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ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. I Of' ^ Sellr*. *- l \ ? % Sham Up- sale8- Baiks. 1 £ s. £ s. £ s. Bank of Adelaide r i0,00(! 4 0 4 18 4 Wi National A. R... 5 13500 4 0 6 0 5 18' Do., M.R. ... - — -60 518 Insurance. Adelaide Life ... 5 20,00i: 0 10 0 10 0 10 Adelaide Marine 10 J5.5W' 2 0 2 5 2 3 Equitable Fire... 5 4,00f- 10 15 15 National Marine 20 '2,500 0 10 0 13 0 12 S. A. Insur. O.I. 1 27.00!' 1 '» ! 10 18 Ditto, N.I. ... 123,000 0 8£ 0 10J 0 10£ Mining. Burra Burra ... r- 2,4-v 5 0 i5 0 — Challa ? 2 5,00* 0 6 0 5 — Daly & Stanley 2 4,800 0 10 0 16 0 12J Euko ? o 4,80-; 0 13 0 10 0 10 Knmntoo (New) 6 5,(XK- 10 10 10 Carkarilla ... - 4,00- 2 0 10 — Matta ... ... 5 8,00( 5 0 4 0 — Moonta ? - 3,201 — 131 0 130 Murninnie ... 5 6,00ti 6 0 10 - National G.-M.C. 2 5,000 15 10 12$ Sew Cornwall ... 5 12,500 2 8 — — North Yelta ... 5 5,400 0 24 1 10 — Paramatta ... 2 5,000 0 5' 2 10 2 5 Poona ? - 5,0CH 0 9 0 10 0 10 P. Alfred G. Co. 1 4,200 0 6 15 15 Spring Creek ' ... ?. 5,000 1 0 0 10 — T...

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MOONTA. February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MO0NTA. February 7. The Moonta line, which hitherto stopped short at the mines, has been this day formally opened direct to the town ship. ; It is stated that Mr. R,. l,Stow will not offer himself as a candidate for the repre sentation of Bast Torrens or any other dis trict at the appWiachiBg general electidnB.

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

THE PANAMA MAIL. The Cobrong brings the Panama mail, which arrived in Melbourne on the even ing of the 3rd inst. per City of Adelaide steamer: — ' (From ihe^Panama Star and Herald.} LonS»^^.0th December, 1867, The Thme8,:iiL an editorial on the cer respondence with the United States Go vernment in regard to the controversy about the Alabama claims, says :— **Lord Stanley is right in refusing to' permit the foreign policy of Engla id to be reviewed by any foreign Power whatever. On all other points England will gladly meet the United States half-way, as she is thoroughly tired of the discussion.*' The Timesr in commenting on the message of. President Johnson says:— *.* The message shows that Mr. Johnson has learned nothing. He transcends himself in imprudence. He regards his office as absolute Sovereigns do their pre rogatives. He has. forfeited all respect. It is hard to say where the hope of the people lies between Andrew Johnson on the «ne side and Thaddeus Stephens on the other.'...

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STRATHALBYN. February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

STRATHALBm [From our Special Reporter.] February 7. Captain Rankine entertained at dinner the Strathalbyn and Goolwa troops oi cavalry at the Masonic HalL There was a large attendance, and . amongst those present were Colonel Biggs, Lieutenant Colonel Mathews, Major Clark, Lieu tenant Turner, of the. 50th, and Adjutant Creagh. A ball, which was well attended, followed, and passed off most success fully.

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YANKALILLA. February 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

YANE'ALILLA. February 7. The jetty has been formally opened to day. Large concourse of people, and many: visitors. The Port Willunga jetty was opened yesterday. '

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AUSTRIA. Vienna, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

AUSTRIA. - Vienna, December 10. Baron Von Beust, in recent despatches, urges the meeting of the European Con ference without; a programme, so that each Power may be free to act.

