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STRATHALBYN. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Strathalbvn, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

RTRATHAT/BYN. [By Kixctru: Tf.i.f.o.uafh. \ fFrom ourowsi C'.ircspojuJrnf.] Stratbalbvn, Friday Evening. Dunn & Co. have bought wheat to-day at Gs. 2d. per bushel.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STRATHALBYN. ELECTION MEETING—WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

STRATH AL13YN. Flection Meeting — AVkdxksdav, July 4. Tbe annual meeting for the tkction of District Council ors and Auditors was held ou Monday last at the Stiaihaibrn Hotel — Mr. GclSan in the chair. Messrs. James Close, liiehard H4ioper, Allan McLean, David Kennedy, Andrew Rankine, TLomas ^ tephens, John Leslie, and Hugh Matheson were nominated for Council O:S ; and Messrs. James j Walker, Edward Waddy, J..!:n B. Chave, William j N'oye, and Fred. Home for Auditors. j The Chairman declared the show cf hards to be in : favor i f Messrs. Cose, Hooper, and Kennedy as Coar.cillors, and Messrs. iSoye aad Chave as AU'liKU'.-. A poll was demanded on bcha'f of the oilier nominees, ati'l the election will take ylaee on Monday next at the Stratbalbyu Hotel ; polling to coinnsence at 9 o'cloc't a.m. A vote of flianks was nroporsd and. unnnimoasly j pcc.rJuiI to iha retiring i. ulcers, which was suitably acknowledged by Mr. Gollan. j The Lalarice-sheet was laid on the table, showing j ttat tl...

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ADELAIDE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

ADELAIDE. ] Bv Electric TY.i.r.orcArii.j [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Fridry Evening. Flour quotations are .£15 to .£16; wheat, Gs. Sd. to Gs. 9d.

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

INTERCOLONIAL. | By Electric Tr:T.r-;i:Arn/l [From our own Corn'spondent j Melbourne, Fiidav Evt-ninpr. In Melbourne wheat is quoled. at 7s. Gd., and Adelaide flour at £\ 7 to £ 1 7 1 0s. At Sydney Hart's flour is worth £1S jicr ton. She fotfthent ^.v,qu^. PORT ELLZQT, SATURDAY, 1th JULY.

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ALEXANDRIA. ELECTION MEETING—MONDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

ALEXAKDRINA. I Elkctiox SIeetiso— SIosday, Jvlx 2. Mr. Joseph Yelland presided. The foilowirg gentlemen were nominRted as Councillors: — MesM?. Joseph Yelland, Thos. Foster, ] Robinson, David Thompson, Henry Goltifiuch, juu., j John Joseph Gates, and Ewcn McDonald. ; After waiting the ususl tTine, a snow of hands was j taken, with the following re?ulr, viz. : — Mr. Yelland, I 15; Mr. Robinson, 8 ; Mr. Th- mson, 10; Mr. Gold- j finch, 17; Mr. Gates, 20 ; and Mr. MeDc naM, 8. I Messrs. Yelland, liubiasou, ar.d McDonald were withdrawn. j No poll being demanded, the Chairman declared Messrs. Gates, Thompsoa, and Gol J finch du'y elected ] as Councillors. j Messrs. W. M. Crawford and Frederick Mitchell were declared tbe Auditors for the ensuing year.

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LABOR AND PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

LABOR A1\D PUBLIC WORKS, Sisce the eBtablishmeni; of the Southern Art;us, ] we have never ceased to urge on the Govern ment the necessity for pushing on public works with greater energy and expedition than have been manifested hitherto. Week by week we have pointed out works urgently ! required, and long ago sanctioned by the ] siga' of commencement has been exhibited. | ^r_oney has been abundant, and ihe cash ? balances of the Treasueer have been in- ! creasing almost dangerously. If labor has ? been scarce, the unexpended balances of the 1 immigration fund would have been sufficient : for the introduction of as many workmen as i were required. ' The Government have no j excur-e whatever for the procrastination, they ! have practised; and although we vail not en- j doree the charge of Mr. Stsaxgways, that j the present CoMiiissioxEit of Plulic Works i has purposely retarucl public works to pre- i vowf irocrDc **5C1T1ST c^lirl ^llp /*r.cf fit li^c r.t\-v* i contracts increasing, we ...

