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KOORINGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 22, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

KOORINGA. (fkom OTJB own cobbespondknt.) June 22,1869. Everything about the Burra is very dull at present, and nothing of importance has occurred in the town lately. The farmers towards Mount Bryan have finished seeding, and the wheat is springing rapidly, and looks exceedingly healthy. There have been some beautiful rainB of lace, which have raised tbe farmers spirits considerably ; they are now busily engaged fencing, which will alter the appearance of Mount Bryan Flat to a grea' extent. On Sunday night, 20th inst., as the Eastern Plains mail was proceeding to Paratoo two camels were met, and they so frightened the horses attached to the vehicle, that they in stantly bolted, and, running into a creek, cap* eized the coach, smashing the top, but fortu nately doing no further damage, as the passengers escaped with a good shaking. Mr. Cabley, the driver, in spite of a very awkward tumble, managed to stick to his reins, and soon disengaged the entangled horses. I hear there are fully ...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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SUDDEN DEATH NEAR AUBURN. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

SUDDEN DEATH NEAR AUBURN. THE IK QUEST. On Saturday lasfc, the 26th instant, an inquest was held at the Court-house, Auburn, before George Field, Esq., J.P,, and a jury of twelve, of whom Mr. J. E. Bleechmore was chosen fore man, on the body of Peter Williams, who was found dead on the Port Wakefield road, near Auburn. The] jury, after viewing- the body at the Police Station, retired to the Court house, when the following; evidence was adduced: Henry Williams, sworn: I live in Auburn. I have seen the body of the deceased, whom I recognise as my brother Peter Williams. I last saw him on Friday week, when he was in good health. I have not heard him complain of ill health. He has been hawking during the last four weeks between Auburn and Wallaroo. De ceased was a Rechabite, and not subject to fits. George McEllister deposed : I live' at Wallaroo. I am working on tlie; Port Wakefield Tramway/ ; I have seen the body of deceased. I saw a horse and cart pass yesterday. De ceased was in the...

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FAR NORTH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Strang way's Springs, June 2, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

FAR NORTH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Strang way's Springs, J une 2,1869. Since my last the weather has been change able. On the 27th and 28th ultimo we had drizzling rains and mist intervening j but now the weather has changed, and is all that could be desired. The aborigines are numerous up here just now. After the heavy floods they flock from some unknown region ia the back country. From here they are going to the Farachillina Greek, to obtain red ochre-a distance of 250 miles-leaving their lubras behind them to make shift for themselves. Some of the blackfellows cannot understand the notes that are frequently sent by them to out-stations. An incident occurred some time ago of rather a laughable nature. One of the natives was sent from the homestead to an out-station with some tobacco, and a note stating the quantity sent. Going on his way, the parcel got rather heavy, so he thought he would lighten it by taking two sticks; but how be was to manage this without the note seeing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

FO B S A L E - ?' At the v CLAEE STEAM: SAW MILLS, DRY FIREWOOD, in one fort lengths, at 9d per cwt. ia the yard, or 17s 6d per ton de livered in Clare.- - -NofrieesthatiH[iaUaJtOTi "delivered; > v ; : c W. PATEBSON & CO.. . 'WIN"4K* * ? J .* ^ ^ . ... . -. - ... . <fe-Of the latS-Mr. Wiliam ROBCFGW ra^e^ieajjkctfiiiiy -iofcrmedrfchjat the Funeral vil leave, his late reeielencfr on Sunday next/, at 1 o^cloefc, for Spring Farm Cemetery. * ? . * JOSCT HAED EJEfc, " Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

L A BE ST E AM FLOUfi i ; - - ? - AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER Peofbietoe. 1 WHEAT always wonted at Highest Bates] #ORCASH. . Floor, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed ] .Coin always for sale. "" Grist Work promptly done, and Corn 'Crushed. W7 C. GfiEEKSlADE, WATERVALE STEAM! FLOUR MILL. Bage lent and Wheat stored free of charge. Wheat always purchased at Highest Market Pnce. Flour, Btan, Pollard, and Crushed Corn constantly on sale. Corn crushed and Gii*t Wort promptly executed. MB. A. N. BEW1CKE, Agent for "EUROPEAM MAIL" "N OBTBEEN A E 4JUS," "AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL," And General Mews Agent, Waiektale AMD C. BECKMADN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AMP SAUSAGE MAKERS, MAIM STREET, CLARE. Established 1855. U B URN BR £ WERT. A The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. ILL I AM J. MCDONALD, CORN JLSD CHAFF STORE, PORT STREET, AUBURN. Flour, Pollard, Bran, Crushed Corn, Chaff, Po'a'oep, Onions, &<*., constantly on Sale. Accom...

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WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the "Grovemroent Gazette" June 42) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

"WEEK'S INSOLVENCIES. (From the " Grovemroent Gazette" June .42) Nil.

