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COMMERCIAL WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday evening, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 April 1868

COMMERCIAL, WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday evening, April 2. General Merchandise.— The import market during the week has been characterised by a -want of animation. The attention given to the out-going mail has no doubt, to some extent, interfered with business operations. The sales effected have for the most part been oa a limited scale. In two or three articles, however, an increased demand has sprung up, and trans actions have been laxger. We note the arrival of the Dragon, from Mauritius, with a cargo of sugars. Messrs. Solomon & Co. will offer the same on Monday, the 6th of ApriL : Shake Market. — In the share market during the week no transactions of any moment have taken place. A few Bank of Adelaides changed hands at £4 9s. ; National Banks, £5 18s. 6d. ; Paramattas, £2. Railway Returns. — The following is a sum mary of traffic on the South Australian Rail ways for the week ending March 28 : — Port Line— Passengers, £222 13s. 10d. ; goods,...

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

GO0LWA On Sunday, March 30, the Rev. C. T. New man preached his farewell sermon at Goolwa, the chapel being densely crowded by persons of every denomination. The rev. gentleman took for his text Dent, xxx., 19, and in an exhaus tive and most thrilling manner unfolded the choice — 'death or life.' On Monday a tea meeting was held, and in the evenine a nublic meeting. The chair was taken by Mr. TurrelL, who referred to the object of their meeting,, viz., the desire of giving a last and substantial' expression to their admiration and sincere affec tion for the pastor whom they were about to lose. He enumerated the steps of progress made by the Church during Mr. Newman's pas torate. The Church members numbered 97 at Mr. Newman's coming; they now number 210, an acquisition in one year of 113 members, several chapels had either been initiated .'or advanced towards completion, and the sum of £700 had been collected. The choir having, snag 'How beautiful upon the mountains',' Gapt. George J...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.     BIRTHS. HILL.— On Tuesday, the 24th March, the   wife of G. W. Hill, of Mallow Grove, near Mallala, of twin sons — one still born. MUMME.— On the 27th March, at Magill,   the wife of J. E. Mumme, of a daughter. MURRAY.— On the 27th March, at Coro-   mandel Valley, the wife of Alexander Murray, jun., of a son.   DIXON.— On the 30th March, at Alberton,   the wife of Joseph Dixon, of a daughter. MARRIED. JONES—COX.- On the 27th March, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. Dean Farrell, Mr. J. B. Jones, Illinawortina, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. W. C. Cox, of Enfield. LOHRMANN—WOOD.— On the 1st March,     by licence, at St. Luke's Church, by the Rev. James Pollitt, Charles Theodor Lohrmann, to Annie, third daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Wood, of Gawler. HILL—WRAY. On the 30th March, by the Rev. Samuel Gray, at the residence of the     brid...

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HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

.'?'.?- HUNGARY. It is reported that a great Pan-Slavic conspiracy against the Austrian Empire, has been discovered in Hungary.

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

PORTUGAL. It is officially stated that the Portu guese Government has authorised Edward Medlicott, banker of Lisbon, and Thomas Bumball, engineer of London, to lay a new. telegraph cable across the Atlantic. The line is to be run from Falmouth, England, to Oporto ; thence to the Azores, and from these islands to some point on the coast of the United States. The new cable is to be submerged on the Allan principle, and it is estimated that the total expense of the enterprise will riot exceed £600,000 sterling.

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

BOMB. It is reported that the Pope has de clined to enter into negotiations for a revision of the Austrian Concordat ; and that Prussia has made advancesfor closer diplomatic relations with Rome.

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

?PRTTftSTA. La France, in its issue of the 12th instant, insists that Count Von Bismarck has asked permission to resign his post at the head of the Prussian Cabinet.

