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

STOCKPORT. March 31.— Present -AIL Letters from Com missioner of Crown Lacds and Destitute Board. Resignation of Poundkeeper. Application was received from District Constable Pierson for £3 4s., for alleged services. Not entertained. Certificate received from Chairman of Light Council, that Ford over Light was completed satisfactorily. Mr. Ardle's tender, No. 29, for £3 19s. 6d , acceptsd. Payments, £6 16s. 6d. leceipts. nil. ?

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UPPER WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

UPPER WAKEFIELD. March 24. -Present— All but Mr. Heaslip. Let ters received — from G. Field, respecting repairs of road from East Auburn mill to SaddJeworth ; Council will attend to same as soon as funds will allow. From Mr. Richardson, respecting closing of road for sale, Section 483. Mr. laornas said he was prepared to give £2 per acre for the road bounding portion of Section 480 on the northern side, and not more thau £10 for all expenses ; Council declined to accept offer. Messrs. Bleechtnore, Acraraan, aud Bow «len attended on behalf of the inhabitants, re questing repairs at ford in King-street, Auburn ; Overseer to call tenders. P. Curran stated that the poundkeeper at Auburn was dead, and ap plied to have a licence granted in his own name ; application granted, subject to his finding se curities. Clerk to prepare statement of account that can be claimed for grant-in-aid by next Council-day. Application for slaughtering license, E. Crawford, Section 552, Tipper Wake field. Pa...

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PORT AUGUSTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

PORT AUGUSTA. Our old trader the Lubra arrived on the 25th, a day later than herpecustomed time, the delay being^Saused, as some said, by a detention on account of a proposed visit of. one of the can didaf^; for ftte xfepsesentation ; of Flinders. FrpBt^he moment of ' her arrival, at 10 a.m. , consffl|rable excitement prevailed throughout theijetigth aud breadth of this famous northern city._3fo the course of the afternoon we received a circular to- the effect that a public meeting wo*4jSfbe held at Mkekay's, at' 8 p.m., for the p£|-ose' t-f 'hearing Mr. Watts address the nfeeting, at-whichit was hoped that the most influential electors would fee present to receive %he candidate and hear hia political creed. Boys kndxlerks spread the news. 'At length a large B^serijbT^ crowded in, and, the Chairman being sTefe^gfl, lite candidate was expected to appear ; )ut,:cjilas, no call brought the spirit from the rv^ssfcy Seep, or elicited ary response except the braying of Balaam's companion,...

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

SEVENHILLS. A bazaar on a very large scale was held at Sevenhills, in the large room, late Miss Coglin's school establishment, in aid of the con struction of St. Aloysius Church, near the college at that place. The most noticeable fea ture about the bazaar was the _ absence of the usual accumulation of trashy articles, whose in trinsic value is nil, and which only obtain a price from the purchaser's anjiety for the good of the cause. The place, however, of such articles w s amply filled with costly articles of vertu, including magnificent vases of wax flowers, statuary, embroidered cushions, &c. Foremost in this, as in every Other good work in the neighborhood, was Miss Ryan, assisted by her mother (Mrs. Ryan) and her sisters (Mrs. Stevens and Miss Margaret Ryan), and also by Miss Dehane and Miss Boland. Their stall, which occupied a. very large portion of the room, was stocked with everything the most lavish generosity could produce to benefit a cause so near to the heart a...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THUBSDAY, APBIL 2. The attendance was very good, and . the com petition brisk. The*land sold comprised 5,285 acres of country lands in the Hundreds of Goy der, Stow, and -Stanley, which realised an average of £1 6s. T^d. per acre; 5,776 acres in the Hundreds of Yankaiilla, Goyder,and Stow passed the hammer. - Section 206, Yankalilla, was taken up^after the sale. . . r ... __^/ - ?Couhtby Sections. -'.''' County Stanley— From 9 to 12 miles N.VSL andN.Ni Easterly of Port . Wakefield, and from 4 to 9 miles W,N. Wesfcedy~«t 'Wlutwater^ ??'? Hundred of Gbyder. . : ..-. - Sec. Acres, vParchwsere. Amount - 404 140 WJ Forrest ... £140 5 0 405 138 Ditto ' ... ... 138 '.Jb 0 406 14L Ditto ? 161 0;» 407 149 Ditto ? 172 -«;-rjO 408 133 Ditto ? 156 0 JO 409 115 Ditto ... ... 125 0 ft 410 26 Ditto ? 26 5 4). 411 93 Ditto ... '... 131. 0 0 - 412 103 Ditto ... -.. 134 0 0 4L6 117 Ditto ? 119 0 0 417 133 Ditto ... ... 133 5 0 418 82 Ditto ... ... 32 5 0 419 133 Ditto ? 133 5 0 ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALIA AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. Our two Commissioners to the Paris Exhibition — Messrs. G-. M. Waterhouse and A. Forster, with, whom we find Mr. R. R. Torrens — have made their report to the Committee in Adelaide, a copy of which is now before us. The report is not a very cheerful one, nor does the writer appeal to have been in a very cheerful mood when he wrote it. Per haps the closing paragraph may account ior tnat. xne commissioners complain in rather a petulant spirit that theirfrequent visits to Paris were made entirely at their own expense, and therefore their report is not so full and minute as it would otherwise have been. They do not seem to see the point which was insisted on in the Parliament, that the honor of repre senting the colony at such an important gathering was a sufficient compensation for whatever cost or trouble it involved. We do not say that our excellent Com missioners have not done their duty, while the honor seems to have been very scantily besto...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

