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

BELVIDERE. March 3. — AIL present. Clerk to Ascertain what resolution the Kapunda Council had come to relative to making crossing over the light a Baker's Flat, and to enquire if the road through T. Hynes's is yet surveyed. Order made for road exchanges, &c., published in Gazette. Clerk to have the agreements, &c, connected with the opening arid closing -of - roads threugk McCarthy's and Stockman's ready by next meeting. Councillor Lange and the Clerk re ported having inspected the culvert on main road near Section 213, and that the improve ments suggested at previous meeting were satis factorily carried out. Payments, £4 10s., ordered. Councillor O'Loughlin and Clerk to arrange about crossing required at Baker's Flat. Payments, £4 10s.

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND   DEATHS.               BIRTHS                     LAWTON.— On the 2nd of March, at Port Land Estate, Mrs. W. T. Lawton, of a son. READING.— On the 27th instant, at.Knox   street,. Adelaide, Mrs. T. R. Reading, of a son. HODGE -On the 3rd March, at Yatala     Cottage, Mrs. George Payne Hodge.of a son. COX-On the 24th February, At Ediowie, North, Mrs. George Cox, of a daughter. LLOYD. On the 3rd March, at Lefevre-ter-   race, North Adelaide,' the wife or\Mr. J. S.. Lloyd, of twins--son and daughter.       WHITBY.- On tne 5th March, at Childers- street, North Adelaide, Mrs. J. J. Whitby, of a son.       &...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

^EtCPtlNG MEW& f : ? ij*j Satuedat, *'ebrcabv29. ?-- :*??--. r. ENDEAVOR, cutter, 35 toiiBiJLJlugelosStoli, master, from Port Wakefield. .Cargo— 152 bags 'wlteat, R. and R. Main* r - -.,-.?? - FLINDERS, Government schoener, Colin McLachlan, master, from the coast ..!?,?- YOUNG «HIfiF, cutter, 45 tons; George McKay, master, from Port Wakefteld. ' Cargo^ StnroaTrMaBCH-l. — - ? CREST OF SHJS WAVE, schooner, 55 toM, W. Mortess, master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo— 540 iba^T wheat, Acraman, Main, Lindsay, and Go. - ADONIS, schooner, 55 ions, J. Johnston, master, from :P^-rt Wakefield. Cargo— 540 ?bags wheat. R; and R. Main. FOUR BROTHERS, barge, 40 tons, «eu benicbt^master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo— 46Vbags Wheat, J. Donn and Co. HENRY, baage/40 tons, T. Gaston, master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo— 232 bags wheat, J. Dunn and Oo. ' - ; '? . .? ..-??.. PHCE8E, batge, 25 tops, flEolmes, master, lrom Pott Wakefield. Gaigoi-102 bags wheat, J. Dunn and Co. ; 18 do. 4o., R, Tapley ; 10...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FBUITS. Almonds, dried, Is per lb ; apples, 4d per lb ; 'lemons, 2d to 34 each} oranges, none j peaches, 2d to6d per dozen ; pears, 4d per lb ; plums, 4d to 6d per quart ; damsons, lOd per gallon; strawberries, none; cherries, none; apridots, none ; grapes, 2d per lb ; raisins, Is per lb ; Cape gooseberries, none; loqnats, none ; gooseberries, none; raspberries, none; red currants, none ; figs, . 3d per doz ; tomatoes, 2d per lb. ; pine apples, Is ; melons, l|d per lb. DATBT PBODUCE. Bacon, lOd. ; butter, fresh, lOd. to Is 2d ; cheese, 8d. ; lard, lOd. ; eggs ls*2d., per doz; hams, 9d. ; milk, 6d. per quart ; ducks, 7s. 6d. per pair; fowls, 5s. 6d. per couple; geese, 8s. each ; pigeons, 2s. per pair ; rabbits, 4s. per pair ; turkeys, Is. 4d. per lb. VEGETABLES. Artichokes, none; broad beans, Is per peck ; cabbages, 3d to 6d each ; celery, 6d to 8d per stick ; cucumbers, 3d to 4deach ; carrots, 3d per bunch ; garlic, 2d psr lb ; French beans, 4d to 6d per lb ;...