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BAROSSA. Tanunda, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

BAROSSA. Tanunda, April 8. To-day, shortly after 12 o'clock, Mr. W. Clark, Returning Officer for the District of Barossa, officially declared the state of the poll, as given in my letter yesterday, in front of the Tanunda Hotel, Tanunda. A great number of gentlemen had assembled, including friends from Gawler, Angaston, &c. The Hon. Mr. Santo also was present. After the result of the Poll had been declared, the Returning Officer called for three cheers tor our gracious Queen, which were most heartily responded to. He then read a statement from Mr. R. C. Baker, one of the successful candidates, stating that he intended to have been present, but missed the train by about two minutes. He very much regretted this, and thanked the electors for the proud position they had placed him in. The Hon. Mr. Santo then came forward to express his warmest thanks for the kindness he had received from the hands of the electors of Barossa, and the honor they had conferred on him by electing bi...

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WEST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

WEST ADELAIDE. The Returning Officer, Mr. J. D. Woods, at tended at the chief polling-place, the Golden Fleece, at noon, and declared the state of the poll. There was a fair attendance of persons. Mr. Woods announced the numbers as fol lows :— Simms 426 ; Fuller, 400 ; Raphael, 292; and declared the two former gentlemen duly elected. Cheers having been given for the Queen and the Returning Officer, who expressed his ac knowledgment, Mr. Simms, M.P., came forward and espre sse/1 his thanks to those who had so kindly used their prerogative in his bf half, and placed him in the position which he ha4 sought. He assured them that all he could do to serve the' interests of West Adelaide and the colony gene rally he would do. (Cheers.) He had not heard of anything that was considered unfair, though in a contest of that description the difficulty was to keep clear of matters wh:ch, when gone into, could not but be disapproved of by those who ought not to be blamed, but who were made to bear...

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. EAST ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

DECLARATION OF THE TOLL. east adelaide. Tuesday, April 7. The Returning Officer Mr. 11. Ingleby, at tended at the Refreshment Room of the Town Hall, at noon, to declare the state of the poll which was taken on the previous day for this district. A large number of electors assembled ou the occasion. The Returning Officer read the following figures as the numbers which each candidate had polled : — South North „, . , Adelaide. Adelaide. -LotaJ* Reynolds... 394 64 458 Cottre 1 ... 334 66 400 Bcucaut ... 334 .52 3S6 He therefore declared the Hon. Thomas Rey nolds and Mr. Robert Cottrell to have been duly elected representatives for East Adelaide. God save the Queen. (Loud cheers.) The Hon. T. Reynolds, M.P., ?was received with hearty cheers. He said — Mr. Returning Officer and Gentlemen, I cannot allow this opportunity to pass without making one or two observations I have first of all to thank the electors of East Adelaide for the very proud position' they have placed me in at the- head...

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BAKOSSA. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

BAKOSSA. TUESDAT, jAPBIL 7. Our Gawler correspondent supplied us with th« following account of the proceedings during the day, from which it will be seen that the electors were thoroughly in earnest:— The polling this day created a good deal of excite ment between Santo 's and Skelton's supporters. Conveyances were out from 9 to 5 bringing voters from far and near, and notwithstanding the downpouring of rain during the day about 145 voted in Gawler. Mr. Baker was not spokon of so much, as people f»-lt pretty sure he would stand well, for those who were favor able to Santo would in most cases vote for Baker, and many of Mr. Skelton's supporters also voted for Mr. Baker. The Committees of the candidates have worked hard for tbe last few days, and have issued a good many placards and squibs in the usual style. The scrutiny of the votes took place at Tanuuda. Mr. W. Clark, Eetunrns; Officer, presided, and the following gentlemen acted as Scrutineers. For Mr. Baker — Mr. F. Alden hoven ;...

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STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

?'STU.RT. Chief p' -lling place^-Cremorne Hotel, Unley. Returning and Presiding Officer, Mr. F. R. Fesenmeyer. Other polling places, South-road, Brighton, . and Glenelg— the Deputies acting there being Messrs. Bacon, Hayward, Q. W. Chinner, and J. SoaL The scrutiny began at Unley shortly after the boxes had been closed for polling:. The scrutineers . were— For Mr. Andrews, Mr. G. Styles; for Mr. Fisher, Mr. Chas. Day ; for Mr. Murray, Mr. E. Shepley ; for Mr. Hotnersham, Mr. J. Maloney. The polling was as follows : — n£ 2 o *i :..S a- 5 -8 a J. Fisher ? 131 52 65 18 266 R. B. Andrews ... 123 51 49 16 239 A. Murray ... 51 14 44 5 1L4 B. C. Homersham 8 2 1 1 12 Informal ... 14 1 5 — 20 PLUMPERS. g d . ? h j S Ti _j -3 1 3 § I £- m M C £ Fisher ... ... 25 9 — 7 41 Andrews ... ... 17 4 — 1 22 Murray ? 18 2 .— — 20 Hotnersham ... — — — — — The following shows the total on the roll and the numbers who voted at the respective polling-places : — Voters Votere registered. polled. Unley ? 445...

