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FRENCH CONSPIRATORS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

FRENCH CONSPIRATORS. The Government of England are prose cuting some of the more violent members of the Irish press for publishing seditious articles — and we must say that some des perately bitter and inflammatory things have appeared in print. Whether, how ever, it is expedient to prosecute for 'seditious writing,' provided that there is no ?recommendation to a direct violation of the law, or to physical out rage, may he fairly questioned. To sug gest .the . .murder of policemen, or the burning of aJheuse, ought certainly to be punishable and jwrnished ; but to argue in favor of a Pafliament in Dublin, or to .denounae the Imperial Parliament, or to discuss ifcaeoretically the relative advan tages of a republic compared with those efa monarchy, ought not to be regarded as criminal acts. Forms --f govexamsat axe political ezpedieat3, and there ought to be toleration for free dis cussion on these as on all other points. But when argument resolves itself into assassination, and eloque...

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

; VITAL STATISTICS. The -?annual report of the Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths which has just been published contains some very interesting information bearing upon the natural increase and decrease of our popu lation, which we will' endeavor to lay before our readers in as concise a form as possible. During the whole of 1867, the number of births registered was 7,041— ma.fo.fi.3:til-6: females.3.425 : deaths. 2.939 -males, 1,564'; females, 1,375; marriages, 1,379. The greatest number of the latter, 340, were celebrated by clergymen of the Church of England, the Roman Catholics following with 220Ttiie next in order in. point of numbers rbeirig the Wesleyans, . the Presbyterians, the Congregationaliste, and the' Primitive Methodists* |n .36 cases the matrim&nial rites- were- per formed by District Registrars. There was an increase of marriages upon the pre ceding year, but riot upon '1865. The increase was principally among persons under the age of 30', but with bo...

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TERRIBLE STORM IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

- TERRIBLE STORM IN NEW . ZEALAND. A former citizen of Adelaide, but now -resident at -Dunedin, has forwarded us a graphic account of a terribly destructive storm that has recently swept over the province of Otago. v Some information on this, subject, has alreadj appeared in our' columns, but the, detam jsupplied by our correspondent are, nevertheless, worth, reading. It appears that there had been a. long contmuance 01 turious wind and deluging rains, which soon formed vast mountain torrents, ana, converging from . numerous . points, swelled into riversof enormous volume. Of course the ordinary river banks were soon overr flowed, the resistless Waters scooping out new channels in their furious rush to the sea. 'Only fancy,' says our corre spondent,: ** a river usually but 30 'yards wide, and of shallow depth, ^ow' running 700 yards wide and 30 feet deep.' lid the province of Otago alone : the damage is. estimated at half a million sterling, ?dei3olationi.being spread from one end t...

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OUR LAND SYSTEM. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

OUi? LAND SYSTEM. '''' i.COMMUiriiDklED.l While the farmers are anxiously await ing the decision of the Government on the seed wheat question, it is to be hoped they will not forget the necessity of an explicit declaration of opinion from the Various -candidates for seats in the new Parliameiit on the land question. Some six months, ago,- meetings were held in Various parts of the: colony, and at that time there appeared to be an almost unanimous feeling in favor of a more liberal land system . It is true that agood deal of difference of opinion existed as to the best mode of effecting the desired change, but this was no more than might have been expected.; Etere was, how ever, a general concurrence amoflst those persons - whose opinions anight reasonably be supposed, both from experience and. practical knowledge to be worthy of atten tion, that ? something should be done, and as the next Parliament will have no question of greater importance to the future welfare of this cbiony to ...

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THE NEW MARRIAGE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

.'MB ...fSEW MARRIAGE i ACT. The .Marriage Act of last session came into operation on the first day of March, and Is now the law of the land. As tiie subject is one that can never iOBe its in terest, while there are young people who are naturally opposed to what is called a. life of single 'blessedness, we propose, ex plaining the provisions of the new Act, and therebv xldinsr a service to all and Sundry of our readers who may contem plate the 'holy estate of matrimony.' We have reason to believe that most young 'people who are looking liymeri wardate profoundly ignorant of what is necessary to lae done, m order to get lawfully married, although somehow when they have 'made up their minds to enter into this honorable condition, they gene rally manage to get the necessary infor mation. Several attempts have been made to bring in an amended Marriage Bill: which would place all denominations on: an equal footing; but it -was not easy to adjust conflicting claims or interests. The' Chur...

