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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 September 1866

REDUCTION IN MIE PRICE OF. . THE SOUTHERN ARGUS RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER. The Condnctor of The Sontlern Argva has much pleasnre in announcing to Subscribers and the Public generally that on Saturdat, 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. Iw making this Reduction, which will bring The Southern 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 £Ue gcst gtarop&pft gulrtt.sliert in goucth gtttSttatta, out trf gutclaitlc. r The Conductor of The 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...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 September 1866

i Tcttsr.tt- -G&AX7. — *-« I'm i'nh .'ffS.-ptuinb.M-, fit St. j Grf,rg»V. MspiJl, by the Hcv, 'i'. If, Ktviilii. Mr, 1'nMoriek Tit'ii^r, nf Hiiiiasarih Isiend, to Alice, wifew of the lat^F, Cirar.t, lisq-, Si»iSt:*iIli K:4«liM;h, Worc&stersiiUx'. ! WHTH. \ Uv*iW-WB=—-\i Moot!(jiriBja Firm, YitsUtt fla:* j bftrs i-n t«a 4''h of S' jiica^'jer, the wif*1 nr J, Hin£» j JRhfJ-ii, i-Jfci,. J'fitjisiH' ivrtv, iif ft daurjiie.^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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SHIPPING. VICTOR HARBOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 September 1866

SHIPPING. VICTOR IIAKHOR SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Friday, Ausust 31 — Cynthia, schooner, Heath, master, from Port Adclai-ic. li. Allen, jun , agent, ('argit — 1 cisk, Sunman; 1 case, 1 drum. Heggaton ; -17 rkgs, Swcctaj-yle; 1 ca=e, 1 drum. Johnson acd Murphy,- 210 ro'.i-s, Tck-graph Department; 1 hbd, Neville; 42 pkgs. Or.ihsm; 1 case. Hodge: 1 dt», Caton: 97 pkzs', 114 shwts iron, Greayer; o pkgs, Rich :'02 do, Acrstnan and Co.; 1 piano, R. Alien; 12 pV.gs. Dutton ; 4 do. Willcccks. Sunday, September 2 — Gkm, culter, 52 tons, E. Lcthaby* master, from Port Adelaide. Cargo— 1 pkp, Hindmarsb ; 44 do, Cohen : 2 do. Hawker ; 12 do. Holmes: 19 do, Heggaton and Hodge: 5 do, Tfldman ; S do, Jones : 9 dor Sunman ; 13 do, Eaton ; 4 do Greayer; 4 do, Horn; 4 do, Smallacombe; 12 do, Gonn and Jones; 10 do, G. S. Read: 15 do, Baltitude: 55 do, Tri-ig; 51 do, Graham; 44 do, Harkins ; 4 do, West ; 24 do. Goode ; 53 do, Graham ; 8 Jo, Rich; 6 do, Heggiton; 5 do, Dutton; 2 do, Cohen; 4 do, Harkins; 7 do,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 September 1866

LOCAL NEWS. STRATHALBYN. The Oddfellows of the Loyal Angas Lodge. are mating preparations for their anniversary, r-n -which occasion the Concordia Band;wi}J. dispense their charms. Mr. W. Kanklne.Iias kindly promised the use of one of his paddocks for the amusements of the day. We had a terrible gale of wind on Saturday and Tuesday last, and plenty of dust. The Commercial Hotel, lately kept by Mr, Jf. Linn, is now conducted by Air. George Darbon, late commercial traveller. Mr. Close held his usual monthly sale at the Robin Hood on Saturday last, when sheep, lambs, cows, bullocks, and drays sold well, but light horses, of which there were a good many, went off badlv. A strong muster of buyers and sellers was present, and all seemed pleased with their bargains. The natives camped here were last night supplied by some one with drink, aud con sequently became very noisy, and one of them had to be taken to the lock-up for the night. Corporal Foelsche is on the alert, and will doubtless s...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

? — o ? INDIA. There is a great famine in Bombay,

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

AMERICA. A resolution for conceding belligerent rights to the. Fenians has been rejected in the Ameri cau llcuss of Representatives.

