ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: South Australian Chronicle And Wee... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 119,871 items from South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
119,871 results
THE BRITISH WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

— - : ? . m ? - ? . THE BRITISH WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. The question of a foreign supply of wheat and flour between the present time and the use of the next crop is becoming more and more problematical as the sea son advances and the condition of other countries becomes better known. The account, indeed, given in . the French papers, is quite serious enough to ex cite tne apprehensions ot tnose interested. in the supply of cereal food, and who have been looking to certain quarters to furnish : it ; while the probability is, that not only have such granaries much less than usual to spare, but that for this there will be competition from others that have been hitherto went to furnish their quota to other places, and to England in particular, where there is a constant demand,' irre- spective of good or bad harvests. From the statements we have referred to, it appears that in Northern and Eastern Russia, Finland, Eastern Prussia, Tunisia, and Algeria, the population is in a state of act...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SMITHFD3LD FARMERS' CLUB. The usual monthly - meeting of the above Club was held at the Smithfield Hotel on Friday 'evening, the 20th inst. There was a full attendauce of the leading members, in cluding the Pre ident and Vice-President. A letter from Lyndoch was read; asking for copy of rules, the farmers there being about to form a Club in that locality. Mr. G. Scoular then read a paper .on ' The Origin of Rust in Cereals,' as follows : — 'Red rust has been the all-pervading topic of conversation for some' time past. It cannot, therefore, be far out of place for this Club to devote at least one evening to the same subject. In short, as the name of our Clnb implies, we, iis members, being most directly interested in the matter, are the parties above all others who ought to be best qualified to discuss this all important question. The few words I have to say this evening tend to oppose pre-advanced theories on this subject. It will, I am aware, appear presumptuous on my part attempti...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHEEP AS A MEANS OF IMPROVING WORN-OUT LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SHEEP AS A MEANS OF IMPROVING WORN-OUT LAND. Our observation has led us to believe that the improvement of worn-out or poor lands simply- by feeding sheep on them is a very slow process. We have seen large sheepwalks which: had been under such management for many years (probably oyervJO), and yet the improvement must lave been very slight, if we might judge by; the condition of the land at the end of that period. 'And' if we; reflect a little we will see that this is just the result we might have expected. It is true that large amounts of vegetable matter are produced and fed off, and much of this is returned to the soil in a condition which is the very besfrfor promoting its fertility. But at the same time large quantities of the most valuable mineral matters are carried off in the shape of wool and mutton, and the loss thus occasioned is in general very nearly equal to the gain accruing from the other part of the pro cess. This loss might be met, and, in a measure, counteracted ~b...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, S.A., DISTRICT 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHA BITES, S.A., DISTRICT 8. The annual meeting of this DisMct was held in the Southern Star Teat Room, on Tuesday, March 17, at 10 a. in. Present— The D.C.R., Brother W. Maley ; D.D.R., W. Lewis; D.T. , M. H. Madge ; D.S.B. Alcock, aiid 25 delegates from the various Tents. Resolved— ' That au address, signed by the District Officers, be for warded to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, ex pressing our deep and heartfelt sympathy with him in his great affliction, and our indignation and horror -at the base aud fiend-like act of attempted assassination, by which a noble and amiable Prince was so nearly deprived of his life.' Balance-sheet, Auditors', Trustees1, and Officers' reports were read. Resolved, that the same be received and printed, and circulated as usual. Theofficers'reportstatedthatanaddress of welcome had been presented to the Duke of Edinburgh ; also that the officers had visited the various Tents, and held meetings for the advancement of the temperance...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A FEW PARAGRAPHS FROM THE CODE NAPOLEON, "ANENT" TENANT FARMERS, THEIR LEASES AND PRIVILEGES. Book 3, Title 8. Chap. 2, Section 3. [TRANSLATED FOR THE "CHRONICLE."] REGULATIONS PECULIAR TO FARM LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