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ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. ^ N?- Paid .?,„ Last ? _i^^_^^ Saiks. ? £ £ s. £ s. £ s. Bank of Adelaide 5 50,000 4 0 4 10 4 10 National A. R.... 5 13500*. 4 0 6 16 0 Do., M.1C ... - — — 6 .1 6 0 Insurance. ''?'.' Adelaide Life ... 5 20,000 0-10' 0 10 0 10 Adelaide Marine 10 25,500 2 0 2 0 2 0 Equitable Fire... 5 4,000 10 15.1 5 National Marine 20 12,500 10 10 10 S.A.InSur. Oil. 127,000 10 110 18 DrfcfoVN.1. ... 123,000 0 8£ 0 10£ 0 10£ Mining. - ' BurraBurra ... £ 2,464 '5 0 :i5 0 — Ohalla ? 2 5,000 0 6 0 5 — Daly & Stanley 2 4,800 010 0 16, 0 12^ Euko ... ... 5 4,800 0 13 0 10 0 10 Knmntoo(New) 6 5,000 10 10 10 Karkarilla. ... — 4,000.2 0 10 — Matta -... - 5 8,000 5 0 4 0 — Moonta ? - 3,200 — 125 0 — Murninnie ... 5 6,000 3 0 1 0 - NationalG.M.C. 2 5,000 1 U 0 12£ 12^ New Cornwall ... i 12,500 2 8 — — North Yelta ... 5 5,400 O 24 1 10 — Paramatta ... 2 5,000 0 5 2 2 2 1 Poona' ? - 5,000 0 9 0 10 0 10 P. Alfred G. Co. 1 4,200 0 6 15 15 Spring Creek ... 5 5,000 1 0 0 10 — Talisker ? 1...

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INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

JNTBRCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTOBIAi Business has contkued quiet during the past week and transactions .have been on the whole limited. Holders of bread stuffs are asking gradually higher prices. Sales were effected towards the end of the week at £19 and £19 10s. per ton, aad now £20 is the quotation for best Victorian. The latter price, however, has kept buyers off, and 1 nave not neara ot an instance in which that figure was paid. The .demand for ^wheat continues, but as 8s. to 8s. 9d. is the price asked, and the quantity coming fo. ward is small; the business doing is very limited, although during Past week some few thousand bushels changed hands at; 8s. 3 1. A large busi ness was done speculatively hist week in oats at extreme- rates,' and since then the price has fur ther advanced. Sales are reported up to 23,000 bushels of Tasmanian at from 4s. 3d. to 4s. 6d. Malt has met with some enquiry, and parcels of 5,000 and 6,O00bushels have met with purchasers at from 3s. to 3s. 3d. Fo...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. Note.— The wholesale and retail price lists are corrected down to the date inscribed at the foot of each list. For daily fluctuations in the more importantitems (especially of wholesale) we refer to the Daily Market Report. GBAIN, &C. Bran, Is Id to Is 3d ; pollard, Is 4d. to Is 6d ; English oats, 4a to 4s 9d ; Cape do, 3s to 3s 9d ; Cape barley, 2s 6d to 3s ; English do, 4s to5s3d. TABU PRODUCE. Bicon, 7dto7jd per lb; hams, 91; butter, fresh, lOd to Is ; cheese, 5£d per lb ; lard, 7d per lb ; onions, 6s 6d per bag ; potatoes, 4a 3d per bag; colonial jams— Raspberry, lid; all other kinds, 6d to 8d ; eggs, lOd to Is per doz. WHOLESALE MEAT MABKET. Wholesale prices of carcass meat during the week have been— beef, 20s to 25s per 100 lbs. ; sheep, whole, 2d per lb ; lambs, 8s to 10s ; veal, 6d to 7d per lb ; pork, 4£d to 5d. TANNEBS' GOODS, Bark, 21 ; bones, 21 10s to U; hoofs, 21 10s ; hides, each, 7s to 14s ; shanks, per ton, 61 ; calf ski...

