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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

NOARLUNGA. February 3. — Present— All. The Clerk re ported jetty dues received, £15 14s. lid. Mr. Budgen. to define line of road between Syke's and Miller's sections, and occupiers to receive notice to remove their fences to proper line, so as to leave road its full -width. Clerk to apply to Crown Lands Office for Mr. Clark's certificate of title to old road contiguous to Section 317. Purler & Haskell's tender for repairing Port Noarlunga Bridge, at £32, accepted ; one other tender. Letter from Mr. Wickham, asking Council to urge Central Road Board to hasten road through his land. To be acknowledged. Permission granted to Cobb & Co. to fence across ioad leading to freBft waterhole, leaving a large slip-paneL Agreements for exchange of roads at Hornsey Farm duly signed by owners and occupiers. To be. proceeded with imme diately. Public meeting to be called to con sider present distress in agricultural districts, and its best remedy. Timber licences granted to James Sp...

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NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

NAHINE. February 3.— Present— All but Councillor Gale. Commissioner of Crown Lands wrote, suggesting that; the Council should point out what waterholes in Salt Creek, Monarto, it would be desirable to reserve. Councillor Coupar undertook to see to it. Thos. Smith offered to remake ford and' footbridge at Meaford'sfor £30. To stand over. Clerk to advertise the resolu tion of the Council respecting the working out of arrears of rates. Surveyor reported on alter ition of r.iad at Janetzti's section, and; produced section plan of road at Nekon's. Both to stand over. Councfllor Horsell reported on the various works in progress in No. 4 and 5 Wards. Chairman reported that Geo. Radf ord would sell a small corner of Section 1815 for road for'fio, he to have 7s. per rod for removing fence. Agreed to, he to make a cutting as required at 2s. 6d. per cubic yard. Messrs. Kavanagh and O'Nejll to make additions to St. Ive's Ford for £6. Receipts, £270 18s. Id. ; payments, £1109s. 9J.

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MUNNO PARA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MTTNNO PARA WEST. February 3.— Present— The Chairman, Messrs. Hqwitt, Lindsay, and Mitchell. The Clerk to ascertain what amount is allowed by the Go vernment this year for payment of medical at tendance on the destitute poor in this district ; also, to see Mr. Rudall relative to payment of district constables,' and other matters. Pay mants, £183 receipts, £11 6s. 3d.

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THE BANK OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

THE BANK OF ADELAIDE. The annual general meeting of the share holders in the Bank of Adelaide was held at the Adelaide Assembly Booms on Wednesday, February 5. There was a good attendance of shareholders, and the Hon. H. Ayers, Chair-' man of the Directors, presided. The ChaIBMAN reported that the minutes of the last annual meeting, held on February 19th, 18S7, were signed by himself, as Chairman, and two shareholders, in accordance with the Deed of Settlement. The report and balance-sheet were taken as read. The report showed that a profit of £16,677 l-5s. 8d. had been made during the year. Out of this sum it was proposed to pay a dividend of 6s. per share, and to add the balance to, the Reserve Fund, making that fund £8,208 19s. 9d. 1'he Chairman moved that the report, balance-sheet, and Auditors' certificate be adopted and entered on the minutes. He stated that at the last annual meeting be re ferred to depression which then existed. Since then that particular depression had been...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The quarterly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held on Tuesday afternoon, February 4. Mr. Jas. Smith, Chairman of the Chamber, presided. Q'7AETBRLT STSOPSI8. The Chairman read the following synopsis of the Committee's proceedings during the past 'Licensing of Brokers. — Since last quarterly meeting your Committee, finding that there are no regulations in the Acts of thi Imperial Par liament to guide them, resolved to await the action of the Melbourne Parliament, on a Bill promised to be introduced by the Attorney General of Victoria on the subject. ' Storage of Kerosine in Adelaide.— 'Your Committee 'having procured a copy of the Bv luw-of the Municipal Corporation on this sub ject, thought that it whs not necessary to take any action regarding it. as the By -law, if en forced, appears to provide for all required pre cautions. 'Vacancies in the Committee.— 'Messrs. Bartleet and Goode having both resigned their seats on leaving the colony for Eugland, the C...

