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ELECTION TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

ELECTION TELEGRAMS. | We beg respectfully to ask our country friends and correspondents not to send us ejection telegiams, unless they are requested to do so. We shall make all necessary arrange ihents for obtaining early news of the nomina tion of candidates, and therefore shall not need telegrams from our friends. It sometimes hap pens that several telegrams referring to the same matter reach us from different persons, ybich of course is useless expenditure. Brief notices of election meetinga, sent by post, will, however, be welcomed, should our own re porters or regular correspondents not be present.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. i ? W. M. SisrbpoBi) writes to -state that he en ^tirely concurs with Mr. Kendrick in his views of the action against Captain Lonttit. We are, .however, quite, unable to see why we should publish letters on this subject. Witnesses in Captain Louttit's defence should have been called in Court, -supposing such defence to have I een necessary. ? Thij'FbeeIiIKg Meeting. — Our correspondent writes to stite that it was Mr. Lewis (not Mr. Kjroger) who spoke igainBt payment of mem bers. .???'.??, 'Shot in the Looker' protests against Mr. McFarlane being allowed to retain Mr'. Hughes's Challenge Cup, haying only fired once for it, and recommendstbat Mr. Kingston be at once communicated with on the subject. Chakles ANDEE30N (late of the Duke of Sutherland) writes to state that he never said in Court that Captain Louttit was drunk, but only that he. smelt of liquor; also, that he 'Anderson) did not say he was put into a pigsty, rat that it was a place where pigs had been kep...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

RAILWAY TIME TABLES. ! Adelaide to Port :—^ 7.30, 9.10, LL0, 12.0, 1.40 3J30, 5.20, 8.0. --Sundays- 9.0, L30, 3.30, 5.30. ? Port to Adelaide :— 8.20, 10.0, 12.0, L40, 2.30, 4.30, 6.15, 9.O.— Sundays— 10.0, 2.20, 4.30, 6.30. Noethebn Railway, down teaxns. Adelaide ? 7. 0 1L45 4.30 North Adelaide ... 7. 4 LL49 4,34 DryHreek ? 7.20 — 4.50 Sahsbury ? 7.35 12.20 5. 5 Smithfield ? 7.50 12.35 5.20 Gawler Town ... 8.10 12.55 5.40 Goods only. Gawler T«wn ... \ 8.20 — . 5.50 Freeling ? 8.45 — 6.15 Roseworthy ... 9.15 — 6.45 Kapunda ? 9.45 — 7.15 DP TBAIKS. Kapunda ? 7. 0 — 4.30 Fords ? 7.10 — 4.40 Freeling ? 7.30 — 5. 0 RoEeworthy ... 7.48 — 5.18 3awler ? 8. 5 — 5.35 Mix. Trains. Gawler ? 8.15 L30 I 5.45 Smithfield .. 8.30 1.45 I 6. 0 Salisbury ? 8,45 2. 0 6.15 Dry Creek ... 9. 0 — 6.30 North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 6.46 Adelaide ... ... 9.25 2.40 6.55 , Sunday trains leave Adelaide for Kapunda, at 8 o'clock a.m., on the following dates :— January 5, 19; February 2, 16; March 1, 15, 29 ; April...

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR APRIL, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR APRIL, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PWAKKS IYF TTTR MOON. Full Moon ... ... 7th day, 4h. 31m. a. m. Last Quarter... ... 15th day, 7h. 49m. &.m. New Moon ? 23rd day, 5h. 34m. a.m. First Quarter ... 30th day, 3h. 32m. a.m. Dava ^un I ^un Moon Moon ? y ' rises. sets. rises. sets. ;; A.M. P.M. P.M. 1 6.17 5.51 L42 a.m. . i 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 i5 6.^1 5.45 4.45 3.38 ! 6 6.21 5.43 5.23 4.44 ! 7 6.22 5.42 6.1 5.49 ! 8 6.23 5.41 6.37 6.54 9 6.23 5.40 7.18 7.56 .' 10 6;24 5.38 7.58 . 8.58 U 6.25 5.37 8.41 9.54 12 6.26 5.36 9.26 10.48 -: 13 6.26 5.34 10.14 1X43 14 6.27 5.33 1L4 p.m.0.31 15 6.28 5.32 1L56 L15 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 I 24 6.35 5.21 7.33 6.42 25 6.36 5.20 8.36 7-27 '26 6.37 5.19 9.40 8.16 27 6.38 5.18 10.41 9.13 28 6.38 5.16...

