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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

NOARLUNGA. March 16. — Present — Messrs. J. Clark (Chair man), G. Yates. P. Lumb, G. Radford, and P. BelL Balance-sheet for half-year to be adver tised as usual. William McFadd-n's tender for making junction between main and district roads at Hackham, £61 19s. , accepted ; four other tenders. The names of six defaulters drawn by ballot to be summoned for rates dae. Accounts passed for payment, £32 2s.

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ONAUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

ONAUNGA. March 14. — Present— Messrs. Hunter (in the chair), Jaensch, and Brook. Application from Mr. C. Jaensch to have the. fence put up on new road through Sections 1369 and 1371, as agreed on. Clerk to write to Central Road Board about upper portion of Woodchester branch of South-Eastern main line.

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TALUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

TALUNGA. March 9.— Present— Messrs. S. Randell (Chairman), J. Phillis, W. Cornish, and W. Eglinton. Letter from Chairman of Destitute Board rel tive to forwarding destitute person to the Asylum in Adelaide. Letter from the Com missioner of Crown Lands, requesting that in formation as to circular of the 12th February be sent in. Four tenders for gravelling road, in Ken ton Valley. Thos. Simkinson's, at £1 9s. 6d., per chain, accepted. Ten tenders for widening ford and metalling road in Blumberg. Geo. Walding's, for £19 19s. 6d., accepted. Eight tenders for making culvert and forming road in Blumberg. Joseph Turner's, for £9 5s., accepted. Nine tenders for metalling 10 chains of road in Blumberg. G. Kluge s, for £2 lbs. per chain, ac cepted. Mr. A. Greigpaid£4,privatesubscription towards making culvert in Section 6328. Mr. A. Greig applied for the sideling road to be cut in the above Section ; deferred till next meeting. Mr. Cornish said he wanted the Council to apply to the Central R...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Leicgbs held Over. — We have .to request the indulgence of several esteemed correspon dents, for whose letters it is impossible at present to make room. JoHH Pibt. — -Letters from candidates, or from, electors writing in reference to particular candidates, are advertisements, and can only appear as such. Abithmehcaii Queeies, &c- Instead of our, usual batch of queries and puzzles, we are this week compelled (thanks to the English mail and innumerable pressing reports) to put our juvenile friends off with a Latin quotation — JFecessitas non habet leges, which we venture to translate thus — Newspaper columns have no flexibility; x'ne fact is we are completely ' crowded out,' and when we can't do the best we would, we must do the best we can. Poetic CoMTEiBDTroNB.— Several poeais are unavoidably declined. The present crowded state of our columns leaves us no option, but compels tib reluctantly to decline many favors which at another time would be welcomed. ^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

THE ELECTIONS: COUNTRY DISTRICTS. Candidates for' Parliament, Election. Ageivts, and Hie Constituencies generally, are informed that every description of Election Printing can be had at the Offices of the Advertiser and Chronicle on the most fdvprable terms ; and executed in a manner which will not fail to give perfect satisfac tion.

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—TWO WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT— TWO WELLS. This Court-House was opened for public business on Wednesday, Ma' oh 18, before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Messrs. H. Warren, Fisher, of Salisbury, Hon. G. S. Kingston, and Mr. O. E. Bright. The Court was opened by the Clerk reading the proclamation from the Go vernment Gazette. The first case called was— Downs v. Moke. — This action was for £31 10s. for wages, for 63 weeks at 10s. per week. The plaintiff stated the particulars of his case, and the defendant not appearing, judgment was given for the defendant for amount claimed. Smith y Cathbib. -Mr. Turner, of Gawler, for plaintiff. Action for money for winnowing machine, and for cutting grass, and also for value of a promissory note, &c. The plaintiff and defendant were both sworn, and gaVe their evidence ; and several witnesses were called on each side, who gave rather conflicting evidence. Mr. Turner addressed the Bench for the de fendant. . Verdict for £3 lls. 6d. The civil cases being d...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. Thursday, March 19. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.,] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Thdbsdat, Mabch 19. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., I Insulting Language. — Michael Bennett was charged with using insulting words to a police man. ' Cautioned and fined 10s. Entebhjg a. Dwelling-house. — Tlwmas Robert Emery, son of Robert Emery, was charged with entering a house with intent to steal. fouce-constaDie iiuoert sam ne rouna the key of the house on prisoner, and on going to the house found the watch pro duced in a sugar basin near the window, through which the prisoner had made his exit. Robert Emery said prisoner was his eon, and was nearly ten years of age. He had been to school, but was not attending now. In reply to His Worship, wit ness said he should like the boy to go to the Destitute School for four years. His Worship said — 'Master Emery, you are too young to be sent on for trial, and I suppose they would only do with you what I am going to do now. You will be sent to the Destitute School for four years. ' Fbidat, Mabch 20. [Before Messrs....

