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ALEXANDRINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

ALEXANDBINA. February 15.— Present— All, but Mr. Gates. Mr. Hemmingway to sign by next meeting, acceptance of Clayton Jetty on conditions stated February 1. Mr. Martin reported re pairs completed to Martin's Jetty. All rate defaulters to be summoned before nert. meet ing. Four tenders received for metalling Ceme tery-road. . Mr. Joaiah Lloyd's accepted at £4 12s. 6d. per chain. From Mr. Bishop relative to stumps in road between Sections 74 and 75, and offering to take them up for £5. Mr. Pavy to inspect »aid road and see how much requires clearing in this district;, and what the pzobRfeb ebsfi If found neoeewty the work ? w ? to be done, provided that the Bremer District Council clears their portion of the road. Letter from Mr. Allporfe, teacher of Maccles field School, relative to school at Point Sturt Mr. Turner to consult with parents, and reply thereto. Letter from Crown Lands Office, re lative to grants in. aid. To be attended to. Mr. Pavy; to be empowered to treat with Mr. Llo...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

SHIPPING NEWS, ? ? - — ? — : ? : ? /;? ARRIVED. SiHJBDAY, FEBBUABY 22. ? ROYAL SHEPHERD, steamer, 244 tons, H. 'Ward, master, from Fort Lincoln and Port Augusta. Passengers-^-Miss Hanson, Miss Wil liams, Messrs. Hannowski, Fiveash, and Jones in the cabin, and 14 lathe steerage. Cargo — 447 casks tallow, 124 bundles skins, J. Stilling and Co. KANGAROO, steamer, 180 tons, James Gordon, master, from Wallaroo. ANALGISTA, schooner, 30 tons, John McLeod, master, from Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, and Gape Jervis. SWALLOW*, cutter, 40 tons, James Lewis, master, from Port Carolina -, SUNDAY, FeBBUABY 23. AMELIA, schooner* 40 tons, Osborne, master, from Port Lincoln and Tumby Bay. OMEO, schooner, 40 tons, A. Beid, master, trout Yorke's Peninsula. : YOUNG CHIEF, cutter, 15 tons, George McKay, master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo Wheat ? -'-- MATB3LDE, cutter, 15 tons, Myhinn, master, from Port Wakefield, Cargo — Wheat. Monday, Febbuaby24. CAMILLA, brigantine, 191 tons, B. 'White, ; mastei, from . Hoba...

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MARINE BOARD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

MARINE BOARD. Monday. Febrttarv 24. Present— The President and all the Wardens. A Treasury minute was received approving of repayment of harbor dues on steamers and vessels as applied for by Messrs. John Newman and Son. Read, President's report on Parlia mentary Paper No. 197 of 1867. relative to alleged erroneous surveys of St. Vincent's Gulf. Approved ; Secretary instructed to' forward the same to the Hon. the Treasurer. A letter was received from Mr. G. S. Read, complaining that the sum of £5 charged by Mr. Tait for the survey of the steamer Queen was excessive. The Board considered that Mr. Tait was not entitled to more than £2 10s., viz., £1 10s. for surveying, and two days' expenses £1. A letter was received from C. A. Brown, second keeper of the Port Adelaide Light-hip, sending in his resignation. Accepted. The report of the Foieman of 'Works was read, wherein it was stated that No. 1 dredge had raised from the inner bar during the week 598 tons limestone crust, and No. 2 dre...

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EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

EXPORTS OF COLONIAL : PRODUCE. : Return of all wheat, flour, bread, and grain, the produce of South Australia, exported during the week ended Saturday, February 22; 1868:— Port Adelaide — : Wheat ... ... -.. ...1,727 qrs. Flour ... ... ... ... 53-i tons. Bran and pollard ? 22 tons. Goolwa— k Wheat ... ... ? 3 qrs.; Flour ... ? 3 tons. Port MacDoimell— : ; : Wheat .... ? ... 251 qrs. ' Milang — J ? Flour ... ? 5 tons. ..?'.?- r Total. ._..-? Wheat ... ? ...1,981 qrs. Flour ... ... ... ... 61| tons. Bran and pollard ... ... 22 tons.

