ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: South Australian Chronicle And Wee... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 119,871 items from South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
119,871 results
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [From the Government Gazette, February 27.1 GLENGBOVE, Dashwood's Gully (nearest Post-Office, Dashwood's Gully), George Prewett, Poundkeeper— Ono iron grey mare, about four years old, branded like T3 near shoulder. Jf not claimed, will be sold March 23, 1868, at noon. HINDMARSH, William Brooker, Pound keeper — One bay horse, broken knees, collar and saddle marked, branded JH near shoulder, and like m with J over and H under off shoul der, aned, and poor. If not claimed, will be sold March 2, 1868, at noon, by order of a Justice of the Peace. ? - HOOKINA (nearest Post-Office, Kanyaka), James D. Finn, Poundkeeper — One cnesnufc horse, white face, near fore foot and both hind feet white, branded like L near thigh, ^B off shoulder ; one roan horse, branded JC with CK under near shoulder, like EB with CF off shoulder : one black horse, white face, branded anchor with S over ^ under near shoulder, S near rump, like] ^ over £ with K under off shoulder ; one grey horse, ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

NAIRNE. February 17. — All present. Surveyor re ported Harrogate Bridge progressing satisfac torily, and 'stated that one girder was not exactly in accordance with specification. Authorised to pass it, there being no doubt bridge's strength is not impaired. Councillor Coupar reported having inspected waterholes in Salt Creek, and recommended that those in Sections 336 and 357 be reserved. Clerk to^ apply to Commissioner of Crown Lands on the' subject. Councillors Gale, Hair, and iiorsell reported oh works being undertaken in their wards. Persons working out their rates to have work given them as near their dwellings as cir cumstances will admit, but must be prepared to undertake work when called upon by foreman. Poundkeeper A. Lake, Kanmantoo Pound,. to produce his pound-book at next meeting before his resignation be accepted. Thomas Smith's offer to rebuild footbridge and ford near his place, Bremer Creek, for £30, and keep same in repair so long as he retains his farm, accepted. D...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ONAUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

ONAUNGA. February 22. — Adjourned meeting for the election of Councillors. Mr Gottlob Jaensch in the chair. Messrs. William Brook and William Richardson were duly nominated - to serve as Councillors. On a show of hands being taken, the result was— for Mr. W. Biook 8, for W. Richardson 9. Poll demanded on behalf of Mr. _W. Brook. Proceedings adjourned unto Saturday, the 29th, when election will take place tinder the Ballot Act.

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

STRATHALBYN. February 2L ^-Present— All but Mr. Thomas. Council expressed their deep sympathy with Lady Daly and family in their sudden and painful bereavement, and their sincere regret at the Iosk of so able and good a Governor as was found in the person of Sir Dominick Daly. Poundkeeper's resignation accepted, and Mr. John Tonkin appointed Poundkeeper. Dr. Herbert's me lical report real. Clerk to get metal broken and stacked at New Hamburg. Council to sit as Boad Commissioners 3rd April, and to inspect required repairs at Long Valley on Wednesday next. Hollows to be filled in roads near Limestone HilL Letters re ceived from Commissioner of Crown Lands and Mr. H. Bonnar. Clerk to write to Mr. Ash win. Clerk to get new Poundkeeper gasetted, and apply to have him appointed salesman of im pounded cattle. Receipts, £147 6s. 9d. ; dis bursements, £61 17s.

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STEPNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

STEPNEY. February 14. — All present. Present rate of wages for day laborers to be 5s; 6(1.,' and fora one-horse dray and man 10s. Repairs of Glynde road reported completed, as also stacking of 100 yards or metal, and sundry repairs in Stepney. Letter received from Government, stating that £10 had been apportioned for medical man to attend destitute sick. Constable Medlin at tended respecting remuneration for exercise o: duties; Chairman explained that when con stables attended Police Court they had to apply at time of hearing to the Magistrate for their fees, when tkey would be granted. Balance sheet to 31st December last, audited, was pre sented. Chairman was authorised to apply to Government for grant in aid of rates voted by Parliament. Tenders to be called for removing gravel from Tdrrens by Battams'-road, and to have board erected to forbid its removal without authority. Receipts, £10 14s. ; payments, £68 lls. lid.

