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Trifles of [?]it and [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

(Kriflfs of ®tif nnb |) -rtu.v A Shadow ^without a Substance.— The shadow of a doubt. Why does a pieba'd pony never pay toll ? — Because bis master pays it for him. A Cornish jury brought in the verdict, 'Guilty, with some little doubt as to whether he was the man.' A servant girK 'writing a letter,' asked her master if the next month had come in yet. lie laughed. ' 'Well,' she said, ' what I mean is, has the last month gone out yet ?' ' Paddy, where's the whisky I gave you to clean the windows with?' ' Och, master, I just drank it ; and I thought if I breathed on the glass it would be all the same.' ' I have nothing but my heart to give you,' said a spinster to a lawyer who had conducted a suit for her. ' Well,' sail the lawyer, gruffly* 'g° *° roy clerk - hs tikes the fees.' A low fellow boasted in very hyperbolical terms that the King had spoke a to him ; and being asked what His Majesty had said, replied, ' He bade me stand ottt of the way.' A German, afflicted with a bad wife, ...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

THE OPEN COLUMN. ? . ♦ ? ? [This portion of our paper is set apart for free interchange of opinion on topics of public interest, subject to the usual rules of news paper correspondence. We are not, how ever, to be regarded as endorsing the views of our correspondents, whose statements are made solely on their own responsibility, and are pub lished whether in favor of the general policy of the paper or opposed thereto. Neither do we undertake to defend any proceedings at law which may result from these letters. Anony mous letters and letters written on both sides of the paper are declined. Manuscripts are in no case returned. We have also to explain that we frequently insert in this journal letters previously addressed to the Advertiser, or to the Express and Telegraph, and which therefore appear in the Chronicle at the same time with the replies, and other com munications elicited.]

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VICTORIA. March 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

VICTORIA, rfFrom our Melbourne Correspondent.] Match 24, 1868. The excitement about the atrocious attempt oa the life of Prince Alfred has somewhat abated, although the abhorrence of &e people ©-? this colony at Hie fiend-like act is not the I-ss felt. Meetings have been held during the }%«t we-k In almost every town in the colony. t. give expression to the universal sympathy, find on ^unday last in the churches of all deno minations the thankfulness of the people was ? jq»re3sel at the almost miraculous escape cf the son - of our Queen from a sudden and violent death. The uneasiness which still pervades the public mind is occa sioned by the apprehension that there really exists in these colonies a secret organization, f -r ;he diabolical purposes of assassination, in what is supposed to be the interests of Fenianism, land the desire is, if possible, to get u.t this at present intangible object. If we can only once discover its actual existence, every true man in the colony ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

GAWLER CORPORATION. Tuesday, Mabch 31. Present — The Mayor (in the chair), Coun cillors Popham, Dean, Swann, Jones, and Howe. Rev. C. A. Reynolds attended and urged the claims of the Church of Rome to have a sepa rate part of the new Cemetery set aside for the burial of members of that Church. Resolved that that portion of the public Cemetery com prised? on plan part of Section 3, be allotted as requested ; A to F to be let on lease, and G to K to be for free burials. Mrs. Harry asked for the depasturing licences to be lowered to 5s. per quarter. The licences to be 7«. 6d. per quarter, or £1 per annum. Councillor Frankel's letter of resignation was considered. It was agreed not to accept his resignation, inasmuch as the Councillor's conduct was considered disrespectful to the Mayor and CounciL The Town Clerk stated that the Postmaster General considered the responsibility of select ing the best site for the letter-pillar rested with him. Town Clerk to communicate with Postmaster-Gen...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. FIVE PERSONS MURDERED BY ONE MAN NEAR YASS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

