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INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. (From our Special Reporter. 1 T ? ; ? ' VIOTOBIA. ' -: .The commercial news of the past week has been, devoid of anything like special activity. The mail news has not had that effect upon our market which was looked for, the decrease in shipments having been met to a certain -extent by a diminution in the enquiry in this market. The unsettled state of affaiis during a general election, coupled, with the fact that so large a sum of money, due to civil servants and other public creditors remains locked up in the Trea sury, is 'quite sufficient to account for the con' tinned dulness in the import markets. It is to be hoped, however, that when Parliament meets ttaain. mutual concessions on the oart of the two Houses cf the Legislature will release the public purse-strings, and that Government payments will resume their former punctuality. This i must have a beneficial effect upon busi ness generally. Breadstuffs maintain their position. ..Holders are uncommonly...

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CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

CUSTOMS RETURNS. Abstract return of Customs receipts for the week ended Saturday, February 15, 1S68 : — Port Adelaidfrr Spirits :... ...: ...£617 18 1 Tobacco and cigars... : ... 206 .. 3. .6 MiscellaneouB-f'ixed duties 760 26 Ad'valoremHft.-'- ... 537.18 6 Outports— ~'* :-_-,- Port Angusta ? 29 11 7 PortWaliardo ... ... 7 16 3 ?'- Port Willunga ... ... 0 2 9 Port Caroline ... ... 10 0 0 Adelaide- ... ... ... 729 9 11 : ? . ;. £2;899 3 1

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

NEW SOUTH WALES. Svdnev. Februarv 15. The Government have proclaimed the Act for prohibiting importation of sheep from Queensland suspended for six months. The importation of sheep from Victoria, except seawise, is prohibited during the same period. Arrived— Stranger, from Java, with sugar : Pet, front Adelaide, with bread stuffs. The Australian Steam Navigation Com pany's shares have advanced to £13 10s. It is raining. Arrived — Tararua, from Wellington, with news to the lOth^inst. Sydney, February 17. The schooner Clutha, of Melbourne went ashore at Newcastle this morning. The weather is stormy and rainy. There have been no arrivals or depar tures since Friday afternoon. There are many vessels out along the coast, and casualties are feared. There are floods in the Hunter and Hawkesbury districts. The Government have sent boats to Windsor to help the sufferers. The Governor and Secretary for Works visited Windsor this afternoon. The Hunter district is only partially flooded. The Pa...

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TASMANIA. (Launceston via Melbourne.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

TASMANIA. FLaunceston via Melbourne.! Heavy rain all Tuesday. The races were postponed till Wednesday, which day commenced cold and wet. MAIDESS. Saucy Dick ... ... ... 1 TWO-YEAR OLD STAKES. Bonnet ... ... ... 1 Flying Dutchman ... ... 2 CHAMPION CUP. Six started, and there was a capital race, won by a length. Fireworks ? 1 Tim Whiffier.., ... ... 2 Strop ? ... 3 Barb ... ... ... ... 4 Time, 5.48. OPEN HANDICAP. Alarm... ... ... ... 1 TAVERN PLATE. Alarm... ... ... ... 1

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SWEARING IN OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

SWEARING IN OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. TTib Excellency Lieutenant-Colonel Hamley took the usual oaths in the Governor's Boom, Government Buildings, on Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. As it was necessary that this ceremony should be done in public, a portion of the public, represented by members of both Houses of Legislature, the Lord Bishop of Ade laide, and other influential citizens were present. Precisely at 4 o'clock the members of the Executive Council in uniform, attended by the Clerk, Mr. Peering, also in uniform, entered the room, and took, their, places' at the Council jiiuMju, -M«j vui«i tsocreuuy occupying xue cnair. The Clerk then announced the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Wearing, who wore their offi cial robe. Immediately after His Excellency Colonel Hamley made his appearance; and was received by. the members of the Executive Council and the Judges standing. The Chief Justice railed upon the Clerk to read- the Commission held by the late Sir. D. Daly, which was a lengthy...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS VICTORIA. Melbourne, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

