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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. . Thubsday, Febbuaby 20. The Attendance was very good and the com petition brisk. The land sold comprised 5,935 acres country land in the Hundreds of Bonney and Malcolm, realising an average of £1 5s. 11 Ji per acre. The lots which passed the hammer included 8^103 acres in the. Hundreds of Bonney and Malcolm, and one lot in the Township of Blinman. After the sale 2,448 acres were taken up by private contract. Subjoined i2 the par ticulars :— - ? Country Sections. County Russell— At and near Giles's . : Wells and the Waltpwa Swamp, from seven to - eight miles north easterly of Meningie, and from one and a half to six miles south of the Tatiara Waterhole, Hundred Bonney. Sec. Acres. Purchasers. Price. 242. 143 P. D. Prankerd £159 0 0 245 111 Alex. Hay ... ... Ill 5 0 248 136 — Jellett ... ... 191 0 0 249 133 P. D.Ptankerd ...168 0 0 252 109 Ditto ... ? 131 0 0 254 95 — Jellett ? 147 0 0 255 74 HiCVGleeson ...115 0 0 256 . 73 Alex. Hay ... ... 118 0 0 257 123 —Jel...

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PORT CORPORATION. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

PORT CORPORATION. Fbboay, Febbuaby 14. Present— The Mayor, Councillors Leuhrs, Hains, Parker, Stone, Bennett, and Wald. Town Clerk reported overdr ft £588 19s. 64, and rates collected to date £2,0(53 7s. 7d. Over seer reported ou progress of work during the weok and general state of the town. Messrs. Hart & Co.'s application to fill up road outside their new building ? referred to the Public Works Committee, with power to do what may be necessary. Public Works Committee re ported having gone to Mr. C. Downer's pre mises, and abated the nuisance he compiamea of. Placards to be distributed, warning carters that their drays must be licensed within one week. Letter from Secretary of Port Young Men's Asssocixtion, thanking Corporation for use of Town Hall and gas free, for the late entertainment in aid of Sailors' Home. Town Clerk to write, informing Mr. Knapman that unless he takes immediate measures to repair woodwork forming footway under his verandah, the Council will fill it...

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CITY FIRES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

CITY FIRES. . . ? TO THE EDITOB. Sir — Tour leading article on ' City Fires ' in yesterday's Express will, I have little doubt have a beneficial' effect to some extent, but when you suggest that some enterprising person or firm should buy up all the empty cases, &c, you cannot be aware of the - fact that most of those cases are again used for repacking. Per haps you are under the impression that the whole of the goods sold are packed up in paper parcels and forwarded to their destination. I could, if necessary, mention firms in Ade laide, who, although .they annuallyjmport some thousands of packages,- have at times to pur cnase cases m wnicn to pacs gooas lor tneir cus tomers, the supply not being equal to the de mand. The scarcity of cases is attributable to three causes : — -Firstly, a great number of them get so broken as to be unfit for repacking; secondly, many of them are sold for water tanks, or to be utilised as you suggest ; and thirdly, a large portion of the goods...

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SCAVENGING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

SCAVENGING. The sanitary condition of the city is a subject that must necessarily be ever before the public. It is so in the oldest .and beat regulated towns in Europe, and certainly cannot be otherwise in a young community, where the cost of drainage and scavenging, is so serious a matter. Fortunately our dry climate is very much in our -favor, or we could not to such an extent have escaped the natural conse quences of neglect of the ordinary rules of cleanliness in our metropolis. We know the authorities are not unmindful of what is desirable in this respect, but Corporation by-laws and Legislative enact ments do not go sufficiently far to secure the cleanliness of the city. Here and there fining some one whose closet overflows, mulcting Mr. Tomkinsonfor allowing foul water to run into Hindly-street, punish ing a stray cabbage merchant or two, or a sausage-maker for permitting their refuse to accumulate, may be all very proper proceedings in their way, but are not sufficiently com...

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CITY FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

CITF FIRES. One result of a disaster like that of the fire at Messrs. Murray's should be to put us on our guard against; the re currence of similar calamities, as far as this can be done by the avoidance of the particular cause. The verdict of the jury empanelled to investigate the origin of the fire was to the effect that it broke out amongst the packing-cases at the rear of the warehouse. Whether this were so or not we have heard doubts expressed ; but for our own part, we know of nothing that could justify us *n casting doubt upon the truthfulness of the verdict. Nor is it our present object to en quire into the cause _ of the fire, but rather to direct attention to a source of imminent danger, as pointed out by the verdict of the Jury. The number of packing-cases that enter Adelaide every year, and the number in Adelaide at any given time, must be something enormous. Frequently a single firm will advertise that they are opening 500, 600, or 1,000 cases and bales, and even higher...

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THE ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

THE ELECTORAL ROLL. The following is a table of the number of voters on the roll in 1866 and 1867 : — Number of Names Enrolled. Name of ' ~~ Electoral Legislative House of Dwtnc Council. Assembly. 1866. 1867. 1866. 1867. East Adelaide 733 807 1,299 1,364 'West Adelaide 780 954 1,493 1,851 Port Adelaide 959 3,009 2,876 2,924 WestTorrens 563 f-05 1,058 1,199 Yatala ? 460 470 761 766 Gumeracha ... 742 745 1,245 1,242 EastTorrens... 877 965 1,228 1,508 TheSturt ... 539 592 828 951 Noarlunga ... 600 612 1,058 1,082 Mouat Barker 1,019 1,040 1,572 1,684 Onkaparinga... 802 899 1,259 1,426 Encounter Bay 597 572 1,006 1,141 Barossa ? 823 882 1,298 1,395 Light ... ... 1,291 1,414 2,114 2,419 Victoria ? 708 79* 1,747 2,131 TheBurra ... 531 552 1,263 1,276 Stanley ? 976 1,077 1,602 1,718 Flinders... ... 281 337 1,100 1,250 Totals ? 13,291 14,330 24,812 27,327