ERRATUM. — We are requested to state that Mr. Joseph Fisher (at the meeting at the Maid of Auckland) did not say that he was ia favor of the introduction of raw material free, but that he was in' favor of the removal from the free list of all articles that came into competi tion with colonial manufactures.

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LANDS SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

LANDS SOLD BY PRIVATE CON TRACT. Beturn of lands {Country Sections) sold by private contract durine month of March, 1868:- ~ County Burra— Hundred Kingston. Sec. Acres. Price. Sec. Acres. Price. 392 149 £149 Oj County Daly — Hundred Kulpara. 260 169 169 0 } 263 157 £157 0 261 133 133 Oj 264 126 126 0 County Daly— Hundred Wallaroo. 354 100 100 01 356 110 110 0 355 86 86 0 1 357 ^96 96 0 County Byre — Hundred Neales. 47 294 294 0! 128 111 111 0 50 172 *320 0l County Flinders — Hundred Lincoln. 297 If 1 15 1 County Grey— Hundred Blanche. 172 197 197 0 1 173 .168 168 0 County Grey — Hundred Caroline. 318 98 9S 0\ County Hindmarsb. — -Hundred Kondoparinga. 2046 112 112 0 1 2103 8 8 0 County Bussell — Hundred Bonney. 270 96 96 0 j County Bussell — Hundred Malcolm. 384 220 220 0) County Russell— Hundred Seymour. 280 145 145 0 1 County Stanley — Hundred Andrews. 317 77 +91 0\ 527 107 107 0 County Stanley — Hundred Hart. 463 134 134 0 1 466 156 156 0 465 86 86 0| 467 58 58 0 County Start— Hu...

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

THE RACES. The following are the entries for the forth coming Autumn Kaces, to be held at lhebartca oa the 15th. 16th, and 17th instant : — MAIDENS. Mr. J.. Burgess's br.g..~Typo, 4 yrs. Mr. J. Gilbert's br.g. Lapdog, 3 yrs. Hon. J. Baker's Pirate, 2 yrs. Mr. T hos.. Kyan's b.f., by South Australian, 2yrs. . ._ Air. O. Adcock's b.g. Corsair, 5 yrs. Mr. Jas. Davey's b.m. Lady, 3 yrs. Mr. J. Harvey's br.f. Ada, 3 yrs. Dr. Bathe's b.c. Euphrates, 2 yrs. Mr. H. B. Hughes's b.g. Crosby, Syra. Hon. J. Moiphett's br.m. Alexandra, 4 yrs. Mr. W. Borrill's b.g. Leapyear, 3 yrs. Mr. E. M. Bagot's g.f . Una, 3 yrs. ? ADELAIDE CUP. Hon. J. Baker's b.f. Flying Fish, 4 yrs. Mr. J. Lamb's e.g. Cedric, aged. Mr. Thomas Ryan's fo.mv Regalia, 3 yrs. Mr. Thomas Ryan's b.g. Cupbearer, aged. Mr. L. L. Smith's b.f. Lancashire Witch. 3yrs. - k ? Mr. P. Francis's b.m. Midnight, 5 yrs. Mr. Pi B. Coglin's b.m. Apparition, 4 yrs. Mr. B. M. Bagot's g.ml Cowra, 5 yrs. . ? -. . SHOBTS. Mr.. J. Muliin's g.h. Colli...

