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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

Amusements. ATTENTION! PORT ELLIOT ASSEMBLY ROOMS (Smallacombe's'L In rnrterqupnce of tim U'irsvorahle westtiT. P!?O. V-FPBOR MILLER'S OF AND ENTF.RTA1N MFNT will lake place at flic above Roam on Monday Evening next. .Tn'e 11. ? PORT ELLIOT ASSEMBLY ROOMS (SM*rr-»coMHE'R). VONTnvY FVENTVfi- TCFXT, PROFESSOT? MTLLFR -n-5H ExW't lii-? Cole Weil DISSOLVING VIEWS. a-* exhitftod by him t* Overcrowded HVu-=es in Adelaide and all the prin cipal towns in flie colnnv. OVER 200 MAOVIFFCENT VIEWS Will »» lmlliantlv shown. snd the MAONEBinM SUNLTOHT. In all its Splendor, wiil he introduced for the first t:me in Port Elliot. Donrs op'»n at 7 ; commence at S precispTv. Admission — Reserved Seats, 2s.; Unreserved do-, Is. Auctions SALE BY AUCTION. BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. RE J. F. BOTTOMLEY. W GARDNER has received instructions from ? the Official Assignee to sell br auction, on Saturday next, June 16, at the Poithlliot Hotel, Fort Elliot, at 3 o'clock— 3 HORSES belonging to the abovename...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

Shipping. ^*fer#£sY QTEAM TO MELBOURNE.— '^?^afjlL* ^ Time Table for the Month of ?June. — The ALDINGA axd COOROKG trill sail on the following dates : — Fbom Adelaide. j From Melbocrxe. €ocrong, Jant 11. | AH-nga, June 11. Aldinga, ' 1'j- j Coorong, ' 15. Coorong, « 21. ] Aldinga, ' 21. Aldinga, ' 26. Coororg, ' 26. Coorong, '. 30. | AWinga, ' 30. Carrying Goods apd:Passengers. ?-J. DAJtiVEKT, Grenfell-etreet. rj,-. /'ILIPPER Schooner CYNTHIA, 65 tons, l»v V C. Heath, roaster. The otmera of the 'OffyK*' fast-sailing clipper Schooner TTV'' CYNTHIA beg to intimate to the Settlers, Storekeepers, and otters resident in the Southern District that the ftboTe vessel is now regularly 'trading between Port Adelaide and Port Victor, and trust by care and punctuality to obtain a share of their support. T'.e. BATES of FREIGHT on Goods from Port Adelaide to Port Victor by this Vessel have been KEDDCED to 10s. &L PER TON. Agents at Port Victor, . ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO. Agen...

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COMMERCIAL. Scathern-Argus Office, Friday Evening, June 8, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

COMMERCIAL. Southern- Argus Office, Friday Evening, June S. 1606. A few small parcels of wheat have moved off during llie week at Cs. and G.s. 2d., but tbere is no inclination, on the part of buyers or sellers to transact largely at those quota tions. There is no barley offering. A prime sample of oats are offering at ii= ?.i\ lint thorn is Tin dnmarir] Circular Head potatoes are selling at £G 10s. per ton wholesale, and at Ss. per bag retail. Hest wbeatcn hay, trussed and delivered, is realizing £S per ion. Nothing doing iu pressed hay.

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Sunday, June 3— Gem. cutter. 52 tons, Lethaby, master, from Port Adelaide. G. S. Read, agent. Cargo — 2 pkg?., Metcalf; 5 do, Sumner; 7 do, Harkins ; 3 do. Willcock ; 1 do, Missen : 3 do, Smallacombe ; 17 do, Greenfield; 2 do, Hawker: 4 do, Graham ; G do, Born : 2 do. Freeman ; 3 do, Chrystal : 1 do, Rogers; 13 do, Do3d ; 33 do, Cohen ; 20 do, E. Ward; 2 d-\ Lloyd; 1 do, Field; 112 do, Greayer; 30 do, Hegsraton and Co. ; 11 do,. Wright; 54' do, Dutton ; 28 do, Truslove; 3 il-i, Vareoe; 7 do, Eaton: 1S6 do. Barber; 47 do, Tait ; 17 do, Hamblin; 2 do, Laurie; 3 do, Trigp; 3 do, Mackie; 5 do. Redman ; 2 do, Barnett ; 1 do, WatsfonI ; 50 do, Goode ; 295 do, Dowland ; 3 do, Bowley. FINNISS VALE SHIPPING; ARRIVED. Wednesday, May 30 — Axalgista, schooner, 30 ton*, J. McLeod. master, from Port Adi-laide, via Rapid Bav, Mav 21. Captain, agent. Cargo, 22 bags potatoes, Williss; 8 do. Msgoe; 1 chaff cutter, | McCulIoch; 1 do, 1 pkg., M. Elliot; 1 pump...