'PITT TT/^ W A 'PfiTT/'* Nrir\7ETQ [From Messrs. Grevflle & Co. (Router's Agents) to S. At Advertiser.] , VICTORIA., Melbourne, February 15. There have been sales of Victorian flour at £15 5s. to £15 10s. Off the Otway^-Wellesley, ship, from Ik»ndon. . ? . : Clarke, junior, is committed for trial for shooting with intent at the Protestant flail on the night of ;the Orange riot A pistol found in the Hall is proved to have been borrowed by him on the night of the outrage. A boy, nine years of age, was killed to day at the Ballarat Railway Station. His head was smashed between the buffers of the carriages. There is a heavy gale to the eastward. About 800 tons of flour and 20,000 to 30,000 bushels of wheat have been bought on Adelaide account. Prices have not transpired. . ~ ?. Melbourne, February 17*v The Rangatira arrived yesterday. The brig Wave, which was reported to have been beached 'near Newcastle, has arrived safely here. ''.'-' The elections are engrossing consider able...

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LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. A public meeting in connection with the South Australian Auxiliary to the London Mis sionary Society was held in the Stow Memorial Church, on Wednesday evening, February 19. There was a large attendance, and Mr. B. A. Tarlton presided. The proceedings having been opened by singing and prayer, . The Chaibiian made a few appropriate open ing remarks, in which he spoke of the success which .had attended Christian Missions generally during the past 50 years, and said in his. opinion he thought the Missions had done as much as any rational human being had a right to expect. He urged, in forcible and graceful language, 4-ltn olnima t\f 4-Tia lU^aci/maY^r nnnn f.TiAm anil asked them to lend a willing ear to what the Bev. Mr. Macfarlane would tell them. The Bev. F. W. Cox next briefly addressed the meeting. After referring to the decease of His Excellency Sir Dominick Daly, he spoke a few wordB of welcome to the Bev. Mr. Macfarlane, who should be, he said, welcome...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Via Sydney.] Wellington, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

NEW -ZEALAND. [Via Sydney.] ' Wellington, February 10. Governor Bowen landed on the 4th, and was well received. There have been serious floods in the Middle Island ; 1,000 sheep, bridges, and quantities of timber were carried away. Part of Christchurch was under water. Shocks of an earthquake were felt at Wellington. The Panama Company have decided to run their steamers through te and from Colon and Southampton.

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VICTORIA. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

VICTORIA. rSWtm nnr Mnlhnnrna P,orrpJinf-ndfiTit..l Februarv 18. It must be satisfactory to you to find that your South Australian bonds went off freely in London and at such comparatively high rates. You would have been made acquainted with the fact a month sooner but for the circum stance that the Indo-European wire was 'work- ing so badly at the time. A late telegram was sent by Reuter to Greville & Company (as is his monthly custom) to catch the mail steamer at Galle, and the first item in it was the placing of your bonds. Unfor tunately, however, the steamer sailed from , Galle before the arrival there of the tale gram, and its cost was consequently thrown away, for it only arrived by this month's steamer. This eccentric telegraph line, after earning our applause two or three months ago, has relapsed into a sulky and impracticable mood, and instead of our telegrams reaching London in one or two . days, many of those dispatched hence on the 28th November, and from Galle ...

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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

LABOR MARKET. Quotation of rates of wages, by W. R. Hunt, of the Labor Office, King William-street : — Domestic Servants — At per week, 'with board and lodging. — Housekeepers, 10s to 12s ; cooks, professed, 10s to 12s; housemaids, 8s to 10s* laundresses, 9s to 10s ; kitchenmaids, 8s to 9s ; upper nurses, 8s to 9s ; nursemaids, 6s to 7s ; nursegirls, 2s6dto 5s ; general servants, 6s to 9s. Dairy Servants — At per week with board and lodging. — Milkmen, 14s to 20s ; dairymaids, : 8s to 9s ; married couples, man and wife both em ployed in dairy, 20s to 25s ; extra good butter and cheese makers, women, 9s to 10s. r ? ? ?: Hotel Servants— At per week with board and lodging. — Barmen, 15s- to 20s ; barmaids, 10s to 12s; Boots, men, 14s to 16s; do youths, 10s to 12s ; cooks, men, 20s to 30s ; do, women, 12s to 14s ; housemaids, 9s to 10s ; kitchenmaids, 9s to 10s; laundresses,: 10s to 12b ; ostlers, mea,15s to 20s ; do, youths, 10s to 12s ; knife-boys, 8s to 10s. Farm ServantSr-^-At per w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

