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

AMERICA. The American Congress have decided to merge the five military commands in the South into one. General Hancock has issued a military order declaring a determination to uphold the civil autho rities'; -~. The Law Courts have deprecated the military rule. The -President has proposed in Con gress to thank General Hancock, but he was opposed, and failed. New York, January U. Gold, $135.80 to $137. Flour is dull and declining. Quota tations, $8.90 to $15.50 per barrel, ac cording to brand and quality. Wheat is $2.50 to $3.20 per bushel. San Francisco, Jan. 1. The markets are unchanged. Great damage has .been done to the shipping in San Francisco by severe storms. ' ? ?' ?

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. Sydney, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

TELEGRAPHIC N EWS. [From Messrs. Greville & Co. {Renter's Agents) ? '.' ' . to S. A. Advertiser.] ABBIVAL TME PAHAMA MAIL. Sydney, March 2. The Rakaia arrived to-night from Wel lington (N.Z.), with London dates \-f cable to January 10.' ENGLAND. Documents have been seized at the Fenians7 head-quarters in Pariffl^; showing a conspiracy against England There was a plan for burning the Channel Fleet. : An unsuccessful attempt has been made to;blowuptheDufejtoPost-Office. Letters containing . explosive materials were ad dressed to leading officials, and one police man was fruitfully mangled. . No satisfactory evidence has yet been addacca against the perpetrators of th* Clerkenwell outrage. There is positive evidence that Living stone is alive and well. ; London, January JO. Consols, 92. : The demand for wools has been re stricted throughout the year ; neverthe less the London market has been well cleared. . Prices 3d. lower than the end, of last year. Liverpool, January 10. Cot...

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

FRANCE. The Emperor Napoleon has abandoned the Conference on the Roman question.

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

THE ELECTIONS: COUifTRT : t , DISTRICTS. . Candwhrixs , -Jonis Parliament, Election £gep&s,,aivlih& Constituencies generally; are informed that every description ofEleciioti Pointing can~T-e had at the Offices of. the Advertiser and ''. Chronicle' on fhe most fdporoible-i^tfnsj and executed in a manner, which will rust fail to give perfect satisfac tiori: ? ? ?'?'? ?'- ? ? :- : '? ?'.- ????-??'??'i:i

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THE Chronicle and Mail. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1868. SHRIVELLED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

?: ??' ? v ?' THE ~ ;'. '.' /' SATURDATi MARCH 7, 1«68, SHRIVELLED WHEAT. Wjs are induced, from the great impor tance of the subject, to trouble -our country readers *vith a few more words about sowing shrivelled wheat for; next season's crops. TJus junction is one to which the Wheat Commission have devoted special and continuous attention. On this subject ihey haye'cpllected infor mation from all quarters, and . the result is— an all but unanimous verdict in favor of soiling the shrivelled grain. . It is not merely the opinion of chemiBts, and theorisers ; their opinions haveheen taken,, but they have been checked and tested by the experimental observations of scores of ; practical : farmers. And with what result ? Why simply : this— that the shrivelled grain will- sprout as well and grow as well .as./'-aaj other grain. Plain, farmers .who make no pre-. tence to science tell us that tiiey don't know; how^ : it is^ -bnt they know that it is so.' Scientific men will not only tell you...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 29. The Assembly, after a very long debate, have refused — by the casting : vote of the Speaker— to rescind the reso lution previously arrived at for prose cuting Lee and Macpherson. Sydney, March 2. There was a huge fire in Sydney yester day, at 2 o'clock. Holdsworth's store, in George-street, is still burning furiously. |_SECONE*TELEGBAM. ] Holdsworth's store is completely de stroyed. The estimated damage done to building and stock is £10,000. He is in sured in several offices. Three firemen have been injured. ; Sydney, March 3. The Sailors' Home picnic has been postponed until the 12th. Breadstnfls and sugars are improving. The Irightfoothas arrived from Van converts Island with timber. Sydney, March 5. H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh landed at Newcastle yesterday morning. He was most enthusiastically received. A procession and levee., took place. He left f or Morpeth at 3 o'clock the same day. . Sydney, March 6. Some of the Botany Waterworks were m...

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GAWLER. March 6, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

GAWLER. March 6, 10 p.m. fFrom our Special Reporter.] Santo addressed the electors at the Oddfellows' Hall to-night. There were between 90 and 100 present. The chair was taken by the Mayor of Gawler. A resolution in favor of Santo was carried with only one dissentient.

