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BRITISH GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

BRITISH GLEANINGS. We extract the followitig items from the Eome I Neux;— A trial trip has taken place of the Nautilus, a steam vessel fitted with what is called 'tin hydrau'ic propeller,' and is said to have been highly satisfactory. The new rnonve force differs greatly from paddles or screw propellers. The uigim1. aii' boiler arc the same, but the power is applied by ineaus of a water whtel ins-ide the ves-se!. Ttiis I wheel takes up the -water (which is admitted into I me iiuiM tas-e uoniainiiijj n oy uo;es sn uic uunumj and diiv-s it out again with great force hy two lizzies, one on each side of the vessel, above the wateifcne. Tie jower thus paine.l is said to Le similar to the recoil produced by firiusr a g'.in, and j its ac ion is, thus described: — 'Were a gu-i piaeecl j on a line with the keel, and fired towards the stern, i there would result a pressure, forcing a vessel for ward, equal to the fo; ce with which the ball left the pun. And if a contiuu'-us firi.g were kept u...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

THE MAIL CONTRACTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGDB. Sir— In yur issue f-f the 2nd instant you parade my n«me before the public as that of a despot, and as if the mail service cf the colony was at my dicta tion. You have also more than oree alluded to Messrs. Rounsevells* ' lump tender.' I would beg t.i inform you and the ptibHc 'Iwt there is not aim never has been any such cnntracf in exis'e- ce, hut all are separate contracts and the Postmaster n ? 1 1 ? ,1. ? /__L*.l 7^ 1 ? -J ' I vreiierai uh^ mt5 p'»wer ^wiuuu ne iias txerciM-u in more than one con'mcf during the present term) of giving me no'ice to quit ary one or all of the nn;i contracts I have, at any time he thought fit after the first year. It is well known fo the Postmaster-General tTiat I should only have b«jn too glnd ro have been r- lieved of all my preseiit conlrsc's at the expiration of the first year or at a y time, since. The only paying con'ryrct I iiad th-± Postmnsrer General gave rr.e ro ice to quit, and an...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. [Under this headin? we offer our readers an oppor tunity for the cour'eous and temperate discussion of local or general questions of public interest ; but we rlo not undertake to identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents. Letters must in all cases be accompanied lsy the name of the writer, net necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.j

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MORPHETT VALE. MONDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

MORPHETT VALE. Mosdat. June 18. Presen* — Al' the members. Mr. P- ter King, jun., waited on the Council fout;h iug the state, of the road opposite Ihe entrance to his premises. Resolved tt do the nrecsMry work on condition of Mr. Kiog partner half the expense. At the same time it was resolved that a- Mr King's was. a special case it should not be allowed to become a pre cedent.

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PORT YANKALILLA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

PORT YANKALILLA. SHIPPING. ARRiVKD. Monday, Jure 11 — Asaloista, schooner, 29 tons, J. VcLeod, master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — Sundries. 'I hursday, June 13 — Asalgista, schooner. 29 tons, McLto3, master, from Rapid Bay. Cargo — 122 bags copper ore, frr Port Adelaide. SAILED. Monday, June 11 — Axai.oista, schooner, 29 tons, McLeod, ' master, for Rapid Bay. Cargo — Part of original from Port Adelaide. Thursday, June 13 — Analgieta, schooner. 29 tons, McL«od, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo — 184 bags lead ore, 2 hhds. tallow, 2 pkgs. sundries.

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PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

PO2T KLLIOT AM) GOOLWA. Satuuhat, June 16. Presi-nt- Messrs Su'.iuau (Cbuinnan), B. Welsb, B. Cniish.and W. Kank-ne. Moroorial received fiora a nu:cber of settlers in Middle on. a-king for a culvert on the creek near Mr. Hayues's rcsider.ee. j The Council agreed with Mr. Hay nee for t!i-s work, ? and aUii mctalliug about 2 chains of the road { leading thereto, Mr. Haynes agreeing to a liberal donation in aid. The Surveyor to be instructed upon' Mr. Rankine's report to prepare a plan of the proposed T head on the jetty, with a view to enable the contractor to estimate the cost. Clerk to communicate -with Messrs. Jo1 nstone and Murphy, in reply to note received, that the Council would accept of £4 towards payment of repsirs to Varcoe's Jetty, arising out of the collision of the steamer. Letter read from Pr. Tooman, reporting favor ably upon a case of paurer sickness at Go Iwa. Letter from Mr. lliggins. Currency Creek, re questing to have the road cleared of stumps between Midrileton a...

