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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

9 NEW SOUTH WALES. TBt Electric Telegraph.'! 1 From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, Friday Evenine. I A vessel bottom upwards has been eeao about 2.0 miles off the Sydney Heads. The Keith's Victory, foundered, while enter ing the Heads on Thursday night. Two men. were lost. Heavy gales have been prevailing. One of the murderers of the Chinaman at Goulbum was arrested soon after the murder..

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE. Adelaide, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

ADELAIDE. I From our own Correspondent, j Adelaide, June 21. The anniversary of the Queen's Accession was loyally kept, and, by a bappy arrangement, by the inost striking and unusual demonstrations. Crowds 'were assembled in front of the Town Hall at noon as the guns thundered a royal salute and the bells pealed forth a merry chime. The great event is now over, the Town HaU is opened, the Mayor presided in his rubes, His Excel lency and suite appeared in their uniforms, the ^icera of the civil service appeared in their uniforms, other Mayors, Cabinet Ministers, M.P-'a, and Judges were grouped around His Worship the Mayor of Adelaide.' Eight hundred loyal subjects and en thusiastic citizens and visitors feasted, drank, and hurrahed in evidence of their loyalty and in honor of the great event they were met 10 celebra'e. At 6 o'clock the bells ceased chiming, and the business of the evening commenced. For particulars I must refer you to the newspapers of today, as I could not do justic...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CALIFORNIA. [Via Melbourne.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

CALIFORNIA. I Via Melbourne.! I By Electric Telegraph.1 j [From our own Correspondent.! Melbourne, Friday Evening. We have later dates from California. The prospects for the next harvest are the. best ever known. The quantity of land under cultivation is quite unprecedented.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) Friday Evening, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. - LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentwoxth and Adelaide. 1 I By Electric Telegraph.! 1 Front our own Correspondent. I Friday Evening, June 22. At Kulnine, on the 16th, the river bad risen between two and three feet. The steamer Wentworth was preparing for a start, and the Queen and the Albury were to have started on Monday last. There had been steady rains, and all anxiety as to stock was removed, as there appeared to be every prospect of a fair season : and it was expected the rising of the river would continue. Intelligence from Wentworth, dated. 16tb June, says the Murray and the Murrumbidgee were rising slowly. If the rise continued Captain Randall expected to get down to - Goolwa in a week from that day. The river has risen 13 inches where the Bogan and the Moolgewanke are, but a rise of another loot is wanted before they can get over the sand bar between them and Went worth. On the 17th June the Darling had rises two feet four- inches. The Pride of t...

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ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

ROADS. We have taken exception in former issues to the ronds policy at present enforced in this colony. We have shown that if the present order of things continues a few years longer the whole of the fund available for road pur poses will bs absorbed for maintenance ; and, in fact, that year by year, until that climax arrives, the mere balance now appropriated to construction will necessarily deerease. It is this fatal impolicy more than anything else which is retarding and will continue to retard tlie development of the resources of the colony, and hold the most profitable settlement of the country in abeyance. But we object to the details as well as to the principles of the present road policy of the colony. It is not only that the Board fails to make new roade with reasonable and necessary expedi tion ; but we shall be able to show by actual illustration that under the system that is now being pursued very much of the expenditure sanctioned by the Board is absolutely and complete...

