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EGYPTIAN MUMMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
EGYPTIAN MUMMIES. An imposition which is carried on in Paris on a large scale is the fabrication of Egyptian mummies. One man alone, Combalon by name, has manufactured no less* than 800 of these interesting relics of the Ptolemian era for provin cial museums alone. His export busi ness in counterfeit mummies extends over half the globe, even to Egypt itself, whence they return to Europe, with a sort of guarantee of genuineness. A skull, two fillets of veal, a dog's skin, and some linen bands, suffice for all that was mortal of a Cheops, a Pharaoh, a Ptolemy,, or a Cleopatra. From mummies to tapeworms is an ignoble transition, and only to be tole rated on the plea that both are equally counterfeited. Artificial tapeworms are manufactured at Paris in crochet, any number of yards in length, accord ing to price. When the rings consti tuting the ribs are completed, all that is necessary is to steep the future worm in a mixture of starch and gum. It is then exposed in a chemist's window. ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
\\t mtltfit g^jgus. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1869. THE principal portion of the English, mail news arrived in Adelaide by tele gram from Melbourne on Monday. The Malta, which was not expected until Wednesday, was sighted off the Otway at 2 a.m., five days before she was actually due, which is an unusual occurrence, and rather surprised the inhabitants of Melbourne. There is nothing very exciting in the news. The unsettled state of affairs in New Zealand has caused a considerable discussion in the British Parliament. Bishop Selwyn advocated the evacuation by the whites of that part of the country which is disturbed, and that the settlers be compensated for the loss and inconvenience. It is rumoured that Colonel Gordon, who took such an active part in the sup pression of the Chinese rebellion, will be despatched to try his fortune against the native rebels. One of the principal events of the month has been the passing of the Irish Church Bill. The bill, after being considerably altered wit...
A REAL HERO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
A REAL HERO. Some time ago, on board an English, steamer, a little ragged boy, aged nine years was discovered on the fourth day of the voyage out from Liverpool to New York, and carried before the first mate, whose duty it was to deal with such cases. When ques tioned as to his object of being stowed away and who brought him on board, the boy, who had a beautiful sunny face, and eyes that looked like the very mirrors of truth, replied that his step father did it, because he could not afford to keep him, nor to pay his passage out to Halifax, where he had an aunt well off, and to whose house he was going. The mate did not be lieve the story, in spite of the winning face and truthful accents of the boy; He has seen too much of stowaways to be easily deceived by them, he said ; and it was his firm conviction that the boy had been brought on board and provided with food by the sailors. The little fellow was very roughly handled in consequence. Day by day he was questioned and requestion...
AUBURN. (FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
AUBURN. (FROM AS OCCASIONAL COBEESPONDENT.) September 2. The weather has been exceedingly dry during the past fortnight. The crops are very late, which will make hay very dear tins season if the weather does not soon change. As Mr. Robinson and Air. 3S. Sowton were driving to Tothill's Creek on Tuesday, the horee took fright and ran the buggy against the fence, causing Mr. Sowton to be thrown out with a rather severe shaking. Luckily no serious damage was done, with the exception of breaking the pole of the buggy. Wheat, 5s ; bran and pollard, Is 4d; flour, £12; hay and chaff, £5 to £6; butter (very scarce), Is Id.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUG. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUG. 27. A message from the Grovernor, recommending the Waste Lands Act Amendment Sill was, received. Several questions were replied to, including j those having reference to G-rand Juries, land included in Mr. Simpson's lease at Port Ade laide, the employment of Messrs. Beames and Woolridge, the Anglo-Australian telegraph, and the Murray Bridge. A petition was ordered to be printed. Mr. Jfealea obtained leave to introduce a bill to amend the Miners Act. AMENDMENT OF THE ELECTORAL LAW. Mr. Glyde moved '* That this House is of opinion that the Bill to amend the electoral law should provide that each district should be represented in the House of Assembly by three members, and that no elector should vote for more than two candidate", but aiay record both votes for one candidate if he chooses to do so." Very probably the idea contained in the c-ctiou was almost & new one to some hon. mercbtra. It would be celled perhaps a step towards the representati...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Aug. 26) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Grcvertirnect. Gazette," Aug. 26) Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Clare), Geo. Reece, poimdkeeper.-Oik; red and white bullock, cut tail, branded ^ over off rump, Illegible brand like 340 off ribs. If not claimed, will be sold September 20, 1800, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Section 140, Spring- Gully, in the Hundred of Clare (Sevenliills nearest post-office), Jas. Dugan, poimdkeeper. -One black yearling' colt, few grey hairs in forehead, no brand visible. H not claimed, will be sold September 15, 1869, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. Impounded at the public pound, Wakefield Plains, section 145, Hun dred of Dalkey (nearest post office, Dalkey), T. Dalton, poundkeeper One dark bay or brown mare, black points, white spots under saddle, branded like HB conjoined with it over near shoulder, rope on neck; one brown colt, rising- two years, branded s near shoulder, one brown yearling* filly, s near shoulder, progeny of ...
