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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
MARINE BOARD. Thursday, Januaby 2. Present— J. W. Smith, M.P., in the chair, Messrs. J. M. Linklater, and C. H. T. Connor. A Treasury minute was received respecting the j B «ard's resolution that the Secretary of the Marine Board survey the bar, and pointing out that it was advisable the Board should direct that- officer ' to devote his time to his proper duties in. the office as it must interfere with his' employment if engaged on surveying service. The Harbor-Master. Tepor ted. tlie fact of the Darra -grounding opposite Prince's - Wharf whilst in charge o£ the Deputy Harbor-Master. The matter had been reported to the President, who had reprimanded that officer. The Harbor-Master forwarded a report of Pilot Wpllsm -n to - the effect that the captain of the Niaden had ^refused his offered services. The pilot and captain were- ordered to attend before the Board. Weekly reports of the works — No. 2 dredge had raised from the inner , harbor 630 tons sflt. Several routine matters were c...
PORT CORPORATION. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
PORT CORPORATION. Fbiday. December 20. Present— His Worship the Mayor, and all the Councillors. . The Town Clerk reported thrt.the amount of overdraft at the Bank was. £326 17s. 9oL, and the! amount of rates collected to date was £2,034 9s. Id. J The Overseer reported the employment of laborers in general work, and that the contract for forming portion of the southern embank ment was nearly completed. Also, that he had engaged the services of a lad to issue tickets for cartage of silt to the embankment, and requested the Council to fix the amount of the remunera tion to be paid to him. . A letter froTo Messrs. Jeanes & McKendrick complained that the Overseer would not give them the necessary levels to enable them to carry out their contract for the embankment. Also, . that some of the silt intended for the embankment was being used for the roads' and footpaths. ? .The. Town Clerk to reply that the Council were willing to cancel the contract if the con tractors wished. Mr. W....
KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. TH7TRHDAY- DF.fiEWRRR 19. Present — His Worship the Mayor, and Coun cillors Thomas, HowelL Gooden, Hales, Crank, Packhain, Birrell, and Mattingly. The Town- Clerk reported that a summons had been taken ont agairi«t Mr. Thomas, a driver of a licensed vehicle, for driving without having a licence, and that the charge had been heard before Mr. Beddome ; that cases of Cor ? norations in England havinsr precisely the same powers of making by-laws as the Corporation of Kensington and Norwood had been cited, showing that the superior Courts of law in England had determined that Corporations in England could lawfully make by-laws imposing licence fees, but that Mr. Beddome had dis missed the case, on the ground that the by-law was vJUbra vires. Letter from Mr. J. Tasker, asking that -his salary as Rate Collector and Valuator be £150 a year. Letter from Mr. A. R. Hamilton, offering to make a pi in of the town. Received. Letter read from the Bucoside Distri...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
TELEGA ABHIC &E WB IProm Messrs. Greville& Co. (Renter's Agents) ?'; 'to S. A. Advertiser.] ARRIVAL OP THE PANAMA MAIL. News from London, to November 7; from New York, to November 11 ; and from Panama, to November 24. The Kaikoura arrived at Wellington at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of December 26. She left Panama on the 28th of November, having been detained by the non-arrival of the steamer Tyrie with the mails. The greater portion of the New Zealand and Australian cargo was left at St. Thomas's, owing to a hurricane. She.'bringstwo passengera for Melbourne ; for Sydney, Lord Pembroke and seven others, and for New Zealand 30, amongst whom, is Mr. Wm. Fox, the ex Premier for New Zealand. By the Atlantic cable we have a Florence telegram to November 27, giving fuller details of the fighting in Italy.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
ITALY. Oh the 3rd of 'November Garibaldi, with 35,000 men encountered 6,000 of the Papal troops, holding a strong posi tion at Tivoli. A desperate conflict ensued. The Pontifical troops first opened fire. The Garibaldians were getting the better of the battle, when the French colonel advanced with his men* in support of the latter,' and turned the tide, so completely that Garibaldi and his followers were forced to retreat ?with the loss of 9,00 killed and 2,000 taken prisoners. The Papal troops also sustained heavy losses. Garibaldi and bis son, Menotti were afterwards taken prisoners and sent to Piedmont. Gari baldi claimed his release on the ground of being a citizen of the United States.