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LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., and William Bowman, Esq., J.P. REDMAN V. CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COUliT. Wednesday, Jcxe 0. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie. Esq., S.M., and William | Bowman, Esq., J.]?. j Redman v. Centhat, Koad Hoard. This v,ras a claim for £20, for injury aliened to have been inflicted on the plaintiffe bv tbe defen dants tsking awsy tbe use of a well from him on ! S'Ction IS, Hundred of Kucounter Bay, and other wise prejudicially affecting his estate' ami interest therein. This action in fact referred to the long di.-p ted road on tbe Viclor Harbor line, near the Ilinrfmarsh Bridge. lvir. ijnaiies i.oire appeared ror tne piamtilt, and Mr. Thrupp for the defendants. At the outset Mr. Lowe offered to compromise tbe matter fr £10. Mr. Tbrupp declined. j I). S. Eedman deposed that be tvas owner of the I section named. A line of tramway (road V) had been ' carried through it by the Central fcoad Hoard. He had received a notice in writing from the Board, but replied objecting to severance from the well. j A number of Ietter3 were put in.J Wi...

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ADELAIDE. Adelaide, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

ADELAIDE. I From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 6. Adelaide is in a tolerably quiet state, and does not suffer herself to be ruffled by tlie explosions in the Supreme Court, the Toivn Hall excitement, or the occasional vagaries of men in authority. The weather is still such as to afford satisfaction and inspire hope. The sowing is on the plains ! al'i.ost over, and the farmers are sanguine as to next j year's crops. The wet has extended to the no/th, and the drought may almost be regarded as at an end ; for although njire rain is required for much of t.h» onnntrir stiH PHfHIirJl lias t'alietl to Start the grass and save the small remnant of the sheep. It is to be hoped all the surplus labor will s.oon he taken up, and that wo shall mt much longer hear the civ of want of work. There are different oi'ini-w: upon the state of the Jabnr nmket, and the ma: agvrs of the labor oSices havd !ji3'?ii g'ving the re^n!l of their knowledge and experience to the public, Mr. ilorcom declar...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Wednesday, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. I By Electric Tklegrato.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Wednesday, June 6. I The first steamer of the season from Swan I Ilill to Echaca has arrived. j The Penoia has sailed lor Adelaide. ! A strong northerly gale is blowing. j Fiour unchanged. ! [Note. — This is lh- latest Melbourne telegram received up to 10 o'clock last night (Fridav) Thursday's and Friday's telegrams Lad not arrived in consequence of the interruption of communication. — liu. j&oufftem -Ir^ua.j

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THREE MEN DROWNED AT MOONTA. Moonta, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

THREE MEN DitOWNED AT MOONTA. [From the Register.] j Moouta, June 5. Eight men went on Sunday on a boating excursion at Port Hughes. The}' were all ; slightly inebriated. When they were about \ three-quarters of a mile from shore, one of '? them attempted to climb the mast, which , caused the boat to upset. Three swam ashore, j twfl w-*rA *lm\viif--l wliilo ^ttTomrvftno' in An cr* ! two clung to the hoat until rescued, and one i was pulled down by a shark. His rein:iin«, j when recovered, were fearfully mangled. The ; names of the men drowned are John Eade, John Tloskin, and Charles Boase. An inquest was held yesterday afternoon. The verdict i returned was ' Accidental death, caused by j the rash act of one of the party, who was ! drowned.'

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MAURITIUS. Melbourne, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

MAURITIUS. [From the Register.] Melbourne, June 4. i A Mauritius letter of the 29th April says j that all the crystallized, yellow counters, and j syrups in the island have been bought up by Joshua Brothers, for Melbourne, and they j refuse to sell. No fine sasars can be obtained j before July or August. The following prices arc quoted : — Goad yellow counters, $6 50c. to §0 55c. per 100 lbs., and very scarce; middling do.. §6 25c. to g6 50c. ; good yellow syrups, §6 to $6 2oc. ; {rood red syrups, go j 25c. to §a 50e. ; low to middling do., §4 50c. to go. There was a moderate demand for flour. Salt beef was ruling at extreme rates ; Australian tierces, $39. Sydney oats sold at $3 50c, but the price was considered too low. Tallow was much wanted. The Ingurania cleared on the 23rd, and the Clara Savers, for Adelaide, on the 25.th. Arrived — Lizard and Parramatta.

