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

MEETING AT LYNDOCH. Mr. R. C. Baker met about 60 electors of Barossa at the Lord Lyndoch HoteL on the 10th, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Saudi, and, J.V., who presided, asked a patient and respectful hearing for the candidate, and leminded the electors that they would soon be ' called upon to exercise the important duty of returning two persons to Parliament to repre sent the district. Mr. Bakeb said he appeared before the electors as a candidate for their suffrages with out having been asked ; and although he ap proved of representatives whose property localised their interest, yet he hoped when he had stated his opinions on the topics of the day his views would ba found to coincide with those' of the electors, and if returned his best effortB would be used to promote the good of the district and the colony generally. As he was quite free from any local interests he was' the better prepared to adopt Barossa, and being the first colonial bora inau who had sought the honor, he hoped for a favor...

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

' ...... ' . ^XJ&IgR g.. I, ^-:i- :;.; fijO T I G $ \; AS K TO S E 15: T H E F Ol t'O WING GOODS, JUST ?.' ????. ;;v:;;: X OPENED, AT ' W* A |t !t E m - ^ ?$ S|MB IS 11 fc- ' S. 3,090 yards French. Twill, 7^d., worth Is. l£d. per yard. 2,150 yards Stench Merino, la. Ud., worth. 2s. 6d. 300 Fancy Wincey Dresses, 7b. 6d., worth 10s. 6d. A large assortment of Mohair Dresses, 5s. lid., worth 9s. €d. . Do. do.j 7s. lid., worth lls-€d. - Do., - ? .-..do;,-- 9a. lid., worth 13s.. 6d.. „ . , _ .:. '...; Ladies' Black jOi^rWinfe^ia^wJfate, Is. fid. each,-wprth 3s. «d. ?; : 'i -i/l^QOvij^B Hbyie?£PJi^ -? , - 36-inch White I*ongcloth,feom 4b.- Ud. ^er dozen ? .?_..... An early inspection solicited, as the above Goods are aU new, and have been carefully selected from the Latest Shipments. . OBSERVE THE ADDRESS— ^ASrllEN & CHAMBERS, Victoria, House, 57, Rundle^street Cu ... ? Ij. EL*lJ*?SiEK, BI& Having just-returned from England with a Large an 1 l&llr CI/^FH%, T...

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

^^^Bffi^^ 'luring i£k%oo»l Seasoa, and l&IDE tod '3POtty; i^-H?STit'39a1*« *«* Aa^ael^iy 'Satiny ^d Port Augo«t» -^ferwi^Bdaabfintefcay be^pmdedon. JG&wiBr,^eoraary2i, 1866. V- ' xc if' 1W$0^:^:0*Zm: :: :y- JLi IiQ]EHBEaD8iIBVBTOB,JkAHD AKD COSOOB^ './.-'?:: 'I =.!/-*- I /sioff Agent, ;. ? ' ' ? ? -- '=''?'?? .:,.._ ..;...v-:xa*-^ n d^l* ?---.:.??* -tf - Agencies ^Auburn, Clare; and BiTCrton. - - - JT ;T-) FARMERS ''^^KDESEBBRr,^;-; j&gentxC ' Wheat' ^Sul * other ? Produce ;. seeeusfl' for Sa^^Storage, orSbipmeni. Setflers5 Stwras^ jrsedcredjand&nraTded^ — ;,.w_ .- v~ -t-^t*^ , J3c*nfflok^ .Fencing ffii«y Ploughs, Timber, jfe^to^anar ?' . _. ;. .';,' '.?;;;.:?; ..' M-j.gP^ i^;xs^^06^ WU^^p^s, S&yrij; aayJ other desonption of JGooas'or' Produce/ into tifl -ertcimv* Waiefconse : - and CpUars, Xcadenhall-street, Port'AdelaldW /' ?'*!'.' I - .-'? Winegrower^ anil have evsiy -fecflity fur 1 CnstoinsTatodFotTrardilig Agent, j&c. ' ' Office— ...

