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REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. We are indebted to the Under Treasurer for an early copy of an abstract of revenue and expenditure for the three months ended December 31, 1867. It is not a very cbnsolotary statement, The total . income for the quarter was £147,734 (against £171,388 of the corresponding quarter of 1806), andthe total expendi ture £257,349.. Ihe Customs for the quarter brought £50,926 ; the pastoral and mineral rents and assessments, £12,448 ; the sale of Crown lands, £31,37& ; railways, £23,711 ; postages £7,033 ; water-rates, £4,240; fines, fees, and forfeitures, £3,909 ; teleV graphs, £3,065» Dividing \the pub lii* income according^ to v its, autho rised apportion, the quarter3 yielded £68,356 to Ordinary Revenue j £13,002 to Primary Charges and Credits ; £21,753 to those Works and Undertakings charge able upon the Land Fund; £28,818 to other Public \ Works and -Improvements, and .£15,824 to the Immigration Fund. On the Expenditure side we find £25,668 disbursed o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
. BALES BY AUCTION Oft 3?OBSDA.lT|tJaBma.Ty 21, at 2 'o'clock. atjthe yards, stepney. ^ Splendid fat cattle. DJEAK, ILA^&HTOK, & CO. are instructed to sell, as above— 120 Head Splendid FAT CATTLE, from the Barling. 3Sie afctenMon of the 3zade Is invited to the quality of this very prime draft of Cattie. u4xl On TUESDAY, January 21, at 2»\sloek. AT THE 'YASSBS, STEPNEY. STORE CATTLE.. DEAN, 3DAITGHTON, & CO. are ^nstmcted to- sell, as above — 40 Head Wall-sown STORE CATTLE, from the North, in good condition/ d4xi On MONDAY, Fetetmry 3, at 12t-'clodk. To Fanners, Graziers, and Others. AT 12WG DWELLS. STORE SHEEP. DEAKS r*AUGB3!G3S, & CO. are instructed by Mr. Braond to -sell, as -above — ~ -650 4-tooth EWES in Lamb 200 JuU-:moutnea~Ewes 450 Lambs 300 2 and 4 tooth Wethers. In Lots i» suit Purchasers. The39_fih££JT BTft fil* 1' g''fl IHyflH*'*1, — 9HcL ? arebredfrom some »iJihe best stock in iihe ' colony. «s . On THOBSDAY, January 23, atJ2 o'clock p.m. ...
THE Chronicle and Mail. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1868. SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
THE SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1868. SEED WHEAT. ; _ At various farmers' meetings, and through the columns of the press; much, discussion has taken place with, reference . to the propriety or impropriety of using shrivelled grain as,seed Tsrh.eat; Opposite opinions prevail on. the aubjeat ; the di versity of judgment being quite as strongly marked amongst practical farmers of long experience, as between persons who .merely ^regard the question from a scientific or theoretical point of view. We know of wheat growers who nave cultivated -cereals in this colony for more than 20 years, who differ tot° -soeU) on the subject now; under considera tion; some affirming that the shriveUed grain is just as good, for seed as the plumpest, that could be found, whilst others insist that to use shrivelled seed is the sure and certain way ±o effect the destruction of next yeaf^ crop. Where agricultural 'doctors disagree like this, it is excusable if persons not so practically conversant with .the subjec...
SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
SHD? MAHS. -General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturdav. Januarv 18. For Great Britain and Continent of Europe, Mediterranean Ports, North and South America, Cape of Good Hope and African Colonies, Mauritius, India, China, and Western Australia, by the Contract Packet to Point de Galle, on Saturday, February 1, as under: — For news-, papers, at 9 a.ro. ; or, summaries specially pre pared for transmission by this mail, and posted by publishers, for Great Britain only, at 11 - a.m. : for letters. &t 11 a^m. : snTmlempntipy mail for letters on which a late fee of 6d. has been paid, at 11.50 a.m., at General Post-Office ; and with a late, fee of 9d. at Railway Station, at 12 noon. Money orders . for transmission by this mail should be ' obtained before 3 p.m. on Friday, January 31 ; Orders may, however, be obtained at the Chief Office from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 1, upon payment of double the ordinary rates of commission. For Victoria, New Sonth Wales, Queensland, Ta...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [From the Government Gazette, January 16.] APPLETON, Hundred of Alma (nearest Pob Office, Rhynie), James McMahon, Poundkeeper — One bay colt, small star in forehead, two hind fetlocks white, like + in circle near shoulder ; one dark or mouse-colored mare, two hind fetlocks white, small star on forehead, -piece of rope round neck, like L over O near shoulder, one dark entire foal with her; one chesnut filly, white stripe down face, no brands visible. If not claimed, will be sold Y?_-l. ? -__-__-- 'I Q-SO _*?!? -».*-*?- cvui usury jlv, imk., oiuuuuu, CLARE, George Reece, Poundkeeper — One bay horse, broken knees, little white on near hind fetlock, branded like J-B conjoined near shoulder ; one roan colt, long tail, off hind fetlock white, bran&ed like TR near shoulder. If not claimed, will he sold February 10. 1868, at noon. COMPANY'S TIERS, Section 141, Hundred of Onkaparinga (nearest Post-Office, Norton's Summit), Robert Ackland, Poundkeeper — One dark ch...
CLARE, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
V. CLABE, $A3srujutY 15. ' On Monday last, the 13th inst., a grand ama teur concert took place in the Clare Town Hall, for the purpose of ^Liquidating the debt on St. Barnabas Church, Clare. : The vocal and instru mental music was very good. The opening piece was .from ' .Tancredi,' and was. well ren dered by Dr. Bain, on the piano, Messrs. Bartsch, Weikert, and Price on the violin, and Mr. Bastard on-the flute A duet followed by two lady amateurs, which was well received. A duet onthepiaao by the Misses Victorsen was well applauded. The recitations by Mr. Richardson were delivered in a very masterly style of elocution, ? and elicited rounds of ap plause. A duet on the piano and violin by Dr. Bain and Mr. Bartsch was most deservedly encored, and would have done -credit to Bome of the Adelaide entertainments. Messrs. Webb and Smith played.. some very popular airs on the piano, and, considering their youth fulness, were extremely well rendered. ^Our old Mend, Mr, C. JSeckmann, was exc...
GAWLER, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
-JAWLER, Jaotdtaby 16. Persons who have been in the habit of visit ing Gawler in the month of Januaiy for the last few years on seeing it now, and all through this - monthj wiU be struck iwith the difference. -? In stead of the , streets being full of drays with wheat and other produce, and signs of healthy activity everywhere, there is now scarcely a dray to be seen. -The effect on trade is fearfully felt, and one is almost, led to ask,. what can the. shopkeepers nndtodo? instead or Uawler being the granary of the North, as mostly heretofore, We must content ourselves in thinking of the past, and hoping for the future. Many persons are shortening hands, and creditors' meetings are very. rife.. The Government have met the times well and usefully so far by accepting wood and stone off the farmers and others in this neighborhood, and this will certainly be a great means of enabling those whoneedit to live and struggle on, while the cutting and carting sleepers from Williamstown to the...
WALKERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
WALKERVILLE. January 13. — Present— Mr. E. Smith (Chair man), Councillors Eggers, Ball, and Huntley. Form of statistical return for year ended June 30, 1867. Circular froin Association of District Chairmen, with names of gentlemen recom mended as members of Central Road Board for 1868 ; same to be nominated. Medical attend ance form from Dr, Mclntyre duly signed. Mr. Papps to be allowei to increase his contract' for gravel from 150 to 200 yards, at same price per yard. Receipts, £4 7s. j payu-ents, £6 18s. 8cL
WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
WEST TORRENS. January 14. — Present — All. The half-yearly balance-sheet duly audited. Two chains of road to be metalled west of Plympton. Sandhill to be lowered by Brown's. Hole in road to be filled up near Middleton's Sandhill Ford at end of Rowell's-road, Reedbeds, to be sheet piled and metalled. In future broken metal to be placed on footpaths when convenient to prevent accidents trom venicies- passing on siaes ei roads. Circular from Central Road Board re- ? questing Council to nominate four members of Board for ensuing year. Council nominated Messrs. Everard, Bright, Hallett,' and Kelly. Letter from Mr, C. Jenkins complaining of cattle depasturing on district roads, destroying his fences and trees. Clerk to instruct aU Rangers to impound all cattle straying on dis trict loads.
WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
WILLUNGA. January 6. — Present — Messrs. Atkinson, Sara, and Humphris. Clerk to write to Aldinga Council that Council decline to co-operate with them as to opening of. new jetty at Aldinga. Letter from Central Road Board requesting Council to nominate four members of Board ; to be considered next meeting. Mr. Willoughby engaged to give notice to all occupiers of land to destroy thistles growing on their sections. Payments, £14 7s. 6d.
YANKALILLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
YANKALILLA. January 11. — Present — AIL Statistical circular from Crown LandB Officer. Clerk to fill in and return. Memorials presented urging Council to take steps to cause stench arising from Mr. Holmes's slaughter-yard, &&, to be abated. Clerk to write to Mr. Lowe, solicitor, on the matter. Letter from Mr. J. Tonkin asking compensation for allowing traffic to pass ? through his section. Two pounds to he allowed when bridge, building at Mr. Metcalf's, is com pleted. Fifteen applications for appointment as teacher of Wessanger School ; Mr. J. M. Howie appointed. Messrs. _H_. Jffi. jtttignt, auif., W. Everard, M.P., A. Hallett', J.P. and R. 8, Kelly, J.P., nominated members of Central Board Board for 1868. Letter from Mr. D. Davies, remarking upon bad state of crops in this district, and . suggesting that Council should. represent the matter to Government and endeavor to procure assistance to farmers in getting seed wheat.
HILL RIVER, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
HILL BIO.R, Januaet 15. v ahe crops in this locality are looking remark ably well, considering the bad accounts from most 9arts of the country, although most of the crops here have been visited by that universal plague— the red rust. It has not seemed tb have decreased the yield much. The greater number of the farms are turning out from five to twenty bushels of really first-class gr*In ; in fact, I have i«ii some samples of Hallett's Pedigree and Golden Prolific, equal to any I saw last year ; bnt wherever the Goldsmith or Purple Straw is jgrown the graia is very small and shrivelled.- — The vineyards are looking as usual, splendid, and promises an abundant yield. Not so with the .orchards, for what with blight and heavy winds, very little fruit is to be seen in them at all.
MINTARO, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
MINTARO, Ja_n*tab.y 15. . During the past week we have had very cold and showery weather, which is keeping back harvest operations sadly, and I am happy to say the yield is turning out even better than was expected.— The memorial praying for the new District of Stanley is, I see, at last in the Gazette. ' Every one is anxiously expecting a favorable reply form the Government, for they plainly see that there is no chance of getting anything done to our roads until backed by a Dis trict CounciL — There is also a memorial in course of signature to one of the Banks asking them to establisha branch at Mintaro, which is very much needed ; there is always a large amount of busi ness doing in Mintaro, and this year there will be a great deal. more. It is in the centre of a large agricultural' district, and has now three general Btores, two hotels, two saddlers, two blacksmiths, thiee carpenters, three wheat buyers, three shoemakers, two butchers, a steam, flour mill, and last, though not le...
LOCAL COURT—WILLUNGA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
*«Hj-te&i^ifi£&mfitte8&mL «** ^ ^^^ffi6feBS2a3gajS3ffiM¥ ^7° Ml*-* OJSSS. ^iflSf^^or^oWoife^tS ?mmBSB ?v- -. ? ? - . - ..... ._??? - ... ? the pleas If necessary. The ?instalments pro posed would be assented to by the plaintiff, who did nx-t wish to put the defendants., 'to costs of hearing fees and witnesses. . Leave granted. CRIMINAL SIDE. ; * BUSH FntES Act.— Two juvenile offenders, McCuUoch and Pike, about sue years of age, were brought up by Mr. Mclvor upon an infor mation for : breach of the Bush Fires Act in having lighted a fire on. a public road, by which all the- surrounding crops and fences were en dangered, not far from Mr. Kell's, J.P. The witness for the prosecution was a boy of 4 or 5. The little fellow's testimony fixed the two of- : fenders. Mr. Kell gave evidence of the presence of the culprits at the locus in quo, and it after- . wards appeared that the lighting, was 'effected by matches jricked up by these urchins from off their fathers' f...
