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TEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

TEATREE GULLY. February 10— All present. Councillors Harris and Whitmore reported about road near Yatala Vale. Tenders to be called for about eight chains of forming and metalling. Council signed memorial in favor of Mr. McCarthy, to get him re-appointed stationman under Central Road Board. Road near Mr. John Coulter's to stand over till next meeting. Dr. Carl Bosch, appointed to attend destitute. Receipts. £49 18s. ; Accounts paid, £20 17s. 6d.

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TALUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

TALUNGA. February 10. — Present— Messrs. Samuel Ran dell (Chairman}, Jas. Phillis, W. Cornish, and W. Eglinton. Letter from Commissioner of Crown Lands, stating that the sum apportioned for Talunga for medical attendance on desti tute was £2L Tenders for making ford near Ausust Panke's Josenh Turner's. £13 15s.. accepted. Mr. W. Wagner applied for repairs to road near his place. Memorials for repairing road leading from Blumberg to Mount Craw ford and near Section 6603; Clerk to meet Messrs. Randall and Eglinton 20th inst., at 3 p.m., to inspect tbe above. Mr. Grieg applied to be allowed to cart gravel on road near Mr. Jackson's, offering to perform work for a certain sum per chain ; deferred till next meeting, in the meantime Mr. Cornish to test the graveL Memorials from electors, requesting Council to call public meeting to consider who are the most fit and proper persons to represent the district in next Parliament ; Council agreed to call one, to be held at Council Chamber, on M...

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NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

NATAL. We have tfte Times of Natal to the 9th No vember. Cotton cultivation was progressing satisfactorily. Coal has beet1 discovered near the TJmgeni Falls on private property. There bad been a 'scene' in the Natal Par liament, and a vote of censure passed upon the Attorney-General for using unparliamentary expressions, and refusing to withdraw them.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We have Caiie papers to JpiagB^:i^±^0oid was reported to be discovered J^I^Belikatee's country by Mr. March, a prpjfepedij|gplp^st. The Eastern Province Merald^be^s^&B^D. 'ihe discovery, and the Transvaal .Atypi&Sa'wfsry san-, guine on the subject. It was projected 'by *be Orange Free State to -create fresh inconver tible paper money. The project ?was warinly op» posed by the pressand the niercantile^bmihunity. ?of Gape Colony,. as destroying the crJedft ]pf the state in the colony, and causing consternation among mercantile, men. The --'olensb tjoiitro- ' very still crops up in various ways. Tha&eoiye Advertiser publishes the following extract from a private letter, dated ? Frazerburg, December 26. 38S7 :— 'The Field Cornet on onr horA& fe: ought in a load of BusJunen— men, womenf And children. The men nave been robbing the fanners round about there, an- shooting . some . of them with bows and| arrows ; so they were : surrounded an...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

? .MAURITIUS. j. We fcayeinewB to the 6tli January. We. take the foHowihg extracts ff bm the' Overland Coiri inercial Gazette :— . ? On thie $rd .instant it blew a strong- gale, but not sufficiently . strong to do injury ;o, the plantations. From different direo tions in'the interior we hear of sugar' houses «,nd other buildings. unroofed! In the higher parts . the wind was very rvolent daring a few honrs, and large trees were .uprooted and much ' damage done in the gardens. In town the gale-. w|bs less ielt. In- the harbor the American. . 'steamer Warrior and ship Bury , St. Edmunds were driven on shore,; but are- now afloat ?without damage.. Four vessels anchored at the entrance of the harbor have bieen obliged to put to sea.' The Cattofieid has returned withoutdamage; theHammerBmith, with coals, .was driven on the -coast, at .Petite Biyiere* and has been entirely lost ; the Portu guese 'brig Incompar/i,ve], -with a cargo of rice from Zanzibar, was wrecked close to the. Ham merani...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

! WESTERN AUSTRALIA. We lave Perth papers to the 29th ult., and the FrcinxmAc Strald, ot February 1. Mr. T. Hooley, who had been employed by the Govern ment, ^to Bink wells oil the route' between Champion Bay and Nicol Bay had thoroughly succeedaul in the undertaking', and in his report. says :— 'vAny.person knowing the country , can now travel dn the driest season from Champion Bay to .Nicol Bay; and get water twice every day for themselves iand horses, in proof of which I have brcaght a team and three horses over land for the purpose of conveying stores, tools, &C.'. ' ?- V :??;?' ;. ? News had been received from Niool -Bay to the 2ist December.' The settlers comphdned of the want of a road from the port ,-to the town and the exfravngant outlay, said to amount, to from : £3,000 to-:i^,000 on Government buildings.1 ?The -feeding country is described as limited in extent; 'not capable of carrying in the best seasons more than 500,000- sheep, and .thenonlyjn small flocks. It ...

