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MILANG. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1866

MILANG. Colonel Biggs was here last Saturday, for the purpose of enrolling for the Milang Cavalry Troop. Seven or eight new members were sworn in, and the troop is now up to the maximum strength allowed by the regulations. Staff Sergeant-Major O'Carroll drilled the division on the same day for three hours.   The physique of the troop, as regards the men, is very good. A new chapel, in connection with the Primitive Methodist body, has sprung up as if by magic within the last week or two, and is to be opened on Sunday next, and on the following Monday a tea meeting is to be held in it. A very pretty yacht is being built here for Mr. H. Goldfinch, jun., of Milang, by Mr. G. Kidd. Her dimensions are — Length of keel, 21 feet; length over all, 23½ feet; beam, 7 feet ; depth, 4½ feet. She is clinker built   and copper fastened, and will have an iron keel weighing 3 cwt. She is from a model constructed by her builder, very clean fore and aft, and should sail very ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1866

SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. SAILED. Friday, July 20— Cbix-ujse, schooner, 76 tons, O'Hara, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo — 91 balos wool, K. and R. Main; 200 bags braD, - MVcr. Same day — Cynthia, schooner. 65 ton?. C. Heath, master, fur Port Adelaide. Cargo— 87 ba'es wool, Youngbusbard ; 40 sleepeis, D. S. Redman GOOLWA SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Wednesday, July 15 — Bogan, steamer, William   Randall, master, from Wentworth, via Blanchetown. Cargo — 657 bales wool. Friday, July 27 — Lady Daly, steamer, Lindsay, master, from Wentworth. In ballast. Same day — Maranoa, steamer, Johnston, master, from Blanchetown, via Milang. Cargo— 5 bales wool. SAILED. Tuesday, July 1 7 — Maranoa, steamer, Jonhston, master, for Blanchetown. In ballast.   Tuesday, July 24 — Providence, steamer, Myrick, master, for Upper Rivers, via Milang and Blanche town. Cargo — 5 tons sundries. Same day — Moolgewanke, steamer, E. Randall, master, for Upper Rivers. Cargo — 407 pkgs, JPW ; ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE METROPOLIS. Adelaide, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

THE METROPOLIS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, August 2. In ings are looking very gloomy in the commercial world, and people are anxiouslj longing for the next mail. Tbe Banks have undoubtedly put the screw on to a con siderable extent, and houses that were ever spoken of as undoubtedly safe and prosperous are novy somewhat in the shade. These mauers are Kept quiet as lar as possible, but compositions and assignments are difficult things to conceal. Probably not much harm is done yet, but business is cramped by the want of accommodation, and when prospects are doubtful speculation is at a standstill. Mining matters are necessarily dull. Really good and proved mines are not affected, but the doubtful ones stand a chance of being shut up. For brokers these are bad times, j and tbeir great complaint is that nothing will move off.' The farmers have made a mistake, holding fo long, as the newsfrom San Francisco sbows that Californian wheat of next harvest may be in long before o...

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LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. [Before B. F. Laurie, Esq., S.M., William Bowman Esq., and A. F. Lindsay, Esq., J.P.'s ] BURFORD V. WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

LAW COURTS. PORT ELLIOT LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, Auoost 1. [Before B. F. Laurie, Epq , S.M., William Bowman Esq., and A. F. Lindsay, Esq., J.P.'s J RiTnFOnn v. Wait.. Claim for °s. 7Jd., balance of work and labor done. This ?w^s a dispufe about an agreement to spread some duns on the defendant's land. Judgment for plaintiff. LixnsvT v. Ll^yd. Tins was an information against Mr. Richard : Linvd by Mr. Arthur Fydell Lindsay, as Chairman j of «he District Council of Encounter Bay, for oh- j structing; nnd closing a district road between Sections Nos. 255 and 25G. Mr. Hindmarsh appeared for the Council, and Mr, Llovd conducted his own case. The defendant plsaded first that there was no ' such road, and that if there was he had not obstructed it. Mr. ninrtmarsh sni'l the road -wns closed before the present defendant had nnv connecion with the case ; but the offence he was charged wi-h was in keeping it c'osed after notice. Mr. Lloyd asked that the plaintiff mi^lit be re qnired to prove th...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

