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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Nov 4) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Govern ment Gazette." Nov 4) Impounded at the public pound, Leasingham, H. Solly, poundkeeper Brown horse, blotch brand near neck, near hind foot white, star in forehead, like c witli^H over w over H near shoulder; chestnut filly, star in fore head, like £ T near shoulder; chestnut horse advertised week before last ^ over h conjoined near neck, now shows like '-S over TH conjoined, shoes on front feet, and blaze down face; red and white bullock, top off near ear, like IE conjoined and ST off side, illegible brand off rump, very poor. If not claimed, will be sold November 29, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Mintaro, A. Smith, poundkeeper-Red and white bullock, down horns, if branded not visible; red and white steer, white belly, notches off ear, if branded not visible. If not claimed, will be sold November 15, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Clare), Geo. Reece, poundkeeper-Black mare, star, like CB with FIL ov...
NEWS AND NOTES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
NEWS AND NOTES. BY AN ADELAIDE MAN. Wednesday Evening. The proposed conference of colonial delegates in London is engrossing a considerable amount of attention from politicians. On Tuesday last the Hon. J. Baker asked the Chief Sec retary whether the Government, in their pro posed communication with the Governments of the other Australasian colonies, intended to suggest any definite line of action, or to express anv, and if so, what opinion with reference to the proposed meeting. It was his belief that the Government should have a policy of its own, and that they should make up their minds as to what thej intended to do irrespec tive of what might be determined upon by the Governments of the other colonies. The Chief Secretary replied that no definite action had as yet been decided upon, the matter being still under the consideration of the Government. It may be remarked that the members of the Victorian Legislature, while repudiating the action of the movers of the Colonial Confere...
LECTURE AND TEA-MEETING AT SPRING FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
LECTURE AND TEA-MEETING AT SPRING FARM. A tea-meeting was held at (he Spring Farm Wesley an Church on Tuesday last (t he Prince of Wales® Birthday), for the purpose of paying off the debt on the new harmonium. About half-past five ©'clock a large number of both sexes had congregated arcund the tiblee, and proceeded to discuss the good things provided. After tea, the younger portion amused them selves with various outdoor game?, while pre parations were beirg made for a lecture by tbe Rev. W. Davidson, Presbyterian Minister, on " T».*e Council of Trent and the Bible." This gentleman is so well known for his interesting and instructive lectures on various subjects, that his name alone is sufficient to bring per sons from a distance; therefore, those who had anticipated the presence of a large audience were not disappointed. Mr. Samuel Bray was voted to the chair, and made a few remarks in reference to the object of the meeting. He thought they would all admit that there was a great ne...
MRS. HOAR AND THE CORPORATION RATES. (To the Editor of the NORTHERN ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
MRS. HOAR AND THE CORPORATION RATES. 1 (To the Editor of the KOBTHERTT ATIOTTS ^ I SIB.-Will you allow me to make a few retrarks through jour valuable columns in reference to a notice read at the last Corporation meeting from Mrs, Hoar, stating that she was not in a position to pay the rates imposed upon her. His Worship the Mayor remarked that she woHld have to pay. He surely forgets the dirty and dangerous creek close to her house, which makes it of less value than it is rated at. The creek is so bad that her late husband's funeral had to be conducted all round the town, and then pass within a hundrtd yards of the house. A bridge ought to have been con structed across before any property was as sessed in that street. Councillor Bowley stated at the Corporation meeting that Mrs. Hoar was well able to pay the rates, as she was having stone carted for the purpose of building a house. I beg to call Mr. Bowlej's attention to the fact that the stone is being carted free of coet to the p...
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
AUBURN. (FROM OTTB OWtf COBEESPONDENT.) November 11. On Sunday and Monday last missionaries' services were held in the Bible Christian Chape], Sermons were preached on the Sabbath by the Revs. J. Hock and R. Keen, to good congrega tions. On Monday evening the public mis sionary meeting was held, when Mr. W. Taylor presided. Addresses were delivered by the Hers. R. Lang, J. Rock, and £L Seen, and by ' Mr. James HeaBlip. By the report it showed that the receipts during the year amounted to about £50; proceeds of this effort upwards of £9. The attendance was pretty good, and the meeting proved to be very interesting. A Band of Hope public meeting was held in ^ the Auburn Town Hal], presided over by Mr. J. H. Adamson, who opened the meeting with a stirring address to the children and also to the adults. He amused the children with several chemicals-experiments, after which reci tations were given by Messrs. E. Spicer, D. J. Walters, and D. G-orden. Addresses were given by the Rev. A. St...
