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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, SEPT. 11. THE ROAD FROM SADDLEWORTH TO AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Fkidat, Sept. 11. . THE BOAD FUOM SADDLEWOHlH TO ATTBUBN. Mr. Neaks moved " That an address be pre* sentfd to bis Excellency the Q-o rem or, praying hie Excellency to recommend this House to make provision in the Estimates for the' year 1870, to an extent not exceeding £5,000, for the purpose of repairing the road from Saddle* worth to Auburn." The petition referred to in the motion was signed by 648 people, includ ing every man of influence at. Carp, Watervale, Penwortbam, and Auburn. In reply to remarks which had been made about epeciaiitTef, he wag prepared to say that he could make out a case very much superior to ail other local cases. This was rot. a locil case. It had nothing to do specially with the Burra or with Clare, but was calculated to benefit the whole country. The road" between Saddleworth and Auburn was seven miles in length, and if it were put in a workable condition, it would ensure for tbe existing line of railway all the traffic of the North. ...
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
AUBUKN. (FJKOM: OUE OWN CORBESPOKDKNT ) September 16. A temperance meeting was held in the Bib1*&lt; Christian Chapel on Tuteday evening last, wheel Mr. S. Day occupied the chair. Addresses j were delivered by the Revs. J. Bock and R" | Long and Mr. Blackman. Mt^sre. D. J. WaU | tera and A. J. Carey gave recitations* The [ meeting waB well attended, and proved very [ interesting. We have had a week of very dry weather;, hot winds are blowing very hard to-day, and: appear to be doing serums damage to the drops.? Flour, £1 10A per bag; do, seconds, £L 2a ; pallardj'Ls 8d per bushel; bran, la 6d 'do;, wheat, 5s 6d do; chat?, £7 per ton; fresh butter, Is Id per lb; eggs, XOd per doz j beef, 5d to 6d per lb; mutton, 3d to 3d do. A deputation consisting of Messrs. Tarring ton, M* CI ure, Remington, Walker, L on nor, and Hinckley, appointed to represent to Govern ment the views of the South-Eastern Confe rence lately held in Penola, wared ca ibe Chief Secretaiy on the 7th instant. ...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD. MONDAY, SEPT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
DISTRICT COUNCILS. UPPER WAKEFIELD. MONDAY, SEPT. 6. Present-All the members. Proposed by Sir. Bowden, and seconded by Mr. Long, that ail tbe walks of the Cemetery should be cleared of grass, tree?, and stumps, and that the three lower blocks NOP. 1, 2, and 4 should have the grasB ttkimmed off and removed. Carried. Pro posed by Mr. Long, and seconded by Mr. Free man, that the rales aud regulations of the Cemetery be conspicuously painted on board, and affixed contiguous to the gates ; also that this Council are prepared Jfco grant leaeee for 99 5ears with regard to certain portions of the land. Tenders to be called for painting board and clearing walk* by 28th September.
NEWS AND NOTES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
NEWS ANB NOTES. I BY AN ADELAIDE MAST. Wednesday Evening. 1 The lion , of week baa undoubtedly been Mr. Keneally, ;tbe Fenian, who arrived a few days since by the Claude Hamilton, from Mel bourne, where the legality of his right to remain in Victoria was discussed inthe Supreme Court. The case was decided against Lim, and he took passage in the abovenamed vessel under tlie assumed same of Sullivan. The fact, however, was telegraphed to the police authorities here, and a member of the force boarded the steamer in the roads, and cautioned the master sgainat any breach of the Convicts Prevention Act. A meeting of Keneally'a sympathisers took place on Friday night, but it having been stated that the object of their anxiety was not over anxious to remain in Australia, nothing was done. On Sunday qu;te a levee was held on bcaid the y Claude Hamilton, most of the visitors being - friends ef the " c&use." Mr.Eeneally has since taken passage in the Uangatira for Point de Galle. A cas...
