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INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [From our Special Reporter.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. :- VIGTOSIA. [From pur Special Reporter. 1 , Anotber quiet week Bas seen passed, in com mercial circles. Bfeparations for (tie outgoing maildiaving occupied ihe^attention of merchants during fee past lew days. ; There has been mo inclination evinced to enter^iponany newbnsi-' ness. In fact, generally business is dulL The breadstuff's market icontinftes yery firm, Jana more business would be done were it not that holders are determined not to giro way. f^Quota tions are from £17 3s. ^0 £17 10s. per ton.jandl have heard of small sales «t J217 15s. Wieat is Very scarce and wanted. There is very little, coming forward, and the prices asked are very highland advancing^ A considerable sale wai sffeoted jyest8rday.ftt 7s. J6d^mer bushel, under which norgo^ sample is. ODMnRble.^ tMtsare better, «ad4&. pet bushel.is panted for them? A lot was floidyesierdayatSfl. li^/Asm&U business? is being ^done -in aiaize for -small lots, at— 4s. Liquors continue ...
SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
-???*?-- -r:u r-?-: SHEP/BIAILS. i 'r -.???. ?; ! i : .. General Post-Omoe, 'Adelaide, - '??:- ? Saturday. March. 7. v, Mails willbedispatchedastinder^-1 : . .- ? For Victoria, New South Jfflalea, Queensland, Tasmania; and New.Zealandjr u by the Penola, steamer, via Robe, to Melbourne, this day, Saturday, March: 7, at 3 :p;v£ ;: by the Coo rong,, steamer,; to Melbourne, on Tuesday, March 10, at 1.10 p.m. Money orders- at 1 Pirn, and 12.30 p.m. respectively. For California, South Pacific &c, per steamer as above, at 2 p.m. and 12 noon respectively. - ' For Port Augusta and Port Lincoln^ by the Iiubra, steamer, this day, 5atur4ay, March 7, at 3.15 p.m. ''* J '
COMMERCIAL. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
; OQMMERQI^Ia. ^ ]i ? iWtoEEKLY EPITOME. .,- Advertiser a.ndCh^6nt^'e!O&-ks,:i . . . Friday evening, March ft ??', .; IGeKEBM, MEBCHATKDISE.-^The import market has continued very dull throughout Jhe week, and trade generally bus been, anytbing bttt briak. The intensely hot weather we^aye experienced!, and the' attention givsn to the out-going mau, together with the holding of 'Jhe Agricultural Show, '^ave no doubt somewhafc re^aricted busi ness operations.' ;Thefe have been no sales of importancEsinceour last -report, and the pur chases 'made have chiefly been of a hand to m'ouTth character. .... -.,- The share market during the week has not been brisk. Several parcels of National Banks and Bank of: Adelaide, iave been offered at a Bhade Under f quotations, but no buyers bave come) forward. Mbontas could be bought at £125; Kadina and Wallaroo .Railways have changed bands, at £11 lOs. ; Wiieal Hughes, 10s. 6d. ; Adelaide Life, 10s. to 10s. 8d. ; Ade laide Marine, a considerab...
MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
MTTCHAM. '. . . March 2. — All1 present. Clerk instructed to see the District Solicitors to settle claim for compensation of Mr. Welsh, Coromandel Valley, for portion of his section that had been used as a road. Letter from Mr. T. H. Aylifife, urging the necessity of providing metal for road leading to his premises before rains -set in. - To be attended to when in funds. /Letter from Mr. J. H. Parr, complaining of the dangerous posi tion of heaps of metal fronting Parkside. Sur veyor to get the metal spread. Memorial from inhabitants of Mitcham, -complaining that the Council had given 'permission- to Mr. John . Simmons, of Blythwood, to fence in a portion of the Brownbill Creek Eeserve. and praying the Council to rescind that permission. Beport without foundation. ' The Surveyor, reported several works proceeding satisfactorily; Received from Messrs. Evans and Coatea £24 12s. 6d., amount of private subscriptions towards new road, Upper Start Receipts, £38 13s. 6d.; payment-, £173 2s...
KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
KAPTTNDA. February 29.— Present — ^The' Chairman (Mr. Jeffs), and Councillors Hazel and Windebanir. Work done at Allen's Creek; and Bagot's Well passed for payment. . Six tenders received for making a crossing over the creek near the Kail way Station, ranging from £12 to £19 15s. ; Hugh Bawden's, for £19 15s., accepted. Clerk to call for tenders for crossing near ~ Badge's Farm, Boss's Ward. .Keceived, letter from Geotge Bawden, requesting -to have twelve stumps removed from his - road;::, granted. Memorial from several .ratepayers .-requesting fome repairs on the Stockport-road ; Clerk to inspect and report. Letter from Mr. Craig, re questing to have a crossing made and some stumps removed ; Clerk to inspect and report. Clerk to examine and report on some repairs needed near Murphy's, and some near Saun dera' Sections, Invermay Ward. Payments, £19 9s. ; receipts, £17.
NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
NOARLUNGA. March 2.— Present— Messrs. J. Clark (Chair man), G. Yates, P. .Lumb, P. Bell, and G. Radford. Clerk reported rates received to date, £60 8s. Letter from Crown Lands Office re certificate of title for old road closed, Section 317, &c., and requiring receipt for equality of exchange; to be forwarded. ' Letter from Crown Lands Office respecting arrears of rates for year ending June 30th, 1868; Clerk to reply. Correspondence with Crown Lands Office respecting grant in aid of rates for current year; former application to be with drawn, and a fresh one substituted up to the 15th instant. Letter from Central Road Board, consenting to pay half cost of junction between main and- district roads at Hackham ; tenders to bs ealled at onee. Messrs. Lumb and Radford to expend £4 in making watering -plate at Sykes's Creek, and not more than £7 in making culvert or spoondrain near Mr. Wilson's. Forler and Haskell's offer to supply, and fix second pile braces,, struts, -bolts, &...
NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
NAIRNE. March 2. — All present. Clerk made a financial statement, showing that only £6 16s. had been paid in, whilst the overdraft at the Bank was now £110 6s. 6d., and that it was necessary for the present to stop all works th:tt would have to be paid for in cash. Resolved to discharge all men but the foreman and those working out their rates. Each Councillor to be supplied with list of those in their respective wards who owed rates. Thos. Tillett's claim for compensa tion for attending with water-cart at bush fire not entertained. A. Lake's resignation, of office of Poundkeeper at Kanmantoo accepted. John Ryder appointed in his place. ' J. Bogers's childreii to be placed on ^destitute list. Surveyor reported on the deviation at Section 1815 that ,the work undertaken by Radford, if carried out in its entirety, would require about 1,000 cubic yards of earthwork. Instructed to see that only what is absolutely required to make the road passable be done for tbe present. Also, that trob...
MUDLA WIRRA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
MUDLA WIRRA SOUTH. March 2.— Present — Messrs. H. E. Bright, jun. (in the chair), Barufield, Winckle, and Everett. John Foot, destitute, granted a fort night's rations awaiting a reply to communica tion to Destitute Board. Several accounts for payment to stand over till the: Council are in unds. Letter from. Commissioner of Crown Lands, relative to settlement of accounts be tween the two Coun ils of; North and South Mudla Wirrain connection' with the division of the district ; Clerk* to reply. , Clerk to sum mons defaulting ratepayers for the year ending June 30, 1866 7. Beceipts,£2 12a. 4i
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — In referring to the above subject little apology is required at the present time, since it must occupy the attention of many minds in -our comnnraity, and as there is every prospect that the colony will be sacrificed to the hesitation or timidity of the Government, it is the more necessary that the public should express an opinion immediately and unmistakeahfy. The delay which has occurred in surveying the land sold has given an opportunity to the purchaser to raise an outcry for the repayment of the ouTchase money, although the time men tioned in the Act for selection has not expired. It should not, however, be forgotten, that the delay has been occasioned by the holders of land orders aad their agents who were active in in ducing the' Government to suspend the surveys until a thorough examination of the country and coast line was made. This has only jus j been completed in accordance with their wishes, and there appears now to be no dif...
THE BALLOT-BOX. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
THE BALLOT-BOX. TO THE EDITOE. Sir — The letter of your correspondent on ' the unprotected state of the ballot-box' recalls to my recollection a precisely similar case, at which I was myself present, upon the occasion of the last election for the district of Sturt. In that case I was acting as scrutineer for one of the candidates, and the Returning Officer requested me to witness the closing and sealing of the box at the.close of the poll, upon which occasion he used a half-crown piece for the purpose of a seaL Although I made no remark at the time, I certainly thought it a very unsafe mode of ensuring the secrecy which the principle of the ballot is capable of at taining. lam, Sir, &&, One Equally Jealous of the Ballot-Box.