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THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 2 July 1869

THE MABKEtS. ADELAIDE. . Wheat, 4s lOd Moor, £11 to £13 CLASS. Wholesale Wheat 3s 8d to 3s lid lTlour,£10 per ton of 2000 lbs ; Bran, 12d per bushel Pollard, Is 3d per bushel Chaff, £5 10s per Ton of 2000 lbs Freeh butter le-4d per lb Potted butter, le 2d Eggs, lOd per do?. Bacon, 8d per lb Cheese, 9d per lb Potatoes, 9s 6d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

The Northern AHGUS, which hae a large and increasing circulation, is printed «id p&blitkd every Friday morning. The ecsle of charge* is as follows BXTBBCBIPTIOFg. For i quarter,prepaid... ... £0 2 0 For the half-year, do 0; 4,0 Fer annum, do 0 8 0 Singlecopy ... ... ...0 0 2 ADVEBTISBMBirra. Per inch-First 4 insertions (*-act») £0 I 0 Every subtequeiit do... 0 2 6 Per Line-One line ... .,. £0 0 6 Two do ... ... 0 10 Ihreedo ... ... 0 1 4 Erery additional line 0 0 4 All orders should be legibly written on the back cf adrerwemcnt#, ard where no order it given, will be inserted until countermanded or out or date; Prepayment is requested from all < ccaMcnal advertiser*. Beuittances can be made m notes, and money orders, or for small sums in postage stamps. , ; i, A«iy- rtuements intended for pjoMwiHoa can be received up to 10 a n*. o» Thnii^»|; and o'ders to countermand adverttse ments must (?« sent in (in writing} not later than .Wedni.fidtty .. ... OI1CE l O AJ) VE ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. The Ballarat Miner observes: Another of the hidden mysteries of ladies' toilettes came to light in Bridge street on Monday, much to the astonish ment ol a bashful member of the police force. A young- lady,with hair arranged in a marvellous manner, was just turning into the market, when a constable close behind her saw somthing slip from the chignon and fall upon the pavement. It turned out to be a small tea-saucer, broken in half by the fall, and the constable, addressing the lady, told lier of her loss. She, however, kept her self-possession, and continued on the even tenor of her way, while the constable, wondering much, put the broken china into his pocket and de parted. Tn accordance with the promise made on the 18th March last, the Chief Secretary has laid on the table of the House, a return showing the value of the cultivated lands at the Aboriginal Station at Coranderrk, for 1868. The crops raised and their values were: 50 tons of potatoes, at £4...

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The Honthern Argus. FRIDAY, JULY 9,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

mtfym gupa. FRIDAY, JULY 9,1869. The iiah&bitaijts of Bljth Plains are to have a bi-weekly nsail in January next, which they will doubtlcea very much appreciate. Twelve «a^B were disposed of at the Local Ccurt.on Tuesday, two of which occupied a considerable time. 1 he Court tat -until 8 o'clcok case* were postponed until the fblloaing dpj, when they were dip jweedof. /» ,i v . * . ---~-«r ' On Mtowhiy last at .'the annualm^tfng ofjthe ^te^o«^ HeEBn. S. Bray^Wi Hitpbco^ lijbd elected as i^K&nia^esHbftlie distric^jjgjji Messrs. Sabine and P^e as auditors, for tbe ensuing year. Forresters Railway,,^wjbeat has, risen 2d ppt bushel in this towns ^Qaotaiionrane-^Wheal^ Aa pierbushel; flourf £10 per ton ^f2,000 lbs» -TheMain street of Clare: is now nearly finished, there being a very small portion, opl site, the Post Office where themetal has to be laid. It is probable the street will be open for public tr&ffionbout the latter end of next week, which will be much a...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWSPAPER DATES TO MAY 21. LATEST TELEGRAMS TO JUNE 11. IRISH CHURCH BILL THROUGH COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

ARRIVAL^ THE ^ENGLISH NEWSPAPER DATES TO MAY, 21, J LATEST TELEGRAMS TO JUNE 11. COMMITTEE. J COPPER LOWER. R C : K: The Alexandra, was signalled . off? Glenelg at 11- o'clock Jon Monday morning. She brings iheSouth Aus tralian portion of the mail . by the. steamer Geelongy .from Galle. We compile the following' from the Ade laide dailies: May wool sales unsatisfactory. De cline, 10 to 15 per cent, on March rates. Copper dull; tendency downward. Grain market firm. South Australian Sixes, 109-10. Bank rate, 4^ per cent. Tempo-, rary panic among- stock speculators. Apprehensions of war with America. Alabama Treaty rejected by the American Congress. Senator Sumner assesses damage done by England at £500,000,000 sterling. Senator Chandler demands Canada in compensation Canada refuses to be annexed. President Grant disowns the Sum ner Anglophobia. New American Minister instructed not to reopen question at present. Election riots in France. Barricades in Paris. Three hundred killed. New. ...