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

: ! B&JLWBJi ^ TJius'TABljES.;: i . Ade1^&itoPortt^r.SCKi0i JJLO. li-K ll4b *3o, 5,20, s:«.:-st^aiiB^.«; i.30, a-*-, 5.30: Port5 to Adelaide ^ :f-&*20,10;Qj 12.0, JL30, 2.30, C30, WS,)9-tt^Sn^|B^i^a^/^30;jB.^). ?_-.-,'V-:-' ;NoMCEQ^;SaiLwir; ^l''::. ..'; ; ' . D0WH.SBAXNS. . -, ? , .: Adelaide.......! 7. » J 41.45 4.30 MotHi Adelaide ... 7.4x Ml-49 4.34 JJryGreek:..-. -- ..J. W.2Q I; . . r~- 450 Salislmiy, v.. , '„'.: -,? 7,35* ,12.30 }' 5.5 BmahSBid:.. , ...; ,., fjso; ,ri235 ' 5.20 ; -CkiwIerTqwn .;.^; ^W^f l?^ ,5.40 ..,-.-- ,\= i... -1 =,,U,,rv,'.iGoods-Hniy. ... ... . Gawipr;T-own .,„! £20 ^ .V— 1 ^-50 Freeling ..... ...... J.r«L45. *]„/' '—, ., l. ,'6.15 ., BosewOTthy .,;|;; 9.15 .1 \ — . I S.45 r Kapuada ... : .f,| JJB; j — ,: 1 7.15 i. ;.,:,: :.:- ,'JJP lEAINS.- . , , . . . Kapunda ..-. .,; .„ /.T. fl _jl — „ 4.30, ? ftords^ iia... ., ... ^7.10 , ; — .', =4.40.: Steeling I.. ... 7.30 f .-/.— j, ,5-iQ7- Boseworthy ^-T ' '7^4J8 — 1' 5.18' Sawler ... ~H'~...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR. MARCH, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

SOLAR AKD LUNAE'cAIifeNDAB FO^' ,;? r xFMAfEeH^ 1868. , . ^?;:i {OompuedapeciaHy f or jjfchis Paper.) - ?;.:?;.? .Phases op .-^hr Moon. ...:. ..- ..., First sQuaxier. ,T .„-_ Saddayv '2h. 3m. p.m. Fall Moon -;...;. w.. - SMiday, 5h. 36m. ^m. Last Quarter... ... IGthday, ;0h. 43m. p.m. NewJtfOon .... ... 24rdday; 4k 13m. pan. First Quarter ... Slsjt day, 9h. 40m. p. m. T-aTH. '' ^P*1. ?? 'Son' t 'Moon ' Moon ' ^^%, ? rises. '.' sets. ' rises. ' sets. ^ :''::; A-ir. ? ' p.at: .''\a.m. ' /p.h/ 1 ' . 5.51 6.33 -1L48 . 1OJ36 r 2 5.52 6.32 p:m.0.51 11.84 3 5.53 6:31 1.52 ' ^m; 4 ,? 5.54 - 6,30' 2:53 0.27 ! 5 5.55 .6,29 3.49 :i^S r 6 5.56 6.27 '-':, ^ 4.41 2.32' 7 .5.57 :' 6125 -'?-; , -5.29 3.41 : 8 , 5.58 V&24 i «:11 4.51 9 5.59 6.23 : 6.99 5.57 10 , 6.0 6.2L ? 7.30 7.4 11 ; 6.1 . &191 V 8.8. ' 8.10 12; 6.2 ^.18 8.4S 9:i2 ' 13' . 6.2 ?.'?? 6:16 9^3 10,13^ 14; 6.3 ^6:15 ;10.6 1L11 154' 6.3: 6.14 : 5 10.« '??.' p.nvP.8 :.'? 16 ;?. , 6.4 6.13 vi It34 - 1.1 , 17 '-':' 6.5 , ^...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