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PITY THE POOR TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

PITY THE POOR TARIFF. The South. Australian tariff has to run fcne gauntlet oi all parties. Freetraders object to it, Protectionists object to it, and ' qualified' politicians of every name and variety have their fling at it. ^-Noris it to be wondered at. It is neither one thing nor another. It is based upon m) principle whatever. It was not framed to encourage trade and commerce, nor to encourage native industries, nor to cheapen the necessaries of life, nor to fill the coffers of the Treasury. Doubtless there are particular lines in it 'which might be quoted in opposition' to each and all of bur objections, but there are other lines. that well support those objections, the result being that whilst every one inay point to something that he likes, every one may also point to something that he dislikes ; and ^ hatred is often a .stronger and more active principle than friendship,: the unlucky tariff is kicked and cuffed on all sides. It is, indeed, a miserable com promise between var...

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MEETING AT ROSENTHAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT EOSENTHAIi. A meeting of th electors was held at 3 o'clock on the Uth instant, at the schoolroom, Rosen thai, to hear Mr. K. C. Baker's political opinions. 1 --..??' . - Mr. Holland, J.P., presided over about 30 —mostly German electers. Before introducing Mr. Baker, the Chairman said he thought it would be wasting the time of the electors for Mr.;Baker to go ? through the whbha of his speech in English as the time might be better employed in asjang questions tnrougn an inter preter. - ?'. Mr. Baker having : at Gawler and Lyndoch gone fully into Ms views, he {Mr. Holland) felt great pleasure in introducing his young Mend the candidate, and hoped he would be found a suitable representative. ' Mr. 'Bakes said he would just like to thank the Electors for meeting him according to his appoihtanent, and' regretted that he had so far forgotten his German, as not to be able to ad dress them in their own language ; .although he'' had lived some -time in Germany, and in his travels ...

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MEETING AT TANUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

: MEETING- AT TANUND A. ; Mr. JF. Bajbedow, J.P., in the chair. The meeting was well attended. The Chairman .read notice calling .meeting, ; and introduced Mr. Baker, who would explain his political ?views and answer any questions put to him. Mr. Wrrr proposed, and Mr. Axdbnhovbn ; seconded, that the Chairman translate the pro- ; ceedings into German, and read iSx. Baker's ? German addresB for the benefit of those elec tors who do not understand the English lan guage. The Chairman then read Mr. Bakers address in German. - - Mr. Bakee was sorry not to be able toad dress the meeting in German, as Ms knowledge of that language was too deficient. He then, ex plained his 'views, as reported- at the Gawler meeting. In speaking of a -model farm, he men tioned that we conld see how much Dr. Muecke's great exertions to improve agriculture benefited -the colony. . How much greater would the benefit be if the Government laid out a few hundred pounds a year on a iiiodel -farm. Air. A.' ^rrr ask...

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MEETING AT SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT SAIiSBtJEY. ; A meeting of 'the electors of Tatala was held at the Salisbury Hotel, on Friday- evening, March 5. SDhere were about 70 persons present, and Mr. E. W. Loades was. voted to the chair. ' Mr. Pert, the only, candidate: present, .said that the-first and most important question was that of the land system. : He would be in favor of purchasers paying 20 percent, on the fall of the hammer, with seven years' credit for. the remainder, at 6 per cent, per annum, with the conditions -that the purchaser should spend' so - inuch -yearly in improvements, and : that - he should be the bona fide occupier, fie -was opposed to Sutherland's Act, as immigration at present was not required. He was not ia favor of extension of railways, but was in favor of the construction of tramways. : 'With, respect to education, he wonld -not uphold the present system, as bethought the Act wanted repealing. He was a freetrader to the backbone, and he would -do away with the ?Custom-House alto...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE BLUE-LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

ORIGINAL POiETRY. THE BLUE-LAKE. I stood upon its swelling banks, while o'er its : -? bosom bright ; - -' - Stray shadows of the silvery clouds 'were swiftly- taking flight; .' Its gleaming -depths of sapphire hue revealed . , the joyous sky, ? That, clothed with summer's radiance, was , smiling up on high. Its waveless wafers lightly tinged with a soft ; roseate line,' t , ? ., That stole out from the glowing west to gild its ?' heavenly .blue, - ' Seemed overshadow'd by peace, guardianed by angelsfair, 1 As one of nature's sacred fanes, not meet for mortal care.. A bright Elysian dwelling-place, unstained by . ?. ,. sorrow's tears, ? Where painless days and deathless joys should reign through all the years, : And where discord Bhould «'er be hushed in -dark oblivion's sleep, ? While sinless spirits, hovering near, their .-..-.ceaseless, vigils keep. ? - / ?' Bright summer in unfading ydu|h had passed — o'er all the land, : ;''''.__.'.' '.. Oiving 'fresh beauties to the earth, as i...