THE DOG ACT, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
THE DOG ACT, 1867. The following regulations have been made by the Government, in terms of clause 33 of the Dog Act, 1867 :— ' 1. The sum of two shillings and sixpence shall be payable to any person seizing and. de taining any dog not duly registered, provided that due notice of such seizure and detention is given to a Justice of the Peace ; and a sum of two shillings and sixpence shall be payable to any person destroying any dognot duly registered ; but senarate rewards as above shall in no case be payable on account of the seizure and on account of the destruction of one dog. ' 2. To enable any pet son to claim the above rewards it will be necessary for him to furnish, to the satisfaction of the Honorable the Com missioner of Crown Lands, a certificate from a Justice of the Peace, setting forth the service rendered ; and, in the case of the destruction of a dog, the certificate must also set forth that the scalp of such dog was burned, or otherwise destroyed, in the presence of th...
LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. [Before Mr. H. E. Downer, S.M., E. M. Young, and A. Watts. J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
1.AW GOUBTS. LOCAL COURT—: ADELAIDE. THOBSDAY, JANUARY 16. [Before Mr. H. BL Downer, S.M., E. M. Young, and A. Watts. J.P's.1 Shebwinv, Lazab :&nd Othees.— Action for - £83 Os. 6d.,.«n the following account;— To preparing rough sketch for new theatre, as per agreement, £5 5s. ; to preparing plan and spe cification for new Theatre Soyal, 2^ per cent, on £2,355, £58 17s. 6d. ; to preparing tracing of plan for new theatre, £3 3s. ; to preparing new plan of theatre -and altering specification, &c, as per instructions, £15 15a. ; total, £83 Oa. 6d. Mr. Brace for the plaintiff.- Mr. Wigley, for defendants, paid into Court the sum of £20 and costs, and denied owing any farther sum. Joseph Sberwin, the plaintiff, said he was an architect, residing in Adelaide, and had been instructed hy the plaintiff Lazar to prepare plans and specifications for a new theatre. Prepared the plans, &c, accordingly, and -was to be paid' the usual commission. The lowest tender was £2,355...
THE SAILORS' HOME. MEETING AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
THE SAILORS' HOME. MEETING AT PORT ADELAIDE! A meeting, called in compliance with a requi sition to His Worship the Mayor of Port Ade laide, was held at the Town Hall, Port Adelaide, for the purpose of considering the necessary steps for the erection of a Sailors' Home at the Port. There was a very large attendance, the Hall being quite filled, and amongst those pre sent were the Hons. J. H Barrow and Thoa. Elder, Messrs. O. K. Bichardson, C. H. T. Connor, Dempster, D. W. Scott, and Capt Hart, besides several other gentlemen from .mieiaiue. Apologies xor non-antsuuaauo were received from the following gentlemen : — The Hon. T. Beynolds, Messrs. *G. W. Hawkes, ?B. B. Smith, K; A. Tarlton, C. H-T. Connor, J. W. Smith, M.P., and S. Tomkinson. His Worshui the Mayoe opened the proceed ings by reading the requisition whichne had received, requesting him to call the meeting. He remarked that the chair would be taken by a nautical gentleman, and who would be better able^ofillifthan he could...
POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 18 January 1868
POLICE COUBTU-PORT ADELAIDE. , SATDBbAY,-JAJBTDABT 3L; ,- [Before Mr. G.W.Hawkes,S.M.i: ; Mebchant Shipping Act. — WjUiam King, seaman of the Contest, was committed for 14 days, for disobedience 'of orders on board his vesseL — Captain Mmdlen, of the Costa Bica, appeared to the inform Sions of 'Nobr^Mahomet, Node Dellah, and Leedin, seamen of that vessel, for refusing to pay each the sum of £13 10s., for wages due. Mr. Dempster for defendant Mr.; Edmunds for informant*. Mr. O. Hains was sworn in as interpreter. The vcase was ad journed until Monday, for the purpose of ob taining a Koran. ? . ' ? . Wednesday, January 15. !i&mkXJW.—Mary Oyxten pleaded not guilty to assaulting Margaret Scott, who stated' she went to Mrs. Oysten's and complained re specting some report Mrs. Gysten had spread, and asked her who: was the author of it. She replied 'Pay Jny husband the 3s. you owe him and PU tell you.' Witness said if she owed Mr. Oysten money he ought to ask for it, to which defend...