WEW SOUTH WALES. I3VE PERSONS MURD^feED BY ONE ;? MAN JNEAE YASS. - [From the Sydney Morning HeraZd^Naxch 20.1 Conroy, a squatter j his. wife, a man named Smith, and two. elderly shepherds, were mur dered on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning by a shepherd, ticket-of -leave man, named Munday or Oollins. A row took place about wages. During the night he stabbed with -shears and -axed Smith. The -others, hearing the noise, went to the place in their night clothes, when they were successively stabbed and axed The bodies were brought to Yass this mor&ing. The murderer has been ar rested, and confesses to the murders.. He was brought to Yass last' night by Sub-Inspector Brennan. Munday, alias Collins, is a very smalL anan, of good muscular development, 5 ft. 1 in. highj and thirty-six years old. - He believes he was born in England, and taken to Tipperary when quite young. He i* a ticket of-leave holder. He was tried for murdering a man named Henry, at Maitland, in 1854, and. bei...

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PORT CORPORATION. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

FORT CORPORATION. Fbiday, Mabch 27. Present— The Mayor : Councillors P. Hains, C. L. Leuhrs, J. Stone, T. H. Parker, D. Wald, and J. Bennett. The Town ulerk reported that the overdraft at the Bank was £583 3s. ; that the amount received since the last meeting for dray licence was £1, and rent for Town Hall £6. The Overseer's report was read, detailing the progress of work during the past week. A letter was received from Mr. J. M. Link later, complaining that his land had been rated much, -higher than the previous year, and re questing that the Council would reconsider the assessment. Not entertained, the Council not having power to alter the rate after confirma tion of the assessment. A letter was received from Mr. B. Boothby, Superintending-Surveyor of the Central Road Board, asking the Council to allow the lamp on the bridge to be lighted until the Board meets on the 7th proximo, the expenses to be paid by the Board. The Town Clerk was instructed to communicate with the Gas Com pa...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

NEW ZEALAND. [From the New Zealand (Auckland) Herald, March 4.1 The Natives.— The intelligence from Opotiki is alarming. Major St. John, with only 200 men, is surrounded on every side by Hauhaus. His forces are out day and night, to prevent them making a sudden attack upon the town ship. The officers and men are alarmed, and are expecting to receive assistance. Yesterday Major St. John received reinforcements, and more are on the way. By next arrivals we expect to hear of an engagement. The forces at the disposal of the. officers are considered insufficient to warrant their assuming the offensive. The young men of the Waikato militia, stationed at the block-houses, have been replaced, and sent to join Major St. John, who has not 400 men altogether. Colonel Haultain is at Botorua, and intends proceed ing to the scene of operations. There appears to be a general rising of tha natives .about Waunanu. The volunteers, rifle rangers, and militia have baen called out to patrol at night. Th...

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POLICE COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. [Before Messrs. G. F. Wyatt and H. Horton.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

POLICE COURT— MOONTA. Fbiday, Maboh 27. [Before Messrs. G. F. Wyatt and H. Horton.] iTAurisB and JjUnatic— Joun uarvey, miner, was charged with being a lunatic, and not fit to be at large, and not able to take care of him self. Thomas Davis, storekeeper, at Moonta Mine, said — I was awoke about 12 o'clock last night by cries from Mrs. Harvey. I went across, and saw John Harvey leaning over his fence in front of his house. His hand was bleeding pro fusely when I went there. He was very quiet. I asked him what was the matter ; he simply stared at me. I held his wrist to prevent the flow of blood Other friends came. We tied his wrist, and stopped the flow of bloodl He said nothing. Immediately after Dr. Horton passed by. Margaret Harvey, wife of defen dant, said — I would like him to stay with me if I could take care of him, but I could not do so if he was to be like he was last night. He took a razor from the box. The first time I noticed anything wrong with his mind was last Saturday...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

NORTHERN TERRITORY POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT. A meeting was held in the Town Hall, Adc . laide, on Saturday afternoon, March 28, to con sider the policy of the Government respecting the Northern Territory as recently declared by the Hon. the Treasurer. There was a very fair attendance, about 300 persons being pre sent. The meeting was convened in compliance with a requisition to the Mayor, signed by 173 persons. His Worship read the requisition, and introduced the business of the meeting. Mr. B. Wells moved the first resolution. He intimated that only an hour previously he was asked to second this motion — being told at the same time that the Hon. Mr. Barrow would be there, and would make a powerful and ex haustive speech. . Being interested, both as a colonist and as the representative of land-order holders, he Teadily cdrsented to do so. The re solution was as follows :—' That the neglect of successive Governments to piosecute the surveys of the Northern Territory and put pur chase...