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FRANCE. Paris, December 10, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

FRANCE. Paris, December.10, 1867. In the Corps Legislatif , on the 2nd instant, M. Jules Fa vre delivered a bril liant speech against the. policy of the Government on the Roman question. He attacked French intervention in the affairs of Italy, and denounced the send ing of the military and naval expedition to Koine as a violation of justice and as injurious to the interests of France. The' debate was then continued by Others, and at its conclusion a motion byM. Favre for the interpellation of the Government in regard to Italian affairs was rejected. In. the course of this discussion M. Thiers made a long speech in defence of the policy of the Government in preserv ing the temporal power of the Pope, and characterised Garibaldi as . the ' falcon' with which Italy hunted. M. Rouher has stated that without the aid of France Italy could not have saved Rome from revolution, M. Moustier says that the meeting of the Powers of Europe at the General Conference to which France has invited the...

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ITALY. Florence, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

ITALY. Florence, December 10. The speech of the French Minister of State, M. Rouher, in the Legislatif Corps at Paris, on the 5th instant, in which he said, among other things, that Italy would not be allowed to take forcible possession of Rome, gave rise to a very angry discussion in our Chamber of Deputies on the 7th instant. Prime Minister Menabrea informed the House that he had asked the French Govern ment for explanations of the speech, and that he was daily expecting to. receive a reply. ; He added that Italy could only gain possession of Rome with the concurrent consent of France and the other European Powers^ that it would be impossible to achieve , that object by force. At the end .of the debate a vote was taken, and ifhe_ Government was sustained by a majority of the members. The Government has granted a universal amnesty to the followers of Garibaldi, but still holds him a prisoner at Ca prera. Many arrests for political offences have recently been madej, by order of the ...

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VICTORIA. February 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

VICTORIA. [From our Melbourne Correspondent.! 'February 4, 1868. The second batch of elections will be de cided on Friday, but the place3 contested are all at a considerable distance from Melbourne, and there is consequently but little excitement over them in the city. Five Ministerialists in this batch have already been allowed a walkover, and these include two of the Ministers, namely — Mr. Grant, Commissioner of Lands, and Mra Sullivan, Commissioner of Roads and Rail ways. There are 12 more -seats in (he same batch, all of which are being contested. Of these eight were filled by Ministerialists, one by a nonedescript, and three by Oppositionists. The probability is that, about the same pro portion, as to parties, will be again returned. The inconvenience, and in some cases the pri vations, which the unfortunate Givil Servants are compulsorily enduring all this time for the sake of Sir Charles Darling and his Ki.ight Errant, Mr. Higinbotham, ha3 led to a little further talk about ...

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COMMERCIAL. London, Dec. 2 (By Mail). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

COMMERCIAL. . London, Dec. 2 (By Mail). A decided advance has been established in New Zealand and Australian securi ties. The prices on November 29 were — New South Wales Government, 5 per cent, 1871 to 1876, January and July, 98 to 100 ; do. 5 per cent, 1888 to 1895, January and July, 96| to 97^; do., 5 percent, reduced by annual draws from 1867 to 1875, 100, to 101 ; South Australian Go vernment, 6 per cent., 1878 and upwards, 107 to 109 ; Victorian Government, 6 per cent., 1891, January and July, 112 to 113 ; do., April and October, 110 to 112. P.N.Z. & A.R.M. Co.'s (10), 6 ; (5), 3. At a special meeting of the Australian Trust Company, held on November 28, a resolution was passed to the effect that it is not expedient to continue the business of the undertaking. December 10, Noon. Breadstuffs are dull with a declining tendency. Provisions are exceedingly heavy. December 15, evening. Consols for money, 92§. New York. December 16. Gold, 134&. Business in all its de...

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UNITED STATES. New York, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

UNITED STATES. New York, December 16. The Radicals have met in caucus, in Washington, and adopted a resolution that 'they will take no step backward/' A negro delegation from the Southern States' recently called., upon Thaddeus Stevens. He received them very kindly, and said he would do all he could to pro tect their interests, and he hoped ere long that all their rights would be placed on so firm a foundation that they never could be deprived of them again. He also said the day for impeaching the President had passed, but that if it had been done a year ago the country would have, been the gainer, by it. The delegation then called upon General Butler, who told them, that they must take no step backward, but stand firm and fight for their rights if heed be. General Butter now aspires to be the leader of the negro party in this country, and proposes to make a tour through the States shortly to ascertain the wishes and desires of the negroes in these States. Hannicutt, the incendiary ...