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

STOCKPORT RACES. - The above races took i-'ace'on Thursday and Friday last, in a section belonging to Mr. J. Watts, sen., neat the township. It was in tended to conclude the programme in one day, but this was found impossible, and consequently an adjournment was made till the next. Thurs. day morning was very dull, and there were a few showers during the early part of the day, which one might think would somewhat have damped -.he ardour of lovers even of this time honored amusement, but a large number turned out, the ladies also being well represented. Host Manuel, and Mr. M. Barry, had commo dious tents upon the ground— the former for drinkables, and the latter ministering to the more solid necessities of needy nature. At the time of starting the weather cleared, and the remainder of the day was all that could foe desired for the occasion. Maidens, for 5 sovs. ; mile heats ; entrance, 10s. 6d. ; weights, 8 st. Mr. C. Biggins's ch.ro. Sweetbriar ... 1 1 Mr. T. Cameron's b.g. Shark ....

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SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVED. SATURDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

^HIPJMNa NEWS ARRIVED. Saturday, Makch 28. ALEXANDRA, steamer, 425 tons, Brown, master, from Melbourne March 26. G. A. and H. Bartleet, Town; Anthony and Bartleefc, Port, agents. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. J. Birrell, Miss Wilkia, Messrs. W. Sharp, and D. Dickenson Wheeler, in the cabin ; and three in the steerage. KANGAROO, steamer, 180 tons, J. Gordon, master, from Wallaroo. Three passengers. Cargo— 45 tons copper, 123 hides, and sundries, Elder, Smith, and Co. RESOLUTE, schooner, 40 tons, J. McLeod, master, from Port Caroline. Cargo — 2 bales bark, J. Formby ; 1 case, G. and R. Wills. FOUR BROTHERS, barge, 40 tons, Keubenicht, master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo — 183 bags wheat, R. and R. Main. Sunday, Maech 29. VALDIVTA, barque, 335 t ms, J. Sennett, master, from Liverpool December 24. Elder, Smith, and Co., agents. LUBRA, steamer, 220 'tons, A. McGoy, master, from Ports Augusta and Lincoln. Pas sengers — Mrs. Hacket, Mrs. Thurtell, Mrs. Von Haymond, and Mrs. Heynaiiy Messrs. Tass...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

- The WaUaroo Times saya: — Several of the miners that left this district a short lime since with Captain A. B. S. Osborne, ? under engagements . to proceed to the Peak Downs Copper Mines, have written back to the friends they have left behind, . stating that with the exception of mutton, all the necessaries of life are very dear, and very few of the comforts can be bad at alL Flour was'seven pounds per bag. Fever and agui were very prevalent, and death had already swept away several of thote who appeared the most robust when they left here.

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

WEST ADELAIDE. : Place of Nomination — Golden Fleece, Currie street. Returning 'Officer — Mr. J. D. Woods. HESBT ROBEBT Fulleb- Proposed by Messrs. H. Cox, W. Isbister, H. Hill ; seconded bv Messrs. George Newman, J. B. Spence, F* B. Fuller. WILLIAM Kkox SIMMS— Proposed by Sir J. H. Tisber, Messrs. H. C. Gleeson, E. Solomon, R. J. 'Winter, R. O. Fox, F. Hagedorn, J. Mellor ; seconded by Hon. W. W. Tuxford, Messrs. John Walsh, Joseph Rowe, Charles Sanders, Wm. '?? Sketheway, W. J. Cox, James Chittle borough. Samuel Raphael— ProDOsed hv Messrs. James Curtis, Wm. Bament, D. Litbgow ; seconded by Messrs. Charles Dawes, AL ?. Lawrence, W, R. Lambell. . There being more than the required number of candidates, the Returning Officer declared all .further proceedings adjourned till Monday next, the 6th insf., when he would take the votes of the electors. He then called for three cheers for the Queen, which was heartily responded to. Cheers were also given for the Duke of Edin burgh, and his ...

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

YATALA. : Place of nomination — Salisbury. Returning Officer— Mr. R. I. Turner. LA.VDSGTON Gltde— Proposed by Messrs. T. Aubert, J.P., Broadstock, E. Smith, Patterson, John Smith, E. If uld, W. Duffi- Id, and Hon. T. Hogarth ; seconded by Messrs. J. Reid, C. B. Youns, E. W. Loades, G. Scoular, J. Blake, G. Hubble, W. Inness, and T. Scott. Wbntwobth CaveXAGH— Proposed by Messrs. W. Ison, E. Wilson, W. Norman, W. C. Belt, J. Reed ; seconded by Messrs. W. Duffield, E. fcfmith, R. Cox, J. Broad stock. Thomas Pibt — Proposed by F. Fendon; seconded by T. Dayman.

