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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS VICTORIA. Mi*. Trainor accidentally shot Mr. Wells, of Hamilton, in the knee, a few days ago. Scab has broken out on several runs in the Wangaratta district. Mr. Stutt, M.L.A., has commenced proceedings against Mr. Alexander Fraser Ross for " a libel in publishing a letter addressed to the Commissioner of Crown Lands." The other day a woman named Ann Wurling attempted to cut her throat at Caledonia Flat. She appears to have been drinking heavily, and in a fit of delirium attempted to put an end to her existence. A young man named Hope has been brought before the City Court, charged with stealing £4 from a laborer about his own age. It appeared from the evidence elicited at the trial that he made the acquaintance of the prose cutor at a labour mart. During con versation, Hope mentioned that he had been out of employment for a period of six months, and was penniless, upon which his companion took him to a dining-room and paid for his dinner, and in the evening gave ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Thursday erenioe. The nineteenth annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce took place to-day. Mr. Tomkinson introduced a motion affirming the d-r sirability of the lesumption of assisted immi gration. A debate ensued, and the motion iras carried. Id the Supreme Court, the case of the Govern* ment v. Hill and Others, for breach of late railway contract, came on for hearing. The plaintiffs were nonsuited, on the ground that t? e contract was illegal. His Excellency Sir James Fergnsaon haa paid a visit to the country in company with the Governor of Western Australia. There » a demand for wheat, but littls offering.
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," July, 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," July, 29.) Impounded at the public pound, Section, 149, Spring Gully, in the Hundred of Clare (Sevenhills nearest post-office)-One old bay horse, star, black points, like G over - off shoulder, k near shoulder; one light bay mare, black points, no brand visible; one light grey mare, branded T off shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold August 23, 1869, at noon- James Dugan, pound keeper. Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Clare)-One bay mare, stripe down face, branded l/T near shoulder; one brown colt, like illegible brand off shoulder, near hind foot bumble. If not claimed, will be sold August 23, 1869, at noon. Geo. Ileece, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 3040, Hundred of Ivooringa (nearest post-office, Bedruth)-One roan filly, BO near neck, bo off shoulder; one light brown mare, near hind. foot white, hk conjoined with ft over near shoulder, DW near saddle, like ij off shoulder; one fle...
POLICE COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, AUG. 2. (Before Mr. McDermott, S.M.) THOS. REED W. P. MATTHEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
POLICE COURT-CLARE. TUESDAY* AUG. 2. (Before Mr. McDermott, S.M.) THOS. BES9 T. P. MATTHEWSV The defendant, who is a poundkeeper, was charged under the 25th clause of the Impound' mg Act, with wroi gfully describing a bullock impounded in the Whitwarta Pound, the pro perty of Thomas Seed. Miv Qower for plam tiff, and Mr. Hosier for defendant. Thos. Reed, son of the plaintiff, deposed' to missing one of his fathers' bullocks on the 25th of May. Through information received he proceeded to ti e Whrwarta pound, where he found the bullock. The poundkeeper, said he had impounded the bul'ock himeeifj and also stated the time. Went to the pound on the 13th of June. The bullock is branded BC on rump, M under thigh, 50 on ribs,, and S& on off shoulder. He was described in the pound keeper's book, and a so in the " Government Gazette," as only branded C on off rump. Told defendant that he had not properly described the beast; he paid he was going'to readvertise him ih thd "Gazette.** ...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. STANLEY. SATURDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
DISfftlCT COUNCILS. STANLEY. SATGBDJLF, JULY 24. Present-Messrp. Thompson, Prre*fc (Chair man), J. Brown, P. D^wd, Meany, and W". Bowman. Chairman etated that be bad let completion of con'racts 32 and 33 to Mr. T, Brown for amount Council agreed to give. Council to meet Messrs. Terr and Wtlmot to arrange for deviation of road through section 315. Contract 35 passed for payment. Clerk produced constable's lietj to be posied, and objections heard at nest nrotinp. Roads to be closed : Between eectior e 294 and 314; 366 and 367 ; 347 and 348; and 278 and 340. Slaughtering licenses granted to T. fmith and 3. BbbinBon. Council a»re-d to superintend works. Mr. W. IS. Giles reappointed clerk. ^Receipts, £610s; payments, £9 10-.