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NEW ZEALAND. Melbourne, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

NEW ZEALAND. Melbourne, February 29. The New Zealand papers strongly sup port tha Panama service, in opposition to the leader in the Arg-as of February 4. The 20th was observed at Dunedin as a day of solemn prayer and humiliation, consequent upon the destruction of life and property by the recent floods. All the public offices, with the exception of the Custom-House, were closed. ? ? ?

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

; IMPOUNDING NOTICES. fF&m the Government Gazette, Maroh 5.] HINDMARSH (nearest Post-Office, Hind marsh). Willkm Brooker, Poundkeeper — One bay horse, shod all round, branded like ti with B over and R under near shoulder, and DxL off shoulder. If not .claimed,* will be sold March 30, 1868, at noon, MACCLESFIELD (nearest Post-Office, Mac clesfield), Thomas H Allen, Poundkeeper — One grey mare, branded DS near shoulder, shod all round, if not claimed, will be sold March 30, 1868, at noon. , Y 3IINTARO, John Erigg*, Pbundkeeper— One dark grey horse, switch tail, branded OP with 5 under or CP with 5 under on the near shoulder, CW on the top of near rump. If not claimed, will be sold March 30, 1868, at nocn. POLTALLOCK,. Section 957 (nearest Post Office, East Wellington, Leonard Lovegrovo, Poundkeeper — One chesnut colt, three white feet, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold March 9, 18C8, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. ? SALISBURY, Allotment No. 2 (nearest Post Offi...

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ELECTION MEETING AT MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

ELECTION MEETING AT MOONTA. A meeting was held at the Globe Hotel on Mondar, March 2, to hear Mr. P. B. Coglin ex pound his political sentiments. Mr. John Beer, jun., occupied tbe chair, and, having stated the object of the gathering and expressed the hope that the meeting wl/uld give Mr, Coglin a fair and impartial hearing, and calmly discuss each question. Mr. Coglin was greeted with loud and pro longed applause on rising to address the meet ing. He said he was happy to meet so many of his old friends, and he was there in answer to the requisition which he had received, asking him to represent the district in the House of Assembly. That district having been h'S. first love, he repFed he would return, and there he was to expound his principles and answer any ques . tibns they might please to ask him to the best of ! his power. Before he left this district and lost the last election, he did his best for. the district, and after he went into the House for the Dis trict of the light, ...

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

-X- ??'-??-' :':?'^i!ia«9:-3iiiye?'-'i':S;/ ' '?' ' ? .. - Sir— We -;-$#?; TO&eifeignejIj ; -Hectors of the District of -Gumerai^a, believing that your high character and your liberal opinions/ together with the fact that you hold a large laiided in terest in the DiBtrictj^render you «xeeedingly ?well qualified to represent tia in the House of Assembly, hereby respectfully request that you -mil allow ;- yourself ; to be nominated at the coming Election as aCan&idate- for the Hepre sentation of the*DisMct, aiid that in the mean time you - 'will kindly convey to the ^Electors an expressuni of your views on the leading politi cal questions of the day. -?-?'?-_ . Chas. Watson John R. Smart Peter little ffm., Roberts John Paul! - Edmund Roberts- Alex. Kirk ?-?'???-— ? PaulBoberts Richard Podgson Bobert MeEwm \ William Boyle T; Runoldt LudwigKoop RdbfcS. Kelly - William White v 'J.B;«andell A. Stoneham A W. Hamilton = James Butler E.S. Welch r Charles Weatphal' Jno. E. Bre...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

--.,.... j|j^w^y TME TABLES^ T i Adelaide/toPort ;:— 7.3Q~%W; JHO, 12.0,X4a t3.30,A^,'8.0.^Simaays;^.bi:i.3b,-a3d,-5.30. t Port to Adelaide :— 8.20, 10.0,^12.0, L40, 2.30, 14.30, 6.15, 9.O.— Sundays— l^.0, 2.20, 4.3Ov;«.3O. j ~ ' . NOETHERN RADOTAT. 7 V: '7 ':. i ' iiOWS TJBAINSI .'?.. ' ; lAdelaide ... ^..J -7.H li.45 4.30 iNorth Adelaide ... 7. 4 1L49 4.34 iDryCreek... „.' 7.20 — 4.50 Balisbury ... ... 7.35 12.20 5. 5 J3mitl»fieid... ?.. 7.50 12.35 5.20 GawlerTawn ...J 8.10 . 12.55- J _5.40 ! i ??- :? - ---???- Goods ohlyi- - Gawler Town ... \ 8.2p I — I 5.50 S'»eling ,.. ... j 8.45 r — | -6.15 Bosewprthy '. '^..4 9.15 1 — 4-6.46 Sipunda ? I 9.45 | — | 7.15 Kapunda _. ... 7. t) -— ' 4.30 Fords ... .... 7.10 — 4.40 Freeling ? X30 — 5.0 Roseworthy ... 7.4S — 5.18 Sawler ... ... 8. 5 — 5.35 : : - . Mix. Trains. Gawler ... ... 8.15 L30 I 5.45 Smithfield ... 8.39 L45 I .6. 0 Salisbury ... ... 8,45 2. 0 6.15 Dry-3reek ;„ 9. 0 — - €.30 North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 6.46 Adelaide ... ... 9...