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LORD SINCLAIR AND THE MEN OF GULDBRAND DALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

LORD SINCLAIR AND THE MEN OF GULDBRAm) DALE. TFrom the Banish of Edward StOTm.] The interest attached to the subject of the en closed Danish Ballad will, I trust, despite the roughness of the translation, induce you to find *oom for it in ' N. & Q.' In 1612^ during the CaJmar-War, the Swedes engaged a band -ot Scotch mercenaiiea, tmder the command of one of the Sinclair family, to make a diversion in their favor : by landing''on the coast of Norway, as told mxhe following ballad. If the poet has not exaggerated the number of the men engaged in the foray, it is more than probable that some tradition relative to it has been and still is current in Scotland as well its in Norway. Can any of the Scotch readers of f* N. & Q.' give us the Scotch version of vwhat appears tohave heen a alngulaxly dis astrous enterprise ? ' ' ? ;»???? - .. Oons. '?' RIsely, Beds. .: ??'.'?? ' ' .' Lord Sinclair sailed o'er the deep salt sea, . , Akd steering to Norwaytfjjhore; ^r. Up. Guldbra...

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Literature, Science, and Art. ZELINDA: AN AUSTRALIAN LOVE STORE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

Siteata, S«te; mfo ^$L ZELINDA : Jks Attrtbattakt Love By Hanapa : Written forihe Chronicle. I was left an. orphan at ten years of agei I think I was nearly as -much an. orphan at eight, when my mother died. We had only been a year or two in the «oldny . when, she died. Well I remember her; her^small, slight figorey and soft, dark, Italian eyes (for my mother was from Italy), and then ier sweet, musical voice, and the way in which she played the piano and harp, are 'vividly impressed on my memory.- She kept a school, at which she taught principally music and lan guages. My father— from what I can gather now from eld letters— was one of those unfortunate younger sons who are brought up to no profSssion, and beside a small income, have no prospects. That little had been lost in an unprofitable speculation, and&eing weak in constitu tion—for a spinal disease necessitated ids lying down, the greater part of Mstime^ my mother found herself obliged to open, the school that I. spok...

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FRANCE. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

' ;; ::Cl \f f ;= 'jSe&nce^,' .Vkl I- ??'.. '.'i?* ._ .-? -.,-. ?- :.-. -.;-.? ;? ? ??' _ .: ?? January 10* ^ The £faistitti^?iheldeclaxeBtha,t the re lations of 5'EancV*an'd -'.It^lj' v were iiever more ^iasfa^o^r'thWVw are ] &t %%e present moment,; ^-a* - *W . fear; . is ex- ...? pressed that the false and 'mischievous? rumors in circulation in regard to thte new -, Ministry ;t^ch;^reneial ; MenabWa i : is,. formmg w^i^ve. a l-aU, infect, Vr,!:.' , v- ! Anturgeht .note has been received by the Government sfrom the Sublime Porte/ in which it is stated that Sussi^,n agents are endeavoring tb :]in6^^tjAi%m6v^' the Christiati Bubjects of jthe S^^n,: aiislr, a rigorous protest is made 1 3-y.|nB^Earlpsn'l Government against; such hoslile Action, or at leasttconnivanee therein on the j-art J of Bwssia. ; l_ ~^t-^1 ''' ?'?-'?'' 'K'^'t'l''V'i.'.'*t

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ENGLAND. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

r.. enc&ass»^y . . - .: .-\V-'°..-- :~ri ,.c. ..'.',... .. ,,-: i. January: ??1Q..,4:jJ, The papers are full pi notices respecting the precauiions taken fc^ihe fihorermnent against^exiian outbreaks^ -? ? : ;j ;,?- -r. ^-: a It is stated that the nien ?wWp'itorttLdii.f the; M£^llb jStoji&rj; near Cdrki ^i ^roice, ? into the* guii-shop in that citysf all came. frointhe..tJnite\i States, having been sent' over 3-y the Brotherhood in that'^omitry^ On the night of the 2nd instant a large party oi ^enians attacked- -this . iouse - iof MrJ Ch1iries,;3M^ttli.e-p, . a pother p£ the, late Father Matthew. Happily his family: were apprised of wliatH&ey might expect, and had quickly collected and concealed, in the niansion quite a Tespecta^Jle force: Consequently :when.rthiB Maraudeis^-ibanife' up th*ej/%fere^e£.ipith a galling fire, Wd -; they incontinently fled. Several :t. were wounde-L,;lmt were carried away by-their comrades.-' 'The motive for the: assault is nottndw...

