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SOUTH-ROAD DEVIATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

SOUTH-ROAD DEVIATION7 QUESTION. a ? fFrom the lieghterA A public meeting of the inhab rants of Aldinga was held at the Aldinga Hotel on Monday, July 16, at 3 p.m., for the purpose of considering the ex pediency of supporting the proposed deviation from the South -road at a point known as Mudgo's Corner, near the Horseshoe, Noarlungi. About 25 person* were present, and Mr. 8. liujterworih was voted to the chair. Tbe Chairman read the advertisement convemnrr the meeting, and expressed a hope each speaker would be accorded a fair und i apartisl hearing. Mr. R. Lobas thoaght that this was a question of great impoitance to every one present, aud thev were therefore at liberty to speak freely npon it, no matter who was pleased or offended. It was 29-years fince he first came to the Horseshoe, and then he observed the force of the current in its different emrees. He arrived at the conclusion that it was a bad and un suitable place fora settlement He had no ill feeling asrainst, bat, on the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

ALEXANDRIA. Satupday, July 14. Present — AH the members. Mr. Henry I'avy appointed Chairman : Mr. Henry Goldfinch, Treasurer. Clerk appointed for the en suing year. The bilance-sheet for the half-year end:ng June 30, J86G. was Jaid on the table, duly audited. The luombera of Council expressed their approval of the fiatis'jictirv hilance in hand, and considers it highly crtdi tauie to the district. Tho depasturing of ca'tlc was put to the vote, when three held up their hands fiir 4s. per head for great cattle, and two fur 1-. 6-1. per bead for great caille. Tf:e Chairman declared the 4-«. carried, sore against his wish, as be did not hull with the d tgiu tue manger system. Clerk to gazette the same. Two tenders received for metalling the sandy roai near Mr. YcllandV, from Mr. Mitthew Abl:ott, at £0 18s., and Mr. A. Tayior, £6 19i. per ch&iu ; the latter accepted. Clerk to iuvite tsnders for metalling tfie road near the Mi'.ang Cemetery; also clearing sundry other roads. Deviv...

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LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [By Electric Telegbaph.] [From oar own Correspindent.J Adelaide, Friday Evening. Wheat, 6s. 2d. to 6s. 3d.; flour, £14 to £15.

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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

STRATHALBYN. Friuat, Jvji.y 13. l're=ent — Messrs. Hooper, (Jlose, Coad, lhomas, and Mathr-son. Mr. Hooper was elected Chairman. Surveyor reported on contract at New Hamburg. Council to inspect that aud other works oa die following day. Tenders to be called for repairs of old schoolhouse, for clearing road on i»ry l'iaius, and another near the swamp. C' nfinnation of Commcnella-road received from the Government. Letters received from Me.=srs. HoUhsuse and Ashwin, aud from the Commia.sioner of Crown Lands. Mr. TTollhouse stated that the JJ-ard would decline the iss-ue of rations to Mrs. Hocking at the end ? f :5;e present quai ter. Mcdfcal account returned at same time for correction. Fencing in the old graveyard on the Reserve was spokm of, hut deferred fir a short time. Mr. C'lImaM ieporfed that he was af-out to tlter his line of f^nce on the Finniss Flat road. Mr. Koanar, solicitor, was again retained by the C«.uncil. Mr. Coid to get some repairs done on the Sander grt-ve-road. La...

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VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

VICTORIA. | By Electric Telegraph.] [From our own Correspond -n^.J Melbourne. Friday Eveninff. Wheat, 6s. 3d. to 7s. ; flour, £16. There is some Increased activity in this market in consequence of the New Zealand demand.