BIBTHS, SIAURTAGES. 'IBv. ?: ?;-?.._? . ? - . J-fJDija.JJHC-. ?-??.'?y .- -.-:r s\ '??'?? ?. -' '?? ? .;*.-'-.'.?? -,--;: ..':.'????' -??? -; ? ' ? BTB.TH& l-r-~-- '?-?' ??? -;?? ~ LAWSdN.-^Onthe 16th February, at Blyai\s Plains, rMra ; Edward7 LawBon, ;'/ jtui-i of *C daughter. -?''?' ??? ; '; ?-:'--.* =' =' j.'-.:'-:'.'-'' MAElTN^On % I6fli -February, ^Mrs. C. Martin, of Steel ton, of a soni- .-?? i- ' \ COOKB.— On the 23rd February, at Eegenfr House, Hindley-street, Mra. ? Courtney GookeJ of agon. - -? - '? ;-' - ??-'? ': ??:?:?? - ??? ;''- :^-fc^ COWtEY.— On tie 24ife February, at^trai& street, the wife of J. W. Cowley, of ad&ug|iSert'/ WATT.-i-hi the 23rd Febrdaw, atJ^rra^ street, 'Norwood, Mrs. H. Watt; ofa-sbnl^ :~*?'''- ?' DU*rGBY.-^On the 23rd February, atSonth terrace, Mrs. Jj Dungey, of a daughter. ' LY4MfS.^rOh tiie 17th Febrnary, ?: at 43,! Hindley-sfcreet; Mrsl X Lyons, of a daughter. - ? OH-.-^On^ the-2oth Febraary^ at' Sonth terrace, Adelailej...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

la w courts. -8» ? ?. . SUPREME COURT— CRIMINAL SITTINGS. . Thbbsday, Fbbbuaby.27. - [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.l ? ? ' SENTENCES. The following prisoners were -called up and sentenced :— . James, H, Higgins, found guilty of an assault on a police-constable. His Honor said the cir cumstances of the 'case did not call for a severe sentence, but he felt bound to mark his dis approval' of the deliberate attempt made by the prisoner to induce his daughter to commit per jury. He had received a medical certificate, stating that a severe sentence would be preju dicial to the health of the prisoner; but he would be committing a breach of duty if he paid any attention to it, as it was a matter that could only.be dealt with by the Legislature. The sentence of the Court was that he be im prisoned and kept to hard labor for twelve calendar months. James Watson, found guilty of larceny, was sentenced to 12 calendar months' imprison ment, .with hard labor. . . - ' Thomas Brown, found, gu...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

LOCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday, Febbuaby 25. TBefore Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.1 Febgubon v. James.— Application for fur ther particulars. It appeared that the plaintiff churned for balance as per account rendered for goods sold and delivered, £28 2s. 5d. The Court ordered plaintiff to furnish particulars. Hobnhabdt v. Abell. — Claim for £20, damages for defendant not fulfilling promise. Henry Hornhardt, plaintiff, gave evidence to the effect that defendant, who is a saddler, had agreed to take plaintiff's son as an apprentice. Defendant had taken ths boy for a month on trial, and at the end of that time failed to ap prentice him, though he expressed himself willing, and found no fault with the boy. It appeared: also that no apprenticeship agree ment had been presented to defendant for signature, and that the boy had not yet left his employ ; also that the defendant wished the boy taken away on account of dulness of busi ness consequent on failure of crops in the neigh borhood. Plaintiff ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VIRGINIA RACES. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

. TIEGINIA RACES. [From our own Correspondent. 1 Mr. K. Gilks, President; ilv. F. Saint,: Treasurer ; Mr. J. Nash, Secretary. Stewards —Mr. D. Nash, Mr. T. Brady, and Mr. McCord.: Mr. D. Owens and Mr. G. W. Brashan as a Commibtee for the Foot-racing, Pig Hunt, &c. Mk; G. Long acted as Starter, and Mr. J. Fite gared as Judge. The above races came off on Tuesday, Feb ruary 25, in Mr. Mallyon's paddock, adjacent to the township. The ^y was beautiful, with a delightful breeze prevailing throughout the day. There were a great many persons 'preseni; 'including several' sports- ! -men - - from ' Salisbury,'' 'Dry Creek,' and -ttowet, Xighfc., ,;- The jfeir.-sex .werenpt in^he: minprity ; *hey assembled in great force, -which gave a lively appearance to the scene. , . The -races on the whole were well contested, as there have -been many, horses added to the racing studs contesting, the local races of Virginia— particularly the young stock, which ran most excellently for their first ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAUNCESTON CHAMPION MEETING. [Abridged from the special report for the Australasian.] TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