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ELECTIONS IN "BATCHES." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

ELECTIONS IN 'BATCHES.' .1 The first batch of elections, comprising the Ministerial boroughs, with the Speaker's seat and West Adelaide thrown in to make up the half dozen, will now be Boon decided. There will be opposi tion in each of the six districts, the anti being suddenly inarred t-y the appearance of Mr. -3L M. Allen at Clare on Wednes day night. ' Our Clare correspondent digraphs to the effect that Mr. Alien was carried unanimously at1 the Clare -Town TTa.11 by a meeting of 300 persons, under the presidency of E. B. Grleeson, Esq. This will not, tend ' even ' to com fort Mr. Kingston, but it- will be exceedingly discouraging to Mr. Bright. Stanley, however, Is in the first batch, and Mir. Bright, i£ \msno cessful, can try his luck, with possibly defeated Ministers, in another quarter. The plan of holding the elections in batches so as to enable a candidate de feated in the first batch to try his luck in the second, and if defeated in the second to try in the. third; may have...

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MEETING IN EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MEETING IN EAST ADELAIDE. A meeting of the friends and supporteis of Mr. Robert Cottrell was held at the Seven Stars Hotel, on Monday evening. There were' about 30 persons present, and Mr. Councillor Wright occupied the chair. After explaining his views, and answering various questions, an unanimous vote of confidence was carried in Mr. Cottrell's favor. An attempt was then made to hold a meeting to consider the question of Mr. Boucaut's fitness to represent the district, but it was adjourned till the next evening to hear taat gentleman's politicalXviews. 'Votes of thanks to the Chairman Tind Press closed the' jToceeJings. ... '

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O'FARRELL SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

O'FARRELL SENTENCED TO DEATH. It will be seen by our telegrams that the Jury in O'Farrell's case have found him guilty, and he has been sentenced to death. The attempt of his counsel to set up the defence of insanity utterly failed, the Crown having brought overwhelming proofs of his sanity to within a few minutes of the commission of the das tardly offence. The Governor of New South Wales has now a difficult duty to perform. Whether he should yield to the expressed wish of the Duke, and spare the prisoner's life, or allow the law to take its course, will be a question not easily determined. The Earl of Belmore and his Executive Council have to decide between the claims of justice and the pleadings of mercy, and. we can only express the wish that they may decide rightly. ; ? . . '

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

MEETING AT NORTH ADELAIDE. A meeting of the friend3 and supporters of Mr. Robert - 'ottreD, a candidate for the re presentation of East Adelaide in the next Par liament, was held at North Adelaide,, on Saturday evening, March 28. The meeting was to h-tve cme off at the Lord Melbourne Inn. but in consequence of the landlord re fusing to allow it to be held at Ms house, an adjournment was made to the British Tavern. About 40 persons were present, and Mr. Councillor Bundey was voted to the chair. Mr. Robebt Cottbell addressed the meeting. He commenced by remarking that he appeared before them in consequence of having received a numerously- signed requisition -from the electors of East Adelaide. He al-o craved their forbearance, as he was not a public speaker. He then explained his political opinions on the various questions occupying attention. In referring to Sutherland's Act he explained the reason of it being passed, and remarked that he thought it should be repealed, and immigra ti...

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

NOBTHEEN TERBITOBY POIICF OF THE GOVERNMENT. The meeting at the Town JSall on -the Northern Territory question indulged (as , might have been expected) in some very strong language on the -undeniable and gross mismanagement of South Australia's first and unlucky effort to ' found a new settlement.' The speakers were pretty well 'posted up in the -history of the enterprise.; its brilliant inauguration^ its hopeful start, its successive . '^failures, and, its . final . collapse. t. '.. They , ;jwent into, almost every, i stage ,; ©f ;._. the; muddle, from^the first iatch of ©fficial appointments to the return of Captain Cadell, . and if : there was not crimination and recrimination enough it is a pity, The bestof the matter is— the unanimity and complaceny with which the muddlers admit the affair to' have, been a muddle save and except that part of it for which each muddler is individually responsible. Mr. Finniss defended himself in a long speech, in which he joined issue with Mr. E,...