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YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

YAXKAJ.1LLA. .*-'A7t;i:nAV. Jvxk 30. Present— All the mutnb'-r.s Mr. (Jaidr.tr c- mpl:iii:ed -'.f the rrad at ;h.e bridge, ?Sait Cretk. being in a dai!g4.roas state. To be ! attended to. I Ij-mivc was frrantcd to K. Rsr^oss to lemov-i iicn.1 timber from the liiiscrve ou paMueiit of -3i. per. ?o:id. att---ii'.i--.n to a wish taking ]is-;: .-icioss th.: r.a.l ncsr i5rs. Cri'ple-'s, ami Mi . D*y was r. quested to fjef liie »i-'c ;s-arv work .'.one. The li *i-tctor reported Ihe m-Mallsne: of r-'d, Normar.vilie T-iwnsiiip, ai:d t'ie ri-piirs t-t ilif 4-r.i batikinent n-.-ir H il ! lii-i- Post (Jtiice, as hai-iiig bcui Harisfacifir'lv cunipvicd. J. lean's tei.der to cut. Slony PiucL-road a: £i 19?. 6d. per chain was accepted, as was also A. \ Ryles's tender to build a bridge ou the same load i foi- £70. j TheClerk was inftrnctedto write toMr. A.Sampson, t and request him to employ a man for a few days to fill up fcoles in the road leading from Dairy Flat to Bald Hills, and to supervise th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

Miscellaneous Late Advertisements. On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, July 12 and 13, '? ? ?-? at 12 o'clock. ' ' SALE BY AUCTION. AT PORT ELLIOT. WILLIAM GARDNER will Fell by snciinn. on Ihe above t!a!es, at SmaHa^oir.bG's Assembly R.ra'w— ' A VumVr nf LANDED PROPERTIES, con siftinsr of— Alio'Trent ofLnad opposite tfce Church A'V-'iiaent of L^nd near Mr Trijrq's Allotment of Land cppoFite Mr. Greayci'* Ilium and L^niTnn roi' ta WinHmavf-'h Valley Aliment of Land at Middleton, uearlbe junc tion of flic Rai'ivay. act En vjsjcjt. About 15 or 20 HOUSES. after lvnion, A large quantity ct NEW GOODS will be snb - aiitted for sale. eniisist;ii!r -*? — Jewellery, Clicks, Watches Cutlery ' Poatp 'and Shoes Irnn JBrd'tfadu Cbniis. Cedar Sofcfs, Tables Crock cry ware Iloll'iware Engravings, Pictures Ouii-i ' ' Calicoas, Drapery, &c., &c. GOODS TO TUB AMOUNT OF £:-Q0. Terms at time of £ ale. DISTRICT OF PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLvTA. rjlEXDElis will Ihj received bv (lie District Council JL frr C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

Shipping. ? ysr&pv TJ1OR WENTWOKTH.— The 4t||{ J Steamer '^ QUEEN will ssii from Goolwa on Monday, July 8, leaving Blancheto^rn on Tuesday, the 9th- _ She has excellent passenger accommodation. JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Agents. ~~~/»fW TTPPEE MURRAY.— The ^%OCf^T U Steamer ~ WENTWORTH is now taking in cargo at Goolwa Wharf, and will ««1 for Upper Murray at an -^-g^ & ^ -j /CLIPPER Schooner CYNTHIA, 65 tons, jJf/\ yj C. Heath, master* The owners of the *]£%jj£fr fast-Bailing clipper Schooner 'Sc*i*~ CT'THIA ^* beg to intimate to the cottiers, Storekeepers, and others resident in the Souu.crn District that the above 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 HATES of FREIGHT on Goods from Port Adelaide to Port 'Victor by this Vessel have been REDUCED to 10s. 6d. PER TON. Agents at Port Victor, ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSaY, & CO. A cents at Port Adelaide, P. B JO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

