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THE QUEEN'S INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

r- THE QUEEN'S IN GOME. J The Times says^-^ So much noa I sense in constantly talked, and suck 1 erroneous notions are held, respecting J the Queen's income, that it can hardly ? * I be considered a work of supererogation jto put the precise facts before the | public. By an Act passed soon after a I her Majesty's accession, in which tlie I Queen waives her right to and interest I in certain hereditary rates, charges* I duties, and revenues which by her prerogative she might have claimed J the civil list, i,e.f her income, is fixed I at £*385,00Q per annum. Many peopls I have an idea that this sum is actually I paid to the Queen every year. Sues I is not the case. The civil list is I divided into six classes, to each ci J which we/will briefly refer. Class 1 [really represents the amount cx j money paid to her Majesty for he? J private use. This amount £60,000^ J which is payable in monthly instal- . I ments so long as her Majesty lives. Class 2, which appropriates £181,260, is for t...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OPENING OF THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. REPLY TO SPEECH CARRIED. DIFFICULTIES BETWEEN TURKEY AND GREECE FINALLY ARRANGED. CONTINUED DISTURBANCES IN SPAIN. WOOL STEADY—PRICE UNALTERED. COPPER ADVANCING. WHEAT FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OPENING OF THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. REPLY TO SPEECH CARRIED. DIFFICULTIES BETWEEN TUR KEY AND GREECE FINALLY ARRANGED. CONTINUED DISTURBANCES IN SPAIN. WOOL STEADY-PRICE UNALTERED. COPPER ADVANCING. WHEAT FIRM. The Alexandra arrived off Glenelg on Tuesday morning, with the South Australian portion of the English mail, by the Malta from Galle. We subjoin the following items-of news: LATEST GALLS TSLE3RAU3. London, January 30. Mr. Ripley, the newly-elected member of Parliament for Bradford, has been unseated. The petitions against the elections of members of Parliament for Carlow and Athlone have been withdrawn. Advices from Berlin state that the Pru s an Chambers have sanctioned, the confiscation of the property of the Kino* of Hanover. ^ Count Walewski, who is the bearer of the protocol of the Paris Conference, and also of a letter from the Emoeror Napoleon, has arrived at Athens. "The belief is increasing that Greece will adhere to the declaration in co...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government G Ze[?]te," March 11) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (F?^m the ''Govprnrafnt G Zc<to," Ufare? Impounded at tlie public pound, Wakefield Plains, Section 150, Hun dred of Da {key, (nearest Post Office, Balkey)-One black mare, collar and saddle marked, shod all round, branded like over L near shoulder, TY off shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold April 5, 1880, at noon. Thomas lialton, poundkeeper. Impounded at the Melrose Public Pound (nearest Post Office, Melrose) One blue roan filly, ES off shoulder, like £ near shoulder, no other brands visible. If not claimed, will i»e sold March 29, 1869, at noon. Charles Yates, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Springfield, ia the Hundred of Gilbert, Section IX o. 1102 (nearest Post Office, Marra* el) - One bay pony mare, branded 5 over n near shoulder, broken in. If not claimed, will be sold April 5, 1869, at noon. Thos. Wni. Rollings, poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 460, near Riverton, in the Hundred of Gilbert-One bay mare, like AY n...

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BRUTAL CONDUCT OF A WHALING CAPTAIN. From the " Auckland Weekly Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

BRUTAL CONDUCT OP WHALING CAPTAIN. From the " Auckland Weekly Herald." By tlie arrival of the schooner Fiery Cross, Captain Edwards, from Norfolk Island, on Thursday, we learn of some most extraordinary proceedings on board the. American whaling barque Callao, of New Bedford, Captain Ros well Brown, whilst erasing in the Southern Pacific. One of the crew of the barque, John Brennan, has come up as a passenger by the Fiery Cross, and we append his written statement of the whole affair: On board barque Callao, of New Bedford. Saturday, May 30, 1868. The starboard watch was called tor come on deck that morning at the usual hour, viz., 3 o'clock. James Connelly, whose turn it was to take the wheel, overslept himself-not hearing the watch called-and was eig'ht or ten minutes behind his time in .relieving the wheel, in consequence of which Captain Brown came on deck and commenced on Connelly about it, at the same time talking pretty loud. John Brennan, one of thfi frfiw, hearing' loud, ta...

