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A NEW FORM OF TERRORISM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

A NEW ¥0RM OF TERRORISM. 'A Iiady of a Certain Age' complains in the Pall Matt Gazette that she has been 'rattened.' She writes— 'Staying lately at a fashionable watering-place, I went to have my hair cut at the shop of a distin guished hairdresser, whom I will call A. I may add that, though of a certain age, nature has been sufficiently bountiful in respect-of a chemlure forme to enter these places hitherto without trepidation. 1 seated myself complacently before a huge mirror, in front of which was a marble slab whereon stood three large glass-stop pered bottles containing a dear red liquid labelled * Specific No. 1;'. ditto clear mauve, 'Specific No. 2? ditto ..white, 'Specific No. 3.' A tall- stalwart mous tached young man, of a haughty yet sor rowful aspect, as of one borne down with the frisettes and frivolities of women, en tered the room, and proceeded to comb out my hair, from time to time transfer ring the comb from my hair to his own, a practice to which I entertain a str...

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THE GREAT PACIFIC RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE GREAT PACIFIC RAILROAD. [From the San Francisco Herald.] This great work, when completed, will contain within itself many of the life giving elements of such rivers as the Mississippi and the Amazon. It will be equal to a^dozen Erie canals. It will be like a majestic line of coast filled with accessible and safe harbors and abound in? with commercial resources. It will be the great artery of trade and travel binding the Atlantic to the Pacific ; almost annihilating time and distance ; introducing the people of all civilised countries to those of the uncivilised ; disseminating . intelligence by means of ready intercourse attainable in no other manner ; creating wants which must be supplied, and opening up exhaustless re sources which could never have been pro fitably worked without its facilities; strengthening ournational power by bring ing the extremes of the Union into close connection, and it will also prove the most powerful lever for the overthrow of paganism and ignorance...

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CRIME IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

CRIME IN AMERICA. A young woman named Dergan, a native of Cfoogh, County of Sligo, was recently executed in New Jersey for the murder of her mistress, Mrs. Coriell, wife of a medical man, in whose service she was. The motive of the murder apparently was sj get rid of- the mistress in order to marry the master. The cold-blooded manner ia which the deed was done was thus de scribed by Dergan : — ' On the 25th Fe. bruary I heard Di\ 'Coriell say he tcm going away, to be absent late at night, or he might not return until next day. t went over in ihe. evening, about & or &. to Mr. William Vail's, and. told the girls that Dr. Coriell would not be home tnat night. When I returned Mrs. Gofiell went to her bedroom and undressed, slipped on her wrapper, and came out in. the sit ting-room and laid down on the louijg«. My mind had been previously made up that I would put her out of the way some time when the Doctor was absent. I waited until she got soundly to sleep, and when al...

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SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide. Saturday, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office.. Adelaide, Saturday, January V Mails will be dispatched as 'under — For Gre tt Britain, by the Seuchays, to London, this day, Saturday, January 4, at 12 noon. : ' . ? For Cape of Good Hope, by the Souchays,. this day, Saiturday, January 4, at 12 noon.' For Wallaroo and Port Augusta, by the Royal Shepherd, steamer, this day, Saturday,. January 4, at 3. 15 -p. in. ? . -- Note. -^Newspapers for any of the abore must be posted one hour before the time named 'or closing the mail. .

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RELIEF FOR FARMERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

BELIEF FOB, FARMEBS. i : -.. .: TO THE EDITOB. Sir ? I fondly hope the proposal for the Govern ment to purchase seed wheat from foreign parts will be overruled, as bur shrivelled grain will, ii carefully dealt with, amply suffice for seed purposes. Proof has been made by numbers, mi former years,' that eueh does welL : I know ?Uiraaif a¥ omu intVin -nld cou&trv. where see( that was ?mildewed (which I guess to be xne same thing as' rust), produced to a farmer the best crop ever ihe reaped; ; This happened 50 years ago. It appears to me a wonderful pro viuion has been made in nature's works t'^atno plant wiil bepome extinct by means of blight, rust, or pther:accidents of varying seas -ns. Let farmers cultivaie their ground properly ; pul verise it well with the harrows, and, when their is Sufficient moisture in the ground, sow not more than one half bushel per acre carefully, an-1 give it a scratch with the harrow, so av not to cover it too deep, and there is no danger but wha...