VALUABLE FJBBEHOtJ-S IN AND NEAB :??.-. To Capitalists, Speculators, and Others. . qiOWNSEISD, BOjPTI^G, & KAT X. ara favored vritb instructions from Mr. James Stobie to Bell |-y auction, at Crasefe Assembly Boom, KapruiSa, -on Thursday, Feb Tnary27, atl^tfclbck^ The following VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES^- . ?/??? ;,- -vLptl.;-. ?? : .????? ? ? '. Allotments 10, il,aud 12, of Blocks 24 and 25, ' KAPUNDA, having 77$ feet frontage to MATN-STREET, by ; S2J . feet Tx- JFQKD STREET. 'thithislo't ate erected three sub stantial SHOPS,: one of which, iwith three rooms, is let to Mr. C. Morgan, painter ; and ohej withljakehouse, large shed,; and cellar, .to Mr. Henry Smith. These two bring in a rental of J8110 Ms. a year. The.aiirdshopiBunlet. This property =w!ll be offered in «he or more lots. ?- ?' ?' ?'-? = ? '? ' '''?'? '' '?' ? '?' ; ''' '' - ?: ' . - - -I«t-2r .;???- All that excellent Allotment, being No 9,. haying 52 feet frontage to JffAlN STREET, by 210 feet in deplfi, on ...

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KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

KAPUKDA, {From the Kapunda Herald of February 2L ] On Tuesday evening shortly before 8 o'clock, a slight shock. of earthquake was felt in Ka punda by a number pf persons, whilst many others knew nothing of it until the circum stance was mentioned, when they remembered hearing a. rumbling noise at the time specified. We ourselves were put. of doors at the time, and heard the noise, but did not take any par ticular notice of it ; but we have been credibly informed by several persons that the windows of their houses were audibly shaken, frighten ing the inmates ; in one instance the children who had just been put to bed jumped up was irather low, . and slowly falling.; on the following morning it was again rising, but Mr. Darwin did not feel the shock alluded to, and consequently did not particularly watch the barometer at that time. A deputation waited on Mr. James White on Wednesday evening to request that gentleman to allow- himself to be -put in nomination for the District of Light...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

qpHE AUSTRALASIAN INSTJ JL RANGE COMPANY, FIRE AND MARINE. . ESTABLISHED 1857. Subscribed Capital, £500,000. Paid-up Capital, Fire and Marine, £100,000. eserved Fund, £70,000. MARINE RISKS taken at reduced rates *nd Policies ssued in Adelaide. - CLAIMS promptly settled, and paid eithei In the Colonies,' England, India, China, Th* Mauritius, &c FIRE RISKS taken at current rates, and Losses at onoe adjusted. PERCY WELLS, Agent, 1, Register Chambers. C. L. DUBOIS, Broker, Green's Exchange and Imperial Chambers. dxo T IVERPOOL AND LONDON JLJ AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital — Two Millions. RISKS accepted at the REDUCED RATES. Claims promptly settled in the Colony, mwfxc F. J. BECK & CO., Afrents. 'HHE ADELAIDE LIFE ASS13 JL RANGE AND GUARANTEE COM PANY. Incorporated rv Act of Parliament. Capital, £100,000. iDrBEOTOBS: Hot. W. Milne, Chairman. : E. M.' Bagot, Esq. | Hon. Jno. HodgM J. Coltun, Esq., I M.L.C. M.P. J Hon. G. S. Kingston, ftxo .JNO. BROWN, Manager. QOUTH ...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