Publication Title: Northern Argus
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PICKINGS FROM "ADELAIDE PUNCH." OUR CIRCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

PICKINGS PROM "ADELAIDE! PUNCH." . OUR CIRCULATION. The following' is tlie number of; copies of Adelaide Punch printed last week14,500,000,000,000. Relays | o. printers are kept up by stimulants | to feed the machines, and are carried away insensible at the conclusion of their day's work. A special grounds has been selected in the cemetery to buiy our dead pressmen, but in a few weeks it will be filled up, and we shall have to select another. Advertise ments intended for insertion must be in fifteen weeks beforehand. Our books are open as usual, &c. WORSHIP OF Baccnus. One of the newspapers states that the township of Two Wells is pro gressing, i that a new public-house is j nearly completed' and, that e another place of worship will shortly be opened.' It is not stated to what denomination the first edifice belongs. CONUNDRUM BY SAMMY. - Why would the ballot be the best method] of electing* members for the Council ? i --Because there would be a ' Raphael' (raffle) for the p...

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THE STUBBLE BURNING AND BUSH FIRE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

THE STUBBLE BURNING- AND BUSH FIRE ACT.' This Act wee passed in the session of 1864 ."or tie purpose < f ref trailing the negligent or wilful destruction cf property ly fire. It pro vides fbat at y peison wilful?} or negligently ^eftrojin£'f ii j iriijf, or endangering property by setting on fl.e r»r burning timber, frain, straw, stable, fcsy, zrz-ft cr oiner produce OP f-aterial grevtwg, biin^cr being in any flsce w? a'erer, shall, on coivct'or, f-o frit a penally not le#s than £3 ncr exceeding £10, Holders of annual depos^age licences to ^iveone day's i.otice of intention to burn ecru*1, &e.,v.ithin hundreds to Crown Lands Earger. Ro fire shall be lighted for burning stubble, &c.t be* tjrren let KoTembcr end 15th Apii!, unlegi between 6 aid 10 o'clock in the nf'triiccn* District Councils have power to slrer the hours of burning in their districts by notice in the '. Government G^tte," ai d ty fixing same oa door on Distort Council Gfiice for 30 days. No ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

3SOT1CE TO COHREsPOIsDEiiTS. J. Myles.-In ciK Jast is*ue a Ofevrred in the poHc^ report iflatinR to tin cane ngeinBt Mr, S acj &r drtaiiimg four pair? of duck?. We repr;r»«*d the case* *8 Mr. Stucj having h^n charged wiifa ttfa'ing: '*l;e ducks lr should h»iTe beep, charged with iTfg*% d< failing four (airs ( f du<k« belonging lo Mr Ford, bpliiv ng the «»» e to heve been his. I Mr. M_\ ler is not f-ai^fied wi»h ihie explana tion, we viiiicglj? icitrfc hie letter in ou' Best publication.

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POLICE COURT—CLARE. TUESDAY, MARCH 16. (Before Mr. Gleeson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