I.AUNCESTON CHAMPION MEETING. X Abridged from the special report .for the Aus~ ? ??''?' '''?'?- : iriUatian.H-' :'??'' Tuesday, Febeuabt 18. The Launceston A'''*-* Champion Eaces were to have commenced on the 18th instant ; but quite a damper was thrown over the city ia the morniag, for, after a spell of the most de lightful weather, the sky 'was darkened by heavy clouds, which hugged the hill-tops sur rounding the town, and the rain came down unremittingly during the day. The stewards met in conclave at 10 o'clock at the Brisbane Hotel, as to the advisability of postponement, and every one was glad when it was announced that the 'races were put off . until -the morrow. - Next morning there was a considerable improve ment in the weather. The wind blew high from the north-west, and vapory-looking clouds, at times obscured thejsun; but although' it re peatedly threatened, with the exception of one' or, two showers the rain kept well ofiL The town was all alive, , and the countiy folks...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CASE OF LOLLER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE CASE OF XOLLER. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— Never having before written a letter for insertion in a newspaper I feel an unwillingness even now to do so, but think that circumstances have rendered it necessary. I therefore hope you will insert this as an explanation to what appeared in your paper of the 18th of this month, relative to the death of the late John Loller, of Boseworthy. The facts are simply these — In July last I sold a horse to Mr. Brumbey for £8, taking his acceptance at two months, which, - on its be coming due, was not paid ; and a short time afterwards Brumbey sold a horse and some harness to Loller for cash, for the purpose of paying his overdue acceptance to me. On Loller ascertainingwhatthe money was required for, he came and asked me to take his L O. U. for the amount for a week or two, which I did, as he was short of cash — and returned Brumbey his overdue acceptance. This took place in September last. Since then I have repeatedly asked Loller for the amount, and ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P. M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Thubsday, Febbuaby 27. [Before Mr. S. Beddome. P.M.! Stealing in Dwelling. — Louis Peters was charged by Herman Bruggemann with stealing one £5 note, eight £1 notes, three sovereigns, ten balf sovereigns, two pounds in silver, seven dollars, two gold Albert chains, two gold lockets, three gold keys, and one silver watch, from the dwelling of the said Herman Bruggemann and partners. Herman Bruggemann stated that he was a cabinetmaker, living in Grenfell street. -On the 20th instant he came home at 11 o'clock p.m., and next morning he found his box had been broken open and money taken out. He missed a gold 'chain and locket frorii his waistcoat which hung in a back room. The locket produced lie identified as the one missed. He knew prisoner for some months, and prisoner was in the habit of visiting at his place, but had not visited there for last two months. Paul Foelsche, Corporal of Police, stated that he arrested prisoner at the Wheatsheaf Inn, this side of ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT—GAWLER. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

POLICE COURT— GAWLER, [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] Tuesday. Febbuaby 25. W. Fyffe and Duncan Fisher were charged by Robert Dick with having assaulted and beaten him on 14th February. Plea, not guilty. It appeared from the evidence of complainant and George Bennett that W. Fyffe had struck and kicked complainant severely, and that D. Fisher had struck him with a whip. Fyffe was fined £5, without costs ; and Fisher 5s., with costs. A charge of assault and battery, brought by John Turner, of Smithneld, against James MiUikan, of the same place, was dismissed without costs, the Court considering the provo cation given as some excuse for the offence. B. Odewahn was charged by his father with failing to contribute to his support. No order made. (For remainder of Law Courts see page 14.)