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NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

KEW ZEALAND. [From the Register.} Sydney, June A. j Uokilika dates to the 29th are to hand. ; 1 here was a new rush north of the Grey River. Flour dull. Oats, 6s. Gd. to 6s. 9d. Brandies, Is. dearer. Messrs. Throckmortan have filed their schedule.

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VOLUNTEER MEETING AT STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

VOLUNTEER MEETING AT STRATHALBYN. .On Wednesday evening a meeting of members of the late volunteer force was held in the Lodgcroom at Gosling's Hotel, Slrathalbyn, to consider i he for mation of a new company. Mr. Catt presided, and there were nearly twenty persons present. There seemed' to be a general desire to form a corps of reserve, and about thirty names were given in of Dersons willinor to imn. It was resolved that tbose present form themselves into a Committee to canvass the district, each mem - her to use every exertion to get as many names as possible. Mr. Bosisto volunteered to make a circuit of Milang, Langhomc's Bridge, &c; and severi'l members agreed to attend a meeting at MacclesfiVld, to be held at Mr. Lewis's, at 7 o'clock oa Th'uisday next, 14th June, for the same purpose. The Treasurer of the late company stated that there was a balance in hand of £3 12s. 3d., which it was resolved should be divided into four prizes and fired for, Messrs. Uosisto, Thomas, ...

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STRATHALBYN SOUTH-EASTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

STllATHALBYN SOUTH-EASTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The Committee of the South-Eastern Riflj Asso ciation held their fortnightlv meeting at Warlau-1's Hotel, Strathalbyn, on Monday evening List. Mr. Colman (President) in the chair. The balance-sheet, duly certified by the auditors, was received and adopted, the fuuds* in hand from last yeaT being over £15. A letter .was read from Colonel Bigss, stating that the sum of fQft flip nnrtinn of tl»« flnvi.rninpf.f grant given to this Association, is made payable at the Treasury, Adelaide, to James Kankiue, E6q., ! M.P. The Secretary slated that he had ordered the subscription cards at the /Southern Argits office, a»sd expected to receive them the following day. lie was directed to forward them to the members of the Committee as soon as received. A letter was read from Mr. Harrison, of Port Eliiot, suggesting that on payment of a fee the i competitors for prizes might have a trial shot as is the custom in England. It was resolved that in matches...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. Disease amongst Horses. — A disease of a most alarming nature has msde its appearance among the horses grazing on thr Metcalfe Commons, the nature of which is not yet known, but that it is dangeronsly infectious and fatal in its results is very clear. Mr. Connor, postmaster, of Sedesdale, has lost two, and has one suffering from the same malady which lie fears will not recover. Mr. Lyring, a farmer, Mr. Lavender, r.oundkeeper, and Mr. Taffe, farmer, have each lost valuable horses by ihe same disease, while there are numerous cases where the fcor.--es are suffering- in the same neighborhood. It is hardly necessary to say that the visitation has created great alarm, the more so as the cause and. means of prevention are alike nukiiowii. The pro gress of the disease is very rapid. Mr. Writter, V.S., of Barfold, has made a post mortem examina tion of the tody of one of the animals that died at Barfolk. He fuund that the disease had extended itself all over the body interna...

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. j Uy Electric Teleguaph.] [From oar own Correspondent] Adelaide, Friday, 8 p.m. The Analgista has sailed for Yankalillaand Rapid Bay. j The Adelaide, from Goose Island in the I Australian Bight, has arrived with a quantity j of minerals in which gold is generally found, but it is said they only contain mica. The Hon. Thomas Elder, as defendnrir. in ! Galbraith v. Elder, adopts Mr. Justice j Boothby's advice, and appeals from ins decision j of the Supreme Court to the Judicial Com- j mitree of the Privv Council. The Alexander Brothers, from the London j Polytechnic, ncr.v performing at White's i Rooms, will vifit Port Elliot. Two shocks of an earthquake were felt at Nuriootpa at 2 o'clock on Wednesday. j Telegraphic communication with Melbourne j was resumed this afternoon. No news vet. The Goolwa Local Court is gazetted to be held in future on the second instead of the third Wednesday in ihe month. i Thirty-three Scotchmen have enrolled iu the kilted volunteer ...

