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TEDS TALISKER MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

THE TALISKER MIKE. TO THE BDITOE. Sir — In a recent number of your paper I saw a letter headed thus— 'OurMineral Resources,' which letter-was written by a person who signed himself 'V.,' which I presume was intended to cast out a mote from ' Surveyor's' eye ; but in my opinion 'V.' has not cast the beam .first out of his own eye, or else he would not: have made so many erroneous assertions. I quote the following. 'V/'says — ' Every one knows that silver-lead exists in the colony — some of us to our cost, but what use is it ? I know of its existence in nine different places in the province ; but if at Cape Jervis, where the ores are so rich and in such quantity, and the cost of cartage reduced to a Tnimmnm — it does not pay, of what use is searching for it 600 or 800 miles up North?' Now, Mr. Editor, I know a little about Cape Jervis and the lead mines there, and I would here remark that the ores are rich iu silver, when dressed and made marketable; but to accomplish this a heavy cos...

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SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — It having been just brought to my at tention that the names of many of my pupils who very much distinguished themselves were omitted from the notice you kindly allowed to appear in your columns, will you allow me in justice to record here the names of Miss Sarah and Miss Louisa Fowler, Miss Sarah J. Ware, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Mary J. Jones, Miss Sarah A. Stokes, Miss Chartres, Miss Squires, Miss Newbery, Miss Elburn, Miss PolMn horne, Miss E. Jenkins, Masters Spencer, Bonney, and Bonham. I am, Sir, &c., FRANCES K. SHERIDAN. Mackmnon-parade, Jan. 2. [We published all the names supplied to us. — Ed.]

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BOILING DOWN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

BOILING DOWN. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — I see from the papers that large flocks of sheep are being boiled down in the North, at Port Augusta. I am surprised (and no doubt many of your readers are) to find that the squatters in that part of the colony have surplus stock to dispose of, when but a short time since it was stated that it would take them years to -recover their losses and restock their runs ; and roncessions in the agreeable shape of large re. missions of rent were made to them in conse quence. I could possibly understand their boiling down wethers, as no increase could be expected from them to restock their runs with; but when it is stated that ewes are being served in the same way, it appears to me that the losses sustained in that part of the North were not so bad as represented. Perhaps you or some of your correspondents may be in a position to explain what appears to me unaccountable, ' except upon the supposition that flocks of sheep represented as being destroyed afterw...

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THE FIRE AT PORT LINCOLN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

THE FIBE AT PORT LINCOLN. TO THE EDITOR. * Sir — In your edition of the 28th December, your Port Lincoln Correspondent has made several mistakes in his- report of the recent calamity that has befallen me. As he was not on the spot they are excusable, but I shall feel obliged by your inserting the following :— First. The bouse was considered safe by all on the spot 4 so much so, that I kept my family inside till within a few minutes before it became ignited,; woion was caused py a piece ot burning scrub falling on the iron, from thence into the gutter, not by the flames being carried on to the house ; the lighted ember being blown /a considerable distance, passing over the roof of stable and coachhouse ; it was then only that efforts were -made to save the furniture, &c., as it was not. considered the least in danger before. Second. That I insured the furniture, &c., in April kst, and not a short time ago. Third. The furniture was certainly saved from being all burnt ...

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DISTRICT CHAIRMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

DISTRICT CHAIRMEN'S ASSOCIA TION. . The annual meeting of the Association of District.-Cnairmen was held on Tuesday, Janu ary 7, J*12 o'clock. Present— Thomas Play fordv East Torrens, President ; W. Kasther, Mlfeham, Vice-President ; John Col ton, M.P., Sf epney ; C. E. Hewett, Mypongs ; G. Scoular, Munno Para ; D. Chapman, Nairae ; W. Grasby, Onkaparinga ; S. Wilson, Queenstown ; W. Scott, Para Wirra ; J. Paterson, Mudla Wirra; James Copley, Hindmarsh; J. Kemp Penney, Secretary. The Pbesedent opened proceedings, pointing out that the main business of the meeting would be to recommend for election, by the District Councils, four members of 'he Central Koad Board, the retiring members being: Messrs. Bright, M.P., Everard, A. Hallett, and Kelly. ???.- Mr. Pateeson moved that 'those gentlemen be *e-elected. They had performed their duty very creditably, and he thought the Councils would%eaerally be favorable to their return. Mr. W. Scott seconded, and Mr. Wilson supported^the motion. i...

