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

'?: ? ^^^y-^^v^as^,/:^:^^^'' ?-'--? [From our Melbourne Gorcespondent;] ,,t - ? ?? --t:=^ -~r~ ??-' -^ ^ -tittarch 10. .'JV The; winegrowere,of So^tli Aus^lu'wiUxio^r,'. ;I JthinJ^ haye only iliemselVes to blame if they continue to be under- that»-v«satious incubus, the 3s;-. duty.- 'Mi. Randall's quiet earnestaess lias enlisted ;tae active aympatbybf many in* 'Melbourae inbo 'tire .the fri.endsTt-£thehome-I grown wine . -interest, and a desire to co-operate . with your yigneroHs (has -been, ^expressed oh 'several quarters..; In 'f apt j, we.: Jiave arrived sti «ihe initiation of what J baye Beveral .times sug gested; in my lejttera, oamely, -an organization in Melbourne to follow up your efforts with due -Government for the abolition of the duty. As I have before stated with regard to Mr. . 38andoll?B inbyements Iferey-whil^hfe is attending to bis b-jmr'busineiss' ' in ,a business-like w^yV 'b* is also forking for«very , Vuiegrowers in your; «olony,:and:if this market ds speedily o...

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

_., ] ?'?'? ' TURAL &6(3MESii-x, fi ^o -,.,. f! Tl^e annual pdiibition «ft.'gHftn,, dauypro *^U^p, fruit, impl^iiients, T&c.,. under ,ihe auspices'; of the! atipya,'Sooie§r,- vrasheld, atKapunilaon Thiirsday, tne i2th'wst. , in prase's new wheat Istore, I^nkluir^j^yt.; a^ittej^ri adjoining. The1 day 'wa^ ^reremely,itpt, and. cjlouds of dust ienyelop.ed.j3ie' .township, .^^endering everything very Wnpleaiiaut ,an4 ./upagreeaile, i In' spite of 'this, ; tyw&?eti-.';$3 . ?T^^*S {wer? ttropged throughout ^he day^ Jwitn' persons frpm/ the-, surrounding districts' bent on iavingal^plcat' the shpV^d the other sights ol the toyraslup, which on 'thiBopcasioii consisted of two bazaats —one atlihe'rear^f'Qtase^ S^V V1 ?*?$?-?? '&$?' ;;Boman.^aihplic-'-ffiLurch; at;J^undB;,aiinyi the;1 ! othef iii Mt; 'j^bkmau's nwstprej'in aiaof jblte futia^'ofthel-3b^eto^p^OKittbLi'Th6^^^ of cpurse. was^ffie^r&^iBAffre^of attrabtfop, and- the ' itteadaiice' :dimpg' . th...

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

TO COBBESPdilDENTS. BomoXiT. — We will^takej«p the subject of your letter in;a day or two,' and publish your estimate.; .???.-. \: .l-, -???.sjic-i*. ? ? i; Enqdibeb (Kapunda).— Wfe cannot ascertain whether Mr. Q. S. Hare is iin the colony; we think he is not. . d^-r' . '? Anthony Fobbes. — Received; New Hat. — Newminster stood second in the list of the winning sires in 1867. The following is a. list of the principal winners : — Stockwell, £41,986 ; Newminster, £30,837; St. Albans, £17,401 ; Trumpeter, £16,736 ; Muscovite, £13,455 ; King Tom, £10,769 ; Beadsman, £10,295; Buccaneer, £7,562; Weatherbit. £7,494; Voltigeur, £6,347; 'Wild DayrelL £6,232; Bataplan, £5,985; GhevaUer, £5,721 ; Caterer, £5,539; Lambton, £5,510. W. E.— The Standard Theatre in Shoreditch was destroyed by fire. Henkt Whliamson. — The national debt of Great Britain on March 31, 1866, was £781,500,929 ; that of France, January 1, 1864, was £492,637,872 ; that of the United States, according to the President's las...