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BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. MORRIS V. LINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. MORRIS A'. LINLEY. At the Liverpool Ass'zes, before Mr. Justice Mel lor. This was an action for dimrges arising out of a breach of promise «f marriage. The ac ion was not defended. Mr. Charles liu?sell, in Ftating the circumstances of tbe case, said the plaintiff was J the daughter of a gentleman who some years ago j carried on business in Manchester, but was now | dead, and that since his death ths plaintiff had re- J sided with her mother in Liverpool, where the de- j fendant also resided, and carried on the business of a grocer. The acquaintance between them com menced some years ago, and the correspondence extended as far back as 1863. A great many letters had passed, full of very amatory expressions, and interpersed with poetry, which was decidedly su perior to the letters, the one being original, and the other borrowed. He should not read the whole of them, but it would be necessary lo read those which contained the promise to marrv. For instance...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL. NEWS. VICTORIA. J Bt Electric Telegraph.! {From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening:.. The Catholic- Bishopric of Melbourne is to be divided into two Bees after the arrival oif ? ^ the May mail, and no.more bishops are to b& appointed for Australia. It is. reported the Davenport Brothers have been arrested in Melbourne under an assumed name. A lode of copper ore of good quality and: three fathoms wide has been struck on the Thompson River by the Gipps Land Copper.* Miners-' and Tributers'' Company. hir John Manners Sutton has been appointed to. the Governorship of Victoria. The enquiry into the loss of the steamer Ant has resulted; in the suspension of Captain,. Harrison's certificate for nine months. There have been five wore foreign arrivals of breadstuff's. Wheat, 7s. 6d. Sales of Adelaide flour hav.e been made at £17 to £il 10s. The Aldinga sails to-morrow.

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THE LOVES OF THE BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

THE LOVES OP THE BOROUGHS. I From the Saturday Review 1 TIip fir.'t sensations of warm, confining bearts on uniting tlemseTycs to 6ome beautiful blushinp con stituency wbrse affections they have won, are not unlike wliatgeiting married must feel lite, if we are to Uke the experiences of man ied people. _ Mo«t wo Tien, sit one period in thvir life, have a right to exjvet to be ci.fidered ancels. It is quite wfubI i.nd prnner tlmt they sh- uld. Fashions alter ; and it is not essential :n tnese- d»vs to propose, uai _i« ] and. upon one's knees. (Iretna Green has dis apvci'rod, and with it all the d«-l:ghts of illicit con nuhial'tv. But it is imperative to maintain, as a foit of Fortieth Article, that the blue eyed or black eyed bei'g in whom you have attached y.iurself is an angel. The world could not get on -without it. and «=o excellent a drctrine, which has 1he merit of suiting the taste of I'Oth Btxes. is not likely to he liphtly given up. The political honeymcon which fo*l-iws on ...

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday Evening, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS:. jBr Electric Teleobaph.1 [From omr own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, Jjune 22: The Assembly appointed without debate * Committee to prepare an address to the Queen to remove Judge Boothby. The address will be debated on Tuesday. Mr. Everard obtained from the Chief Secre tary public assurance, that, the Postmaster General is considering the question of the r»outnern mail service, witn a viewot expediting' the delivery. Mr. Parker'B opinion to Government with: reference to Mir. Justice Boothby is unfavor able to the Judge. The Town Hall ball to-night is a magnifi cent affair — nearly 1,000 being present. Mr. H. K. Hughes aadi Captain J. W. Smith are candidates for the suffrages of the electors of the district of Port Adelaide. Bishop Shiels will be consecrated after the arrival of th« May mail. Sixty men have been enrolled in the. Scottish volunteer company. Captain Thunderbolt has been arrested and; brought before the Police Magistrate. He was committed on se...

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

Auctions On THURSDAY, July 5, at 2 o'clock. SALE BY AUCTION. AT WATERPORT. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, *c. W GARDNER has received instnic ions from ? Mr. W. Ambrose, to sell at his residence, Waterport, on Thursday, July 5. at 2 o'clock — All lis HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. ALSO, (if not previously disposed of) — A well-built Bripk HOUSE and LAND. Terms easy. ? MONTHLY SALES AT MIDDLETON. Wlf. HODGSON, AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR, J\. MllDLETOS ASD POKT ELLIOT, Begs to intiifmte that he has again commenced holding Monthly Sales at Middieton of HOUSES. CATTLE, SHEFP, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c, and that he will hold the NEXT SALE ox FRIDAY, JULY 6, At 2 o'clock p.m. Good Stockyards, and commodious Storage iqi all classes of Goods Sales attended to in any part of the South, with the greatest, promptitude. JAMES CLOSE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER STRATHALBYN, Attends Sales in any part of the Colony. WILLIAM GXRDNER, PORT ELLIOT AND VICTOR HARBOR, A VCTl OyEES AM- VALUATOR, Salesman a...

