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MEETING AT FREELING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

MEETING AT FREELENG. A very large meeting was held the same evening at the Railway Hotel, Freeling, Mr. Shanahan in the chair, at which the same two gentlemen attended. There must have been nearly 100 persons present. After having gone through the whole of the programme, as laid down at the Sheaoak Log, some really good fun was had, in consequence of the pertinacity of an elector named Higgs, who insisted upon getting up every two or three minutes to cate chise the candidates as to their views upon different subjects upon which the candidates thought they had already made themselves per fectly clear. Mr. Kruger explained most fully his views upon education, and said he would, if elected, support an Act making it com pulsory on persons having children to have them educated. The meeting which throughout was perfectly orderly, was pro longed in consequence of the habit that electors have got into lately of showing their ingenuity, by asking the most preposterous questions, and expectin...

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

WALLAROO. [From the Wallaroo Times.] A large wombat snake, measuring six or ?even feet in length, was killed yesterday (Friday) afternoon, near the sections owned by Mr. D. Bower, on the Moonta line.^ On the afternoon of Sunday last a fire broke out in the yard belonging to the premises of Messrs. Hamilton & Co., drapers. Mr. Yorke's attention was aroused bv hearine an ?unusual sound, and on looking into the yard he found his pigsty all ablaze. The danger of the flames communicating with the fencing and thence to the shop would in a few minutes have been imminent. Mr. Yorke quickly procured a supply of water, the neighbors assisted, and in a, short time the fire was fortunately put out, There happened to be no porkers in the sty, which for them was lucky as they would have stood a chance of being roasted prematurely. On the Saturday before Mr. Yorke received a telegram informing him that his insurance policy had just run out. He postponed reply ing to the telegram, until the...

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [From the Local Papers.] The contest for the next election in this district is spoken of as likely to be a hot one. The candidates now in the field are Messrs. J. Rid doch, M.P., H. K. Hughes, and W. A E. West, of Wellington. Mr. J. B. Neales, M.P., was invited to stand for the district also, but in a letter to the Secretary of the Election Com mittee he says, ' If I sit in the next Parlia ment it' will be at the request of the Burra electors.' His Lordship the Bishop of Adelaide delivered his lecture on 'Ancient and Modern Slavery' at the Oddfellows' and Foresters' Hall, Mount Gambier, on Tuesday, March 17, on which day tea and public meetings were held to give His Lordship an opportunity of meeting with the members and friends of Christchurch. During the evening several pieces of music were played by Mr. Cornish on the harmonium, and sung by the choir. The lecture was thoroughly enjoyed, and His Lordship was heartily thanked for ir. The proceedings closed w...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

BUNING INTELLIGENCE. [From the Wallaroo Times.] We observe that the Kangaroo will take away, to-day, another large parcel of ore from the Paramatta, Mine. This mine continues to be successfully worked— a satisfactory proof of which is afforded by a dividend of 5s. per share having beenjust declared. In order to show that it is the intention of those working the New Cornwall property to doit vigorously, we may mention that there are now upwards of 50 men working under ground, besides the usual number required on grass operations.

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INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [From our Melbourne Reporter.! The past week has been a dull one in business circles, and it i* difficult t* see in the present state of political affairs how any improvement can at present Be looked for. There is a steady safe business doing to supply our own wants throughout the colony ; but an utter absence of anything like an enterprise to compete with our neighbors as we used to do. The result of the harvest having by this time been, ascertained in our own colony, as well as in New South Wales and South Australia prices for bread stuffs bave settled down very firmly at fully up to last week's quotations, and indeed may be said to be even higher ; but at any rate there is no likelihood of a reduction. Sales have Seen made of best brands of flour at £20 net cash ; one sale is spoken of as having been effected 'at £21, and more money is now asked by the town millers. In wheat there has been next to nothing done. Quotations continue from 8s. 6A. ...

