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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. The Otago Daily Times says:-"Letters received bj the General Government to Aug. 31 give the following intelligence with reference to Te Kooti's movements and the disposition of the colonial forces: - The Uriweras have returned to the east side of Waikaremoana, but nothing more is known of their movements. Te Kooti is still at Rotoari, and is said to be building a pa there. His force is computed at from 150 to 200. He is encumbered with a large number of women and children* Te Heukeu and Rewi are still with him. The Wairoa is protected by all the force available for that purpose, and the forts atTeHaroto and Titiokura secure communication with Taupo, and protect the settlement on that side. A force of nearly 200 men, composed of 90 infantry, 40 cavalry, and 40 or 50 natives, under Colonel Herricb, reached Runanga on Saturday, 11th ultimo. Lieut-Colonel McDonnell has removed from Wanganui to Hare Tauteka's camp in the Taupo country. One hundred mounted natives ...
NEWS AND NOTES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
NEWS AND NOTES. Br AN ADELAIDE MAX. Wednesday -Evening. The second protectionist meeting of the season was held at the Hotel Europe on Satur day evening last, Mr, P. Fisher, M.P., took the chair, but in doing so said he had only attended for the purpose of hearing the argu ments in favor of protection. After a Mr. G-owenlock entertained the company with a song entitled " The Battle of Protection/' Mr. F. G. Hales moved the first resolution-" That in the opinion of this meeting the present unprecedented depression in eveiy department of trade is mainly to be attributed to the conti nuous drain upon the resources of the colony to pay for foreign labor, to the injury and exclusion of local manufactures." He expressed his decided belief that the colony was going to the dogs, and as they had universal suffrage it was their own fault if things continued in the same way. What employment was there for the rising generation ? Was there a member of the House who could believe he was doing his...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THUESDAY, SEPT. 30. The Waste Lands Amendment Bill was read a third time. The Contagious Diseases and Statutory Oaths Bills were read a second time and carried through Committee. The Licensed Victuallers Amendment Bill was further considered in Committee. FRIDAY, OCT. 1. Mr. Townsend's motion-" That the remis sion of any portion of the sentence passed on a prisoner, other than allowed by regulation, is, except on the recommendation of the Judge who sentenced such prisoner, highly objection able, and injurious to the welfare of this pro vince"-was negatived by a majority of 7. Mr. Bower's motion-" That gold licences should apply to the whole of the waste lands of the Crown"-was withdrawn, the Government promising to do what was required. Mr. Hay's motion for a special grant for a bridge at Gume racha was negatived. The correspondence relating to Port Augusta Railway tenders was ordered to be laid on the table. The Select Committee's report on the Lunatic Asylum was...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Sept. 30.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette,1' Sept. Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Clare), Geo. Reece, poundkeeper.-One dark brown mare, stripe down fiice, collar and saddle marked, branded H6 with jn conjoined and r under near shoulder, like A over # off shoulder, like O over o near rump; one grey mare collar marked, shod, branded like c over ' near shoulder; one brown horse, shod, collar and saddle marked, branded like ( w near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold October 25, 1869, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Leasingham, H. Solly, poundkeeper One black mare, - over cross off shoulder, small star in forehead; one dark bay horse foal, if branded not legible; one iron grey horse, o off shoulder, white hind feet, blaze down face, one yellow steer, star in forehead, white belly and tail, a over - near rump ; one dark bay horse, like M near shoulder, in hobbles; one light brown mare, J under near shoulder, in hobbles, snip down nose. If n...