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THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

mtfB&^li?MkfaWMfc: \t2~£ The' Aidiriga Brings '^hev- Caj£asBa^-XQ.aiI}-' The aI?.I^C: &J:.AiB.Mio G^paaySir steamer 4fcs&aiii,^S^HiB^^5¥^^HtviCoiii- ; maMee-^aSi^ed In Wellingfoti, ^n'jtiSg1 left W*l?™gtpJL--ii jw*Q SQ1^^?™^®1 A?Wfci and a.rri'^ed'at iPanama on ibhe ;mprniBgof .: the 4th Januarys after a rapid aad asae* tliree days in Patiania . 'cswiiiif 'to jfche aioii-' arrival, f^(*ftf ^^iaP^9 st^^erp\Wtuca wasr four^daj^ pyenipe), so that^Bafe^flid not leave aintiltlieSlrthdraiuiaryJ instead of iMs&4fe;; ^ye&^stf Opaa»%Rapfa)s®& the; i3Wm^; i^^^^l§|lj£ out£ tjfius accomplisuing .ter Srpjage '' jail the contract time. ?

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

On MONDAY; M^rch IBy *tl2 o\-Iosk. ON THE PBBM|SES; :^aS STOCKPORT. ; INRE FRANCES iin&J0&^3m6LVENTi BY ORDER GP^J^ C^MGLtt A^iaNBk piiTEj ; B@W%2&3$$& will seUr v.- -. '.-;? -r^ :-o3B*si?^::= -? --?-;'- ~ ? . '. w - 3ie LEASE, liawng 10 years tornn from 25th instant, of SECTIONS Kos. 271 and 272, Wm &cedotA.L^A,tontMni3Qg24i Acres, . ^--:A^0tlr^ -::,;.? . ::. ?^,-- ' -'--.-? ^lelieB^'for«ate*ei^'»fS(roSDnNo.2o8i- ? : Hundred of ^maintaining 9S Acres.- . .:, rv ? i ^EheWhoieof the X^ad is fenced, and in culti Tation. It' is Tkdd;Ii-om iShe South Australian' (Company, at .a nomiiial rental, .payable harf y^yearly. For gjiriiciil^raapply to F..F. Turner. ^:fe^[;, Solicitor, Gai^tai;'; V - ' : : -'V..:.'- . .. ?: :7S.'l Also,'-., ;':.... V . '',. /.Stack Tf&&^&out^:tons On FRIDi^Ma^ 30, at ; l_o'dlolcfc W THE PREMISES O# MB. HUGH MAC-; : L^W,|SEiB 0HiBTRfiB:$5Llt. : W:;BY ORDER ©F JRIR. JA-IES'SepTT. PETER EOmSst© ?'? Sis ...

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

r|lHE LONDON JOURNAL, J. contains Original and Domestic Novels by the first authors of the day —Short Tales — Poems— Educational and Social Essays— De- scriptions of the most Remarkable Places in the World— Thousands of useful Receipts of every kind— Records of Scientific Inventions and Dis coveries1— Statistics embracing all the principal Official Returns published, of Public Accounts Population— Emigration — Health — Military, Naval, and Commercial Affairs — Valuable General Statistical Information— Articles of Literary and Historical Interest illustrative of passing events — Witty andLaughable Jokes and Anecdotes — A. voluminous personal Correspon dence uponeve^lmaginable_topw;_^____xc__ qiHE LONDON JOURNAL, the -1. best, cheapest, largest and most beauti fully Illustrated Publication ever issued, having a Greater Circulation than that of any other periodical in the world. ? xc ri^HE LONDON JOURNAL k JL issued in Weekly Numbers, One Penny xc 11HE LONDON JOURNAL in . Monthly Parts...

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SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

. SHIP MAILS. . . . General Post-Offlce, Adelaide, - - - Saturday, March 14. Mails will be dispatched as under — For Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, and New Zealand, by the Aldinga, steamer, to Melbourne, on Tuesday, March 17, at L10 p.m. Money orders at 12.30 p.m. For Calif ornia, South Pacific, &a, per steamer, as above, at 12 noon. For New South Wales, by the Hector, to Sydney, this day, Saturday, March 14, at 12 noon ; by the Union, to ..Sydney, this day, Saturday, March 14, at 2 p.m. Note. — Newspapers for any of the above (except the contract packet) miat be posted one hour before the time named for closing the maiL ?'- ?