LOCAL COURT—CLARE. (Before Mr. McDermott, S.M.; Mr. J. Gleeson, J.P., Mr. Melville, J.P.) KING V. PEACOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
LOCAL COURT-GLARE. (Before Mr. McDermott, S.M.; Mr. J. Gleeson, J.P., Mr. Melville, J.P.) KING T. PEACOCK. Unsatisfied judgment. 'JL'iie amount claimed was ordered to be paid within fourteen days. KING v. JONES. Unsatisfied judgment. The defendant was ordered to be imprisoned for forty days, unless the amount claimed be sooner paid. GLEESON Y. 6EENOEB. Unsatisfied judgment. ' Defendant in this case was also ordered to be imprisoned for thirty days, unless the amount be sooner paid. Juby CASE. PATERSON V. B&W1CKB. Claim £29 3s. 6cL, for work and labor done to a buggy, the property of defendant, who pa^d £18 into Court, as the amount agreed upon for the execution of the work, and £1 for eome extras. Mr. Hosier for plaintiff; Mr. Gower for defendant. After a number of witnesses, including the plaintiff and the defendant^ had been examined, the presiding Magistrate addressed the Jury, who returned a verdict for £25, including the amount paid into Court. I.EISTZNG- V. MALYCHA. Pl...
FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
FOREIGN. There were serious riots three days last week in Paris on the Boulevards, and a strong military force was employed, but no blood was shed. The authors were ruffian*, not poli ticians. Paris is now tranquil. More than a thousand political prisoners have been confined iH the Bicetre since the last outbreak in Paris, and amongst them were several Englishmen. The Empetor and his Ministers have already anxiously deliberated on the new aspect of political affairs. Tne blue riband of the French turf, the d-rand Pr:ze of Paris, was won on Sunday by M. Lupin's G-laneur. The Drummer, who ran for the Derby, was second, and Bysworth third. It was fully expected that the prise would be carried off by the representative of an English stable, and the Drummer was backed at evens for a large sum of money. The new Spanish Constitution was on the 1st definitely voted by the Cortes. The 55 Republican members who opposed the final acceptance of the Constitution, have an nou' ced that they will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
PROSPECTUS OF IHE GLARE HALL PIANOFORTE COMPANY (LIMITED). v ^ ^ CAPITAIj-£60, in Shares of £16ach. To be registered tinder ihe Juiut-Stjck Com panies Ordinance, of 1858. Pbo^koxebf : T. W. Powell A. H. Pi ice ~ J. W. D. Bain J. Bastard C.Beekmann . The object of this Company is to supply a long-felt want by purchasing a Pianoforte for the Town Hall, Clare. It is estimated that the Pianoforte could be let once every three weeks on au average, at 15s the night, r^pre eentirg on annual income of £12, and tliue showing a profit of 20 per cent, per ai>num. Applications for shares will be received bj ihe HOP. Sec, or either of the Promoter.", in ihe form given below, a deposit oi 5* j er share to accompany the application. As half the requisite number of Shares is already applied for, the list will do eon Friday, August 13;h. Notice of allotment will then be given, and a General Meeting of Share holders will be held, at the Town Hall, on Monday, the 16th instant, at Half-past Seven p....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
I A B E STEAM FLOUB AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Pbopbietor. WHEAT always wanted at Highest Bates ^ FOB CASH. Hour, Brail, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed Corn always for sale. Christ Work promptly done, and Corn Crashed. £jT AND C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS, MAIN STREET, CLABE. Established 1855. UB UBN B B E W E B Y. The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBUBN BREWERY. "^?illiam j. MCDONALD, CORN ASD CHAFF STORE, POET STREET, AUBUBN. Floor, Pollard, Bran, Crushed Corn, Chaff, Potatoes, Onions, &cM constantly on Sale. Accommodation Yards on the premises. AP A E T K E, . Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, CLABE. NJB-FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. J A M E S G E E E N WOO D, CHEMIST, AND DBUGOIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STBEET, CLABE. JpEBCY W. DYE B, CHEMIST axd DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. JJ D A W SON, SADDLEB ASd HARNESS MAKER, KOORINGA. J M c C A U L , WATCH AND CLOCK MAK...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