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MEETING AT VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

MEETING AT VIRGINIA. A public meeting was held- at the 'Virginia Hotel, on Monday evening, January 6, for the purpose of considering what steps ate necessary, for the relief of the. present distressed state of the agricultural interest. The attendance was not large, and ' the chair was occupied by Mr. Lawrence Hewitt. The proceedings having been commenced in the ordinary way, Mr. John Nash moved— That it is the opinion of this -meeting that the farmers of the surrounding districts of Virginia require aid from the Government, to obtain seed for the envuing year.' He found that the crops gene rally were a great failure, and soii.e thing must be done, for although the fanners did not want to come under the denomination of p'aupers, they desired to be assisted, as there were many of them who would not get by their crops the wheat th^y bad sown. In his opinion it would be well if the Government advanced money at a percentage. The old wheat on hand would not be more than 300,000 or 400,00...

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MEETING AT PENFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

MEETING AT PENFJELD. ..-?- :, A public meeting was held at the Council Penfield, on, Monday afternoon, January 6, for the purpose of -''hearing report's of the state of the wheat crops in this district, ?: and to take into consideration the best means of providing seed wheat for the ensuing season.' There were between 60 and 70 persons present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Samuel Smithain, the Chairman of the Munno Para West District CounciL TheCHAiEMAN, in commencing the pi oceed ings, read the advertisement convening the TBeeting, and remarked, that the crops generally in that and the 'Port Gawler district were a complete 'failure. Hebelieved if Government did not render assistance, a large quantity of land this year would be left uncultivated, but from what he could learn, he thought the Government intended taking action in the matter. ' Mr. Jambs Lindsay observed that there were £50,000 in the hands of the Government to be distributed amongst the farmers of this colony —{oh...

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THE FARMING INTEREST. DEPUTATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

THE 3FABMING INTEREST. DEPUTATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. A deputation consisting of the Hon. J. T. Bagot, Mr. J Paterson, and Mr. Dorkins waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works on Tuesday morning, January 7. The Hon. Mr. Bagot, in introducing the deputation, said they had attended at the re quest of a meeting of farmers recently held in the North, and wished to lay before the Com missioner a resolution passed at that meeting, asking the Government to push forward public works in the way suggested. In his opinion the plan proposed was feasable ; but Mr. Pater son would go into the matter more fully. Mr. J^Patersok remarked that the resolu tion referred to was as follows: — 'That this Committee having personal knowledge that very many agricultural laborers are thrown out of work through the inability of long employers to continue them in their service as heretofore, through the failure of the wheat crops, feels urgently called upon to draw the attention of Governme...

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BRIGHTON CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

BRIGHTON CORPORATION. Mokdat, January 6. Present— Mayor, Councillors Baker, Futcher, Jtobinson, and Renfrew. ' - Surveyor reported satisfactory completion of H. Edwards's contract for building culvert and making approaches thereto upon town road near Seacombe. - Also on Mr. Ayliffe's contract for cutting and making road through sandhills to beach near Somerton, except slopes upon sides or road, winch contractor promised to finish ..satisfactorily. Mayor and Councillors Baker 'and Catcher to meet Surveyor to inspect the road. ~ : * ~ Letter from Mr. -Mais in reference to pur -ehasetaf piece of land atSoinerfori useless for road purposes, and enclosing cheques for £5 as deposit, Tpwh-31erk to take necessary steps to ^tland conveyed to Mr. Mais, r '?? : ;'-?? : ? ' : Apersbn- 46 be appointed to slot *as iEanger, Constable, and Inspector of Naisances. Paymeate, £123 4e. Cd,

