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

? 00 ? ROME. A letter from Rome sa3's that the dates for the leaving - f tl;-s French corps of occupation there has now been fixed at ihe 11th December, 1SG6. If it j remains beyond that period it will no longer act for the protection of tbe Pope, but only as a corps of observation in regard to events in the Kingdom of Itafy-.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

THE DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES. The Paris Conference has refused to sanction the election of Prince Charles of Ilohcr.zoUern as Hos podar of Boumania, and has requested the pro visional government to notify this taut in the official journal. Notwithstanding, however, the opposition of Turkey and tbe Paris Conference, Prince Charles not only accepted tbe proffered throne, bat bas taken possession of it. He landed a few days ago in vVallacbsa, where be was received with acclamations, and pioicodcd direct to the opital amidst the enthu «astic cheers of tbe people. On bis arrival at Hucliarest he visited tbe Chamber of Depu:ies, and delivered a speech to the assembled members.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. Friday Evening, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE NEWS. fBr Electric Telegraph.! [From omr own Correspondent.] Friday Evening, July 13. Certain portions of the District of Echunga have been added to Crafers. The new Local and Police Courts will be erected near the Government Printing Offices, opposite the Supreme Court. The Government have still some of the tea seed available for distribution. The Government are urged to make the road from Tapley's FKH to Glenelg and Brighton. A tender has been accepted for the erection of a new wing to the Adelaide Hospital. The amount is over £5,000. The Government have determined, in order to meet the demand for employment, to oner the various District Councils and Corporations advances in anticipation of the next grants in-aid. The Attorney-General has gone to Mel bourne. The Government will order by the next mail an iron bridge to cross the Murray at Edwards's. Thomas Goode, of Goolwa, Alexander Stark, of Strathalbyn, and Drs. Whittelland Wheeler are gazetted Justices of the Pe...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) Adelaide, Friday, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

LATEST TELEGRAMS. , IATEST MUBRAY ANl- DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentwoith and AaelaWeA j By EtfccTRte Teieq&aph 1 [From our own Correspondent I Adelaide, Friday, July 13 The steamer G. H. P. has reached Hay. The Darling is rising. There have been heavy rains at Fort Bonrke. The Bogan River is bank high. Mr. Cracknell, the New South Wales Superintendent of Telegraphs, who arrivedfrom England in the mail Bteamer on Tuesday, sailed for Sydney to-day. He promises to see to the opening of the Wentworth line of telegraph immediately on bis return to Sydney. Beurke, Jane 29. The Darling had risen three feet in 24 hours. Mount Murchison, July 1. The Darling was rising gradually. There were reports that the upper river . waa flooded. Kulnine, July 7. The Murray continues rising. Reports had reached Kulnine that the Darling was rising at Bourke.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. TBy Electhic Telegraph.! {From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, Friday Evening The steamer Cawarra has been wrecked on Oyster Bank, off Newcastle. She broke in two and suddenly disappeared. Not a vestige was left. There were 23 passengers on board, and all perished. The ship Lady Bowen got on the rocks, and remains there. The gale was- the heaviest that has been known for years. The night has been fearful. One seaman is sole survivor of the Cawarra.. The barque William Watson is wrecked close by. There is great excitement.

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ? * VICTORIA. |Br Ecectbic Telegraph. I (From our own Correspondent.! Melbourne, Friday Evenim?. The All England Eleven will re-visit the colonies under the captainship of Wiltshire. The sew Exhibition Building is nearly completed, A borse disease prevails at Kyneton. The new Governor is expected to arrive by the next mail.

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MACCLESFIELD. MONDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

MACCLESFIELD. Monday, July 9. An adjourned meeting for the election of Coun cilors for this district was duly held to-day. Voting commenced at 9 a m., and contin ed until 5 p.m. There was very little excitement mani fested until about the close of the pall. The successful candidates are Messrs. S. Abbott, 31 ; H. Marker, sen., 26; \Ym. Elder, 23.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. ENCOUNTER BAY. SATURDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ENCOUNTER BAY. Saturday, Jult 7. Present — The Chairman ; Messrs. Kbbiason, Hig gins, and Gibbon. The Chairman and Messrs. Robinson and Higgins reported arrangements made with. Mr. Grimble for cutting a watercourse through Section 82 and part of Section 81'; also with Messrs. Grhnble, Higgins, -nii rmsKp.r for nrivate subscriptions for the same. Resolved, that the agreements be approved, and that the Clerk pay the amount, subject to corrected measurement, and works to bo approved by Messrs. Robinson and Biggins, There being certain obstructions to water near Mr. Rumbelow's, and in Section 14, it was resolved that the Chairman and Messrs. Robinson and Gibson be requested to examine the game, and arrange for the immediate removal of the evil. Resolved, that Mr. Robinson be requested to get needful repairs and additions done to public peund, Waitpinga. Mr. Hyde's contract. — Mr. Robinson reported works progressing, and arrangements made for extras. The Clerk reported...

