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VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

VICTORIA. | Bt Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent, f' Melbourne, Friday Evening. Flour, £16 10s.; wheat, nothing reliable.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE MAY ENGLISH MAIL. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM LONDON TO JUNE 12. WAR IMMINENT IN EUROPE. GARIBALDI IN THE FIELD. DECLINE IN WOOL. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED ON REFORM. THE DERBY AND ASCOT CUP. BANK DISCOUNT 10 PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE MAY ENGLISH MAIL. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM LON DON TO JUNE 12. WAR IMMINENT IN EUROPE. GARIBALDI IN THE FIELD. DECLINE IN WOOL. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED ON REFORM. THE DERBY AND ASCOT CUP. BANK DISCOUNT 10 PER CENT. The following synopsis of intelligence was published in an extraordinary edition of The Southern Argus last Tuesday morning : — Southern Argus Offices, 7 Tuesday, July 10, 10 a.m. The branch oteamer with the English May mails arrived at Glenelg from King George's Sound this morning. *?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

? ou ? — — AMERICA. We have advices from New York this mornin g to May 16. President Johnson seut to ihe Senate the previous day bis voto upon the Bill admitting Colorado as a State into the Union. The Senate acj iurncd without reading tbe veto message, the jiromulgattou of which was consequently suppressed. Tbe veto is reported to he based upon the grounds that tiic population of Co'.orado is not suflniient to juHKy or require the establishment of a Jitate Government, that tbe admission of Colorado as a J^iate is incompatible wish the public intere-ts, while eleven States entitled to vote in such matters are excluded from representation. Tlio \\ ashii-£.l--M corropoi-.den'.s of the Herald, Times, and IFurld pronounce the adjournment of the Senate without reading the veto message as an expression of cuu tcmi't nad insult to the President. hi tbe House of Representatives, Mr. Chandler (Democrat) had rfltrcd a resolution di'cforiu;! tilt President's course to be patriotic and constitu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

T7ICTOR HARBOR AND GOOLWA TfiAM- V WAY TIME TABLE. Dorrs. j ah. ] i\m. j r-.»r. Fisom — Goolwa ? 9-0 2.0 3.30 Middletos ? 9.30 2.30 4.0 Port Elliot ? 9.45 2.45 4.45 Ur. j A.M. j A.M 1 P.M. From— Victor Harbor... ... 9.0 11.15 4.15 Pokt Elliot ? 10.0 11.45 j 4.45 Miu]-letox ? 10.15 12.0 5.0

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THE MILANG MAILS MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

THE MILANG MAILS MEETINGS. We regret that our expected reports of these meet ings did not come to hand, and we are therefore com pelled, although somewhat out of date, to reprint the following from the Strathalbyn correspondent of the Register: — A public meeting, called by advertisement, was leld on Tuesdav eveninc. 3rd instant, at Chalklen'a Hotel, with a view to obtaining a daily mail instead of on alternate days, as at present On the proposition of Mr. W. M. Crawford, Mr. John Cheriton was voted to the chair, and explained in a very business-like manner the object of the meeting. He then called upon Mr. Landseer to move the first resolution, viz : — ' That in the opinion of this meeting the import ance of the mercantile and agricultural interests of Mi'.ang and its neighborhood has become so con siderable, tbat a daily mail to and from Adelaide is highly necessary, in order to the further develop ment of those interests, and to place the locality on an equal footing with other p...

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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

SPECIAL NOTICE. A Branch Office of the Southern Argus has been opened at Strath albjm under the charge of Mr. S. R. Bosisto. A Branch Office has been opened at Milang under the charge of Mr. Alexander Kemp. Mr. G. W. Randall, of Fimriss Vale, has been appointed agent for the Southern Argus for the Rapid Bay District. POST ELLIOT, SATURDAY, 14th JULY.