MAGISTRATE'S COURT, AUBURN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 14. (Before George Field, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
MAGISTRATE'S COURT, AUBURN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 14. (Before George Field, Esq., J.P.) Joseph Baileyt of Templars, was charged ! with fraudulently selling and converting to hie | own use six head of cattle of the value of £20, ! the property of Reuben Solly. After hearing | the evidence of the prosecutor and the arresting constable, the police applied for a rem and to enable them to procure a material witneie. | Remanded till Friday next.
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. After some discussion, Mr. Hodgkiss'e motion respecting the petition of pastoral leeaees and others was withdrawn. The Btll for the Prevention of Adulturation of Food was read a first time, as was also the Protection to Justices Bill. Several papers were4»id on the table, and some unimportant questions were answered. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15. 1 he land Fund Appropriation Bill was read a fecond time and earned through Committee. | The report relating to the drainage of the South-East was ordered to be printed, and the plan lithographed. Ti e Chief Secretary stated that part of the trnders for the mails had been accepted, and the rest would be re-advertised.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1669, tfnQon. IMPORTANT SALE AT CLARE OF SOME OF THE FINEST FARMING LAJSD IN THE DISIBICI?. ALIOTMENTS IN THE OLD AND NEW TOWNSHIPS OF CLARE. A" R T H U R KING & CO . 'are instructed to sell, as above, by E. B. Glte#on, Eeq.j the following well-known and superior Farms: Section 124 and part of 125, Clare, containing about 120 acres, with two-roomed Stone House, well and substantially built. Tbe^ Section' is on the, Armagh road, adjoining Mr. Gleeson'e gate. Section 3024, and part 136, Clare, containing about 144 acre*, well fenced, with run ning wafer ail the year round, Stone Dwelling-H^use, Garden, &&lt;%, Jet for £56 a year to E. Beckmann, for 2 years from 1st May, 1869., Section 138, containing 80 acres, fenced, " turning water at all times, let for £30 a jfar, lease expiring 31st December, 1869. The Section is now In the occupation of Mr. McEitmon. Section 139, Clare, containing 80 acres, with strong new fence, air ply supplied wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
Q L A B E a T.M A M FLO XTB . AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBEE, Pjbopbietoe. .Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. pi AN D C. BECKMASIf, Whohbs&ce AND BETAH&lt; iJUTCHEES AND SAUSAGE MAKEBS, MAIN STBEET, CLAEE. Established 1855. BN B E E W E B Y. A 17 B ^ The BEST XXX PALE ALE andPOBTEE In the colony are to be bad at THE AUBURN BBEWEEY. AP A E T K E , j . Cabinet Maker and Uphoisteier, j . j CLAEE. i ! N.B.-FDNEEALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. j 1 : \ JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DEUGGIST, BOOS! SELL EE, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN BTEKET, CLARE. jp E E C Y W~. D Y E £, CHEMIST aud DEUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURBA BUEEA. JJ DAWSON, SADDLEB AUD HAENESS MAKER, K O O B I N G A. J BEBNSTEIN, TAILOR, PEOFESSED TKOU3EBS aND BREECHES MAKER, Main £ TEEET, CLAbE. AU orders executed on the shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. All sorts cf Sewing Machines repaired. J M o C A U L , WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, C L A E E, b[ tT H. H o S I E E, ...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 17 September 1869
THE MAJRKEIS. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 6s 8d to 6s lOd Flour, £16 to £17 CLASS. Wholesale Wheat 6s 6d Flour, £12 10s per ton of 2000 lbs Bran, It 4d per bushel Pollard, 1B 4>d per bushel Chaff, Bono Fresh butter lid per lb Potted butter, lOd Eggs, 8d per doz. Bacon, 8d per lb Ham, 9d. Cheese, none Potatoes, 10a 6d
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gaz tte" Sept. 16) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the &lt;:G-overnment Gaz tte" Sep*. 16 ) Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Glare), Geo. Reece, poundkeeper.-One t-aj horse, star, saddle marked, branded like WP near shoulder, illegible brands oif shoulder like - with h over 17 ; one | dark brown horse, star, saddle and girth marked, branded like jb over 2 near shoulder, like c or G near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold September 27, 1869, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. Impounded at the public pound, Mintaro, A. Smith, poundkeeper-One red bullock, white spots on belly, wide horns, branded like mr near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold October 11, 1869, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Section 3040, Hundred of Ivooring-a (nearest post-office, Redruth), D. Mac namara, poundkeeper-*-One grey horse, collar marked, GW near neck; one black mare, off fore and near hind foot white, like w near shoulder « off shoulder, near hip down; one bay mare, wt off shoulder, hs nea...