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COMMERCIAL. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

COMMERCIAL. ? ? ♦ ? . ? WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, ' Friday evening, February 28. General Merchandise. — We have no im provement to note in the import market during the week. Business operations continue to be characterised by great caution, ta& the sales effected, have been on a limited scale. r Shake Market.— The share market has been a little bris erthis week than the last. Some 4arge parcels of Adelaide Marines have changed hands at 40s. ; Bank of Adelaides, at £4 10s. ; National Banks, at £6 Is. ; Moontas, at £125 ; Paramattas, at £2 2s. The following is a summary of traffic on the South Australian Railways for -the. week end ing February 22 1— Port line -—^Passengers, £256 7s. :4d. ;MOote, £226 16s. lid. ; totaL £483 4s. 3d. North Line— Passengers, £389 Ws. 5d.j goods, £1,385 i4s.'4d. ; totaL £1,775 10s. 9d. Grand totaL 1S,:258 15s. vZ.-Jb ,v--i Cobb:. fteaike.— The' bijeadstuffs^arket is rather unsettled, buyers prefeiting~'to wait to see the ef...

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. Return of passengers, inwards and; outwards at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Satur day, February 22, 1868 :-^ . Inwabds. — Male adults, 26; female adults, 11 ; male children, 2; female children, 3. ; Outwabdb.— Male adults, 62 ; female adults, 13 ; male children, 7 ; female children, 4.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

TipijEGRAFHip 'JNTB W«J ? [From Messrs. GrevOIe&Go. {neuter's Agents) yiOTOJBIA. . ; i Melbourne, February 22. Messrs. House :& Co. report business in the breadstufls market as important. Quotations :— -Victorian flour, £16 ; on terms, £16 10s. jjBbr small parcels of .old wheat, 7s. ; new5 -6s. 6d. to 6s. 9d. Another report gives: ' higher prices, with active demand. : ; ?', Wheat coming slowly forward. ; Melbourne, JFebruary 24. '. Whelari has been found guilty and seni! tenced to death. By mutual consent the Protestant Hall case is postponed till next sessions. ' The Secretary of St. Patrick's Society was buried to-day. The funeral was a large one. ' Small lots of flour have been disposed of at £16 10s. on short terms. Holders ask £17* No wheat is offering, and 7s. would be given for anything good. A fair amount of business has been done in teas at full prices. Three hundred packages of congous were sold at Is. 8d. to 2s. Business generally is quiet and steady. Mel...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

NEW SOUTH WALES. ? Sydney, February 24. The flooded rivers are subsiding. Sydney, February 25. An atrocious crime has been com mitted on a boy near Windsor, who was afterwards murdered and thrown into a waterhole. A man has been arrested on suspicion. The Meat Committee are active. Sydney, February 26. In the Assembly, Lee struckMacpherson in the face for calling him a miserable hanger-on of Government. Strangers were then excluded, and a violent debate ensued. Lee, on entering the Library during the continuance of the debate, was immediately attacked by Macpherson with a large whip. A scuffle followed ; the friends of the combatants separated them, and the House adjourned in con fusion till to-morrow. Legal proceedings are threatened against Macpherson for the library assault. The Council of Education has engaged T, P. Hill to instruct pupil teachers. The Bank of New South Wales is ne gotiating through the Rothschilds for a railway loan of £1,000,000. .A'corroboree is fixed for 11t...

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WASTE LANDS REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

WASTE LOTDSSEGIJLATIGNS. The Act No. 21 of 1867,. for amending the laws relating torthe; leasing of 'Crpwn. lands in certain distripts --f the colony; gave power to ffis Excellency the Gover nor-in-Chief, with the advice and consent of ?; the Executive I Cpuncii, to make reeu- ; lations for the leasing of such lands. These regulations have been ah^ady. pub- lished in the -Gotjcmmcntixazette, and we now propose giving a popnlar : summary «f_ them for /the '.; information of our readers who are interested in the subject. It will be understood first of all that the lands referred: to are -those included in the ^districts A, B, and d, the ?boun- daries of which are sefj; forHi with due prolixity in ihe first schedule to Act 21. They embrace a large 'tiract of cbuntay lying northward of the more settled dis tricts of the -colony, where rain falls with uncertainty, and squatting is .understood to be pirrsued - under circumstances of considerable difficulty. ; Within the dis tricts A, B, a...