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YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

YANKALILLA. Saturday. July 14. Present — All the members. Mr. J. Butterworth was unanimouslv elected Chairman. T!ie Inspector reported havine let a portion of cuitfng veqnired on Stony Finch-rond; also, that huildinj.^f culvert and metalling; road near Baldliiils l'o-t Office was finished satisfactorily. Kesolved that Mr. S. Le'.hby be r. quested to employ a man to repair bridge near Mr. March's and to supervi.-vB the work. The Clerk was instructed to write to the ITon. Commissioner of Crown Lands, and request that the Government would allow this Council toj-ng mit end f-rai AcvUthni of road through the unsoU iand near Mr- Button's. Messrs. Diivies end Pu land reported having let si:me nectssary repairs to Leak's Bridge and ap {ir-iacln.'^- Mr. ftir.ith reported 15J days' work by J. McEutee. and 4J days' work by '1'. Isosewull, at repairs and cuttii-g on roads, Carraeulfnga. tSevtr.il laborers attended and requested the Coun cil to give them employment on the roads. Kesolvc-d, that ...

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THE AMERICAN WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

THE AMERICAN WHEAT MARKET. The Register publishes the following tele gram : — ' Sydney, July 18. ' Californian advices state the probability of the charter of the Co3ra, dispatched from this port for breadstuff's, being cancelled. ' The Craig Ellachie brings 100 tons wheat. and the remainder of her cargo is barley and oats. ' Valparaiso dates to the 2 1st April. ' The Jane Blyth and Atrevida were load iug for Sydney. The Springbok had been chartered for Melbourne, the Chillinghain for New Zealand, and the Summer Cioud for one of the colonies, but her exact destination was uncertain. 'Wheat in bulk, 2 dols., 12£ cents per fanega. Flour, 2 dols. 37^ cents to 2 dols. 50 cents per quintal.'

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MACCLESFIELD. SATURDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

MACCLE^FfELD. Satckday, Jult 14. Present — Messrs. T. Graham, S. Albot, H. Marker, ]}. Austin, and M. Elder. Mr. T. Graham appointed Chairman for the ensuing year. Payment* made — P. Corcoran, £12 ; Jackson and Ross^JElO; J. Mitchell, £10; FJ. Pixon, £1 10-. Circular received from Comininsioner of Crown Lands iu reference to the labor market. A. Ciinsidine applied as deputation for a grant from the Council to aid in building school iooib at Green's Place, near Blackwood. Council agreed to supplement an amount not exceeding £25, if the plan and estimate rendered should meet their approval. Application to be made to the Commissioner of Crown Lauds to give notice to the occupier of fc'ection 2834 to have old main line opened at once. Clerk to apply for rations far Mrs. O'Dea. faiary ol' Clerk from Ju'.y 1st to be £4.0 per annum. Kesolved, that, the day for the Council meetings be Saturday instead of Monday, at the Usual hour.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

BIRTH. Laukie.— On the 17th inst, at Sonthcote, Mrs. Laurie, of a daughter. Kemp — At the Schoolhinse, MUang, on the 10th instant, the wife of Mr. A. Kemp, teacher, of a daughter. POBT ELLIOT, SATURDAY, 1\st JULY.

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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

NOAELUXGA. The following gentleman were duly nominated on Monday, 2nd July, as Councillors: — Messrs. J. Gribble, W. Humberston, P. Lutnb, J. MuJge, and G. Yates; as Auditors, Messrs. J. Adams, C. B. Canham. C. Furler, and W. A. Martin. A ballot having been demanded, was taken on Monday last, with the following result :— For Coun cillors, Messrs. J. GribMe, 3(j ; W. Humbarstone, 30; P. Lumb, 53; J. Mudge, 27; G. Yatts, 32. For Auditors, Me?sr-. J. Adams, 28 ; C. B. Canham, 26: C. Furier, 39; W. A. Martin, 36. The lteturninp Officer (Mr. W. Oliver, Chairman of District Council), therefore declared Messrs. Lumb, Ciribb!e, at:d Yaies duly elected Councillors ; and Messrs. Furler and Martin as Auditors. The number of votes polled was about 70.