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POET ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

PORT ADELATIXE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. June 15 — Adonis, schooner, from Hobart Town. 15 — Pjcaed, brigantine, from Brit-bane. 15— Sab ah, cutter, from Port Wakefield. 15 — Yodko Chief, cutter, from Port Wakefield. 16— Cbeswell, barque, from London. 16 — Flixdeks. Government schooner, from Victor Harbor. 16 — Ro?al Shepherd, steamer, from Wallaroo. 16— Kaxgaroo, steamer, from Wallaroo. 17 — CnAr.LOTTE Gladstone, ship, from Liver pool and Plymouth. 17— Ctxthia, schooner, from Victor Harbor. IS — Alchysiist, ohip, from London. 18 — Kaxoakoo, schooner^ from Port Mac Donnell. 18 — Crinoline, schooner, from Victor ITarbor. 18 — Lcbra, steamer, from Port Lincoln and Port Augusta. 19 — Octavia, ship, from London. 19— Murray, steamer, from Glastrow. 20 — Cooroxo, steamer, froaa Melbourne. CLEARED OUT. June 15 — Wosoi. Wonga, Bteamer, for Melbourne and Sydney. 15 — Niie, brig, for. Wallaroo. 15 — Kimac, ship, for Wallaroo. 17 — Pexola., steamer, for Melbourne. 18 — Foob Brothers, barge, for Port W...

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ONKAPARINGA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

ONK\PA!:INGA. Fanur. Jcse 16 Present — All the member:- except Mr. Hughus. Several raiojwv'-rs waited on the Council c-?nn-;-t irg ihaf repa rs hs made on a. road at pi-e-eiit da;i grrou- frorii a steep sideling beiwecu .S.ctiuns SSaud ?-?-. To be eijterLa'ijied. Permifsion was granted to Cha:l;# Hutchins to at'lit 6oi:i« felled ti ub;'.r on load near ftecuon So. 90. Ths Cieik to give the nee ssary noiice for tue election cf three c u::cill'r« and two auditors. Tenders a.ccpie1: — Mcl-ouatk & Co, N'o. 2X8; F. Wevland, No. 219; F. \\ niand, No. 22u. Teuriers to lj= i:ivit: .S for w-.rfc on roaj fro:n main line to a anls Lobeiiial. Iliads near Klsipsc'i's, at Niedoif. and alsa near Zimmerman's to b-; examined for repaiis. A letter was receive 1 fro;n the Manigor of the sSouth Autrali.-.ii C irrpin^ requesting the Cuncii'a consent to ci--ii-g certain iitip'S^aue aud u*--iess roads. The Council resolved tj uilow tlie r.als to be -.-I-i.«i-d, piovided the Onupatiy incus f:ie Hec^...

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COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, June 22, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

CO3IMERCUL, Southtrn Argus Office, Friday Evening, June 22, 1866. We have not heard of anything being done in the wheat market this week, and prices are merely nominal. In barley there have beep no transactions. Oats may be quoted at 6s. 3d. wholesale ; retarl, 6s. 6d. Potatoes have moved at ^£7 per ton, bags included. Hay — Superior trussed, delivered, .£5 10s. to M ; good wheaten, £7 to £&.

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ALDINGA. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

ALDINGA. Satukiiav, Ju.ne 16. Pre-eni — All the meiii' ers. Mr. Downing called the Cou:-cil'fl attention to the bail state of Dun ing's Hill. To i-e attended to. Mr. Cliff reported inspecting the road near Mr. E. Hewett's old ictidence. He was requested to get it repaired. Four tenders recuivt-d for ionnmg and metalling road near J PiittirsonV. J. J-ihtisi-nV- (s;i 2-. Gi. per roi) accepted. Payinunls-, £'2') o-. K'd.

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LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. j~By Electric Telegraph.] [From, our own Correspnndent.J Fiiday Evening, June 22. Wheat has advanced on last week's quo tations, aad may he considered firm at 7s. per bushel. Flour, £15 to £16 10s. per ton. A quantity of Melbourne beef has been sold at 38s. to 61s. per lOOlbs.

