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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
UytP0UNDlft8 IfOTlCES. [From the Government Gazette* January1 00.1 GAWLER TOWN, John Shirer, Pound' keeper — One brown mare, aged, off hi ad foot ?ifrMte, branded FLnear shoulder, marks under the brands, but net legible. If not claimed, will be sola FeVrttary 17, 1868, at ^oon, by a Magistrate's order'. GLEN OSMOND, Johii Mtfxweil, Pound keeper — One yellow sided dow^ bfcck arid belly white, strawberrv head and neck, brantied like P under diamond conjoined off shoulder,- like .A. over V conjoined off ribs, wide horns. If fitft claimed, will be s6ld February 24, 1868, at noon, HINDMARSH, William Brooker, Pound keep-er— One black and white bull, blotch of tar near rtfmp, no otner brand risible. It not claimed, wul be Sold' Fefcruaty 3, 1868, at noon, by order of a Ju-tice of fhe Peace. KOOalNGA (Hundred of), Section 3040 (Redruih nearest Posfc-OiKce), D. Macnan1ar% Poundkeeper— One flea-bitten grey horse, like MO with x or QC conjoined under near shoulder, shod ; one bay pony, a piece...
YATALA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
YATALA. January' 2?.— Present — Councillors Turner (Chairman), Reid?, R*an, Walsh, and Swan. Correspondence considered r-^-From Mr. James Pitcher, in reference to late t(»S«ting of rate payers and collection of the rates | to be ^ac knowledged. From Destitute Board, stating that Mr. deal's tender for supply of rauicttte had been accepted. From Miss or Mrs. Bailey, Adelaide, requesting use of the Council Cham ber &s,a sehoolroom ; to reply that Miss Johns, a resident 67. ££e district, keeps school in the Chamber. Hours' for Stubble burning to be from 2 to 6 p.m. Ordered* tor collect the rate as soon as possible that the nec'ess&y rOad re pairs may be effected before the wet, shd em ployment afforded during the dull season* Ordered that tenders be invited for supply and carriage of about 1,300 yards of stone, not broken, on. Goker's-road and road from Little Para to SaJisimiy JSailway Station ; notices to state that tendefs for. about 5tt yards each will bo preferred, ...
SOLAR AND LUNAR CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1868. (Compiled specially for this Paper.) PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
SOLAE AND LUNJlB ciiiENDAR FOE ? FEBRTJAEYU 1J868^ ^L '?? r (Compiled speciaUy for ihifi Paper.) ; Phases of the' Moon. '. ,..* ?: First -$uarter ; ' ' ' ... 2nd day, 3k 30m. ia.rn- - Full Moon ... ; ... ;Sthday,-'-6h.49m.p.nv Last Quarter... ... 15fch iday, , 6h.. 31m. p.m. New Moon ... ... 23rd day, lih;L 34m. p.m. __ Sim;, Sun .Moon -Moon ,.-^r~i- J^ses. vsetsl rises. sets, ; ' A.M. '''? 3?.m/'S i;'k.Ttt.;' ?' P.M. 1 5.24 -: 7.4 11.52 1L23 2 5.25 7.3 ?:, p.m.0.54. a.m. 3 5.26' 7.2 1157 0:4 4 5.27 7il 3.2 0.50 ^ 5 5.28 7.0 4.5 1.42. 6 5.29 6.59 5.7 2.41 7 5.30 6;58 8.3 3.46 . 8 S.^1 6.57 ; 6.54,; t ASA, 9 5.32 6-56 : 7.39 6.5 10 5.33 6:55 &20 ; 7.14 11 5.34 6.54- 9.0 8.=23,- 12 .5.35 6.53 9.37 , U.27 13 5.36 6.52 10.13 10.29 14 5.37 ! €.51 10.51 1L30 15 , 5.38 ? 6.50. 1L29 «p.m.0.28 16 5.39 6.49 ' a-m, L2S- 17 5.40 6.48 0.9 : 2.16 18- 5.4! 6.47 . :0.§3:-v 3.8 19 5.42 6.46 1.39 3.55 20 5.43 &45 2.28 4140 21 5.44 6.44 3.21 1-5.20 22 5.45 6.43 4.13, 5.59 23 5.46 , 6.4...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ai I»EjfNB.-^It is a' matter entirely within the discretion of persons writing letters to the press whether they will sign with their proper names or not. Every one must deceide for himself. ... John MAsems.-T-'We have ali«ady devoted as much^pace to the subject as we can afford. S. -C THOMPSON.--We are sorry -to be obliged to decline your puzzle; but to protect our readers against being hoaxed it is really necessary that every query ^ or. enigma should be accompanied by its .proper answer or solution ; ' and in arithmetical puzzles the answer (of the sender) shoufd be 'worked out. A3ET . Eye ; 'Weehebs.— Thie matters being entirely personal, you must put your name to .-the letter.' .......' :; _'I=': '.''?'?.?''?' '' : :'u~:, , ?' Simpleton.'— J-^we us the process,, and show ushow ypu.make it come to 36. ^ A Sufferer^ 'writes to'ias-'to coniplam that the Central Road ! Board had taken up a crossing, which the Port Land Company put down' 'to^JCOnnect lapson-^treet...
MYPONGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
MTPONGA. January 18.— Present— Mr. E. E. Hewett (Chairman}, and Messrs. Robt. Rowley and Henry Oldfield. Received, circular and copy of \ memorial from Government relative' to road near jetty. Clerk to write Government to know I if they are willing to hand over to the Council the money allowed for medical attendance on the destitute. Mr. John Heathcote, jun., at tended on behalf of his father respecting ex change of roads, &c. Council declined to take any steps with the information . before them. Mr. Samuel Inglis and Mr. Win. Wood, ! arbitrators in Mr. C. T. Hewett's claim, agreed to call in a third party, as there was a difference of £7 between them.
ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
ONKAPARINGA. January 24. — -Present — AIL Received, let ters from Central Road Board and Destitute Board. Clerk to call meeting for matters by advertising in weekly papers. Five tenders opened for Contract No. 1 ; that of Messrs. Strempel & David accepted, the additions pro posed by them to be carried out. Five tenders for Contract No. 2 ; that of Messrs. Hector and Anderson accepted. Clerk to write to Messrs. Johnston, Perkins, and Newman, asking' them to assist the Council in determining boundaries of wards previous lo meeting for rearranging of wards. '
PARA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
PARA WIRRA. January 25. — Present — Mr. Wm. Scott (Chairman), Councillors Levett and Tippefct. Mr. Williams reported progress of contract on road near Inglewodd, and complained of ob struction of Mr. Collets fence. The : Clerk in structed to write again to Board upon the matter. Clerk to write to Mr. Bews, asking what price he required for sale of road through his land near Breakneck HilL Chairman to put on a man at roadwork and thistle cutting where requisite. Clerk to get thistles destroyed near Kelly's Gully, on waste lands of dis trict. Also, to write to Talunga Council requesting destruction of thistles on the eastern slopes of Mount Gould, and to obtain printed fornis of thistle notices. Chairman reported re ceipt of circulars from the Diseases on Wheat Commission, and his transmission of them to various parts of the district. Government cir cular relative to revenue and expenditure of past year duly signed by .the Chairman arid for warded. Glerk to write for Bank-book. Cash r...
GLANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
GLANVILLE. January 2Y. —Present —The Chairman, MesBrs Stewart and Deslan'des. A circular received from Crown Lands Office respecting the limit of the grant-in-aid to District Councils' f-jf year 1868-9. Resolved, that the Clerk write to the retiring Councillors respecting the District Councils Acts and other belonging to the dis trict. The Chairman was authorised to send notice to the Chairman of the District Council Association certifying that the Council are not in favor of subscribing to that Association, Resolved, that the Clerk prepare, the balance sheet lip. to 31st December, 1867, and request the1 -Auditors' to audit the same. Receipts, £3 7s. ? payment, £8 Ts. iflSi
HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
HINDMARSH. . January 27. — Present — All except Mr. Shear ing. Messrs. Hocking's tender for hard metal was accepted at 5s. ll|d. per yard, to be de livered in Findon-road. Estimates as to cost of the drinking fountains received, approved of, and order made for their bei£g pat up immediately. Letter read respecting file Tenterden-road ; to be acknowledged, Mr. Bettridge and the Clerk to inspect the enrolled plan of Brompton, and report to the next meeting.
KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
KAPITNDA. January 11.— Present— Mr. William Jeffs (Chairman), Messrs. Hazel and Windebank. Minutes of last meeting confirmed. Mr. Robins waited on the Council and offered £6 towards opening the road through Section No. l5dL Resolved, that Prior & Sampson's claim stand in abeyance. Clerk to call for tenders for making crossing over Hawkin's Creek. Clerk renorted Mr. OlrJham nrnoresainsr with niftri at cemetery. Sounder's account for £1 for des troying Scotch thistles passed for payment. King's tender, £3, accepted for repairing road at Rowett's Reserve. Clerk to prepare specifica tions for crossing near Railway Station ; to call for tenders for removing stumps on the Stock port-road; to caution people against leaving dangerous logs in Allan's Creek ; to write to J. Brodie to sign conveyance of land at Ross Creek. Payments, £1 ; receipts. niL
STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
STRATHALBYN. January 24. — Present — All except Mr. Thomas. The Council sat as Commissioners of Roads, and an order was signed for the sale of a road, at Commonella. Clerk to write Messrs. Tucker and Coad in reference to sale of two strips of land required for traffic way on the Sandergrove-road. - Tenders to be called for roadmakiug near Mr. C . W. Colman's ; also, on Gilles's Flat-road ; also at Glenbarr Hill, and culvert, &c., near Mr. - Tucker's. Immediate action to be taken against persons who persist in depasturing sheep on surveyed unsold lands without licence from Council. Clerk to sum mon for all unpaid rates after the 31st. Thistle accounts also to be sued for unless paid. Clerk to reinspect Mr. Reynolds's property, and should the thistles be still standing there, to get them cut up and charge for it. Mr. Rogers'^ offer of £4 per acre (and paying all expenses) for au unused road through Section 1867 ac cepted. Receipts, £22 6& ; disbursements, £82 lls.
TEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
TEATREE GULLY. January 27.— Present — Messrs. Whitmore (acting Chairman), Councillors Daw, Harris, and Dr. Bosch. Mr. Haines's tender for £32 15s. accepted for work at Theakston's Gully. Tree sold to Mr. Henkerson for 5s. Mr. Angus McKinnon applied for repairs near Mr. Whit more's ; Councillors Whitmore and Harris to inspect and report. Councillor Daw to inspect road near Mr. John Coulter's and report.. Two men to be placed on the roads at 5s. per day. Accounts paid, £13 7s. 6d.
UPPER WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
UPPER WAKEFIELD. January 28. — Present — Chairman, Messrs. Ward and Smith. Messrs. King and Ward reported as to the work done at Contract No. 100, that the contract had not been completed according to specification ; payment to be withheld until the work is completed according to specification. Payments, £14. Mr. Sands applied for payment for Contract No. 104 ; resolved to inspect the work before payment ; Clerk to write to Messrs. Thomas and Heaslip to meet at Mr. Ward's to inspect same. Ware applied 0a fcehalf of Mr. Davies for £2, half expense of rSefel&ig i» front of his premises in Watervale ; to be paid*
NEW ZEALAND. [Via Sydney.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
NEW ZEALAND. [Via Sydney.] News from Auckland to the 9th state that in a hurricane off Rarotonga the master and mate of the schooner Clyde were drowned, and it was reported that two of the crew of the Blue Bell were murdered by the natives. *?'? Mr. Fleming, Hindley-street, has shown us a sample of last season's seed wheat, pickled hy him according to particular process which he is desirous of bringing under the notice of farmers. ?? The sainple consists of grains, apparently dyed black, perfectly dry, and sealed, up in a bottle. The preparation con sisted of six ingredients, four of which are indigenous to this colony, and tw» imported. Mr. Fleming prefers, however, using three of the ingredients as a steep ' for the seed, and the other tfcree to be sown broadcast shortly after the crop springs up. He believes the use of the preparation would effectually destroy the rust, and he says that in England rust is never known where this remedy is applied. We believe communications have be...
MR. BRIGHT, M.P., AND THE "BUNYIP." POLICE COURT—GAWLER. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
MR. BSIGHT, M.P., AM) THE 'BUNYIP.' POMGE COUETr-HGAWLEE. . Thursday, January 30. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.1 - There were also upon the Bench— Messrs. ^. Mitchell, T. Glenn, W. Dnffield, M.P., James Martin, M.P., and Dr. Lewis. LIBEL. William, Barnet was charged, 'that on the ' 25th day of January, he did, at Gawler, unlaw fully, wickedly,; and maliciously write, print, and .publish, and cause to be written, printed, and published, a false, scanda lous, malicious and defamatory libel of and concerning Henry Edward Bright, the elder, according to the tenor and effect fol lowing, that is to say :— 'The Abuse of Public Benevolence. — W^entheGovemment advertised that, for the purpose of providing employment for farmers who with their teams were disposed to earn a little ready money, firewood would be received at the various stations on the Northern Railway, we anticipated, and no doubt 'others did also, that the liberal feeling in the mind ' of the general public to which -the .Gdv...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868
— . ♦ ? NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, January 25. The barque Crishna was stranded at Twofold Bay, but has been raised, and is little damaged. Three armed bushrangers have been committed for robbery on. the highway near Mudgee. The City Council has refused to let the Ball Committee use their pavilion, re garding them as oppositionists. The Theatre will be taken instead. The theatrical performances have been good. The Duke, the Governor, and the Cjuhtess will be present at Co'ppin's tonight La the Sydney races the Hurdles were won by Mountain Maid ; TattersalTs Club Stakes by Italian, Sir John being second ; the Tattersall Cup by Bulgimbar, with North Australian second ; the Sell ing Stakes by Casina ; the Duke of Edin burgh Stakes by Bulgimbar, and Hamble ton Hill second ; the New Tear's Gift by Rainsworth, with Albany second. The Duke of Edinburgh, the Governor, and 15,000 persons were present. Sydney, January 27. The anniversary holiday, the Regatta, and other sports are going on. The w...