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LAW COURTS. GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. [Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., T. Taylor, Esq., and T. W. Higgins, Esq., J.P.'s] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

LAW COURTS. GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, July 11. j Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., T. Taylor, Esq., and T. \V. litee'ins. Esq , J.P.'Vl William Hunter, laborer, was charged ty Police trooper Moriarty with being in possession of a Crimean shirt, suspected of being stolen. Discharged with a caut'on. HORSESTEALINO. George Jones, alias George Tuter, bushman, was charged with unlawfully selling and appropriating one roan mare, branded X in circle on near sheulder, with saddle and bndle, value of about £29, the pro perty of Norman Me Bean, of Milang. The prisoner was arrested at Goolwa by Police trooper Moriarty. Norman McBean deposed that the mare was his property ; and R. Uallantyne, his servant, deposed that he lent the mare to the prisoner on the 2nd of July, at Milang. D. T. JoneH, of Currency Creek, deposed that on Tu':Kday morning, July 3, about 8 o'clock, the prisoner came to his place and said the mare he was ridiug was his. Ho stated that he had ridden through the night from...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

TO Till; EDITOR OF THE SOUTllUltN ARGUS. Sir — A!!o«r me to call the attention of i^outiierners interested in the Strat'ialbyn and Middlcton Train way to the remarks made by the Hon. T. Kcynolits on this ful ject in the Hume on the 3rd iustant. He says ' this was the first instance be had known of since having a seat iu that Legislature of a Biil of such imp nt. nice buing passed without the means of collecting nilorniation legarding it having been afforded. They were perfec ly in the dark ; and while he agreed that a tramway from Stratbalbyn to some point on the Goolwa aud Port Elliot line was necessary, he protested against thij non -appointment of a Committee to take evidence and to decide whether the route adopted v,-as the best one. '1 bey were now entirely at the mercy of the engineer who surveyed the line.' Now, sir, I quite agree with this. Had there been a Select Committee, not only the Parliament, but we who are directly interested in the tramway wou'.d have known whether,...

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PROSECUTIONS FOR THE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

PROSECUTIONS FOR THE CROWN. An incident which occurred at the last sitting of the Yankalilla Local Court, and which was recorded at the time in the columns of this journal, illustrates very clearly a serious defect — or rather series of defects — in the system under which Crown prosecutions are conducted in country districts. A storekeeper at Cape Jervis was indicted upon three separate charges of selling beer without a licence, and in each case the prosecution failed most signally and ignominiously. We do not pro pose to consider whether it would have been possible to sustain these particular charges, but to expose the gross absurdities which the conduct of the informations revealed. It is, of course, within the knowledge of our readers that in Magistrates' Courts in country districts the police have imposed upon them the very responsible but certainly incon sistent duties of Crown Prosecutors. They I have uot merely to detect, arrest, and detain j offenders, but to lay information...

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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

THE METROPOLIS. [From enr own Correspondent J Adelaide, July 12. Parliament las* Thursday agreed to a long adjournment, the day fixed for its meeting again being the 28th August. In the Assembly efforts were made to shorten the time by two or three weeks, bat the Government carried their point. In the Council there was no opposition to the adjournment, but several rather important constitutional points were raised as to whether, if Parliament were adjourned to a particular day, the Governor could, in a case of emergency, summon it earlier, and whether he could prorogue or dissolve Parliament during an adjournment. Some members thought the Governor could Bumraon or prorogue by proclamation, but others held that there was nothing in our Con stitution or in English precedent to justify euch a procedure. These points should be settled when the Constitution Amendment Bill iB dealt with. A discussion arose in the Council on the working of the Audit Office, and hon. members were startled t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. [ Under this heading we offer our readers an oppor tunity for the courteous and temperate discussion of local or general questions of public interest; but we do not undertake to identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents. Letters must in all cases be accompanied by the naino of the writer, nut necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. J ? *