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Agricultural and Horticultural FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND VIGNERONS' CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

^|tkultaral mtir P&rtitulfttral FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND TIGNB RONS' CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. The Farm. — As soon a? the weather will per mit, barley and Cape oats may be sown for crop. Cape oats should be sown for hay in pre ference to the white, being earlier in growth and superior in quality 'or fodder. The selec tion of seed for the wheat crop ought also to be commenced. This is a work of the greatest im portance to farmers, as clean samples will always command a much higher price than in ferior. Should the weather appear favorable, sowing might be commenced at the end of the month. Sew luc-sm, vetch.es, and rye grasp for fotld^r ; also mangold wurtzel, the long red in deep soils, the orange globe in light or shallow. miuhkw *jraAL*£ua. — j.uju» jib buc iixuixou iui the main operations of gardening for tbeseasoa. Sow parsnips, turnips, spinaoh, cabbage, radishes, parsley, broad beans, and pests. The peas such as are good for...

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YATALA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

YATALA. The result of the polling in this district is as follows : — .£» TO .? ? 'o ? - 'M & 3 2 C s J S3 'a M - ~- ?3 1 S § £? I 02 «2 - O O E-i Cavenagn... 80 47 6 20 43 196 Glyde ... 76 41 6 11 42 176 Pirfc ..-. ... 46 7, 3 27 4 87 Informal ... 8 2 . t- 5 1 16 -Messrs. WentworthCavenagh.and Lavington. Glyde were declared duly elected.

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THE PRESENT AND FUTURE MARKET FOR AMERICAN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

THE PRESEJfT AND FOTURE MARKET FOR AMERICAN WHEAT. Although the increase of wheat leas been 70 per cent, during the last decennial year, yet at no previous period have prices been so satisfactory to the producer. Fluctuations there have been, as there always will be in all markets for all productions ; but the average price in this period exceeds the average price of any other like period. The cause of this is to be found in a better home and foreign demand. Had the home demand but increased only with the increase of population, the ave rage price would have been much less ; but it has much exceeded this, and the cause for it is explained by the census report of 1860 in the great increase of manufacturing labor. The statistics of Ohio show an increase in its agricultural productions, and '?its mining, manufac turing, and mechanical industry, and its commerce and navigation, as follows : — Corn crop, 18 per cent, ;- wheat (about), 20 per cent. ; horses, 63 per cent. ; cattle, 40 per ...

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WEST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

WEST ADELAIDE. Chief Voting-place — G-lden Fleece Hotel. Returning and Presiding Officer, 6ir. J. D. Woods. Deputy, Mr. B. J. Price. North Adelaide — Voting-place* Wellington Inn. Presiding Officer, Mr. W. I). Claxton. The scrutiny began at 6 o'clock, the following gentlemen as scrutineers assisting the Retui uing Officer : — For Mr. Fuller, Mr. Woisuop ; for Mr. Raphael, Mr. Fabian } for Mr. Sun ins, Mr. Coates. After about 3J hours' work, the result of the day's poll was found to be as under : — South North „, , . Adelaide. Adelaide. lotaK Simms ... 353 73 ' 426 Fuller ... 333 67 4-4- Raphael ... 262 30 292 Informal ... 22 5 27 970 . 175 1,145 PLUMPERS. South North ni-foi Adelaide. Adelaide. loIal- Simms ... 73 12 F5 Fuller ... 63 3 «6 Raphael ... 113 7 120 249 ! 22 271 Total number on rolls — South Adelaide, 1,440 ; North Adelaide, 255. Total number who voted — South Adelaide, 627; North'Adelaide, 84. At the conclusion of the scrutiny the Return ing Officer declared Messrs^; Simm...