Thursday, August 2. The public and official duties of His Excellency's tour were resumed at an early hour on Thursday morning. Before 9 o'clock, the deputation appointed I by the public meeting to memorialize His Excellency on the loop-line question, attended to present their petition. They were received by His Excellency in the large dining-room at Varcou's, and the meinberB present were Messrs. J. W. Perry mau, J. Baker, C. Price, J. Varcoe, E. Ward, E. Cohen, and R. Sunman. Mr. Peerymak having read the petition, as follows: — 'To His Excellency Sir Dominick Daly, Knight, Goveruor-in-Chief of South Australia, ~&c, &c. ' Mav it please your Excellencv — ' This petition of the undersigned inhabitants of Goolwa. Currency Creek, Finniss, llindmarsh Island, and the vicinity, showcth — That in consequence of the tramway being taken from Currency Creek to Middletou your petitioners are cut off from the benefits which should accrue to them from the forma tion of the Stratha...

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TURNING OF THE FIRST SOD OF THE STRATHALBYN AND MIDDLETON TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

TURNING OP THE FD3ST SOD OF THE STRATHALBYN AND MIDDLETON TRAMWAY. On Wednesday, the 1st August, His Excellency tbe Governor (Sir Dominick Daly) performed tbe in teresting and auspicious work of turning the first sod of tbe Strathalbyn and Middleton *Tramway. For some ten days previous rumors had been prevalent that it -was His Excellency's intention to honor the district by visiting it for that purpose; but it was not until Satnrdav last that it was made nublip.1v and positively known^tbrongh the columns of this journal when His Excellency would be amongst ns, or when the ceremony would take place; Even for tbe in formation we were then enabled far supply we wera indebted to a private source, official reticence on the subject being apparently inscrutable and unconquer able. If earlier and reasonable information of the gracious pleasure of His Excellency had been authoritatively given more extensive and complete arrangements' to do honor to our illustrious visitor and to celebrate t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

WENTWORTH. On the ISth and 19th instants the Wentworth Amateur Dramatic Club gave performances in the large room of the Wentworth Hotel, and on both occasions had crowded houses. The proceeds, amounting to £42, was given in aid of the funds of the Wentworth Hospital. The members of the club will perform again shortly, having been specially requested to do so. Great dissatisfaction exists amongst the residents here on account of tbe alteration in the times of the arrival and departure of the mail. For several weeks the mail arrived on Friday evening and left again on Monday morning, thus giving ample time to answer letters, but now it arrives on Saturday after noon, and leaves for Adelaide oa Sunday. A memorial bds been got tip for presenta tion to the Postmaeter-General, requesting him to rectify the present unsatisfactory and inconvenient system, and we bare bo doubt that gentleman will do his utmost to brine about a better arrangement.

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WENTWORTH SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

WENTWORTH SHIPPING. ARRIVED. P.iturday, July 21 — Westwobth, \ arcoe, master, fiom Go'lwn. Same day- Qiteex, Nickhills, master, from Goolwa. Monday, July 23 — Piciije or the Mi'kuay, from Echuca. f'a'urday, July 2S — Lai-y Augusta, Barber, niat-(--r. ft tun lSlsnn'hit«;wn. ? Thursday, August 2 — 1'j!ovjlh:xie, from Giwlwa. j

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POINT STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

POINT STURT. On the evening of July 26, a lecture was delivered by Mr. George Pearce, at the Baptist Chapel, Point Sturt, the subject chosen being ' The Life and Travels of St. Paul.' The lecturer pointed out the different countries traversed by the Apostle on a neat map provided for the occasion. There was a larn-rt flf.tftndanpft rv-nsid«rins' the unfavorable state of the weather, and the audience evinced their appreciation of the able manner in which the lecturer treated his subject by frequent applause. The lecturer stated it took him much longer than he contemplated to point out all the journeys of St. Paul, but he pro mised to complete the lecture some evening of the following week. A vote of thanks was then accorded to Mr. Pearce, and the meeting separated after spending a very pleasant and instructive evening.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

SAILED. Monday, July 23 — Wabeego, for Blancbetown. Tuesday, July 24 — Pmde op the Mdbkat, for Upper Rivers. Wednesday, July 25— Queex, Nickhills, master, for Goolwa. Thursday, July 26 — Wesswoeth, Varcoe, master, for Murrumbidgee. Saturday, July 28 — Lady Augusta, Barber, master, from Murrumbidgee. Monday, Juiy 30 — Pkovidence, Anderson, iraster, for Goohva. Passengers — Mr?. McLoud, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Phillips, and Mr. Botten.