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ORIGINAL AND SELECT POETRY. FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

ORIGINAL AND SELECT POETRY. ..- - . .??-?-.?. i FAREWELL. : Farewell was spoken from the fleeting boat ; Farewell was echoe'd from the dark ship's side ; Farewell was carried o'er the heaving wave, : And murmured by the rippling tide. The silent stars looted down, from Heaven, And wept, to hear that fatal word ; The pallid moon looked sad, as if She too the mournful sound had heard. Two bleeding hearts that word half breaks ; Two loving souls the dark waves sever ; Two humble prayers rise up to Heaven, That it may not be said for ever. Ob, sad, sad word ; full many a heart Has bled to hear thy fatal knell, Yet all most hear thy mournful voice Till in eternity they dwelL ANTHONY FORBES.

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THE "REGISTER" ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE 'REGISTER' ANGRY, We are' exceedingly sorry to. have said a word to aggravate the growing irrita bility of our .contemporary the M&jister, but we do; not see why our very inoffen sive reference to that journal in the article on the Bunyip libel case should have so wounded the susceptibilities of our Mend. ' We should not, however, ^haye noticed his little display of spleen, Jior even have- offered this apology for our unfortunate presumption, were it not that we wish to- set our. neighbor right as:; to what we really did say. . ;.We stated, in plain words, - that it. youjd be ; far better in cases like the one then under conside ration that persons aggrieved should jus tify themselves by explanation in -the paper misrepresenting them - : . : but we also: said that this would not be an 'invariable''- bar to action. At the same time we gave the . reason why, namely, that some publications are only, issued monthly or quarterly^ or even annually ; and ihat it .was absurd to ...

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"A FRAGMENT WRITTEN ABOUT THE TIME OF JAMES 1ST." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

?'A Fragment written abodt the Time op ; James 1st.' *' like as the damask rose you see, : Or like the blossom on a tree, Or like the dainty flower of Kay, Or like the morning of the day, ; Or like the sun, or like the shade, ? . Or like the gourd which Jonas had ; Ev'n such is man, whose thread is spun, . Drawn out and out, and so is done, The rose withers, the blossom blas-:eth, The flower fades, the morning hasteth, The sun sets, the shadow flies, The gourd consumes, and- man — he dies i Like to the grass that's- newly sprung, Or like a tale that's new begun, Or like the bird that's here to-day, Or like the pearled dew of May, Or like an hour, or like a span, Or like the singing of 4, swan ; Ev'n 'such is man, who lives by breath ; a . Is here, now there, in life and death. The grass withers, .the tale is ended, The bird is flown, the dew's ascended, The hour is short, the span not long, : The swan near death — man's life is done ! 'Like to a bubble in the brook, Or in a glass mu...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE ELECTIONS. - * ?- : 7 . TUe candidates at isast JLorrens nave spoken out very plainly on the land ques^ tion and on the immigration question. Both agree in opinion on these points, and have expressed their opinions in a plain and straightforward manner. On a third point-^that of Protection— there is not, however, the same distinctness. Mr. Fisher is a protectionist in ' a . qualified sense,' and in the same qualified sense' he is also a freetrader. We do not point to this ' as an inconsistency;:] there . is no -., inconsistency in -^^k and at present our whole tariff is qualifeft? protection and qualified free trade. j^Si.^ Finniss explicitly declared that he ma|aot; know what protection meant, andSked:: the Hon.' Mr. Baker,1 who questioned^ni on the subject, to defino ' protecti^ii^4 Mr. Baker promptly auswepedthat a pro tective tariff was one which benefited the few to the injury of .the . many ; that their leading interests were wool, wheat, and copper; and that whatever in c...

