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MEETING AT THE HUNTSMAN'S HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
MEETING AT THE HUNTSMAN'S HOTEL. A meeting of the electors or tne district oi East Adelaide was held at the Huutsman's Hotel, on Thursday evening, April 2. The attendance was but small, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Councillor Bundey. Mr. J. P. ? Boucaut, at some length, addressed the meeting. Amongst the topics touched upon he alluded to the volunteers, to whom lie observed he had always been friendly. A gentleman since the meeting on the preceding evening had asked him to % give a decided answer as to whether, *in the event of the revenue considerably diminishing, he would do away with the volunteers or regular soldiers. He hoped they would never come to that neces sity, but if they did, he should advocate the removal of the regulars, because the volunteers resided in the colony, and were inteiested in its welfare ; and then, again, at any time the soldiers might be ordered elsewhere, and the country left without protection. (Hear, hear. ) With regard to education, he remarked...
MEETING AT THE HAMBURG HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
MEETING AT THE HAMBURG HOTEL. Mr. R. Cottbell met the electors of East Adelaide at the Hamburg Hotel, on Thursday. There was a very large attendance, there being over 200 persons present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Ellis. Mr. CoTTRELL again fully explained his political views, and after wards answered a number of questions. Mr. C. Williams proposed Mr. Cottrell as a fit and . proper person to represent thf* district. The motion was seconded by Mr. F. Grahlow, and on being put was carried unanimously.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
SALES BY AUCTION. FARM STOCK. UNDER A BILL OF SALE. JfO RESERVE. AT MA_ BABEL. On TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 7. AT ONE O'CLOCK. TOHN SMALL mil sell hy auction, O as above, by order of JL BanHne, Esq. — 13 Good DRAUGHT HOBSES 2 Reaping Machines, by Cameron 1 Winnowing Machine, ditto X 'Waggon .' ? -. . ' 2 Tip Drays 4 Single Ploughs 1 Double ditto 3 -Sets Harrows _a, &c., &a All the above are in good order. Also, The well-known Entire BROWN PRINCE. Terms— F«r sums over £20, approved Bills at Three Months. ? . ' xl ?'?? On WEDNESDAY, April 8, at 12 o'clock. ON THE FARM, NEAR CHINKFORD, ARTHUR KING ias received in , structions from Mr. Michael Lysaght (who is leaving the District) to sell by auction, as above-i— ? ? An bis Valuable FARMING, IMPLE MENTS, HORSES, &c, &c., com . prising — . ?.?'??'' Reaping Machine, by Mellor Winnowing do. 4 Iron Ploughs - Horse Roller Set of Colonial Harrows . German Waggon, nearly new Stack of Hay, about 5 tons : Hayforks, Rakes...
MEETING AT THE ROSE INN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
MEETING AT THE ROSE INN. ? On Thursday evening a meeting of the elec tors of Ea t Adelaide was held at the Rose Inn, Sturt-street. There were between 50 and 60 persons ? present, tfce chair being occupied by Mr. R. O. Fox. The only candidate present was Mr. W. K. SIMMS, who, after addressing the meeting, was proposed by Mr. W. C. Oaw thorne, seconded by Mr. Brown. The propo sition, on being put, was carried by a large majority. A motion in favor of Mr. H. R. Fuller and also one in favor of Mr. S. Raphael were lost.
THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT THE NORFOLK ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
THE COMING ELECTIONS. MEETING AT THE NORFOLK ARMS. A meeting of the electors of East Adelaide was held at the Norfolk Arms, on Thursday evening, ihe '2nd inst. There were about 103 persons present. Councillors Bartels was unanimously voted to the chair, and at once called upon the Hon. T. Reynolds, who commenced his re marks which were very brief, by alluding to the principles set forth by the Reform Association, and said he agreed with many of them, but he believed they were only put forward to hood wink the people on the question of protection, which was kept in the background. He alluded to his oast political career, anl said he had always been an advocate for the greatest freedom consistent with good government, and also of the utmost freedom for religion, and such, beit g the case, he .was not now going to support a system which would restrict trade. They might just as well ask him to support a State church , or to fetter the laboring man a to ask him to support the encourageme...
RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
RUST IN WHEAT. At the. suggestion of the Commission on Diseases in Wheat, Dr. Schbmburgk has been pursuing further experiments with a view to determine whether red rust is caused by atmospheric conditions. We understand that, so far as the experi ments have gone, they have afforded evi dence which contradicts the theory of Mr. Scoular, as put forth in his paper, which we recently printed. In the course of a few days we hope to be in a position to give the results of these curious and in teresting experiments.
THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." THURSDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
THE 'GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.' Thubsday, Apbh. 2. , A new Scab District (No. 5) is proclaimed, the following being the boundaries :— Nistrict No. 5.— Commencing at a point on the eastern, boundary «f the province, about one and three quarter miles north of tne south-eastern corner of the Hundred; of Mingboolji thence, in a north-westerly direction, along the south western boundary of Pastoral Lease No. 205, about -nine arid a quarter miles'; thence, north easterly along the north-western boundary 4-f the said lease,- about one and a half miles; thence, north-westerly, along the south-western boundary of said lease, about two and a quarter miles; thence, easterly, along the northern boundary of said lease, until it intersects the boundary of the province ; thence, south, by the province boundary, to the point of com mencement. . 1 Charles Clarke, Esq., M.D., of Adelaide, and Joseph Griffiths Sims, Esq., of Oraparinna, are appointed Justices of ths Peace for the pro vince, '..-.: His. Exce...
GAWLER CORPORATION. THURSDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
GAWLER CORPOEATION. Thobsday, Maboh 26. Present r- 33ie Mayor, Councillors. Dean, Swann, Howe, and Popham. Messrs. Taylor and Forgie asked permission to erect for Post Office, department a letter receiver at the corner of Dundas and Jacob-street Public Works Committee requested to report upon the most central position for the purpose. Letter from Central. Road Board, asking Council to contri bute £250 towards repairs of Willaston Bridge. The Mayor stated total length of bridge 278 ft. — 56 ieet -.-only being within municipality. Town Clerk to inform Board that Corpora-, tion would not be justified in defraying moiety of cost,. inasmuch as only one-fifth of bridge is within Corporation boundary, aid that Council is not-in a position to expend any amount on the bridge. Council agreed to send an address to the Duke of Edinburgh on behalf of the bur gesses.
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
ENGLAND. A serious riot has taken place at Cork. The gate of the city was blown up by Fenians,, and the telegraph wires were cut. On the 10th February, a riot between the Fenians and the police took place in the streets of Cork. The police used-their muskets and bayonets. Many persons were wounded. The police captured the notorious Captain McKay. A rescue was attempted, when the police fought gal lantly, and lodged-their prisoner in gaoL May (?) Chatterton was shot In London in mistake for an important witness for the Government in the case of the Clerk enwell trials. *.:. Riots have also taken place at Warwick. It-is considered that wool has reached the lowest probable rates, and must soon revive. . ^ Australian securities are firmly held. It is proposed to lay a new. Atlantic line from Falmouth to Oporto, thence to the Azores, and thence to the United States.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
AMERICA. New York.— The talk of impeaching President Johnson is revived. The breadstufts market is irregular. Flour is from $8.25 to $16 per barrel. Wheat is from $2.40 to $3.17 per bushel. ; Sak FsAifciscOy February 8. — 'Wheat, $2.70, for choice samples ; $2.60 to $2.65, for fair quality. . Flour has advanced from $8 to $8.20. VAiPABAiso.— Wheat, $3 to $3.50. AtTomesomevessels are waiting to load. High prices are given, but it is probable that before the end of the month they wfli be considerably reduced. . Frequent fires, causing great destruc tion of property, have occurred at Val paraiso. _ Cholera is raging at Buenos Ayres. There has been a daring robbery of specie from the railway cars carrying Calif ornian treasure from Panama to Aspinall. It is intended tq advertise the sale of guano on Mona Island, which is of immense value.
VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 30, Elizabeth-street was flooded ;pn Satur day night by heavy rains. A man was drowned in the gutter. To-day it is cold and bleak. Melbourne, April 1. The flour market is very unsettled. Tenders are to be immediately called for the construction of the Launceston Western Railway. ? The dulness in business still continues. No 'transactions are reported. The buggies, saddles, bridles, Ac, used by the Prince's party in Victoria' have been spld by auction, and brought about £250. '??????' . The barque Bosphorus, from Newcastle to Adelaide -with coal, put in at the Heads under stress of weather yesterday. ? Melbourne, ; April 2. A public meeting was held in St. George's Hall last night, Mr. Rolfe in the chair,: when resolutions to support Mr. McCulloch's policy were adopted. It is reported that 900 tons of flour were Bold yesterday at up to £21 10s. per ton. The market is in an excited state, and it is difficult to give quotations. The Aldinga has arrived. The S...
NEW ZEALAND. [Via Melbourne, April 1.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
NEW ZEALAND. fVia Melbourne, April 1.1 Fears which were entertained of an up rising of the Hau Haus are for the pre sent allayed. The question of the separation of the North from the Middle Island is again bfiin? discussed. .Great disappointment is felt at the Prince going direct to England. Three hundred tons of flour are being shipped at Lyttelton for Melbourne. The Court of Enquiry into the charges laid by the Colonel-Commandant of the Volun teer Force against Captain Ferguson, of the Reedbeds Cavalry, sit again on Thursday, the 2nd' inst. The evidence of Lieut. -Colonel Higgins, Adjutant Peryman, and Sergeant-Major Kingdon was taken, and Lieut. Slater cross examined by Captain Ferguson, after which the Court adjourned until Tuesday next.
