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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
MISCELLANEOUS. A young lady named Ellen Moir was brought before the Bench at Edenhope, on Thursday last (says the Hamilton Spectator), charged with being illegally on the premises of a gentle* man some 30 miles from here. It appears that having conceived a violent affection for a young gentleman of the family, she had travelled from Adelaide, a great part of the way on foot, but only to find that her amour was not recipro cated ; and refusing to leave the premises, she was charged with trespass. The worthy magis trate sitting on the case no doubt thought it a pity to send her to gaol under the circumstance, and discharged her with good advice, impressing upon her the necessity of seeking a situation, and having ascertained that she had but little money, paid her fare in the coach to Hamilton, to enable her to look for service. AUSTCATJAN DIAMONDS.-By the last mail steamer Messrs. Flavelle Brothers and Roberts have received from their London house 20 diamonds, sent home by them from ...
MUTINY, AMONG THE MORMONS —EDITOR STENHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
MUTINY, AMONG THE MORMONS -EDITOR STENHOUSE. - It is reported from Salt Lake City that mutiny in the camp has become so rampant that the convocation of the elders have telt it necessary to make examples of a number* of dangerous heretics by excommunication, and that Mr. Stenhouse, editor and proprietor of the Salt Lake Telegraph, is among the excommunicated. If this news is true, it is very significant; for Stenhouse's paper has heretofore been the Moniteur, the official organ of Brigham Young. If there is to be, howover, a general break-up of Mormondom in Utah, we have no fears of Stenhouse. He is a smart, industrious, enterprising man, and will be able to save himself from the wreck. Some eight or ten years ago he was a reporter on the New York Herald; but he wanted to be a Mormon, and so he set out for the promised land of Utah with a wife and five young children, saying he would get there if he had to take the little ones in a hand-cart. And he did get there, though he was compe...
INTERESTING DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
INTERESTING DISCOVERIES. The North German Correspondent says:-A number of coins, 1,419 in all, have been found in the convent of St. Anunciata at Florence, and have come into the possession of the National Museum 5 2 are of gold, 58 of silver, and the remaining 1,359 of copper. The g*old pieces bear the likeness of Valentinian II. and Justin III. Of the silver coins there are, 1 of Julius Caesar, 2 of Pompey, 9 of Marius An tonius, 2 of Octavian, 1 of Tiberius, 2 of Trajan, and 2 of Antonius Pius. Several Etruscan and Yolscian pieces are to be found among the copper coins, 1 of King Juba, 23 of Caracalla, 11 of Heliogabalus, 33 of Constantino, 1 of Alaric, King of the Goths, and 167 of the Free Cities. Besides these, 162 old medals were found, and a number of small works of art in a glass vessel, vases of various forms, and 3 lamps. A peasant, while ploughing his field at Waldalgesheim, between three and four English miles from Bingen, very recently, turned up a number of valuable a...
THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
THE GOLDFIELDS. From the letter of the Gawler Times BarosBa correspondent we take the following:-a To show that even Spike Chilly is not worked out, I may mention that a miner in fossicking about, there last Saturday picked up a specimen worth £9 or £10. The same day the Warden granted two prospecting claims, one on Moonta Sill, and the other in a gully near the old township. There are several prospecting- parties out, so that we may hope shortly to hear of some new discovery. Saunders and party are prospecting near Victoria Hill. Their shaft ia 30 feet deep, and they expect to bottom on or about Monday next. If they should strike payable gold, I have no doubt a large rush will set in. Another party is prospecting one of the hills near Q-reea G-ully, and the third party in the scrub, about a mile or so from Victoria Hill. The Kapunda Company also intend to send out a prospecting party in the beginning of next week. \ meeting of shareholders of the Xiord Vivian Reefing Company was he...
The Northern Argus. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1870. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1870. WITH this issue terminates the first volume of this journal. It has now been in existence for a period of 12 months, and we cordially return our thanks for the patronage bestowed upon us by our subscribing- and adver tising friends during that time. The majority of our readers are aware that The Northern Argus was started under adverse circumstances $ but we were determined at the onset to overcome them if possible, and have succeeded to a certain extent. It has been hinted to us on more than one occasion that this journal was sometimes objected to on account of its diminutive size. In answer to that we may state that the population of Clare and Auburn-the places from whence we expected to receive our chief sup port-did not warrant an enlargement. However, as the population and trade in those and the smaller townships are increasing considerably-and, as a matter of course, the Districts of Upper Wakefield and Stanley are becoming of more importance-we feel ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From the "Government Gazette," Feb. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. (From tlie " Government Gazette," Feb. 3.) Impounded at the public pound, Glare (nearest post office, Clare), G. Recce, pound keeper-Brown mare, star, Bliod, collar and collar marked, DXL oyer OA over DXL near shoulder j. heavy draught brown mare, blind near eye, like FJH near shoulder; dark brown filly, about eighteen months old, etar, and stripe down face, no brandB visible. If not claimed, will be sold February 2X, at noon. Impounded at the public pound, section 149, Spring G-ully, Hundred of Clare (Sevenbilla nearest post office), J. Dugan, Sen., pound keeper-Bay mare, star in forehead, off bind fetlock white, AK off shoulder, AK off thigh, blotch near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold February 21, at noon.
AUBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
AUBURN. (FROM OTTB OWN COBRfiSPONDENT.) February 9. The Weslejau Bazaar was commenced yes* terday. I am told that the sale then realiBed over £80. I pee that the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society are making great preparations for their next conversazione, which is to be held in about a month. I have no doubt that it will be well attended, and prove itself satisfactory, as several prizes are to be offered. Very hot weather has prevailed of late.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
£JLABE STEAM FLOUR AND CHAFF MILLS, CHARLES KIMBER, PBOPBEBTOB. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, and Crushed Corn always for sale. A UBUBS BB G WEB Y. The BEST XXX PALE ALE andPORTER In the colony are to be had at THE AUBURN BREWERY. The Proprietor obtained the FIRST PRIZE for ALE at the GREAT NORTHERN EXHIBITION, 1869. AP A E T K E , . Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, CLARE. N.B -FUNERALS FURNISHED on the most reasonable terms. JAMES GREENWOOD,| CHEMIST, AND JJRUGGIST, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS AGENT. MAIN stbeet, CLABE. P E R 0 Y W , DYER, CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, KOORINGA, BURRA BURRA. EW H I T F O R D,l . SADDLE & HABNESS MAKEE, MIHTABO, 1 Has always in stock a large assortment of English and Colonial Saddlery of every de scription, which he sells at remarkab y low price?. Persons intending to purchase would do well to call and see for themselves ; and E. W. guarantees to give satisfactions - pi AND O. BECKMANN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS AND SAUSAGE MAKERS. J. M o C A U...
AUBURN. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
AUBURN. February 9. I Wheat, 4s 3d per buehel; flour, 25s per bag; bran, le 4d per bushel; pollard, 1b 4d per bushel; chaff, £5 per ton; oate, 5s Od per bushelj crushed barley, 4a 6d per bushel; bread, 3d per 21b loaf; beef, 5d to 6d per lbj mutton, 2d to 3d per lb.; potatoes, 8s Od; onions, 2d per lb j butter, scarce j bacon, 8d per lb. Trade is rather slack on account of the wheat coming so slowly into the markets.
COMMERCIAL. CLARE. "Northern Argus," office, Thursday, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
COMMERCIAL. CIJ &.&£!. " Northern Argus,1' office, Thursday, February 10. Wheat, 4s 4d to 4s 5d Flour, £11 10s per ton of 2000 lba Bran, Is 2d per bushel Pollard, Is 3d per bushel Chaflj £4 10s Freeh butter Is 8d per lb Potted butter, Is 3d Eggs, 8d per doz Bacon, 8d per lb Ham, lOd Chee&e, colonial, Is Potatoes, 9s per cwt.
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
CLARE CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9. Present-The Mayor, and Councillors Powell, Treleavcn, and Fels. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Destitute Board, Adelaide, refused to remove Mr. and Mrs. M'Askill to the Adelaide Hospital. A letter was received from the Destitute Board, stating that theyVould allow £10 for surgical attendance on the destitute poor within the Corporation boundary. The Clerk reported serving notices on Mr. Victorsen and the butchers. Councillor Powell proposed'that Mr. Charles Mann be retained as the solicitor for the Cor poration, the firm o? Belt & Mann being dia solved. Councillor Fels seconded the proposition. Carried. Councillor Powell proposed that the Clerk send full particulars to Mr. Mann, in reference to the road next to Mr. Victorsen's, and obtain his opinion on the matter. Mr. E. Bcckmanh applied for a licence to slaughter small cattle in suitable buildings on his premises. Councillor Powell said it would be better to l...
POLICE COURT—AUBURN. SATURDAY, FEB. 5. (Before Messrs. John Varley, S.M., George Field, J.P., and F. Macnamara, J.P."] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
POLICE COURT-AUBURN. SATURDAY, FEB. 5. (Before Messrs. John Varley, S.M., George Field, JVP., and F. Macnamara, J.P."] Gibson v. Yandaleer.-Claim under the Mas* tera and Servants Act for £4 18B, wage#. An order was made for £4 3s and costs. Police v. Chancellor.-Selling beer without a valid licence. The defendant pleaded guilty, and. waif} fined £10 and costs. Chancellor y. Trinidad.-Assault.-In this case the infoimant, who resides at Hojleton, complained of being ill-treated, but from the evidence it appeals that the complainant had a pair of fire tongs, and the defendant the broom stick to "do battlehowever, the complainant received a blow on the hand in the quarrel, hence the complaint. His Worship thought one as bad as the other, and dismissed the information. Edwards v. Commissioner of Railways. This was a question of disputed compensation under the Land Clauses Consolidation Act. The case was adjourned by consent till next Court day. MONDAY, FEB. 7. (Before Messrs. John Varley...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [From the Register.] Sydney, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [From the Register^ Sydney, February 5. By the arrival of the Bayonnaire, with flour, from California, telegraphic advices to Pecem-. ber 16 have been received. The following are the chief items: GREAT BRITAIN. The Rinderpest broke out at the Show of the Royal Agricultural Society in London, causing great alarm. Rates in the wheat market are lower. The Government have decided to piece Tip perary and Londonderry under martial law. The troopB stationed in Ireland are being increased by 30,000.
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Argus — 11 February 1870
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. We (Argus) have Nelson papers to the 19th, Wellington to the 20th, Invercargill and Lyt telton to the 22nd, and Duoedin to the 24th ultimo. According to the latest advices from Tapapa, Te Kooti had offered to surrender himself on condition that he was not molested. The Government very properly refused to accept an offer accompanied by such a condition; This intelligence, which appears to be true must be taken as an indication that Te Kooti' position is not by any means so good as it hat latterly been represented. It is scarcely to b&lt; supposed that he would offer to surrender if b still possessed the means of carrying on th war, more especially with the countenance c the Waikatos. The fact appears to be that hf is now so closely hemmed in as to have littk chance of escape. He is encamped within a few miles of Tauranga. Our forces are rapidly advancing upon him from different directions, and as they are greatly superior-in point o number at least-any...