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THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE VICTIM. BY ALFRED TBNNTS0K, POET LAUREATE. (From Good Word* for January.) I. A plague upon the people fell, ? A famine after laid them low, Then tborpe and byre arose in fire, For on them brake the sudden foe ; So thick they died the people cried ' The srods are moved against the land.' The priest in horror about bis altar To Thor and Odin lifted a band, ' Help us from famine And plague and strife J 'What would you have of us ? Human life ? Were it our nearest, 'Were it our dearest, (Answer, O answer) We give you his life.' n. But still the foeman spoil'd and burn'd, And cattle died, and deer in wood, And bird in air, and fishes turned And whiten'dall +he rolling flood ; And dead men lay all over the way, Or down in a furrow scathed with flame : And ever and aye the Priesthood moan'd Till at last it seemed that an answer came : ' The King is happy ? , ? In child and wife ; Take you his nearest, Take you his dearest, Give us a life.' m. The Priest went out by heath and hill ; The...

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THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE P^AMA TVTATtJ : The news brought by the Panama mail . is important. : - A. Fenian conspiracy against England, liucluding a design to burn the Channel Meet, has been dis covered, Mid a seizure of : documents ai : the head-quarters of (he Fenians in Paris has placed the British Government ' n possession of the plot. A -diabolical attempt has also been made to blow up ; the Dublin Post-Offi.ce. Letters contain ing explosive materials were addressed to leading oSicials of tneGrdvernment, which, hewever, have only resulted in one man— a policeman — being fearfully mangled. These wicked outrages of the falsely called friends of Ireland will only have the effect of disgusting all right-thinking persons with a cause whose advocates resort to such cowardly and bloodthirsty actions. No conclusive evidence7 has yet been brought against the~perpetrators of the ClerkenwelT House of Correction outrage. ' : Foreign affairs looic awkward. * A diplomatic conference has been held at St. Petersbur...

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Agricultural and Horticultural FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND VIGNERONS' CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

&jpiarltand &*& JMiatlteral ?? — ? ? FARMERS', GAUDENERSY AND VIGNE RONS' CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P. J THEPIiAINS. . The Faem. — As the time when we may shortly expect the early rains has arrived, ground should be prepared for wheat and barley in order to expedite the germination of wild oats and the seeds of other noxious weeds, which sprout very quickly after the first showers, and may be eradicated by means of the scarifier or harrows. Gape barley for winter fodder, and oats for an early hay crop, should now be sown. A few turnips might also be planted with advantage. Kitchen Garden. — All the early kinds oi vegetables should be sown this month, such as turnips, cabbage, spinach, lettuces', and the early varieties of peas. Carrots may be sown in well-trenched ground. Towards the end of the month plant tree and potato onions, shalote, and garlic. Potatoes for an early crop may also be planted out, especially the white kinds. F...

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THE MOONTA MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

[?] i;33ie Sgllqwing letter, appe^ed:ffi,jO^ceut inmber,pf tifcie Mining 'JouimalJir^V [y1] Feeling certain that any comtuuHMjation tffordSBgiBftrgHCliuii'tu Tthwgeperal pubKc on ;he subject of mines will meet with a favorab'e reception'it'yduiOiSailC ijMI/ready publication in the Mining Jmarnal, I send you in a tabular tomvA fffW paEticnlars of -a,n. , ^LUStraU^n copper [ni)|B,..wMchxibo.u^.oM^.iffie.'^che^f/!jy/et dis bpyered,'is ,-joinpatatively iiMe iaiowir la'Eng [and.- -??;????'?---??.-? ^-- ?-?- -???'.-?? ^:i: The ninie referted'to, theMoonta, iksiSliRtcfl in Tfork«?s PeiaiiiBulaj .iu ±his;colpnjii Xte land is heldiby,t^^roprie,tprs^^the,mine^under a piineral: lease from the CdlonMj-Gb^eEWiejit for 14 -yeara.(rfinewable fpr a.-like perioipn^Sy^ment pf aVreimumflio^'ex-ffiednig1£^per:;a«ieJ^ at a yearly Trental -of 10s. per acre,. afcdAjoBslitSof 11 gectibnsiSQaGreSeach,- The;fest'dis(awery of surface 'indicatioins-; pf^pre jwas vBaade, in -.May, L66lv-.an4in June of, the. .sa...

