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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
The Nobthxbh ABGTTS, vrhich has a large and increasing circulation, is printed and published every Friday morning. The scale of charges is as follows: SUBSCRIPTIONS. For I quarter,prepaid... ... £0 2 0 For the half-year, do 0 4 O Per annum, do ... 0 8 O Single copy 0 0 2 ADYEBTISEMENTS. 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 10 Three do ... ... 0 1 4 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be legibly written on the back of advertisements, and where no order is given, will be inserted until countermanded or out of date.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 requested from alt occasional advertisers. Remittances ean be made in notes, and money orders* or for small sums in postage stamps. Advertisements intended for publication can be received up to 10 a.m. on Thursday; and orders to countermand advertisements must be sent in (in writing) not later than Wednesday : j^J~OTICE TO ADVBBTISEES. 1 he Scale of Discounts on repeated adve...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
FRIDAY, JULY 30,1869. IT is not to be wondered at that our neighbors on Blyth Plains should think a District Council in their neigh borhood would be very beneficial to them, for they may then stand a chance of having a few of the dilapi dated, and, we may say, dangerous, roads in their vicinity seen to and re paired. Repairs necessary for the con venience of the farmers have long been needed, more especially during- the past twelve months, as the land that was previously open has been fenced. Of course, when there were but few! fences teamsters and equestrians, by making a tour round, were able to travel, if not expeditiously certainly j with more ease than they can at the present time, as the only course now I open to them is to follow the road and take it as it comes, whether it be good, i bad, or indifferent. The roads on the upper side of the plains, are impassable even to horseman, through the nu merous deep and steep creeks or water courses that traverse from the hills to the ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the 'Government Gazette," July, 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the 4 Gh>vern&lt;nenfc Chz'tte," Jiliy, 22.) I Impounded at the public pound, Leasing-ham-One light red bullock, wliite back and belly, cock horns, blind near eye, blotch brand near ribs, I.L near horn. If not claimed will be sold August 16, 1869, at noon. H. Solly, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 1.49, Spring* Gully, in the Hundred of Clare, (Sevenliills nearest post office)-One bay horse, black points, branded s off shoulder; one grey mare, heavy in foal, branded w with over near shoulder; one bay mare, white face, off hind foot white, branded like AM with w or imitation w under near shoulder; one iron grey mare, black points, branded like "aT near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold August 16, 18G9, at noon. J. Dugan, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post office, Clare)-One bay mare, saddle marked, black points, long- tail, branded like w over - off shoulder; one bay or brown filly, black points...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Thursday evening. There are rumours afloat as to a Caucus meeting to-day, and an organised opposition to the Ministiy, but they have been denied. The agricultural areas of Gulnare, Brought on, Troubridge, and Narracoorte have been pro claimed open for selection on the 6th of Sep tember. Hie Excellency the Governor has issued new regulations respecting the audit of public accounts. Wheat market steady, at 4s. 6d. to 4s. 9d. per bushel. Flour unaltered.
FORRESTERS RAILWAY. (To the Editor of the NORTHERN ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
FORRESTERS RAILWAY. (To the Editor of tbe ROBTHEBX ABGUS.) CI TFC 1 .11 11 oir-Jfernaps you will allow me to make a few remarks, through your columns, in reference to the unreason able time the train leaves Tarlee, as an alteration that would admit of passengers travelling1 to Adelaide or any of the towns between the two places returning the same day would be much appreciated. At present the train leaves the terminus at 3 o'clock p.m., if my memory serves me right, which is a great disadvantage to the northern inhabitants; and in justico to them, alterations should be made so as to enable passengers to reach their destination at a reasonable hour. Eleven a.m. would be far more convenient to the settlers for a start than -3 p.m., especially those who have to travel by the mail-cart, as they are not benefited by the new rail way, for by continuing their journey in the mail to Kapunda, and thence by the mid-day train, they arrive in Ade laide before the train leaves Tarlee. If the newl...
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT ) July 27,1869. A utile amusement has been created by a lively correspondence between the Corporation and Mr. Samuel Tomkinson. The worth; banker a short time ago, scandalized by out rageous infringement of the laws of morality under cover of the darkness of Gilbert Place, which bounds the back premises of the abode of high respectability, wrote to the council offering to pay half the cost of a lamp there if placed permanently; also half the cost of one at the corner of King William and Ourrie streets. The council, however, appear to be in earnest as regards the practice of rigid economy and reduction of the overdraft, and as they seem determined not to allow the Gas Com pany to sell an extra foot of gas if they can help it, they replied to Mr. Tomkinson's ap plication by stating in the most friendly man ner that the council would permit the use of the lamps "at the expense of the Bank." Nothing daunted, Mr. Tomkinson makes a further request to ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
NEW SOUTH WALES. A young man, tlie son of Dr Hay ley has been aceidently shot, and the wound is considered dangerous. The Government intend letting; Cockatoo Island, and are consequently removing the convicts to Darling-hurst Gaol. A man has died at Baragang from animal poison, through the incautious handling of a dead sheep. A company has lately been formed in Sydney, for the purpose of working the Turnkey Reefs, with a capital of £36,000.
KOORINGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) July 28, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
KOORINGA. (FEOM OUE t)VN COEEESPONDENT ) July 28,1869. On Monday evemngthe Rev. L. W. Stanton gave a literary and musical entertainment at the Burra Hotel, but owing to there being other attractions, the attendance was not so large as usual. At the Institute, the Rev. W, Colley deli vered a lecture on the " Kussian War," dividing it iuto fuur parts, between caeh of which Mrs. Smith delighted the audience with her briiliait performance on the piano. Mies Coglin, a very juvenile performer, also discoursed some very sweet sounds cn the same instrument. Miss Perry sang "The Cottage by the Sea," " Charity," M Mother, I've Come Some to Die," and several other songs when encored. Mr. Moody sang "First Love" and "The Tight Little Island." Ttie entertainment, which was got up for the benefit of the Libra rian, passed off exceedingly well, everybody appearing to enjoy themselves, as manifested by the hearty laughing and rapturous applause. The collection amounted to £3 16s. The Wee ley ana1 s...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. The manager of the Park Company, Ballarat (Mr. Allen), lias been arrested on a chargc of stealing gold. Joseph Stubbs, a native of Stafford shire, and 52 years of age, has hung himself at the Woolshed. He liad been drinking very hard for several days. The Government of Victoria have received information from India to the effect that a large number of Melbourne grooms are wandering about the coun try without tlie means of subsistence or returning home. A few days ago, a man named Charles Middleton stabbed his wife in the face in two places, during a quarrel. The inhuman wretcli was lodged in a watch-house. A woman named Catherine Renouy lias been admitted into the Richmond Hospital, suffering from broken ribs, caused dy the brutality of her husband, who struck her with a piece of timber. He has been arrested by the Richmond Police. The Dunolly Express says :-u We heard on Thursday evening that Mrs. Perry, formerly Miss Cross, who, with her husband is liv...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE. MONDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLA.RE. MONDAY. JULY 26. Present-Messrs J. W. Q-leeson (in the chair), Bray, Hitchcox, and Hunter. The minutes of last meeting were read and con* firmed. Turnstile to be attended to. Clerk reported employing Mr. McKay to fence road by Mr. Carter's. Mr. Hunter proposed, and Mr. Hitchcox seconded, that Messrs. Credom and Bray inspect road near Mr. Trilling'#. Mr. Hunter proposed, and Mr. Bray seconded, that the clerk gets ruts filled up by Beckraan's. Messrs. Bray and Hitchcox reported inspect ing contract No. 37; progressing satisfactorily. Mr. Bradke reported getting work done at Spring G-ully Reserve for the sum of £11, by James McKinnon. Messrs. Hunter and Bradke reported inspecting contracts 47 and 49, and informing the contractor of the work required to be executed. Proposed by Mr, Hunter, seconded by Mr. Hitchcox. that Mr. Bradke be empowered to get cutting done between contract 47 and 49, Spring G-ully. Application received from Mr. Hector Boss to have certa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
SALE BY AUCTION AT CLARE. On SATURDAY,'3SEXT, the 31st JULY,] At 2 o'clock p.m. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEE. UNEER DEED OF ASSIGNMENT FORI BENEFIT OF CREDITORS. IN RE DONAGHEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION 88 above, on Saturday mxt the 31st inst, at 2 o*clock pfm., at Eeece'a Stockyards, Clare, 2 HORSES, and about £15 worth of a WHEELWRIGHT'S BOOK. DEBTS. After which Sale will be Sold A Lot of very useful HORSES, fit f.r Draught and Saddle, say about 40 head, . by order of Lir. Butler, of Armagh. To be eold without reserre. Terms at Bale. Clare, July 26,1869* W. LENNON, Auctioneer. R E APING- MACHINES. J. a. RAMSAY Is now prepared to take orders for REAPING MACHINES for the coming Harvest, at his MACHINE & IMPLEMENT FACTORY, CLARE. And as his character for making Machines is! unsurpassed for Clean Reaping, Good Thrash ing, Lightness of Draught, and Durability, he | appeals with confidence to the NORTHERN FARMERS for a share of their Patronage, ! and would request those who Intend havin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
L A E E B TE AM 3TL O U r] AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER PBOPMETOE. WHE AT always wanted at Highest Sates FOR CASH. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed; Corn always for sale. Grist Work promptly done, and Corn | Crushed. Jg AND C. BECKMABN,] WHOEESAIdS AUD RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS, | MAIN STREET, CLARE. Established 1855. IT B US N BREWERY.j 11 I The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to he had at THE AUBtJRN BREWERY. ^ILLIAM J. MoDONALD, CORN and CHAFF STORE, PORT STREET, AUBURN. floor, Pollard, Bran, Crushed Corn, Chaff, Potatoes, Onions, &c., constantly on Sale. Accommodation Yards on the premises. AP A E T K E , . Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, CLARE. N.B.-FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. JAMES G R E E N W O O D, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, a*. - BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. Main 6TBEET, ClABE. jpERCY W. DYER, CHEMIST asb DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. JJ D A W SON, SADDLER aku HARNESS MAKER, KOOBINGA. J M c C A U L , WA...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 30 July 1869