THE MABKJEIS. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 49 7d to 4s 8d Flour, £10 7e 6d to £12 lOd CLA.EE. Wholesale Wheat 3s 6d Flour, £10 per ton of2000 lbs Bran, 12d per bushel Pollard, Is Id per bushel Chaf£ £5 10s per Ton of 2000 lbs Fresh butter 8d per lb Potted butter, none Eggs, 8d per doz. Bacon, 7d per lb Cheese, none Potatoes, lis
SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
SUMMARY OF NEWS. The Prince attended both Epsom and Ascot races. Princess Christian has recovered from her indisposition. Last night there was a state ball at Backing ham Palace. Some 1,600 guests were present. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Arthur, Princess lionise, Crown Prince of Denmark, Prince and Princess Teck, &c», were also there. The Queen has been pleased to extend to the officers and men in the navy and marines em ployed In operations in Nev'^a^uid from 1845 to 1847, and from 1860 to X866, the same medal which is Awarded for service in the army. It will be grazrted id those stimvon who formed part of the naval brigade on shore, and took actual part in the operations" against the anemy. An important despatch from Lord Granville on the proposed guaranteed loan for New Zealand has been published. The New Zea land Government had deputed Mr. Fitzherbert to try to obtain from the Treasury a guarantee for a lean of £1,500,000. The despatch is enclosed with a co...
MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
MAURITIUS. Fever, during the past and previous monthp, has been unusually prevalent at Flacq. In Port Louis there has been a diminution. The mortality in Port Louis from fever, from 1st January, 1867, to 21st May, 1869, has been 28,776. The levee of his Excellency the Governor on the Queen's birthday was very numerously attended. An Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition w fixed to take place on the 12th August. A ball given on the 1st June in honor of her Majesty's day was a brilliant affair. Annual races will be held on the 8ib, llih, and 14th August.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, July 14. The news received from South. Australia of the success of the exploration party has caused much discussion in England. The French Ministry have resigned. In America the Conservatives have carried Virginia. There is a Ministerial crisis in Madrid. Mr. R. D. Hanson, Chief Justice of South Australia, is to be knighted. The BQ1 as amended has passed through the Committee of the Lords. The Great Eastern is announced to have laid 1,700 miles of the French Atlantic cable. Jn.vttae'Hduse of Commons last night Mar quis of Hartington introduced a Bill for the purchase by Government of the telegraphs of the United Kingdom. " The railway question between France and Belgium has terminated, a settlement having been come to on points1 of a satisfactory nature to France. The- mediation of England is understood to have assisted to a great extent in the settlement. Colonel Torrens has delivered a capital speech in reply to arguments disparaging to the Australian col...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
INDIA. A serious accident happened on the Bombay and tfaroda Railway near Etola. A passenger train ran into a bullock lying upon the line, where several carriages were overturned and two smashed. Eleven passengers were killed, and seven wounded. The loss of human life caused by the late cyclone in lower Bengal is estimated at 10,000. The men concerned in the fruna conspiracy, shortly after the first Seikh war, and who have been in prison since, hare sow been released by the Government of India. The Imperialists under Tso*tsung-tang have at length gained a signal victory over the Mahomedau rebels, 20,000 of whom have been killed, and as many ponies or mules captured, while 10,000 who professed to be detained in the rebel ranks against their will have been liberated. The Austrian expedition to the Far East kas arrived at Hongkong. Insults to f jreignera are reported as of com mon occurrence. An outbreak is imminent between the Mikado and the Daimios with their retainers in Ycddo.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