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 30. The general thanksgiving services were continued yesterday. Arrived — Otago, from Hokitika, with 5,900 ounces gold, and 170 steerage pas sengers bound for the Gympie Diggings. There were loyal demonstrations at Hokitika. Sydney, March 31. The Prince drove through the city, un attended, yesterday, and was greatly cheered. A Committee, has been appointed to collect subscriptions for a testimonial to Mr. Vial, who seized the assassin P'Farrell before he could fire the Becond shot at the Prince. ' Five witnesses have been examined in O'Farrell's defence. They proved that he suffered from epileptic fits and delirium tremens, but it is thought that the plea of insanity has entirely failed, and that conviction is certain. The case was ad journed till this morning. Lenton and Smith's troupe of Japanese performers are much admired. O'Farrell's trial is concluded. The Crown brouarht overwhelming evi dence of his perfect rationality up to within a few minutes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
EL E 0 T I O N S. HOUSE OF, ASSEMBLY.— SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Sheriff's Office, Adelaide, March 27, 1868. Tun following notice, shoving the names o the Ueiurning Officers of Districts, the chie en 1 other voting places, &c, is published for general information. ; — Bp 3 S s *?&?£' £' S3 --S a: (B Pj© 2 «- ? -» S = ; i : i i i.-i = = i = ; = -: ; = ; I ? r *: nil i w '1? i r : ? ? I I ? I o ? I : : ? : §*£.: S iv5!SiiJIMi,ssfSii ?a «a ?ofl'S'S'd'S w ^^^^^^^^^ -^ «:« S8?8«5S'8'Sw8Ko.S8w«i': | _ ' . ?;. | . ? ? - ' , ? . f if Mmumim i - - - ? .- .... - 3 BiiiBilT !lL»|fl|I Iff 15E liT* pl| fl II. 5 ?: illf liff «| . ft ! ; ilSi^fil ill 'I I I It is . 3. ? f *-.?'?? si »- sd? s-o- g ???§-? 3 ff 5*31 * 9 e- g E S I?3 | §.? | hs 2? j- p * g- ^ «*?«*» S S* O ? ?*** §* *L ?*.«=?« 5 o £ s. s f- p CD -C e»- . . lL ' ' '?' Si s .8 i ?leg. s .-.-.??? If' V S^ s- 1 ?a 1' ?? j 'WILLIAM E. BOOTHBY, dare Beturning Officer ior the Province. IH ENRY CH APMANi Eetuming j Officer for the Dist...
INQUEST AT MODBURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
INQUEST AT MODBURY. On Saturday, 28th instant, the Coroner, Mr. R. Ingleby, held sin inquest at the Modbury Hotel, on a fire which had taken place on the 17th instant. Mr. T. Mitchelson was chosen foreman of a Jury of 15, an! the following evidence was adduced : — John Marritt, a farmer residing at Upper Dry Creek, said— On Tuesday evening, 17th March last, I saw George Cox's haystack on fire. I live about a halt a mile from it, and when I first observed it the west end was on fire. Joseph Hutobins and Henry Ballenstone, in eompany with myself, went to see it. After examining it I concluded it had caught fire on the South side. It was all a blaze except a patch near the south-eastern corner. Mr. Sfconeham lives near the stack, and on our way we called for him and he came with us. The wind was south or south-east. Previous to this occurrence, we have had a very hot period. We were the first party that arrived, and I saw no one there. Mr. Cox lives some miles away. I have never heard ...
BURNSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868
BURNSIDE. March 30. — Present — All. Memorial from ratepayers and others against the sale of road at Glen Osmond to Mr. Olliver. Clerk to reply. Mr. Olliver, of Glen Osmond, attended re- &nbsp; specting sale to him of road, as per Gazette notice. His application was supported by Mr. Hatchett, but in consequence of certain objec- tions this business was adjourned to the next meeting, objectors to attend and Council take legal opinion. Letter from Mr. Padman, re specting repairs to road from his gate to Scott's Corner. Clerk to reply that tenders for same bad been accepted. Various tenders for metal ling on Waterhouse's-ro id, fencing on Pen fold's, and construction of ford at Burnside receive *, ani the following accepted : — Dun- stan's,- for ford, £8 10s., and lid. per cubic yard for earthwork ; John Charters, fencing, 5s. per rod, metalling, 3s. 8d. per cubic yard. Sur veyor to examine Glen Osmond School premises with reference to needed repairs. Payments, £13612s.