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
AUBURN. (FBOM OITB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) September 30. We have been blest with another nice shower of rain, which fell on Tuesday night, and I am glad to say this, with the rain which descended a week ago, has made a marked improvement in the appearance of our crops throughout the district, and has put our farmers in better heart, wh'eh is manifested by their cheerful countenances, whereas, only a fortnight ago. despondency and murmurings were almost universal, on account of the late drought and their gloomy prospects of the future. Auburn appears to be veiy quiet since the .how, after the great bustle. The local preachers of the Wesleyan body held their quarterly meeting at the parsonage on Wednesday morning, and ministers' quar terly meeting was held in the afternoon. A public meeting was held in the Chapel last evening, with a view to promote the devotional interests of that Church and the Auburn dis trict. Prayers were offered by Messrs. Ward, Wait, Laug, Bidgway, Bowe, and Overto...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THUBSDAY, SEPT. 30. The Waste Lands Act Amendment Bill was read a first time. The Chief Secretary said that the Govern ment would not take any steps towards opening a line of communication with North Australia until they had received further advices from the Surveyor-General. A bill to amend and consolidate the law relating to prisons was read a first time. TUESDAY, OCT. 5. A motion to again consider in committee the Adulteration of Food and Drink Bill was negatived. The Waste Lands Amendment Bill was car ried through committee. Adjourned for a week.
WIRE TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
WIRE TRAMWAYS. "A railway without cutting-s, em bankments, tunnels, viaducts, or bridges, no matter liow hilly the country to be traversed"-such is the definition given by Herapath's Journal of an invention now in use in Leices tershire, and a working model of which may be seen in Gresham street, B.C. The wire tramway provides a simple and cheap substitute for a line of rails, and is of great service where, from the scarcity or intermittent character of the traffic, or the engineering diffi culties of the ground to be got oyer, it is either not expedient or impossible to go through the expensive progress of fciming a local railway. For the wire spans over and evades obstacles in place of burrowing* under or levelling them, and will perform its task as easily along' a rugged tract of country as on the smoothest road. The expp,ri j ment being now prosecuted with com plete success between some Leicester shize stone (Quarries and a railway j station three miles distant consists of an en...
CLARE CORPORATION. Monday, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
CLARE CORPORATION. Monday, Octobee 4. Present-His Worship the Major (in the ohair), and Councillors Beckmann, Pateraon, Smith, IieFeuvre, and Young. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. It was resolved that Mr. Ramsay should be charged £11a for his weighbridge for the re mainder of the j ear. The Town Clerk was requested to see Dr. Bain, when he complies with clause 10 of the Education Act, he to forward a plan of the School to the Central Board of Education. Mr. O. N. Flavel to be payed £3 for stone supplied by him to the Corporation. It was resolved that the services of the In spector and Overseer of Works should be dis pensed with for the present, with one week's notice to that effect, the Council not being able to pay the salary attached to that office. - Tenders were ordered to be invited for the office of Inspector of Nuisances, by an adver tisement in the w Northern Argue." Adjourned for a fortnight.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