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DISTRICT OF WEST ADELAIDE.—MEETING AT THE CUMBERLAND HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

DISTRICT OF WEST ADELAIDE.— MEET- ING AT THE CUMBERLAND HOUSE. A meeting of the electors of West Adelaide was held at the Cumberland House, Elizabeth street, on Tuesday evening, March 31, for the purpose of hearing the political opinions of the three candidates for the representation of the district. There were about 80 persons in atten dance, and Mr. R, I. Winter was voted to the chair. He opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement calling the meeting, and be spoke a fair and impartial hearing for all the speakers. Mr. EL R. Foller addressed the meet ing. He remarked th t the reason why he had not come forward before as a candidate was because he felt that whoever was their repre sentative in the next Parliament would have an ar.luous task to perform, and he was in hopes th t' a better 'man would -have come forward. Even now, if any other gentleman better able than himself would come forward, he would willingly withdraw, as he was afraid, he should not have sufficient time...

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MEETING AT HINES'S ASSEMBLY ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MEETING AT HINES'S ASSEMBLY BOOMS. A meeting of the electors of the district of West Adelaide was held at Hines's Assembly Booms on Wednesday evening, April L The attendance was very large, and Mr. W. J. Cox was voted to the chair. In opening the meeting, he asked for a fair and impartial hearing for each, of /the gentlemen, who ought address them. Mr. W. K. SIMMS first enunciated his political sentiments. He alluded to the important mat ters which would probably occupy the early at tention of the new Parliament, and pointed out that consequently, it would be to their interest to return men who would hanestly represent their views. He thought an amendment of the land laws necessary, and expressed himself favorable to Dutch auction, as in his opinion it would be the fairest mode of disposing of our Crown lands. In the event of two men being willing to purchase a piece of land at the same price, he would resort to ballot to decide as to the possessor. He was strongly opposed to free s...

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

MEETING AT THE HOTEL EUROPE. A meeting of the electors of East Adelaide was held at the Hotel Europe on Wednesday evening, the 1st instant, for the purpose of hearing from . Mr. J. P. Boucaut an exposition of hit political views. There we e nearly 200 present, and Councillor Babtbls was voted to theehah. He at once called upon Mr. Bouoabt, who prefaced his remarks by saying that there were two or three topics of a minor interest upon which he would like to say a few words. The first was with reference %o Mr. Mais, whose appointment the present Go vernment said had been made by the Govern ment of which he was a member. . This was, however, incorrect, as they had only appointed him provisionally and temporarily, and there fore the present Government, who had con firmed the appointment, were responsible for it. {Hear, hear.) He bad nothing to say against Mr. Mais, who, - he believed, was a gentleman and -an able,- officer, and would be able to answer in a satisfactory manner certain -c...

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

MEETING AT NORTH ADELAIDE. The lion. Thomas Beynolds met the electors or East Adelaide at the Huntsman's Hotel, North Adelaide, on Wednesday evening. There *-as a large attendance, and Mr. R. I. Stow was elected to the chair, and in opening expressed ifs pleasure at being Called on to occupy that Thjrition that evening. ' - Mr. Reynolds was then introduced. He said le was glad to see an old friend in the chair, tae -who he regretted was not again going to o-:Fer hiinself for re-election. (Cheers.) He ex pressed regret that Mr. Stow and other old p liticians were not offering their services again to the electors, as the many im portant questions which would come before Parliament would require great ability and oara to deal with. (Applause.) He stool before them, not as a member ef the Go ▼erument, but as their old member asking re flection at their hands. His -views were un changed, but still he thought it necessary to wppe tr before them to give them an opportu nity of questioning ...

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

MEETING AT LOBETBAL. 3l meeting of the electors of the district of Onksp.vringa, was held at the Rising Sun Inn, lx-b-ithal, on Monday afternoon, March 3'\ About 30 persons Were in attendance, and Mr. Klelnschmidt presided. Mr. F. E. BT. W. Kiictiauff addressed the meeting, and a pro position in his favor was carried unanimously. A vote of thanks to the Chairman closed the p eseeJings. *

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WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

WEST TORRENS. March 3L— Present -All except Mr. Dew. Superintendent's report in reference to purchase of Air. Gray's stone adopted. Clerk to inspect Cox's-road, and see what portion requires to be metalled, and call for teuders next meeting. Letter from S. Hay ward, asking extension of tame to complete contract. To be acknow ledged, anl matter considered. Tenders ac cepted — Hunt, rounding up road, Reedbeds, 9s. 6d. per chain ; Wells, metalling road by Merchant's, at £5 los. per chain ; Hunt, carting stone to Thebarton, breaking and blinding, .at Is. lid. per yard; HanMns aud Co., placing screened gravel en road, Under dale, at £L per chain. Holes to be filled up by sides of road.