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ECHUNGA. MONDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

ECHUNGA. Monday, June IS. Prrsent — AH the members except Mr. August Paech. Mr. Atwell reported the work near Crafcrs was in pr.gress. Mr. Maralyn reported he had succeeded in getting the work done near r.cliunjia Ga:d--n-, for £1 10-!. The Chairman and Mr. llartlvn to examine the streets in Kchunga, with a view to repair the same. Mr. G. E. Sawer wrote and resigned his appoint ment as audi'or Received, £20 1C-?.; paid, £24 53.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Skotl. — lour questions are not in our line, and if w. ansiccred you according to our light tee might pro bably mislead you. Club together, and spend 6j. Sd. D. H., Maclarcn Vale. — Yuur letter of May 31 Kas mislaid, and only turned tp this week. Write again. Wlu $tfittltet* IUjM1*1 POST ELLIOT, SATURDAY, 23rd JUXE.

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NAIRNE. MONDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

KAIRXK. Monday, Jcxe 11. Present — Al! tin- int-nibi is. The assessiueut boi;k was revised for the ensuing year. \V. 'fillcy. Inspector of Brands for Knnmantoo War-3, sent in his resignation, which was accepted. Mi. A. Like was nppoititid his s-uecessor. Survr-vor to mak-: a small deviation at Sections 1S32, 1833, and 1822. and prepare specification-- for ?he necessary w. rk, td be submitted to ntxt meeting for sppiovul. Tenders to be invited for the work on new mad near Stauuliton. Ca'ch drains tn be made in the road between J. Kain's st'dLingliL-iu's suctions. Mr. A. : yo-.is to remove his fence at Kairne to iis right place. Depasturing fc'%s fixed. Receipts, £6 los. 9 ; payments, £42 14 s. 8d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

Wants. \\TXn!-. ;x MKN for Bo«d Work. Apply to * \ .J. -=. ll'ii-diiiir, conTrsctnr, Hindmarsh Bridge. lyANTPB to PURCHASE, some good :* OIlKF.i'XS and LAYIKG HENS; also, a f.-w vou.-is i^UCKS. Apply at the Southern Argus ? fir, ]' i- Mliot. Public Notices. NOT10R \ mUt DEBTORS 1o the Estate KEQUIKIXG { L of the lato WILLIAM IMJOMFT I PARK HILL, cf Port Elliot, ATTENTION -' Surgeon, are informed that in con j-equ'i:ce of th-ir taking no notice of previons applications. SUMMONSES have been ISSUED sgai net each person in arrear on hia books, which will remain for one week in the hands of the Clerk of -the Coun ; and if debts and costs are not paid within ibst tiire the Summonses will be delivered to the -BailiC without respect to the cost of mileage. ia some cases serious. CHAULES LOWE, Solicitor to the Estate. May 21, 1866. PHOTOGRAPHY. 'YT O T I C E . — MESSRS. HARTITZSCH and -L^ HANSSEN, Photographers, have commenced the bu-iness of their pr«ression at Mr. Gosling's privase residen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

a* ? Shipping. ? s&.&p^ QTJ3AM TO MELBOURNE.— --^ijjivlW -O Time Table for the Month of J»ue.— The ALDJNGA AMD COORONG ?wiij sail on the following dates :? — Fbom Adelaide. Feosi MeCbodbne. Aldinga, June 26. Coorong, June 26. Coorong, ' 30. Aldinga, ' 30, Carrying Goods and Passengers. J. DAKWENT, «ranfeU-stteet. rj^ i^LIPPER Schooner CYNTHIA, 65 tons, JM|\ Vj C. Heath, master. The owners fcf the ipBfcf' feet-sailing clipper Schooner CYNTHIA kg to intimate to the Settlers, Storekeepers, and others resident in the Southern District that the ?bore vessel is now regularly trading between Port Adelaide and Port Victor, and trust by care and punctuality to obtain a share of their support. The RATES of FREIGHT on Goods from Port Adelaide to Port Victor by this Vessel hare been REDUCED to 10s. 6d. PER TON. At : ts at Port Victor, - ? ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & GO. Agents at Port Adelaide, F. B. JONES & CO. VICTOR HARBOR AND GOOLWA. 6. S. BEAD, /CUSTOMS. SHIPP...