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ADDITIONAL TELEGRAMS. London, June l. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

ADDITIONAL TELEGRAMS. London, Jun&l. Spanish fleet repulsed in attempting to bom bard Callao. Bank discount, lft per cent. Liverpool failures — Maculloch and Co. and. Cambrough and Co. London, June 2'. The political situation on the Continent has not improved during the week, and the pro* spects of a peaceful settlement of the German difficulties are rather less hopeful. ''' London, June 4. Austria having refused to discuss any terri torial changes, the success of the Congress is rendered doubtful. London, June 5. Conference abandoned in consequence of the reservation of Austria, who refuses to discusa territorial changes. London, June 6. The Holstein Estates have been convoked, which Prussia declares is a violation of the Gastein Convention. Kurrachee, May 7. The steamer Lawrence, 194 tons, 110 horse-power, belonging to the Indus Steam Flotilla, has sunk two stages above Kotree. Three steamers have left Kotree to render assistance.

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MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

MOUNT BARKER. The adjoarned annual meeting of ratej avers was held July 9. The state of the poll when c osed mi as follows: — For Councillors — William Hannaford, 63; Walter Patterson, 59; William Wedd, 56; James Handle, 54; William Walker, 42; John Forster, 35; Charles TiUbrook, 10; and for tw« Auditors as follow?, viz : — Francis Isaac Smith, 92; James Wilcox McKechnie, 74 ; Benjamin Gr»r» ** i ? Robert Walker, 24. ? . j

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

JAPAN. Sir Harry and Lady Parkes have visited Satsuma's Palace.

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

STRATHALBYN. Electiok Meetixo — Monday, Jult 9; Eight candidates were proposed for Councillor and five for Auditorehip. Poll opened at 9 a.m, and closed at 5 p.n-. Mr. Gollan, sen.. Chairman of Council, acted as returning officer, Mr. Bosisto as poll c erk, and Messrs. Bonnar, Knight, and Paterson as si tatineers. At 6 p.m. the returning officer declared Messrs. Close, Matheson, and Hooper eleeted as C uncillors, and Messrs. Chave and Noye as Auditors.

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BRITISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

BRITISH SHIPPING. Arrivals from South Australia. May 1— Goolwa, Johnston, master, at Plymouth. May 11 — Hamilla Mitchell, Branscombe, master, at London. May 11— Ltdia, Hilton, master, at London. May 11 — A. M. Gambles, Fisher, master, at Swansea. May 24— Yatala, Legoe, master, at London. May 25— St. Viscekt, Loutit, master, at London. Departures for South Australia. May 9 — Ebsestikb, Sterry, master, from Elj mouth. May 10— Pekuja, Orchard, master, from Graves - end. May 13 — Evelyn, Gale, master, from Deal. May 21 — St. Leonards, Franklin, master, froa Gravesend. May 22 — Vicar of Bray, Barclay, master, from Liverpool. May 26 — Coosatto, Bcgg, master, from London. Vessels Loading for Adelaide. (Corrected to May 26.) London — Orient, Harris ; Thames, Clark ; Caran jah, Clare ; City of Adelaide, liruoe ; Murray, Smart Goolwa, Johnston; Prince of Wales, Phillips; Yataia, Lfgoe. Liverpool — Hougoumont, Clark ; Arab Steed, Walker. Yessels Spoken. George Keynes, from London March 18, 12*...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. MAY 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

LONDON WOOL REPORT. Mat 25, 1866. Tbe second series of sales for this year commenced on tbe 10th of May under cirenmstances which, had our market been less strong, might have been pro ductive of a very heavy fall ; the rapid rise in the Bank rate, coupled with large failures among the financial companies, had produced much distrust, and the general impression was that wool would sell about 2d. to 3d. decline on the average prices of last sales. The opening sale, however, excited more competition than was anticipated, and prices might be quoted about l£d. to 2d. decline on March rates, which were exceptionally high ; after the first day or two there were symptoms of a slightly easier market, but the heavy purchases for French account strengthened the market, and notwithstanding tbe monetary panic and failures in the banking and discount companies, our market has been well main tained, and prices have rather hardened during the last few days. The high rate of money has not yet affecte...

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

FRANCE. At i\w sitting of the Corps Legislatiff on May 3, M. P.ouV.cr inade the following declaration on the part of the Government in reference to the state of political affairs : — ?'The Government could rot at the present time accept a discussion on the Gorman question without exposing itself to grave and numerous inconveni ences, but, in presence of the pre- occupation of the public miud, it considers that it ought to make known the character of the policy it intends to follow.' M. Rouher then pointed out that the efforts made by France towards the maintenance of peace had been only limited by a firm resolve not to con tract any obligation, and to maintain liberty of cctiou in questions which, after all, did not affect her honor, her dignity, and ln-r interests. It was the dutv1 of the Government to practice the rules of an h- iiust neutrality, and it bad determined t-- profit by its liberty of action only to protect tlie power, t Eecuiiry, and liJjeity of France against every j...

