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A VISIT TO THE CHRISTIE MINERAL CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
A VISIT TO THE CHRISTIE MINERAL CLAIMS. The following accouut of a visit to tbe locality of i tbe late mine*?'. -ii? ovejies on Kangaroo intend, ; m:.(ic by Messrs. John Collins and Robert Jose, has ' been bpndtd to us for publication, and we date sav will be of interest to some cf our readers: — Some considers bleexc'tementhafingbeen occasioned j lately by the nrmerr-u? plowi'ig reports of ihe die- , covery of almost fabu'ous Jodes oi capper ore and ; other minerals on the island, and we having a little 1 leisure, we eonciuaea we mizut very proniaoiy em- ; ploy the Siime in visiting the locality of so much ? nrneial wealth, aud so satisfy our awn minds bv - seeing for ourseives. We *ccording3y oame to an arrangement with a party tj take us .tcioss, and sWed on Mondav. t!ie 30:li July. The t.-ip occupied about two hours, and wou'd have been a ploasaut on-j but for the advent of that enemy of mast landsmen — sea-sickness, which : made us feel far less comfortable on die '? bosom of ?...
SOUTHERN PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
SOUTHERN PROGRESS. It must be impossible for any one who j listened to, or for auy one else ?who may Lave read, the sneeches delivered at ibe ii-amway inauguration luncheon at Middleion, to resist the conviction not merely ihat the South is incieasiag in popularity, but thai (here Is at last a disposition amongst those who rule us to render something like justice to a district ihat has been hitherto under the cold shade of indifference and neglect. But all is not gold that gliUers, although, if we are to accept the dictum of our erratic representative, Mr. David Sltheiu.anu, everything has been a'--eadv granted to the South that has been a*ked for, and that mainly because of the extraordinary influence winch he is able to Lrinf to bear upon Ministers. We canuoi, however, concede either of these propositions. Mr. Slt;ji:i:lam- was exceedinglj' unwise in bis attempt at self-glorification to exaggerate what has really been done for the district. The Bull's Creek-road, for instance, has...
THE GOOLWA AND VICTOR HARBOR TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
? ? ? I THE GOOLWA AND VICTOR HARBOE TRAMWAY. ! TO a'-IE EOITOR OF THE SOCTHEES I7OUS I Sir — Ke;at!ve io yoi'- repor. f f Mr. Wrrd's speeds ! sx the veeen'. !ucc:j e.lven to His Excellency on the | occision of tu nin£ t ;e fir^t sod of tbe Mid^leton and j Sti'E.iba'hya Tramway, I beg to tslLC excepiion. sod j ofler a few remarks that ja-.y, no duubt, enlighten I Mr. Ward as to the real merits of one of ;he abuses i that this depart Jient has been suffering from, wbich bithe- to and in tb:s instance has been improperly j shuffled on to the backs c-f the Minisirr. I Mr. Wa-d compla':xs of the wa-it of locomotive power, aud then assets iu the same farec h tJiat he does not believe the Superintendent is n blame — his anxrety to do his best being so apparent. Prom the fa;tof*Mr. Ward having =0 recent y ret'red from tfee Government service, i am su-pni-eti rfaat such ;n opinion could r.-n?.uat3 from li'oi, as the mo:*t iu eipeiienced subordinate in the service would iixorm h~-ni that t!:...
THE LABOR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
THE LABOR QUESTION. A characteristic feature of your 'working man's' agitator is that he never asks for work. He will bawl out vulgar personalities as long as stupid crowds will applaud and indulgent j newspapers will foul their columns with bis i nonsense and abuse ; but while weekly offer ings of shillings can be extracted from the surplus wealth of his suflering followers, the ; iools he ought to use will not be permitted to blister his horny palms. He is glib enough j at denouncing employers of labor who pve- j eume to insult his class by offering them work ] at a reasonable wage, and he is skilled in the art of pandering to the worst propensities of, it is to be hoped, the comparatively few working men who are foolish enough to pay 1 any attention to him. Work in its legitimate i sense is as hateful fo him as soap and water \ to a. nigger, and he will invent numberless expedients to avoid it. The ' agitation' ] which has been giving some spasmodic evi- j deuces of vitality in A...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
CORRESPONDENCE. [Under this heading we offar our readers an oppor- j tunity for tbe courteous and temperate discussion of i local or general questions of public interest ; but we i do not undertake to identify ourselves with tbe i opinions of our correspondents. Letters must, in all , cases be accompanied by the name of the writer, not j necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of j gcoi faith. | ! !