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOE APRIL 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOE APRIL, 1868. {Compiled specially for this Paper.) . -?? Phases op the Moon. Full Moon ... ... 7th day, 4h. 31m. a.m. Last Quarter... ...loth day, 7h. 49m. a.m. New Moon ... ... 23rd iday,' 5Ti. 34m. a.m. girst Quarter ...30th day, 3h. 32m. a.m. Davs ?un ^un Moon. Moon ?*'? rises.- ' .sets. . . rises. sets. A.M. P.M. P.M. 1 6.17 5.51 L42 a.m. 2 6.18 5.49 2.33 0.21 3 6.19 5.47 3.21 1.26 4 6.20 5.46 4.3 2.32 5 6.21. 5.45 4.45 3138 6 6.21 5.43 5.23 4.44 7 6.22 5.42 6.1 5.49 8 6.23 5.41 6.:^7 6.54 9 6.23 5.40 7.18 7.5'i 10 6.24 5.38 7.58 8.58 11 6.25 5.37 8.41 9.5i 12 6.25 5.36 9.26 10.48 13 6.26 5.34 10.14 1L43 U Q.^l 5.33 1L4 p.m.0.31 15 6.28 5.32 - 11.56 1.15 16 6.29 5.31 a.m. 1.54 17 6.29 5.29 0.48 2.31 18 6.30 5.28 L42 3.7 19 6.31 5.27 ,2.37 3.42 20 6.32 5.26 3.34 4.14 21 6.33 5.25 4.30 4.48 22 6.34 5.24 5.29 5.23 23 6.34 5.22 6.29 6.0 24 6.35 5.21 7-33 6.42 25 6.36 5.20 8.36 7:27 26 16.37 5.19 9.40 8.16 27 6.38 5.18 10.41 9.13 28 6.38 5.16 1L40 10.13 29...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Saturday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SHIPPING NEWS. 9 ? ARRIVED. Satobx-at, Makoh21. PENOLA, steamer, 261 tons, F. P. Snewin, master, from Melbourne, -via Warrnambool, MacDonnell Bay, and Port Robe. 6. Young, agent. Town and Port. Passengers — Hon. W. J. T. Clarke, Messrs. Dowling, Well, Baum, and Master E. Suewin, in the cabin ; and 24 in tbe steerage. NANCY, schooner, 30 tons, G. Simmonds, master, from Cape Jervis. Cargo— 210 bags ?wheat, J'. Dtmn and Co. . JET, schooner, from MacDonnell Bay. Cargo —?Wheat. SUNDAY, MARCH 22. SWALLOW, cutter, 40 tons, James Lewis, master, from Port Caroline. Cargo— 11 bags -wheat, J. Dunn and Co. Monday, Mabch 23. KANGAROO, steamer, 180 tons, J. Gordon, master, from Wallaroo. Eleven passengers. Cargo— 100 tons copper ore, Paramatta Mining Company ; and sundries. EGIJPSE, schooner, 58 tons, W. Crocker, master, from Wallaibo and Moonta Bays. Cargo— 45 tons copper, Elder, Smith, and Co. ; 5 do. sandalwood, Order. Tuesday, March 24. CREST OF THE WAVE, schooner, 50 tons, 'W. Mortess, maste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

IK THE -WRT OF INSOL VENCJY,— fii the MATTEB of a Deed under Division TF£ of- the Insolvent Act, I860, being a : conveyance : and -, assignment from MICHAEL WEBB, of the Hundred of Gilbert, farmer, to trustees of -a'-l his 'estate and effects for the benefit of his creditors,' and -which deed is d^ted the 16th day of September, 1867. Notice is hereby given that._ NICHOLAS SOWTONand EiiNST SEIKMANN, the trus * tees of the above-mentioned deed, have this day filed in the Insolvent Court the statement and account required by Section 187 of the In-, solvent Act, 1860. Dated this 24th day of March, 1868. WAY&BROOK, - 69r 'K^Ttg William -street, Adelaide, , ' ? xl .??' Solicitors to the said Trustees. ., IN THE COURT Of INSOL VE&CY.— La the MATTER, of a Deed under Division VI of the Insolvent Act, I860, being a conveyance and assignment from THOSIAS MUJSMS, of Watervale, Wheel wright, to Trustees of all his estate and effects for the benefit of Ms creditors, and which deed...