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YANKALILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

YANKALILLA. An accident happened the other day to Mr. George Roads, carpenter, of this place, while engaged inside Mr. E. Butterworth's new dwelling. A piece of timber jrave way, and he was precipitated a distance oi lo feet, break- ing the small bone of the arm and receiving several severe bruise*. Another accident occurred to Mr. W. Mitchell, of xhe Bald Hills, his horse having fallen with him on his return from attending to his duties as District Councillor. In this ease a simple dislocation of the shoulder was all the injury received. The long protracted enquiry iutc the death of the late Mr. George Uryaut, of Nonuau ville, has been brought to a close by the Jury returning as their verdict — ' That the deceased died from apoplexy, caused by mental excite ment.' A meeting of the Yaiikalilla Agricultural Society was held on Tuesday evening last, when it was decided to hold the annual ploughing match in Mr. liowyer's paddock on the 23rd inst. The weather has been upon the whole fav...

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MILANG SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

MILANG SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Thursday, July 2-j — Socteb Johxky, from MeDingie. Same day — Red Rover, mailboat, from Point Mackay. Two passengers. Friday, July 27— Wasp, from Lake Albert. Cargo —Hides. SAILED. Wednesday, July 25— Maranoa, steamer, John ston, master, for Goolwa. Cargo — 5 bales, part of original cargo from Blanchetown. Thursday, July 26— Wasp, for Lake Albert. Cargo— Stores for settlers. Two passengers. Saturday, July 28— WAsr, for Lake Albert. Cargo — Chaff and flour. Tuesday, July 31— Lady Maegaeet, for Ceorong. Cargo — Sundries. Same day— Wakkaky, for Coorong. Cargo Sundries. Same day— Soutek Johksy, for Wellington. Cargo — Posts and sundries.

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MILANG. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

MILANG. The opening of the new Primitive Methodist Chapel took place on Monday, and must have given much gratification to all parties con aerned. The weather was lovely, and was appreciated better than usual on aceount of the very rough weather we have had lately. Vehicles of all descriptions, horsemen, and pedestrians in great numbers all wended their way at an early hour in the afternoon towards interesting details as to the length, height, &c, of the building, we may state that the chapel appears well constructed, and suitable for the requirements of those for whom it has been erected. In the evening a public tea meeting took place, the Her. Mr. Braithvraite presiding, when some good addresses by that gentleman and others were delivered, and an excellent speech of telling and stirring import was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Watt, whose words were listened to with marked and devout attention by the assembly. Good collections were made, and promises *of a substantial character...

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COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, August 3, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

COMMERCIAL. ? *«. ? Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, August 3, 1S66. The decline in the price of wheat in tbe neigh boring colonies, combined with the nature of advices to baud, produce a reluctance to operate on the part of purchasers even at nominal figures. Our quotations this week are 5-. to 5s. 3d. Imported potatoes may be placed at £8 10s. to £S las.

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LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. His Excellency Sir Dominick Daly and suite arrived here on Tuesday last en route. for Middleton, to which place they proceeded on the following day, for the purpose of turning the first sod of the Strathalbyn and Middleton Tramway A deputation waited on His Excellency at Warland's Hotel, and an address was read and presented by lit. Herbert, J.t?., to which JIis Excellency replied, «nd expressed a desire that the members of the deputation might be introduced to him individually, which being done, His Excellency heartily and sourteou6ly shook hands with them. An advertisement in another column an nounces that the annual matches of the Strath albyn South-Eastera Rifle Association is to take place on the 22nd instant. It will be seen on reference to the programme that the prizes are good, and we anticipate a keen competition. We would urge on intending competitors the desirability of sending in their names as soon as possible, to enable the Com mittee to make t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

Amusements. '. mUE ALEXANDER BROTHERS JL Beg to annrunee their UNRIVALLED ENTERTAINMENT, THE WONDEKS OF THE HEATEXS AND THE EARTH, As patronized by His Excellency Sir Dominick Daly, C.B., As follows : — EMALLACOMBE'S ASSEMBLY ROOMS, PORT ELLIOT, Monday and Tuesday, 6th and 'th August; GOOLWA HOTEL, GOOLWA, Wednesday, 8th August, 'When the whole of their Magnificent Frr gramme ' will be presented. j mUE MILANG ANNUAL SPORT.S, consisting JL of REGATTA and RULE MATCHES will be held on 31st August, 1866. ' PHILIP PAVY, Secretary. Houses and Land. FOR SALE, THREE SECTIONS of pood LAND, all fenced in and subdivided, forming one block. Good water all the year round ; plenty of good timber, and a good outside run, in the District of Rapid Bay. For particulars, apply to W. M. LeteJiford, Water liouse Buildings, Rundle-street, Adelaide; or to George Willis, Spring Grove, Rapid Bay. mo BE LET OR SOLD— SILVERTOS STORE, JL near the Talisker Mine, lately occuiped bv P J,. Hunter. Apply to Mr. War...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