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

ORIGINAL POETRY. . . TO THE NEW TEAR. Welcome, all welcome to th.ee, Though none tliy footsteps near, So silent is their foming, Thou young, thou fresh New Tear, A fair, blight gift from heaven, As yet all undefiled. No sin-stains resting on thee, - Pure as the little child. m. . . We ask not .what thou bringest ; Thy moments will unfold bomeoi tne nj.ystic future That is as yet untold ; The days of joy and sorrow, The fair skies overhead, ? Thorns with gay flowers upspringing, Where our poor feet may treai. Yet, welcome art thou, bearer . Of future good and ill ; Let that thou holdest secret, To as ba secret still. We leave all coming morrows For duties of to-day,' For ' Father, give /us daily bread,' We all are taught to pray. The old year has departed, With all its tnfled hours, Seeming like shadows that have passed .. Just by these lives of ours. Oh, idle word— oh, thoughtless act, Oh, precious wasted day, What mighty voice can call ye back When ye are gone for aye ? There's som...

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KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

KENSDfaTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. ?-*; ?':.-?' ? Thttesdav. .Takhaiiv 2. ;: - Present— HiB Woribip the Mayor, and' all the Councillors. ; . ' . .. -; ' Applications from Messrs. Wells, Hutson, and Moulden, for burning stubble. ' Leave granted. It wasTesolvedthat the security to be found by the 'Valuator and Collector should be £250, through a Guarantee Society, and his own bond. ?? . . Twenty-one applications fer the office of Valuator and Collector were received, and the successful applicant was Mr. W. Armitage. Eight tenders for painting Council Chamber were received, and that of A. J. Cockburn, at £6 5s., was accepted, subject to bis signing an. agreement, if required. The tender of Mr. J. Smith, for cartage, at 7s. €d. per day, was ac cepted. ; . The report of the Public Works Committee -was adopted. It was resolved tbat the works recommended by the Committee be cnnied out. It was resolved that screened gravel should be used for the making and repairing of the roads, and that ...

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Agriculture and Horticultural. THE WHEAT CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

[?] THE WHEAT CROPS. It has been our misfortune to write so often of bad crops, that it Is quite re freshing to'be able to say a little on the other side of the question. This gratifi cation we may, however, now indulge in, having just examined 30 samples of wheat grown in the neighborhood of Undalya, Auburn, Watervale, and Mintaro. The samples have been col lected with great care, and by a party wholly free from any interested bias, whether to exaggerate or to depreciate. The 30 samples may be classified as follows : — One, old wheat, and which we may there fore pass without further notice. One, self sown, and only yielding 4 bushels to the acre ; but very fair wheat. One sample, declared to be a fair average of the worst wheat in the Auburn district. This is estimated to yield about 5 bushels to the acre. The grains are shrivelled, but the sample is not parti cularly bad ; at all events our Gawler Plains friends would be very thankful if it were a sample of tlv&ir produce....

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PORT CORPORATION. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

FORT CORPORATION. FEIDA.T, JANUABT 3. Presents— His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Wald, Leuhrs, Hains, and Parker. . . The Ovsbseeb reported that a portion of Dale-street had been covered over with silt and limestone crust, the cost of' same being £8 163. per chain. Only six pontoons had been discharged at the southern embankment durine the. week... ' ' .....: - ' ' liesolved, that the Overseer purchase a street roller. ' Mr. McKendrick attended, in reference to his coatraot for.the enibankment, and stated that he had been put to some expense and trouble, and the Overseer had informed him the Council could not carry on the work. He asked the Council .to grant him some remuneration. . Eesolved; that the sum of £5 be paid him on cancelling theTcontract. ; ,' - . A ^^letleT ^, was ^^ read from : Mr. A. J. Baker, Superuitendent of Fire' Brigades, stating that the Insurance - Companies had already placed two reels, -with hose and all necessary imple ments, in charge of competent firemen...