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

SOLAR AND'tlTNAB CALENDAR FOB ; MAftOH. 1868. ' {Compiled specially for this Paper.) . .'-' ? - Pha&ks ov't'he Moon. First Quarter- ' ...2nd day, 2h. 3m. p.m. Full Moon 1 ..;'? ... ,9thday, 5h.^6m.a.m. Last Quarter..; '? -V. 16th. day- Oh. 43m. p.m. New Moon ... ?? - ... 24rd day, 4h. 13m. p.m. First Quarter ... 31st day, 9h. 40m. p.m. Davs. ?un ^an Moon Moon ^ rises. . setsr rises. sets. A.W. P.M. ' A.M. P.M. 1 5.51 6.33 1L48 10.46 2 5.52 &32 p.in.0.51 1L34 3 .5.53 &31 L52 a,m. 4 5.54 6.30 2.53 0.27 5 5.55 6.29 3.49 L28 6 5.56 6.27 4.41 2.32 7 5.57 6.25 5.29 3.41 8 5.58 6.24 6.11 4.51 9 5.59 6.23 6.50 5.57 10 6.0 6.21 7.30 7.4 11 6.1 6.19 8.8 8.10 12 6.2 6.18 8.45 9.12 13 6.2 6.16 9.23 10.13 14 6.3 6.15 10.6J 1L11 15 6.3 6.14 10.48 p.m.0.8 16 6.4 6.13 1L34 LI 17 6.5 6.11 a.m. 1.50 18 6.6 6.10 0.21 2.36 19 6.7 6.9^ 3.13 3.17 . 20 -6.8 6.7 2.5 3.57 21 6.9 6.6 2.57 4.33 22 6.10 6.4 3.52 5.7 23 6.11 6.3 4.48 5.42 24 6.13 6.1 5.45 6.15 25 6.12 6.0 .6.41 6.15 ' 26...

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LANDS SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

LANDS' SOiD BY PRIVATE GON : ; TRAGT. Return of - lands- (Country Sections) sold by private- contract during month of February, County Daly^-Hundred Clinton. Sec. Acres. Price. J Sec. Acres. -Price. 371 50 £50 0 373 38 £38 0 372 -43. =;,M 0-| : VZ '.'?'??? '??' , ! County Eyre — Hundred English. 79 ,114 ,\114 0| ?:.?'.-: ' : . County Flinders— Hundred Lincoln. 323 62. 62 0|t325 .'-,. 72 « ?: 72 0 County Gawler— Hundred Grace. 562 140.-140 O I 563 119 119 0v 1 County Grey— Hundred Caroline. ?'?'151 ?:?'? .92 92 0 403 124 124 0 397 7 131 t 13L O 404 106 106 0 398 111 .-.111 0| ^405 109 = 109 0 ?'38i9'-.;,:li5o. 115 0 : 414 t 68 : c 68 0. 400 110r -110 0 415 82 r 82 0 401. 115; t 115 0 4L6 80 80 0 ! 402. ., 87, . 87 0 ' ?::?.?? County Grey— Hundred Blanche. j 174 136 ^ 136 0 1 176 178 1^ 0 175; 113 113 0 1 317 124 124 0 Pounty^ Grey— Hundred Kongorong. - 318. 109 - 109 01 320 86 86 0 319 109 : 109 0 j . ~32L 114 114 0 ' : Pounty Russell — -Hundred Bbnney. 241 : 127: ;i127-Oj 253 . Ill ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. ALMA PLAINS, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

j ! GOIJHTRY ;'»»*&;/ ^ I ?'???'? JFrom bur Cbunttr- CorresoondentSil ?' 1 '-V^iaCL PLAl^S-'MAacHTjO;.-^ ? The^'Barabra^Scrub has been^bramni^lbr' a: (fortnight; and no doubt many hundreds of tons ' !of fi^BTiroott .ahd; fiiaber for fencing have beeni SijistEpyepV: A fife yesterday got up fte iHelf of ? W ;haystack' belonging W.^JHifc iltur^hy,1: ' of (Humpbiey Spring8,r; at 1 'iobn; £0 jgieiB*-n being' ^ie-ur.thB stack at' the time. -: !;JL large Quantity .: jof iag Was destroyed. The idfiaeiitertauiedrfey 'I that some of the men: in5reini-viiig some hay in.'; the1 mbrmnsr had drobned'a match, and thai ?' probably a mir(':hs^i; igriited'it by scratching' amongthe.My.-^Ljtons«id(ence ;of ithe coUbcfeir1 jaf agric^tural.siatistics coiring ' ropn d: 'iiere^so' parly. Most of ;the' farmers iadi» jguess'at'fieir * returns, atidtHe general accorurij; 'given by nearly E allthefarriiets'hereis, that they have overstated: the proceeds of thfeir crops.-^ ^'If-wefcike this info a&...