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

GREECE. According to the. latest intelligence an interview had lately taken place at Vienna between King George of Greece and Em peror Francis Joseph of Austria, the latter having specially telegraphed to St. Petersburg to that effect. King George and Queen Olga were received with great honors at the Austrian capital, and the Austrian Grand Cordon of the Crown was conferred by the Emperor upon Prince Ypsilanti, the 'Grecian Ambassador at Vienna and Berlin. The Prince subse quently escorted the King and Queen of Greece to Venice, where an interview took place with the King of Italy, who came there to meet them. King George expressed with much feeling his thanks to Victor Emmanuel for the sympathy of the Italian people in behalf of the Cretans, and for generously placing Italian menof war at the disposal -of Cretan families in their exodus to Greece proper. Prussian, Russian, and French frigates have also lately been in Cretan waters for the same purpose. Much admiration has been expr...

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. The Gazette contains the details of imports and exports for the quarter end ing December 31, 1867 ; but as the whole of the totals had been courteously sup plied to us by the Custom-House autho rities in time for our last Summary, the details are now scarcely worth reprinting. We shall, on some early occasion, again review the import and export trade of 1867, as compared with other years, and lay the result before our readers.

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ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS. The District Councils have performed not only a graceful but also a wise, and prudent act in re-electing their former representatives at the Central Road Board. Of course the members of this Board do not always give satisfaction, and it js impossible that any set of men, under the circumstances, could do so. In the first place, large as is the amount placed at the disposal of the Board, it is not half enough for the various works re quired by the country, so that the Board, through sheer want of funds, are com pelled to say ' no' to numberless appli cations made to them. Of course people who are refused are not generally satisfied with the refusal, and they very often fail to appreciate the grounds and reasons of such re fusal. Then, again, as regards works that are determined upon, the par ties immediately interested therein are frequently at direct variance as to details, and; the Board have to decide between conflicting appeals arid arguments. The erection o...

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MEAT IN THE OLD COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

MEAT IN THE OLD COUNTRY. It is curious to note the discussions in the leading journals of London on the great food question, and to remember how, in a similar strain, we have com plained of the same grievances as those that afflict our countrymen in England. They suffer from two evils— the naturally high price of food, and the manner in which its cost is increased by- the exorbi tant charges and profits of tradesmen. The first evil can only be cured by the importation of food from abroad ; the second must and can be remedied by proper action on the part of the con sumers themselves.. It seems but the other day that the Adelaide public were crying put against the enormous price of meat, and asking how it, was that, With a boundless extent of pasture, with a whole continent upon which to breed and fatten bur cattle, we could not- get mutton under an average of 7d., or beef at less than from 8d. to ipd. per lb. A twelvemonth ago the high price of fat stock showed that 'butchering was n...

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ARITHMETICAL QUERIES, PUZZLES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

ARITHMETICAL QUERIES, PUZZLES, &c. We last week published three further arith metical queries, to two of which we have re ceived numerous answers, but the remaining one has only elicited a solitary response, and that in depreciation of the question By way of quitting objections we -will give the last meationed first : — By Mr. Thomas Phillips, 'Burra Mine : — ' ' Sir — You would much'oblige me by allowing a small space in your columns to put a question before our colonial m thematicians, not con sidering it to be a puzzle, nor calcu'ftting but what were are some who will be able to answer it. The question is this — Supposing & regular pyramid hiving a polygon base o€ 47 equal sties, the length of each side at the base being 9 feet 6 inches, and the height of the pyramid being 150 feet. What ii its solid contents iu regular conical feet, with circular ends, the cones being one foot in diameter at the base, and the top diame ters from & of a foot to i of a foot...