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THE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

THE COKN MABKBT. The following is Messrs. Burrows & Perks's ^circular, dated 24th December, 1867 :— gT'.* Since the lost mail left there has been, as |oi?ual towards the close of the y-=ar, great want S&|&btivity on the part of purchasers of wheat Sffilllpur. No very decided fall in pricts can |b|si|pfcd, except on American, of which, the ||||||||j|3iave been and still are large, and during |||i||f|ga]bh red spring wheat has declined in fli|||poni Is. to 2s. per 496 lbs., aad flour 'anfflPpBl to 3s.j3er barrel of 196 .lbs.-' net. 'Arrivals from Australia sittce bur last Eavfe ? '? ' ' ': '' ° '- '?' ??? ' / -. ' i 1 been limited to two ships, tho Flatwbr h and Salvia, both ' considerably overdue, the latter having only arrived at Falmouth on 20th instant. Stocks of Australian wheat and flour here are- becoming quite small, and quotations are scarcely lower than a month since Adelaide wheat sells slowly at 76s. to 77s. per 496 lbs. ex granary, and flour at 53s...

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. [From our own Reporter.] London, December 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. rEVom our own. Reporter. 1 London. December 26. 1867. There has not been much change in monetary and commercial matters during the month. What little there has-been has been for the worst owing to the slow return of confidence, the. renewed panic M railway shares, arising out of the condition of the Midland, the Fenian plotB, and the apprehensions caused by the strained relations of France arid Italy. The Bank late ©f diecount remains unalterea. xo-aay as well »s yesterday was a holiday on the Stock Ex change. ? : Consols closed on Tuesday at 92£ for the ac count, 92g *o % for money. Three per oerite. were928.toi ????-? ' r; - There: wa* a good demand to-day iafeihe Bank discount oflice, including a number of applica tions for the usual quarterly advances by the discount establishments and brokers. The general market, however^ was quiet, with a good supply of moneyj'.and the rates were conse quently unchanged at 1$ to l&per cent for choice bills. In ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

? SALES BY AUCTION. £J ^n TOESDAY, Ternary IS. AT 11 VGLOOK SHARP. ' SALVAGE. SALVAGE. SALVAGE. ON' ACGOUKT OF WHOM IT MAY OGRESS. THE WHOLE OF THEBAMAGED GOODS ?BAVED IFROM^THE L^Tfi FIRE AT THE ;S:TORES^ MESSRS; ». & W. MURRAY* 3» BE SOLDB^ MJSriON ON THEPiffi.; ' .'-?: MISES, KOJG WffiMAJtt-STBEEr. '?? ?»??/?? ;- '. ': ?.??.?'? S-W.-'4HD. ??'.''.? ???:.-:-V- .-.??? ?.??;? CRN' THE PREMISES ^KNOWIT AS BEEBY - AND BUNSTAN'S MILLy fiEENFBSLL- ,. V.STRBB; .?'?? r;/;';-: ??:;:? ?-??? -v-.-^- . ..-, r 'i'.:-.-'r---:-jijMBP«aSS*'-T0 /-::-J WAREHOUSEMEN^ DRAPERS, - ? * ?-'- JS3T0B,i5KEBPEjas, SPEGUJLA.TORS, ? ?;':v''.I;i'7;-;':v';i- ??. v;JUffi-^Bffl8,;;i *- :- fifaroctioiiB from Messrs. D. '& W.'lffturay tq sell by auction, ;V3m?'$ie Preanses, VEng William-street, and jjn the pjreiiiises Jcnown as; ;IJeeby:& Donstm^ Jliil, GreafeU-street, ©C Taesday, FebruaTy3.8,»t 11 o'clock shaip-- JjThe WfcoieoE^ifi430QiDS SAVED from the . !, ? -LATfiSliiE;: :. :? y '?;;. :;, ...

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SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

SHIP MAILS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, February 15. Mails will be dispatched as under — For Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, and New Zealand, by tbe Aldinga, steamer, to Melbourne, Tuesday, February 18, at L10 p.m. Money orders at 12.30 p.m. For California, South Pacific, &c. , per steamer as above, at 12 noon. For Western Australia, by the Freebridge, to TTing George's Sound, this day, Saturday, February 15, at 12 noon. For Wallaroo and Port Augusta, by the Royal Shepherd, steamer, this day, Saturday, February 15, at 3.15 p.m. Note. — Newspapers for any of the above must be posted one hour before the time named for closing the mail.

