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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. Thobsday. January 23. The land sold comprised 2,975 acres country lands, in Hundreds of Goyder, English, Yan kalilla, aud Monarto, realising an average of £1 Is. 9£d. per acre, and 6,775 acres in Hun dreds of Goyder, Nangkita, YankalUla, and Monarto, passed the hammer. Attendance moderate. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOT. County Stanley — Quarter mile E.N.E. of the Mantawarra Dam, Hundred of Goyder. Sec. Acres. Purchaser. Amount. 370 166 William Forrest £202 0 0 COUNTBY SECTIONS. County Stanley — From eight to 13 miles north and north-east by north of Port Wakefield, near and adjoining the Mantawarra Dam, and the Magulia and Middle Range Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Goyder. - 334 96 W. Forrest ... 96 5 0 3-5 121 Ditto ? 136 0 0 336 79 Ditto ? 91 0 0 337 105 Ditto ? 125 0 0 338 85 P. D. Prankerd ... 99 0 0 339 107 J. G. Bamsay ... 120 0 0 340 125 Ditto ? 125 5 0 341 142 Ditto ? 142 5 0 342 90 Ditto ? 91 0 0 343 109 P. D. Prankerd ... 114 0 0 344 102 W.Forrest ... 118...

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QUEENSTOWN AND ALBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

Q.UEENSTOWN AND ALBERTON. January 13. — Present — Messrs. S. Wilson (Chairman), B. Mockridge. S. Burge,. and J. Short. Letter received from Sir. H. Todd, sen., agreeing to collect the rates on the same terms as last year. Council nominated Messrs. Hallet,'' Bright, Everard, and Warren as mem bers of the Central Road Board. The assess ment roll as revised by Mr. Jones, was laid be fore the CounciL A rate of one shilling in the pound was declared upon the assessment for the current year ; public notice of the rate to be given by advertisements. Payments, £18 3s. 8d.

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RAPID BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

RAPID BAY. January 18,— Present — Mr. Coles. No quorum.

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RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

RHYND3. January 18.— Present — Chairman and Coun cillors Howard, and Ridgway. Various circulars received ; Clerk 'to reply. Letter from Mr. T. G. Richardson, enclosing accou it for surveying; from Mr. O. Hornpr, calling attention to dan gerous stumps on Wakefield-road ; Clerk to reply. Council nominated Messrs. Halletb, Everard. Bright, and Kelly, as members of Road Board ; notice to be published. Thistles to be destroyed. Hours for stubble burning fixed.

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STOCKPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

STOCKPORT. January 2L — Present — The Chairman, and Councillors Cunningham, Lawrie, and Young. Various official circulars! read. One tender received for the repairs of Stockport school room ; to stand over. Payments, £1 5s.

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KING GEORGE'S SOUND TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

KING -GEORGE'S SOtZND TIME ? ?-'?:? '' ?. ?. : ',?:'- 'TAHt.TB.v- ?; : :. ?; - ;- :.; ? ?? Due at the Sound Dae at the Sound from England. . *o England. 1868— F6braaTy€. 1868-February 11. MarohlS. \ , March 10. Apiil«. April 7. April 30. May 3. May2& May3L June 25. June 28. '?: July 23. July 26. ^««urt20. August 23. JSespteaiber 17. September 20. October 15. October 20. November 12. November 17- v - It will hence be seen that our present arrange ments ?will not at all suit the February mail, ?whilst for 'the Maxell mail the branch steamer . would have .'to -be at the Sound two days earlier than lier homeward mail was due, if she wanted to bring away the outward matt. : The April, ? -dates suit very well; bat after that the dis-. crepaney increases from three to five days: each; month agsinst this colony. The next mail from Adelaide 'will be dispatched oh February 1, ±o reach the Sound in time for the mail.from.Eng-.; land, due *here on February 6. We shall thus . have to sen...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. Adelaide to Port :— 7.30, 9.10, 1L0, 12.0, 1.40 &30, 5.20. 8.0.-Sundays— 9.0, 1.30, 3.30, 5.30. Port to Adelaide 1^8.20, 10.0, 12.0, 1.40, 2.30, 4.30,6.15, 9.0.-rSnndayB— 10.0, 2.20, 4.30, 6.30., NOKtHBBN EAILWAT. DOWN TRAINS. Adelaide ... .., I 7. 0 11.45 4.30 - North Adelaide ... 7.4 11.49 4.34 BryCreek... ... .7.20 — 4.50 alisbnry..v ... fr 7.35 12.20 5.0 mithfield... ... 7.50 12.35 5.20 ? Gawler Town - ... 8.10 12.55 5.40 Goods only. ' . Gawler Town ... j 8.20 — 5.50 ^reeling ? 8.45 — 6.16 ^Roseworthy ...I 9.15 — 6:45 Kapunda ? | 9.45 — 7*15 OP TRAINS. Kapunda ... ... 7. 0 ' — 4.30 Freeling ? 7.30 — 5. O Boseworthy ... 7-48 — 5.18 3awler ? 8. 5 | — 5.35 Mix. Trains. Gawler ? 8.15 3-30 I 5.45 Smithfield ... 8.39 145 I 6.0 Salisbury... ... 8.45 2. fl I «-15 Dry Creek ... 9.0 1 — | 6.30 North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 1 €.46 Adelaide ... ... 9.25 2.40 j &55 Sunday trains leave Adelaide f or Sapunda, at 8 o'clock a.m., on the following dates: — Janu...