KAPUNDA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
KAPUNDA. (feom ouk owx cobbesfokdent.) November 11. On Thursday last the directors of the Gas Co 33pany came up to light the gas for the first time. Several stores and a crown oyer Mr. Gates' shop were illuminate**, which created quite a stir in the evening. On Friday a very sad accident happened to one of Mr. Cra«e's little boys. W uile going into the bar he fell down the cellar and broke his arm. The little sufferer is progressing favorably. Tuesday, being the Prince of Wales' Birth day was kept as a public holiday. There were picnics in ail directions. First of all, one in behalf of the Kapunda Institute (to go towards building a reading-room and lecture hall), which was held in Mr. Dewel'e paddock. Every kind of amusement- including a velocipede race -was indulged in, and everyone fully enjoyed themselves, returning to the town about 6 o'clock. A lecture was delivered in the evening at half-past 7 o'clock, at Crase's large ro>m, by the Bev. 0. Horan, B.C.-subject: " Irish Cha...
THE CLARE CORPORATION APPEAL CASE. ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, Nov. 4. (Before Messrs. H. E. Downer, S.M.; J. H. Clark, J.P.; and F. J. Botting, J.P. SMITH (APPELLANT) V. JARMAN (RESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
THE CLARE CORPORATION APPEAL CASE. ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, NOT. 4. (Before Messrs. H. E. Downer, S.M. . J". H. CJark, J. P.; and F. J. Botting, J, P. SMITH (APPELLANT) V. JAB.MAN (RESPONDENT). Tkis was an appeal against a eoDviet'on in the Clare Local Couri, presided over by Mr. McDtrmott, S.M., under which the appellant was fined 10s., or ordered to pay 30s. costs, for being the proprietor or keeper of a licensed weighbridge in the corporate town of Clare, ana giving an incorrect weight of a dray, con trary to the form of By-law No. 19, made by the Mayor and Council of Clare under the pro visions of Act 16 of 1861. The appellant appealed on the grounds that the evidence did not disclose any offence under the By-laws of the Clare Corporation; the improper admission of evidence; that the judgment was against the weight of evidence; and that a copy of the By-laws was admitted as evidence, contrary to Section 148 of the Corporation Act of 1861. Mr. Moulden and Mr, HoBier for th...
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
WATERVALE. (FROM OTJB own CORBESPONDENT ) November 9. To-day is very showery, ana there ss no e'gn of holiday-making. The damp weather pre vents even a display of bunting, with which our lojal little township is generally profusely decorated on such occasions. Dooner's Pantechanetheca was exhibited ia the schoolroom last evening by ihe kind per mission of Mr. Cole, to a large and admiring assembly, the juveniles being in great force, and evincing the most unqualified approval ol the comic views.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. ARTHUR KING- & CO., Auctioneers, Lmd and Money Agent?, at Clare, Water vale, ana Auburn. ANDREW YOUNG, Stcr. ke;per and Importer, Clare. EDWARD SMim, Grocer, ,Draper, and General Storekeeper, Main street, Clare. JCROLL, Boot and Shoe Maker, Clare. .. All orders promptly attended to. JFELS, Saddler, and Harness-maker, . Main street^ Clare. All orders promptly attended to. SOLOMON WILLIAMS, Tinsmith and Ironmonger, opposite National Bank, Clare. Orders and repairs promptly executed. w. J. MCDONALD'S Corn and Chaff Store, Auburn. Accommodation jarde. w LENNON, Auctioneer, Land and Commission Agent, Clare. N O T I C E All Persons TRESPASSING- on DITL RIVER RUN, after Stock or Game, will b? PROsECUfED. NOTICE to intending Shareholders in the Clare Branch National Buildiug Society. -The new half-year commences on Monday, the 15th inst. N. LEPEUVRE, Secretary. A HOUSE a*d SHOP TO LET in the Main Street of Clare. Rent low. In quire J. L. Smith. SALE BY AUCTION ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
£JLABE STEAM FLOUB AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, Pbopmetoe. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for eale. £1 AS D C. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL BUXCHEBS AND SAUSAGE MAKEBS, MAIN STREET, CLABE. Established 1855. J^VBTSRTS BBEWEBY. The BEST XXX PALE ALE andPOBTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. The Proprietor obtained the FIRST PRIZE for ALE at the GisEAT NORTHERN EXBIBITION, 1869. A P A E T K E , . Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, CLARE. IS? .13 -FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. P JAMES GREENWOOD, CHEMIST, AND DRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, ST ATI ONER, A3D NEWS AGENT. Main STREET, CLAKE. E B C Y W . D Y E B, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, KOOR1NGA, BURRA LURRA. 1^ WHITFO^D, bADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, MINTARO. All orders promptly attended to. J BERNSTEIN, TAILOR, PROFESSED TROUSERS AND BREECHES MAKER, MAIN jltreet, CXALE. A*1 orders executed on the shortest notice, and most reasonable ttraos. Ail eortg of Sewing Machines repaired. J M c C A U L ,...
THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
THE MABKEXf?. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 5s 3d to 5s 4d Flour, no quotations. CLABE. Wholesale Wheat, nominal Flour, £12 10a per ton of2000 lbs Bran, Is 3d per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel ~ Chafl^ £5 Fresh butter 9d per lb Potted butter, 9d Eggs, 8d per doz. Bacon, 6|d per lb Ham, 9d. Cheese, English, Is 9d Ditta, colonial, 9d Potatoes, 9s 6d
POLICE COURT—CLARE. THURSDAY, Nov. 4. (Before E. B. Gleeson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 12 November 1869
POLICE COURT-CLARE. THURSDAY, NOV. 4. (Before E. B. Gleeson, Esq., S.M.) John Hunter, sen., John Hunter, jun., and Enos Peacock were charged with feloniously assaulting Thomas Peacock and his son, Edwin Peacock, on the previous day. Mr. Gower appeared for the prosecution. Owing to the ill-health of John Hunter, sen., he was not brought up before his Worship. Edwin Peacock deposed : I am a farmer. I live at Bachelors' Hall. About 4 o'clock yes terday afternoon Mr. Hunter came to the kitchen door and stood against it. He asked my father what he was going to do with the vines, and he said he would cut the grass out, but could nothing more. Hunter said, Will you? that is as I please. Father asked him what business he had with them, and Hunter said if he was obstinate, he (Hunter) could be obstinate also. Hunter said he would soon let him know he had as much right there as he had. Father requested him to leave the house, as it would be much better for him. Hunter kept coming into the hou...
ATTEMPT TO MURDER A PRIEST IN A CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
ATTEMPT TO MURDER A PRIEST IN A CATHEDRAL. About the middle of August, during the morning service in the Lutheran Cathedral of Berlin, just as the young priest was uttering the words com mencing the creed, " I believe in God," a young man who had forced his way through the crowd, and opened the door of the altar rails, cried out, " Thou liest," and taking a small pistol from under his paletot, fired a shot at the minister. For a moment the whole assembly seemed stupefied j but pre sently the sexton seized the would-be assassin, who made no attempt to escape, and delivered him into the hands of the police. The priest, though wounded, read the remainder of the liturgy, and the service was con cluded in the usual way, but not with out special thanksgiving offered for his marvellous escape. The criminal is about 18 years of age, and is the son of a smith, who intended him for a preacher, but he had become a Mate rialist, and declared he would kill the first priest he met. When he was ta...