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

MEETING AT KfltfNIE. Messrs. Kingston and Bright mef tfte elector^ of that portion of the District of Stanley, o» Tuesday evening, at Kewson's Hotel, The aft* tendance was not so large as might hard fee-ten expected, and Mr. McNamara was voted to tfe chaif. In opening the meeting he alluded to' £he sp&rseness of the electors present, but he Was willifig to believe that it was through the want of its betes? more generally known. He trusted that Bhynie .would still uphold its fame for carrying out Oieif meetings, and that such, unseemly scenes would not take place there as were reported to have txeen at another place in the district. He had ntttoh pleasure in calling upon their old and senior nBefflber to act. dress them. : Mr. Kingston, 'on rising, received the same cordial welcome as he had at the other parts dt e district. He said he had app ared befertf em tinder similar circumstances four or five' times before*, and he had much pleasure in stating that fie had always been...

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

MEETING AT LOBETHAL. A public meeting of the electors of the dis trict of Onkaparinga was held at the Rising Sun Inn, LobethaJ, on Tuesday evening, March 10. There were about 50 persons present, and Mr. Kleinschmidt presided. After some considerable discussion, as to the appointment of an interpreter, almost the whole of the atten dance being composed of Germans, Mr. Nein hardt was ultimately chosen. The Chairman haying explained the object for which the meeting had been convened Mr. Wm. Townsend, M.P., a.t the request of the Chairman, enunciated his political opinions He thought it would he hardly necessary for , aim to inform them what his principles were, -*-? for he had long been their representative, and his votes were on record. He pointed out that independent members were in a very difficult position in consequence of the policy of the Government not being known. The firs^ matter he touched upon was immigration. V He thought it would be better to expend public money on roads,...

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

MEETD*? AT GATViER. A meeting of the electors of Barossa, for the purpose of hearing the opinions of the Hon. P. Santo (who is a candidate for the representation of the district in the next Parliament), was held, at the Oddfellows' Hall, Gawler, on Friday evening, March 6. There was a very large at tendance, and Mr. James Martin, M. P. (Mayor of Gawler) was voted to nreside. - The Chaibman opened the meeting by read ing the placard convening it, and then iu a few complimentary words introduced the Hon. P. Santo to the meeting. The Hon. P. Santo (Commissioner of Public Works) then addressed the meeting. Being a stranger amongst them he felt a little diffidence in coming before them, but they would make allowances for that. ; He was not, however, a stranger to the colony. He had been in the colony about 27 years, and in Parliament for about seven years, and he . had always done his duty, and was not ashamed of anything he had done since he bad been in Parliament. (Applause). If he was...

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

MEETING AT MOONTA. It having become known that Mr. Bower and Mr. Hill would meet the electors at the Royal Hotel on Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, long before the time appointed a. great many persons began to assemble. Captain Hancock was in the i hair, who briefly introd'-iced the pro ceedings, and asked for each candidate a fair hearing. Mr. Boweh was received with cheers, long and l»ud. Af tei . some prefatory remarks he said, during the time he had been in the House they would have read of his doiugs. They would recollect when he was asked to represent their district it had been very much neglected. It was quite necessary they should have a tried man to represent them. He had done all he could for the Peninsula. He had got the water tanks in each township, the roads from Adelaide and from each township, and the next thing they would want to have {those roads macadamised. The police rate they had to thank Mr. Strang ways for, and should he be returned to the House, he would do a...

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

MEETING AT CLARE. Messrs. Kingston and Bright addressed a large body of the electors of Stanley at the Town Hau, Clare, on Saturday evening last. Mr. E. B. Gleeson, S.&L, occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting, al luded to the comparatively small attendance, which he attributed to the latge fire that was raging on the Hill River. This was one of the most-important affairs that ever came before them — the choosing 01 gentlemen to represent Ithem in Parliament— and be trusted if they had any fault to find with -their mem bers, who were again candidates, they would come forward and deal with the mat'er calmly and coolly. He would also urge, if there was any difference of opinion, every speaker should have a fair and impartial hearing. (Hear, hear. ) He would now leave the matter in their own hands, and call upon their old friend, Mr. Kingston to address the meeting. The Hon. G. S. Kingston, on rising, was received - with loud applause. It was some 12 or 14 years since f...