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THE CROPS AT SADDLWORTH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE OBOPS AT SADDLEWORTH. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — I ani glad to inform the public through your valuable columns the state of the wheat crops iu Saddleworth and its neighborhood. The wheat is turning put;v«ty f&,:with a very excellent sample. ' The coolness of the* weather, has been verv unfavorable fpr reaninsr. the' wind bloiyingfo strong has shaken- eut a quantity of the ' wheat. .' T Thaye' been informed that JVIr. ^S. P.. A.'Sruger,Voif Freding; has come (to, buy wheat at Mr. Iff. Maning's new wheat store,~and has autnorised 'his buyers to give' the highest jnnarlcet jvrice: for wheat, 'which will be the greatest boon that ever happened to the farmers of SalddlewOTth^W.ikeaeld, and Stanley, for it has altered the, wheat market already in Saddle worth.. ;v I. 'have been informed that the iron work of 7 the new-.bridges will be complete very soon, as there is one now finished and the other progressing favorably. ' . u ? lam, Sir, &c., A FARMER.

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. Return of passengers inwards and outwards at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Satur day, December 28, 1867 :— Inwards.— Male adults, 40; female adults, 17 ; male children, 1 ; female children, L Outwards. — Male adults, 34 ; female adults, 15 ; male children, 5 ; female children, 7.

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MEETING OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY'S TENANTS AT LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

MEETING OF THE SOUTH AUS TR&UAN COMPAinPS 53i'NANTS AT LYNDOGH. On. Monday afternoon, December 30, a meet ing of tli^ tenants : of- the South Aiistralian ' Company mihis neigfclx-ifcobd-toi-1c p'ace at the Lord Lyndoch Hotd, Ijyttfoeh 'J^allsy- The meeting had been called by an advertisement signed 'by ari.li.-B^*%tim T*fW«*ta,ted fliat, though 'Ttot-'if -teniaiifr'^i^^nq^yhimBelfi Tie bad done sb'at; ^e;^iiestofs«fflie =gentle xaen who were tenants.-'-* '? -^{i ?--???? '?:-' : : y Mr/BEVILAQ1JA: 'Was then proposed as Chair man, hut at first ' decliniea 'to' act, aad ..said the meeting ought to' ?Select' : some,, one who was a tenant, hxA no otie-WUfe^brang _mp -posed, he at lasttook the chair. In opening the, proceedings of the meeting die:-aii&iniai sajd he thought it was hardly jieeess&ty to .speak much about the -caTamity wii&ih'ljad-'befftlltii ' *he farmers this year, for it, is quite svicLnt that only few of TOem would be in a position to pay t...

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WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. Deliveries ts - Aiad- 111 iti is *l ^^ MS-8 k^» oe» Brandy ? — 620 31 16,942 Rum .:. ... — 401 5 9 238 Gin and Geneva 368 347 29 13 164 Whisky ... ... — 123 — 5,252 Of Wine ? — 40 — 2 563 Cordials... .. — 19 — l,ga& Perfumed ... — — — '677 Unenuinerated .. — — — . — . ? Wineinwood,gls. — 353 -~ 19l85Ji- Do., qrts., doz. — 30 — 2,041. Porter, ale, aad cider, gallons... — — — 5,17ft Do., qrts., doz. — 191 — 6,539. Do., pints, doz. — — — ? Tobacoo, Manu factured, lbs... — 3,055 — 165,662 Unmanufactured — — — ? Cigars ? — 98 — 14,304 Snuff ? — 145 — ' 1,8S5 Tea, lbs ? — — 600 18,521 Coffee, lbs, ... — — — 1,200 Sugar, cwts. — — — 1,193 Drapery, value £ — 42 42 3,556 R. B. HALE, Warehousekeeper.