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THE "BUNYIP" LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE y BUNYIP' LIBEL CASE; The Register appears to think that the libel action brought by Mr. Bright against the JBiinyip wSl be the last of the kind in thiscolonyv Well,..it maybe, or may not be— ^as our contemporary himself, would say; but we really do not see that the vierduSt. m faypr of Mr. Barnet secures unUmited licenceVto the.press,. :fpr all tune, to come. It would not jiave, teeri : fair to have commented on a case .of this nature whilst sw& judicei but /we really rieyer expected any other Trerdict than the one .given. No .matter how severe or harsh may be the comments of a public journal^ no matter how illogical or unfounded may be its inferences and deductions ; if these comments, inferences, and deductions axefowivded on facts, juries will, in nine cases out of ten, look chiefly at the facts and ignore the comments. Therefore, whether there is, or is not- to be another prosecution for libel in South Australia will principally depend upon the question of fact or n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

OUE SUMMARY FOR ENGLA2JD,; ', Oar Summary, for England will be pub lished op Monday. It will . contiaaB. a full . and accurate report of the late ^Governor's : fiiaeral, with other topics of special ipte-' test to home readers. -*-....

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THE Chronicle and Mail. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868. RED RUST AND ITS LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

. : ? '..-.''???:' .'.'-''. THE ':' \ ''':-: ??;-:! , «ATURI)ATS SUBRUajRT ^, i8G8. iEI- KTJST A2STP TT§ TUESSOJ^S. ,33ie red rust is beginning to produce its iiaturataeffect in^the rain, of ijttc-hard-:.. working farmers, of whom a small stream tjBoen jve fear to expand into, a volume) 6as; bejguii^o- triclde through. i3ie;'la^ol- : ? vent Court. These poor husbandmen Tpj31 sot, lioweyer, be alone in their «of-^ ferings. : 'A ^depressed agricnitural int^; rest ;means~va depressed labor market ; ruiijeH farmers: necessarily signify ; men i out ;of wori£,: or dependent upon ihe^ Government for employment. This%taie of things cannot last for^fever^: Ttere? would be reomething anomalous in the » idea of a community in-which iihelabbrers and the classes, jusjb; above iliem should depend permanently upon the public purse for the means of subsistence. Vlf the next harvest be a good one, -and- if there should be a inarlcet for our wlieat, ; we may yet recover our position, .but we ; ciught...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

?m\ GQltRESPONDENTS. Tffds.'O'DM'iSD OmEBS (Knkerton Plains). — We ;sb^^;feppy ? fc^r*& we can in the j matter, whetHer'c%accessful or TCCsqBnassful. ? j Am-B.-i^»iWiyjDne yeaiB.: ; - -~\ Foitbeai, VfflBBES.— ^We beg our feiends not to send us any more Tines on ihe death' of our late Governor. The solemn dignity of : the occasion will be best promoted thereby. - - ? : ; The GovEBNOB'a Fonbrai,.— W«^*nd J0ao.t the naine u$^Si.-Wi JSverard- M.P,,' was omitted from-onr list «f 'members of *3ie House of Assembly. ; W* believe that there were very few; errors --or- omissions 'in. bur -Teport-; but1'- should any have been detected we shall feel obliged by, being informed, as ive intend to re produce ~in our next Summary everything 'relat- ; ing to-tne decease and interment of our late beloved«Governor. ; -?.«'. ??:?-?':..'':.:?'?? r'i^V:*: u-'H ? -i J.! rib^P.IMrr-mm2K.— By the Amending Act I of. 1866-7, ^Hie Governor's salary ?was ifoced*t 1 £5,-000 per annum ; but - prior: to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE ELEGTIONS : COtJITOY . PISTBIGTS. y Candidates for Pmiiament, ' JElectiwi, Agents, and the -3oivdituendesgener-itlly; are informed ikect every descriptioii of Electimi Printing nxin ~he:hdd ~at^ ^h^j[}ffhses of the . Advertiser? and Chronicle o» the^Yriost favorable terms ; and executed in a manner ipkichwiil not faUio give '^effect Uga&isfafr tion,: _^ '?-''_??_. ';_ \ ';'? -?. .'-: y!- ???-':? ' .: '? '-'?'*[