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THE FOREIGN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

? ? THE FOREIGN MARKET. In an article on wheat in Prus sia, published by M. Judd, our Minister at Berlin, but evidently ?prepared by an intelligent Prus sian, . this remark is made : — ' ' Official statistical reports of the whole quantity .of wheat produced annually in Prussia dp not iexigt ,at -allj ^because all experiments to fix the quantity have remained without result.' tf. this is so in the small, en lightened, and highly, agricultural king dom of Prussia, how uncertain must be the estimate of Russian grain, production, so large in territory, and with a popu lation so heterogeneous in races, lan guage, customs, and laws, and how un reliable niust be the accounts of German grain production, with its numerous prin cipalities ? Still we have a good deal of statistical information of grain produc tion and consumption, sufficiently accu rate for my present purpose, to present a general estimate of the demand on our country for its wheat from the deficits of European nations. Great...

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THE ELECTIONS EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

THE ELECTIONS BAST ADELAIDE. Chief Polling Place — Town HalL Returning and Presiding Officer, Mr. R. Ingleby ; Deputy, Mr. J. W. Downer. North Adelaide Polling Place— Dover Castle Hotel. Presiding Officer, Mr. A. Lazir. The ballot boxes were oj-eu from 9 a.m. to .5 p.m., and as soon as they were rlose 1 arrange ments were made for the scrutiny. The follow ing gentlemen acted as Scrutineers : -For Mr. Boucaut— Messrs. J. Clark and E. C. Longson ; for Mr. Cottrell— Messrs. G. T. Cottrell and J. N. Lugg; for Mr. Reynolds — Messrs. C. R. Darton and W. Kay. Shortlv after 8 o'clock the total result was arrived at, and it is as follows v^ Soiith : North Adelaide. Adelaide. Total. Reynolds ... 394 tf4 458 Cottrell ... 334 66 400 Boucaut ... 334 52 . . , 383 Informal :,. 38 -1 39 Total number on- rolls— South Adelaide, 1,175 ; North Adelaide, 205. -! Total number who voted-^-South Adelaide, ? 732; North Adelaide, 122. ??- ? Three cheers were given for .the Returning Officer(Mr. Ingleby). We ...

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PLANT NUTRITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

PLANT NUTRITION. -That all plants in their growth need sustenance, and receive it from some source, is known and acknowledged by all ; but how it is obtained, from whence, and how taken into their constitution, ia not so plainly seen or generally under stood. To offer any new ideas on this question I do not lay the least claim ; my object therefore will only be to place before the reader some plain, simple, and easuy understood oDservations on tne composition of all vegetable substances, the sources from which, these substances are derived, and how they are taken into the organization of plants. Vegetable, and all mother substances that present themselves to our view, are divided, or may be resolved into com bustible and incombustible — organic and inorganic-^matter. Organic matter con sists of that in which life has at some time existed ; inorganic, on the contrary, of dead matter. All plants will therefore come under the head of organised matter, as being the seat of life.- All or...

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INQUEST AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 11 April 1868

INQUEST AT PORT ADELAIDE. An inquest was held at the Court-House, Port Adelaide, before the Coroner, R. Ingleby, Esq., ' and a Jury, on the body of Lewis Wallace, steward of the Government schooner Flinders, whose body- was found floating in the river on Saturday, the 4th instant. The Jury after having viewed the body, expressed their desire that a post-mortem examination should be made. Dr. Gething attended and made the necessary examination. . Hugh Quin, jun., car penter. Knew deceased. -aw him last about half-past six a. m., on -Thursday, 26th March, at the Glanville Hotel. Witness . was going into the yard of the hotel for a shovel.whender ceased wished him to go into the hotel, which was not -opened at the time. Deceased asked witness if he c juldget into the house. Witness ' replied, 'Yes.' Mr. Goldsworthy, the landlord, admitted deceased, and he remained about 10 minutes and then 'eft. Deceased drank a glass of gin. Asked witness if McLeod, one of his shipmates, had been ther...

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