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING.. AliRIVED. Sunday, June 17 — Mcerat, steamer, 313 tins, Berry, master, from Glasgow February 14- Pts sengerF — Mrs. Berry and family, in the cabin ; aud 14 in the steerage. Same day — Gulkare, schooner, E. Jenkins, master, from Melbourne. Friday, June 22— Gem, cutter, 62 tons, Lethaby, ap&sier, from Port Adelaide. SAILED. June 18— Mcbbat, steamer, 313 tons, Captain Eerrv, for Port Adelaide. Passengers — Mrs. Berry, and family, Captain Jobnsfr n, and W. C. Murphy, in the cabin; and 12 in the steerage. Ca«ajo— Original from Glasgow. IMPORTS. Cargo of the Murray, fiom Glasgow — 32 cases galvanized iron, 5 boxes, Order; 11 coils rope, 1 box, 2,105 flooring-boards, J. Dickers; 13 casks beer, G, Alston ; 1 half-baTrel herrings, T. Venus ; 4 boxes, D. and W. Murray ; sundry pkjrs. material for building rive* steamer Platypus, Johnston and ilnrphy. Cargo of the Gdlu abb, from Melbourne— 95 pkgs. P. C. Greayer} 4 do, II. Sparks; 1 engTne, 1 case, Acr...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. YANKALILLA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ? -A- ? YANKAI ILLA. Satcri-ay. June 16. Present — All the members. Mr. Day reported that the Inspector let *o (i. Cotton repairs to road near Bald Hills Post Office fir £2 10--; a'so having got lepairs done to ! aid Hills road for £2 Is. 3-1. 1 ettcr tend from Mr. Frost, offering to complete contract at Big Gorge for ±'13. Accepted. Letter from Crown Lai:ds office, stnt-ng tha' instni'rtinns have h--ei- issu'd f-ir withdrawal from enf^ nf ^Fo.rioi* 11(& in tT»is ciistri t,. Mr. WhHelaw's i.ff-r to cut three chains of side linsr road near his place fr £3 w:-.a accejitvd. The Chairman referred havinp let o 1J. Brown fill:rjr ruts on toad between irectious. 1015 and 1034 fo-- £5. Mr. Dav's nff r accppted to allow a deviat:on o'' Tna.i thr-ngh his section for £5 provided 'he land tut off Jovk ro-- exci-ed ono acre. Uesulved tbai the In-pector peg -m' the roail and make ^ur ilie specifi ! caions to cut the roar), a;:d for building a b-iflge. L''tt-r n-ad fiom ...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

CENTRAL ROAD BOAHD. Tuesday, June lg. Present — Messrs. A. Hallt-.tt (Chairman). \V. Everard, M.P , G. McEwin. J.P., ' . S. K Hy, JP , E. Bowman, J P., H. E. Bright, M I'., mid H. J. Andrews (Secretary) ; District Cliairmai. — Mr. J. Kane (Portland Estate); Supenin, n iiuc: Pur veyors — Messrs. Ashwin, llargrave, Hh. ppard, and Morris. The following report of so much of the Board's proceedings as relate to the J?ouihern L-Isti ict is con densed from the Register : — SOUTH DISTRICT. surveyor's hlpoet. The Superintending Surveyor iepo:ted the fol lowing contracts satisfactorily completed : — No. 1486. Bull's Creek-road, new Lridge and ap proaches s'.t Fir.tii.ss Flat. No. 1727. Soutli-ro-d, ptovlding ard delivering 1.000 cubic yards of 2$ -inch metal, 16th to 21st mil' j.ost. No. 1742. South road, shou'deriug road, &c, near the Kangaroo Inn. The following contracts wire in progress, av.d were reported as 'satisfactory'1: — No. 1675. Em ounter Bay Branch, making road near Him! ...

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CHILI. [Via Melbourne.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

CHILI. fVia Melbourne.] [By Electric Teuegkaph. j [From our own Correspondent J Melbourne, Friday Evening-. Intelligence from Chili reports naval engage ments between Spanish and Chilian vessels.. Tbe Spaniards retired, and the object of th& bloekade was defeated. Seventeen vessels were loading with bread stuffs. The supply far exceeds that of previous years. Commerce ie carried on through the neutrat portf. 50 -

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