KAPUNDA. (FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
KAPUNDA. (FEOM AN OCCASIONAL coeeespondbnt.) September 1. A very serious accident occurred on Saturday night to Mr. Opie, of Bosehiil, near Kspunda. As lie was driving into the townehip, accompa nied by his eon and daughter, the vehicle came in contact with some men on horseback and upset. Mr. Opie received some veiy serious internal injuries j Miss Opie is also much hurt, but the son escaped. Last Monday night a very interesting and instructive essay on " Sympathy" was given; by P.O. Bennett at the Sir John Franklin Jjodge of Oddfellow*, M IL The essayist handled the subject in a masterly manner, and at its conclu sion a vote of thanks was awarded to him. On Friday last a man named Wilson, of Sandy Creek, went for & load of sand and took bis little boy with him; by some means the child fell out, and one of the the wheels passed over his bowels. The little fellow lingered in great agony until this morning, when death put an end to his sufferings.
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
COtfTIiNENTAL. [ The Emperor Napoleon, in a message to the Chamber of Deputies, has anounced that a j Senate Convocation will be held in Julv to consider several important reforms. The Emperor is willing to abandon certain prerogatives in the public interest, but roust maintain those specially conferred upon him by the people as necessary for the preservation j of order. The announcement of reforms has been well received by the nation. The crisis at Madrid has terminated. A conspiracy in favor of Don Carlos was dis covered. The Carlists entered Navarre, and were pursued by French police to the Spanish frontier. The conspirator?, contemplated as sassinating Prim, Serrano, and Biverez. Eu merous arrests have been made of Car list?. The Duke de Montpensier has entered Spain to claim hie rights.
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. The following items of intelligence are from various sources: CAPTUSE OP TE OJTI KUBA.-On July 21, this miscresnt came to Mr. Southbj's bouse, situated between the Whenuakura and Patea Rivers. Thfy gave him his supper, and about 9 a.m. Te Oni turned into bed; tlie doors were locked, and a strict watch kept until the morn ing. About 7 a.m. he got up and had break fast-Mr. Adamson and Trainer confronted him, revolver in hand, and demanded his sur render, and told him that he must accompany them to the Patea. Mr. Adamson felt his person to ascertain that he had no arms con cealed on him, and then started. On the way for Patea Mr. Adamson asked him if he knew anything of the murder of Mr. M*Oulloch. Te Oni said that five of Titokowaru's men had committed the murder near the Kakaramca Bridge, and threw M'OulIoch's body, with that of his dog, into the creek. On reporting the circumstance to Colonel Lyon he sent out four of the conetabulary with Mr. Adamson, who fou...
NEWS AND NOTES. Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
NEWS AND NOTES. BY AS AUEISAIDE MAX. Thursday Morning. Notwithstanding the fact that two live Governors are at present residing in oar mids*, things in general are " flat, stale, and unprofit ble," and will continue eo until home letters are duljread and answered. As you Northerners are, no doubt, already in possession of the prin eioal items of English news, I will not touch on that subject further than to state that great satisfaction is expressed in certain quarters at the safe passage of the Irish Church Bill through the Souse of Lords. The Hon. Gk S. Kingston has published a most interesting letter of great length in one of the daily papers, which completely sets aside the claim of Mr. G. F. Angae to bs considered the "father of the colony." Some time ago the City Corporation passed a resolution directing that the bye-laws with respect to buildings be strictly enforced; but at a meeting held on Saturday last this was rescinded, in order to allow of a structure in course of erec...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. COMMERCIAL. London, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
LATEST TELEGRAMS. COMMERCIAL. London, August 4. The wool sales commenced on the 12th. The probable stock is over 200,000 bales. The market is firm at last rates. Adelaide wheat, 54s. The market is steady. Copper, £77 10a. The English and Scottish Bank has declared a dividend of 7 per cent. Victorian debentures, 113. Sydney fives, par. Console, 93. The Bank of England has re duced the rate of discount to 3 per cent. ENGLISH. London, August 3. New Zealand affairs are being discussed in both Houses of Paliament. Bishop Selwjn has proposed the withdrawal of settlers from the disturbad districts, and compensation for their To ses. A suggestion has been made to appoint a Colonial Council. The Government still withhold assistance. Mr. Monsell and Mr. Adderly have attributed the situation of the colony to its own neglect and the self-will of the colonists. They depre cate imperial interference. The Marquis of Westminster has given a hundred thousand pounds to the Colonial Emigration Fund. T...
CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
CUBA. The new Governor De Sodas has a rived. He sia'cs that it is intended to suppress the insurrection with ae little bloodshed as possible. Another battle, is reported in which the insurgents were defeated. The supremacy of Spain is ea:d to be firmly established.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
NORTHE&N AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Patron-His Excellency S r James FerguBBon, Bjrt., ^wraor-in-Chiet THE THIBIBEBTH AN> UAL EXHIBITION OF LIVE STOCK tTJTDER THE ABOVE SOCIETY WILL TAKE PLACE AT AUBURN ON THURSDAY, bfiPTEMBER 23, 1869. When, in Addition to the usual Prizes offered at the September Show, numerous Prizes will be awarded for Grain, Wine, Dairy Produce, Flower?, Poultry, &c., as under, to make a collection worthy of Hi'B Fx-elleney's visit. LIVE STOCK. HOUSE STOCK. Best Draught Stallion, imported ... £3 3 0 - Best Draught StaUior, colonial bred 3 3 0 ] Second best Draught Stallion, colonial bred ... ... ... 2 2 0 Best Blocd. stallion, import* d ... 3 3 Oi Beet Blood Stallion, colonial bred 3 3 0] Second best Blood Stallion, colonial bred 2 2 Oj Best Draught Entire under 3 years 110 Be?t Blood Entire under 3 years ... 1 1 0 Best Draught Brood M»re, imported 2 2 0 Best Draught Brcod Mare, colonial bred 2 2 0 Second best Draught Brood Mare, colonial bred ... ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
niABE STEAM FLOUB XJ AND CHAFF MILLS, ; CHARLES KIMBER, Pjsopbiexob. Flpar, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed j Oom always for sale. ££ AND C. 33 E CKM AN N,j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKEBS,! MAIN STBEET, CLABE. Established 1855. ITBUBN BE EWE BY. A The BEST XXX PALE ALE andPOBTEB i In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWEBY. ^TILLIAM J. M c D O N A L D, j CORN AM) CHAFE STOBE, POET STEEET, AUBUBN. Flour, Pollard, Bran, Crushed Corn, Chaff, Potatoes, Onions, &e., constantly on Sale. Accommodation Yards on the premises. A P A E T K E , . Cabinet Mater and Upholsterer, CLARE. N.B.-FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN STBEET, CLABE. p E S C Y W. D Y E B,j CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. JJ D A W S O N, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KOORINGA. J BERNSTEIN ,j TAILOR, PROFESSED TROUSERS aND BREECHES MATTER,1 MAIN STREET, CLABE. All orders, executed on t...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 3 September 1869
THE MABKETS. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 5B 3d Flour, £12 15s to £13 10s CLABE. Wholesale Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 7d Flour, £11 10s per ton of 2000 lbs Bran, Is 2d per bushel Pollard, Is 2d per bushel Chaff, £6 per Ton of 2000 lbs Fresh butter lOd per lb Potted butier, none Eggs, 7d per doz. Bacon, 6d per lb Ham, 3d. Cheese, none Potatoes, lis 6d
PARLIAMENTARY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2. WASTE LANDS AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 10 September 1869
PARLIAMENTARY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2. WASTE LANDS AMENDMENT BILL. The Commissioner of Crown Lands, m moving the second reading of this bill, said the Act of last session was in fact a compromise, as some parties considered it too liberal and other* the reverse. Those who held the former view prophesied that it would, have the effect of depreciating the value of land ; but such was not the case, for the land sold for cash from March 1 to August 31 was 126,169 acres, which realised £153,928 12s,, or an average of £1 4s 5d per acre - as good an average as has been for years. There had been 12,890 acres sold on credit, realising nearly 30a. per acre. The ameuded Land Act had worked, so far, in, a very fair manner; and although land-sharking' might not be altogether done away with, a person could at the Land Office get a farm ofj 620 acres without any unfair competition. But, it was pointed out that the two clauses which the Government now wished to amend had prevented par...