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER TUESDAY, MARCH 31. [Before Mr. Geo. Warren. J.P., and Mr. S. Martin, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

POLICE COURT— GAWLER Tuesday, Mabch 3L [Before Mr. Geo. Warren. 3.V., and Mr. J. Martin, J.P.I O'Conneb v. Fleming. — Mr. Rudall for de fendant. Fleming was charged l-y Mr. O'Conner with having on 13th January unlawfully taken some stone from the road near Gawler. Plea, not guilty. Mr. C. player stated that he had seen defendant's chillren taking some stone. Information dismissed. QUIBK V. MONBO— MONBO V. QCIBK. — T. J. Monro was charged with assaulting John Quirk, his apprentice, on 24th March, and John Quirk was charged with deserting the service of T. J. Monro on the same day. Both cases were taken together, the pleas being not guilty. After a number of witnesses had been examined, the indentures of apprenticeship were ordered to be cancelled (both parties consenting), and the information as to desertion dismissed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

qiHE 'NIMBLE NINEPENCE'^ CHEAPEST GROCERY GENERAL WAREHOUSE Hr THE COLONY. Do you wish to save 4s. in every Found yon spend? — If so, call at the ' Nimble Ninepence,' where Groceries, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, and every class of Merchandise are selling 20 per cent, below any Establishment in the colony. GOODS SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE . PRIGES. Convince yourselves of this fact by comparing the following Prices with those you have to 'pay at other establishments :— . . 'White Crystal Sugar, 4d. per lh. ^Yellow Counter do., 3^d. per 1b. ? Oolman's Starch, 5^d. per lb. Ground Coffee (very best), Is. 4d. per lb. Full-weight Sperms, Hid. per lb. Good Useful Tea, Is. 6d. per lb. Fine do. do., 2s. per lb. 'Very best do., 2s. 6d. per lb. Candied Peel, Is. 4d.perlb. Best Tobacco, 3s. per lb. Sardines (small t'ns), 5d. - ; Do. (large tins), lOd. Colonial Soap, 4d. per lb. Whybrow's Pickles, 8|d. per bottle Lobsters (1 lb. tins), 3d. Bed Herrings, 2 doz. tins, 2s. 7d. per tin. V. D. L. Jam, 9d....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

**3l^: T? OB MELBOURNE 4yHff^v-3* via ROBE - AND MAC ??????^ DONNELL BAY.— The Steam ship : PENOLA, Captain F. P. Snewin, will sail as above on Wednesday, April 8, at 3 p.m. Passengers by 1.40 train. ? . ' d4xl GEOEGE .YOUNG. „ x&g, 17Ofi S YD N E X jjfjgg^- J- MREGT.— The fine Al 16 CRAWSSAY BALLEY, Captain Hausenbeigi iwill sail direct on 'Wednes- day, 8th ApriL -? ';-?- : . dcxi. J -_[j '*' - F. J. fiECK.fc CO. ^jfr-v Tp^€FRSION ^Q WEtT jBU^^Ci la&GTON ON EASTER ?sBSas? mondayto the eegatta. — The Royal Mail Steamer ', ? . : v TELEGRAPH ' will leave Sfilang Wharf . for the above .Regatta , .- on Monday^|l3jH^*3l4ga£xt, at 8 a.m. sharp, ... returning sini^^i^S^^^ar^s — Eeturh Tifctet, 5s. each ; ChildiieiijSlpf-price. Thus affording V to Excnrsionlsts a pleaSnreable trip on the finest Lake in the Colonies, as well as a visit io the Lower Murray.1 Cobb & Co. will book passengers. A. H. LANDSEEB. sw7x4 Ohainnan pf Directors. F' EL I X 1«TLAREN auctioneer jaiD...