ORIGINAL POETRY. A PASSING THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
ORIGINAL POETRY. A PASSING THOUGHT. OH I where are all the meny days of child hood's truthful joy, Those daya without the harr'wing sighs which after hopes alloy; Bememembr'st thou the old brick house with ivy overgrown, The chestnut trees each side the walk, the old oak 'mid the lawn; The white stone steps, the latticed porch, with roses climbing o'er, The bright sun shining all around, and thro' | the open door; i And from the Gothic window side thy mother's i gentle face Would smile benignly through the flowers, and all thy gambols trace ? Hast ever in this world of change another face e'er seen, That wore the look that that one did, between the leaves so green, Oft musing with thy little friends, in pleasant evening time, Or listening to the distant sounds of church's merry chime ? Or with sweet honeysuckle wreath thy young love's brow would'st crown, And seat the queen of that night's sports upon a grotto throne, Where all thy little friends would come, and gentle tribute pay, ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Nov. 11.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Hoy. 11) Impounded at the public pound, Clare (nearest post-office, Clare), Geo. Reece, poundkeeper-Chestnut mare, stripe down face, collar marked, like T) near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold Dec. 6, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Rochester, sec. 347, Hundred of Hart nearest post-office, Rochester), W. Hoskin, poundkeeper-Grey horse, shod all round, T over RS near shoul der; bay mare, black points, like p$ over K near shoulder, HT off shoulder; brown colt, off hind foot white, star in face, like jk off shoulder; red and white sheated bullock, like TC near rump ; black or brown entire colt, white star in face, hobble-strap on off front foot, like PO near shoulder; light bay filly, four white feet, star and snip in face, M over m near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold November 29, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, Whitwarta (nearest post office, Dalkey), P. Mathews, poundkeeper-Bay horse, hind feet white, ...
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
THE GOLDFIELDS. The correspondent of the Gawler Times thue writes:-"A more unpleasant day than tie one we have just passed (Nov. 10) can hardh be imagined on the diggings, when the heat and dust make it insupportable out of doore, ; and when the tents and other places resemble bakers' ovens more than human habitations; in fact, the only pleasant place on such a cUy is under ground in the drives of ventilated claims. Fortunately, towards night a decided change set in, but I am afraid that the apparent prospect of a smart shower of rain, which i3 much needed for repairing dams and water hole?, has disappeared. Of news regarding digging, I may mention that a prospecting claim on Edward's Hill has been granted during the week. It appears that two parties have been working on that bill ever since the first rush, doing, as report says, very well, but keeping their luck " dark," as it is termed, until at last the truth oozed out in a dispute amongst themselves, and the consequence was an a...
MINTARO. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
MINTARO. (FROM OUR OWN COEEESPONPENT.) November 17. On Tuesday, the 16 h inst., a public meeting was held in the Wesley an Chapel, Mintaro, in connection with the foreign missions of the Wesleysn conrecUon. Mr. H. Jolly presided. The meeting w s addressed by the Ber. Mr. Middleton, ltte of England, the Kev. Mr. GoVguitb, and Mr. J. M, Skewer. The pro* ceeds of collections, &c., were satisfactory, amounting in all to between £16 and £17 nearly double that of the previous year.
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THTJBSDAY, NOV. 11. A petition was presented for the incorpora tion of the Mercantile Marine Insurance Com pany. The Chief Secretary stated t|pt the postal tenders had been laid on the tablfe of the com mittee-room. TUESDAY, NOV. 16. The Chief Seceetary laid on the table a return of the revenue and expendi'ure for the quarter ending September 30. The Hon. W. Morgan obtained leave to bring in a bill to incorporate the Mercantile Marine Insurance Company, to be limited. The Licensed Victuallers Bill was further considered in Committee, and a number of clauses passed. The Prison Bill was discussed in committee. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17. A Select Committee was appointed to enquire into and report upon the dealings of the Govern ment with reference to the mail contracts.
WATERVALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 November 1869
WATERVALE. (FfiOM OTJfi OWN COBBBSPONDENT ) November 18. On Wednesday evening, the 17th instant, the choir of the Bible Christian Chapel gave their third concert, which, judging from the applause given by the large and respectable audience, was a decided success, and a marked improvement on their former efforts. The programme, which consisted of instrumental piece?, solos, duets, and choru?e?, was gone through in a spirited manner, and showed that considerable time had been given to the practice of the pieces by the various performers. Subjoined are some of the pieces which call for special comment. The first was an anthem by Fawcett,*? Blessed is he that consider* th the poor and needy," which was rendered by the choir with much taste and etpreesion. The second was a solo entitled " Faith," by Glover, which was nicely sung by Mr. Williamson. Hext came a pirce by the choir, *' Lord, what love have I un-0 thy law," which was very well given, the openirg trio being especially sung wit...