LATEST TELEGRAMS. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentworth and Adelaide.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
LATEST TELEGRAMS. LATEST MURRAY AND DARLING NEWS. (Via Wentwoitb aud Adelaide.1) fFromour own Correspondents 1 The mailman from Fort Bourke reports a rise of four feet there. It is feared there is not yet a sufficient rise in the Darling to permit of the steamers going up. Splendid rains had been falling at Went' woiih during the week. There is now an abundance of grass up the Darling. Many of the stations on the Darling are nearly out of provisions, and several teams ^ have started with stores. There is, however, an accumulation of stores ready for shipment as soon as the river has risen sufficiently. Letters from a considerable distance above Fort Bourke state the river is rising rapidly. ^ New England rivers were Much swollen, and the Darling and Murray Rivers were muddy.
NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
XOARLUXGA. i MOXDAY. ACG0ST fi. Present — Messrs. Oliver (Chairman), P. Lumb, G. ; Yates, and J. Gribble. The assessment for the current vear as revised by the Clerk wa3 adopted ; and a meeting for the pur pose of making a rate fixed for Monday, 21 st inst. Slaughtering licence granted to Mr. James Jones. TeDftavs for tarring Jfoarlunga jetty — E. H. Has kelL £30 10s.; Th»mas Griggs. £30 10s. The, tender of Thomas Griggs W3S accepted ; contractor | to furnish all materials and labor. Accounts passed for payment, £11.
LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. On Saturday last Mr- Close held the first of his series of monthly sales at the Bobin Hood Inn, and it turned out to he a very suceessfel affair. All the bullocks, cows, and sheep - ftered met with purchasers, and also several horses and a dray ; the only stock remaining unsold being a few light horses. So that Mr. Close has certainly reason to be satisfied with the result of his first monthly sale. On his return from Middleton His Excel lency Sir Dominick Daly, accompanied by bis Aide-de-Camp (Lieut. Lucas) and Mr. Samuel Torakinson, visited the Strathalbyn Boys' School, which is conducted by Mr. G. R, Irvine (late a master at St. Peter's- College, Adelaide). The party was received by the Revs, Canon Russell and H. Hovvitt (the Curate at Strathalbyn), and Mr. O. K. Richard son (Undersecretary). His Excellency kindly addressed £the boys, and with the gentlemen accompanying him entered a favorable report in the attendance book. He also asked that a half holid...
ALEXANDRINA. SATURDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
ALEXANDRINA. Saturday, Jdly 28. Present — All tbe icembew. Two teuders receiv. d for metalling the road near the cemetery— 4hat' of Mr. Lloyd accepted at .£0 j 19^. 6d. per rfiahi. ? One tender r*eelv*d for clearing »bn rnn4 f-on \ Section »iS from Mr. Friend, nt £0 tne job, accepter The Clerk to cs'I for fresh lenders for clearing sundry other roads. i Letter received from Mr. Daniel Green, requesting j tbe Council to pet the holes fitted in on road between i sections 45 and 51. i Clerk to write to tbe nerson who had leave to I remove stone from the road to fill in tbe holes com- j plsined of. i Mr. Gerrard to get a desk made for tbe Point Stui t '. school. i A deputation consisting of Messrs. Jobn Gilbert i and W. A. Crawford waited upon tlie CouecU to ask ; respectfully tbe reason the Council went aga;nst the i wish of the ratepayers at tbe public meeiing July 2 j The question -was discussed. Tbe Council were of : oninion it would be best to call a public meet*»5g to ' adopt a ra...
YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
YAKKALILLA. Saturday. July 28. Present — All the members. Tbe inspector reported having let tbe remaining portion of cutting required on Stony Pinch-road. | Resolved, tbat the useless roads between Sections ] 483, 431, 485, and 487 be sold to the owners of land j adjoining at £2 per acre. The Clerk produced the constables' list, which was confirmed, and the followiug persons were chosen as constables : — Messrs. A. Andereon, J. Renowden, T. Osborne, M. Hart, W. Sherrard, and G. noimes. 1 Mr. Harvey was requested to get a cateh-draiu cut j on the luman Valley-road at 2s. 3d. per cbain. i Mr. Putland reported repairs done by T. Jones on | Hay Flat-road for j£1. 1 Circular received from Crown Lands Office, offering ; to advance in aid of rates. The Cierk was instructed ; to apply for an advance of £2^0. j Mr. Smith was requested to get a portion of the j cemetery at Cockatoo Flat cleared; and Mr. Mitchell j was requested tc get tbe cemetery fence, Bald Hills, ? repaired. j The Clerk wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
Miscellaneous Late Advertisements.] T-KESBYTEBIAN CHURCH. STRATHALBYN. ] JJ — Th« PrcsbvteHan Cbmtib, fltra»hal1iyn. w'l \ (I).V.) be RE-OPENED on FabLa'a. itie 'l9 L j Augu-t, wbenSERMONS wil' be preschc-d *-y Uik Kev. John Gardner, of Chalmers Cbw'cb, Adelside. at 11 o'clock forenoon. snd h£lf-pflst 2 «V!f«c»- in ne af enii'on ; and by the Rev. James LvHI.of P'inders 6ii ott Presbyterian Church. Adelaide, at 6 o'clock evvjirnJT. On Tuesday, tbe 21 3t inst., a Tea Mee-;'i~ w:' take place at Mr. (Dolman's aew store, st 3 o'cVck in (he afternoon, followed by a PuW'c Meelhw «o rti« PrpsbyterV-n Ctiarcli at 6 o'c'oek, 'when -be Revs. Messrs. Gardner, H?ininpr, Lya'I, Gordon, L»w, Roddick. Watt, and other friends are expected to teke pa. i in tbe proceedings. Co!tcf.*'ons to be made at ail the services in behalf of the Building Fund. N.B. — The l.'ommiUee v,V. be ic atten«-i'-ee at !i«e Chureb at 1 o'clock of Tuesday to meet parses v.ish ins- *o change tlieir seats. Tickets for the Tea ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS AND RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER. 7 The Conductor of The Southern Argus has much pleasure in announcing to Suhscrihers 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 Suhscription from Six Shillings per Quarter to Four Shillings. Is making this Reduction, which will bring TTie Southern Argus within the means of even a larger class of readers than hare hitherto received it, the Conductor of the paper will relax no efforts that are calculated to maintain the character it has already ?won, as She gest HJcujspaper guMfehcd in goudh, ^Msttalia, 0ut of ^k&tlni&c. The Conductor of Tlie Southern Argus will shortly visit personally every locality in the Southern Dis trict, in order to remedy whatever defects in the Correspondencies and Agencies of the paper have become apparent since its establishment. It is particu...
COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Office, Friday Evening, August 10, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
COMMERCIAL. Southern Argus Oifiee, F- may Evening, j Ai'.cst 10. 1S6S. j In wbPHt no vrifovm piL=- c*-\\ lr quoted, owing to ' ?»ies!'\rht -?er,T«nd for 8-:sr, an-Z Ibe different icrcs . on ftbich wheat is stor. i. Quotations, from 5s. to i 5?.. 3u. | Oais — Vorif offering. i Positoes— 'mpos'id. £8 10s. | Hay— pre.-seii, fund f r?l--?!as3, £7 t3 CS p.r ton ; \ inftirior do, £0 lo £7 ; emai demsttd. j She faMthmt gitjttis. | — . ? . j PORT JlLUOT, SATURDAY.. Uik AVGO&T. j
ENCOUNTER BAY. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
ENCOUNTER BAY. Patlhj-ay, Aiqust4. Present — All tite members. The Clerk presented accounts receivable for each ward on assessment for year endinp: June 3--, 1S0S: also propoi tion of present balance due to each ward. Approved. The Chairman reported repsi^s aud additions to j public pound in progress. Painted signboard re- j ceiviJ. If correct with -cuedules amount to be paid. I AVaitjiinpra. — Mr. Stimsoa reported contracts com pleted and amounts paid. He had enauged f'-r ; additional qtiautity of 2£-mcii metal at 5a. 9u. j Approval. j T:;e Clerk presented new depasturing licence book, j Form approved. The Clevk rea.l copy of a letter sent to tbe Board o! -'. ducal l-n. Approved. That the Ckrk advertise for male applicants de-sirous to teach Eucouuter Bay sciiooi. ; The C:erk had made applicatio-n to the Hoa. i Commissioner of Crown Lands for an advance of 1 £?230. Approved. j '~ Mr. Atlenbonugh made application for half-year i timber licence tor Mr. Gili-s Abbott. Granted. Memoria...
MOUNT BARKER. MONDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
MOUNT BARKER. Moai-AV, Jci.y 23. , i Present — Messrs. Bell, Paltridge, Hann&ford, '? Wedd, and Patterson. . j Rpsolved unanimously, that Mr. Bell be Cuairman ! for the ensning year. Circular letters received from Government con cerning grant id anticipation of rates. Clerk to apply for £500. Luke Watts's tender was accepted for side cutting t st Little Hampton, at 9s. per chain — he to complete j it in six weeks. Overseer instructed to get men io spread the metal in Gawler-street at once. Mr. John Adams requested the Council to alter a road near his house. Deferred. Mr. Moses Wraigbt waited on the Council to get another job of side cutting done. Council agreed to meet at the Great Eastern Hotel, Little Hampton, j at half-past 1 o'clock on Monday next to view the j rosds. ' Mr. A. Champion requested the Council to metal ' the road near his stables. Council promised to j do so. j Mr. B. Thomas requested the Council to have ] some ditches made near hi6 laud on the flat. To be ...