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Sporting. ACCIDENTS IN THE STABLE, ON THE ROAD, AND IN THE FIELD. CHOKING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

— .» ACCIDENTS IN THE STABLE, ON THE BOAD, AND IN THE FIELD. Chokikg. Among horses unpaefcment of food hi the (Bsophagns is a very unusual occurrence, mainly in consequence of the mechanical condition of the .alimentary - materials on which . . the animal subsists; neither oats, hay, chaff, nor bran ate likely to form a ~ mass of sufficient tenacity to cause any ob struction. Carrots, turnips, and potatoes, or small apples, the two last being' occasionally given vy way oi a treat rataer tnanjas ordi nary articles of diet, now and then become ar rested in their passage down the gullet, and oc casion severe distress. Medicines gi-^en in the form of a ball are also liable to cause -choking, andsometimes un egg is stopped in some part of the ce3oph&gus, and forms an .obstruction ?which is very difficult of removal. It may appear a remarkable circumstance that such a body as an egg, should by any accident obtain an entrance into the swallow at all; but the.- fact is to be account...

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Literature, Science, and Art. ALECK CAMERON; OR THE GRIEVE OF BIELDSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

[?] ALECK CAMEB.QN ; ORTBE GBlEyE OF BEELDSIDE. ' Hist ! What ails you, Elsey ? What gars you greet, my bonnie baixn 1' A burst o£ tears, aB if the little heart of Elsey wotdd break, was the only *. answer. The tears dropped from her ? face on the open book which she held in her hands. ' Has ony body been unkind to you, my hinny 2 By my saul I wad like to Bee them.' ' No, no, Aleck, it is not that ; but I cannot learn my French ; and what will Miss Blamire say V 'Hoot, Elsey, never say ye canna do & thing j when there's a wall there's a way. Jiry up you tears and dinna greet : IH help you to learn it.' 'But you do not know it yourself, Aleck.' ' Maybe X ken mair than ye think,'1 Here chey were interrupted by loud shouts of laughter and boisterous merri ment. A procession of some thirty reapers passed close to the ' stook' of oats against which Elsey was leaning. The foremost of them carried the figure of a small woman, dressed in grotesque attire ; the others .shouted and ch...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT UNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

THE GOMING ELECTIONS. ?MEETING AT UNLEY. Mr. Joseph Fisher met the electors of Stuit at the Cremorne Hotel, Unley, on Monday evening, March 3% when there were about 40 or 50 persons present. Mr.' Wm. Easther, Chair man of the District Council, presided. Mr. FiSHEB explained that he appeared with diffidence before them for the first time. His appearance before them was not from any self seeking, because if he studied his own interest he would remain enjoying the private life which he had been living for several years amongst them. Since his return from England he had been so strongly urged to stand for election as a member of Parliament that he had at last consented, but he would not care to go into the House except as representative for the District of Sturt. (Cheers.) He had time and inclination, and if elected to serve them, he should esteem the honor very highly. If he were returned, it might not be because of the popularity of his views, but at any rate he promised to give atten...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK The ocean, steamer, with the incoming English mail, is due at the Sound on the 8th inst., and the branch steamer here, on the 12th instant. ? By the Coorong we have papers from Melbourne to March 31, Sydney March 28, Launceston March 28, Hobart Town March 27. TTis Excellency the Acting-Governor has, at the request of an old colonist and well known Adelaide tradesman, been pleased to forward to His Excellency the Earl of Belmore, a magnificent gold watch, chain, and locket, for presentation to Mr. Vial, who risked his life to save that of H.B.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. The present is intended as a mark of apprecia tion of so noble an act. It has been suggested that, as one fellow colonist has set so good an example, it would not be amiss if the rest of the community were to get up a subscription topur chase some appropriate present for Mrs. ViaL A silver tea service, it is said, would not be an unworthy supplement to the gold watch and appendages. * We 'would remind o...