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. TFrom the Government (Gazette, March 19.1 APPLETON, Hundred of Alma (nearest Post-Office, Rhynie), James McMahon, Pound keeper — One light brown horse, low in condi tion', shod all round, like H over & with N under near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold March 23, 1868, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. ' BULL'S CREEK, Section 3286, Samuel Wills, Poundkeeper — One red and white sheety bull, hobble on, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold April 10, 1868, at noon. HAMILTON, John Barnes, Poundkeeper — One red heifer, brush off tail, branded like H near thigh, about eighteen months old. If not claimed, will be sold March 23, 1868, at noon, by a -Magistrate's order. HILTON, Section 49 (nearest Post-Office, Thebarfcon), Thomas Hardeman, Poundkeeper — One bay horse, black legs, off hind foot white, little white on front, feet, small star in fore head, bit rope on neck, no shoes, near hip down, lame near hind leg, branded H near shoulder. If not cla...

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PORT CORPORATION. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

PORT CORPORATION. Fbiday, Makoh 13. Present — The Mayor, Councillors O. L. Leuhrs, P. Hains, J. Bennett, and J. Stone. The Town Clerk reported that the overdraft at the Bank was £538 2s. 3d., and the amount of rates collected to date £2,077 8s. 10d. The Overseer's weekly report of works was read, wherein he recommended that the entrance of the cutting along the embankment be widened to allow of the pontoons approach ine: with greater facilitv. To be instructed -hn carry out the recommendation. Resolved, that the old dock and theland on each side, for the purpose of forming a market-place thereon, be asked for from the Port Land Com pany conditionally. The Town Clerk was in structed to write to the Company accordingly. A letter was received from Messrs. Dunn and Co., calling the attention of th« Council to the bad state of the water-table opposite their pre mises. Referred to the Public Works Com mittee. ? The by-law relative to the cartage of luggage was laid upon the table, and rea...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OP H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. INDIGNATION MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. INDIGNATION MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL. A meeting was held in the Town Hall, Ade laide, on Monday afternoon. It was convened by the Sheriff (Mr. W. R. Boothby) in com pliance with the following requisition : — . 'We the undersigned, colonists of South Aus tralia, having heard of the recent barbarous outrage committed on the person of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh at Sydney, request you will call a public meeting of the colonists, to afford them an opportunity of expressing their feelings on the subject, and of considering the propriety of forwarding Addresses of Condolence to Her Majesty the Queen and to His Royal Highness.' The meeting was convened for half -past 2 o'clock, bat long before that hour the doors were besieged, and when they were thrown open, the crowd rush«d in and filled every space in the immense building, until the Hall was literally crammed from floor to ceiling. Amongst the gentlemen seated on the ...

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THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Thursday, March 19. APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

THE 'GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.' Thursday, Mabch 19. appointments. Thos. Young Cotter, as medical officer for the destitute poor within the Corporation of Glenelg. Rev. A. McCormac, as an officiating minister under the Marriage Act. EBSIGNATIONS ACCEPTED IN THE VOLtFJJTEER AND BESEBVE FOBCES. S. A. Regt. of Cavalry. — No. 4 Troop— Lieut. E. Beck. Artillery. — No. 1 Battery — Gunners H, Loader and S. V. Palmer. Adelaide Regt. -No. 1 Company— Private M. Weidenbach; No. 2 Company— Capt. W. C. Buik and Privates J. R. Graham, J. Hay, and F. Hay ; No. 3 Company— Private W. Scott. Reserve Force. — Private A M. Simpson.