ELECTION MEETING. The meeting then proceeded to consider the question of who were the most fit and proper persons to represent the district in the next Parliament. It was stated that Messrs. Colton and Carr would stand again ; and a letter was also read from Mr. C. H. T. Connor, offering his services. A proposition was moved, seconded, and carried, that the Chairman was. a fit and proper person to be their representative.^. The Chairman, however, thanked the meeting for the compliment paid to him, but declined to HiAbiiu, as iic xiau. au hiuuil uusuicaa vu abbcuu %u. It was also mentioned that Mr. R. C. Baker, son of the Hon. John Baker, was desirous of aspiring to legislative honors, and ultimately it was resolved to call a public meeting at a future day, to which the present members and any other candidates should be invited. A vote of thanks was then unanimously passed to the Chairman, and acknowledged ' by Man, ' after which a vote of thanks' : was accorded to the press, which w...

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SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, February 22. mans will De cuspatcnea as under — For Great Britain and Continent of Europe, Mediterranean Ports, North and South America, Cape of Good Hope and African Colonies, Mauritius, India, China, and Western Australia, by the Contract Packet to Point de Galle, Tues day, March 3, as under : — For newspapers, at 9 a.m. ; or, summaries: specially prepared for transmission by this mail, and posted by pub lishers, for Great Britain only, at 11 a.m. ; for letters, at U a.m. ; supplementary mail for letters on which a late fee of 6d- has been paid, at 1L50 a.m. at General Post-Office; and with a late fee of 9d. at Railway Station, at 12 noon. Money orders for transmission by this mail should be ob tained before 3 p.m. on Monday,. March 2 ; orders may, however, he obtained at the Chief Office from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., on Tuesday, March 3, upon payment of double -the ordinary rates of commission. For Great Britain, by the Alwynton, to ...

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FORWARDING OF PUBLIC WORKS. MEETING AT WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

FORWARDING OF PUBLIC WORKS. MEETING AT WILLUNGA. A public meeting of the inhabitants of Wil lunga was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Wil lunga, on Thursday evening, February 20, for the purpose of discussing the propriety of re questing the Government to press forward public works in this district, which, by employ ing surplus labor, would, tend to alleviate the distress caused by the failure of the harvest, and for other purposes. The meeting was ad vertised for 7 o'clock, but it was after 8 o'clock before the business commenced, at which time about 70 persons were in attendance. Mr. Thos. Atkinson, Chairman of the Wfllunga District Council, was called upon to preside. The Chairman onened the proceedings by read ing the requisition convening the meeting. He remarked that they were all aware that the harvest had failed, and unless the Government did something to relieve, the present distress he did not know what would become of the farmers. Mr. Coestoephan moved — :'That in conse que...

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ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. Ba-iks. £ £ B. £ s. £ s. Bank of Adelaide 5 50,000 4 0 4 11 _ National A.R.... 5 135000 4 0 6 1 5 18 Do.,M.Ii. ... - — — 6 1 518 Insurances Adelaide Life ... 5 20,000 0 10 0 10 0 10 Adelaide Marine 10 25,500 2 0 2 0 — Equitable Fire... -5 4,000 10 15 15 National Marine 20 12,500 0 15 0 18 0 17£ S. A. Insur. O.L 1 27,000 1 0 110 18' Ditto, N.L ... 1 23,000 0 8£ 0 10£ 0 10J Mining. Burra Burra ... 5 2,464 5 0 35 0 — Challa ? 2 5,00r 0 6 0 5 — Daly & Stanley 2 4,800 0 10 0 16 0 12i Euko ? 5 4,800 0 13 0 10 0 10 Cmnntoo (New) 6 5,000 10 10 10 Karkarilla ... — 4,000 2 0 10 — Matta ? 5 8,000 5 0 4 0 — Moonta ... ... — 3,200 — 131 0 130 Murninnie ... 5 6,000 6 0 10 — National G.M.C. 2 5,000 15 10 12i New Cornwall ... 4 12,500 2 8 — — North Yelta ... 5 5,400 0 2j I 10 — Paramatta ... 2 5,000 0 5 2 10 2 5 Poona ? — 5,000 0 9 0 10 0 10 P. Alfred G. Co. 1 4,200 0 6 15 15 Spring Creek ... 5 15,000 1 0 0 10 — Talisker ? 10 3,000 4 10 — — W. Kanmantoo 5 '2,04? 1 10 10...