COMMERCIAL. ^ .1 A J # t_. t wool-second series ot sales commenced on 5th May, and terminated on I9tb June, con sisting of the following:-Victorian, 95,168 bales; New South Wales, 40,594; Adelaide, 10,6821 New Zealand, 21,058. Second series of wool sales commenced 5th May. and terminated 19th June, consisting of 10,682 bales of Adelaide. Prices had declined 20 per cent, upon the cheapest point of March series. Improvement afterwards took place to the extent of 5 to 10 per cent., which up to the close of the sale was fairly maintained. Adelaide wool have been very much depressed; quantity was large and the condition was generally inferior to last clip. Scoured fine South Australian Is 2d to Is 3d; greasy, 5d to lOd. Next sales commence about 5th August; quantity anticipated, 200,000 bales. Bullion.-Upwards of half a million in gold arrived from Australia. Copper.-Burra, £78 per ton j Wallaroo, £78. Consols 92| to £ for money, and 92f for July.
ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
ADELAIDE. (FBOX OUB OWN COEEEBPONDENT ) August 4. Xhe English mail has again put in an ap pearance with the most commendable punc tuality. Its arrival on the day due may now be loofced for with almost as much certainty as the northern trains, and, as one of the dallies points out, it is quite clear that as the rate of apeed is far within the capability of the vessels now employed, to say nothing of what steamers might be built to accomplish, on such a line, the time has arrived for raising the standard of speed between Galle and Sydney, and placing im several days nearer I&lt;ondon. I'ho news is not very etrikiHg. Commercial men cannot find much comfort, even though wool is re* j ported to be looking up, and copper has slightly improved, whilst the sens&tional'loving w public are utterly Ignored, The Irish Church Sill fawn passed through its chief stages in the . House of Lords, so that all anxiety as to the success of this measure is now removed. As regards the Amer...
LOCAL COURT ARRANGEMENTS. (To the Editor of the NORTHERN ANGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
LOCAL COUBT ARRANGE MEETS. (To the Editor of the JKOMTHEEN ABGUS.) SIR--I wish through your columns to call attention to the peculiar absurdity and irjuBtice of the arrangements at the Clare Local Court. On Tuesday, July 6th, I attended the said Court all day, as party in a case, which was called on about dark. As there was then no full Court it could not be beard; consequently plaintiff, defendant, and four witnesses, to say nothing of the counsel on each Bide, had to retire tdl the next sitting of the Court, which took place yesterday. In the meantime, it had been decided to try the case by jury, and all parties concerned attended the Court punc tually at 10 o'clock, naturally supposing the case would be called on first, when to their astonishment they were informed it would come off last on the list, the whole morning having been occupied by one or two trumpery police cases, which ought to have been settled in half an hour, and the afternoon having been taken up by one or two fre...
KAPUNDA. (FROM OUR OWR CORRESPONDENT.) August 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 6 August 1869
KAPUNDA. (FCOM OUB OWJT COBBEBPONDENT.) August 4th. The dry weather lately experienced in this neighborhood appears to hare broken upt as beautiful showers "have been falling for several days, to the gratification of the farmer?. We are now about to have what has long been required in this town, and the want of which has been felt very much, especially by agriculturists, viz., a flour tnilL Messrs. Rowett and Hooper have commenced one, and are progressing satisfactorily with the work. They anticipate the completion of the mill before harvest. I am given to understand that several fresh tributers have been pet on at the mine. A ereat many miners have left here of late. [For want of space, we have been obliged to curtail our correspondent's letter.-ED.]