3G. j 1 here have been a few transactions in wheat during the week at Cs., but millers buy cautiously as the price of flour is not equiva lent to that of wheat. ' A choice sample of V.D.L. oats was offered at auclion to day at Pert Yie;or, but with drawn at 6s. j A few small parcels of potatoes changed 10s. per ton. | There is no change in the actual quotations j for hay, but we observe that one grower in ! the neighborhood is advertising good pressed wheat* n hay at £1 10s. j The past week has been admirably adapted for farming operations. Soils are in excellent order for working, and farmers, throughout J the district, have been busily engaged plough- j ing and sowing. j High prices continue to rule for cattle and &nbsp; sheep. Adelaide quotations, to the close of &nbsp; to-night's business, will be found below, but &nbsp; it may be mentioned here that one amazingly fine beast, one of a mob of sp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 June 1866
Business Notices. FREDERICK: HORNE, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, STRATHALBYN. Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, Drags, Per fumery, and Homoeopathic Medicines. Terms — Cash ; or three months' credit at 10 per cent, interest. ^ District Registrar and Agent for the sale of the SouQi£rn Argus and Observer newspapers. W. C. UREN, TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND YV SHOE MANUFACTURER asd IMPORTER, 24, RCSPLE-STREET, ADELAIDE. A large variety of imported Boots and Shoes from the best makers in London and Paris always on hand. Country visitors will find a choice assortment of every description of Boots and Shoes suitable for country wear. THE ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN GUANO COMPANY, LIMITED. BIRD ISLAND PHOSPHATIC GUANO, £9 per ton, bags included, at Port Victor. Oa Sate by EBENEZER WARD, Port Eljiot. ANALYSES. Moisture ? ? 13-41 Organic matter and ammoniacal salts ... 13'06 Alkaline salt6, consisting chiefly of eul phates and chlorides... ... ... 158 Phosphates of lime and magnesia ... 67 25 Carbonate of l'me ...