SERVICE FROM THE CAMELS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
SERVICE FROM THE CAMELS. There has been another dive into what remains of the unknown interior. A party despatched from Perth has been examining- a portion of that coun try which stili figures as a blank on the map between the colony of Western Australia and the territory which the Adelaide men have opened northward. The hope of finding1 some evidences of the fate of Leichhardt was the motive of the expedition. The blacks reported that they had seen in these wilds the remains of white men, and accordingly the whole of the particular district indicated has been penetrated and exa mined. But there were no traces any where of the presence of Europeans. Hie leader, Mr. Forrest, leaving* his party encamped, and accompanied only by a sing-le native, made a flying1 trip one hundred miles further to the east, and on his return, as provisions were getting- short, the expedition made its way back to the settlements. Mr. For rest describes the country travelled over as u the worst he had ever ...
MAGISTRATE'S COURT, AUBURN. (Before George Field, Esq., J.P.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
MAGISTRATE'S COURT, AUBURN. (Before George Field, Esq., «X.P.) FEIDAX, SEPTEMBER 18. PFIELIMIKAEY INVESTIGATION. Joseph Bai'ey was charged on the informa tion of Reuben Solly, of Water vale, with fraudulently selling and converting to hie own use six head of c a tie, the property of in formant. Reuben Solly deposed : I am a farmer living at Wat-err ale. I know the prsoner. I let him have about 24 head vf cattle to depasture. I received 18 of there b iek again. I belit-v; the prisoner sold ihe reu a ning s:x head. I never authorised him to sell them ; neither did I sell them to him. I have paid the prisoner for de pasturing the cattle by giving him a buli-asd cow (not included in the six bead he is now charged with convening to his own use). There were three steers, two heifers, and a cow, which were all branded-with the exception of one steer-bs near ribs, and h near rump, off ear cut. I have settled with the prisoner for de pasturing the cattle, i can identify the cattle if produce...
SOUTH RHINE GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
SOUTH RHINE GOLD-FIELDS. A correspondent of the " Bunyip," writing on the 17th instant, gives the following account, of the new gold-fields: *( According to promise, I give a slight sketch of our journey to the South .Rhine Gold-fields. On leaving Gawler on Wednesday we pro ceeded by way of Williametcwn, Mount Craw ford, and Mount Pleasant^ where we arrived about 3 p.m., and met Mr. Commissioner peterewald on his way to the South Rhine. We, however, heard that. there was a new gold-field discovered close to Mount Pleasant, and in .company with Mr. Peters wald proceeded to the spot, where we found about twenty men at work, and a number of reaf claims marked out. We were shown about 1 oz. of beautiful reef gold, obtaintd from one of the cleims there. Seven claims were at once registered by the Commissioner, and the parties appeared to be very sanguine of success. The following morning we proceeded to the £outh Shine, a nice drive of about ten miles, and vfouud some sixty persons anxio...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE. MONDAY, SEPT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLARE. MONDAY, SEPT. 20. Present-Messrs. J. W. GHeeeon (in the chair), Hunter, Hi«cbcox. Bray, and Bradtke The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Resolved that, the clerk distrain for | all rates in arrears, in accordance with clause 185, Act 10, 1858. Mr. Thomas Moyses applied to have repairs done on road by sec tions 138 and 139. To be attended to when the Council is in funds. Application to close road by sectiou 3040 granted. Clerk reported that he did not go to M ntsro on account of havirg to attend the Local Court. An appli cation was received from Mr. Owen Clarke to close read in Armagh Nor'h and supported by ten ratepayers Council deputed Mr. Grleeson to point out to Mr. Clarke the roads that he may c?03e till further objections, Resolved that- Mr. Rogers be deduced £3 6s 8d on account of not having finished contract 38 according to specification. Payments, £24j receipt?, £22 10s 9d.