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WHEAT AND ITS DISEASES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

TSTHE^T AND TT3 T-KEA3ES. -?'-? -: ? rrn wmt'itnrroB. S5r^&i*nBnnae*h-of Mr. G. Irancis s very adinirable paper on the, red rust in whe tt,, i may nVaiaps be ^bwed*o quote the following description of it from an ol«tbook in my posses 6ibn,'and 'which T think wives the bes- desenp ti*»n*¥ it that I have as yet seen. It comprises two descriptions— first, ' . ... . . ^aedauai.^-Theteis '»? malady incioeni; in our crop of wheat that is knoxm to the fa™^ ntidei- the name of red gum. It attacks the «&-T only,- and ia extremely prejudicial to the crop, destroying the individual ' grans entirely in which it is found, ^and % con verting them into a grinp of red, minute, and glutinous globules, interspersed with ttans parent fibres. Tie globules are filled wrta a ine pswder which « plode whey they are put into »he water. From this it might be thought ithat *fchey ;are the «porales of some species »t intes1analfung(iB, hut they seem after all tohe but globules of starch or pf p...

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THE PROPOSED PRINCE ALFRED MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE PROPOSED PRINCE ALFRED MONUMENT. Through the medium of our adver tising columns, and otherwise, the public of South Australia have been, fully ap prised of the movement originally ini tiated by the Hon. Captain Bagot, and a few other gentleman, for erecting a tower, or some kind pf monument, on the summit of Mount Lofty, designed pri marily as a lasting memorial .of the visit to this colony of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh ; and— collaterally— as a work of practical utility as a land 'inark for mariners, and an object of ^peculiar local interest. We now have to inform our readers that subscription lists. are out, one of which is lying at pur oflice, and we shall be glad to receive. the names and donations of any who feel4 disposed to support this undertaking. .,, We are well aware that some persons fail to see the utility or desirableness of i a tower on Mount Lofty, and to such the appeal is not made. But it is confidently be lieved by the promoters of the move ment that it is a...

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THE VOLUNTEER FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE VOLUNTEER FORGE. We think we ought no* -to pass un noticed the very gratifyiag. testnnonial of ^eut-Colonel Hamley to m ^^^ency of the South Australian Tblimteer Force Such a testimony from such a quarter far outweighs all the fpaiiay sneers and inar Jww%^d^d4eteactt6n-m:wiu.cli a 'few in-i ' '.' dividuals are '! pi»ne ofej^sionaJly; ' to J in- '' dulge. Golonel Ta^t^ey j ^riainly KoM ? 'what military- diacipnneVsiiud ^ Efficiency are, and in the- ^honorable mention he makes of our local forcesjit must be re membered that lie speaks after careful ;and . !i-epeiite^i];..peponal .^ ^aspection. - r JSlVfr i ^Qeal -^^- ifj^t^; iBjS -ijMUBQWXuaB ?to^ne a^^fi^eser*^.- :J^^oa?iaend8 '?? in£ant^j^Tra&yyandiai?ta!lSi^^Mid^ves reasons tor \'f^'--psikm^idatiAa. We congratulate the .Volunteers upon this authoritative and w^-merited eulogism, and we are sure it will have a good effect upon the men, and upon the-oifiteers Tfhbse names are specially and deservedly mentioned. ' . ? , As...

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THE FOUNDING OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE FOUNDING OF THE COLONY. Amongst the incidents connected with the Duke of Edinburgh's visit to South Australia may be specially noted the address of the ' old. colonists.' The definition of an ' old colonist ' was fwe believe) that he arrived not later than 1836. These pioneers of South Australian settlement are, of course, rapidly dying off, but there are still a good few remain ing, and it would be really interesting to possess an accurate list of the fathers and founders of our now flourishing colony before their compeers have passed away. Still more interesting would it be to see all the survivors together, and to hear from their own lips brief statements of their ^experiences ; their successes and their reverses. What amusing stories they could tell of the 'early days!' How much more interesting than the average of works of fiction would be the plain unvarnished tale of what they have witnessed and experienced ! One cannot help often thinking of the little bands of hardy adv...