REDUCTION IS THE PRICE 03? THE SOUTHERN ARGUS ASJ- RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER. The Conductor of The Southern Argus has much pleasure in announcing to Subscribers and the Public generally that on Saturday, the 30th June, on which day a new Quarter commenced, the price of that Journal per copy -was Reduced from 6d. to 4d., And the Subscription from Six Shillings per Quarter to Four Shillings. In making this Reduction, winch will bring The SouVu.rn Argus within the means of even a larger class of readers than have hitherto received it, the Conductor of the paper will relax no efforts that are calculated to maintain the character it has already ?won, as £hc ^Jcsit glavjSpapn: gubtfeiml in ^oixtlx gUi.stiatia, o«t of gUlrlnutr. The Conductor of The .Southern Argun will shortly visit personally every locality in the Southern Dis trict, in order to remedy whatever defects in the j Correspondencies and Agencies of the paper have become apparent since its establishment. It is particularly reque...

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SHIPPING VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

S H I P P I N G. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Friday, July 27 — Mcekav, steamer, 312 tons, Johnston, master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo — ScantJing', engine, and fittiugs for Johnston's new boat. Wednesday, July 11— Gem, cutter, 51 tons, E. Lethsbv, master, from Voit Adelaide. Carpo — 28 pkgs. Gillert; 4 do, Chad ; 12 do, Joue- ; 5 do, | Smallacombe ; '2 do, Cudmnre : 1 do, Rogers ; 1 do. ! Guiding : 7 do, Victor Harlor Tramway ; 2 dn, II. ] Wilkins- 8 do, J. Born ; 150 do, Ranuall ; 19 do, Turner; ' do, Goolwa Iron Works ; 134 do, Graham ; 1 do, Absalom ; 2 do. Wilson ; 2 do. Lady Daly ; 1 do. II. Lloyd ; 10 do, T. Hawker : 2 do, Sumner ; 5 do, Neville ; 1 do, Eaton ; 3 do, Barnett ; 7 do, Tiusjove ; 18 -io. Greaver; 10 do, Hejrgaton ; 1 do, Meicalf; 5 do, T. 'Goode ; 13 do, R. and Co. with M under; 5 do, Willcocks ; 17 do, Varcoe ; 14 do, Berry; 1 do, Lowe; 1 do, Hindmarsh; 93 do, W. L. and R. T. Reid ; 17 do, Phillips ; 18S do, S. Tripg ; 2 do, Johnston and Murphy ; 23 do, W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

Miscellaneous Late Advertisements! On TUESDAY, August 14, at 10 o'clock. AT WATEBPORT. WM. GARDNER has been favored with in structions fiom Mr. Frederick Hodding, to Eell by auciion, at his ie-idence, Waterport — All his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, in Parlor, Btdrooms, Kitchen, and Yards, among which are — 1 Cliasid Dinner Service, ~100 pieces and upwards 1 large Dining Table 1 Bieakfast Set, full. ALSO. Mr. Hoddiug's well-known HORSES, broken to saddle and ha; ness 1 Cow in milk, &c. Refreshments provided. Terms — Approved bills, £20. XT0TICE —WHEREAS I have this day given to 1- Mr. W. GARDNER, Agent, all my OUT STANDING ACCOUNTS to Collect, all' parties indebted to me will pay the same to him, and his receipt wiil be sufficient. If any Accounts remain unsettled on the SOlh of August legal proceedings will immediately be taken to recover the game. CHARLES A. WALTON. Port E'Hot, August 3, 1866. f AKE ALEXANDKINA STEAM NAYIGA ±J TION COMPANY, LIMITED. TWO THOUSAND POUNDS, In 200 Sha...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1866

SOUTH AMERICA. A Peruvian ironclad had threatened to attack Havana. At Santa Catherina the Custom-House had been blown up, and 2Q persons killed by the explosion. Soctiiers Agbicultckal Societt. — We have to remind members of the Committee of this Society ol tbe meeting to be held this afternoon at Smalla combe's. Port Elliot Hotel, at 3 o'clock. The busi ness is important.

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