THE COMING ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
THE COMING ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR «? Sir — Never at any previous period has a South Australian Parliament had so many important measures to grapple with as the coming Parlia ment. Never had the constituencies a greater right .or more urgent occasion to questioa their would-be representatives on their views of public matters. Never has the colony been placed in so close a. proximity to bankruptcy. Never have the public in general expected so much from that august body. Such being the case, the following test questions might be sub mitted with propriety to all candidates for legislative honors : — 1. What are your views with regard to a new Land Bill, taken in connection with immigra tion? 2. What are your views as to the Northern Territory ? Shall the colony pay a quarter of a million, more or less, for this bungling job? How can we escape from the horns of the dilemma in which we are now placed ? 3. What are your views with regard to a new Insolvency Bill ? Oh, for another Torrens...
THE FUTURE LAND ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
THE FUTURE LAND ACT. TO THE EDITOB. Sir — I beg to suggest a mode of a future deal ing with the waste lands, which I believe to be a good and simple one. Not that I mean to say that ray plan may not be amended or modi fied, but I think that it embraces the principal features of a new Land Act, which, while being beneficial tothe'farnier, the real occupant of the land, will at the same time not do any injustice to those who have bought at a higher price under the present Act. It is true some have paid enormous prices for their land, but such cases I cannot contemplate now as a guiding star to a more liberal land law as it suggests itself to every impartial person, or as I ought to say, as it forces itself upon one's mind at pre sent, the old system being no longer adapted to the progress of the colony. FEATURES OF NEW LAND ACT. L Government to keep a sufficient quantity of land surveyed, in sections of 120 acres or more, in the different parts of the colony, avail able for everybody....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
To * Merchants, Grocers; * Storekeepers. . and .372 C&ESTSnNEST CONGOUS: 684 HALF-CHESTS DO. . JL areiSnateacied to sell,at tlieir Mart, on tuMd&y, March 10, at 11 o'clock — ??.'. 1,200'Boxes -Extra Fine CONGOU '68i half-chests '.' do, \: .- .do. - 372 chests do. :: Vdo. , dr ??? ?r PRELIMINARY NOTICE. * BY ORDER OE THE MORTGAGEE. - ON .'A BAY TO BE NAKED. 1,168 ACRES IN THE /HUNDRED t)F : :?-. ALEXANDRINA. j *po WNSEisrbv bgt to«^ & £^ JL ?'? are favored with instructions to sell bj Mutton, at their Matt, on a Hay to be named— -. 15 Secnons in the Hundred of ALBXAN DRINA, containing i;l!68 acres, vreUmtuated on the LOWER ?FINNISS, and known as the property of MnEwen McDonald. ? ;jr-- Tar&e^partacoiars shortly. ?[? ;x ^^TUESDAT^ SU^iO, .a¥2d\aoek. -, ;,AT THEf^^''Bfj$J, YARDS. ' DRILLS, DOBBINS. .-_ ,. t -„. - '-- : ? ? THE EXTENSIVE PLANT. jf «HE PfiOPEETTOFTHE WB&IJK&QWN: CONTRACTORS, MESSRS. HAYNES AND 'aimms.'';'; .' ',' =v';;:;\.^...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
HP.At.TTT WiR A SHIIitING HOLLOWAY^ PILLS. FRIENDS AND FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN. Most of you now residing at - the Antipodes have no donbt often seen your parents use these Household Medicines both for you and them ttolves ; yon and' your children wOl act wisely u following their example. Thomas HortowAT. BliaAHGEMEST OF THE BOWELS, LCTSB AND V; .-?:.; STOBCAOH COMPLAINTS. ' . J ' This Medicine is so well known in every part ox. the world, and the cures effected by its use' 3^e£p wonderful as to astonish every one' Its pre-eminence as a remedy for bilious 'and 'fiver' complaints and vderangement of the stomach and bowels iB'no longer a matter of dispute or doubt. In these diseases the beneficial effects of Holloway-8 invaluable Pills are so permanent and extensive that the whole system is reno-: vafed, the organs of digestion strengthened, Aad- full and easy assimilation promoted, so that b(|th' physical and moral 'energy-are, increased.' - ' DKTEEMIHATION OP BLOOO TO THE HEAD. i.Tbis s ge...
CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
OAMPBEM.TOWN'. March 2.— Present— Messrs. Anderson. Am. ber, Hill, Ward, and ; Walters. Mr. Walters was elected Chairman. , . All outstanding ac counts to.be paid. JClerk to be retained for next year. Clerk to make necessary enquiries for correction of assessment, and get copy, ready on Monday next, when Council will meet for re vision of the same. Business' meetings of Council to be held second ;and last Mondays in each month, at 5 o'clock p.m.,' at the Paradise Hotel Accounts paid, £40 19s.