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PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

PUBLIC WORKS. We are glad to be able to inform our readers that the Government are taking vigorous steps to push on those public works for which Parliament has provided means ; and also in other directions to anticipate scarcity of employment by finding remunerative occupation' for the people. We believe 28 miles of ' railway work: will be immediately let, namely, six miles on this side Forresters, eight miles immediately on the other side Forresters —oh the continuation line from Forreters to the Burra — and 14 miles at the Burra end of the line. This will give a con siderable amount of work in those locali ties. Then, again, the Government are preparing to lay in a two years* stock of ? firewood for the railway, to be delivered at the different stations, at a fixed price per ton. Of course due notification will be made of the price to be paid and of the terms and conditions of the supply. The Government are also preparing to purchase, at a fixed price per cubic yard, limestone bal...

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WINEMAKING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

WINEMAKINa. - -TO THE EDITOR. Sir— In your leader referring to. Dr. Bieas dale's paper' on colonial wine, you say the Doc tor is incorrect in saying 'there is no inter change of thought among the wine people.' Now, Sir,- although it is true-' that some, of our wine people have 'written books, delivered lectures, read papers, and coi municated infor mation through the press, yet there is. not that amount of reciprocity of feeling amongst them the -^want of which the doc'' or points out. I speak as «, winegrower, that, although I have frequently tested wines in cellars Cher than my own, yet in very few cases have I been able to get any more information as to the manufac ture than the kind of grape from which it was made. Not a word as to the length of time feimenting ; how often racked, what fining is used, or how much fortified.. ,.; : j, I say, in confirmation of the doctor's words, that as wiaemakers we are too jealous of each other. 'We ought to act on a more brotherly principle, ...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

BUILDING MATERIALS. [Retadl Prices jn Adelaide.] Red deals, 11 x 3, solid, 8d, to 8|d. ; sawing deep-cut, 0|d. ; 9 x 3, solid, 5^d to 6*d ; 9 x 4, solid, 8d to 8|d ; sawing deep-cut, 0^5 ; 7 x 2J, soUd, 4d to 4|d ; 7 x 3, solid, 4fd to 5id ;. saw ing deep-out Ofd ; tonguedand grooved flooring, 6 x U, 2d to 2£d ; 6 x f, If*; 6 x $, l|d ; balk timber, per cubic foot, 4s 6d ; red gym, 12 x 4, Is; 12x3,5d; 9x3. 6|d; 8x3, 6d; 4x3,3d; best red Singapore cedar, super, 5d ; best Sydney cedar, super, 6Jd to 7d ; in logs, super, 5dto 6d; stringybark, 4x3, per 100 feet, 13s ; 4 x 2, lls ; battens, 13s palings, 6ft., per 100, 25s to 35s; 5ft., 22s to 28s ; posts' arid rails, 70s; colonial laths, 3ft., per 1,000, 14s to 15s; 3ft. 6in., 17s 6d; V.D.L. laths, 3ft., 14s ; 3ft. 6m., 17s 6d, English slates — Duchesses, 24 x 12, per 1,000, 222 10a; Countesses, 20 x IQ, per, 1,000, 162, ladies, 18 x 9, HI; 16^8,9/; freestone, per. cubic Joqt, 3a to 3s 6d; bricks, delivered in town, 35si to 45s 5 glass,...