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OUR STOCKS OF OLD WHEAT AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

OUR STOCKS OF OLD WHEAT AND FLOUR. The year 1867 having closed, we can now go into^the figures of our wheat and flour exports during that twelve months ; and — we may premise — in so doingwehave only one object in view, namely, to ascertain what old wheat was left on hand at the close of 1867. Limiting our enquiry to this one point, we shall not meddle with the exports of barley, oats, and bran ; nor even with the money value of the wheat and flour shipped during the period under consideration. The official returns for the last quarter of 1867 have not yet been published, tad as the Gazette weekly reports give quantity only (and not value) we shall limit ourselves to ascertaining, so far as these records enable us, what have been the shipments of our principal cereals for 1867, and what we had left on hand on New Year's Day, 1868. We need not make any allowance for 1866 wheat remaining on hand on January 1, 1867, for owing to the scarcity of the former harvest, stocks of old wheat m...

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. ADJOURNED MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Before Mr. S. Tomkinson, Mr. J. Jacobs, and Commissioner Hamilton.] TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

BENCH OF MA.GISTEATES. ADJOURNED MEETING. Mokdav, Jakuaet 6. [Before Mr. S. TomMnson, Mr. J. Jacobs, and Commissioner Hamilton.] . TRANSFERS. Shute, Emma, executrix of the will of ¥m, Henry Shute, to George Kirby, of the Forest Inn, Bay Boad. Granted. ? ' Orani, Mary Anne, adniinistratix of estate of James Oram, to herself, the Mill Inn, Hiverton, Granted. ' - . Dunn, Mary, executrix of James Dunn, to nerself, the Wakefield Bridge Hotel, Lower TVakefield. Granted. ' .. Strother, Win., and Von Bertouch, Sophus, Executors of Theodor Essberger, to Bertha Essberger, the Nuriootpa Hotel, Nuriootpa. Granted. Catchlove, Emma, widow of Henry Catchlove, to herself, the Bailway 'Hotel, Eapunda. Granted. - ' ' ' . PERMIT. Clausen, Amos, Liverpool Hotel, Glenelg. obtained permission to carry on business until Marchnext. . NBWH0D6ES. . . Simon, J. C, Evening Star Hotel, Taylor's Gap. Granted. ; 'Steed, 'Win., Boseworthy Hotel, Soseworthy. Application withdrawn. . StiADGHTBErNG LICENCES. ?; Bartl...

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MARINE BOARD. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

MARINE BOABD. MONBAT, JANUABY 6. ..,-., Present— Captain J. W. South (in the chair}; . Messrs. J. -M. Linklater, G. W. Hawkes, and 0. H. T. Connor. ..\ ' ?_ Eeceived Treasury letter,- stating, in reference to the Board's recommendation of the 23rd instant, that a steam dredge and two screw hopper pontoons, in accordance with the report' ' of Mr. Duncan, ^Superintending Engineer of the Clyde Trust, should be -ordered from/England. The Treasurer considered Jihat as the Board had .previously agreed with him in the propriety of seeking tenders for the' deepening operations at .Port Adelaide, he does not see the advisability ' of ordering the plant in question until 'that system has been tried, or until efforts to obtain : such tenders have failed ; and even in the - latter contingency it will be necessary for the _ Treasurer to comply with Section 8 of the Act,' Mo 26 of 1866-7 by previously submitting a pro position for the large outlay which would be entailed in acquiring the dredge a...

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THE BREEDING AND MANAGEMENT OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

v ? THE BREEDING AND MANAGE MENT OF PIGS. Too little attention is generally paid by farmers to their pigs ; they are left pretty much to take care of' themselves, and are oftenkept solelyforthepurpose of consum ingref use which would otherwise be wasted. The cost of increasing a stock of pigs is very trifling, as they multiply rapidly, and may, with good management, be maintained so cheaply in store condition. It is however, on dairy farms where the greatest number may be profitably kept, more particularly on those that have a considerable /proportion of arable land. During the chees%-making months the whey 'Trail provide food, and -when, that runs short ^tubbing conies in to help, and after stubbing the root harvest. On a dairy farm, with no plough land, the farmer will be obliged to buy food for his pigs during the winter months. There are three ways of disposing of pigs ; they may either be sold as stortes, when weaned or later, or they may be fed and sold either as porkers or ba...