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
ENGLAND. Serious bread riots took place in Exeter on the 4th November. Bakers' and butchers9 shops were sacked, and many buildings burned. The troops were called out to quell the rict. Owing to a severe storm the New foundland lines connecting with the Atlantic cable were out of order for three days. The commercial news by cable was to November 7, evening. Gonsols closed at 94 7-16ths. for money. Produce Market. — Sugar remained strong. Superior sorts of Ceylon coffee were higher. Tea — The new season's congou was quoted at 2s. and 3s. Tallow— P. & 0.. £43 6s. to £43 9s. on the spot.
WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
west indies; The Royal Mail ship Solent arrived at Aspinwall on November 2, bringing details of a fearful hurricane at St. Thomas's on October 29, in which the fine new steamer Colombo was lost ; also the Royal MailsteamsMps Huahine, Wye, Derwent, and Conway, the two former with great loss of life. ; The total number of vessels lost is estimated at 79, and the loss of life at 800. Details show that the steamer Solent arrived at St. Peter's Island on the 29th October. The hurri cane commenced there at 9.30 a.m., and lasted four hours. Trees were uplifted, and houses lifted from their foundations and dashed to pieces. All the dwelling houses in the island suffered. The light house was demolished. Three earth quakes; occurred,- causing great ravage. The debris of the houses swept into the gullies formed dams which prevented the water from the heavy- rains flowing in its, natural direction. These dams ulti mately burst, flooding the town, and fearfully increasing the general 'wreck and ...
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
UNITED STATES. In the New York, New Jersey, and Maryland States the elections have re-, salted in large majorities for the .democrats. In Kansas and Wisconsin negro suffrage is repudiated. The people everywhere are disgusted with radicalism, and President Johnson is jubilant. The elections being over, the repub licans talk of General Grant, the Chief Justice Chase, Ben Wade, Sparks, Colfax, and General Butler for the Presidency. The democrats speak of Horatio Sey mour and Jno. W. Penleton. If General Grant is nominated by the conservative republicans, it is expected he will get the Presidency. . Jefferson Davis is positively to be tried on -the 1st November. New York, Nov. 11. Gold 148£. Flour dull, and prices de clining. Quotations range from $7.90 to $15.75 per barrel. Wheat mode rately active. Quotations $2.18 to $2.75 per bushel.
SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
SANTIAGO. The millers still pay $3 to $3.50. Flour. — Unfavorable news from the east coast caused the market to be dull. Santiago brands $7.37$ to $7.70. Southern brands $7 for 200 lbs. l«ss 6 lbs. p. a, with downward tendency. Barley in good demand. Six ships were char tered to load for Europe. Valparaiso, November 2. Wheat. — On account of ike reduced state of the stocks few transactions have taken place.
VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 28. The regatta was a great success. The Duke saw Sir John Young off. The Geelong sailed to-day with 32,000 ounces of gold and 28,000 sovereigns. The cricket match was resumed to-day, the Sydney team finishing their first innings as follow : — Caffyn, caught, 24 ; Lawrance, caught, 15; Sinclair, caught, 7; D; Gregory, caught, 0 ; Gilbert, bowled, '22; Cdates, 18 ; total, including yesterday, 158. They followed then with their second innings, concluding thus :— Thompson, caught, 60 ; Coates, stumped, 3; Sheridan, run out, 1 ; Gregory, bowled, 4 ; Caffyn, caught splendidly at point, 38 ; Gilbert, run out, 2 ; Hewitt, bowled^ 14 j Ijawrance; caught, 1 ; Gor don, run out, 31 ; Sinclair, caught, 12 ; D. Gregorv, 2 ; byes, &c., 5 ; total, 173. Melbourne, December 30, There is a crowd of Adelaideans in Collins -street. Mr. Townsend cannot attend the Gam* bierton ceremonial. Messrs. Fuller, Townsend, and Kay return by the Aldinga. At a meeting of gentle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
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LOCAL COURT GAWLER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