THE MABKETS. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 4s 6d to 4s 9d Flour, £11 to £13 OLABE. Wholesale Wheat 3s 6d Flour, £10 per ton of 2000 lbs Bran, 12d per bushel * Pollard, Is Id per bushel Chaflj £5 10s per Ton of 2000 lbs Fresh butter Is per lb Potted butteivnonfl Eggs, lOd per doz. Bacon, 8d per lb Cheese, none Potatoes, lis
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
The Nobtetebn Abgtts, which has m large and increasing circulation, is printed and published every Friday morning. The scale of charges is as follows' SUBSCRIPTIONS. For i quarter, prepaid... ... £0 2 O For the half-year, do 0 4 O Per annum, do ... 0 8 O Single copy .... ... 0 0 2 ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch-First ^insertions (each) £0 3 O Every subsequent do... 0 2 6 Per Line-One line ... ... £0 0 6 Two do 0 10 Three do ... ... 0 1 4 Every additional line 0 0 4 All orders should "be legibly written on the back of advertisements, and where no order is given, mil be inserted until countermanded or out of date. Prepayment is requested from all occasional advertisers. Remittances, can be made in notes, and money orders, or lb? small sums in postage stamps. Advertisements intended for publication can be received up to 10 a.m. on Thursday; and orders to countermand advertisements must be sent in (in writing) not later than Wednesday J^pOTICE TO aBTBBTISEES. The Scale of Discounts on repeate...
HOW TO MILK COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
HOW TO MILK COWS. All persons reared to farm labor should know how to milk a cow. So they do, generally, as far as drawing the milk from the udder is concerned. But that is only a part of the process. We have often seen this important labor so dirtily, bungling-ly, carelessly, and cruelly done, that we have wished that a milking school could be esta blished to show people how to treat their cows, and get the most milk, and to the best advantage, out of them. As every dairy-maid ought to know how a cow should be milked, either by ones, twos,* or fifties, we have some suggestions to make on the proper and best modes of doing it, both in the treatment of the cows and the conduct of the milkers. It has been much too common a way, where several cows are kept, in the grazing season, to drive them into yards, more or less filthy from the droppings, half the time muddy under foot, the cows hunching each other, frequently without sheds or shelter in bad weather, and doing up their work in a ...
LION HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
LION HUNTING. One of the lions was some distance in the rear of the other, and I set the laggard, of course, down for the brute I had wounded. Being* closely pur sued by two of the dogs, he was brought speedily to bay. Now was my time; and, stepping smartly out, I was soon within fifty paces of my mark, when, stooping down, I took a deliberate aim with the elephant rifle, and fired. The bullet passed through both the animal's shoulders, and he fell, managing nevertheless to raise himself en his haunches, in which: position, growling hideously, he lashed alternately his sides and the ground furiously with his tail. I, therefore, followed by Bonfield, ad vanced further towards him, and was about to put an end to his struggles, when the other lion who had stationed himself in the rear, in a thick bush a hundred yards or so off, came bounding! along with a ferocity of purpose in his j royal countenance such as I never saw 1 matched in one of his species. I was then in a kneeling posture...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
NEW SOUTH WALES. An attempt has been made to escape by the prisoners confined in Bathurst Gaol, but failed; they were headed by the bushranger Pearson, whose cell was afterwards inspected, when his irons were found to be cut, and that he had succeeded in cutting- a hole through the wall to facilitate his escape. The Government steamer Thetis has returned from a cruise to the north ward looking for wrecks, and reports having sighted a vessel believed to be the Douglas, ashore on Elizabeth Reef, the only apparent damage being that the rudder was unshipped. i Our Sydney telegram says that at a meeting held on Friday night, it was resolved to form a society for the aboli tion of capital punishment. A work of supererogation, surely, seeing that the authorities, having just pardoned Pearson, Captain Hovel, Eangi, and various other murderers, can scarcely carry out the extreme sentence of the law in mere ordinary cases of murder. Virtually they have already abolished the " Whoso sheddeth m...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1869. . THOSE who take an interest in politics can now indulge their taste in this respect, as the Governor, with the usual formalities, opened the business of the session on Friday .last. The viceregal speech was read, and honorable mem bers were left to business, or in the words of the address, " to the exercise of their impartial judgment, so that their deliberations may tend to improve our institutions, and to consolidate and advance the colony." Those who ex pected anything remarkable from the opening speech will be somewhat dis appointed, inasmuch as Ministerial policy with regard to the more impor tant questions is kept carefully out of sight. In the first place it refers with gratification to the appointment of His Excellency to the government of this province, then gives a passing glance at the recent visit of the Duke of Edin burgh ; a slight attempt at self-glorifi cation is then made by its authors in reference to the large and important railway works w...