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MORNING SERVICE IN THE CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE MORNING SERVICE IN THE CATHEDRAL. It was arranged that the solemn and imposing rites of the Roman Catholic Church should be performed in St. Francis Xavier's^Cathedral on Saturday morning, and that the body of Sir Dominick should be removed from Government House to the Church at 8.30. The Cathedral was simply but elegantly draped with black cloth, partly; we understand, at the expense of the Government. In the vacant place imme diately fronting the altar, a Handsome catafalque was erected, approached- by two steps, and covered with black cloth draped with white. For a considerable space around the catafalque, the floor was covered with black velvet, and down each side there were three pillars, on which handsome silver candlesticks were placed. The altar, pulpit, and choir were also tastefully draped, aud the appearance .which the fine Cathedral presented was in harmony with the solemn engagements of the day. * ? ' ? The funeral services consisted of the Offices for the Dead and ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE REMOVAL OF THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE REMOVAL OF THE BODY. According to announcement the mortal re mains of Sir Dominick Daly were conveyed, as privately as the occasion would allow, from Go vernment House to the Roman Catholic Cathe dral on Saturday morning, February 22. Be tween 8 and 9 o'clock the mourners assembled at the late residence of Sir Dominick, and a few minutes after y o clock tbe procession emerged from the Government daneshe into King William-street in the following order : — The Undertaker. Two Mutes. £ THE HEARSE. § : Mourning Coach, containing Messrs. D. G. Daly and J. G. Daly (sons of Sir Dominick), D. D. Daly (nephew), and J. Souttar (sonin law). ^ Mourning Coach, containing Mr. H. H. Turton (soa-in-law), His Excellency Lieutenant-. Colonel Hamley (Acting Governor), the Chief Secretary (Hon. H. Ayers), and Major Lucas, A.D.C. Mourning Coach* containing the Treasurer (Hon. T. Reynolds), the Attorney-General (Hon. E. B. Andrews), the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon.- L. Glyde), and the Com missio...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FUNERAL OF SIR DOMINICK DALY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

THE FUNERAL OF SIR DOMINICK: DALY. The last -solemn rites are over. Our good old Governor, esteemed by all and loved by not a few, has been gathered to his fathers. Like those amongst whom he lived, his bones will lie in this far-off land, and this, we believe, is as ha would have wished it to be. Sir Dominick Daly, when he came here as the represEntative of Her Majesty; became at heart a South Aus tralian. His Government was a labor of love. He respected the people over whom he ruled as Chief, and they respected him. He was too old to form new ties, and we believe it is no seeret that Sir Dominick has for years had the impression that he would end his days in South Australia. It is hard to part with him, even when bis work is over and his remains con tinue with us; but it would have been harder to see the good old man— so ripe In wisdom, so rich in experience, so gentle in spirit, and so prudent in counsel,' superseded by a stranger, and leaving the land in which he was so re spect...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Major Lucas has resigned his post of Aide-de-camp to the Governor. The Count de Castelnau has been ap pointed Consul- General for France for the whole of the Australian Colonies. On Friday afternoon the sites for the booths, &c, at the forthcoming show, were disposed of at the Exhibition Building, as follows : — Society's pavilion and luncheon, Mr. George Aldridge ; publican's booth, Mr. Laffa, City Bridge Hotel; also the fruit stalls, tho whole of the sites being within the enclosure. A meeting of the shareholders of the National Gold Mining Company was held at the office Carrie-street, on Friday, February 28. Mr. J. B. Neales occupied the chair. The Directors' report and balance-sheet were re ceived ana aaoptea, ana messrs. d. jo. iNeaiea and J. Darwent were elected Directors for the ensuing year. The passengers by the Glen Osmond, with their friends, went on board on Friday. It was arranged that they should go down to the Port by the 1.40 train. The Elea...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 29 February 1868

VICTORIA. [From our Melbourne Correspondent.! - February 25. The 'sad news which reached us by electric' telegraph on \Vednesday, of the death of your late lamented Governor Sir Dominick Daly, came upon us like a sudden-thunderclap. We had not heard or read of anything at all alarm-, ing in His Excellency's state of health, and those amongst us who had even bnt a Blight acquaintance with Sir Dominick, were, in com mon with all Adelaideans, regarding with much satisfaction the early approach of the day when lie would probably be relieved from the cares of office, and be enabled to settle down as a private citizen, surrounded by his family, all of whom appear io have identified themselves thoroughly with South Australia. A telegram arrived at Greville and Company's, soon after noon, announcing that His Excellency had been taken dangerously ill, but even that failed to create the belief that a fatal result was so imminent. When the melancholy intelligence reached us, at a little before...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x