A FEW PARAGRAPHS FROM THE CODE NAPOLEON', ' ANENT ' TENANT FARMERS, THEIR LEAS.SS AND PRIVI LEGES. Book 3, Title 8. Chap. 2, Section 3. [TRANSLATED FOB THE ' CHRONICLE.'] Regulations peculiar to Farm Leases. Paragraph 1,766. If the tenant of a rural property do not stock it with cattle and the necessaryimplements for working it, if he neglect the cultivation of it, or otherwise not cultivate it, en bonpkre de famille, like a good father of a family, if he make use of the property let to 'him for other purposes than that it was in tended for, or generally, if he do not fulfil the clauses of the lease, to the advan tage of the lessor, the latter can, accord ing to circumstances, annul the lease. Should the tenant be the cause of an nulling the lease, he will be responsible for all damages and interest. 1.769. If the lease be for several years, and that during the period of the lease the whole, or at least, the half, of a crop be destroyed by any accident, the farmer can demand a -remi...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES—ALBERT DISTRICT ANNUAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RE CHABITES— ALBERT DISTRICT AN NUAL COUNCIL. The Annual- Council of the Albert District took place in the Temperance Hall, North Ade laide, on Monday, March 16. There were pre sent—Mr. Geo. Newman, D.D.R. (in the chair), Mr, John Cleave, D.T., Mr. Geo. W. Cole, D.S., Mr. Geo. Bickle, D.G., and the following representatives of Tents1: -Mr. Thos. Mason, Northern Star; Mr. J. W. Goss, Alliance ; Mr; Geo. Emerson, Life of Moonta;Mr. S. S. Wil liams, . Albert ; Mr. H. J. Pudney, - Hope of Strathalbyn; Mr. W. Percival, Hope of An gaston ; Mr.' F. Frich, Jonadab ; Mr. J. T. Headdey, Star of Saddleworth ; Mr. J. H. Risley, Excelsior ; Mr. J. M. Cornelius, Aurora Australis; Mr. G. Bryant, Pioneer. Repre sentatives of two other Tents were too late to take their seats. Three were fined for sending no representatives $ the others were excused, the reasons assignei being deemed satisfactory. The D.C.R., the Rev. J. G. Wright, being called ou.t of town on his ministerial dut...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

- .: ?y:^y.^'&-; ?????::-;.'«--Tv. . ?? ?.?;-..?-? ; ^a^gt^i^PB, ^SHfiiflBff DIRECT^ //^?^Ctf^^IJ&WSHA.Y BAlLEY, .: .'- ' ' ''-' ; v GaptednSMisenberg,1 Trail feiye prompt dispatch. ?-?'-. for th^^bye#ort. .A-; \- ???':':. *;'-i '.'-'' \ ~'-- :; ? : - :, For Flight or P^sage, apply Soij ,1' ?' ' - ??'? dxc' ,-'vv,v-.'.-^s ?' .r-^^.'i^BJi^E^vieo. '?'.. - . . ''- '?' ^*ffi :^ipiamR^Wili|Ti^ Hylaif^&Mr the Sb^ye, Regatta! 'j&^Jp^oJra^jcHxay,^ F-E L I IX M c L Jl'&'.~E N AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, Murray-street, Gawler (between the Old Spot and the Post-Gffice). Goods Sold on Commission. Properties^Valued, jand ? - Sales attended in any part of the country. . Prompt settlements may be depended on. Gawler, February 21,1866. xe STORAGE AT PORT ADE^ LAIDE.— The undersigned will be glad *o /receive Wool, Wheat, 'Wine, Hay, or any other description of Goods or Produce, into Mb extensive -Waiehouse and. 'Cellars, LeadennaU-street, Port Adelaide. W...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Literature, Science, and Art. ORIGINAL REVIEW. THE QUEEN'S HIGHLAND JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

; pterito^ ^&jii[c^ A ^rt . ?? — . ♦ . . — ORIGINAL REVIEW. THE QUEEN'S HIGHLAND JOURNAL* A The duty of a reviewer becomes light :: and pleasant when the materials before '-'' him are such as this volume presents. ~jl Not that Royal authors can claim any ^.'exemption from the Jurisdiction of the *?,. High.Oouri of Criticism, thereby saving ' -him the task which devolves unon him ?-' when others ^are cited to appear. 'When Sings or Queens descend into the lists, 'they must take their chance with the .'.-. rest, by their works to be justified, or by - -their works to be condemned.' In the republic of letters the honors are not ?--! hereditary, nor are they bestowed on any because they were born in the purple. On a former occasion, when we intro duced to bur readers a Royal authpr, we had to treat the work in a purely critical manner. The Emperor of the French chose, very rashly, as it proved, to com mit himself to a task for which he was by : no means fitted, and as a conseque...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEETING AT TRURO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

MEETING AT TRUBO. A meeting of the electors of the District of 'Barossa was held on Friday evening, the 20th instant, at the Crown Inn, Truro. There was a fair attendance, and Mr. Morphett occupied the chair. Questions to the only candidate present (Mr. Santo) as regarded his political opinions were asked by Messrs. Kauffman, Potter, Vlctorsen, Sinclair, Fairey, and Taylor, and appeared to have been satisfactorily xumexed, aa a preposition in bis f&rcr was put and carried unanimously. Votes of thanks to the Chairman and Press, the latter being repre sented by Mr. C. Sinclair for the Advertiser and Chronicle, and Mr. Altshula, for the Register and Observer, closed the meeting.