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FOREIGN. THE IMPENDING WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

FOREIGN. THE IMPENDING- WAR. The p-cpni aliens for war continue on all sides, ! end ihe anntd forces aie gradually approaching one aii' tlit-r. '1 }»? JJr.mt Nr.irz ojves a cctailod sccrarit of the t ip ting fit«s i!;at m?v be arrayed against etch .-f!,cr in Gersjisny, .'l^ouins ili-tt Aii-Jria might, in c?i?e of uie»-i:t ne^d, Lv straining t very nerve, nut into ilie fit-id above a trillion of iroops. Bv wiring j vrlm.tetrs ar.d by cslling out the more valid portion j of \be. FO-caiitd *I-.ndBtuim, t!;e grand totals the j 1'iu^isn foices'ir.ight be fwdltdto a millie:i of men. | The middle and smaller Slates t.f tlie German Con federat*?n may put into the fkid pbout 350X10 .', and ] in cane of urgent need perh.v, s 20!i ,0^0 more- The 1 'army of ltal--,on % y??.r for ting, may be laiscd to the total s*i;-net2i of 700.CO0 men. exclusive of a c rps of l-4..0«0 Custom-House officers who are tiaiiv.a to military service, and of the volunteer or f'G'J c'jrpp, whose numbers it is hnro=sib...

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SHIPPING. GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1866

SHIPPING. GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Wednesday, July 11 — Mosquito, schooner, Tinks, master, from Milang. Cargo — 190 bags wheat, Barker and Co. SAILED. Tuesday. July 10 — Queen, steamer, 50 tons, G. Pickhill, master, for Wentworth. Passengers — Mr.   and Miss Nixon, in the cabin. EXPORTS. Cargo of the Queen, for Wentworth — 72 bags potatoes, 6 do onions, 21 bales hay, 20 do compressed fodder, 100 bags oats, 15 do bran, 30 boxes candles, 86 cases oilmen's stores, 20 boxes soap, 25 bags salt, 50 cases jams, 1 pkt hops, 13 pkgs dried fruits, 16 bags sugar, 1 case coffee, 6 chests, 12 half-chesfe', and 20 boxes tea, 8 hhds beer, 25 cases do, J4 qr. casks brandy, 2 do rum, 2 do wine, 50 cases brandy, 25 do whiskey, 5 do cordials, 54 deals, 1,000 palings, 1 bale, and 2 pkgs woolpacks, Order. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. SAILED. Monday, Jaly 9 — Gem, cutter, 52 Ions, Lethaby, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers — Messrs. J. and D. Golding. Cargo — Sundries and quantity of pig iro...

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THE PANIC IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

THE PAN JC itf THE CITY. [Home News, .May 26.J Friday, the 11th of May, 1866, was a day nf confusion and alarm in the City snch as has no parallel ia the memory of the ' oldest inhabitant,' who is generally supposed to be j well acquainted with local history. Certainly the panic which took place in ihc flut:n«n of 1857, when the Western Banlc of Scotland and four other great provincial lisnks stepped payment, with a great number ef private firms, i never reached that height of anxiety ard i suspense which appeared everywhere io exist \ on this occasion. j It was not till after husiness hours on the 10th that the suspension of Overdid, €urney, and Co. was made known ; and the. effects j became painfully visible early on tke following | morning. No one need wonder th-t through out London, and even far away into the country, the tidings of the failure of a great house accredited in the popular imagination with almost boundless wealth should diffuso a feeling of uncertainty and dismay, ...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

CORONER'S INQUEST. Mr. S. Herbert, J.P., held an inqaest on Tuesday (10th) at Normanville, for the purpose of investigating the circumstances attending the death of Gco--go Bryant, publican, -whose death oefcarred on Sunday afternm-n in a somewhat peculiar manner. A Jury of 15 was c-mpannelled, and Mr. S. Lewis* of Yankuiilia, wps cl oseu foreman. After the Jury had proceeded to examine the body, which was in an advanced gtste of decomposition, the following evidence wn- heard : — Dr. Sleadtrsan. dulv anaiifird mediciil nrnc*itiorcr. said he had betn tlse meciicalatte-.»da«t of the »Iecea«cd foryeors. Was called in to see b5m the preceding Saturday evening. Found him laboring undtr delirium. He was not very violent, bat had many wild fancies. Prescribed fur him, ar.d remained with him the whole of the night. Did not consider him to be in a dangerous state, but rot sufficiently con scious to be lefc a'.one. A change in his malndy t-iok place at ebaut 3 o'clock on the Sunday morning. ...

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MEETING AT WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

MEETING AT WILLUNGA On Thursday evening a meeting to consider the sa-ne question was he.ld at Willunga. Alvut tbirty persons were present, and Mr. Pavy, the Chairman of the District Council occupied tlia chair. The I meeting was decidedly iu favor of the diviilion, j although it was urgently opposed by some gentlemen j f:03i Koarlunga. j

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