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GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
GILBERT. March 2. — All present. Letters received from Crown Lands Office'; also, from Destitute Board ; also, from H. O. Kelly, Esq. , respect ing road near Hamilton. To be attended to immediately funds permit.' -Bank receipt for £39 15s. 101. laid on table. Mr. Fry requested some assistance towards obtaining prizes for . Biverton School, and requested attendance of Council at examination. £2 10s. granted in aid of same. Beceipts, £37 15s. 9i ; payments, £39 13s.
GLENELG CORPORATION. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
GLENELG OOftPORATION. ! t;ni(.:v--^'t ygW^ S^BEOJiS^S^-'31 5ic«ai , Present— The? Mtf^of,v«wtiat»llors Crook and Wight. Tenders ^aeee'f-teU-.— Putting seats i aroua**BeSigKtbo*iseiHp; v^Heft.--3ae^ -ife. ; : 8un8ly^ig--1poSl Hie»^3liesiwsi* fof ^)«Fyarls, ab W W-t£r ^SHT^fi., B*«^'-^e ySd¥'6f 2late BifitaL aL4s. J$pfeViSy£rd^ Bead a. report fipim tfi^^fe^cp^^^^resp^caLg^^uisailice a¥ K^lcW-bmc^f^ffiSRm^s-IVre^aBa i@ q*§sili% ^ie^^QaMl ?l;Q0!Tfcfi¥c¥-^e-1.T5w^ ; vJutMjr T^2iMUureiiaeu tp xuer ?ooveiiiuuemj *Hs medical aHSfeHfent^trtlftJ difilffi^&SF^Wji meats, £16 10s.
EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
EAST TORBENS. February 28.— Present— AIL Messrs. Moulds and Wotton reported old road dividing Sections Nob. 17 and 18 could bo made practicable by cutting through bill each side and filling ingully. Tenders accepted — Metalling road near Ander son's, John Moulds, £3 per chain ; supplying 100 yards of 2 J -inch metal, Wood's Hill-road, Wm. Giles, 4s. 5d. per yard ; metalling Cobble dickVroad, Wm. Sitters; £2 Us. per chain. Beceipte,. £5 15s. 3d. ; payments, £72 5s. 8d.
LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and Mr Justice Wearing.] ECCLESIASTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LAW COUNTS. ? ' ? ' - ^i ? ! ? - ? ' SUPREME COURT— IN BANCO. ? Fbidat, ^ebeuabtSS, ? . I Before His Honor theOkief Justice, ' and Mr - ? ' Justice Wearing.] 33CGLESI4SHCAL.' In the matter of John. RusselL An exparte application by Mr. Wigley for probate of a -will in this matter was, after a brief discussion, ordered to stand over for further evidence. [Before the Full Court] „' New Trials. gARITttRlT.T.A MINING fJOMPANY (LIMITED) V., STODABT. ''- ?? ' This was a motion for 'a new trial, and was partly heard at the last sittings of the Court. Mr. Thrupp aud , Sir. -Way. appeared for the Company; and Mr. Stow, Q-C, and Mr. Wigley for the defendant. Mr. Stow replied to the&rgumeut3 on the other side, and in doing so stated that that was an. action ' brought by the Karkarilla' Mining. Company (limited), against the defendant, ' for certain calls. The questions . which . the . Court . would consider was whether the calls were properly made ; whether the resolution for winding u...
IN BANCO. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Before the Full Court.] FA[?]RER AND ANOTHER V. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
IN BANCO. Tuesday, March 3. (Before the Full Court.] / FAEEEE AND ANOTHER V. WHITE. The argument in this case was continued this morning. Mr. Way resumed his argument, and proceeded to show; cause. He submitted that if the plaintiff had no legal title to the land he had a good equitable claim. He argued the matter at some length, quoting cases in support of his position. The Chief Justice remarked that he thought there should be a new trial, as he thouGrht that Derhans he had misdirected the ' Jury in putting the two kinds of evidence ,as if they were connected. Mr. Justice Gwynne and Mr. Justice Wearing concurred that there should be a new triaL Mr. Stow asked that costs should be costs in the cause. Afhessome dis?usdon, it was resolved to say nothing about costs. CLEGG V. HAWSON. . Mr. Palmer for the plaintiff, and Mr. Ingleby for the defendant. -Mr. Palmer moved that the rule which had been granted to show cause why the nonsuit should not be set aside and a trial had between the ...