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, February 25. On Monday the Duke landed with great eclat.

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GOOLWA. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

GOOLWA. [Prom our own Correspondent. I February 27. Amalgamated Southern Races : — Maidens.— Mr. * Maidment's chesnut mare Chance. i Association Plate.— ^Mr. Davison's bay gelding* Cockey. Hacks. —Mr. J. Dodd's black gelding Unity. The racing was first-class. February 28. Ladies' Pxtesb. — Mr. John Varcoe's Billy Button. Hubbies. — Mr. Davison's M.D. Beaten Stakes. — Mr. SmaUacombe's Bones. Hubby Skubbt.— Mr. Laffin's Stone wall Jackson.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

NEW ZEALAND. (Via Melbourne.] There have been terrible storms in New Zealand. The Echunga, the ship Star of Tasmania, and the steamer were wrecked. The rainfall preceding the floods exceeded anything previously known. . , [VIA SYDNEY.] Auckland, February 12. There have been disastrous storms and floods in the province and on the coast of Canterbury. Twenty persons have been drowned ; houses, bridges, a. flour mill, and property of all descriptions have been swept away at Dunedin. There have been several wrecks at the Jetty and boats destroyed. (Viit Melbourne, February 28.] Arrived — Otago, from Dunedin. Business is quiet here.

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TEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

TEATREE GULLY. February 24. — Present— Mr. Percival Gaylard (Chairman), Councillors Joseph Daw, T. D. Harris, and Whitnnore. The reserve let to Mr. Goodall for one year at the rental of £8. Coun cillor Daw reported on the road near Mr. John Coulter's. Thirteen chains of sand to be removed ; tenders to be cal-ed for the same. The tender of Mr. Job Mills accepted for work .near Yatala Vale, at £3 12s. per chain. Mr. Dieker applied for repairs near Modbury and Lady wood ; Coun cillors Daw and Harris to inspect and report next meeting. Resolved that all rate d- f aulters be summoned. Received, £8 ; paid, £10 2s. 6i

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WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

WEST TORRENS. February 25.— Present — All, except Mr. Marjoram. Clerk to lay before the Council number of unclaimed allotments in Theb&rton. Circular from Crown Lands Office with new form for grant in aid of rutcF. Letter from Hindmarsh District Council, asking this Council to subscribe towards the repairs of Taylor's Bridge. Clerk to reply, stating that the funds are appropriated for the current year. Letter from Mr. May, asking for three weeka' extra time to complete his contract ; granted. Clerk reported that Fulham Bridge requires repairs. Deputation of Council to 'inspect the same. Tenders accepted — Carting swamp stone to the West-roaiil, and breaking and blinding the same at Is. 6d. per cubic yard, J. Martin, Building four large culvert walls, finding lime and labor, at 3s. 9d. per yard, G. S. Knight.

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YATALA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

YATALA. February 24. — Present — AIL Memorials for repair of roads from Cross Keys to Grand Junction, and of roads on swamps considered ; ' to be attended to when funds permit. In refer* ence to memorials for appointment of Mr. Gnr ney as Hanger, Council were of opinion that when every man can protect his property, the ; number of Bangers already appointed in this district is sufficient. Chairman reported that a summons had been served on him, requiring him to show cause why the shilling rate should not ., be quashed ; order that counsel be retained to represent the Chairman on the trial.

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