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, SEPT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
CLARE CORPORATION. MONDAY, SJEPT. 20. Present-The Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Beckmann, Bowiey, Patcraon, and Smitb. The minutes of last meeting were read aad confirmed. GENERAL BUSINESS. William Pat ergon was sworn in as member for South-West Ward, left vacant by Coun cillor HoBCrow's d&lt; cease. Ir was resolved that the clerk should issue a notice in the "Northern Argus" to the effect that legal stepB will be taken to recover rates in arrear after a week's notice. Councillor Bowlev proposed that Mr. Scott be paid the sum of £200 for contract work, and that he give a clear receipt for the same. Carried. Mr. Powell made an application for permis sion to cut a footpath 18 feet wide at the south boundary. Granted. Mr. J. Gr. Jiamsay applied for a license to erect a weighbridge on his premises at the north end of Clare. Granted. The Town Clerk reported Mr. Ember making a verbal application for permission to flag the footpath in front of the mill. Coun cillors Smith, ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
\u girps. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1869. PROTECTION to native industry is a subject that has often been brought under the notice of the public, and now that an alteration in the tariff is pro posed, a few remarks relating thereto may iiot he out of place. It is stated with a considerable amount of truth that a young population is fast spring ing up, for whose labor no demand, under existing circumstances, is likely to ensue, and this is to be regretted the more when it is taken into consi- i deration that our clothing*, boots andi shoes, saddlery, and even articles of the most simple and general nature, arrive in large quantities week after week from the United Kingdom, Ger many, and America. It is only a few days since there came to the Port a vessel from Boston with a cargo of what are termed "notions," most of which could easily have been manufac tured by children or inmates of the Destitute Asylum, and sold at a profit were the industry protected by a mode rate duty. The same remark...
NEWS AND NOTES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
NEWS AND NOTES. BIT JLN ADELAIDE MAS. Wednesday .Evening. The crisis bas come at last. The Treasurer made his fiscal statement on Ihursday last, and estimated a deficiency in the revenue of £90,000, which be proposed to meet by a long array of stamp duties, and an increased duty oi Id. per lb. on tea, 1b. per cwt. on sugar, 6d. per lb. on tobacco, Id. per lb. on chocolate, Id. per lb. on hops, and an increase of the ad valorem duties from 5 to 7£ per cent. On Tuesday the Hon. T. Reynolds moved that the financial policy ot the Government was unsatisfactory to the House, amendments being submitted by Mr. Blyth and Mr. Townsend. After a debate of five hours, the further consideration of the motion was postponed till Thursday. A meeting took place on Saturday evening last, at the Hotel Europe, the head-quarters of the Protectionists, for the purpose of considering the proposed tariff and Strang way's insult to the farmers of South Australia; also as to the appropriation of the unexpende...
ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 24 September 1869
ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH, CLARE. The Presbyterians held their seventh annual j anniversary on Sunday and Monday last in the Town HalL According to announcement, the fiev. James Henderson, of Fort Adelaide, preached two persons in the Hall on the Sabbath; the congregations both in the morn* ing and evening were very large. The Rev. gentleman's text in the forenoon was taken from the 26th chapter of Matthew and the 53rd verse, " Thinkeat thou that I cannot pray to my father, and he will give me more than twelve legions of angels," The sermon was very impressive, and was listened to with profound attention. In the evening the Hall waB literally crowded with a very attentive congregation, The text was taken from Matthew, chapter IX, i 28th verse, " Come unto me, and I will give you rest." A collection was made after each of the services in aid of the Church Fund. On the following day a bazaar was held in the Town Hall. The "various articles exposed for sale were neatly an...