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THE LATELY-DECLARED PORT IN THE SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT—PORT CAROLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1866

THE LATELY-DECLARED PORT IN THE SOUTHEASTERN BLijTKiCT-r.PORT CAROLINE. The following letter has been addressed tQ the editor of the Stgisler : — Sir — From the circumstance of our long residence — IS years — on a very singular and most important part of the coast, it devolves upon us the responsi bility to record aud make much more prominently known than hitherto, with scrupulous accuracy, detailed facts which will affect the interests of many. To South Australia it must be in the mo=t suL stantial sense interesting, as it will extend her power and capacity at once by a very small outiay lightly directed. 1 his is no theoretical statement — 20 to 25 miles of substantial roadway, aud extension of jetty, with the addition of some moorings, will do it. From Cape Jaffa's outh ing ietfs, running north wards in a straight line 21 miles, intersecting the coastline, there is withiu one of the most extraor dinary harbors known ; its maximum breadth L; five jniJes, Without any protection to ...

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

GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Monday, June 18 — Maranoa, steamer, 50 tons, Peter Johnston, master, from Blanchetown. In     ballast Tuesday, June 19 — Ian Dhu, schooner, 12 tons. Thomas Willis, master, from Hindmarsh Island Cargo — 80 bags wheat, Barker and Co. Thursday, June 21 — Ian Dhu, schooner, 12 tons-, Thomas Willis, master, from Hindm&rsh Island. Cargo — 80 bags wheat. Barker and Co. SAIIED. Tuesday, June 19 — Lady Augusta, steamer, 100 tons, William Barber, master, for Upper Rivers, with; full cargo. Same day — Iau Dhu, schooner, 12 tons, Thomas Willis, master, for Hindmareh Island. In ballast. Wednesday, June 20 — Maranoa. steamer, 50 tons. Peter Johnston, master, for Upper Rivers. Cargo— 750 bags flour, 9 bales hay. MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. Myrick's new barge is now finished, and will be launched on Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Her dimensions are as follows, viz.: — length, 80 feet ; beam, 17 feet; depth of hold, 5 feet — and will carry 63 tons ...

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REMINISCENCES OF EARLY SETTLEMENT IN THE SOUTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

REMINISCENCES OF EARLY SETTLE MENT IN THE SOUTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHER* AHOnS. Sir — As you ara misinformed in stating the*. th« remains of 'Sir Jo'm Jefcitt rest in the vicinity of Victor Harbor, perhaps it may amuse somo of your readers to be furnished with a correct -iccoaut. Mr. Thos. Straneways, Mr. A. V. Lindsay, and mvself had in December, 1837. arrived in this neigh borhood on an exploring expedition, and having been joined by Captain Bleukintop, then commanding a whaling establishment at Victor Harbor, he dis patched a whalebiat by the Murray Month to Goolwa, while we proceeded thither by 'land with our dray. The bf-at entered the river with little diffi culty, but shipped pome water. Having examined and named Currency Creek, Hindmarsh Island, and Points Start and Macleay, we were obliged by a heavy gale and rain to laud under the lee of Point sjturt, where wo rigged a small tent with the sail and oars, but the wind and raiu were so violent that when we got up in the...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. [Under this heading we offer -onr readers an oppor tunity for the courteous and temporate discussion of local or general questions of public interest ; but we do not undertake to identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents. Letters meet in all cases be acccmpsuiied by the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, bat as a guarantee of good faith. J ? _

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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