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ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 6,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

ADELAIDE. (FROM OUB OWS CORRESPONDENT.) July 6,1869. The Boglish mall arrived yesterday with ite wonted punctuality, but the news it has brought haa pot excited mjich hope, of anygwat, Jey ival in trade. lu fact, on the contrary, instead of brighter prospects for those interested-in. wool and minerals, it only speaks of a reduction at the rate rf ten to fifteen per cent on the match price of the former; whilst in copper there is; ..% «ii- a jft. V fo, i&S*' * , ^i&gfiaDig, ard icb^B a tendency |&M|d. j &uei£minio^Bt|^k&te now-a ,daj* h^e tUfcott4&d <#the^8l stimulent which is conferred bj the fino^g^f Prince Alfred's, Mattawarrangalas, and a whole host beimi lmd_befor9 |hq ppbli9^t the rate of a fresh Say; 14 ^gmhtwmvB there is nothing any thing out ofthe ooramonorder of eventp|K£ curredthat theacrival of tike mail ne£r and? at such short inte&als does not awaken that feding lrf interest end anxiety. which generally ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," July, 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. j (From the "Government Grnz tie," July, I.) Impounded at the public pound, I in the Corporation of Kapunda-One! bay mare, branded like un on near ribs, and 2 on near shoulder. If not; claimed, will be sold July 19, 1869, at noon. Charles Rebeck, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Hamilton-One dark bay or brown draught mare, black points, switch tail, collar and trace marked, branded like K near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold July 26, 1869, at noon. J. Barnes, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Auburn-One bay mare branded x and half circle over near shoulder; one bay mare, no brand visible; one chestnut horse branded like pav or PM near shoulder, bumble footed. If not claimed, will be sold July 24, 1869, at noon. P. Curran, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 149, Spring Gully, in the Hundred of Clare (Sevenhills nearest post office)-One brown-sided bullock, white back, branded like ej with (c or c or G under near rump, l...

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WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. July 8,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. July 8,1869. The nomination of Councillors for the Upper Wakefield District, which took plaae at. Auburn on Monday, caused little stir here, though I believetwo or three from this part of the district will go to the poll on Monday next, when doubtless most of our ratepayers will-, attend to give their votes. / Our hotels are following suite in the general endeavor to improve the township, Mrs. Green slade, at the Stanley Arme,. having a large tank end other conveniences on hand ; and Mr. David?, of the Priuce of Wales, being about to erect a new eix-ttaii stat le, ha^-loftj coach house, etc. . ; The crops are on the whole looking well, and I barest preeenfcbeard no complaints of j&d rustj but I note some paddock* are very diltj, which will cause good deal of hay to be cut thia year. The road north and south of the township continues to get worse and worse, and there have been several upsets during the last lew weeks. We have apparently...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. London, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

LATEST COMMERCIAL. London, June 10. Wool lias been selling' better during the past week. The total quantity withdrawn at the sales was 12,000 bales. Left over and later arrivals" amount to 70,000 bales. The wheat market is firmer. The reserve of notes in the bank is £9,250,000, and the stock of bullion £17,875,000. Consols, 92; bank rate, 4^ per cent.; Victorian Debentures^ <115 ; New South Wales Fives, par ;r Queens land Sixes, 110. i Arrivals-Essex, Rankine, Sobraon, Chamwion of the Seas. The P. & O. Company have declared a dividend of 3 per cent, for the half year. SUMMARY QF NEWS. The overland March mail was de livered on the 17th May. The heavy mail had not arrived in London on the 21st. ? ; " The Queen has gone to Balmoral.: The Prince and Princess of Walefe have returned to England. Prince Arthur has had & warm re ception in Ireland, i)ut there was a'fatal riot in . Londonderry in connection with his visit. 1 ' :x The Irish Church Bill had* rasseji1...