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PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

PUBLIC WORKS. A public meeting has been convened at Varcoe's Hotel, Goolwa, for next Tuesday evening, to consider the propriety of memo rializing the Government to surrey a branch line of tramway from Currency Creek to ©oolwa. We are exceedingly glad to find that there is a disposition abroad to be up and stirring in the work of making known the requirements of the district and agitating for their fulfilment ; but we do most strongly urge upon the conductors of the meeting the necessity for dealing with tbe subject of public works and the labor market in a wider sense than will be involved in the single question proposed for consideration. There is every reason why at this particular juncture the public opinion of the South should be expressed firmly and unmistakeably. Agita tion is the orderof^ the day. The opponents of immigration have succeeded in alarming the feeble and pliable Ministry who now occupy the place of power without exercising its strength. The Attorney-General — the...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATURDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. ^ATUIIDAY, JlLY ]4. Present — Messrs. Edward Dutton, B. Welch, R. Suuman, and Gt«~rsre Max-field. Clerk read the Gazette notice of the election of Mvssrs. 1*. C. deajer and S. Trijrgss Auditors; and Messrs. F Turner,' of liindmar=h Island, H. .Sun man, of Nksngkita, and Guorge Mavfieid members of the District Council fur year ending June 30ih, 1S07. Mr. It. Gunman -was elected Chairman pro tern. — final election postponed until next meeting. The Council resolved to vote the sum of £20, in cluding the £10 already promised, in aid of the com pletion and Citings of the new schoclhou.se iu liincl marcu Valley. The Clerk was desired to return Mr. Dowland his accuuxt for the interment of Hoskius Council being of opinion his application should be first made to the deceased relations. The Coiuicil agreed to instruct the contractor to reuair tho imd in front of Mr. HoweU's residence, with a view to more effective drainage. Circular received from Cro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

Amusements. j I WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. ! [ Under the Immediate Patiioxage or | HIS KXChLLEKCY KIR DOMIMCK DALY, | Governor-in-- niEF, South Australia. ; SIR HtKRY BAKKLY, | Late Governor of Victoria. : HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GREY, ! Govebxor of New Zealand. ? HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JOHN YOUNG, ! HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE BOWEN, GOVERXOB OF QdEENS^ASD. , Ana the eliii of the Australian Colonies. \ THE CHARMING VOCALIST AND DRA MATIC DELINEATOR OF CHARACTER MISS EMMA NEVILLE, j Of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, and Lyceum, j London, and late of Lyster's Italian and - English Opera Company. j MR. GEORGE LODER, i The renowned Composer, Conductor, Pianist and j Buffo Singer, late of Lystci's Opera ; Company, assisted by j MISS JULIA MILNE, ; The favorite Danseuse and Actress, from llie ?. Theatre Royal, Melbourne ; aiid ! MR. j. D. MARSH, i Late Stage Manager of Barry Sullivan's Star j Company, Theatre Roval, Melbourne, WILL SHORTLY APPEAR WILLUNGA YANKALILLA VICTOR HARBOR PORT ELLIOT i GO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

Shipping. -Or* /CLIPPER Schooner CYNTHIA, 65 tons, #I§|BS\, yj C. Heath, master. The owners of the JgsSzZ. iast-sail iRg clipper Schooner '3''''sr CYNTHIA beg to intimate to Ihe Settlers, Storekeepers, and others resident in the Southern 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 RATES of FREIGHT on Goods from Port Adelaide to Port Victor by this Vessel have been REDUCED to 10s. 6d. PER TON. Agents at I'ort Victor, ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO. Agents at Port Adelaide, F. B. JONEB, & CO. VICTOR HARBOR AND GOOLWA. G. S. READ, /CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL \J COMMISSION AGENT. Goods for River Murray and its tributaries for warded per first steamer. Good storage for Wool. Agent for the South Australian Insurance. Com pany. Fire and Marine Risks taken. ? Merchandise. ? ON SALE by the undersigned, ex Seafield, White Eagle, Hindoo3tan, and Trevely...