THE METROPOLIS. ? ♦ ? | From oar own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 28. The Town Hall excitement is dying out at last. The dinner on Wednesday, the 20th, was followed upon the folio wing Friday by a ball, of which very slight descriptious ap peared in the daily papers. There was a great crush, and the fun was carried on with great spirit till an advanced hour in the m/\«nit.(* Tr«o J-I all 1* stir1 A/1 ran 1 1 vt vno/vniA cent. Brilliantly lighted up and tastefully decorated, with hundreds of the fair sex moving through the mazes of the dance with their partners, while crowds all around and filling the gallery were looking on or waiting for their turn to join in the terpsichorean pleasures ; the light, the display, the grace and beauty altogether formed a scene not easily to be forgotten. Outside the spectacle was somewhat unusual, several thousand persons of both sexes and all ages having assembled in front of the Hall, where they remained till past midnight to gaze upon the illumi...

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LAW COURTS. NORMANVILLE LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M., and Messrs. J. Heathcote and S. Herbert, J.P.'s] POLICE V. H. WOODGATE. SAME V. D. WOODOATE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

LAW COURTS. NORMANVILLE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, Jcke 27. [Before Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M., and Messrs. J. Heathcote and S. Herbert, J.P.'sJ Police v. H. Woodgate. Same v. D. Woodoate. These were informations by tbe police for abnsire language in the first case, and for hindering the police in the execution of their duty in the other. Police-constable Keppler stated that as he was returning from the Talisker Mine on the 22 nd inst., and when he was near the Finiries Vale Hotel, the defendant H. Woodgate said, ' What did be cue for that devil,' meaning him. Another witness deposed that the defendant D. Woodgate told the other defendant (his nephew ) to ' fight it out' if the constable had insulted him. A witness who was examined for the defence said D. Woodgate tli his nephew not to bother him about the raw, but ' to fight it out like a man.' H. Wocdgate denied that he had applied the ex pression of ?* devil ' to Keppler. Decimus Woodgate was fined 1-K and H. Wood gate 5i. ; -he cost of...

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INQUEST AT GOOLWA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

INQUEST AT G00LWA. On Saturday last, the 23rd instant, an inquest was held at the Cerio Hotel, Goolwa, before Dr. Taylor, J.P., on the body of Thomas Hoskins, who bad been found lying dead on a burning log near Mr. Tarrell's on the previous morning. A Jury of thir teen having been empannelled, Mr. E. M. Cohen was chosen foreman. Thomas Jellett deposed that about sunset on the previous Thursday he was returning from his work on Mr. Turrell's paddock, when he caw tbe deceased, who appeared to be very ill. He informed Mr. Turrell of the circumstance, and he wont to see the deceased. Esau Turrell said be asked deceased on Thursday night what was the matter with him, and he replied it was dysentery. The following morning he found him lying dead on a burning log. Police-trooper Moriarty deposed that in conse quence of information he received from Mr. Turrell on Thursday night, he accompanied him to the spot where deceased was lying, and had some conversa tion with him. Deceased spoke quit...

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LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [By Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. fBv Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening:. June 29. Flour, £15 to £16. Burrs copper, £81 ; Wallaroo, £83.

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LATER TELEGRAM. Friday, June 29, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

LATER TELEGRAM. Friday', June 29, 10 p.m. The election for Port Adelaide took place to-day. At the Port and Dry Creek Captain J. W. Smith (the Mayor) was 100 votes over II. K. Hughes. Dale had only 20 votes. The Wallaroo boxes are not yet open.

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INTERCOLONIAL. [By Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1866

INTERCOLONIAL. J By Electbic Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne. Fridav Evenintr At Melbourne Adelaide flour is worth £17 ; wheat, 7s. to 7s. 4d. At Sydney fat cattle are more plentiful. Tasmanian quotations of wheat are 5s. 9d. to 6s. Site Jfrttlfcrni JiM0tt.$ POST ELLIOT, SATURDAY, ZdlhJONE.

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