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THE BOTANIC GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

THE BOTANIC GARDEN. The annual report of Dr. Schomburgk, upon ' the Botanic Garden bas been published, and is worthy of perusal alike for the practical hints ?which it gives and for the interesting informa tion it affords. The report speaks first. of the experimental garden which has been laid out during the year, and which has already been productive of^ valuable results. The Doctor says: — 'Many medical plants, allopathic, and homoeopathic, which have been imported, I find thrive well in this colony without much care, 'the cultivation of which may. ultimately be productive .of profit.1' In an agricultural said pastoral country such as ours is, the ques - tion of grasses is -one of great importance, and we find that Dr. Schomburgk has given particular attention to this matter, although the result of his labors with reference to annual and -perennial grasses has not been Tery encouraging. He* saysi — 'From about 162 species, from all parts of the world which I have sowti, about 100 ...

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THE ADELAIDE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

THE ADELAIDE MARINE AND PEE INSURANCE COMPANY. The half-yearly meeting of the Adelaide Mar rine and Fire Insurance Company, was held at ibV Company's Offices on Monday afternoon, February 3. There was a pretty good attend ance of shareholders. Mr. Thomas Graves, Chairman of the- Directors, took the chair. The report and balance-sheet, which had been circu lated amongst the shareholders were taken as read. The balance-sheet showed that the gross profits on the half-year's business amounted to £23,447 28s. 4d. The report recommended that a dividend of la. per share should be paid ; that 14s. should be added to each share, as paid up, so as to increase the capital, and that £4,322 18s. 4d, should be added to the Reserve Fund, The Chairman moved the adoption of the report and balance-sheet, and he congratu lated the shareholders upon the results of the past half-year, and the prospects of the Com pany's greater success. He stated that the Agent, and Director in London, Mr. Walters, had ...

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KAPDNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

KA.PnMDA. February L — Present— Mr. Wm. Jeffs {Chair man^, Councillor.? Hsizel and Kelly. Chairman and Clerk to examiue and report to next meet ing upon roid through Section No. 1262. Five tenders for crossing ov?r Hawker's Greek, rang ing from £6 15s. to £20. J. Harris & Son's, for £12. accepted. Four for removal of stumps on Sstockpori-road, ranging from 2s. to 2s. 6d. per stump. P. Ward's, at 2s., accepted. Letter from Mr. Oldham relative to' plans, &c, of public cemetery. Keceiverl, resignation of ;Poundkeeper from Thomas Duell^ jun., of Bigot's Well; accepted Application to be Paundkeeper at Bagot*s Well from George Ball ; accepted. Clerk to employ a man ta repair crossing over Allen's Creek, and on Bagot's ;WeU-road, not to exceed £5. Mr. W. Kelly waited on Council and stated that he would -oppose the road through Section No. 1261, as it would go through his garden. Payments, £25 ; reaeipts, nil.

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HIGHERCOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

HIGHERCOMBE. January 27. — Present — All ,.the members. Repairs in Water Gully in progress, and new work commenced. Mr. B. Smith applied for repairs on road to Kangaroo Bottom ; estimated the cost at about £53 ; deferred until next meeting. Mr. Sheppherd to be written to re lative to fencing required, at the junction of district roaa with the cutting on main line.

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GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

GILBERT. February 3.— present — Chairman, Messrs. Milne. O'Halloran. and Kirsch. Letters received from Crown Lands Office, informing Council that for the year 18S8-9 rates only would be supplemented by Government, and not private subscriptions ; also, that the Commissioner could not accede to request of Council to allow advance of-grant-in-aid against rates 1868 to be deducted from that year's .grant. Clerk, to serve notice on all parties whose rates remain unpaid that unless the same be- paid within 21 days legal proceedings will be taken to recover same. Letter, received from Dr. O'Carrol, com plaining of the amount granted for medical at tendance on destitute poor of district, and that unless the same be increased he shoull be com pelled to resign. To be forwarded to Chief Secretary. J.; Hester waited on Council respecting land required for road through Section 706, and agreed to accept £5 per acre for same. Messrs. G. Ferrter and Polkinghorne waited on Council and requested subs...

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MUDLA WIRRA NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MTJDLA WIRRA NORTH. February 3. — Present . — Messrs. Barrow (Chairman), Forrest, Gettner, and Yard. Clerk ordered to write to Commissioner of Public Works, urging that a crossing be put in between Sections Nos. 528 and 536, No. 2 contract Rose worthy and Forresters Railway. Mr. J. Cave's tender accepted to assess the district at £7 10s.