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MEETING AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETINGS AT GAWLER. A meeting of the electors of the District of Barossa wa? held .0' the Oddfellows' Hall, Gawler, on Monday, evening. March 9. The attendance was very .numerous, and the chair was occupied by Mr. T.O, Jones. The Chairman, in opening the meeting, referred in laudatory terms to Mr. & C. Baker (the . only 'candidate present). He pointed out that Mr. Baker was a native of South Australia, but had received a thoroughly sound English education. He would, also, he observed, have the advice and assist ance of one of the ablest politicians in the colony, his father, the Hon. John Baker. (Cheers.) Mr. Bakeb then came forward, and after some prefatory remarks, said he appeared be fore them as the first native born candidate for Parliamentary honors. At the present time there was a great desire for locel men, which was very natural, ' for where a man's treasure was there would his heart be also.' Although not exactly a local man, yet he was to some extent, for the only...

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YE EDITOR REMONSTRATETH. Mick Kenny, Mick Kenny. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

YE EDITOR BEStONSTRATETH. Mick Kenny, Mick Kennv. You've occasioned me many . Sard thoughts that are black and unaisy, By meetings you're calling For spouting and brawling From speakers who are often quite hazy ! I sent a reporter, Which I didn't oughter, To put all your twaddle in print. He came up like winking, And found you all drinking, - As if you'd been gathering your tint. : H« said, ' Where's your meeting?' Answered Michael,' 'Good greeting : My boy ; now have something to drink.' ^Reporter said, 'No, Sir, But off I will go, Sir, ^Four meeting's all humbug, I think.' Said Michael, ' You spalpeen, D'ye think now that I'm green ? Comeback, or we'll curse you * a few ;* You scrubby quilldtiver, Comehow, look alive, or Your contumacy yet you will rue.' It xeally is too bad To send up a young lad, At cost seven bob and a tanner, To find when he gets there The meeting is nowhere — In fact nothing else than a crammer. Mick Kenny, Mick Kenny, HI bet you a penny ' I am not taken in t...

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MEETING AT ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT ALDDTGA. A meeting of the electors of Noarlunga was held at the Aldinga Hotel, Aldinga, on Mon day, the 9 th instant, to consider who are the most fit and proper persons to represent the district in the disusing Parliament. Mr. Palmeb, Chairman of; the Aldinga District - Council was voted to the7 chair, and claimed an impartial hearing for -'the speakers. Mr. Jambs Geeenlees, jun., read a letter received by him, from Mr. J. Cabb. statins: that as soon as he received the 'requisition which was being signed in his behalf, pe would make arrange ments to visit the different townships in the district as a candidate for re-election. Mr. Hodges thought it was very strange conduct on the part of Mr. Carr to stand again after stating distinctly in Parliament that he would not do so. Mr. Chenoweth could not see that there was anything strange in a man's changing his mind ; it was a thing that many of them selves were guilty of daily. He moved that Mr, J. Carr is a fit and proper pe...

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NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ;? vi The eleventh annual exhibition of grain,. &e^ of the above Society took^placeatWatervaleonj Thursday, March 5. Theday was most oppres^ lively hot, and what with the : heat of the weather and the want of newspaper pubucity' we. are unable to report such ; a meeting as :w,e are accustomed to -do for the Society.' Tie: booth erected for the purposes of the Exhibi tion, we would suggest might be enlarged or more ventilated; -for how the Judges in the various departments could stand the close sultry atmosphere there is a' mystery. We ourselves were £lad to come outside as soon as^ we had a minute inspection of the'-irarious' exhibits. With respect to the Exhibition, itself, we remember seeing far - better ones in connection with the .Society. :' We .now think it four duty, -from all that we gathered from the various little groups of : farmers ga thered together, here and_ there, to state^that- a great amount of dissatisfaction prevailed in con...