PUBLIC MEETING AT MIDDLETON—DEPASTURING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
PUBLIC MEETING AT MIDDLRTON— i DEPASTURING REGULATION S. Pursuant tono'ice, a public meeting of ratepayers was held at tLe Middleton Hotel, on Moudav. the i 30th July, to adopt depasturing -egu!aiions for the j year l8^-i-7. Tlie proceedings opened at 10 a.m., i and Mr. It. Suumaii (the Chairman of the District Council) presided. Upwards of 60 persons were present. TheCnuBMis having read the notice convening tbe meeiing, introduced tbe business by inviting : calm and considerate tiiscussio;?. The subject was j not fiee from difficulties, but the Couucrl were dis- ] posed lo lend their assistance iu carrying into effect, ! as far as jwsible, fbe wishes of the meetiug. ? Mr. Ncswgf.ihy moved a resoiuuou in support of | a well regulated system oi' depasturing licence*. cactiDgeotJy bowx-vci- upon the aduptioaoi'ijoaje v,ell devUed means on tbe part of tbe Council to exercise j strict supervision, so tbat ihe regulations be faHy i aud impartially carried out. | The meeting fuliy concurr...
THE LAKE ALEXANDRIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
THE LAKE ALEXANDRIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. A public meeting of promoters and others of the Lake Alexandriua Steam Navigation Company was h«ld on the 2nd instant, at the Strathalbyn Hotel. Mr. James Close was voted to the chair. Mr. Bonnar, who had acted as Secretary pro tfm., resigned his office, and proposed Mr. Waddy as Secretary, who was duly appointed. Various letters were read, containing offers of boats of all descriptions, and engines, &c, for the service. Mr. Landseer said he thought a steamer of 82 feet keel, with a pair of engines of 20-horsc power, was just the boat they would require. Mr. Excise submitted a plan of a steamer which he thought would answer the trade. Dimensions — KeeL GS feet; beam, 10 feet; engines, 16-borse power. Mr. Landseer understood such a boat as he had described would be likely to cost something like £1,500, and proposed that a steam navigation com pany be now formed, to be called the Lake Alexan driua Steam Navigation Company. Seconded...
STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
STRATHALBYN. Fbiuat, July 27. Present — All the members. Mr. bonnar to be allowed to occupy certain roads for the use of deviation of road on Limestone Hill. Bridge and road near the Mill to be repaired. Keceipts from pound, £5 2s. Mr. Williamson to have notice to remove obstruc tion to natural watercourse on bis section at New Hamburg witbin seven days. Tenders received for clearing scrub road on Drv Plains. C. Irving's, at £1 10s. per chain, was accepted provisionally. For road near Reid's — J. irving's, at 2s. per chain, accepted. For scrub road near the swamp— J. Iiring's, at 2s. per chain, accepted. A deputation to attend meeiing of Central Road Board 00 tbe 21st August, iu reference to deviation at Snapper Point. Re-assessment of district io be prepared. Mr. McLean to be informed tbat all cattle grazing ou Crown lauds in this district must be regis tered. Mr. Thomas to ascertain by next meeting bow many chains of road-making will be required near Mr. 'Turner's, New Hamburg. Me...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATURDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
DISTRICT COUNCILS. POKT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATuitiJAY, July 28. Present— Messrs. B. Welch, E. Dution, E. Sua mae, G. Mayfield, and Fredarick Turner. Upon the 'motion of Mr. Duttou, Mr. Sumnan was i re-elected Chairman, with allusion to past services. Th;; Council accepted Mr. Redman's oler at £2 to construct a footpath opposite tha llev. Mr. Howeil's residence, aad meaas to be taken to prcveot tiie heavy traffic from passing tbareoa In future. Letter read from the Postmaster-General, urging ihe Council to repair the road between Laurie's Hi!! aua fort tilior, so as to recder tue roaa sate tGr tfcfe j new arrangements of the nildiiiRhfc arrival of the I Adelaide mails. Tbe Council i*e.-;Glved io memorialize the Government immediately, aud solicit a grant of £300 in aid of the repairs sought, ou tbe ground that this road bis had chiefly to bear. la the past tvro years the daily mail services of the district. The Council also further agreed to endeavor to ; push forward as speedily as ...
WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1866
WENTWORTH. A lecture was delivered at the Court-House, Wentworth, en Wednesday, the 1st instant, by Dr. Goodwill. The subject chosen was ?A ' Electricity,' and the lecturer treated his theme in an exceedingly interesting manner, giving much satisfaction to the audience. The proceeds of the lecture was presented to the Wentworth Hospital fand.