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

AMMUCA. The Fenians have at last summoned up courage to venture upon aggressive operations. On the night of the 1st of May a schooner called tbe Frieud left Eastport ostensibly for Portland. The next morn ing she was seen flying the flag designed lo represent th« projected Irish republic. She was manned by Fenians. Tbe Friend then atacked and captured the lirkish scJ-ooTier Went worth. As fon ss tbe3 had poi posfessii-u of her, the crew of the Fiieuu fransfemd themselves to tbe WentH-orth. asid sank tlieir own ship. The Federal steamer Winco.ski yius sent in pursuit, and overhauled the \Yent worth, }mt, deceived by her name and appearance, allowed her to pioeecd. After an unavailing search for the Friend, tbe Winooski returned to Ka«tport on the 4th. It is rumored that the crew of the Wentworth subsequently made a. descent upon the island of Grand Menan. The accessions to the Roberts faction have been very much less than tbe number of those who abandoned Mahoney. Tbe so-called Senat...

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THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. IRELAND. Fome Fenian arrests continue to ha made. On May 13, at Liir crick, a ycusig man named Ryan, es. suspicion of being a travelling Fenian agent, was arrested and im pi ironed; and the previ -us evening a cuuin v Clare farmer, named M'Mshon, was arrested at Limerick Railway Station, noisily and publicly declaring hims-elt' attached to '.hi conspiracy. He was subsequently bailed o-ir. A man named Hvnes. in whose possession were di cuments relative to the Fenian movements iu America, was arrested on ihe arrival of a steamer fora Liverpool. A daring attempt to assassinate Warner, the Cork Fenian informer, was made on the night of Ma}- 2-J, in a bouse next dor to the Constabulary lianaeks at Howth, near Dublin, where Warner is stopping with his wife and family in charge of the police. It appears that between C aud 7 o'clock on tbe above evening, Warner, accompanied bj'Constable Tooraey, was walking through liowih, when they were accosted by a strange man named ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

Amusements. WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. Ujtoer tbs Immediate Patronage op HIS EXCKLLEKCY SIB DOMINICK DALY, GoVEBKOK-IK-^HIEF, SOCTH ACSTRALIA. SIR HENRY BABKLY, Late Goveunob of Victoria. HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GREY, Govkkkor of New Zealand. 1TIS EXCELLENCY SIR JOHN YOUNG, HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE BOWEN, GOVEBKCR OF QUEENSLAND. And tbe elite of the Australian Colonies. TDE CHARMING VOCALIST AND DRA MATIC DELINEATOR OF CHARACTER MISS EMMA NEVILLE, Of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, and Lyceum, London, and late of Lyster's Italian and English Opera Company. MR. GEORGE LODER, The renowned Composer, Condueter, Pianist and . Buffo Singer, late of Lystet'd Opera Company, assisted by MISS JULIA MILNE, The favorite Danseuse and Actress, from the Theatre Royal. Melbourne ; and MK. J. D. MARSH, Late Stage Manager of Barry Sullivan's Star Company, Theatre Roval, Melbourne, WILL SHORTLY APPEAR AT WILLDNGA YANKALILLA VICTOR HABBOR PORT ELLIOT GOOLWA STEATHALBYN, and MOUNT BARKER. Mr. ami Mrs. Geor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

Shipping. JSr #g?v TjIOR WENTWORTH and DAR ^«J J] LING RIVER.— The Steamer BOGAN, Captain W. R. Randell, will sail from Goolwa and Blancbetown in a few days. For freight or passage, applv to WM. ISBISTfcB, Carrie-street, Adelaide. s&f&t T?0E WAHGTJNYAH and inter ^||j J inediate Stations. — The Steamer LADY DALY Trill leave Goolwa about 15t1i instant. ' JOSEPH DARWENT, Agent. Adelaide. ri^. /CLIPPER Schooner CYNT. HA, 65 ton*, J*€j\ \J C. Heath, roaster. The owners of the igSjSgi* fast-sailing clipper Schoc^— CYNTHI hrg to intimate to the Settlers, I ? :ipers, and others resident in the Southern Du .. that the above vessel is now regularly trading ween 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 'his Vessel have been REDUCED to 10s. «d. PER TON. Agents at Port Victor, ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO. Agents at Port Adelaide, ' F. B. JONES &a...