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

THE ELECTIONS. The House of Assembly was dissolved by pro clamation on March 26, and the writs have been! issued for the election of another Hb'-se. 'We! subjoin the names of the candidates so far as they are at present known. The batches of j elections are atranged thus — April 6th, April: 21st, May 4th, and May 7ib. The nominations for the first batch, viz. : — Bast Adelaide, West Adelaide, Yatala, the Sturt, Barossa, and Stan ley, took place on April 3, and will be fo-md in another column. It will bs seen that in three districts there is no contest, as each district has to return two members. In the remaining 15 districts, however, there are 51 candidate*1. It is quite possible, however, that the lists may be modified before the days of nomination arrive for the other district? than those we have mentioned. East Adelaide. Hon. T. Reynolds Mr. K. Cottrell ?Mr. J. P. Boucaut 'West Adelaide. Sir. H. E. Fuller Mr. S. Kapha«J. Mr. W. K. Simms Babossa. Hon. P. Santo Mr. Joseph Skelton....

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THE DOMINATIONS. The nomination of candidates for the first six districts, viz., East Adelaide, West Adelaide, Yatala, the Sturt, Barossa, and Stanley, took place on the 3rd inst. at 12 o'clock. EAST ADELAIDE. i Place of Nomination — Corporation Acre ; Returning Officer — Mr. R. Ingleby. Thomas .Reynolds-— Proposed by Messrs. J. ' Pank, M. t-alom, O. EanMn, J. Pulsford, J. T. Bagot, H. T. Whittell, M.D., C. Gor3, A. H. F. Bartels, S. Kidner, E. B. W. Glandfield, and S. Whitmore; seconded by Messrs. M. Brown, A. Loutitt, J. Cooke, J. Scott, W. Gosse. C. R. Darton, D. Culley, W. Kay, H. Colbrnn, W. D. Wigzell, and A. H. Beyer. James Penn BoncAUT— Proposed by Messrs. C. G. Balk, J. M. Gunson, M.D., F. Arm bruster, J. Robin, E. S, Wigg, J. Nicholls, and W. King, jun. ; seconded : - by Messrs. J. Hatchett, J. McDonald, J. N. Perry, J. Winnall, W. McNamee, ' H. L. Vbsz, and S. Goldsack. ROBEBT Cottbell — Proposed by Messrs. W. F. Hinze, M. McMullen, P. B. Coglin, H. Pre...

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

STANLEY. The Honorable George Strickland Kingston, Messrs. ' ? enry Edward Briaht, George M*ssey Allen, and — Watts, of Stockport, were duly proposed and seconded.

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

THE STURT. Place of Nomination— -Cremorne Hotel, Unley. Returning Officer — Mr. F. R. Fesenmeyer. Richabd Bullock Audbews— Proposed by th« Hon. W. Morgan, Messrs. W. Johnston, W. Pearce, H. T. Robinson, L. ScammelL, and G. Styles ; seconded vv Messrs. J. H. Parr, L. W. Thrupp, W. Bonnin, J. McGowan, W. Jones, G. H. F. Grutz macher, and W. Shell ALEX4NDEB MuBEAT— Proposed by Messrs. J. Cuniming and E. Shepley ; ' seconded by Messrs. H. Codd and T. Turner. Joseph Fisheb— Proposed by Hon. J. Hodg kiss, Messrs. A. Armour, W. Gall, L. Scammell, W. Easther, and J Howard ; seconded by Messrs. E. Thornier, H. Robinson, W. W. Blyth, Charles Day, j. Prince, jun., and A- F. Weaver. E. C. HOMEBSHAM — Proposed by Mr. J. Howard ; seconded by John Maloney. Further proceedings were adjourned fill Mon day next, the day of election. Cheers having been given for the Queen and the Returning Officer, the gathering dispersed.

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

BAROSSA. Place of Nomination— Tanunla. Returning Office:— 'Mr. W. Clark. Philip Santo, Richard Chaffey Baker, and Joseph Skelton were duly proposed and seconded.

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

MAURITIUS. By the Prospero we have Mauritius papers to the 18 ih February. The official price current says: — ' Sugars. — Grey sugars suitable for refining purposes have given rise to no transactions since the departure of the last mail on the 6th inst., purchasers having asked for a reduction, to which holders would not submit. The scarcity of fine sugars is such that no business, we are certain, will be concluded, unless pur chasers make up their minds to pay from $5.10 to $5.15 for No. 12. There has been less en quiry for grey 'sugars, although some business has been done at last quotations. After having been neglected for a while, white sugars were sought for a few days since, and we have to note the sale of an important lot — from 25,000 to 26,000 bags— Nos. 20 to 21, at $6.50. The transactions in yellow sugars have been limited, and the reason has to be ascribed to the small quantities available, for which holders are firm. In presence of the attitude taken by holders and purc...

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