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MORPHETT VALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MORPHETT VALE. February 3— Present— Mr. S. Myles (in the' chair), Messrs. King and Humphris Clarendon Council to be advised to remove -stumps on road leading from Dr. Manrau's to the cutting. The Central Road Board to be urged to get line sur veyed at once from Clarendon to Noarlunga Jettv via Ch&ndier'fi 'Rill Moicn TS omi V Cox appeared on behalf of roads leading to and fromtheirresidences. Tenders accepted--Foiming and metalling 7 chains near Chittleborough's Bridge (5)^ Alfred Talbot's, £39 8s. 2d. accepted. Watertabling, && between Messrs. Bain and Humphris (2) ; Francis Jolly, £24, accepted. Watercourse at Laurie's contract. Considered too high. Postponed. Tenders for watertabling at Potter's Corner , (2), Jas. Laurie's, 28s., accepted. Payments, £48 15s.

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MITCHA.M [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MITCHAM. February 3.— Present, all Memorial from ratepayers Unley Park to have Commercial : street.blinded_; fto be attended ;to as soon as the 1 fii-st rainfe -set in. Memorial from ratenayers in t-ullarton to -have the -spoon drain near Mr. Frew's gate replaced by a culvert; to beat tended tb when m funds. Tenders accepted :— Three chains of through cutting : near. Crafers,_ Bradley & Searle, £6 18s. per chain ; five chains of Bide-cutting near Crafersi J. : Spencer, £1 9s. 9d. per chain; fencing- about six chains of Blythwood-road, P. F. Laffer, 6s. per rod ; sppon drain (readvertisement), TTuIey-road, Williams & Hodge, £7 10b., lump sum. Payments, £171 Is. 4d.

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MACCLESFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MACCLESFIELD. February 3. — Present — Chairman, and Messrs. H. Marks, J. Horner, and M. P. Dermody. Mr. Uobinson applied for payment of Pound- ex- penses levied upon two head of cattle which had escaped from his paddock, as he considered the c.vttle were in the charge of Council ; not enter tained. Mr. Allen, Poundkeeper, requested to produce Pound-book first Monday every month foe inspection. Order presented by Councillor Marke. drawa by Mr. D. Woodgatu Jin favor of him ; Council could not pay_ this or any other orders. Mr. G. Voughton, teacher, to be re quested not to allow schoolroom for tie purpose of dancing, except by coa'-ent of ConnciL In spector to be requested to eradicate all thistles within the meaning of the Act on all Park and Crown Lands and reserves.

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LOCAL COURT—PORT AUGUSTA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. [Before Mr. S. King, S.M.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

LOCAL COURT— FORT AtJGTTSTA. Fbidat, Jakuabt 33L (Before Mr. S. King, S.M.] tUHTEO JDBIBDIOXION. MASTER ASD SBBVAHT.— EVASS V. FBOST.T Action to recover £L5 -due for wages. This case was gone into, but adjourned to the following morning for the evidence of a material witness on the defendant's side to prove the informant was discharged at Blanchewater. The informa liou was afterwards withdrawn, and the case settled out of Court. ? Warren v. Coxtee.— Adjourned from last Court day, was again adjourned on account of the jurisdiction.' , Mackat v. Brady. — Unsatisfied judgment. Struck out, ' neither party appearing. Waeeen v. CossipnJE.— Unsatisfied judg ment. Defendant did not appear; ordered to 'be imprisoned for two months, unless the debt and costs be paid. ' Covektet ' v. Geobgb.— Action for' store account, £9 17a 84. -and cost3. Adjourned from last Court day, apd the previous ones, as defendant only appeared once when the Court v as not sitting. Judgment was given for the amount c...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Before Messrs. J. B. Shepherds S.M., D. Bower, and Birks, J.P.'] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

~ LOCAI. COTJRT— KADINA. Wednesday, Febbdaey 5. [Before Messrs. ~f. B. Shepherdsm, S.M;, D. Bower, and Birks, J.P.'-.l Bath v. Hekitage. — Unsatisfied judgment, £S 4 -. Defendant -did not.app -ar. 'verdict for amount, to be pail ia equii instalments. BEA.DMOK f V. GHEggYAgDj^OlBER-^fanck — -— — — vat^TSBitSeT appesaaUg. I Mr. Saepherdson h°xe left -ie Court.] HiRKYV. Taylok. —For £7 13a. Mr. Bower sugs^ted that the Record-book be sent for. Produced and read. Mr. Taylor admitted he had the money out of Court. Jvlr. Bower to Harry— Ton gave Mr. Taylor £5 53.?— Yes. Did you get the bill before!— No; I claim £7 13s. I objected to pay £5 53. To Mr. Taylor — If you jget the ^sase you get it out of the Court No witness 'has been paid out of the case McCourd against Harry for false im prisonment heard last 'month. I did not re member when you first came. - It was about the 31st October last. You did not tell me £5 5s. 'was your charge for retaining fee. Y»u did not tell me if X had a solici...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. Tuesday, February 4. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

