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RIVERTON. Riverton, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

RTVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] Riverton. January 24. An inquest was held to-day on the body of Sarah Faulds, who Tiras found dead in a wheat paddock yesterday. The evidence was very conflicting and evasive. . The circumstances of death are very suspi cious. On the application of the police, an adjournment was ordered until the 3rd February.

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WRECK OF THE SHIP GENERAL GRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

WRECK OF THE SHIP GENERAL GRANT. We extract the subjoined painfully interest Ing account of the wreck of the -ship General Grant, from the Southland News,' January 14. It is rather long, but as a mere story it is -well worth reading — NARRATIVE OF THE SDBVIVOES. The General Grant, 1,200 tons, William Herby Loughlin, master, left Hobson'-s Bay on the 4th May, 1866, with a full cargo and passengers. Nothing particular occurred up to the night of the 13th, when, about 10 o'clock, . was sighted what was supposed to be~ Disap pointment Island, on the port bow. - The course steered was E. by N., wind about N. W. The -night was very dark. We then bore away S. B. for about half-an-hour, then hauled up again to - the eastward. About 11 o'clock we sighted the Auckland Islands, right ahead.- The vessel was then hauled on the port tack; the wind light and a nasty short sea ; had hardly steerage way. Stood on the port tack about two hours. During this period the ship was setting bodily towards t...

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

ARITHlMaSTieAL PUZZLES. A short time ago -we published the following 'puzzle,' by Mr. Thos. Wallace, of Norwood i— 'Divide 360 into four parts, so that if the first be divided by 10, the second multiplied by 10,, the third decreased by 10, and the fourth increased by 10, the sum of the quotient, , product, remainder, and sum will again equal 3fift.» To the foregoing we appended a postscript, which we now. repeat, inasmuch as the condi tions laid down therein seem to have* been over, looked by some of our correspondents, and also because it is specifically referred to by others. The postscript was as follows : — ' We bave no objection to devote a small por- . tion of our space, to arithmetical queries, and other intellectual puzzles, supposing they are not absurd; which some of the questions that have lately been sent to the^press really were As an indispensable condition of publication every query or puzzle must be accompanied by its proper answer or solution. This we shall, in the ...

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PUZZLING QUERIES AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

PUZZLING QUEBIES AGAIN. TO THE EDITOB. Sir — I was greatly amused at the dogmatical and self-conceited manner in which the letter signed '.' J., C. Bradshaw' was written. The writer evidently supposes everyone but himself to be a fool, for in aa, exceedingly peremp tory manner he asserts the absurdity of the. question and the 'ignorance displayed in attempting its solution.' Now, I would advise ' J. G. Bradshaw' to think a little more before he writes again on such a subject, because it is possible that even he should be in the wrong. What induced me to send the question for solution was — I had noticed it in an arithme tical book some time ago, and was desirous of again ascertaining the answer, but having mis laid the book, the only resources left to me to find it were the daily papers. It just happens that I succeeded in turning up the book to-day, by.it t find the proper answer to be 12-523187, which I regret to say makes all our colonial arithmeticians in error. If any of your -...