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INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 2a Flour and Grain Market.— Messrs. Samuel House' & Co. report : — The amount of business done during the week has been most limited, indeed, quite a reaction appears to have set in, on the excitement and speculation of the pre vious fortnight. Our present quotations show a decline in prices, for almosfcevery kind of grain, on those previously ruling. Flour presents little alteration, although a few small sales have been made at a little under last week's quotations. No business of any consequence has taken place. Wheat comes to hand in moderate quantities, but it can scarcely be quoted so liria as last week. Oats are un saleable, at anything approaching late rates. Large lots have arrived from Tasmania during the week, and other parcels known to be coming do nut tend to improve the market. Maize is arriving freely, consequently prices have given way. Barley is scarce, and in demand. Bran maintains its firmness. Pollard is...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. FFrom the Government Gazette, April 2.7 BAGOT'S WELL, Section 260, George Ball, Poundkeeper — The black mare advertised to be sold March 30th, if not claimed, will be sold April 6, 1868, at noon. BRIGHTON, Samuel Prior, Poundkeeper — One light bay horse, black points, small scar over off pin, small star in forehead, no brand visible, If not claimed, will be sold April 27, 1868, at noon. EOHUNGA, Peter LewtSj Poundkeeper. — One red steer calf, ear marked, about nine months old, no brands visible ; one white heifer calf, ear marked, about six months old, no brands visible. If not claimed, will be sold April 9, 1868, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. HAMILTON, John Barnes, Poundkeeper — One bay colt, black points, branded like B.K. near shoulder, star in forehead ; one brown mare, like L.S. or 4S near shoulder, knees broken, fore and hind, fetlocks white, small star in forehead ; one brown maie, like H near shoulder, little white on near fore and off hind fetlock, s...

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MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

MOUNT PLEASANT. Several improvements are noticeable in this neighborhood. At the Talunga Hotel, Mr. Pound has nearly completed a large wing at each end of his premises — the Talunga Hotel — at a cost of something like £800. This will be a great accommodation to travellers, as well as an ornament to. the locality. Mr. Scholefield is building six or eight good 'rooms to his premises — the Totness Inn— which will be a^great im provement to his establishment. It contains an excellent long room, well ventilated and well furnished, A brickyard has been started, and the bricks appear excellent in color and very hard. Altogether the Mount Pleasant people are evidently going ahead. MOUNT TORRENS, March 30. According to^previous announcement, a grand Literary and musical entertainment took place rat Thursday evening last, in the District Schoolroom, on behalf of the incidental funds rf the Lodge, LO.O.R., 'M.U. Mr. E. S. All Dutt presided on the occasion, and introduced Mr. Ebenezer Ward, of ...

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PARA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

PARA WIRRA. March 28.— Present— Mr. Wm. Scott (Chair man), Councillors Harvey, Tjppeifc, Levett, and Wheaton. Mr, Hill attende 1 respecting devia tion of road on his property near Mr. Gould's, as determiued upon by previous CounciL Sur veyed, but not completed. Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. G. Warren relative to this and other roads ia similar position. Clerk to again call attention of Central Road Board to alleged encroachment of Mr. Coney's fence, which interfered with proper completion of Mr. Williatns's contract in that- quarter. Messrs. Tippett and Wheatou were deputed to examine and report upon work already doue. Letter from Talunga District Council, requesting co operation in opening up Mannum-road. Re ceipts, £16 5s. ; payments, £31 18s.

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PORTLAND ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

PORTLAND ESTATE. March 30.— Present— Mr. Werner (Chairman,) Messrs. Heiatt and Lindsay. Works Com mittee reported that Wellington-street was finished, and the fostpath in Clare-street was I eing proceeded vrith. Also that the door of the shute had been secured. Resolved that a portion of the fine inflicted on offenders arrested by the district constable should be given to him in cases where the Magistrate will not allo*v costs, the portion to be deeiled by the full Council next meeting.

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