SUPREME COURT CIVIL SITTINGS. CAUSE LIST. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Wearing.] TUESDAY, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
SpPBEME COUBT CIVIL SITTINGS. Cause List. ?--.'. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Wearing.] Tuesday. March 10. Downer1 — Gerner and -Another v. Van Hemert —Vardy. Scott— CouBi'n v. Schmuoker— :Bundey.- - . Parker— Parker v. Boberts^-Palmer. -????'? Wbdmbsdat,- Mabch 11. Way— Hamilton v. Angel — Parker. ' , Bruce— Platts v. Barnet— Way. Whitby- Fuller.v. Crawfoid— Cullen. ???- : THrtssDAY, Maech 12. Sandford — Macdonald v. Macnamee— Whitby. Parker — Burnet v. Grant — Defendant in. person. : ? . Whitby— Knuckey v. Chamberlain — Bruce. ? Feeday, Maboh13. Way — Boach v. District Council of Clare — Labatt. : Knox — Collins v. District Council of Hind marsh -Strangways. - -? ??:-'?'? Way— Delaney v. White— Whitby. -Tbbsda?; Maech 17. , - Way — Boach v.'.MacDermott— Bruce. (Special Juryiji Whitby — Fuller v. Coulls^— Downer. . ? Fenn — Dann v. Brougham— JMann. - ? ' Bruce-^-Cherry v; Colton— Way. -
INSOLVENCY COURT. MONdAY, MArCH 2. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
insolven6y court. Monday, Maech is. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] In be William: Hamlyn.— An adjourned final hearing.' The Accountant reported as fol lows i—' Liabilities, £128 2s. 3d. ; assets, bad debts, £2 3s. lid. The insolvent is a licensed teacher ; he has ten),- authentic records of the income he .has made, which is accounted for as follows ir— During. 186Q, .school ,,fees and grant, £43 8s. 5d. ; 1861, £96 12s. 8a. ; 1862, £105 2s. li ; 1863, £81 3s. ; 1864, £64 2s. 3d, ; 1865, i£3I 19s. 3d. ; 1866, £92 6s. 3d. ; 1867,^84 2s.7d.-r £598 16s. 6& There is no; Record of the insolvent's expenses, but ''he states that with the exception of a loss of £12 15s. the re mainder £714 3s. 9d. has been spent in living. Deficiency in the estate £128 2s. 3d,' There was no opposition, and the insolvent was awarded a second-class certificate. IN be John Daniel.— Final hearing. Mr. Robinson for the insolvent; Mr. Hatchett for the assignees. The Accountant -put in the foll...
COUNTRY NEWS. BUCHSFELDE, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
gCQq|!ff%;^E^^ . I.. W ' ' [From ©^'Country Cori^ondenjts.]; ;a BUCHSFEEDE, MaecS 5. , ,; On Sunday last 1Mb district was enveloped ina-thorough. duststorm throughout the whole of ,the day/ and, with the intenselheat, it was trot very agreeable. ' The heat these last* few * dayB has been most oppressive. Sires have' be^: burning here in all directio jib, and the clearing of the stubble lands has now Com menced. _ Fanners have almost completed tneir '? woodeaxting, ? so , that- Aiow- $he plough wfll1£e brought into operation.— The only topicyof ^con versation is the ensuing election of representa tr^ for Parliament/ and itfeio be lioped that our country- friends will exercise their franchise more generally thai hitherto. ^There.is nothing of any import to7 note, ^the traffic on the roads beinglbnt very little. ... :??':-.- ?':''. '.. ' ' ilMISS YAil;;MA»CH 4. On Monday evening last, the Finnlss Vale Institute, whioh has been closed during the bnBy season of the year, was re-opened.^:...
THE EXPEDITION TO ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
THE EXPEDITION TO ABYSSINIA. England generally manages in the long run to get through a war, whether great or small, with credit to herself and serious damage to her foe. But it must be confessed that, notwithstanding the exorbitant cost of the army and navy, a war generally finds her unprepared. There is always some point at which pre liminary arrangements break down ; something is forgotten. Divided re sponsibility and conflicting duties lead to a muddle. The Horse Guards and the War Office are never in harmony, and the Commissariat, ably as it may ye managed, requires time to get into full working -order. Our readers must recol lect the disgraceful mess into which the Crimean army got during the first few months before Sebastopol, and until the nation was fully aroused to a sense of its fearful responsibility for the lives of brave men who fell, not before the swords of the enemy, but from sheer mismanage ment, nothing was done. Then when official neglect, blundering, and muddle ...