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

TO THE EDITOB. Sir — Your correspondent, Mr. James C. Bradshaw, is evidently a gentleman of no very strong perceptive faculties; being thoroughly practical he will not admit a proposition, even for the sake of argument, if it bears upon the face of it the stamp of absurdity. Mr. J. C. B. has certainly not studied mathe jnatics.jotherwise he would know that a tacit assumption of -the proposition expressed is essential before we can proceed to reason upon it, for all reasonings in mathematics which rest ultimately on definitions or propositions — in fact rest on the intuitive inference that things corresponding to the words denned have a cou ceivable existence as subjects of thought, and do or may have proximately an actual existence. As your correspondent declines, to consider Mr. Bedford's proposition in its abstract form, I will put it - in what he will no doubt call a more practical shape, namely— If one-fifth of £21 will purchase 17 yards of cloth, what part of £54 will purchase ...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO THE HON. A. BLYTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO THE HON. A. BLTTH. A complimentary dinner was given by the electors or Gomeracha to the Hon. A. BIyth, one of the representatives of the district, who is about leaving the colony for England, at the district Hotel, Gumeracaa, on Thursday even ing, January 23. The spread, which was excel lent, was partaken of by between 30 and 40 per sons. Mr. Samuel BandalL J. P., occupied the chair, being supported oa his rig'at by the guest of the evening, and on. his left by Mr. Alexander Hay, M.P. The position of Vice-Chairman was filled by Mi. B, S. Kelly, J.P. After the edi bles had been well discussed, The Ghatbmas quickly disposed of the cus tomary introductory loyal toasts, which were drunk: with marked enthusiasm, and then brought under the notice of the meeting the toast of the occasion, 'The Health of the Hon. A. BIyth.' He observed that he felt he was quite incompetent to say anything that would at all represent what the Hon. Mr. BIyth was deserving of, and on th...

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MEETING OF THE ELECTORS OF EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

MEETING OF THE ELECTORS OF EAST ADELAIDE. A meeting of the electors of East Adelaide ?was held At the Hotel Europe on Friday even ing, January 24, to enable the Bon. Thomas Seynolds ani the 'Hon. P. Santo 'to give an account of their stewardship during the last three years.' There was a large meeting, the loom being well filled, and Mr. E. B. W. Gland field was voted to the chair. ? ?? -' . .- The CHAiBttAN opened the meeting by stating its object, and bespeaking a fair, impartial, and reasonable hearing of all speakers, and a rational and calm expression of opinions. Mr. W. C.B0IK entered into an explanation of why his name appeared on the requisition, desiring that that meeting should be called. The Hon. Thomas Keynolds . (the Treasurer) was then called on by the Chairman. He re-. f erred to the circumstances under which the meeting had been called, and -expressed the opinion, that in courtesy, his colleague and himself might have been consulted as to their convenience to attend t...

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POLICE PROTECTION FOR GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

POLICE PROTECTION FOR ; GLENELG. On Thursday evening, the : 23r& inst., a meeting of the ratepayers of Gle^elg was held at'ihe Government Schoolroom!,' for , the purpos1? ' of considering the proposal to remove the police , from the township. There was a fair attend ance, and the1} chair was occupied by His Wor ship the Mayor of Glenelgj who,; in openirig^the proceedings, remarked that' the Municipal Council considered that by haying a. man who would act' as a special constable as well; as a .laborer under them, the greater part of the £70 per annum now paid j: for a policman might be Saved: The Hon. Mr.: Strangways had stated in print that the saving to the Cor poration would not be more than- £25 pier annum., but many, thought, it would be more -than double that amount The Corporation, however, would be guided by the wishes of the ratepayers in.: the ma'ter. In. answer, to questions put by- ihe Hon.. Mr. Strangways,. he stated .that 'file ^Gavernmeiit would- supplie- ment ...

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MEETING AT PEACHEY BELT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

MEETING At PEACHEY BELT. A correspondent at Peachey Belt informs us that a public meeting was held at the Waterloo Inn, on January 21, to consider the seed' wheat question, -Mr. Warren, Chairman of the Port Gawler District Council in the chair, when the following resolutions1 were carried : — ? Moved by Mr. KING—' That a great.nunVber of farmers . in this province have lost their crops. by blight and red.rust,and many .will not be able to procure seed for their land for next season.' . . - Mr. James Read seconded, . and Messrs. MciRowAN arid Gubebtson supported it. The resolution was carried. Mri Gilbbbtson pioposed— ' That it would; be wise policy on the 'part of our Government to grant seed wheat to those who need and are willing to receive it on such terms and in such quantities. as the Government shall elect.' ' Mr. Risebobough seconded^ Carried unani mously. '.-?''?'. Mr. O'LoGGHLlsr proposed — ' That an abun dance of suitable seed is procurable in those dis tricts not visited ...