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COMMERCIAL. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday evening, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

GOMMERC I A L WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Clironicle Offices, Thursday evening, March 26. General Meeohandise. — We have to report an exceedingly quiet week in the market for imported goods. The business done has been mostly of an unimportant character, purchases being chiefly made to supply immediate trade wants. The coffee and. sugars ex St. Magnus, from Colombo and Mauritius, were offered by Messrs. Townsend, Betting, & Kay, on Tues day, March 24th. Of the coffee only a portion was sold — Ceylon plantation, according to size of package and quality, at lid. to Is. ; pea berry, at Ufd. to llfd. ; and native, at 9icL The sugars were all disposed of at about previous prices. Shabb M ABKET. —The share market has been quite at a standstill this week. A few Bank of Adelaides have changed hands at £4 9s. to £4 10s. ; Paramattas, £2 5s. ; National Banks, £5 18s. The following is a summary of traffic on the South Australian Railways for the week end ing March 21 :— Port Line — P...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

RAILWAY TODS TABLES. Adelaide to Port :— 7.30, 9.10, 1L0, 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. Noetheen Railway, down teains. Adelaide ? 7. 0 1L45 4.:i0 Ntrth Adelaide ... 7. 4 11.49 4.34 DryVireek... ... 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 ... ! 8.20 — 5.50 Freeling ... ... - 8.45 — 6.1S Roseworthy ... 9.15 — 6.45 Kapunda ... ... 1 9-45 — 7.15 OP TRAINS Kapunda ... ... 7. 0 — 4.30 Fords ... ... 7.10 — 4.40 Freeling ? 7.30 — 5. 0 Roseworthy ... 7.48 — 5.18 3awler ? 8.5 . — ' 5.35 Miy- Trains. Gawler ... ... 8.15 1 1.30 I 5.45 Smithfield ... 8.30 1.45 I 6. 0 Salisbury... ... 8.45 2.0 6.15 DryCreek ... 9.0 1 — 6.30 North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 6.46 Adelaide ... ... 9.25 j 2.40 6.55 Sunday trains leave Adelaide for Kapunda, at S o'clock a.m., on the following d...

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The South-Eastern District Rifle Association's meeting commenced on the 17th. The day, as usual in all the matches hitherto fired at Bobe, was anything but such weather as a rifleman likes — a strong and gusty wind blowing across the range from the south-east. First Match. — -For members of the Asso ciation. 200 yds. 300 yds. TotaL C. Goddard ... 2333333 4002234 35 C. Gell ... 2242343 3002222 31 J. Barrow ... 2022243 0220300 22 J. Hotson ... 2234433 32r0230 31 . W. Warren ... 4243430 2334222 38 W. McLean ... 0022033 2033020 20 G. S. Oruierod 3023223 OOrOOOO 15 L. N. Sager ... 0240233 0300003 20 J. Evans ... 0222204 0000032 17 W.Watson ... 3333323 2233403 37 F. Hodges ... 033243r r042032 26 H. D. Melville 3333302 0003230 25 R. E. Venn ... 2223220 3323403 31 W. P. Walker 2432233 0203223 31 W. Warren was therefore the winner of the aggregate prize, £4 ; J. Hotson of the distance prize at 200 yards, £1 10s. ; and R. E. Venn of the distance prize...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

In spite of red-rust we find that Messrs. Toxford have some faith in the future of the colony, our advertising columns showing that they have purchased the whole stock of implements recently owned by the Mesns. Jones, Brothers. We are informed that Mr. Philip Fox, of this city, has commenced actions in Mel bourne against the Herald and the Age for libel, the libel consisting of telegrams sent from this colony and published in those papers. Messrs. Fellows and Ireland are retained for the prose cution. A meeting of gentlemen interested in the formation of a company for carrying on the Macclesfield marble quarries, was held at tha Hotel Europe, on Thursday evening, March 26. There was not a very large attendance, and about an hour after the time for which, the meeting was convened, Mr. F. E. H. W. Krichauff was voted to the chair. In opening the proceedings he remarked that he was sorry so few were in attendance, and also apologised for the absence of several gentlemen who had promise...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [From the Government Gazette* March 26.] ADELMDE(Cityof), No. 1, Public Pound, John Hemsley, Poundkeeper — One bay horse, star, near fore and hind feet white, white spots on back, -speck in .near eye, shod all round, like HR conjoined off shoulder, like CBB or CB3 conjoined off neck, like OF or CI near shoulder, short switch tail. If not claimed, will be sold April 6. 1868, at noon. ALDINGA, G. D. Downing, Poundkeeper— One iron grey horse, shoes on hind f eet, branded like S off neck. If not claimed, will be sold April 20, 1868, at noon. BAGOT'S WELL, Section 260, George Ball, Poundkeeper — One black mare, branded like AR 'with ttf under conjoined and F with .A! under near shoulder, hind feet white. If not claimed, will be sold Marcn 30, 1868, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. GREBNOCK, Hundred of Nuriootpa, Carl Leopold, Poundkeepei: — One roan mare, strap round neck, star in forehead, shod all round, branded P near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold April 1...