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FOR NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

Foe Next Week. By W. F. C— Multiply £19 19s. llf i by £19 19B.ll|d. Two brothers went to market with £100 each. The first bought horses at £5, sheep at £1, fowls at Is. ; the second bullocks at £5, pigs 5s. , ducks Is. Ou their return they found that each had 100 head for their money. BY COBITO. A horse was surrounded by a garden wall, 16 feet from tbe base of the house, -tbe wall 6 feet high, and a ladder 30 feet long rested ou the wall, and touched the ground and the top of the house, what is the height of the house t WHAT IS A BILLION? This question seeming to have rather be wildered our contemporary, perhaps some of the readers of 'Puzzles and Queries' will throw a little light upon the mystery. A STEAJTGB PIECE OF HECHANISSC BY CEMEHTED BRICK. I have a large box, two lids, two established measures, a great many articles used by car penters. I have always about me a couple of Rood fish, and a great number of a smaller tribe two lofty trees, fine flowers, the produce of an indige...

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LANDS SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

LANDS SOLD BY PRIVATE CON TRACT. Return of lands (Country Sections) sold by private contract during- month of January. 1868:— County Burra— Hundred Kooringa. Sec Acres. Price. Sec Acres, Price. 300 159 159 0 307 131 131 0 304 125 125 0 308 245 245 © 305 9 9 0 309 142 142 0 306 144 . 144 0 County Daly — Hundred Kadina. 14 101 101 0 I County Eyre— Hundred Dutton. 290 142 142 0 293 115 115 0 291 123 123 0 316 96 ' 96 0 292 108 108 0 County Flinders— Hundred Louth. 357 101 ,101 0 I County Gawler — Hundred Dublin. 63 88 88 0 I County light— Hundred Light. 589* 98 93 5 I * County Stanley— Hundred Goyder. 72 85 85 0 346 155 155 0 73 84- 84 O 317 86 86 0 74 SO SO 0 348 180 180 0 75 66 66 0 349 1&5 135 0 203 120 120 0 350 130 130 0 206 94 94 0 County Stanley — Hundred Stanley. 392 101 101 0 I 400 64 64 0 393 62 62 0 I . * Deposit forfeited.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS From Messrs. Greville & Co. (Renter's Agents), to S. A. Advertiser. VICTORIA. Melbourne, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

?PITT ^PiT* X): A t- IXT t~* M' IT \HT Q - Item Messrs. GreiiHe & Go. {Renter's Agents), Melbourne, Febrt&ry 1. Mr. Latham, the American Obnsul, gave an interesting lecture on the Ameri can war. .'?-.' '?'????'?_-?? ?? ???-.' :~7 \ ^RejK-rta of treadBtufife during the week show Adelaide wheat firm. Hour is ;£181-te: net -sash. AU old wheat that ; ias arrived has been immediately bought. : The quotations are 6s. 7d. to 6a. lOd. . Melbourne,, February 3. A son of Clark, who 1b now committed for trial on a charge of shooting.' with intent to kill, at the Protestant Hall, has - been remanded to-day on a Bimilar charge. At auction to-day 600 bags of dressed Java rice were sold, at 'from £29 to £3010s. .-???? Melbourne, February 4. - The Banks have agreed to cash the Treasury certificates for jcivil servants at the rate of 9 per cent. . * . ; . For the Ijauncestqa Champion = Cup Tim is backed at 60 to 40 ; Fireworks, 601© 20 is offered. / The Holmesdale sailed to-day for L...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 8 February 1868

NEW SOUTH WALES. - . . Sydney, February 1. . The Armidale mail has been robbed by two men, wko took the mail bags. The relics of a wreck have been discovered at Moreton Bay. They are supposed to be that of the American ship Jack Frost, wMen left the Bluff five years ago. An influential meeting is to be held on Tuesday next for the promotion of the export of meat on Morriss's freezing process. Sydney, February 3. ' The torchlight procession is fixed for the 17th. ThescaOT-n6rSaIaraan2eT;frtiMOter^Bce Biver to Brisbane, with a cargo of maize, lias been wrecked. The crew was saved. It is believed that she was uninsured. Sydney, February -.£. In the forenoon the children of the Protestant 'schools presented the Duke with a Bible and casket in the Xjpvern ment Domain, and sang the National Anthem. Thousands were, present. The Galatea -nill go on the dock on Thursday. The weather is beautifuL A gang of bushrangers nas been formed in the Lachlan District. Goldfields have been discovered on...

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