Banking. THE BA2TK OF ADELAIDE. TNCOEPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. ONE QUARTER OF A MILLION, in 50,000 Shares of £5 each. Diuectors : The ITori. Henry Ayers, M.L C, Chairman. Georjrc P. 11*™$, Esq. R. B. Smith. Epq. The Hon. T. Magarey, T. G. Waterhouse, M.L.C. * Esq., J.P. ITrAn flrnrn : Gresham Chambers. Kirpr Wi!li?.m-streer, Adelaide. Joir.v forrrAR, Manager. TTnxisv Ptodaist, Accountant. The Cnpit.il Stock of the Bank is divided amongst nearly Two Thousand Proprietors, who are severally liable to twice the amount of the fckares held by them. SOUTHERN BRANCHES: A Branch of this B:»nk has been opened at Go i.wa, under the Maijagement. of Mr. Ferryman. An Ajrency has been opened at Ponr Elliot, under tlie superintendence of Mr. P. C. Greayer. AGENTS: In London — The Union Bank of London. In Victoria — Tbe Colonial Bank of Australasia. In New Pnuth Wales — The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. j Tiie Ba-:k 'grant Drafts or. Great BmTArN- and , thk orrrci: Co;.oxie5, aud Negotia...

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ENCOUNTER BAY. ELECTION MEETING—MONDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

ENCOUXTKIl !!AY. ! 1-'i.ectios Mei:ti\*5 — Muxi-av, Jrr.Y 2. 1 Tli» !;-4iniii:itii'ns for Couiiciiiors a;:l Auiitor? for ? tl:!s il'=-ti I-.-t to k ]ilacc oil Monday I;:st. and t!ic j fi!l-'.v;!!5 pirsons werj :i'Riiiirt v.l : — I Uiii'iina;'-h U'.tid — Me-sr-. I Jezckrah H.':n:..-, Arthur F Litiiisav, and Georgd M.-islen. Encounter Hay \\ aid — \!e-srs. Jahi'z Grimbli;, David J.ines. an.1 l'zra i.'obinson. Inman Wr.r.J — Messi's. Uiincm GraVam, Jan.. J-'m Jls.icook. ssii.. mu! Eiijuh Lnv.-l,.:;k. Port Vict4ir Ward — Messrs. Uitjhar.l Allen, ami Daviil Scolt Kc'l-nan. on'v jt'-rson ;.oaiiu:Mt.'-l. wss I'c-i.iart'd by the lie:urn ing -;t]lc-;r 10 be 'July ..li-ct^.d. Aud tor-: — Messrs. Wii'iam Birvatt, .To'in l.n-h, John lK-ndnr-xKi, George S. R-.nl, aud Ed-.vard T.-uslovt! wre nomii-ated for this om\:o. : ha . l:;clio i of Councl'ors for Hitio'in^r'li. E;i cf.UHtor li:.y. inman, mid 1'ort Victor War.ln m-d --f Auditors will lake ylaei: ou Mouday, tlie inli i..staut.

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MACCLESFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