POLICE COURT-CLARE. TUESDAY, MARCH 16. (Before Mr. Gleeson, S.M.) Jan-e^ Tnomas, alias August Lemrn, wa churged with forging at>d u'tering a cheque fur £25 on Jame« 1 homas. farmer, on March 15 A e hearing the evidence the S.M« ad djoi rned the case until Thursday, on accouut of the absence of Mr. Tho mas. THURSDAY, MARCH 19. The adjourned cast of James Thomas, alia A' guct Lerr.in, for fc-rging and uttering a ch< que to me amount of £25, on Monday last, wat resumed to-day, when the followirg evidence vm elicited A. H. Price, examined, eaid, I am a cierk o* the National Bark of Auetratas'* aT- Auburn. Jawes Thomas has an account t>t tt e JSauonal Bai>k, Auburn. I know his hand writing. Tha< is not his writing on the chequt pro 'uctd n arked A Ihe cheque prcduceo *8? pre^nted »t the NaHcnai Bunk, Auburr, on M'»nda\ la^t, 'rom tte branch bank at C;are, and dinC'lj 1 de'ected the forgery, transrfcittec tl-e eh* c qt.e back to Clare in the usual way. Ihe w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

REGISTRATION OT BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARKIAGE3. Bieths ASD DEATHS-Parents or occupiers of houses m which births have taken place or deaths have occurred, the coroner or distiicfc constable, in cases of bodies found, are iequirrd 'o rfgister (free cf charge) births within 43 d*js, deaths wiihin 10 dajs* titreofoccurrercp, under a penalty not exceeding £10, and of £50 tn case ef refusal to comply wheti called upon by the- district registrar. The minister or person effi tating vrho shall be r«qci-ed to bury ?»r to peifurm eny religious service for the burial of a dead body, sl.aU be furnished with a certificate from a diiti ict registrar that such -a* been du'y r< gistercd. Should such certifi cate not be produced before or at tl.e time of burial, notice is to be given forthwith to the di tiict registrar by any person who sha-J dis pose of a body by burial. Parents, guardians, or persons cognizant of a birth or death may register (a birth after 42 daje, a death afer 10 &am...

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The Aorthern Argus. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

©ire mtfrp FRIDAY, MARCH 19,1869. THE inhabitants of the Northern districts are well aware of the general bad state of the roads from Clare through the ranges in all directions, which is a drawback to the prosperity of its trade, and a great inconvenience to the farmers and others who have to travel over them. We think it is time this state ot things was altered; good roads are required to facilitate trade and traffic. In the first place we want a better route to Blvth's Plains. There is a considerable quantity of wheat and grain of almost every description grown on the Plains, and Clare is the nearest anarket the farmers have, the distance ibfcmg only about seven or eight miles; and yet they appear to be completely enstranged from each other. We ask what is the cause of thisf and the answer is, We cannot bring our pro duce into Clare on account of the hills we have to encounter, and the natural bad state of the roads; and as we can take as much in one load to Port Wakefield as to t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

SEW SOUt rt WALES. The Patriotic Association intend to start a newspaper in their own in terest. Mr. Johnson's stores at Gulligal, on the Liverpool Plains have been burnt down. The loss is estimated at £700, and Mr. Johnson is not insured for a penny. An iron bridge is been erected over the river at Yass. H.U.H. the Duke of Edinburgh has consented to lay the foundation-stone of the monument to Captain Cook. At the weekly wool sales held on the 5th instant, a parcel of superior scoured wood realized 22 jd., the highest price obtained at public sales this season. Flying Foxes, the usual pests of orchards and gardens in various parts of the country, have made their ap pearance in Yass and the neighbour-1 hood in considerable numbers. The scarcity of water appears to have driven the emus from the in terior to the more habited portions of the colony. They are making- their appearance in all directions. It is believed that the two packets, named respectively the Free Selector and the Gres...

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THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

T1IE DOG ACT. The Dog Act of the cession of 1867 provider 'hat all dogs eVall be registered, if three rronth old, every jeer, under a penalty of £1, or no more tb-in £6. If registration be cffiC'td be* tween let Ju!y and 31st December in anv j at. dog deed ed to be registered until 1st July o< ^ear rext enduing; if rff.ctfd between Isi Jnuery atd SOlh Jure, then dog deerred to b< tegifft< red until let JuJy in the jesr then nex< t npuirg. Description of dog to be given. Penalty for fake description, £2 to £5. Fe< for certificate or receipt on registration, 5% Proof of registration lica with keeper of do£ . Copy of aforesaid cerf ifictte may be obtained oi uayuent of If, Lifts to be exhibited in fo'gifctrar's office. Dogs registered to hart collars round neck, with number of district, rame of owner, and number of register maiked * hereon ; penalty, 5* to 40^. Does at large not . egistered or without collar may be seized and kille...