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AUBURN RACES. UPPER WAKEFIELD TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

AUBURN RAGLES. UPPER WAtEFIELD TUEF OLUB. The first .day's 'meet : in connection with' the above'Club took place on' Wednesday,.March.ll, on -he sections 'belonging 'to Messrs. Freeman ' and Spacktban, ' Rice's Creek, and' sJituate 'about '10 muesTfrom Auburn.. ,3Vb.''6urSelyessiibuldV ^rtain'y have admired the races more had tBey been nearer' the town,. inasmuch astV^'rpaa leadine thereto ^fxjvedv.anythiag but. pleasant, . on account of the traffic, which of course caused the'4ust tb^rise in dense' f Piunies. AjtTiviiig on/ 'the gtoufad we fouiidaTk^ge gathering tiier^^ thei various vevents causiijg a fiousiderable amount of local interest. Ainqngst those 'pre sent we' must not brnifc to, mention the great : niimberbf ladies .that graced ijie scene. We. also; had the pleasure of; seieing.a large number of the aristocracy of .Clarej' as '.Arel! as most of the principal1 tradesman and business meii of that place: The other tovmships''on ihis'fline 'were also-; 'well 'represented. ' '...

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

DISTBIOT OF 5ATAIiA_ A numerously attenaea meenog or ine raie payeis of this district was held, in accordance with the advertisement, in the Schoolroom, at Prospect Village, on Wedne day evening, to consider the advisability of forming a separate district of the southern portion of the present District of Yatala. Mr. T. Robin, having been elected Chairman, read the advertisement calling the meeting, arid said that he was glad so many of the rate payers had been able to attend, as the subject was one of great importance to 'this -portion of the district. He hoped that the discussion would be carried on in a friendly spirit, and that a fair hearing would be accorded to all. -He then called upon ',.-?' Mr. Jas. Harrington, who, after a few re marks, moved the following resolution — ' That it is the opinion of this meeting that the pre-' sent District of Yatala is too large, and that it would be riiore1- advantageous for' the interests of the inhabitants to form a separate district of t...

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

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ANGASTON. March 7. — Present-^— All. Clerk to write to Road Board, and call their attention to the bad state of the main road from Petrass's Comer to Lindsay Bridge ; also, that main road might be ' defined at once from Angaston to New Bridge, at Tarrawatta. Tenders to be called for one dozen constables' staves, Mr. G. Watson applied to have the road repaired between Mr. Smith's and Tarrawatta , Bridare. Council would; as soon as the main line of road to the South Rhine, was defined, pay attention to roads there; had instructed the* Olerk- to bring the matter before the -Road Board. Mr.. Bartch Applied for £1 8s. 6d.f expenses in taking desti tute person to Hospital ; to be paid. ' Clerk stated that he was requested by Mr. F. Fischer' to apply to have an approach cut into his section from the district . road ; ordered to be done, if cost not exceed £1. P. Brown to be paid 20s. for cutting approach to Harris's section. Payments, £85 Is. 6d. ;

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

GOOLWA. The Regatta. — On Thursday, March 12, a regatta took place at Goolwa. . The day was very beautiful, and although there was not a stiff breeze, there was just sufficient wind to bring out the good points of the respective boats which competed [ in the several races. There was a large attendance in the course of the afternoon, and the sports passed off with satisfaction. Shortly before 1 o'clock the start tooK place tor tae Fibst Race. — For sailing-boats ; open to boats under 16-feet keel, for which there were seven entries. Mr. T. Goode's boat The Wye won, with Mr. J. Varcoe's Little Fish second, and Mr. : Wi Varcoe's Jolly Butcher third. There was a protest against Mr. Goode's boat as being over the prescribed limit of keel, but the protest has not been decided. ... ? Second Race.— For sailing boats under 20 feet keel. . There were six entries, and the race was won by Mr. Macdonald's (Victor Harbor) Louisa, Captain George Johnson's Galatea being second. Mr. 'Varcoe's Little...

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

VIRGINIA. The 'Very Rev. J. E. Tenison Woods, Direc tor-General of Catholic Schools, and the Rev. T. Murphy, examined the Virginia School, on Monday, March 9. About 48 children presented themselves before the Director-General for examination, and answered ihe many hard questions he put to them very creditably. There were also present four members of the Local Board, and a great many parents and others who take an interest. in education. The following prizes were then awarded : — First Class— Kate. Hoge first prize, and Mary Ann O'Dea honorable mention. Secmd Division Pat Walsh first prize, Hannah Sheedy second prize, and Robert Hoge third prize. First Division of the Second Class— First prize, Michael Maloney ; second prize. Mary O'Lough lan ; and Mary Guidera, honorable.. mention. Second Division— Fir^t prize, Pat Spain; second prize, Kate Ryan. Sequel Class-1— First prize, John Walsh; second prize, John Featherston. Third Class— First prize, Susan Featherston; second prize, Anne M...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