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT ANGASTON. A meeting of electors' was held at ihe An gaston Hotel, on Thursday evening, March 19, to hear the political opinions of the Hon. P. Santo and Mr. S. C. Baker. Mr. J. EL Angas was voted to the chair, and requested a fair hearing for the candidates, however much they might differ from them. Both candidates, having addressed the meeting on the various topics of the day in similar terms to those reported on former occasions, the CHAIRMAN said they, no doubt, after the patient hearing they had had, would be happy to answer any questions that might be put to them. Mr. Jepson said, before putting the questions he had to ask, he would read a telegram he had received from Mr. Skelton, stating -that he was unable to appear before them that night, but would take an early opportunity of doing so. (Cheers,) He would ask Mr. Santo if he would vote against the money being returned to the Northern Territory land-order holders, and if he held any of the or...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DINNER [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

THE DINNER was held at the Talunga Hotel in the evening, when the chair was occupied by Mr. Alex. Hay, M.P., and the vice-chair by Mr. Wm. Sandover. The excellent and ample spread provided by Host Pound having been well discussed, The Chaibuan rapidly disposed of the preli minary toasts, an 1 then called upon all to join him heartily in rfrink-mg the next toast, which was ' The Health of His Koyal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.' Had it not been for the present peculiar circumstances, his health would have been included in 'The rest of the Royal Family,' His Royal Highness had recently been amongst them,' and his visit was a time of rejoicing. They were pleased that this part of South Australia was the first place that he landed at. His wel come was a hearty one. Everybody rejoiced, and all did what they could to make him feel at home and comfortable. The same was done in Melbourne and Sydney ; but lately, in the midst of. a scene of rejoicing, in the midst of a picnic given to the ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

WINES. Judges— Messrs. A. Hay, M.P., C. P. Glover, J. Phillis, and Dr. Ferguson. Red wine, best 3 bottles not fortified,1 £1, A. Greig. Second best do., 10s., Mr. G. White. Other entries — Messrs. J. Bennet, A. Forrest, P. Hillam. aud J. RovaL White wine, best 3 bottles, not fortified, £1, Mr. G. White; second best do., 10s., Mr. A. Greig. Other entries — Messrs. G. White and P. EBllam. Best sample of 3 bottles, vintage of 1863, not fortified, £1, Mr. P. Hillam ; aecond best do., 10s., Mr. J. Bennett. Other entry — Messrs. G. and G. Burton. DATET PBODUCE. Judges— Messrs. J. Ramsay and E. Day. Butter, best 14 lbs. , not leas than three months old, £1, Mr. G. Phillis ; second do., 10s., Mr. Fulwood. Others entries— Messrs. S. Tapscot, W. Harding, and G. Melrose. Fresh Butter, best sample of 3 lbs., 10s.. Mr. G. Melrose. Other entries — Messrs. S. Tapscot, H. Crouch, T. Fulwood, W. Harding, J. Burton, G. Phillis, J. Phillis, jun. ; F. Shep pard, W. 'Windsor, and ? — Zobarth. Cheese, be...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MOUNT PLEASANT SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

THE MOUNT PLEASANT SHOW. The sixth annual Show under the auspices of the Mount Pleasant Agricultural and Horti cultural Society, took place on Thursday, March 19. It was, however, not nearly so suc cessful as on previous occasions. Various reasons were assigned as the cause of this, and the principal and most probable was the failure of the crops ia the neighborhood. Although the Show as regarded the number of the exhibits, was somewhat inferior to its pre decessors, still the attendance was very numerous, and comprised in addition to the &ve candidates— Messrs, Hay, Ward, Sand over, Robertson, and Hardy — aspiring to the honor of representing the district in Par liament, a strong muster of well known and influential gentlemen from the adjacent town ships. 'Doubtless the largeness of the attendance was attributable to the weather, which could scarcely have- been more suitable, it being a beautifully cool sunshiny day. The exhibition of grain, fruits, &c, took place i...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEETING OF THE WORKING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

MEETING OF THE WORKING GLASSES. A meeting of the working classes was held at the Exhibition Building oh Saturday afternoon, the 21st' inst., to express their feelings at the late attempt to assassinate HR.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. There were between 308 and 400 filr. J. JOjses was vorea w me uuau, sum. stated that the reason of calling the meeting was that the meeting at the Town Hall, was held at such ah hour that working men could not attend, and because i hey were not properly represented at it. He then called upon Mr. F. G. Hales. to propose the first resolution. Mr. Hailes said he was sorry to see such a small attendance of the working men, as he had been in hopes that the room would be filled. The resolution he had to propose was— '-That this meeting views with horror and indignation (he late villainous attempt to take the life of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh.' He was car tain that all classes, and Irishmen as well as Englishmen and Scotchmen, would turn their backs upon this ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEETING AT WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