SUMMER SEASON. NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS! E. SMITH, HAVING just returned from Adelaide with a CHOICE STOCK or NEW SUMMER GOODS, Begs to cffer them at little more than COST PRICE TO CASH BUYERS, On the Old Principle of One Shilling in the Pound Discount. PRICE LIST NEXT WEEK. REMEMBER!!! ONE SHILLING- IN THE POUND RETURNED FOR CASH!!! J^ED AND WHITE WINES. EIGHT HUNDRED GALLONS of the above FOR SALE, one and two years old, of a good sound quality, in hogsheads and quarter casks, at from Is 6d to 2s per gallon-cash. A. MACDONALD, Donnybrook. rjpoWN OF CLARE. WANTED, for the Town of Clare, an INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES, for which appointment applications, stating salary re quired, will be received up to noon of Monday, the 18th instant, at the Town Clerk's office, where all information relating to the duties of the office may be obtained. Bv order, W. LENNON, Town Clerk. Clare, October S, 1869. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. The Anniversary Services in connection with St. John's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
LAEE S IB AM ILOUE AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Pbopbietob. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed Corn always for Bale. jgl A Iff D C. B1CEMA9N, WHOLESAiiE AND RETAIL BOTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS, MAIN STREET, CLARE. Established 1855. UBURN BREWERY. A The BEST XXX PALE ALE and PORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. AP 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 B C Y W~. DYER, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. JJ D A W SON, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KOORINGA. BERNSTEIN, J. TAILOR, PROFESSED TROUSERS AND BREECHES MAKER, MAIN JLTEEET, CLARE. All orders executed on the shortest notice, and most reasonable Urine. All sorts of Sewing Machines repaired. J M c C A U L , WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, CLARE, R~. T^ EU HOSIER, SOLICITOR, '. TOWN HALL, CLARE. MONEY to LEND. JJ W E L L S , BAKER AND CON...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 8 October 1869
THE MAKKETS. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 5s 9d to 5s lOd Flour-No transactions to fix rates. CLABE. Wholesale Wheat 5s Floor, £13 per ton of2000 lbs Bran, Is 9d per bushel Pollard, Is 9d per bushel Chaff, £7 Fresh butter lOd per lb Potted butter, 9d Eggs, 6d per do*. Bacon, 6d per lb Ham, 9d. Cheese, English, Is 3d Potatoes, 9s 6d
ORIGINAL POETRY, A DREAM OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
ORIGINAL POETRY; A DREAM OB' YOUTH. My own sweet love was sleeping 'neath a gum tree's pleasant shade, Her lightstraw bat upon tire ground from off her head had strayed; Her nut-brown hair, in wavy curls, hung loosely o'er her breaBt, And shrouded with its silky folds the beating heart in rest; The breezes softly swept her cheek, and blushed it like the rose, Sibling the crimson of her lips, which sighed in sweet repose; One rounded arm laid o'er her side, white as the driven snow, The other, folded nestling round, formed pillow soft and low; And shadows of the rustling leaves were flitting o'er her brow, fshe slept the sleep that angels give to those wbo're free from guile, And dreamt she must of pleasant thing?, for soon there spread a smile, Which, had it in her waking hours upon a judge been aimed, Would far beyond a lawyer's art have innocence proclaimed. But while my love thus sweetly laid in raptu rous repose, Three serpents gliding on the sward their venomed heads uprose; Se...
CLEAN SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
CLEAN SHEARING-. M An Old Shearer" writes to the " Bathurst Free Press" as follows :-I am an old shearer of upwards of 20 years' experience, and having shorn sheep, more or less, every year daring that time, and I can now shear 50 full-fleeced sheep as they ought to be shorn, therefore con sider myself to he in a position to be able to give young shearers some' ueeful advice about the great advantages of clean shearing-first to the employer and next to the employed. I nave invariably noticed throughout the country that good shearers were sought after, and taken notice of by their employers, and amply re warded for clean shearing. My uniform method of shearing is to clip the brisket first, then to. shear the belly, then open the neck, and so on, taking narrow blows, not an inch wide, round the backbone all the way down. ThiB mtthod. of shearing keeps the fleece from breaking, and the sheep looks better when shorn, because, going down the last side you can fall on your old blow?. I tr...