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

? o ? RUSSIA. The cholera has broken out in St. Peters burgh.

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THE WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

THE WAR IN EUROPE. The Italian Constitution has been pro claimed in Venetia. The integrity of Saxony is to be main tained. Austria pays an indemnity of £3,000,000. She haii lost 40.000 men in Bohemia. There has been a great naval battle in the Adriatic between Italians and Austrians. France demands restoration of French boundaries as in IS 14. The best relations subsist between Napoleon and the King of Prussia. Austria and Prussia have signed the basis of a treaty of peace, and all the German States have agreed to an armistice Gf four weeks. The bssis of the armistice Is between Italy and Austria — the unconditional annexation of Venetia to Italy. Austria has been refused admission into Germanic Confedration. Italy is contracting a loan of three hundred and fif:y millions (350,000,000) ? The war is thought to be ended.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE JULY ENGLISH MAIL. TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION ESTABLISHED BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT ARMING. SUSPENSION OF THE BIRMINGHAM BANKING COMPANY. REFORM RIOTS IN HYDE PARK. DISCOUNT, 10 PER CENT. CHOLERA IN LONDON AND ST. PETERSBURG. GREAT BATTLES ON THE CONTINENT. PRUSSIAN VICTORIES. CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES. PEACE PROBABLE. FENIANS REFUSED BELLIGERENT RIGHTS IN AMERICA. FAMINE IN BOMBAY. NEWSPAPER DATES TO JULY 26. LATEST TELEGRAMS, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

ARRIVAL | OF THE JULY ENGLISH MAIL. ? « TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION ES TAULISHED BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. THE ESGLISU GOVERNMENT AHMIXG. SUSPENSION OF THE BIRMINGHAM BANKING COMPANY. REFORM RIOTS IN HYDE PARK. DISCOUNT, 10 PER CENT. CHOLERA IN LONDON AND ST. PETERSBURG. GREAT BATTLES ON THE CONTINENT. PRUSSIAN VICTORIES. CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES. PEACE PROBABLE. FENIANS REFUSED BELLIGERENT RIGHTS IN AMERICA. FAMINE IN BOMBAY. NEWSPAPER DATES TO JDLY 26. LATEST TELEGRAMS, AUGUST 8. The branch steamer, with the Jui j English j mail, and telograpbic dates to August S,arrived j at Gieiiclg on Sunday afternoon. i __ ? «£-- ? The following summary of intelligence appeared in an extraordinary edition of The Southern Argus, issued last Monday morning : — ENGLAND. London, July 26 to August 8. The Atlantic cable has been successfuly laid, and congratulatory messages have been ex changed by Her Majesty the Queen and President Johnson. The Engl sli Government have ordered 50,000 Eufieids to b...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [By Electric Telegraph.) [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

LATEST ADELAIDE MARKETS. [By Electric Telegraph.) [From our own Correspondent. | Adelaide, Friday Evening. Wheat — There is little offering, and may be quoted &e rather firm at 5s. 7d. Flour, £13 to £14 10s. I*.i barley, oats, and hay, there is no change from last quotations. Fat cattle at last sales realized £6 10s. to £7 5s per head. Sheep, 15s. to 23s. ; lambs, 12s. to 15s Some butchers are advertising beef and mutton, retail, from 4d. to 6H. per 1b.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

&ES1E&L PHUT iM OFFICES, PORT ELLIOT. THE PLANT OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT COMPRISES COMPLETE FOUNTS OF ALL THE Best Plain and Fancy Types, SUITABLE FOB BILL-HEADS, CARDS, POSTERS, DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICES, SHIPPING NOTES, OB B00KW0RK; AH Eia4$ of Printing EXECUTED WITH - NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, Kit. ang 0arjetg of Jfnlt ov, jfa&e& WENTWORTH, MENINDIE oa MOUNT MURCHISON ORDERS, Forwarded by Post or given to the Local Agents oi (At TVentworth, Mr. E. Feloatse ; at Menindie, Messrs. Berry ax» Woolcctt; and At Mount Murchison, Mr. J. F. Tbip^) WILL BE PROMPTLY EXECUTED, And Parcels dispatched by flrtt steamer from Goolw*. THIS IS THE ONLY PRINTING OFFICE HITHERTO ESTABLISHED SOUTH OP ADELAIDE, AKD IB XE-VREB THAN ANY OTHER TO iUt Darling Townships Milang Strathalbyn The Finniss WUlunga. Yankalilla Finniss Vale AND Cape Jervia. REMEMBER I— fiESEEAt PBIHTIfffi PORT ELLIOT. SPECIAL, NOTICE. 'Southern Argus' Extraordinaries. It is our intention to publish regu lar...