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PERU. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

PERU. Peru busily prepares to take her full share of the war. Day and night preparations are being pushed forward, aud for the defence of Callao we will have eiaht topedoes ready in the course of next month. The makers of these torpedoes are the s -me who make the awful weapons which did the vrork for the Albemarle in the late American war. In internal poltics all is quiet and progressive, Prado keeping the reins of Government with firm and skilful baud, inspiring confidence more and more every day.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) Adelaide, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. — ^ ? LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (ViA TTentwoith 3nd AdelahTe.') I IJy Electric Telegraph.*! | From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday Evening. ? Mr. E. Felgate, who arrived in Adelaide ' from 'Weniworth to-day, says the Warreoro ; will be dispatched from Goolwa immediately, and that steamers leaving Goohva now will meet the flood coming down. To-dav's up river advices report the Darling lower than ever, and that it is not expected I to rise this season at all. i 'Went worth news is to the 3rd June. Bv I the mail from Echuca a rise in the Murray is j reported there of 5 feet 2 inches. Pome nice rains had fallen at Kulnine, re ducing the anxiety ahout stock. There were no hopes there of the Darling rising1. Great complaints prevailed at Wentwori-h of the neglect of the Sydney Governmpnt in ! not compelling the contractor to finish the line of telegraph at this important timp, as they have the funds. Stillings' correspondent recommends the Adelaide Gove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

IMPORTANT TO PURCHASERS OF DRAPERY. TOHN HODCHvISS & Co., respectfully inform the Fv^c that they ' have PURCHASED the WHOLE of THE STOCK OF Mr. SAMUEL HART, Wholesale Draper, at a I1EA.VY DISCOUNT from Stock-Book Prices. The Goods are NOW HEADY FOR INSPECTION and are offering on terms most advantageous to Purchasers. THE NEW W!NTER~SHIPMENTS, Carefully selected in the European Markets by our own Buyer, arc also Open for Inspection. TERMS — Casb on delivery, or interest at the rate of 15 per cent per annum on approved credit accounts ? O ? ^*OTE~ john HODGKISS & CO., 2G & 28, Rusdle Street, Adelaide. To the Inhabitants of Port Elliot, Goolwa, Victor Harbor, Middleton, and Surrounding Districts. PH1LI P~CT° GEE AYE R, -TVTHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, GROCER, GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSEMAN, PORT ELLIOT. Begs to announce that he has, in addition to his well-known Large Stocks of the above Goods, just completed his arrangements for carrying on the DBAPBBT BTTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

Everv Prize Certificate of Merit has been awarded to the MESSRS. TUXEORD, IMPORTERS, NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE Since the formation of the South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society, for the ? Best and Largest Collection of Exhibited by MESSRS. TUXFOKD at the various Shows, including the February Award of the present year. t j /jj/f /i f — - ? * — ?? ? — jftr' :~^f =r'1 -i — ' ' » : ? '^ — ^ ? ^~ ~^~='s:^liZ— ~- — ~=~ Trv£=~ -~ ?-?' ? ?. ^- ? r=--^-=iS5=== — ~ *~* J. tit/ f /It* f tits f I c 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. TUXFORO 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. T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 June 1866

BIRTHS.   JOYCE.—On the 4th June, at Port Elliot,           the wife of Mr. John F. Joyce, of a daughter. KELLY.—On the 31st May, at Hindmarsh   Valley, the wife of Thomas Kelly, of a son. Port Elliot, Saturday, 9th June.  

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1866

-MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL tKCVRITVf*. T lir-re has lurtii only a iinii'ed burinfss doing in -?'''-.??.':! .-- i uri'ics hi the early part of the month ,:ic- .- u'svc wav ; l-u: sii c« lhen the ma'ket has irn }i«iV(ii. and i he .quotations have slightly advanced. i h.; official prjees are as und r : — Pa-d. Price. S. A- Govt. Six Per Cents. ... £100 £105, 107 fc,iuh Atistia-im Bink ... 25 3.1, 37 Foulh Autt alian Land ... 25 2.9, 31

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