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ON MANURES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

ON MANURES. TO THE EDTTOB. Sir — The subject of manures, tbe mode of ? applying them, also the source from which they are to be obtained, is now beginning to occupy the attention of the farmers. They, as a body, have for the last 20 years been severely testing the producing powers of their land, and find at List that they cannot longer pursue the 'take- all' system without coming to grief. The land resolutely refuses to pander longer, to their selfish mode of dealing with it, and plainly tell them that according to the amount of food (or manure) distributed, so, in proportion, will it respond in the shape of an abundant harvest. As different manures contain different propor tions of the elements necessary to vegetation, so they require a different treatment to enable them to produce their fall effects in agricul ture. Sir R. Davey divides them into three distinct classes— vegetable, animal, and mineral. Manures of vegetable origin comprise all green succulent plants,- and contain sa...

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A NIGGER RECONSTRUCTION CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

[?] - *AfeihB lasfcm^feig oiih&J^^^B^-: ^constrictions .GoleEed^ Gsnveati^ .; the ^haiir^wasatakehiJby Msi '* Eang»gy2j:i ,:Th«: bttsui'estfSwMch thecsal|le assemJ[)Iy mejt-to =-iisG4s9--wa*' ifhatsiif ij^eTKisin^the' .mosfr sw^pii^- possible .measures^ :pft di^-an-. kiMsenietit .JeE^ersD%Jfc:pfi'the?ftthei:_'Com^c ?- ^e-fibAU^ni.pbtaiUied^attenjwn by. shouting : t-f SUence,^' *nd 3ea.¥ng,-; the Hfcable^beforeihkn-with tKe .Han^& o£ his amhrella. ; aH«,-^aid^0em!m%! ~ . . ld~em^ bars oi de,AlaLbaraajR^onstructipn..';.Qo.in-i 'bentrcHi oboCaiored: .XJem/men:..' JTe^tion toale chat, xffi&t you larf ai'ri3^nr your; Sar h'j .'(SemJ'meiiy: in , discuss'u -J*Ie~ unpof-. feint bisnis afere dia.hereiQajeetinl'3i-w tfie :-i^*y, lL-rbro^^m ,-§e.in'man.?,wi]l^|Mtget' JHSitelf andi eaJfe kud^ 'g^%'?%^i^r: ' 'tisussnbtgem'man in^dls/seg^lyjpiuichr de heawL^oh.any au^^^m'm^jjtp^:Mck hiift shfnSf -.tncBc^it iaiffca gjem'iiian^erjrtM ^©ause ~whVi-- ; J5aJ'.tcatt?t--be--jQ.o ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

MOUNT BARKER AGBI0UL* tu&Mm and kortjcultujsal : association. -..=?; - Ifce next ShojHrf th&aboveSociety will taSct place at Wbodside, tin' Thursday, March 26; 1868, when Ms: f dllowing | prizes will be offered; — ^VW-^'-^- ?'- ~~~ 'r~ ? '???'?? ''—?'- *???? Wheat, beat nine bushels ... C £S 0 t Second doA.. -.,... ... 2 0 t Third do. ... ... ... ... 1 0 A. Barley, Irtish, best nine bushels ... 1 10 C Second do. ... ... ... ... IOC Bariey, Caps, best solas bushels ... 1' 0 € 'Second do. .... ... ... . ... 0 10 fl Oate, best nine iraaSrels-;-- ''-??' 'v..~110't Second -dw.- r.. ?; .-;^ ? =-.*?.? uvi^ . 10.r* Bye,_best threeSrashela.. ? J..i J.I -1' fib C Second dp. ........ ? .... ? ., ? ? 0 10-4 Pe^ best three bushels ... ... 10 C Second. do.-..*/ ''. ... ... . ...' 0 10 « Hay, best five trusses ... ...' ..0 10 (j Potafcora/bestcwt.' ... ?' ;.. ... 1 0 *j Second do. ... ... :. ?„:.', .:. ? 0 10 ?'% Mangold Wurtzel, best 13 roots ... 0 7 6 Beetroot, do. ? »..- _, i.-....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