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THE FARMING INTEREST. MEETING AT TUNGKILLO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

THE FARMING INTEREST. MEETING AT TUNGKILLO. A meeting of tenant farmers1 toot place on Thursday evening, January 23, at Tungkillo, for the purpose of memorialising landlords. for remission of rent. About 25 persons were pre sent, Mr. Rpwe presiding. The meeting was advertised fott p.m., but proceedings were not commenced till about a quarter to 9 o'clock. ? The Chaibmas after referring to the notice calling the meeting, called upon the .authors of the advertisement to initiate a proposition. Mr. T. Cookhill said his proposition was something like begging. He had three bags of wheat off his farm, and did not see hoy? his rent was to be paid. He would willingly give his whole harvest for the rent. r If the landlords must have their ; rent they must sell tha farmers up, aud -send them to the Stockade, or-somewhere where they could earn alivhtg. (Luighter.) He did not think there would be wheat enough in Tungkillo for flour and seed for the farmers. He proposed that they memorialise all...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

shipping news; ^ ? : ? — ? . - . -- , ? ; ARRIVED. :' -??;''-? Fhid ay, January 17. :'l: TASSO, barque, 264 tons, W. Heard, master, 5 f-from^Idverpopl October 5. Elder, Smith, and Co., agents. ''? , Satubday,- J^nuabt .18. I . PENOLA, steamer, 500 tons, Fred. P. f' Snewin, Blaster, from Melbourne via Port t: .MscDonnell and Port Robe. G. Young, agent, 5. ^!Fown and Port. Passengers— Messrs. Arthur ,J;Dixon, A- Smith, Patten, Gascoine, Barnes, ;- 35owli-»g, Miss Cumberland; Mr. ?nd Mrs. ; -Glpn. four children, and servants, in the cabin ; ? and; 19 in the steerage. . , ,f ; '.EILT, brig, 248 tons, D. McCallum, master, for Newcastle January 8. J. Bickers, agent. Sunday, Januaby 19. KANGAROO, steamer, 180 tons, James Gordon, master, from Wallaroo. Monday, Januaby 20. ENDEAVOR, cutter, 15 tons, Anthony Angelowiteh, master, from Port Wakefield. Cargo— 67 bags wheat, J. Hart and Co. ; 57 do. do., Giles and Smith. ALWYNTON, barque, 491 tons, G. Golman, master, from London October 3, via th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 25 January 1868

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.   BIRTHS. BEEVOR.— On the 18th of January, at Finniss-street, North Adelaide, the wife of Horace L. Beevor, of a son. SOLOMON.— On the 18th of January, at her residence. King William-street South, Mrs. B. Solomon, of a daughter. CHAPMAN.— On the 17th of January, at Haynford Cottage, St. Kilda, Victoria, Mrs. Stanford Chapman, of a son. EGAN.—On the 20th of January, at her re- sidence, Hindley-street, Mrs. J. W. Egan, of a son.         HUNTER.— On the 20th of January, at Wakefield-street, the wife of Mr. William Hunter, of a son. HADDY.—On the 20th of January, at Port   Adelaide, the wife of W. H. Haddy, of a daughter. SPENCER.—On the 21st January, the wife   of George Wm. Spencer, of a son.   MALCOLM.— On the 22nd of January, at Gawler, Mrs. Wm. Malcolm, of a son, still-born. HILL. — On the 19th January, at Medindie, Mrs. Henry Hill, of a son. MARRIE...

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MARITIME AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

''r'A I , -I^XTtfTTWfe A PffATRa: : ';..;i fr'~''z j ; .:&u T C;! -TO: THErEDITOE. ' ' ' -' ' ^;Sir-^51te rapid ? rise ' krid- progress of the polonies -is: often subject-matter for considera tipn'h rbut;in|faU except South sAustealia strict attention, is' hestojyed jon ... maritiine. ; interests, aijllj ewryiate'is'take^ to induce'*; 'superior, clas^«f' vesseKvto visit their '-Hraters.- Ihthre' colony,' ? unfortunately v -the shipping Interest is ? ndjb fostered,; although really ; the well-being of : the! fiomuiunity r especially , -depends .on ; it.; .Whpther it ^be .the removal of the barsj Ijh.e 'deepening 'W/the* haTbbr, 'ferebiiion of 'wharfs, or abolition iof bbnbxiou's 'imposts bh°ship masfcers, the 'same dull, cold apathy prevails,' despite the ^endeavors' of ihe Marine Board to 4raw .public .attention; to the .aavancement of. the.Pprtl' 'Slpw; arid sure^'ls 'said to-be the motto, but although the former holds gobd,'-yet the flatter should be substituted by 'uncert...