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QUEENSTOWN AND ALBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

QUEENSTOWN, AND ALBERTON. February 24. — Present— Messrs. S. Wilson (Chairman), W. Short, and S. Surge. Memorial signed by nine ratepayers, calling the Council's attention to nuisance occasioned by furious dog keptonthe premises of Mr. John O'Meally, being often at large and rushing at passers by; Bangers to take such action as might be neces sary in the matter. Mr. Todd reported amount of rates collected by him to date in Queens town, £28; Alberton. £8 10s. 6d. ; total, £36 18s. 6d. Letter dated 12th February, from Gro?ra Lands Office, requesting returns ; Chair man reported he and Clerk had forwarded the return.' Letter from. Crown Lands Office, dated 21at February, enclosing new form for rendering claims for grants-in-aid of rates to 31st December last, at d henceforth quarterly^ Rates of each ward to be banked to separate accounts in future; that the Clerk instruct Collector to that effect. Expenditure of each ward be kept in separate accounts by Clerk. Payments, £23 lps. -lid.<...

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

STOCKPORT. March 3. — Present— Chairman and Council lors O'Dea and' Young. Davis's tender for clearing stumps and filling hole, near flagstaff, for £3 10s., accepted. Chairman to sue Ford for money expended by Council on h-s son. Ranger to proceed against Hill for burning stubble without complying with provisions of Stubble Burning Act. Clerk to notify sufferers by the late fire that fencing stuff may be had gratis on application to Chairman of District Council from the waste lands of the district, and also from the Hundreds of Dalkey and Hall, for the purpose' of repairing burnt fences only.

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

TALUNGA. February 24. — Present — Messrs. Randell (Chairman), Phiilis, Cornish, Eglinton, and Walker. Letter from J. A. Nelson, informing Council that through meeting with an accident be should not be able to' complete contract near Mr. F. Hannaford's. J. Tregeaple's, the next lowest tender, was accepted, Mr. F. Hannaford offering to pay Is. 3d. of the extra cost. Mr. A. Greig applied to have culvert and embank ment fenced in Gosden's paddock, and offered to fence it for 3s. a rod. Agreed to. Tenders : — Metalling near Mr. W. Cornish's (7), A. Weinert, £i 15s. per chain, accepted ; rebuilding Gumeracha Footbridge (4), A. Weinert, £15 10a, accepted; widening ford near H. Davison's (3), John Harvie, £15, accepted. Mr. A. Francis offered to cart and deliver 250 yards of stone, at Is. 3d. per yard ; and Mr. J. Cooke 150 yards at the same price. Both accepted. Mr. W. Wegener offered to repair road near A. Hen sell's for £3. Accepted. Tenders to be called for gravelling eight chains of ro...

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

WALKERVILLE. ?February 24. — Present— Messrs. E. Smith (Chairman), Eggers, Earl, Ball, and Huntley. setter from Crown Lands Office, dated 2 1st February, with copy of new form enclosed for rendering claims on Government for grants in aid; also, one dated 12th February, stating grants in aid should in future be handed over to District Councils more nearly within the year to which such grants belong, and that any claims for grants to June, 1866, had been closed, also containing circular to be filled up and re turned by 25th instant. Clerk to attend to same. From Real Property Act Office, with diagram ; from Survey Office, with plan of lands for sale. Clerk to write to Adelaide Corporation, stating that sheep when penned on Park Lands opposite Gilbert Ward will cause a much greatei nuisance to tho-iatepftyers than when removed from. Reeeiuts^B 19s. ; payments, £4 3s.