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MEETING AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

MEETING AT THE PORT. A public meeting in connection with the South Australian Auxiliary to the London ' Missionary Society, was held in the Presbyterian Church, Fort Adelaide, on Thursday evening, February 20. There was not a large attendance, The proceedings commenced at 8 o'clock, by the Mayor (J. M. Sinclair), being voted to the chair. He expressed much plasure in presiding over the meeting, and considered that South Aus tralia should cordially support missionaries, especially as the work of the Society was o quite an tmsectarian character, in 'proof of ?which he referred to .the several ministers of different denominations who were then present, and who would address - them on the subject. The Ber. Mr. Henderson.- -then gave out the 925th Congregational hymn ; after whi-;h, the Rev. J. Price engaged in a very beautiful prayer appropriate to the occasion. xne tiev. sax. jhendebson, beiore moving tfie .'first resolution, explained that he was sorry that - he had been unable to giv...

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

SOLAR AND LTJNAB CAUENDAB FOB FEBRUAEY, 1868. (Oompiled specially for this Paper.) Phases op thk Moon. First Quarter - ... 2nd day, 3h. 30m. a.m Full Moon ... ;.. 8th day, 6b, 49m. p.m. Last Quarter... ...15th day, 6k 31m. p^m. Hew Moon ... ? 23rd day, llh. 34m. p.m. Davs. ?un Sun Moon Moon ija7a- rises. sets. rises. sets. A.M. P.l£ A.M. P.M. 1 5.24 7.4 11.52 11,23 i 2 5.25 7.3 p.m.0.54 a,m. 3 5.26 7.2 L57 0.4 4 5.27 7.1 3.2 0.50 5 5.28 7.0 4,5 1.42 6 5.29 6.59 5i7 2.41 7 5.30 6.58 6.3 3.46 8 5.31 6.57 6.54 4.54 9 5.32 6.56 7.39 6:5 10 5.33 fi.55 8.20 7.14 11 5.34 6.54 9.0 8.23 12 5.35 6.53 9.37 9.27 13 5.36 6.52 10.13 10.29 14 5.37 6.51 10.51 1L30 15 5.38 6.50 UL29 p.m.0.28 16 5.39 6.49 a.m. L23 17 5.40 6.48 0.9 2.16 18 5.41 6.47 0.53 3.8 19 5.42 6.46 1.39 3.55 20 5.43 6.45 2.28 4.40 21 5.44 6.44 3.21 .5.20 22 5.45 &43 4.13 5:59 , 23 5.46 6.42 5.6 6.35 24 5.47 6.41 6.1 7.8 25 5.47 ' &39 6.57 7.41 26 5,48 6.38 7.53, 8X5 27 5,49 6.37 8.47 8.49 28 5.50 &36 &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

BIRTHS, MA.KBIAGES. AND DEATHS. :./' ~ ? r-t ? — ' - ?' „ ? BIRTHS. WABNCKEN.— On the 15th February, at Freeman-street, the wife of Anton 'Warncken, butcher, of a daughter. ; NEWMAN.— On ihe 15th February, at Jeffeott-street, North Adelaide, the wife of Mr. George Newman, of a son. :.'? -, SOOTT. — On Monday, 17th Febrnary, at Archer-street, North Adelaide, Mrs. 'William Scott, of a daughter. : ; MANNINGTON.— rOn the 12th February,; at Kapunda, the wife of L Mannington, jun.,' of a son. ; ' ' ? ' STRONGMAN.— On the 19th February, at Bedbanks, the wife of Mr. D. J. Strongman, of a daughter. Both doing well. ' : ' LAWSON.— On the 16th February, at Blyttfs Plains, Mrs. Edward Laweon, jun., of a daughter. ....????; ? : MAETIN.— On the 16th February, Mrs. C. Martin, of Steelton, of a son. MARRIED. ; DIAMOND— GOLDNEY.— On the 15th Feb ruary, at St. Luke's Church, by the Rey. James Pollitt, Arthur James Diamond, to 3311eri Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr. F. Goldney, of Start-street LAWBBNGE...

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