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SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOB JANUARY, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

SOLAS AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOE JANUARY ,1868. ? (Compiled specially for this Paper.) Phases op the Mookt. First Quarter ... 3rd day, lie 17m. p.m . Full Moon ? 10th day, 8h. 7m. a.m. Iiast Quarter... ...17th day, 2h. 18m. a. m. New Moon ... ... 25th day, . 4h. 32m. a-m. Davs ?un ! ^-un Moon Moon, ^' rises. sets. rises. sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 1 4.55 7.13 10.11 11.3 ; 2 4.55 7.13 1L8 11.37 3 4.56 7.13 p.in.0.4 a.m; 4 4.57 7.13 1.2 O.U 5 4.57 7.13 2.3 0.46 6 4.58 7.14 3.7 1.25 7 4.59 7.14 4.15 2.13 8 -5.0 7.14 5.22 3.4 9 5.1 7.14 6.27 3.59 10 5.2 7.14 7.28 5.3 . U 5.2 7.14 8.21 6.13 i 12 5.3 7.14 ' 9.8 7.22 ; 13 5.4 7.13 9.51 a32 j 14 5.5' 7.13 10.28. 9.37 1 15 5.6 7.12 li-4 10.42 ? 16 5.7 7.12 il;40 1L43 17 5.8 7.11 a.m. p.3n.0.43 18 5.9 7.11 0.15 H4L j 19 5.10 7.11 0.52 2.37 1 20 5.11 7.11 L30 3.29 21 5.12 7.10 2.11 4.22 22 5.13 7.10 2.55 5.10 23 5.14 7.10 3.43 5.58 24 5.15 7.9 7. 4.33 &42 25 5.16 7.9 .5.26 7-21 26 5.17 7.8 6.17 7.58 27 5.18 7.8 7.11 8.33 28 5:19 717 R6 9.7 ...

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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. J. Jacobs, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Monday, J^nuabt 20. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. J. Jacobs, J.P.] False PfiETENCE3. — Henry Edward Large was charged by Joseph C. O'Halloran with ob taining three horses, a saddle, and bridle from him, by means of false pretences, on the 31st December last. Mr. Thrupp for the prosecu t'on. Joseph C. O'Halloran said — I am clerk in the Civil Service, Adelaide. I came out in the same ship as prisoner. About December 26 I sold him some horses. He saw one that day, and th other two he had seen before. He said he had £300 in the Bank at Melbourne. It was on the faith of that representation that I sold him the horses. . He said that as soon as we ha i completed the bargain he would give me a cheque on that Bank. We completed the bar gain some time between the 27th and 3lst of December. I sold him two horses, a mare, s iddle, aud bridle for £48 10s. He wrote me a letter, ask ng me to send ' him. the mare, saddle, and bridle, which I. did. Subseq...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

POLICE COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. Thoesday, Jandabt 2 $. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes,'S.M.3 Ann Kintiane and EUen Melvin were charged with stealing 16 one pound no !es, 5s; in silver, a bottle of wine, and a packet of lollies, the property of Mrs. Phillips. Ann Phillips stated that she resided at Lefvere's Peninsula, and the prisoners were in her service. On the 15th inst. she went out, and before going, told' Kin nane that she had pla.ed £16 under the mattress of her bed. Missed the money on her return in the evening, and a day or two after missed a bottle of wine and packet of lollies. Amongst the notes was a ragged one, like the one pro duced. Believed the packet of lollies was the same. The prisoners had been in her service about a year. Gave them no permission to take the money. ' Discharged them on Saturday and paid them in gold. Mary Ann Daubeney de posed, that on the 15th instant she saw a person resembling the prisoner, Kinnane, getting out of one of Mrs. PhUlips's windows. Mary Ma...