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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

STRATHALBYN. Friday, Sectemseb 7. Pref ent all the members. Mr3 Hodger to have an order of admiss'oa to the Destitute Asylum. Council to inspect work required near Hampden, and at Springs on the 15th inst. Tenders to be called for making 16 chains of road at ffandergrove. The Council will only allow use of district road through Section 2,602, provided ibat a load adjoining Mr Milnt'3 fence be lef: open for general use. Clerk, to communicate with Port Elliot and Goolwa Council after seeing Mr Woodgate. Mr Turner's tender for dry stone walls (£2$) at New Hamburg, aocepted. Mr Nu'.t to be requested, to elear the timber off district road on Fouth side of Section 2-,7-tl. Mr Hooper to get some rails placed at bridge. Clerk to write to Central Road Bond, asking that the sum of £150 be allowed for damage do«ie to. district roads by the contractors in making the Goolwa main Due. Mr Close gave notice of motion that he would, on 21st instant, move that immediate Fteps ha taken, tenders called...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

SOUTHERN PROFESSIONAL AND TRADES DIRECTORY. We are now preparing- for weekly publication in tbe Southern Air/us a Soutbem Professional and Trades Directory. A Name, Occupation, and Address, occupying two lines of space, will be inserted therein at the charge of One Guinea per annum, or One Pound if paid in advance. The names of residents in the various townships will be classified, and alphabetically arranged. We thus offor to professional gentlemen, agents, storekeepers, publicans, and tradesmen a useful and cheap manner of advertising, which will be as convenient for reference as effectual for the publicity it will afford. Orders for Advertisements re ceived at this Office.

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YANKALILLA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

YANKALILLA. Satcrdav, Septembeb 8. Present — All the members. A letter was read from Mr J. Dodd, reporting the dangerous state of the culvert near his plase. To be attended to when in funds. Mr Watson applied for repairs to crossing near bis nlace. To be examined. The Inspector reported cuttinjr, &c. to PtockwelVs road; as also cutting on Stonv Pinch road let to P. Ahearjj & Co. and T. Rosewell & Co. F niahed satisfactorily. G. Bertram's tender for building culvert at £27, cattiag at Is. 4d. per cubic yard, forming and laying debris at 2a. €d. per lineal yard, on read near Sir Brittou'd, accepted.

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

THE ELECTIONS. Twelve candidates are before the country for the five vacancies in the Legislative Council, Their names will be found elsewhere. We cannot deal with their relative merits this j week, but we do most strongly protest against candidates -withholding, as manv have done, their announcement of their intentiou to stand | until it is too late for them to face one public meeting. Some have partially atoned for this by issuing tolerably explicit statements of their opinions ; but Mr. H. Kent ITugues, for instance, vouchsafes nothing beyond, the bold declaration that the urgent reoresentatsons of his friends and admirers have induced him to sacrifice his preconceived iniention of not seeking a political position. Does the name of Hughes really fill the gap where brains and pains should play their part? Verily, we think there is less virtue in it. We shall have tiu;e enough, however, to discuss the candidates again.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BREMER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

DISTRICT COUNCILS. BREMER. BxTCRTt ay, September 8. Present— All except Mr Pavy. Mr Borrett reported having arranged with Mr Binny to make the 5 chains road near Fairweather's for £6 2s. 61. per chain. Letter received from Crown Lands Office, request ing Council to forward two. copies of by-laws engrossed for confirmation ;. also, a draft trust deed for cemetery. Cleric to attend to it. The Clerk was instraeted to collect all the rates at once, and in case of default to sue for the amounts. The Clerk read copy of instructions issued to Banger, which were confirmed. The Banger gave in his report. Mrs Ward attended and laid a complaint against the Ranger, which was amicably arranged. Poundkeeper to attend next meeting. Mr Ilamlyn instiucted to get some work ejene against Mr Leitch's and Watson Park. Mr Borrett to jet sonie.woik done near bis section. Payments, £S4.