MACCLESFIELD. The anntiil meeting of the ratepayers was held at the Maccksfield Hotel, on Monday, July 2, to nomi nate three CourcHors for the easuiug year; T. Graham, &q , J.P., 5m the chair. The Chairman having read the advertisement by which the meeting was convened, the f Mowing per sons were nominated: — Messrs. lienry Maiker, sen., Samuel Abbott, John Cumraings, William Elder, John Homer, Samuel Ellis, George Crane, Thomas Hall, jun. Mai rity of electors were in favor of Messrs. S. Abboit (12), H. Maiker (10), W. Elder (9). Mr. T. Anderson, jua, demanded a poll in favor of Mr. J. Cummings. Robbfett of tiie EocKKE Mail. — The Subbo Dis. ?paich reports that informatioa had been received by tbe police authorities to the effect that the Bourke mail to Sydney, via Duck Creek, Nyangin, and Oblev had beear^bbeif, and a considerable number of ciicouBS absincted. Mr. sub-Inspector H'gg iiumediati-'ly- dispatched constables Parkis and Rea i-- si:.i:-eh --f the lobbors. end ou Sa...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATURDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. PORT KLLIOT AND OOOLWA. Satitsihai', June :$0. Prepcut— MusM's. Sunuian (Ciiairnian), V7. Rajj kintr, and H. Curnish. Ckik 'o sidv4.-iti.-e for the work of clearing 'he road between M.:-i-:!jton and iSavger's Hridge; itie portion noar Mr. Su^^'s residence to haw iininedis.e'atteu ti.'ii, aud ihe timber to be oll'urcd for sale when pi u i b^i! . '' Mr. Corsifh was rcq!:c.-Jed to arrange with Mr. Ktxim.-iii for an inoiva-ud ik-pin r,f lutia'.jirg on £!.'cl!.; jiinlei-j.-oing r--{;-i:r in P.«it Elliot. J- hn LVauklln's !oi:der accepted at t'S psr chain for tlio road i;ear Mr. WanlltV, in Ijt-.!.i-v!U-, 011 c.'iid:ti--n the top metal hi br.-lc-:n to a 25-incli gang.j. aik! b; it. t li-s than 11 cub c \:.r!s to ihe chain. J»i:!i Cf.ti!cii's tensor :ioc-.-jiteri st £7 for rapaint i;'p an..! i. t-.-.-iog i-omidboj-d .-it Middl«!o:i. Mr. C-.Tir'hli rt.-j»o:tt;-.l favor. ;h y -.n Mr. G'.l-3rt's a;»j). -cation of la^t r,-2-k, and thu Cuuncil resolved ;o proceed with the wor...

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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

THE METROPOLIS. I From eur own Correspondent ] Adelaide, July 5. Since my last ihe weather lias been very cool with occasional showers. The growth of the feed and ihe prospects of the season together are affecting the price of bay, which has fallen ; and although little wheat is offering, it is possible farmers will soon weary of holding hi expectation of a rise. it is uiuicuii, iiovruver, io spt/cuiiue on me price o( wheat six months before harvest. The high price of butcher's meat is still the great cause of complaint in Adelaide, and the bope of relief from this evil held out by a ' spirited Melbourne butcher' has been grievously disappointed. That enterprising speculator caused placards to be posted all over the town, announcing ihat he would again offer meat for sale to private purchasers at Levi's O;d Store, and on the day announced a crowd of butlers, publican?, and small mothers of large families congregated at the well-known corner, whers the meat merchant appeared and anno...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

yUi:i-:N.s:-AXD. I5rir-b.= iif, J::v::- 3 ». T!:c rSi-isii.T..-.- ti..v.-ri miMii hn\ -h-t- rM:hi—'- ','j ;-i v,-r! to :!;.? ori/iii.-'.: ':;;!.(! \n-Uv -\.-u-m :it the c;i-i of :)ic ; isr.

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PROPOSED DEVIATION IN THE MAIN SOUTH-ROAD AT THE HORSE SHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

PEOrOSED DEVIATION IX THE MAIN SljUl 11 IIQAD AT TiLIS IIOErit: S1IOE. [From the JfrfjisUr.] A pul)l:c mcctirg - f the uiliairtiauts of the Horse shoe and its neigh Lori:ood was held at the Horseshoe Inn, -oarlunpa, on Monday morning, Julv 2, Icr the purpose of takinfr into consideration the proposed deviation in the Main South-road at the Horseshoe. There were between 30 and 40 persons present, and Mr. W. Oliver, Chairman of the District Council, occupied the chair. The Chaikmas read the rolice convening the meeting. He said he bad no doubt but that some persons would come fonvard wMi some resolution to | submit to tl-.e meeting on the subject for which they j had met to discuss. Mr. Jambs Clakk, J.P., said he had mrch pica sure in moving a resolution which had been placed in Ms hands, namely — j ' That in the opinion of this meeting the pro- , posed deviation of the Main South-road, liear Noar- ? lunga, would be productive of great injury to the ; settlors iu this neighborhood, an...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 3. Present— Messrs. J. Hallett, J.I'. (Chairman). \Y. Everard, M.I' G. McEwin, J.P., R. S. Kelly, J.P.% H. E. Bright, M.P.s F. ttowroau, J.P., and H. J. Andrews {Secretary); District Chairmen — Messrs. T. Playford {East Torrens), J. Smidi (Munno Para Eas'), and J. Kanu (Portland Estate) ; Superintending Surveyors — Messrs. nargrave, Macaulay, Morris, $0 ami Sheppard. We extract from the Register that portion of the Bo&rd's proceedings rcliling t.) the South District: — B'^AD BETVTEEX KATCGAI1H.T..A AKR MACI.AltnN' VALE. Mr. J. Caer, M P., waitvd on the B-aid, and on beValf of several ii-.terestud parties asked them to .'have the ncwiy-deelared main lire of road running between Kancarilla and Maclaren Vale defined. The design of the road was to afford facilities for the cartage of produce from Kondopariupa and neigh borhood, and als- for reaching the Willunga Slate Quarries, The road was in use, hut not defined ; and the inhabitants -were ind...