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LOCAL COURT—LYNDOCH VALLEY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. [Before Mr. Turner, S.M., and Messrs. Sandland, Holland, and Buchan, J.P.'s. POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

LOCAL COURT— LYNDOCH VALLEY. Wednesdat, Apbh. L [Before Mr. Turner, S.M., and Messrs. Sand land, Holland, andBuchan, J.P.'s. POLICE. Excell v. Looby. — Information for using abusive language. Mr. Rudall for complainant. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and made a statement. Fined 5s. , and costs 20s. PULL JURISDICTION. Honan v. Goldswortht.— Claim for £24 15s. 5d-, on account rendered. Struck out, plaintiff not appearing. Whiteman v. Cranston. — Action for £50 damages, for slander. Mr. Rudall for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, 40s. damages without costs. LOOTED JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. Turner, S.M.] BOHN V. Lange.— Claim for £2 14s. 6d., on an account rendered. Mr. Rudall for plaintiff. Defendant appeared, pleaded not indebted, and claimed a balance from plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, for £1 4s. 9d. and costs. Kaisehagen v. Jubs. — Claim for £3 19s. 5d., on account rendered. Defendant appeared, admitted the debt, and asked for time. Ordered to be paid by instalments of 5s. per w...

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MEETING AT CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MEETING AT CLARE. This' evening (April 1st), in accordance with a, requisition sent to Mr. G. M. Allen, a large and influential meeting of the electors for * tbe District of Stanley was held at the Town HalL Clare, to hear that gentleman's political sentiments. At about 6 o'clock p.n . the Clare Crier paraded the streets with an enormous oeu., xne snort notice that nad been given neces sitating that the Clare electors should be ap prised of the meeting as well as time would permit. At about 8 o'clock Mr. E. B. Gleeson took the chair by desire, and introduced Mr. Allen to the meeting, and, in a fewpiefatory remarks, hoped the meeting would be orderly, and give every person a fair and impartial hear ing. The Hall was crowded, over 300 persons being present. Mr. Allen then came forward, amidst im mense applause. After the noise had somewhat subsided, he commenced to give a very lucid and clear statement of the principal political topics of the day, which seemed to meet the views of tho...

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MEETING AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MEETING AT GAWLER. Mr. J. Skelton met the electors at Gawler in the Oddfellows' HalL on Thursday evening, 2nd instant. The Mayor of Gawler, Mr. James Martin, was called to the chair. In the course of the evening the room was nearly filled, about 150 to 200 being present. Mr. Skklton was in troduced by the Chairman, and after a long statement replied to a great number of questions. Replying to the statement of the Hon. T. Reynolds about the sewing girls, Mr. Skelton characterised it as a diabolical lie, and likened Mr. Reynolds to a venomous toad, having gone so far back in the Darwinian theory. (Dissent by several electors.) The Northern Territory should either be surveyed or the money returned. The land laws should be altered as soon as possible, and the upset price of £1 per aci*e be fixed. The lands to be let with a seven years' purchase at a rental of from Is. to 2s. per acre or 7i per cent. The land should be occupied and improved. To a question ' Would not such a radical chang...

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MEETING AT STOCKPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MEETING AT STOCKPORT. On Wednesday evening, the 1st instant, Captain Hart and. Mr. Lewis met the electors, of Light at the Assembly Room for the purpose' of explaining their political view -. There was a fair rauster, although not so many as might have been expected, owing probably to the little interest there appears to. be on the part of electors as to who are to be their representative in the next Parliament. Mr. -J. Watts occu pied, the chair, and in a few appropriate re marks introduced Captain Hart to the meeting. That gentleman upon rising was very warmly applauded. He commenced by expressing the pleasure it afforded him in meeting the electors of. Light as a candidate for its representative as the result of a very large requisition he had received. He had also received several others, but selected Light as the district he greatly preferred representing. (Cheers.) After speak ing in eulogistic terms of the constituency, and refering to his former and long connection with the ...

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