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ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

ADELAIDE. (fbom oue own cobeebpondeht ) Marcb 16. The A delaide citizens hare scarce?j done repining at hiB Worship the M»yor i retrench*, tig fir, ay which the newly-erec ed gas lamps -ere extinguished. OorpWion were jsckrd, and salaries cut down, wh n all our , Muf icip&l machinery has been turned i^tide out by BOtce most unexpected disclosures in finan ial matters When in the month of Deceaiber last, at a meeting of the City Coun cil it was decided to deUr>} all offices vacant, at thesauie time g V'ng »ioerty to the hoi-er« to apply for reinstatement, and the then Town Clerk, Mr. Hughes, rid not make application for reinstatement, some unsophisticated it *d» dividual were simple enough to believe that that worthy functional was only emu Sating jvs Worship-who had devoted his salary for the year to the reduction of the over-draft and was animated by a laudable desire to benefit the city, and sacrifu*e hinseelf by retiring into privcte life until *uch time as the Cor ora...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VWfOHIA. The Murray, by the latest advices, is still entirely unnavigible from the North-west bend upwards to .Went worth. A dispenser named Wip-g, connected with the Melbourne Hospital, ha? been suspended for dang-erous mistakes in the issue of medicines. Victoria has won her twelfth cricket match with Sydney. She took a premier position from the first, and she | still retains the lead. I The squatters and stockholders of the Wag-ga Wagg-a district have de termined upon the formation of an association for checking1 cattle stealing. The Japan, the first Victorian ! whaler, sailed from the Heads on Sun day morning, for a two years' cruise on the " Middle Ground." or northern shores of New Zealand. Another victim of sinall-pox died on Saturday morning*, at the Royal Park Hospital. The ravages of the disease were rapid, and the patients sufferings must have '>een very severe, for he cried like a child, and it required two men to hold him in his a«*ony. * Mr..Jame...

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TIME-TABLE OP THE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FOR 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

TIME-TABLE OP THE ARTFLVAL AND DEPLRLUIIFC OF THE £XFGLISII MAIL FOR I$69. OCTWAI'D KOUTB. L:tr s L ndon via Ma»eeillep.* J muary ... 29 February ... 26 March **» 26 April ... 23 Miy ... 2L J une ... 18 July ... 16 August ... 13 September ... 10 October ... 8 November ... 5 December ... 3 Arrives at Adelaide. 31 Ma<cli Aptil May #1 June .. July August August September .. Oiober November December .. 1870. January February .. 16 13 11 8 6 3 31 28 26 23 21 18 15 HOMLWAhD KCUTE. Arrives in London via DecrmW Leaves Adelaide. D.e. ... 9 1869. J *n. ... 6 Feh. ... 3 March ... 3 March ... 3L Aptil ... 26 May ... 24 June ... 21 July ... 19 Aug. ... 16 Sep. ... 33 Oct* ... 13 Nov. ... 10 Ma»aal»-e. 1869 Jan. ... 24 F<b. ... 21 March ... 21 Apiil ... 18 May ... 16 June ... 13 July ... 11 Aug. ... 8 Sep. ... 5 Oct. ... 3 Oct. ... 31 T. ... 28 Dec. ... 26 Souilaniptor. itm. Jan. ... 30 Feb. ... 27 Match... 27 April ... 24 .May ... 22 June ... 11* July ... 17 Aug. ... 14 Sep...