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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

LABOR MARKET. Quotation of rates of wages, by W. R. Hunt, of the Labor Office, King William -street : — Domestic Servants— At per week, with board and lodging. — Housekeepers, 10s to 12s ; cooks, professed, 10s to 12s; housemaids, 8s to 10s* laundresses,- 9s to 10s ; kitchenmaids, 8s to 9s ; upper nurses, 8s to 9s ; nursemaids, 6s to 7s ; nursegirls, 2s 6d to 5s ; general servants, 6s to 9s. Dairy Servants — At per week with board and lodging. — Milkmen, 14s to 20s; dairymaids, 8s to 9s ; married couples, man and wife both em ployed in dairy, 20s to 25s ; extra good butter and cheese makers, women, 9s to 10s.

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. FRUITS. Almonds, dried, Is per lb ; apples, 4d per lb ; lemons, 2d to 3d each ; oranges, none ; peaches, 2dto6d per dozen; pears, 4dperlb; plums, 4d to 6d per quart ; strawberries, none ; cherries, none ; apricots, none ; grapes, 2d per lb; raisins, Is per lb;* Cape gooseberries, none; loquats, none; gooseberries, none; raspberries, none ; red currants, none ; figs, 6d per doz ; tomatoes, 2d per lb. ; pine apples, Is ; melons, 3d per lb. DAIBY PRODUCE. Bacon, lOd. ; butter, fresh, 9d to Is. ; cheese, 8d. ; lard, lOd. ; eggs, 8d to lOd per doz ; hams, lOd. ; milk, 6d\ per quart ; ducks, 7s. 6d. per pair; fowls, 5s. 6d. per couple; geese, 8s. each; pigeons, 2s. per pair ; rabbits, 4s. per pair ; turkeys, Is. 4d. per VEGETABLES. ? Artichokes, none ; broad beans, Is per peck ; cabbages, 3d to. 6d each ; celery, 6d to 8d per stick ; cucumbers, 3d to 4deach ; carrots, 3d per bunch ; garlic, Sd per lb ; French beans, 4d to 6d per lb ; horseradish, Is to Is 3d per lb...

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MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

MOUNT ?RABTTTCTL February 10. — Present — Messrs. Hannaford (acting Chairman), Dunn, and Paterson. Council fixed the hours for burning stubble. Letter received from Crown Lands Office, with information of vote for medical attendance, and medicines for sick destitute, and request ing Council to recommend some gentleman as surgeon. Resolved, that as Dr. Robertson is about to leave the colony for a few months, Dr. Wilson be recommended for appoint ment. . Clerk to apply to Destitute Board for further relief for widow Homden. Payments, £59 19s. Id.

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LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

LIGHT. .February 1. — Meeting of Ratepayers. — Mr. Roht. Rankine (Chairman of the Council) pre siding. The Chairman explained the object of the meeting, viz. : — To nominate five Council lors, one for each Ward, as divided by the Council ; and read the notice of meeting and the memorial forwarded to the Government. After the ratepayers had examined the boun dary of each ward upon the map, the majority declared they were satisfied as divided. The following gentlemen were duly proposed and seconded for Councillors :— For Freeling Ward — Messrs. Green and James. Railway Ward — Messrs. J. N. Smith, John O'Hara, James McNamara, and W.. Fisher. Centre Ward — Messrs. J. N. Smith, Peter Menz, and A. Flugge. Linwood Ward— Mr. JameB Bald. Bethel Ward — Mr. Borman. The majority were in favor of Messrs. Wm. Green, James MacNamara, Peter Menz, James Bald, and Diedrich Borman. Meeting of CounciL — Pre- sent — AIL. Plan for a cemetery examined ; to' stand over. Chairman - reported having ex amined...

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ONKAPARINGA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

OVTTAPAWTTiTaA February 7. — Present— AIL Minutes of last meeting confirmed. Received letters from Crown Lands Office respecting appointment of medical attendent; resolved, that Dr. H. Esau be again appointed. Received letter from South Australian Company refusing liberty to cut timber off their land to repair bridge leading to property of South Australian Company. Re solved, that Mr. Wiechard be employed as Clerk, Collector, and Overseer of Works, he to provide office for the CounciL Tenders to be called for making fords near Mr. Tucker's and Mr. S. Bell's.