BAILWAY TIME TABLESi Adelaide to Port:— 7.30, 9.10, 11.0, 12.0, 1.40 3.30, 5.20. 8.0. -Sundays -9.0, 1.30, 3.30, 5.30. Port to Adelaide :— 8.20, 10.0, 12.0, 1.40, 2.30, 4.30, 6.15, 9.0.— Sundays— 10.0, 2.20, 4.30, 6.30. Nobthebn Bailwat. down teatks. Adelaide ? \ 7. O 11-45 4.30 Nti5h Adelaide :.. 7. 4 11.49 4.34 DryOreek ? 7.20 — 4.50 Salisbury ? 7.35 12.20 5. 5 Smithfield ? 7.50 12.35 5.20 Gawler Town ... 8.10 12.55 5.40 Goods only. Gawler Town ...1 8.20 — - 5.50 Frceling ... ... ; 8.45 — 6.15 Boseworthy ... 9.15 — 6.45 Kapunda ? ) 9.45 — 7.15 -OP TBAINS. Kapunda ... .;. 7. 0 — 4.30 Fords ... .;.-. 7.10 — 4.40 Freeling ... ..: 7.30 — 5. 0 Boseworthy ... 7.48 — 5.18 3awier ... ... 8. 5 — 5.35 Mix. Trains. Gawler ? 8.15 1.30 J 5.45 Smithfield .. 8.30 L45 1 6. 0 Salisbury ... ... 8,45 2. 0 6.15 DryCreek ... 9.0 — 6.30 North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 6.46 Adelaide ....... 9.25 2.W 6.55 Sunday trains leave Adelaide'* for Kapunda, at 8 o'clock a.m..!«n the following dates : — January 5, 19...

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

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF STANLEY. TO H. E. BBIGHT, ESQ., M.P., GAAVLER TOWN. -?:??-? Clare, jMarcn2, 1865. -:? Dear Sir — We 3lie undersigned, Electors of the District of Stanley, feeling that we have in you a thoroughly 'har.lwbrldng, conscientious, and painstaking member, have great 'pleasure in requesti gyou to coaie forward at the next election as a Candidate for the representation of this District. Signed liy — W. L Beaxe, J.P. A. King, J.P, P. McNamara, J.P. A. Melville, J.P. J. EL Bleechmore ?' ' JL Quinlan And 56 other gentlemen. TOEE. BttlGHT, ESQ. Port Gawler, March 3. 1868. DearSir— We thenndfersigned, Electors of the Division of Stanley, having every confidence in your ability, integrity, and honestyas a legis lator, beg that you will consent to be nominated as a Candidate for the representation of this District at the forthcoming election. ' r ~ '' Signed fay ' ' - ' H. Warren, J.P* -. W. McCord H. Homhardtz ' W. Pederick J. Carson = C. Pernby . And 60 other gentlemen. TOG...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. Monday. Maech 9. Present —His Worship the Mayor., andiill the Councillors except Messrs* 4 1 ill and Bundey. DEATH OF THE GOVERNOR. His Worship mentioned that a letter of condolence hid been sent to Lady Daly, and a reply received thanking the Council for their expression of sympathy. - His Worship read the following letter to the Council, on the subject of the position assigned to the Corporation on the occasion of the late Governor's funeral : — 'Gentlemen — On the ? recent mournful rc casion of the death of his late Excellency Sir D. Daty, who so ably and worthily governed this province, our duty was to pay our last tribute of respect to his memory. This duty we performed, an-l- although we- did not take the place assigned to us in the public proces sion, we, together with the Worshipful the Mayor and Corporation of. Port .Adelaide (who, I am glad to say, supported our action), humbly and reverently followed His Excellency's remains to (heir la«t resting pl...

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

LIGHT. March 7. — Present — Messrs. R. Rankine (Chairman), Kriiger, Bald, and Green. Received a circular referring to grant-in-aid ; also a letter referring to closing road between Sections 220 and 221. Mr! James McNamara applied to the Council 'to have the well on Reserve near Section 403 cle med. Agreed to expend £3 for same. He also applied to have a ford or cul vert over creek near Section 399. Clerk in structed to call tenders accordingly ; aa also for building a culvert near Section 398 ; the whole near Ford's station. Tenders for making road (10 chains) and cutting drains on the road leading west of Freeling, Michael Horan, £70 (accepted). Other tenders, £74 16s, £85, and £85 15s. Circular received from Destitute Board referring to rations. The charge for the burial of Mr. John Thomas, a destitute, was considered too high.