MEETING AT WILLUNGA. On Wednesday, the 18th instant, the monthly Local Court sat for dispatch of business, and amongst -other topics of conversation that of the murderous outrage on the Prince was most rife amongst all who had congregated in the township. It was suggested that tlw presence of the Magistracy would afford a fit sanction for a more public expression of the one-prevailing feeling, and on being spoken to, the Special Magistrate (E. J. Peake, Esq.) at once assented to preside at any meeting that might be assembled. His brother Magistrates concurred. The Chairmen of the District Councils of Wil lunga and Aldinga promptly tendered their support, and late in the afternoon as it was, and though there was no means of announcing the intended meeting by placard or advertise ment, such was the force of the mingled feel ings of loyalty and detestation of the crime that has stained - the soil of Austra lia with the blooi of a sen of our Queen, that no sooner was Ihe Oddfellows' Hal...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP ON THE MANCHESTER EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP ON THE MANCHESTER EXECUTIONS. Dr. Moriari5,theB«man.-Catholic Bishop of Kerry, has addressed the following letter to the Boman Catholic Clergy of that county :— ' Venerable Brethren— We saw yesterday in a Dublin weeklv newEDaroer a list -of places ?where Requiem Masses or other solemn services were celebrated for the persons lately executed in. Manchester.. To our great surprise one of the places named, was JKillarney. We lose no time to contradict this statement, which is a calumny, no -doubt unintentional, on the clergy, secular and regular, of this town, and which would be, if true, a scandal to the diocese. As some of the laity were very pressing in their demands for such' services, it may be -useful to state the grounds of our refusal. It is, of course, a right and holy thing to pray for all who have died in the peace of the Church ; and those who pay the last penalty that 'human justice «an exact have a special claim upon our charity. Prayer for their s...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE AIRBED. [From the Southern Cross and South Australian GatJwKc Herald.] JNone oi tue cruel deeds or modern liistory wOl compare with the recent attempt to murder bur Queen's son. A young and innocent man, whose kindly and affable bearing has endeared him to all with whom he had come in contact, j had come amongst us as a land of assu f ranee from his Royal mother that she was not unmindful. of her people, wherever they were scattered on the face of the earth. He had come to tiiese colonies, remote in distance, but stfll bound up in affection with the tsosntries from which they sprung,- to show us that we were not f orgottexij sad the reception he had met with had proved to ftmi that a grateful people appreciated the affection of their Queen. People vied with each other in doing him honor, not only for his own sake, but for ±he sake of a Royal mother, whose queenly diposition and aomestic virtues have made, her, and justly made her, the most beloved o...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [The large number of meetings which, 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 these meetings -will perhaps bear this in mind, and keep their notices within the limits of a paragraph.]

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEATH OF THE REV. DR. HANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

DEATH OF THE REV. DR. HASTNAH. The death of Dr. Hannah, which took place at Didsbury a few. weeks after the completion of the 75th year of his age. and in the_ 54th of ais ministry, will be felt to create a void in the Wesleyan-Methodist Connexion. Bora at Lin coln, and educated, like Richard Watson, in the -rro.nm--r_-:ftVin-ii of liis native citv. he entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in the year 1814, and, on completing his probation of four years, had the honor of being appointed for three years running to the circuit in which 'lie' was born. The prophet, in this instance, was not -without honor in his own country. From this time -to the close of his itinerant career, he_ had a suc cession of triennial appointments in principal circuits. While at Leeds, he executed, in con junction with William Dawson, a snort but interesting memorial of David Stoner, a young minister of high promise and holy life, after wards becoming the sole biographer of the celebrated local preacher with whom ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INFLUENZA AMONG HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

INFLUENZA AMONG HOESES. During the autumn and winter months influ enza has prevailed extensively in various parts of the country as well as in the metropolis. In its general features it resembles the earlier outbreaks of some five-and-twenty years ago; but its results are, fortunately, less serious than they then were^a. circumstance perhaps due more to the radical change which has since then taken place in the system of medical treat ment, than to any loss of virulence m the malady. It is customary to hear it said that diseases have changed their type, and that the old-fashioned plans of bleeding and physicking could not now be borne. This may be to a certain extent true; but we cannot lose sight of the face that in veterinary practice t&e old fashioned system of bleeding and purging did not then answer in those forms of disease to which no one now thinks of applying them. In fact, the epizootic of the present season forcibly reminds us of the defects of that old system of ...

Publication Title: South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x