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LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

?^ j^ifp^Qi-CfK3C-& ^C^^^-^^T--GBJMIlff AIi SITTINGS. ' TheTG^inunal; Sessions of ?&& i\nprcinet3pnrt; cbmmenoed 'on ~TaescEa.yr mornin-je before His Honorp^^hj^-^oBfrce. : ; -.. v' :'?'?'?. The fi^o^wing' persons ;*^re excaseii ifflen ? called^pW/^serveas Jurors' on tin* grounds^ given: ^ t^oi^lSfi^'iage ; ;;tPMam; LaylodE, illnesa; Ghaiies Iiainb- age ; : AlexanderriiMig, .illjftess; Jolfe J^Sdy, age ;' _i3eorgfe' 'Inder, :.. -.. A,' ''- *^ SstMCHraciiNTO.' ?'? ^ '????- Charles fl^cd^pl^eafnot1^oaty1to steal^ iing one pair of Teinsv value -5s. , . 'from 35mothy 3feiopey,iat;Adeto.ide. ? ? i -. SB&vrg ' Sains was': InSicted for stealing ; on bdsidi&eViDarra^ : bnefl»xHangdesk, valne £1, and :o&eriiiiMiles,.±ne property of 5W. W. Taylor, at Pjort Adelaide, and pleaded not ?Jt^nSBB-BjUttgMon pleaded not guilty to a , charge ofbHrglwy intke house of Thos. Bod«lington and itealingaojiey, brandy, and other ^articles, afr'lflelaide. ' \ .,'...

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ONAUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

ONAUNGA. February L — Election Meeting. — Adjourned for a fortnight.

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INSOLVENCY COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. {Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

INSOLVENCY COURT. Satubday, Febbbaby 8. TjBefore His Honor Mr. Commissioner Downer.]: A meeting to hear the petition of James McLedd for adjudication of insolvency against George Young, of Adelaide, trading under the style and firm of- W. Ybunghushand, Jun., & Co., by whom _ a deed of assign ment was executed under the arrangement clauses of the Insolvency Act. Mr. Ingleby appeareaiortne petitioner,' Mr. uruceror tne in solvent, and Mr. Bakewell on behalf of the trustees under the assignment. L. J, Pelham, Clerk of Arraigns, produced a bill of exchange, drawn by W. Younghusbahd& Co., and accepted by Barrett & May, dated 7th June, 1866. A letter , dated 1st December, 1866, from; W. Younghusband & Co. to J. McLeod ; a memo randum of settlement, signed by W. Young husband & Co., agents, for James McLeod, dated 25th May, 1866; and an account current, James McLeod and W. Yonnghusband and Co. Mr. Ingleby then addressed the Court at some length on th...

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LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Before J. B. Shepherdson, S.M., H. Horton, J.P., and G. F. Wyatt, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

LOCAL COURT-^JfOONTA. a ;^ ; Fbidat, February 7. !#: FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). {Before J. B. SbepherJson, B.M., H. Horton, , J.P., and G. F. Wyatt. J.P.l . Chbek t. Pottbb.— -The plaintiff claimed the sum of £15, value of a mare detuned by defendant. Mr. Bloxam for plaintiff ; Mr. Tavlor for defendant. James Cheek, saddler. stated — Defendant had a mare of mine branded IB or SB. Have not demanded the horse. Asked defendant twice for the mare before the police case. Purchased the chance of the mare from Mr*. Page for £3. Saw Mr. Page sign the receipt (produced). Sent to Clare pound for the mare. She was delivered to Mr. Brown for Mm (witness).. Had her in his custody. , She was delivered to: me by Mr. Brown. Saw defendant the day following, and told, him the mare was his (witness's). The value of the mare was hhd. By Mr. Taylor— Have not demanded, the mare since leaving the polict, Mr. Beasley delivered the mare to Mr. Potter in his (wit ness's) presence. Had not demanded the mare s...

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LOCAL COURT—GUMERACHA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. R. J. Turner, S. M., H. E. Bright, J.P., S. Randell, J.P. and David Randall, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 15 February 1868

V iOCAL COURT— GUMERACHA. . '??'-.&. Thursday, Febbuaby-6. '.?;?? loimed jdeis33igtiok.' [Before Messrs. IL' J. Turner, S-M., 1L E. Bright, J.P., S. Eandell, J.P»i and David Bandall, J.P.l A^si , . Eichneb v.--BtfSCH. — Mr4 r Bundey for plaintiff. The defendant forwarded a medical certificate stating that he was too ill to attend. Adjourned to next Court-day, defendant to pay costs of tiie day.- ; ? ^''' v- ? ? ? Paba Wibka DismicfS. Godnoil v. Lajtyon. Action for £2. 5s., rates due by defendant to the CounciL The defendant pleaded that he had never- been 'served ' wittJ^initWn notice of demand qf rates ill question, ~: as required by Amended Dfrtrict Councils Act. The plaintiffs were nonsuited. Bevilaqua v. ..DiBNEiiT. -^-Settled out of Court.: I X ?-? ' KWHAMeisoN v. Pniiurs.— Settled out of Oojdrfci ?'.::.-'?-. ?,-:-.- ,-j;,. . .'-.. ~' ? PiSOOE V.: PBEWBJT.jT-rMr»? Fenn for plaintiff ; Mr.' Bund^ for; defendant. Plaintiff did not appew when eSjIed-ou:, ian?. the cause wa...

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