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THE FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

THE FLOWER SHOW. The first exhibition of fruits, flowers, and vegetables for the year 1868, in connection with the South Australian Horticultural and Flori cultural Society, was held in the Town Hall on Thursday, January .23. There was a very fair attendance throughout the day, and the pro ceedings were enlivened by selections of music on the pianoforte by Mr. Hedges. Of course the principal feature of the Exhibi tion was the show of flowers, which was excel lent, considering the hot weather which we have experienced for the past two or three day?. There was a capital collection of plants in pots, including fuchsias, petunias, and many others. The prize for the best new or rare plant not previously shown was awarded to Mr. J. T. Gfay. The Hon. J. Hodgkiss secured the prize for the best six plants. For the best six fuchsias the prize was awarded to Mr. F. S. C Driffield, and for geraniums to Messrs. Giles and Pascoe. For petunias, the Hon. J. Hodg kiss took two prizes, viz., the priz...

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PORT AUGUSTA RACES. [From a Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

PORT AUGUSTA RACES. fFrom a Correspondent.! The above races were held on the usual course, between Port Augusta and Stirling, on Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th Ja nuary, '. and. were well attended. The three booths on the ground did a fair amount of business. Stewards— Messrs. T. Burgoyne, Kavenagh, G. GaTdiner, 'Wright, and 3. B. Gibbs; Judge, Mr. J. R. Goodiar; Starter, Mr. Mackay; Clerk of the Course, Mr. E. Kinnair ; Mr. H. Johnson Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. FIBST DAT. Maiden Plate. — Entrance, £1 Is., with 15 sovs. added, for all horses that never »oa public money, except hack stakes. One mile ; heats. Weight for age. Mr. Moran's b.g. Pleaipo. aged (Stacey)... 1 1 Mr. E. Swinden's b.g. Darkie, aged (Blackboy) ? 2 2 Mr. T. S. Smith's Randell Mr. H. J. Tolmer's Victim First heat was won by Plenipo by half a length, and the second by the same horse. Town Plate.— Entrance £2 2s., with 25 sovs. added ; two miles ; heats ; weight for age. Mr. Wauchope's b.g. Unknown, aged (...

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GLENELG CORPORATION. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

GLESTELG CORPORATION. FfilDAY, JANUABY17. Present — His 'Worship the Mayor, Councillors . Howard, Crook, Wigley, Whyte, and Hitchcox. lbs minutes of last meeting read, and con firmed. The^Valuator handed in the new as sessment. T-Swa Clerk to give notice that the Council will hear appeals against the assess-' ment (if any) on January 3L Appeals to be sent in by the 30th. ' The Overseer to have six of the seats removed and placed at theTiead of the jetty, so as to give better accommodation to the public ; also to have the coping and stepson the sea wall repaired. Read, a letter from the Chairman of the Destitute Board, saying that he' would instruct Dr. Burton to attend any case of illness that may occur among the destitute poor of Grlenelg until some resident medical man has been appointed to that office. Town. Clerk reported that he had received 22 appli cations for the office of special constable and laborer to -the Corporation; ' The Mayorfsaid before considering the applications...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday, Januaby 22. Present — The Mayor (in the chair), Coun cillors Dean, Jones, Howe, and FrankeL Messrs. Wilcox and Co.'s tender for iron buckets, at 37s. 6d. per dozen, to be accepted. The Public Wories Committee reported : — 'Posts — Painting blistered and work not satis factorily performed. Footbridges require paint ing or tarring, as may be deemed most prudent. Footpaths recommended to be gravelled as requested. Daly-street— Cutting going on satsi factorily. Queen-street — On levelling this street we find a fall of two feet in the centre, and a rise 01 one loot to the east end from the centre. Gravel is being delivered in considerable quantities. King-street— Cutting the hill near Willastou Bridge has been completed, and is an improvement. Water Shute — We have in spected near Exhibition Building, and have given. Inspector instructions to repair same as necessary.' The Council to inspect ironstone quarry at Clonlea, and ascertain conditions on which it ...

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PORT ADELAIDE CORPORATION. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

POST ADELAIDE CORPOKATIOlSr. Friday, Januaby 17. : The Town Clekk reported that the over draft was £501 5s. Id., and the amount of rates collected to date, £2,063 7s. 7eL, and tie amount received for licensing drays £31; that £2 17s. fid. had been received from the Police Court, and £9 32s. Gd. for the use of 'the Town HalL The Overseer reported on the general state of' - the town and the rroeress of works. The application for permission for green grocers and others to dispose of their stock on the Commercial-road on Saturday nights, was not granted^ the Council iiot having the power to do so. TherTown Glert was instructed to reply accordingly. .* ' ??'.?? Resolved that Councillors Bennett and Wald be requested to inspect the weights and mea sures offered for sale by Mr. R. U. Moore. A letter -was received from the Secretary of the Portland. Company in reply- to one of the Council's, dated 6t2i January, enclosing a plan showing the land and dock respectively marked A and B, the. Com...