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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday Evening, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. 1 j I-Y El-ECTKIC TEr.KGRAPII.j [Fio:u our own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, July G. The Strathalbyn and .IsJiisdlrton Tramway Bill, which repas-ed both Houses, has re ceived the assent of the Governor on behalf of Her M.ijrsty Uofh Uui-.ses have adjourned to the 28th An.srr.st. Mr. Robert AdJison is gazertecl as landing officer at Gooliva, v:a: liutchiuson, iraasferred to use ^u.'iiiiie iio^m. ; The Gaztite contains the following appoint- j inents to the Goolwa Cavalry : — Higgins, captain; Perry man, lieutenant; Higgins, jun., cornet ; Todman, surgeon. In tlie !sij-3tha]bvn Cavalry Mr. Rankine hns been ajipointc-d cspiain. 5fr. Christie bas been appointed cavalrj' drill instructor. | A very severe fi.od visited Willunga and ] its neighborhood last evening. Atkinsons j Bridge was washed away, and the creek overflowed. It is supposed to have been a v/aterspoub. Scab hns made its appearance on the Ade laide bide of tbe Victorian Border, and the appointment of ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) Friday Evening, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

LATEST INTFXLIGENGE. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) [ By Electric Telegraph.] i From our own Correspondent. I Friday Kvcnitip, .fu'y G. The I. If. P. lias sailed from Ecliuca on her second voyage to Hay. Heavy rains have fallen all eilong tbe Darling1. Kew's from Rivrrina is favorable. Feed is abundant, and the stock are getting fat. Captain Kandall left Wentworth for Goolwa with the Uogau on the 1-ith June, with a cargo or (»iy uaies v.-ooj. The river is rising slowly — about 1J- inches in 21 hour.s. At KiiinSne, on the 30th June, the river was still rising, and is now navigable there. At Mount Miirchison, on the 25th June, rain was falHug. No mail bad come down from ahove, but there had been reports of heavy rains having fallen. Menindie dates to June 20. Heavy rains we.'e reported to have fallen oa the Upper I liver. Mr. E. Ford, ihc New South Wales Sur veyor for tfjc. Darling district, -Jied oa the tiOth June, at Kinchici, near Jrenin^ie.

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1866

THE MURRUMB1DGEE. To be forewarned is to be forearmed. A useful lesson is to be learned in South Australia, from what is going on just now in New South Wales with reference to the snagging of the Murrumbidgee. Tiio Gundagai Herald of the 9lh instant remarks that no question has ever met with such little attention at tbe hands of New South Wales Governments as (hat of rendering: the large st-earr.s of the interior of the colony navigable for steamers of light draught ; and though the matter has been frequently brought under their notice, they have displayed but little interest in it. It was, therefore, with considerable pleasure and surprise that tho roitlent-i of the valleys of the Murrumlrijgcc lmrned that I he sum of £3,000 had been voted by Parliament for tin} pitrpneu of having their noble river snncged ; and the moment was anxiously awaited when operations should b ; commenced. Only a fortnight since the pcntlemau appointed to superintend this important woi k arrived in Gundasr...

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