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HOW TO MEET THE PRESENT AGRICULTURAL CRISIS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

H0W'\TOJ!^ETViT^IpiaSSEM;;'A4BItl ??'? ? ^?--'1-'iotj£TOrEAIi'TCb£SIS.!'J'iK'F;'-':''f-f ; ? ' '..'. : .:.-: to THE;EDITOB. -??-?-? '?' ' *'????'? 1 '-. 'Sir--rd!t'.is ah:-ohi.:«ayingiha,t'i:'in fheimul-: tituilerpf.-counBellors :ther-37is wisdoia,f ;.andj. JperoapB, f^oai jbhe maiiy jsuggestiooe made,soine, scheme inay 'bejapvise^ to ineetut3ie 'preseiit cKfficulty 'inRlwhich a;?cbnsiderabliei:^ambef'''6fr eur; farmers ;'fin'd themselves cplaced 'by 4he'!re ce'ntfaalureintae-croiJS.,. ?'.?,;?:?. ;.'.:;:: r:ii--'vfT' ;; 'It .has occurred^o^e; tha^.if ,th,e!G--vein- merit would undertake to- get a , short 3ill jjasseiltlirougB the Souse,- giving' a' jrefe'rable lien1 on -crops, sinular'tbvtheilActKnowvin exwiB tence for creating a -lien on wool,: it; ?w»uld:*af- ford fan opportunity of, meeting (thji; difficulty now existing, i I^beUeye wiiBi, such^nAct.jas % ibaye- suggested,, a.^bom'pauy l'migli| readily Ve: [^btinea '5with ^a icapSal -s 'of :'e5QMQ'! i»r: even ; £100^000' '? if ? ...

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THE PRINCE'S APPOINTMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

-THE PBIJ«3E'S:APPOrNTME5ITS. \/~. - ii.'os -r : .''TO .THE EDlTOB.' ? : ' ?'?''-'' ?' --'- Sir^-^At home-it'is generdly BuppoBed tqhe* some eort of honor to be- appointed a Eoyal tradesmau '; but, according tb; the MettjoUtne Zreader ' of 'the ULth instant and late nuinbers' t»f the Auspralasfaw the «q)pointments :&ave toeeni given r%ht; and-1 left: 4n Victoria'; fend great is the fun on Ballaratat a blacksrnith anaa^ginger- : beer-mkker 'being ''appoirited.r' ; What ^tl tde: Prince; want of such people ? but/as ttirJieaideir says, these things come -;heap to the Prince and' afford good fan to ^he^uerries.- -'i -T_ -;NT '?-. ;;i ? '???'????'? '-;'* ?''':'' l&ngiSirfkc^ '-??^ - ??????? ?? ?_..?? i ?; :-'^;:i3TOEWOOiX;

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EDUCATION FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

EDUCATION FbR SOUm'^STBAilA: - ' : ,TO THE EDITOE. ?:''' Sir^-Permit me ^space.fprafew .Jines'on^bhe above subject. ' 'Thepreserit state of spciet^irrall not adinit of education . being' left ia ^ itselfj ; nor ?will supiilemen'tary ^gra.nts;in aid secure .lij, as' at present conducted.1 . Parents 'J and 'xJchers 'have entertairied the idea ,-tbat t-y Bending iiheir chit-., dren %o school thry 'are lienefituig ihe^achers,^ and they say ep when occasion 'suits them. : Thd sooner such an anomalous 'state' of things xs ob viated the better for al£'vThfi'laWrs of the teacherslare riot yameij'by either theparents or the youEg, and bbthJthe standard of ins tructionl, and the status ofthe teapti^rs are . Jowereai the young being 'acute 5n discerning the aninius^ A radical alteration, hoth politically and socially' is needdd, aind the ^^'next Parliament ought ',to: grapple vdth. it. j CdaiipulBpry la vra are- the 'only' remedy. 'Every child has ^ aright ..to' .the bfess ings of education, '...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