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

SOLAS AND LUNAS -3AIiENDAR FOE ' (Compiled specially for this Paper.) First Quarter ... 2nd day, 2h. 3m. p.m. Full Moon ... ... 9th day, Sh. 36m. sum. Last Quarter... ..; 16th day, Oh. 43m. p.m. :New Moon ? 24rd day, 4h. 13m. p.m. First Quarter, ... 31st day, Sh. 40ou j.m. bavs. Sun I ^'a&amp;' I Moon Moon J ' 'riset .. 'T/setsr rises;/ sets.'- i ? ? ' .Ai-it-1'' !..:p.;m.;;' ? ?''£&amp;.'?' p.ml 1 .5.51 HB.33 1L48 10,46 - 2 5.52 6,32' p.m.a51 ~lt34 .3 5.53 ^6.31 --.?? . L52 aim. '4 5.54 '6.3flf''-:^ 2.53 0.27 5 5.55 «.29 3.49 X28 6. 5.56 6;27 ' 4:41 2.32 7--- ^5.57 6.25 : 5.29 ? 3.41 8V - 5:58 .' 6.24 Bill 4.51 ? 9 .5.59 -6.23 6.50 ' 5.57 10 6.0 : '?'6.-21 7.3Q 7.4 U 6.1 .6.19 ; 8.8 8.10 ,12 6.2 -6.18 ; 8.45 9.^ 13 6.2 6.ie T 9.23 10.13 14 6.3 6.15 10.6 11.11 15 6.3 . 6.14 10.48 p.m.0.8 -16 6.4. 6.13 .1134 1.1 17 6.5 6.11 ' . km. / L50 18 6;6: felO OM ?''?? 2.36 ; 19 6.7 6.9 ? 1.13 3.17 20 6.8 6.7f 2.5 3;57 21 6.^ 6.6 2.57* 4.33 ? 22 6.10 6.4 ? 3.52 5.7 23 6.11 6.3 . 4.48 5...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

: '''I ^TO CORESPONDENTS; J . , J. H. Hohwood.— Aletteris addressed to you atEchunga. .' ???:?' . '^.W.'\(ofArithmeticarQaeri(as).^-A.letter for you at this office, j . . .;. . . . The gentleman who disclaims all connection. with what he calls ihe ' itowdy Mob' is morn . vigorous than polite. It will be time enough to decline Parliamentary honors when {he is asked to wear them. , . :. ,-.= ' . ' B* CAiDWBtt.^ Received.: B6mhxt.— We will take up the subject of yoUEletter,.in a day- or two, and publish .your estimate. . ,..' : : .-' - . - ; ? J£s. Pitches.— Your letter shall appear..' ?. /.'?

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

TffE CGMItfG ELECTIONS. j EASt TORRENS. 'The ulce.Uns of East Torrens mot pursuant to *-l;ourn.iuent at tho Norwood. Town Hall on friday evening, February 28. There was a large attendance Mr. K T. Smith, the Mayor of Norwood aad Kensington, was unable to bo present, as he was at Mount Gatnbier, and Mr. J. E. Mouldcn was unanimously voted to the chair. Mr. D. FiSHEB, M.F., (one of the present ?niutubvra for East Torrens}, was callwi ?upon to address the meeting. tie said on the last occasion he stood as a can-lid ite tor their suffrages. He asked them to try him for six iuonth« »nd see iF lie gave them su'iafacMon, and then if ho suited them, to return him agtin av. this present election. The s':x months had flushed, and there was not a, vote which he had ^ireii during that time which he would recall. «fe had done very l't'.b in the House, pcrlupa -(hear, hear)— although ho had sought to rec tify sjiiio grievances. He lia-1 carried out the pledges h-J give them, viz., to repeal, if p...

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MEETING AT BLUMBERG. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

MEETING AT BLUMBERG. A meeting of elector* was held at the District Council Chamber, Blumbeig, on the 2nd inst. Th'sre were about 40 electors present. Mr. S. liANDAr.r, occupied the chair, and introduced the business. He aTso remd a letter from Mr. Kelly, of Modbuiy, suiting that he ould not, uud-jr present circumstances, allow himse'f t - be nominated as a candidate to represent the district, but %t some future time lie might come forward, but although not stan-Unc hunaelf. he wou'.d beg to projwsc Mv. Uob- rtson, of Golden Grove, as a fit and proper person. The Chairman theiiintro.lucs-.Uhe ouididates present— five in nunitor. Mr. Elicits thought that although thore had been a public dinner to Mr. Blyth, it would not lie out of place to move thai the thanks of the electors be pre sented to Messrs. lily th and Hay for their past services. He made this proposition bee iuse he did not wish them to think that the elector* undervalued their services. Mr. HOOPER se conded the propositio...

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