LAW COURTS. LOCAL OOtmT— GAWLER. TlJESDAT, ''FEBXJ&B.Y 4. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.1 Roedigerv.Sohiotske.— Defendant did not appear. OaBe heard ex pwrtc. Mr. Rndail ap pearing for plaint .ff. G. O. ttoedigeiyof Gawler, storekeeper, plaintiff, stated^- Defendant had; dealings with tue t he goods mentioned in the*: plaint were had in my store in Gawler. The i pwtculars of my acswriht- are correct Judg-| tneift for -nlaintiff for amont claimed. ! Shas ahah v. FLiKAGAH. — Claim for £6 8s. lid-, balance of account for goods sold and deUverel.worktlonejUndam'junt of prouiissory nute. Defendant disputed some of the items, and claimed a set-off of goals sold and de livered. By defendant's acconnt a balance -was due to him of £4 17s . Mr Lewi* appeared for plamtiff, and Mr. udall f«r defendant. Four ?witnesses were examined a* to the various items of the accounts .Judgment was given for plaintiff for £27*. 6d. .--??.?_-. McKWEN V. RowLAXD.— Mr. Turner for plaintiff, Mr. Hudall f...

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CAPTAIN CADELL'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

CAPTAIN CADELL'S EXPEDITION. FFrom the Queensland Guardian, Jan. 16.1 We have been favored by Captain Cadell with the following account of his expedition, and its results, which are certainly of a very important character, as tending to develop the progress of the settlement: — Af^er leaving Moreton Bay he had a pleasant and successful passage to the coast of Arnheim's Land, which he reached on May 2, lobi. On making the land he made a running survey of the coast as far as the Liverpool River. On this portion of his route he made no new discoveries of impor tance, and found the description given by former explorers to be very correc ,. He reached the Liverpool Biver on May 5, and landed his horses, and left them there to recruit while he examined the north-west coast of Arnheim's Land, in the direction of the old settlement, Port Essington. Onthiscoast-linehefoundariyer which had not been previously described, with a bar at the entrance. He ascended the river for fifteen miles, and ...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes. S.M] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

POLICE COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. Saturday, Februaey L FBefora Mr. G. W. Hawkes. S.M.1 IiABOBirr.-^-Jbfin. Campbell was charged by Henry White with stealing one blanket his pro perty, on «he 30th January. Henrv White et^teS that piisonerwas a lodger. I missed a blanket on the evening in question. : Never gave.authority to prisoner to take any article from the house. Could not identify the WUhket. No one except the prisoner went up stairs on the evening in question unless the servant. Would swear he he*id the prisoner go up stairs about 10 o'clock, and heard him return a few minutes afterwards. The blanket was missed from upstairs. ' By the Prisoner —Would not swear that. I saw him take the blanket. Dorcas White stated The blanket was in the room where prisoner slept, and knew it by the sewing in the cor ner of it. TOiza Connor, servant at White's, slated that she saw the prisoner upstairs at about 10 o'clock on the night in question. On his goiug downstairs, perceived he had a parcel lik...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and R.J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Satubba]Tj.Fbbecaby I. v ;. v= [Before Messrs. ^. Be'dabme, ' P.M.,' arid R/J. Turner. S.M.1 ?EBEET.—^Fohn Gassidy,- a little .boy, ; was charged with 6'ealing 61bs. of brass, the pro perty of Theodor Polaok, tm*uutli, &c, at Gawler-place, on the previous night. The little delinquent was ordered to be sent down to the Industrial School for 12 months. Tuesday, Febbuabt 4. {Before Messrs. S. Beddbme, P.M., and J. Jacobs, J.P.] Fobgebt. — Wm, Chester, on a charge of forgery, was further remanded for a week. Assaults. —Tiumas and Mary Sectarian were charged with, assaulting and beating Mary Burke. . . Mr. Boucaut for the complainant. A cross-information having been heard, the com plainant was ordered to pay. '2s. 6d., and the female defendant 10s. — Mary .Ann Themden was charged with beating Afargaret, infant daughter of Michael Egan. Fined 5s— Mary Denatnwas charged with assaulting Eliza Cor bett. TAx. Foster lor tho prosecutrix. Fined 5s. and Court fees...

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