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EDUCATION BOARD. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

EDUCATION BOARD. Monday, January 6. Present— Messrs. W. C. Belt (Chairman), W. Cavenagh, M.P., Arthur Hardy, J.P., A. Sidney Clark, J.P., and J. Bath (Secretary). EXAMINATIONS. Favorable reports of the examinations of the following schools were received : — John Hogarth's, Millel, by the Ven. Archdeacon Twopeny ; Mary A. Brooke's, Claraville, by the Revs. Twopeny and Cald well ; Thomas Enoch's. Mebro3e} by Messrs. S. King, S.ftL, and Ardre'ws; F. C. Denovan's, Mount Gambier, by the Revs. Caldwell, Don, and Twopeny ; Mary A. Mackay's, Mount Gambier, by Rev. R. A\ Caldwell; John Lloyd's, Wallaroo, by Rev. G. * W. Patchell; D. Horan's, Farrell's, Flat, by Messrs. Howley, Faulkner, and Dowd; John Holt's, Sellick's Hill, by Rev. George Benny j Joanna Musgriffs, Cheltenham, by Rev. M. H. Pollitj Maiy -Davison's, Hindmarsh, by Mr. i&s'-.^-fX.:- ?????!?? - i-- .'? -'-? ' ??'?? ?? -?' -i:- ? -?? ?? ' Magarey; Thonias Lawton's,. Bowden, by Mr. John Pickering ;' Phoebe Aston, Brompton,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

PAEAMATT1:! MINING XT OOMPAKY (LIMITED.)— NOTICE is hereby given thai Che OEDINABY GENERAL HALF-YEARLY MEETING .of SHAEEr HOLDEBS in i&e above JGorapaiiy -will be held at the Arbitration Hall, WHITE'S BOOMS, King William-street, onTHUBSDAY, 16th January inst., at 3 o'clock p.m. ' _- i' JAS. S. SCOTA Secretary. Temple Chambers, Chinie-street, January 7, 1868. ws3xl '\TELTA MINING COMPANY. JL KOTICE is hereby given that a CALL of TWO SHILLINGS and SIXPENCE per Share, payable on 2nd January, 186S, has been agreed ?uponata General Meeting of the Shareholders in the .Company ; and all Shares upon - which the said Call remains unpaid. after the expira tion of twenty-one days from that date will be absolutely forfeited. Shareholders must state to the. Secretary the numbers of the Shares on ?which they pay the CalL . Thursday, the 23rd instant, is the last day for payment of this CalL JAS. S. SCOTT, Secretary. Temple Chambers, January % 1863. . ' ? thm2xi I'~N THE COURT OF INSOLVENC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 January 1868

DOIT ¥AKEF1»^P JF. XT BLSEGSMOBE, lai^JpM, jpp CoHUxS£|n»K Acussr. JflfemJHJgwiiBW''^^ or xe^J^^aSmm^^^^UtMIH^M ^^Sgenfcxar jSouft Australian Insurance Com pany. . ' - November 16, 1867. -xq FEZ. I X M c L A R E H , AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION . AGENT, Hurray-street, Gawler {between the Old Spot and the Post-Office). Goods Sold on Commission, Properties Valued, and Sales attended many part of the country. Prompt settlements may be depended on. Gawlsr, February 21, 1866. xc LO IT I S L E Y, LICENSED StJBVEYOB, LAND AND Comhis sion Agent, KiPUNDA. Agencies at Auburn, Clare, and Riverton, N.B.— Architectural Designs Prepared. ' ^ . Money to Lend on Freehold Security. xc PORT WAKE FIELD. ? TO FARMERS AND OTHERS; WHEAT BOUGHT on Commission, Shipped, Stored, or disposed of according to instructions. Bags Lent to Farmers. Up-country Stores promptly forwarded from Port Adelaide, xq ? SOOTT, LITTLE, & HORN. SCOTT & LITTLE, Agents, ? PORT ADELAIDE. WHEAT SOLD or STORED for Farme...

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