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COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, July 20, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

COMMERCIAL. ? ,«. ? Southern Argus Office. Friday Evening, July 20, I860. We hare scarcely any alteration to note in the local markets this week. Holders of wheat are firmer in their demands, but very little business has been done.

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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

SHIPPIN G. victor HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Tuesday, July 17 — Crixolixe, schooner, 87 tons, O'Hara, master, from Port Adelaide. G. S. Read, agent. Cargo — 154 pkgs sundry merchand-se, Johnson and Murphy; 10 do. \V. It. Randall; 3 do, E. Fclgate; 1 do, Graham; 238 do, I. Cudmore ; 153 do, A. Ross and Co.; 124 do, P. C. Greayer; 43 do, E. Dutton ; 1 do, Murray and Jackson ; 1 do, D. T. J..nrs; 3 do, E. Tru love; 55 do, E. Cohen; 1 do, D. Guiding; 1 do, J. Bom; 8 do, S. Trigg; 1 do, Clark aud Dodson ; 1 do, Hegsraton and Hodee; 1 do, Greenfield ; 60 do, Thos. Goode ; 27 do, J. Freeman. fame day — Cynthia., schooner, 65 tons, Heath, master, from Port Adelaide. R. Allen, agent. Cargo — 8 casks cement, 5,400 bricks, R. Redman ; 1 case, J. Greenfield ; 4 pkgs merchandise, R. Gilbert ; 115 do, Boxall; 1 do, Osborne; 14 do, A. Rich; 1 do, Golding; 3 do, D. T. Jones ; 4 do, T.Jones; 1 do, J. Varcoe; 5 do, E. Truslove ; 11 do, Harkins; 4 do, J. Born ; 5 do, Heggaton and Hodge ; 2 do, F. Small...

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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

THE METROPOLIS. ? 'W ? IFrom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, July 19. The working man is still making him self beard, and when times are quiet and topics scarce, really forms a very admirable substitute for the oppressed and down trodden squatter. On Tuesday, July 13, a deputation of working men waited on His Excellency to present the address passed at the monster meeting at the Town Hall. The interview -passed off very agreeably, and with great courtesy and frankness on one side, and moderation and resppetful but manly demeanor on the other. Of course on an occasion like that, such representatives of the persecuted operative as Messrs. Murphy and Dale would make the most of a governor when they had him ; and His Excellency was treated to little bits of biography that were not recorded by a cold, unsympathetic press. All the old arguments against immigration were duly sired and shaken and submitted to His Excellency's attention. 'How often,' said His .Ex cellency, ' have artizans ...

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"VERBUM SAPIENTIBUS SATIS EST." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

' VEBBUM SAPIENTIBUS SATIS EST.' TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOCTItERST AHCCS. Sir — Will you allow me to occupy a small portion of your space in referenc: to the chairmanship of the Port Elliot and Goolwa District Council. I have heard from various sources that the gentle man who has for five or six years filled the cbair of this Council has again come forward as a candidate ior mat position. Now, fcir, 1 conceive that the question as to who occupies the chair at the Council Board is of small imjor-ancc to the ratepayers; but t-- bs the repre sentative of the district at the Central Road B.-aid — the medium of communication between the Govern ment and the district— the consei vator of education in the neighbourhood, and the occupant of the cbair at important public meetings, requires not a mere dummy, but a man of position and ability, education and tact. Of Mr. Gunman in his private character I know nothing, but in his public capacity as Cfaarman of this important district 1 venture to '...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. J~By Electric Telegraph.] | From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, Friday Evening. The Lady Darling had sailed from New castle with fat cattle for Adelaide.

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1866

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. j Br Electric Telegraph.] I From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Friday Evening. £50,000 have been bequeathed by Mr. Hastie to the Church of England, Presbyterian Church, and Melbourne University. It is reported that Mr. Michie intends join ing the New Zealand Bar. An action for libel has been commenced against the Age by Mr. Bradshaw, the Clerk j of the St. Kilda Council in connection with the recent registration of votes.

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