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NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK ? * A few gentlemen resident in Stockport recently invited the presidiug Magistrate, J'. S. Browne, Esq. , together with.Messrs. Palmer and Emerson, selicitors , and the Justices of the Peace, to a luncheon at the hotel, in honor of the opening of the Local Court. After discuss iBg the good things provided by Host Manuel, Mr. J. Watts nronosed 'The Health of Mr. Browne'in appropriate terms, wiich toast was received with great warmth and responded to in feeling terms. Mr. W. Long proposed ' The Local Court of Stockport,' remarking that he thought it would prove a great advantage to the neighborhood. Messrs. RanMne and Smith re sponded. Dr. Mudie proposed 'The Bar of South. Australia, coupling with it the names of Messrs Palmer and Emerson.' Mr. Palmer responded, and expressed the pleasure he felt at seeing Stockport progressing as it was, and thought that it would become a large and thriving place. Mr. Manuel sen., proposed ? '? The Local Magistrates,' which was duly...

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MEETING AT TRURO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

MEETING AT TRTTEO. [From a Correspondent.] On Friday, 13th March, at 8 p.m., a very interesting meeting took place in '' the Truro Hotel, to hear Mr. R. C. Baker's political creed. Mr. A Shannon, J.P., was unanimously called to the chair. Mr. Baker recapitulated his views as expounded at previous meetings. In reply to various questions from electors, Mr. Baker said he thought Australian farms in general were too small, and the land should be surveyed in larger blocks, and classified as classes 1, 2, 3, &c. He wished for a body of yeomanry, not tenantry. Respecting the Northern Territory, he thought there was some corruption at work by the present Ministry in not finishing the sur vey or returning the money to bona fide pur chasers of land. Mr. Cadell was sent to do nothing. He -rould give every chance to wine grown here, but would retain, toe present duty on imported spirits, as luxuries. He would, support a Bill to connect Freeling and Blanche town via Truro by rail or tram...

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MEETING AT PORT ELLIOT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

MEETING AT PORT ELLIOT. Messrs. W. Everard and N. Blyth again met the electors of Encounter Bay, at Smallacombe's Assembly Boom, at Port Elliot, on Friday evening, March IS. The attendance was rather small. Mr. W. Bowman, J.P., was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced the candi dates. Mr. Evebard said, seeing that the attend ance, was small, and that he had addressed, the electors twice already, he thought he would best consult their convenience by simply offer ing to answer any questions which might be put to him. Mr. N. Blyth repeated some of his remarks made at the former meetings in this district, and pointed out that whilst in the House he never voted against any motion which was for the benefit of the .Southern district. He promised his faithful and honest service to the electors, should they do him the honor of returning him. He also expressed his willing ness to answer any questions which the electors might put to him. . ' Dr. Taylor thought the views o? the candi date...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT NORTH ADELAIDE. A meeting of the electors of the district of Ea t Adelaide was held at the Huntsman's Hotel, O'Connell-street, on Saturday evening, March 14. The attendance was large, and Mr. Councillor Bundey presided. In comrrencing the proceedings he claimed a fair and impartial hearing for each speaker who might address them. He explained that the Hon. Thomas Reynolds was prevented from being present in consequence of his being at Port Victor, and pointed out mat mr. j&eynoias lert town prior to his knowing that the present meeting was to be held. Mr. Councillor Wbight said to initiate business he would make a few remarks expressive of his own ^opinions. He then proceeded to intimate that he was op posed to Sutherland's Act and favorable to its repeal, because immigration was not required. (Hear, hear.) He was convinced the land laws needed amendment, but he was not prepared to say in what manner. He held that the Go vernment should carry...