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COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, July 13, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

COMMERCIAL. w Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, July 13, 1868. Two or three small parcels of wheat have changed hands during the week at 6s. 4^d. and Gs. 5d. ; but as there are no export orders, Adelaide prices rule, and owing to advices of a decline present quotations are only 5s. 9d. to 6s. In other farm produce there is no alteration from last quotations. Yesterday Mr. W. Gardner sold bv auction one allotment in the township opposite Mr. Greayer's for JE51, and two email allotments, about l-12th of an acre each, for £10 and .£15 respectively. An allotment at Middleton, near the Tramway Junction, was withdrawn at £100.

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RUSSIA. THE ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

RUSSIA. THE ATTEMPT ON TilE LIFE OF THE CZAR. There is no end to the manifestations of loyalty which the recent attempt upon the Czar's life has called forth. The Uussian Gazette of St Petersburg says that the iuars-iials and deputies of tt. Petersburg nobles had resolved unanimously to present Os^p Ivano vitch Komisrarof, the peasant who foiled the assassin's aim, with a hMy image, aud to open for him a subscription, to which all »he nobility of the district are invited lo subscribe. The permanent difi.utaii ins of tbe nobles waited upon him to obtain his consent to be enrolled in tbe book of nobles. KoraiiiSiii'of gratefully accepted the offer, aud in doing so gave the fe'lowing account of whaf took place : — ' 1 do not know myself what strange feeling possessed me when I saw that man pressing through the crowd. I was watching him, but when the Ivsnpiror came up he went out of my mind. AH at once I saw him draw a pistol and aim at the Emperor. I bethought myself that if I rushed u...

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THE SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

THE SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL , SOCIETY. r A meeting of the Committee of the above Society, convened by advertisement in the Southern Argus, was held at Smallacombe's Assembly Boom oa Thursday evening. Mr^ William Gardner, VicePre sident of the Society, occupied the chair. A letter was received from Mr. J. F. Bottomley, resigning the Secretaryship, and it was resolved that the resignation be accepted for the present, and that Mr. 8. Trigg act as Secretary pro tern. Some accounts were pasEed for payment, and upon the motion of Mr. S. Trigg, seconded by Mr. B. Welch, it was resolved that subscription-lists bo opened for the forthcoming ploughing match and show, and that the lists be printed. It was then determined to adjourn the meeting until Saturday, the 21st July, at 2 o'clock, at thi umepUc*, *1 1

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PRUSSIA. ATTEMPTED ASSASINATION OF COUNT BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

PRUSSIA. ATTEMPTED A&SASIVATION OF COUNT 1JISMARCJC. In Ilt-ilin an ntt- itpt uj-on the iife of Oiuv.t von TJismarck was ninrte at 5 o'clock c.n tbe eve-ning nf Mbv 7. as the Count was returning on fiot ploip the Untei- dcji Linden, aftvr lmving bad an nuiittnci: of tbe Kirp. Upcn reaching tl-.c Jfchntlon (?ii.-.cfc In- was firtd at f:om bthir.d by a mar, i\!u -;in:ba»p«d at liim two bar:els of a lwolri r. iJ-jili b1.d1j, hewevtr, uiissud the CVui.t, wiio iai j mediately turned and seized the man. In tb.2 struggle which ensued between them tbe assassin fired tbreu more shots from bis revol-xer. Count Bismarck remained unhurt, with tbe exception of a slight contusion. His clothes were also burned by the nearness of the last three discharges. Tbe per petrator of the attempted assassination was imme diately arrested by tbs police and conveyed to prison, where, while unobserved, he stabbed him self in the threat nine times with a pocket-knife having stveral blades. The physician...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Via Melbourne.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

NEW ZEALAND. ( Via Melbourne.! [Bt Electric Telegraph.1 I Front our own Correspondent] Melbourne, Friday Evening: The Tiger, schooner, has been wreeked at Wellington.

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