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LOCAL COURT—CLARE. (Before Mr. E. B. Gleeson, S.M.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

LOCAL COURT-CLARE. (Before Mr. E. B. Gleeson, S.M.) WBDNfiSDA?, MabCS 27. SMITH t, WOODGATE.-Ti<e plaintiff claimed £1 5s lid, for drink had in bis hotel by the defendant Judgment fur plaintiff for the ful .mount claimed. SMITH ?. k ewcomak.-Claim for £1 10* The plaintiff not patting in an appearance, the case was dismissed. PATEKBOK T. M OYGEE.-Claim for £10 14s 8d, for articles received by the defendant from the plt*iiniffL The defendant did not appear Plaintiff said the biil had been owing over two year.-, and that he would allow defendant 10s per day for three days* labor done for him b> defendant. Judgment for plaintiff £7 11a Id, 12| per cent, interest mt being allowed. Gko'ge Rundell was charged with assaulting and beating his wife, Philipa Btmdell. "2h< defendant owned that be had pulled hgf ?k<rt off and committed it to the flames. Wa? bound over to k?ep the peace with his wife an<* all her Majesty1* subject* lor the period of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

TENDERS f r REPAIRS to the STORAGE TANK at KINN®.* PLAINS, will be ivceivfdaf this Office untii 12 o'clock at noon on Tuesday, April 6, n> Xf. Plan and Si>ecification can be seen atthfe oSee during the u«ual office hours, and at th< Police Stations at Wnllaroo and Ciare, on and afier Monday, the 22nd Instant. . Itfo Tender* can be entertained unless in .ccordance with the printed farms to be supplied; cor will the lowest or any other Tender necessarily be accepted. B. G. THOMAS, Architect. Qoremment Architect'* Dfliwtmen*, Adelaide, March 17,1869.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

c LA EE STEAM FLOUh AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER Pjbopeietor. WHEAT alirays wanted at Highest Bates FOR CaSH. Flcur, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crashed Com always for sale. Gist Work promptly done, and Corn Crushed. J. H A It D J£ B If ear Town Hall, Ciare, CABINET MAKE if, &c. J. H. bcfii toterder Hie Hwrb to the pubi c fur the libtml support hefias hitherto receivnl duii' g bis residence in Cjerr, aiid l ope-9, by psung i v ry atttnlion to his husiru w, he mil continue to receive a fair share of the ^ubhe patronage A good ptonh offnrniture of every iescriptioi akajH on hand, and made to order. IKON BEDSTEADS & MATRESSES. FuneraU attended on the shoriest notice. Ctiarge moderate. »?- 3M HABDESa w. PAli£Bs>0\N AN1) CO. CLARE FOUNDBY & AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT YARD, BtFILDEUS AND TiMBEE.MeKCHANTS, Iron, coal, hard stood, timber, desk AH kii ds of Black^isithsV Wwlwrighld', ami Cuact .builders' work done on the shortest not irv, K B.-First cla^s SHopirp Smit...

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THE MARKETS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

THE MAFKBlg. ADELAIDE. Wheat, 4* lOd Flour, £12 CLASS* Wfcofcaale "Whrat 8* lOd to 4§ Flour, £10 per ion cf 2000 lbs Bran, 10d per bushel Pol (arc, 1- 2'J per bushel ChefE £4 6* per Ton uf 2000 Ibl lnt<h butter If 4d per 1 a Pottfd but<cr, Is 3d Eggs, 7d per dof. Bacon, lOd per lt> Cheese, 7d per lb Fotatoee, 7s 6d.

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AGENIS FOR "NORTHERN AEGUS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 19 March 1869

AGENIS FOB «UOETH£EJJ AEG US." I Adelaide Auburn £ljth*« Plaint Kipunda M intaro Bmrtoa Saddle worth Water?ale Mr. Stoadby Messrs. Casteen & GOBI Mr Best Sir K. Williams Mr Lathleea Mr. G. Gurner Mr W. Gurr Mr A. 19. Bewieke

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