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MEETING AT MINTARO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT MINTARO. Messrs. Kingston and Bright met the electors of Stanley at Bleechmore's - Hotel, Mintaro, on Monday evening. There were about 40 electors present, and Mr. Thompson Priest was voted to the chair. In opening the meeting he said he had great pleasure in introducing to them their two representatives, one of whom was an old he might say a very old — friend amongst them. He alluded to Me. Kingston, who had been their representative for many years. Mr. Bright they all knew, though perhaps net so well, as he was not of so long standing amongst them. He thought they had given, the district general satisfaction during the Parliament which was now closing. They could -now say what they could not before. They could travel comfortably to Leasingham, and there was money placed on the Estimates for the road to the Burra. This was attributable in the main point to their junior member, Mr. Bright, being a member of the Central Road Board. He had .much pleasure in introducing them...

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TAPLEY'S HILL ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

TAPLEY?S HILL ANiSrtTAL RACES. :. The above races came off on Wednesday, the 4th instant. -The weather was very hot, and the course very heavy, which gave the 'strongest horse 1 he advantage. There was a very fair assemblage of sporting men, and the running ,was, on the whole, very good. Mr. Wm. Crane acted as Judge, and Mr. J Pearce as Starter. '-?':?'?? ? FIBSTBACE. - For £10— Open to all horses that never ran for public money.- Heats ; 14 miles. Entrance, 'ill's. .-? -.. ? --' ? ' ' ?' ' Mr. John Haywood's b.g. Blackwood -tHiU) ... ... .. ... ... 1 1 Ttfr: W. Anderson's b.m. Beeswing (Bowe) 2 2 Mr. M. PauPs b.g. Veno -Pordwin) ..: 3 3 JL protest was entered against Blackwood and Beeswing, on the ground that they had run for public money. ? - SECOND BAOE. For district horses only-i-£5 5s. Heats; 1J miles. Entrance, 10s. 6d. Mr. -J. Ladd'sb.g. Ginger... ' ... ... 11 Mr;J. Hocart'sb.m, Flycatcher ? 2 0 Mr. M. Paulas b.h. Garibaldi ... .. 3 dr Both heats won by Ginger, hands down. TH...

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MEETING AT TEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MEETING AT TEATREE OULLY. A meeting of the electors of the District of Gumeracha was held at Teatree Gully, on Mon day afternoon, March 9. The meeting was ad vertised to be held in the District. Council Chamber, but in consequence of the smallness of the room an adjournment was made to the Highercombe HoteL Mr. Gallard (Chairman of the District Council) was voted [po the chair, and there' were between 40 and 50 persons pre sent. The Chairman opened. the meeting by react ing the advertisement calling it. He then made a few remarks on the importance of having good men to represent them, and concluded by be speaking, a fair hearing for all the candidates. * Jfc A. B. Mdbbat remarked that the Hon. A. ?Hyth had, at the special request of a few .v ijoeads, left his nomination paper behind him, „&& to be used is the absence of suitable candidates '° and he had much pleasure in stating that Mr. Myth would withdraw his name. (Hear, heat.) . ''.SMr. E. S. Kelly proposed a vote...

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KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

V KAPUNDA. JFrom the Herald, of the 6th inst.l We regret to have to record a dastardly act on the part of some person who, fortunately for himself, is unknown. . ? On Friday evening last, .Mr. Tuckfield and wife were sitting in their room, facing the Main-street, when suddenly a great smash was heard, and a large stone weighing about 12 ounces, fell into the room, having been thrownthrough the window. For tunately no person was struck by it ; had they been,: there is no doubt from the size of the stone, and the force with which it was thrown, - that serious injury would have been inflicted. Immediate search was made by Mr. Tuckfield for. the offender, but he managed to elude Mr. Tuck field's observation, or he would have received the punishment so 'richly deserved. The stone appears to have been carried from the cutting, as it was neither of tile same description nor so small as the ordinary road metal. It is sup posed that the offence was the act of some per son with whom Mr. :'Haw...

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