flBPfefcjk^ ~-iDuitng foe^^SeMoni ','aaiL-.. ' wjgWjpBT ;tul ^farther . .notice, j|fte- Steamera I^EEKLYT TIUGRS befagen JP9RT ..ABE^ IAHJB and POBT AUGUSTA, l^rang P«rt , Adelaide every Saturday 'r«acl. ParthAugajffcaj JP r ' AUCTIONEER TJ1TO TO0MMEBrON . ?? .-..- w .-:-?*??? ^ jgaaassr; -'??;;?:-? - -:,'^'^ Murray-street, Gawler (between the Old Spot :G«)d^Soi4on6oiQini^--B- '' .'.. .. ... - 'iSs3ra«ti?&nd6d rasnyjpfeffc bi-iihe country,' * ' Pawler, February 21^1856. ' ' ;.: ^ .', LO '1J::-I;. $ ': -&?? .35 '-.-^ LrOKBrSEDSOEVBTO^ 3DA3JP AHB OOMMS . ' ?-'' .'? ' BK»f AGKHT, . .''.--' ..''.- '-.-. ?'. ' ;-.' ???::'^ArTP^T;1NJ3-:A.-..'. ;.;..,'.: --' '-.I Agencies at iLubuin, Ctere, aiid Bivarton. ... Honey to Iiendbn^FreehOTd Security. ' * , ic\,.:.. PO R TV % ACK^E S I i I* X-. , TO FAEMBBS ANB BEAIiEES. ' ANTHONY, A^ARTLEET, /Wheat-Buying and* General C^nnmisdon ; and' Forwarding Agents.- ?- Wheat' -imL other PrbSut»' received for«ae,^Stora^, or Shipment. Settler...

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A WEST HIGHLAND LEGEND. MACDONALD OF DUNAVERTY AND THE VIRGIN OF THE SOFT HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

A WEST HIGHLAND LEGEND. MACDONA1T) OF DTTKAVEETY AND THE VTEGIN OF THE SOFT HAIR. Of old, Ireland was divided into many small, kingdoms, and .each fring had supreme authority over his^ own division, At that era it happened that Mac-fionn, King of Antrim, w^ going7 with Caovala (Godr-mhala, u mUdbrov^*), the jewel, or 'virgin,; of toe 'soft hair, and heiress to his kingdom,- to a great feast which a re nowned chief on the other side of Ireland was giving 'to the potentates and nobles of the land. Mac-fionn had with him but a small retinue, as he did not expect any annoyance on his journey. As he was travellings through- a wide solitary moory who : met' hini but a; powerful savage man to whom Tie had formerly re fused to give his daughter in marriage. Tins was O'Docherty, King of Innisowen, who had with, him a strong force. : - Mac-fionn understood his intention, and drew up his own men in a circle, placing his daughter for protection in the midst. Mac-fionn was severely wounded, and ...

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Literature, Science, and Art. TORNADOES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

-»'— '?' i«''— —p»'»'^— »— ^— i ^ : ij^TG^NMk^^.^^';- ^ ^v Author *-f 'Sat^^^itsSraiiaaDL* &».:- The inhabitajaW of -'Jm eaitE ^are siib-j jected *to agencies whipE— -ben^6cial,i doabtlesBj in' tke long run^ ^ethapa ne-; cessai£ to the very existence of terrestrial races— appear, 4t lirst :!sl^bL%^ energetically; destructive. .? j3ucji ; -smS,; in.'. cicli'&P - of '; /ie-* struotiveness,- ijh$ ;ihnmcane, ! tib^T; ^sii^b. quake, '4&& volcano, and , .the- ihuiader stoniu- W&iif we read of earthquakes, snchy as tttose wlueh . overthrew JMbon^: Gallup, NglnjJ viUbbamha, pad. team that 1OO,-KK- perBona f ell vfctnW in the. great Sicilian ear^^naJffi in 1603, and prolbably three handled ^hpusand in the two earth quakes which ; ;assaiied Antioch ? in --tie-' yeari ; 526 and $12, *?*/?&& jKBpdf&iJL^tiO) assign »fc once .ip ihis'? deyastatBBg/pher': nomenon ihe foremost place a^aong ihe agents of destruction. But this judgment? ...

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EDUCATION BOARD. MONDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

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