LOCAL COURT---GAWLER &nbsp; Tuesday, December 31 [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M. HANN v. HIPPESLEY.--(Interpleader). Mr. Rudall, for Mary Ann Russell, the claimant; Mr. Martin for execution creditor. Mr. Martin contended that the proper notice of claim had not been handed into the Court by the claimant. Mr. Rudall opposed. Court ruled that notice put in was sufficient. Mary Ann Russell, of Jacob-street, Gawler, fruit and vegetable seller. stated— About the 20th December I was the owner of a black horse. It has been seized by the bailiff of the Local Court, Gawler. I bought the horse from John Hippesley, also the har- ness. Receipt [produced and read] was &nbsp; given me at the time. The harnesss was not complete. I had a new Hames made, which was with the harness when seized. My scales and weights were seized at the same time; also a market basket and tarpaulin. I paid Hippesley the £3 13s. 6d. mentioned in the Receipt. By Mr. Martin —At the trial in Adelaide, I might...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BOUNDY.—On the 25th December, at Port Land Estate, the wife of Mr. Wm. Boundy, of a son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; JENEHAN.— On the 1st January, at 124, Hindley-street, Adelaide, Mrs. D. Jenehan, of Sydney, New South Wales, of a son. MARRIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DOBBIE— REVELL.— On the 26th Decem- &nbsp; ber, at the residence of the bride's father, J. W. Dobbie, fifth son of W. Dobbie, Gawler-place, to Sarah Elizabeth, second daughter of W. Revell, North Adelaide. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LANGSFORD— MARTIN.— On the 26th De- cember, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pirie-street, &nbsp; by the Rev. J. G. Millard, William, eldest son of Mr. Wil...
COUNTRY NEWS. HAMILTON, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
COUNTKY NEWS. . ... ? : ? W ? : ? [From our Gountry Correspondents.] HAMILTON. Jajtuaby 2. New .Year's Day was celebrated by the Marrabel Lodge, M.U., and Court Royal Oak, A.O.F., uniting in. 'having their anniversary dinner aud balL In the early part of the «_iay the brothers of both societies, attended by a lars;e number' of friends, proceeded to one .of the Copper Company's paddocks (kindly . lent. for. the occasion), where they indulged in racing, cricket, quoits, and other games until about half-past 5 o'clock, whea they returned to Host Steel's Royal Oak Hotel, TothiH's Creek, to dinner. The chair was taken by P.C.R Down ing, and vice-char by P.C.R. Parish. The ?dinner was spread in a booth erected for the purpose by the host. Sixty-five brothers and friends were present, Tvho all did justice to the ample preparations made for them by Host Steel. After dinner the usual loyal toasts were proposed and drank to with bumpers by all present. P.C.R. Downing proposed 'Success to Loya...
TALUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
TALUNGA. December 30. — Letter from Secretory of Cen- tral Road Board relative to appointing four elective members for Board for 1868; deferred &nbsp; till next meeting. Mr. J. White applied to have road leading from Kenton Valley to Mount Torrens repaired; Mr. Cornish to inspect place &nbsp; and to get what was necessary done to it. Mr. A. Forrest waited on Council with reference to North Gumeracha Cemetery; Clerk to write to &nbsp; South Australian Company's Manager to get ground conveyed to Council as early as possible.; &nbsp; Tenders to be called for widening the road near &nbsp; the first: ford across the Torrens at Mr. F. Hannaford's. Mr. Eglington to get road leading from North Gumeracha road to Mr. Repper's repaired. Tenders accepted — Widening and fencing road near Mr. F. Hannaford's (9), J. A. Nelson, widening the road for £50; F. Hannaford, fencing at 2s 9d. per rod; making &nbsp; and fencing road near Mr. W. Hoad's (4), Mr...
NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868
NEWS OF TPTOEK ... : . ? : ? —*? ? By the Coorong we have papers from Melbourne to the 27th ultimo, and Sydney to the 24th ultimo. We are requested to draw attention to an important meeting of farmers, to be held at Virginia on Monday evening next. 4 We call attention to a corrected adver tisement inbur business columns oftheKapunda Races, to be held duthe.27th arid 28th of Feb ruary next. On Friday, January 8, the monthly meeting of the Committee of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held at the Nor folk. Arms. There was a good attendance. Mr. Everard, M.F., was voted ;to the chair, which he afterwards resigned to the. Hon. J^ Baker, President of ihe Society, who came into ? the room after the meeting had commenced. The Secretary, Mr. & Ward, read a letter from the Chief Secretary, stating that the Government declined to pay the £400 asked for by the So ciety ; also another letter from the same stat:ng that one half of the annual grant would be payable in Februa...