GRICKET, On Saturday afternoon, January. 25,.. the return match between the /North Adelaide ' Young Men's and -Young Australian Cricket Clubs was played on tne North Park Lauds. Messrs. F. Searle, and T. S. Horn acted as captains, and W. Samson ^and H. Cowie as umpires for the respective sides. -The North Adelaide Young Men were the first at the 'wickets, and succeeded by steady playing In running up a score of 90 runs. The Young Australians then took the bat, but were disposed of for a score of 45 runs. The game was con tinued till sunset when the stumpB were drawn; and the match being decided by the first innings left the North Adelaide Young Men the victors by five runs. Subjoined are the scores : — NOBTH ADELAIDE YOUNG WES. ITIrsi Innings. . - Second Innings. Sparks, b. Leader ... 3 J. F. Oonigrave, . .-:-. - b.; Saint ... 7 Beevor, c Saint ../...€ runout..!.: .„ 0 E. G. Phillips, c Saint 3 b. -Button . ^.17 W. Phillips, b. Leader 8 b. Saint ... 13 Whinham, h. Button 6 runout......

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RAILWAY FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

RAILWAY -I15JANCE. We nay e received ; an official report of the Revenue* and Expenditure of the South Australian Railways during 186r. The Revenue was £125,585, arid the Ex penditure (subject to some additions on account of imports from England) was, £127,938. ? These amounts stand against £114,131 and £103,979, Sfor 1866. The total of .passengers in 1807 were 101,264 on the North line, arid 342,601 on the Port Jine, against 100,494 and 305,008 in 1866:-: The passenger receipts, 1867, were-— rPort Kne- £14,705, North line, £22,164 ; Against £12,,954 and £23,228 in the year befpre. The revenue front goods traffic in 1867 was; North line £76,122, Port Line, £3 2,449j against £53j7l2. and £18,380 of the year preceding. : ; -

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CIVIC RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

CIVIC RETRENCHMENT. Scho©l-boys, when they have cakes or apples to spare, occasionally indulge in a little wicked tantalising of their com panions who are minus those delicacies. The .torment takes something like this f orm : — 'Now then, here are cakes, and apples; those who don't ask don't want any, and those who ask shan't have any.' The position of the civic servants and the action of the more potent Councillors, remind one of the school-boy dilemma. Here are a number of Corporation officers who, rightly or . wrongly, consider them selves underpaid. What are they to do 1 If they don't ask, it is inferred that they don't want anything ; if they do ask, events prove mat they snant nave any thing. It is a pretty fix altogether. ~ Of course it is not to be expected, as an ordinary rule, that employers will raise the wages of their em ploye's if the latter make no appli cation for an advance. Silence means consent, . and consent means satis faction. But when the servant asks for an a...

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PRIMARY SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 'The Board have only a limited amount of funds placed at their disposal for the education, of destitute children; and if the numbers in crease beyond those already in attendance, there will be no funds to meet the extra de mands.' This is our starting point. We have, however, no fault to find with the Board on this score. If the Board have 'no funds for the education of destitute children,' how can they educate ? What is to be done ? Does the State mean education, or does it not? Let each one take this to his or her conscience and answer it. Why does the Government enter the domain of education ? Does it do bo to educate £b-* rich ? Absurd. It is well known that it pro poses to educate the poor, the destitute. Yet the Board of Education say they have no funds ?with which to carry out that object. The sub ject, therefore, is for the Government, the Par liament, the people, the press. So far. We mean by primary schools education of the lowest strata of the people. Now...

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