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DISTRESSED FARMERS' DEPUTATION TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

DISTRESSED FARMERS' DEPUTA TION TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY. A deputation of distressed farmers, intro duced by the Hon. J, Morphett, the Hon. G. S. Kingston, and the Hon, j, H. Barrow, and ac companied by the Hon. T. Elder, Mr. Cofflmi M.P., Messrs. Kruger and G, B. Young, waitetl on the Chief Secretary. on Saturday morninS- at 11 o'clock, to urge upon the Government the desirability of assisting the farmers in want with seed wheat. The President said he had been asked, with the Hon. the Speaker and the' Hon. Mr. Barrow, to introduce that numerous deputation. . They brought with them a petition setting forth their condition and claims signed by 107 bona fide farmers, who farmed .30,00 J acres of land. The petition was respectfully worded, and he hoped the Government would give, it serious conside ration. Mr. M. Kenney said that most of the farmers signing the petition were present. All the land they represented would go out of cul tivation unless they were assisted with seed. In their d...

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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [The large number of, meetings wMch are being held all over the colony to express in dignation and abhorrence at the murderous assault on the Duke of Edinburgh, makes it impossible for us to report them fully in the present crowded state of our columns, how ever anxious 'we may be to do so. Friends who kindly send us notices of the^e meetings ?will perhaps bear this in mind, and keep their notices within the limits of a paragraph.]

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MEETING AT PORT VICTOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

MEETING AT PORT VICTOR. On Monday, March 16, a meeting was held at Port Victor to express indignat on at the recent attempt on the life of H.R.H. Prince Alfred. Nearly all the male inhabitants of the town ship assembled, and Mr. J. Henderson, J.P., occupied the chair. Mr. Tite moved — 'That tMs meeting hereby expresses its utter abhorrence and indignation at the atrocious attempt at Sydney on the life of H.R.H. the Duke of Edin burgh, and further desires to record its sympathy with him m the sufferings occasioned thereby. ' The motion was seconded by Mr. Joyce and carried. Mr. R. Allen moved a resolution, so that some effect might be given to the former. It was — ' That the foregoing resolution be forwarded to the Honorable the Chief Secretary, signed by the Chairman on behalf of the meeting, with a request that it be forwarded to His Royal Highness at Sydney, with any other expressions of sympathy that may be dispatched from this colony.' Sir. Davis seconded the motion, whict was p...

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MEETING AT ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

MEETING AT ANGASTON. On Tuesday evening, a meeting waa held at the Angaston Hotel, and was presided over by Dr. Ayliffe. The Chairman, in a few remarks, called upon Mr. Nesbit to move the first resolu tion, which was as follows : — ' That this' meet ing desires to record i s deep regret, and express its profound grief and horror at the murderous outrage wMch has been made upon the person of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.' Mr. Ridgway seconded, and Messrs. Keynesand W. Chirk supported the resolution, which was unanimously carried. Mr. Jepson moved — ' That a letter of sympathy be addressed to the Equerry-in-Waiting upon His Royal Highness, expressing our sympathies with the Duke of Edinburgh, in consequence of the late bar barous outrage against Ms life. Mr. -G. Lewis seconded, and it was carried nnanimously. On the Tmotion of Mr. G. Thomson, the fol lowing address to His Royal Highness was agreed to : — ' We, the undersigned, represent ing the inhabitants of Angaston, in ...

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GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 21 March 1868

GAWLER. The indignation meeting in reference to the attempted assassination of Prince Alfred was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, as advertised on Thursday evening, and was a most loyal and enthusiastic affair altogether, the large hall being crowded. The proceedings commenced with the reading of the requisition, when loud calls were made lor tne .National Anthem, wMch the whole company stood up and sang with* great spirit. The Mayor of Gawler was called to the chair, and spoke of the sorrow he felt for such an occasion, mingled with pleasure at the intelligence of the recoveiy of His Royal High ness. He read excuses from the Rev. FatherRey nolds, R.C.P., Rev. Jas. Gordon, and the Bev. T. Lloyd, who were all prevented from attend ing, but heartily concurred with the object of the meeting. Resolutions very similar to those carried in Adelaide were adopted unanimously, the company standing and cheering each time. The spirit of the resolutions was expressive of sorrow for the sufferings o...

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