TRIAL TRIPS OF THE NEW AERIAL MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
TRIAL TRIPS OF THE NEW AERIAL MACHINE. An " aerial steam-carriage," or air ship, has been constructed in San Francisco by a Mr. Frederick Marriott, j who is said to have been eno-aged for' 18 years in the study of aerial naviga- j tion. The machine and its trial trips j are described as follows by the San Franciscan Times of the oth July: The carriage, which is merely a large working model, is a balloon shaped like a cigar, both ends coming* to a point. It is 37 feet long, 11 feet from top to bottom, and 8 feet iu width. These are the measurements at the centre of the balloon, from which point it gradually tapers off towards either end. Around the balloon, lengthwise, and a little below the centre, is a liglit framework of wood and cane, strongly wired together and braced. ' Attached to this frame, and standing- up as they approach the front of the carriage, are two wings, one on either side. They are each five feet wide at a little back of the centre carriage, and do not commence t...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," October 7) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," October 7 ) Impounded at tlie public pound, Section 149, Spring Gully, in the | Hundred of Clare (Sevenhills nearest post-office), Jas. jDugan, poundkeeper One bay mare, white face, four white legs, ring bone in off front foot, Y near shoulder with illegible brand over, like Y off shoulder; one red bullock, snailj horns with tops cut off, star in forehead, little white on both hind legs, k near shoulder, MM near ribs, K near rump, illegible brand near back; one straw berry bullock, 2 near ribs, B near rump, notch out of off ear. If not claimed, will be sold November 1 at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Auburn, P. Curran, poundkeeper-One light grey mare, branded like A near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold October 30, at noon. Impounded at the public pound Mintaro, A. Smith, poundkeeper-One red bullock, wide horns, branded like jw near rump. If not claimed, will be sold November 1, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, ...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1869. A discussion took place in the House of Assembly tlie other day respecting Mr. Bri gilt's motion that the Corpora tion of Clare was entitled to £460 out of the grant in aid to Corporations and District Councils, on account of the rate of two shillings in the pound levied in May last. He explained to the House that there was no limitation of the amount to he supplemented in the estimates, and the Corporation of Clare had been led into the belief that by taking the estimates for 1869 as a guide they were perfectly justified in passing a two shilling rate. This as a matter of course was objected toby the Government. And why should they object to a just and reasonable claim ? The treasury is at present rather empty through the extravagance of our rulers in erecting costly buildings for the adornment of the city, &c., and they consequently seem to imagine that the country districts should make up the deficiency, and opposed Mr. Briglit's motion with a de...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCT. 12. The Hon. J. H. Barrow presented a nume rously signed petition, praying for legis'ation to prevent the assumption of medical titles by quacks. The motion of the Hon. Henry Ayere for report showing what provision is made foi the separation of the different classes cf prisoners in the gaols of the colony, and a copy of the rules and regulations, with the scales of rations, was carried. The Contagious Diseases Bill was read a first time. The Waste Xjands Amendment Bill was read a tkird time and passed. The Prison Bill was read a second timet
NEWS AND NOTES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
NEWS AND NOTES. BY AN ADELAIDE MAN. Wednesday -Evening. The revised estimates were submitted to the Assembly oil Thursday last, and show a reduc tion of nearly £55,000. The estimated revenue is £562,850, and the estimated expenditure £542,112, leaving a balance of £20,700 towards meeting the deficiency which has already been laid before the House. The Treasurer said that cot withstanding -what might be said in debate and out cf door?, the Government had had very great responsibility in properly car rying out retrenchment, not simply to meet all classes, bur more especially to give due employ* ment to the laboring men of the colonv, and with this view they stiii put forward the" same amounts for roads and district counei s as pre viously proposed. One large reduction is in the postal service, which is £6.030 below ihe last estimates; in the Telegraph department a saving of £928 had been effected, partly by shutting up some of the outer stations, which were not worth keeping open, as ...
LOCAL COURT—AUBURN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. (B fore Messrs. M. McDermott, S.M.; A. Melville, J.P.; and G. Field, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 15 October 1869
LOCAL COURT-AUBURN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. (B fore Messrs. M. McDermott, S.M. Melville, J.P.; and G. Field, J.P.) The Upper Wakefield District Council assess ment was confirmed. (Before Mr. M. McDermott, S.M.) O'liOUGHLiN & NESTOR v. BOND.-Claim for £7 lis 7d, balance due on account. Mr. Emerson appeared for the defendant; The plaintiffs not having complied with the Local Court Act in regard to particulars being fur nished, were non suited. Peddelx. V. O' Loughxin & ANOTHER. Claim for £10, due on a contrast for putting in a cement fljor at lower Wak&lt; fx>ld Catholic Church. Mr. Ben ham for plaintiff, and Mr. Williams for c'efendants, who pleaded that the work was not p rformed according to specifi cation, and tl.a* his clients had paid ana satis fied the plaintiff's claim. The latter deposed to the defendants engaging him tq perform the work above-mentioned for £25, and he had re ceived £15 on accountj the balance was the sum now claimed. After hearing the...