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

CUSTOMS RETCTRNS. Abstract return of Customs receipts 7pr the week ended Saturday, March 7,: 1868 '-.—?' Port Adelaide— * Spirits ... .- ...£674 19 9 Ditto, colonial distilled ... T''\- 9 Tobacco and cigars... ... 78 ' 2 0 Miscellaneous-Fixed duties 74511 5 Ad valorem do. ... ...1,909 16 0 Outports— Port Augusta ... ... 36 0 0 Adelaide . ? -. - 655 17 4 '?'??- £4,098 8 3

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COMMERCIAL WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

V QOMMERm AvL WEEKiY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, . Fri9ay evening. March 13. GbsbBAiMebchandisb.— There is veryjittle, ? ifahyj ?improvement.- to' note-in 'the market for imported goods during the week. Business, on the whole, keeps very quiet,- -and traders buy sparingly. The purchases made have been mostly fbr sortang-up purposes ; afew moderate sized parcels have, however, changed hands, but there are ? no sales of importance to chro nicle. . ?' ??'? ? ? ''? ' ' I The share market has hot been brisk during ?the week. Buyers are very slack, and will riot give quotations. 'Bank of Adelaide have been, done at £4 10s. % Adelaide Life, 10s. :' The -following is a summary of traffic on tbr South Australian. Railways for the week end ing March 7' — Port Line — Passengers, £233 13s. 8d. ; goods, £215 4s. Id. ; total, £448 17s. 9d. North Line— Passengers, £482 15s. 7d.; %oods, £925 16s. 3d. ; total, £l,40S lls. lOd Grand total, £1,857 9s. 7d. CoBlf Mabket. -The market for w...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

^ffi^PPtN^ fpWS^v .- -:? * ? ; — ?— ? ' — ? - ? :''?' ? ? . arrived. ?.:??? ?; :? ! .ANALGISTA, sohbontay 30 tons,' John, 'McLeoa, master, from Cape Jeryis,,Ilapid Bay, and Kangaroo {Island. .^Four passengers. Cargo— 114 bags -^wheat^T. Johnston ;*t5 do. do., Ji Grosse aim Co. | 75 do! do.', R. Tapley'; 18 do. barley, Primrose j 450 sheepskins, .56 Mdes, 2 bids, tallow, J; Christopher. ' ' . - ' CrIFT, schooner, 30 tons, Grimulade, waster, from Port Lincoln, Lputh, and Tuinby Bays. ^ ? KMkYi barque, 422 tons, William Campbell, mastery from Cardiff November ^28. : . - EDBLINB,; barque,' 499 'tons, WiJU Hafliday, master, from Cardiff. September; 10, yia,:Bio Janeiro Berber 3L : ?Elder/Smithi and O&y ?gents. : Passenger— Mr. Ord, in ftecahuw HELENA, barque, 346 tpiis, P. A- Wakeman, maston/from Gefle October 26; Copenhagen, ttbvemberl2. Philip Levi and Co. agents. ... ROYAL SHEPHERD; steamer, 244 tons, H. Ward master, from Port Augusta. Passengers —Mrs. Square and- family, M&am...

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EXTRAORDINARY "SCENE" IN THE ASSEMBLY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

EXTRAORDINARY ' SCENE ' EST THE ASSEMBLY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. It will be perceived from our Parliamentary report that the public were yesterday ordered to withdraw from, the House. The proceedings of the Assembly at that time were characterised by disorder of a kind more serious than any ever before witnessed within the -walls of our Legislature. The era of muscular politics has commenced, and rapidly advanced from the ?lenched fist to the loaded whip. Our ordinary record of the debates of course stops when the public are excluded and the doors of the Assembly closed ; but the exclu sion of the press is not necessarily fatal to the publication of information which it may be requi site to print for the enlightenment of the con stituencies. The motion before the House was that certain papers should be printed, and Mr. Parkes was about to address the House in relation thereto. Several hon. members on the Opposition Benches objected to his making a speech which, in their opinion, would p...

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 14 March 1868

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. : Return of passengers inwards and outwards at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Satur day March 7, 1868 :— Inwards.— Male adults, 18; female adults, 7 ; male children, 0 ; female children, .0. Outwards.— Male adults, 50; female adults, 20 ; male children, 8 ; female children, 2.

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