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VOLUNTEER PRIZE-FIRING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

VOLUNTEER PRIZE-FIRING. The prize-firing of the volunteers was finally terminated on Thursday, March 26, having altogether extended over about a month. The firing was commenced on Monday morning, February 24, at the Butts, South Park Lands, by the No. 4 (South Adelaide) Gompany, who completed t*-e three classes by the following Thursday. They were followed by the other town companies— the country companies, of course, firing on their own ground. The following are tha names of the winners of the aggregate and company prizes, and also of those entitled to compete for the general prizes. Those marked a signify the best marks man ;' 5, second do. ; c, next highest aggregate score, qualified to compete for general prizes ; d, prize-takers, first-class ranges ; e, do., second class do. ; /, do., third class ranges ; and the figures following th^ names indicate the total number of points obtained by the men. CA.YA1EY. No. 1 Troop (Goolwa). — Lieutenant T. W. ffiggins (a), 126; Troopers Fos...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. E. A. takes' exception to the report of the Two Wells races recently supplied to this paper, so far as relates to the trotting match. His opinion is that Nelly was entitled to tike stakes. He states that when 100 yards from the winning post- Gipsy (who was hard : pushed by Nelly) broke, and that, as the rule was for the horses to turn back in the event of their breaking, belly's rider pulled up, walked in, and claimed the stakes: It was, however, de cided that it was no break. R. A. says Nelly is now' open to trot Gipsy three miles for £10. Vbbitas. — ^Palmer was executed in public at the Stafford Gaol on Saturday, the 14th June, 1856. ? ENOCH Bhefley. — We have referred to the information as read tiy the Clerk of the Court, and find that it was an 'order' which was forged. In our report the word ' order' was printed ' orders.' That is the only error. J.'1 H.' H.^Received. Equality. — We have received a letter asking us on . what . authority Government House groun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

, THE ELECTIONS: COUNTRY DISTRICTS. Candidates for Parliarnenbj Election Agents, and tlie Constituencies generally, are informed that every description of Election Printing can be had at the Offices of the Advertiser and Chronicle on the most favorable terms ; and executed in a inanner tvhichwM not fail to give perfect satisfac tion.

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MARCH 24. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

- LOCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday, March 24. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.1 Harremanv. Kane. — Claim for £15, damages for conversion of dray, harness, and. gun to the use of defendant. A number of witnesses were examined, and eventually verdict was given for plaintiff for £7, to be reduced to £5 on delivery of dray.

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THE ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

THE ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY The address of condolence to Her Ma jesty may be signed at this office.

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LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, MARCH 24. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

LOCAL COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. Tuesday, March 24 FBefore Mr. G. W. Hawkes. S.M.I Stewabt y. Ridby.— For £5 10s., for liquor sold and delivered. Mr. Edmunds for plaintiff. Judgment for amount claimed.

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GLENELG CORPORATION. Friday, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 28 March 1868

GLENELG CORPORATION. Friday. March 20. Present — His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Crook, Davie, and Hitchcox. A letter was read from the Chief Secretary approving of the ap pointment of Dr. T. Y. Cotter to attend the destitute sick of Glenelg. The Overseer reported that Mr. Miller had completed bis contract for fixing seats around the lighthouse, and that Mr. J. Crews had signed his contract and delivered about 40 yards of road metal; and that Mr. H. Baker had delivered about 140 yards of slate metaL The attention of the Council was called to a contract in Mary-street, let, to A. McDade on the 4th of October last, which should have been completed by December 24, and that not more than one-fourth of the contract had been done as yet. Town Clerk to give A. McDade notice to complete contract at once, or fresh tenders will be called for the same. Payments, £4 15s. 8d. Council adjourned to Fiiday, April 3. ^ __ An Execution in Mexico. — The Mexico city correspondent of the New York Tim...

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