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THE SOUTH DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

THE SOUTH DISTRICT. [From the Southern Arqus.] An inquest was held on Tuesday last, at the Black Swamp; by B. F. Laurie, Esq, Coroner for the district, on the body of James Grogan, one of the laborers employed at the earthworks in connection with the Sfrathalbyn Tramway, who ' was killed on the previous day, by the ' giving way of ° several tons of earth in * the cutting where the deceased was at work.. A respectable -Jury having been sworn, of whom Mr. Ernest Schroeder was chosen foreman, the first witness called was Lawrance Ryan, who deposed as follows _: — Saw deceased going for a bar about 11, yesterday morning. I was on the top at the time. Drove about four inches with the bar. One of the shovellers told the deceased that there was a support to be taken away from under the falL Deceased hit the support two or three strokes, and told me not to. use the bar, as he felt it shaking. Stepped several feet for ward and looked, but could not see any cracks. Shortly after ne hit anothe...

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

: ^J&MAjBJOO. ? , \Fr^%iW^iamiTiriksA '~!* ..'. At the Cornp(*^ia Hotel iait evening, March 6, theelectora'of^liistownshipWere addressed by Messrs. Bower & ^ HiH \ Captain France in the chair. There wJ*s a; large attendance. Propo sitions in favor of both candidates were carried. Messrs. Bower,- CogTin and Hill addressed the electors of Ka^iaa*dn 'Wedhesday evening, in Burchell's AssejiifolyJtoom, which was crowded. There were neaily-nve- hundred persons pre sent, including many from - Wallaroo, for whom special ? truck's had been 'provided. Mr. TTffl was ^accompanied by ' Mr. C. PL Darton. Ca'ptsun ^Dunstan occupied the chair. The meeting- ; was. confessedly the noisiest.' that had «ver taken plsLce' on- the Pe ninsula. The tumult occasionally was indescnb-; able, and the Chairman threatened it vacate the chair if order was 'not preserved. The pro. ceedings, however, were, for the most part cha racterised by good humor, 'bt if any bitterness of feeling was engendere...

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

INQUEST AT WELLINGTON. At the Wellington Inn, on Saturday, 7th inst., Mr. E. C. Hughes, S.M., held, an inquest upon the body of a male child, drowned the evening previous. It appeared from the evidence thai; deceased, who was aged only two years, arid the son of Mr. W. . Kimber, ? of the Wellington Inn, had been playing about in front of Ms father's house, when he' was suddenly missed, and his father running to the bank or the Murray, just opposite Ms house, - Ifiscovered his Txidy floating in the river. He - i was Irani ^lately brought to land,, and was en deaVored to be;:resiiscrtated^ but ?all iffyain. After hearing the evidence, the Jury returned a verdict of accidentally drowned.. Mr. Kimber is much Tespected in this neighborhood, and in' his bereavement has met with universal sym pathy. ' . ^_ The return cricket match between the Mrnno.Para and Norwood Cricket Clubs, was played on Friday, March 6, on the ground of the South' Australian Club', which was kindly Le_nt for the oca...

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [From the Border Watch of the 4th instl The Magistracy. — We learn that Mr. Browne, S.M., Kapunda, arrived in Mount Gambier on Thursday evening to make arrange ments relative to his expected permanent settle ment here. We say expected, as we understand efforts are still being made to induce the Go vernment to rescind its late decision relative to the exchange of Magistrates. - Snakes. — During last week the party in charge of Mr. Walters's thrashing-machine killed three snakes, discovered .among the sheaves as they were' being opened for the thrasher. Since the season commenced they have killed five in this manner. Nabeow Escape. — On Morday, while the thrashing-machine of Mr. Tohnie was at work upon the farm of Mr. Martin Lynch, in the Hundred of Gambier, the men were astonished to find that it was on fire within, and still more so upon observing portions of a box of matches passing through the machine with the wheat. Steps were taken to put out the fire, wh...

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