DISTRICT COUNCILS ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
DISTRICT GQU^OILS ALDINGA. Present— AIL Letter from Mr. F. McBae, requesting repairs done to road leading past his place. 'Chairman and Mr. R McBae to examine and report. Application from eight ratepayers to have 1£ chains of road made near Jasper Pridham's. Place to be examined and reported on. Application signed by 10 ratepayeis re. questing Council to take steps to'have fences' round lagoon put in theii proper places. Clerk to serve notice on Mr. Wl Chenoweth to remove his fence to proper line. Each member to as certain what roads in eacli ward may be closed, and report at. next ineeting. Tenders accepted '— Fprmrng and 'making road at D. Stewart's, W. Perkins, ^9 18s. ; &Umg ruts on Loud's Hill (north porfipn), H. Sullivan, £5; do. south portion, P. McDonald, ~£5 15s. ; do. near J. McKenzieV, Eli Hart,.: £2 lZs. Works ordered— Making piece of road south of Section 199, spoon drain at' McCalluia's, and one at F. McEae's. Payments; £$2 15s. : receipts, £48 5fl.'9d,.. '. ''...
FREELING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
FREEING; ^ There is some enquiry as to who your Free-' ling correspondent is. Suffice it to Bay, that he is not unlike the man about town ; he will not circulate a libel about anybody, but speak the trath boldly.— The sad news of the death of our late sespected Governor has cast a gloonij over the minds of all in this neighborhood.— We are agreeably surprised at the Commission ; of the Peace being conceded to Mr. Krager of ; this place, as it will, .give prestige to Kreeling as well as a convenience to the inhabitants.— Election matters are in a blessed state -of uncer tainty. It is said . three local men.will contest , this district, namely, Messrs. Bafro'w, Shannon, and -White. Local men will be sure ^command large support. Mr, .Barrow on account *-f his. views on the land question ; Mr. Shannon having friends all over the district, will have great support if aeis-not victorious. Land question will.be -the.: great stumbling ilock. Mr! White being liberal on that' question,' and an...
ALEXANDRINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
ALEXANDRINA. February 29.-rPresent— All but Mr. P&yy. Four iende'R received for removing and breaking stone fontfwjMride on road near Mr. Yelland'a. Mr. WiUJam Bt^son\ 10s. per chain, accepted. Mr. Martin to:«ee howy many stamps ? on : road near Mr. B^topfs, the same to be cleared pro vided the Brei^r District -clear their portion of said road. Letter of explanation received from the -Chief- Secretary, relative to his statement in the public papers wita regard to the published returns for the district which was taken to be another district Circular received from Crown Lands Office, relative to new forms for grant in-aid of rates. Payments, £1.
LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LOCAL COURT—GAWLEB. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner! S.M.1 Roedigee v. Schlunke. — Interpleader. Louisa, Wilhelm, and. Gottlieb Ischerischer, claimants. Mr. Daly for claimants ; Mr. RudaU for execution creditor (Mi. G. C. Roediger.) Mr. Daly haying opened the case, called Martin O'Halloran, who proved deed of assignment from Frederick Schlunke to claimants of (amongst other chattels) the articles claimed. Indenture was put in and read. Wil helm Ischerischer stated — I was in Gawler selling some wheat on 27th February last. I sold it. I had with me two horses and a waggon and harness. They were taken from me that day by the bailiff. I signed the deed produced The two bay horses branded S on the near shoulder, one German waggon and harness men tioned in the deed, were the articles taken. The horses were a long time on the farm before the execution of the deed. There were seven horses altogether. I sold one. I worked on the farm for F. Schlunke. - I have also worked for othe...
LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. H. E. Downer, S.M., O. K. Richardson and W. J. Magarey J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LOCAL COURT— ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 4. . PUMi JUBIBDIGXION. [Before Messrs. JJ. E. Downer, S.M., O. K. Rifihar^HCtn and W. .T. ' Wacarev ' .T.P''«.l Two unsatisfied judgments were disposed of in the usual manner. ' Pabkeb and OTHEBS V. SfoOPEB. — With drawn by plaintiffs. : Crouch v. Black. — Action for £24, for money lent by the plaintiff to the defendant. Mr. Bruce for the plaintiff : Mr. Wigley for the defendant, who denied the -debt, and also ajleaded a set-off for coods suunlied. and board. lodging, &lc. Judgment for plaintiff,. £13 2s. Wald v. Fishee.— The plaintiff claimed £20 lls., being the balance due for 62 days' work at 9s. a day as a carpenter, done for or guaranteed by the defendant, and- for money paid for nails and coach -hire. . Mr. Moulden for plaintiff ; Mr. Bruce for defendant, pleaded the general issue. Judgment for plaintiff, £11 Is. ; ' . An auctioneer's licence was granted to Mr. W. St. L. Gordon, Adelaide. ' , - [Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., here took M...
LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Before Mr. J. B. Shepherdson. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LOCAL COUET-^MOONTA, *Bn)AY, J!EBBUABY 21. [Before Mr. J. B. SheDherdson. S.M.1 Andbew v. Pabamatta Mining Company. — Claim for ? for miners' picks. Mr. Bloxam, for defendants, pleaded the general issue. Plaintiff said about the 29th December, last Joseph Lane, their agent of the mine, came to bis smith's shop and ordered 5 cwt. of picks, at 7d. per 1b. He Baid he did not require them all at once, : as he did not wish to make the cost-sheet too heavy. -He (witness) delivered 2 cwt., and received payment. Captain Lane promised to tell him when he should deliver the balance. Shortly after this he was dismissed from the mine, and Captain Warren appointed his successor. Captain Warren came to wit ness's shop for some nails. Told him about the order. He replied that they were fools to order so much. Shortly after this saw him again, when he said he did not want the picks, as he had a smith on the mine. Again saw him about the picks, and he said witness had better see Mr. Square. The next...
LOCAL COURT—NORMANVILLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Before Messrs. B. F. Laurie, S.M., J. Heathcote, J.P., and F. Ransford, J.P.] CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LOCAL COURT— NORMANVILLE. Wednesday, Febbuaby 26: [Before Messrs. B. F. Laurie, S.M., J. Heath cote, J.P., and F. Ransford, J.P.] nRrMTNAT,. - Lahoeny.— If. Long and John Long, his son, on the information of Mr. S. Herbert, were committed to the Supreme Court for trial for stealing a lamb and sheep bell, the property of the said informant, on Sunday, January 26th. Mr. Lowe appeared for the prisoners, who were let out on bail. Assaulting a Constable.— John Dunn was charged by Police-trooper O'Neil, with having violently assaulted him while in the execution of bis duty, on the occasion of the opening of the new Yankalilla Jetty, on the 7th instant. He pleaded guilty, and wts fined £3 and costs, in all, £6 2s., in default of payment, two months' imprisonment. The finewas paid. Abusive Language. — Thomas Jones was chaaged by Michael McGaffin, with using abu sive language to him, and challenging him to fight at Yankalilla on the 8th instant. Defen dant did not appear. , Information heard...
LOCAL COURT—PORT AUGUSTA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. Stephen King, S.M., and Thomas Burgroyne, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
LOCAL OOURT— PORT AUGUSTA. JSTUDAY, tfEBBUABY VS. LIMITED JUBISDICTION. [Before Messrs. Stephen King, S.M., and Thomas Bursrovne. J.P.I Hobsey v. Mackay.— Information for as sault. From the evidence it appeared the in formant went to defendant's house by appoint ment, and it was alleged had been influencing his servants, and that he had ordered the in formant out, but not going as quickly as he wished, he had pushed him out. This proved the assault, and a fine of 10s, was inflicted with costs, in all 30s. Richard Baker was fined 5s. for bang drunk in Port Augusta on the previous day, and in default of payment, committed for three days to the lock-up. The prisoner was removed in custody. Wabben and Anotheb v. T. Y. Cottee. — Store account for £100. Again adjourned to next Court day for want of jurisdiction. Neither party appeared when called. Eldeb v. Beck.— For £27 9s. Id., goods supplied and cash paid on account of defen dant. The parties did not appear. Adjourned to next Court day...
VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868
VICTORIA. Melbourne. March 2. Mr. D. Randall has had an interview with Mr; McCuUoch, Chief Secretary, on the wine question. He . is decidedly favorable to an arrangement of inter colonial duties. Melbourne, March 3. At auction candles were withdrawn for , 12 jd. privately. . Breadstufts are firm. Flour, £17 to £17 10s. ; wheat, 7s. 6d. Small sales of geneva. (V.H.) have been made at 43s. Rum is firm at 4a. 6d. for 30 o.p. Melbourne, March 4. CMMINAL SETTIlfGS. McCann, for embezzlement, is sentenced to two years' imprisonment. Cunningham, for the Keilor murder, death without hope of mercy. ;';,' Wardrop, for fraud, is remanded for evidence as to character. John Williams, for rape, is condemned to death without hope of mercy. Melbourne, March 5. Wardrop has been sentenced to one year's imprisonment. Thompson and Jones, of TattersalTs, have been acquitted of robbing Langlands. Advices from Adelaide and Sydney have had an improving effect on the flour market. .Sales of Victorian have be...