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THE SOUTH-EASTERN MAIL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

THE SOUTH-EASTERN MAIL ROUTE. The Ministry, by obtaining a Select Com mittee to consider the best means of im proving the means of communication between Adelaide and Mount Gambier, have placed two propositions beyond dispute. First, that they recognize the importance of the subject ; and, second, thai they don't knew what to do about it. Now, then, is the time for those who are inierei-ied in the question to make known their views. No doubt the Committee will be willing to listen to. any one who has ari3Tthing to eay on the question ; aud if people who do know the relative merits of the respective routes won't take a hearing when it is offered them, the fault will be their own. We cannot blame the Uovernment for the. course they have adopted in proposing tbe Committee, although it would certainly bave been more in accordance with the true prin ciples of Responsible Government - if the Executive had arrived at an opinion for them selves and acted upon it, instead of quietly imposing ...

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ELECTION MEETING AT STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

ELECTION MEETING AT STRATH ALBYN. A public meeting was held at the Strathalbya Hotel, on Monday evening last toconsider who were the most fit and proper persons for filling the vacancies exist ing in the Legislative Council. The wealth of the distiict was well represented, although the meeting was not very numerously attended, there not beirjg more than 30-. present Many more would have attended bad it been better known. Mr D. Gollas was voted to. the chair, and called upon Mr J. C Verco — the only candidate present — to enunciate his policy. Mr Verco came., forward, and said the reason of his coming: into the field was the manifest in difference of persons who should have been greatly interested in the social and political interests of tie country; on lhat account, and for other reasons and having time on his hands, he had come forward, and if elected would ever do his best to serve the public interest. He considered the coming election im portant as regarded their political and so...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

Business Notices. j 1f\f\{\ GALLONS WINEou Sale at the efctab- j ,UU U lisbment of J. DODD, FBUlTElttB, &t., l'OBT ELLIOT. Warranted the Pare Juice of n th-- Grape. J J. Dodd havirjg taken out a Wine Licence is pre- o£ pared to sell bis nines in Jarge~or small quantities. , j. Fruit carefully packed and seut to order. pj ON .SALE.— T ASM AN IAN OATS I -indeed. Tarett . ca IIolcus Saccbaratutt Seed Maize Pumpkin ? 1'rairiu Grass . - -_ Ril Grass I Lucerne f; - Oishuist Compound. E. &. W. HACKETT, 73, Hundle-street. — THE ANGLO AUSTRALIAN GUANO COMPANY, LIMITED. - AGENT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA— / H. II. IIACSSEN, HlXDLEY-STKEET, ADELAIDE. X BIRD ISLAND PHOSPHATIC GUANO, £9 per ton, bags included, at Port Victor, £ On Sale by k EBENEZER WARD, Port Elliot. _ ANALYSES. Moisture ? 13*41 _ Organic matter and ammoiiiacal salts ... 13 00 n Alkaline salts, consisting chiefly of sul. J phates and chlorides ? 1-58 p. Phosphates of lime and magnesia ... 67-25 t0 -'aibonate of lime ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 September 1866

REDUCTION 1H *HE PEICB O» THE SOUTHfeRM ARGUS RIVER MURRAY ADVERTISER. Th« Conductor of The Southern Argut has much pleasure in announcing to Subscribers «na 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 fiom 6d. to 4d., And the Subscription from Six Shillings per Quarter to Tour Shillings. Ik making this Reduction, which will bring The Southern Argut 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 Sfa gejrt grtttfpaiu* gutrtfefttfl in South gtujstratta, out at gWriaide. Thk Conductor of The Southern Argus will shortly visit personally every locality in tlie 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 particularly requested that ...

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