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AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 1,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN COBBESPONDElfT ) . ' Julj 1,1869. Mr. Lascelles, assisted by Mr. Alfred Wilkie, gave hit third entertainment in the Town Hall on the 22ad alt. to a very fair house, consider ing the bad state of theweafcher, whose excel lent singing was deservedly appreciated. On Thursday, June 26, a grand private ball was held in the Town Hall. Not withstanding the inclement weather,, there were about 60 persons present. The Hall was 'tastefully d|> corated with evergreen*, flowers, banners,* &c, and a sumptuous repast was laid for the in vited guests. Mr. Schrader's Braes Band, from Adelaide, was engaged for the occuino^, who performed, with their usual well-known ability, excellent music, to whicfa the company dexterously pel formed their parts. The Com mittee spared no expense ip giving^an hospitable reception. Dancing was keptup ^li-e^rlv morn. |-| The remains of Peter Williams were«pnv<^ecl to the East Auburn Cemetery byMr. Thread gold's hearpe on Mo...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, June 11. I Parliament reassembled after Easter on the 29th May. On the 31st the Irish Church Bill was read a third time in the House of Commons, and carried by a majority of 114, there having- been 361 votes for and 247 against it. On the same night it was read a first time in the House of Lords, and the second reading- appointed for June 14. A numerously-attended meeting of Conservative Peers was held at the residence of the Duke of Marlborough, with reference to the second reading of the Bill. The Earl of Derby, the Earl of Harrowby, the Duke of Marl borough, and others recommend its rejection. This was carried by a large majority. But many influential Con servative Peers have, on the other hand, signified their intention to sup port the second reading. The Earl of Devon has declined to present a petition to the House of Lords against the Bill, as he con sidered that it would be a serious mis fortune to the country should the Bill miscarry. Earl Russell h...

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LOCAL COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, JULY 5. (Before Mr. McDermott, [?] and Mr. P. McNamara J P.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

LOCAL GOURT^-GLJLRE. TUESDAY, JULY 5. (Before Mr. M^-Dermbrt, 8. Mi ; and Mr. P. ; ^ McNarnara J P.) ; W. TYRRH-L v.- R. R- PAGE.--Mr. Benham ibr plaintiff, and Mr. Gower for defendant. The defendant was charged with assaulting William* Tyrrill on the; 30rh June last, at Inchiquin, and pleaded not guilty.' After a very patient hearing, the de fendant was fined 10s andordered to pay Ms own costs. A-cross informa tion was laid against William Tyrrill by IR. R. Page for abusive language, on the daybf the alleged assault. The defendant was fined Is and ordered to, pay his own costs. ! (Before Mr. McD< rmott.. S.M.; Mr. F. B. GHeeson, S.M.; aiid Mr. P. MeNjmara, J.P.) King & Co. v. PEACOCK.-This was an action brought by Messrs. King and ^Richardson for £70 0s lOd, balance due by defendant. Mr. Brady for plaintiffs, and Mr. Benham for de fendant. Arthur King, examined: 1 am an auctioneer and land agent; am plaintiff in this case. Mr. Richard son is my partner. I have no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

0LARE STEA1 FOR SALE, atfetl IIEEWOOD.% 9d per cwt. in the yard, or 17s 6d livered in RUre. W. PArERSON & GO. ZSlsfi ' " - - X _ B E B N . S T E 1 N, ED ; J .6:U Jfc'J 1> 1 .*. * .'--*? .L* u f-; ? ? 39fiOQM ^ BREECHES MAKER, , Maiu fcTBB^p, CL±hV. if.V" 1 w 1 ^ -H "--i t*-.' ?..'.'??' . .* . & Ail orders executed on file shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. K - ' AUsortsof Sewing Machines repaired. < ^^'Bx^AI^crIp^ AT CLARE. On SATURDAY NEXT, 10ih JULY, i V - " ? ?" - V ' . At 3 Vclock p.m, BY ORDER OF THE 3RUSTEE. rpO BE SOLD BY AUCTION *JL; at the Clare Auction Mart, ou Saturday next, the;10th July, at 3 o'clock p-nj,, by order of the Trustee, under a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditoie AH the interest of the Trustee m that VALUABLE SECTION of LAND i situated in the Hundred of Clare, .} numbered 189, and containing about 108 acres, lately occupied by Timothy Creedcn, 11je Section is fenced, and has a House of two rooms erected ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 9 July 1869

c L A re BTE AM yiiovsp AND CHAFF MILLS, CHkBL&S Ktftti&EE P&opbietor. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Bates j FOB CASH. * Flout, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, ahd Ghuhedj Corn always for sale. (Jhrt Work prompt!/ done, and Corn Crashed. 1^" C. GB EE N S I A D E,J "W AIERVALE STEAM "FLOUR MILL J Bag* lent and Wheat; stored free of charge. Wheat alwayp purchased at Hi^h?»t Market j Price. Flour, B>an, Pollard, and Grtuhe^ ' Corn constantly on sale. Corn crushed and Qii-it Work ^promptly executed. MB. a. N, B IWIOK E, Agent for *EUROPEAN MAIL" MN OBTHI B N A B t> U 8,M " AUSTBAiilAN JOUftSAL," ,. ,. t -A«4 .... Genera) News Agent, W A? SKTA1<B Jg A»i> C. BECKkANN, Wholesale andRETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS; MAIN STREET, CLARE. Established 1855. A U BURN B B fi W E B Y. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER Is the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. illiam J. Mcdonald,) CORN £ND CHAFF. STORE, PORT $ T BE ET/ AUBURN. Flour, Pollard, Bran, Cru-h...

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