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THE "REGISTER" IN THE CLOUDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

THE 'REGISTER' IN THE CLOUDS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — I can't help a smile at the somewhat ridiculous answer given by the Register this morning to a correspondent, who a*ks in his columns of to-day in what longitude the new year first commences. Answer — ' We believe about tW ° east of sunrise. '? They believe, but ain'rsure. How doubtfully luminous ! As we know the sun is continually rising and setting m some part or other of this planetary rotundity of ours, can the Register tells us where he first 'begins to rise? 'When the Register can fix this point he can fix the other at the precise distance of 90 °; Till he can do this, however, it is absurd to ask and to answer such a puerile question. I am, Sir, &c., ONE BEWILDERED,

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FRUITS. Almonds, dried, Is per lb ; apples, 6d per lb ; lemons, 2d to 3d each ; oranges, 2d to 3d each ; peaches, none ; pears, none, plums, Is per quart ; strawberries, Is to Is 6d per lb ; cherries, 4d to 6d perlb ; apricots, 6d to 8d per doz ; grapes, none ; raisins, Is per lb ; Cape gooseberries, none ; loquats, 6d per lb ; goose berries, 8d per quart ; raspberries, 8d to Is per lb ; red currants, 2s per lb ; figs 8d to Is. DAIRY PRODUCE. Bacon, colonial, 9d. to lOd. ; butter, fresh, lOd to Is. ; salt, 8d. ; cheese, coloni-d, 8d. ; lard, lOd. ; eggs, Is. ; hams, colonial, lOd. ; milk, 6d. per quart; ducks4 7s. 6d. per pair; fowls, 5s. 6d. per couple ; geese, 8s. 6d. each ; pigeons, 2s. per pair; rabbits', 4s. per pair; turkeys, Is. 4d. per lb. VEGETABLES. Artichokes, none; broad beans, Is per peck ; cabbages, 3d to 6d each ; celery, 6d to 8d per stick; cucumbers, fid to 8d; carrots, .3d per bunch ; garlic, 8d per lb ; French beans, 4d to 6d per lb ; horse...

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EASY TEST FOR SEED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

EASY TEST FOR SEED. TO THE EDITOE. Sir— One of your correspondents recommends the trial of shrivelled hungry wheat as seed. To save labor and disappointment to those who might be induced to do so, let me advise them bettorof what ever y-one may at some time or other benefit by, and know what the seed is in half an hour.. For malting, where I have doubt of the grain of various kinds, I take a small handful and put it into a saucepan with sufficient cold water to allow it to roll about when brought to boil leisurely. If the grain has good life in it the acrospire, according, to . kind, will appear in from 20 to 35 minutes as far as malting would: require. If bad or mingled an examination at once shows, then, the proportion of good and bail grains. . The same is equally applicable to garden seeds, as I have found such as turnin, cabb^gej an-l the like; but they require only 10 to 15 minutes. Let your readers keep this in mind and try for themselves. Iain, Sir, &c, J. T. de B.

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. ? Note. —The wholesale and retail price lists are corrected down to the date inscribed at the foot of each list. For daily fluctuations in the . more important items (especially of wholesale) we refer to the Daily Market Report. GRAIN. &C. , Bran, Is. to Is 3d; pollard, Is 3d. to Is 9d ; English oats, 3s 6d to 4_s 6d;Cape do, 2s 3d to 2s 6d ; Cape barley, 2s' to 3s ; Engl&h do, 3s 9dto4s6d. FARM PRODUCE. Bacon, 7d to 8d per lb ; hams, 8d ; butter, fresh, 8d to. lOd; do, salt, 6d; cheese, 5dto6d per lb ; lard, 8d per lb ; onions, 7s per bsg ; potatoes, 6s per bag; colonial jam': — Kaspbarry, lid ; all other kinds, 6d to 8d ; eggs, 9d to 10d per doz.. WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET. Wholesale prices of carcass meat daring the week have been — beef, 25s per 100 lbs. ; sheep, whole, 2d per lb ; Iambs, 8s to 10s ; veal, 6d to 7d per lb ; pork, .6d. tanners' goods. Bark, 21 ; bones, 22 10s to 32 ; hoofs, 22 10s ; hides, each, 5s to 12s ; shanks...

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