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [From the Border Watch.} Gob hew Machstbates.— Although two gen tlemen, residenll in this district, have been for some time appointed and duly gazetted magis trates, we have not been enabled to derive any benefit from their services in consequence of their not having been sworn in. It is not rea sonable to require two gentlemen to undertake a- journey, there and back, of 600 miles, merely to qualify themselves for the discharge of an honorary public ' duty. In other colonies and under similar circumstances, it is usual to for ward a Commission from head-quarters to the Police Magistrate to swear iu the Magistrates elect, and such a course we opine might be adopted here. Seed Wheat. -4Ir. W. W. Watson, Secre tary to the Mount Gambier Farmers' Club, has received the following letter from Mr. J. Bootnby iu reply to a communication from that body, offering to supply the Government with seed wheat for the destitute farmers : — Chief Secretary's Ofiice, Adelaide, J...

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EDUCATION BOARD. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

EDUCATION BOARD. Monday, Jakuary20. Present— Messrs. W. C. Belt {Chairman), W. Cavenagh, M. P. , Arthur Hardy, J.P. , J. Brown, Dr. Wyatt (-Jhief Inspector), and J. Bath (Secretary). EEPOETS. Rev. R. A. Caldwell reported that he had examined the school conducted by Thomas Holloway at Compton Downs ; 29 pupils were present. The progress made by them since the previous examination was evident, and the mas ter was discharging his duties to good purpose. Rev. Henry Howitt reported having examined the school conducted by Miss Carter, at Welling ton. The numbers present were small, but the school was generally well attended. APPLICATIONS IN POESL James Poole, Macclesneld ; Charles J. Webb, Mitcham j J, G. Young, Freeling j F. W. Holder, Ash well ; Sarah To wnsend, Skilligolee Creek ; LuefiNeild, Blanchetown. Mrs. Neild's application was supported by a number of the parents and inhabitants of Blanchetown, and a report of the favorable con dition of the school, and the necessity that ex ist...

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MARINE BOARD. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

MARINE BOARD. Monday, JANOAfiy 20. Present — Captain J. W. Smith (in the chair), Messrs. C. H. T. Connor, J. M. Ianklater, and G. W. Hawkes. , Treasury . minutes were received, informing the Board that their indent for surveying in struments had been placed . by the Agent-, General in the banfla of Messrs. Trough ton and Simms ; also, advising shipment of light house stores^ per Orient. , '. The Chief Secretary forwarded through the Treasurer' a letter. from Commander Hutchison, . H.N. , enclosing a return of surveys made by Mm of the coast of Aiostralia f or* the year 1867. The Secretary , was 'instructed to obtain any charts ,that may have been prepared of Commander Hutchison's surveys. .'.'.'. A Treasury minute forwarding correspond ence between the Governments of this colony and 'Victoria respecting relief afforded to the brig Europa, at King's Island ; also, an account for expenses incurred by sending the steamer Pharos for the crew. The amount being £43 5s! . The Secretary was...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, January 2L Present— Messrs. A. Hallett, J.P. (Chair maa), H. B. Bright, M.P., R. S. Kelly, .J.P.,. -Seorge McEwin, J.P., and Robert RanMne, J. P., Road Commissioners ; Air. H, 3. Andrews, Secretary ; and Messrs. C. F. G. Ashwin, C. T. Hargrave, and C Sheppard, Superintending; Surveyors. ? . . South-Eastern District. The SuperintendingSurveyor's usual monthly report to the 21s u inst. was real as annexed: — ? Contracts Completed. No. 2,123. South-Eastem-road, making 210 chains road. Completed satisfactorily. No. 2,169. South-Eastern-road, pairing 85 chains road. Satisfactorily. No. 2,194. SouthEastern road, making '2J chains road. ' Satisfactorily. No. 2,207. Mount Barker Branch, making 89 chains road. Satisfactorily. No. 2,209. South-East-Brauch, making 80 chains road. Satisfactorily. No. 2,210. Woodchester Branch, ?m^ki-n^ 46| chains road. . Satisfactorily. No. 2,21-5. South-East-road, making improvement in road near Fordham'-s. Satisf aetoiily. Contrac...

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MELROSE. DREADFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

MELROSE. DREADFUL ACCIDENT. {From our own Reporter.] An appalling and fatal accident has happened to Mr. Wm. Jones, storekeeper, of Melrose. He was travelling with r his hawking-cart full of goods, when the vehicle capsized, and fell on him, near the Black Bock. A quantity of lucifers were in the cart which ignited, and Mr. Jones, with the horses, were, burnt to death. The cart and the goods were also consumed. ? [Private Telegram.] Near Black Bock a hawker's-cart tipped over, and fell upon Mr. Jones and killed him. Some boxes of lucifers in the cart ignited and set fire to the latter, which was consumed. One of the horses was burnt, and also part of the body of the deceased. Melrose, January 23. At. the inquest held on the body of Mr. W. Jones, of Melrose, a verdict of acci dental death 'was returned. It was stated Sir. Jones was in .^U probability dead before the ignition of the cart.

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