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INSOLVENCY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

INSOLVENCY RETURNS. We have before, us the official return of insolvencies for 1867. We find the total number of adjudications were 212, against 187 of th« previous year, these num bers being both in excess of any year in the last decennial period. There were last year 120 private arrangement under the Act, being nearly as many as for the four previous years combined. The fol lowing table shows* assets, liabilities, and deficiencies (omitting shillings and pence) in insolvent adjudications for the last ten years : — Amount of Amount of Amount of Liabilities as Asset? as Deficiency as Year, shown in the shown in the shown in the Insolvents' Insolvents' Insolvents Schedules. Schedules. Schedules. 1858... £283,514 £182,668 £100,846 1859... 139,875 6*5,827 73 048 1860... 79,039 49,055 29,084 1861... 101,140 37,379 63,761 1862... 145,788 76,818 68 970 1863... 85,300 40,673 44,627 1864... 68,212 30,119 38,093 1865 .. 117,482 69,741 47,741 1866 ... 253,111 143,258 109,852 1867... 178,582 1...

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THE AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

THE AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. We have received from the Govern ment a small portion of the agricultural returns, the leading figures in which we nowpktce before our readers' i— Alexandrina 3,376 70 15,531 4.36 Tanunda ... 2,279 .98 4,037 L47 Teatree Gully 4,034 S78 12,581 3.8 Bast Torrehs... 55 2 248 4.26 Co,Burra, part 4 — 8X- 20.01 Co^Daly,.part 319 — 3,563 11.10 Mitchaiu{£.)... 152 26 995 6.32 Crafers ... If 2 ' 18 10.17 JuliaCreelc pt. 1,304 199 13,787 10.34 Clarendon, pt. 544 126 ^99 2.0 ffighercombe 567 114 2,395 4.13 Apoinga. .... 317 — 3,958 12.30 HunnoParaB. 8,240 166 36,401 4.25 Stanley, part... 4,:i53 — 52,699 12.0 Eyre, part ... 2,407 — 17,746 7.22 These figures, however, supply but rery little information by themselves, but they are all we have as yet.

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PLAYING WITH A PISTOL NOT KNOWING IT WAS LOADED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

PLAYING WITH A PISTOL NOT KNOWING IT WAS LOADED. [Written for the Chronicle, by Day tee.] I never allowed any of my brothers or sisters in ' my room ;' the elder ones I frowned at if they dared show their faces within its sacred walk, and the younger ones I kicked out at once. My mother did her best to keep it to myself, as far as the brats were concerned, for the very good reason that two of them (Dick and. Harry) once when I was out, got at my chemicals and broke a phial of acid over their paws, and had it not been for her immediate presence there, they might have suffered some damage. If any of my sisters wanted to be photographed — which they generally did about once a-week — I allowed them in, but immediately after the sun had done his work I ushered them out, and as for listening to reason, I never was known (by them) to do such, a thing. Or, if any body wanted to borrow my miscroscope, I would let them have it, but out of my room they must take it— they could examine their in...

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THE SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

THE SAVINGS BANK. An abstract of the annual balance of the savings, for theyearending 31st De cen^berj 1867, appears in the Government GttZ&tie._ . The abstract shows an increase in ; the number of depositors, and tte amount of deposits over those in the Bank at the close of the previous year. On the 31st December, 1866, the amount at the credit of 7,679 depositors was £245,919' 10s. lOd: The deposits received during .1867, amounted to £145,207 4s. 6d. This, - with ; the interest to depositors at 6 per cent, amounting to £13,669 3s.:10d., makes £158,«76 l«s. 4d. Deducting payments to depositors during the year, amounting to £133,848 7s. ;lld., there is an increase of £25,028 10s. : 5d. The amount at the credit of 8,683 de-: positors on the 31st December last, was £270,948 Is. 3d. There is, therefore, an increase in the number of 'depositors of 1,004, and of the amount of deposits, as stated above, of £25,028 10s. 5d. The present amount in ther custody of the Governors is £29...

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AYESHA'S STRATAGEM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

AYESHA'S STRATAGEM. Those who form their ideas of female life among the Moslem from the well known habits of Turks and Persians, and other dwellers in towns, are not aware of the numerous exceptions which exist to the general rule. Under the tents of the Arab and other wandering races, and not least where these have come in con tact with European civilization or corrup tion, the women often lead lives of far greater freedom ; they are admitted far more to companionship and equality with men, and they even occasionally approach the 'fast' style of modern' times, as far as the desert may compete with the boule vards. Such was the type—but we say it with all respect for her — of the heroine of our tale, the fair Ayesha. She belonged to a somewhat 'scratch' tribe, in the south of Algeria, which does not bear a very high character for purity of blood, nor (to speak truth) for the probity of its men or the prudery of its women: — the Welled-el-Blank we will call it, hoping to offend no su...

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MAIL SERVICE TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

?- Sit-,;:- ? . S^- . -. M&IL SERVICE TIME-TABLE. The following is the amended Time-table of the Indian and Australian mail service for the year 1868, as fixed by the Imperial Govern mant. OUTWARD ROUTE. ?: :?'.-:. : : : : : : :::::£ P Z% ? ' ? ? ? v s§ tO t* CO MWt^HtStStOH *73- c» 00 f--wciioc»-'»o:oo~SS3 ? ? ? : — — ? — ? ?? ? ? - .' ? i ? ^_ 05 2 a- . y»,2 ss £ £ 5^5 s?2.£ a? 5- -° P ^^r^S^^^ ? I ; g* : : : : : : : : : ! : : = s | ** i-'i-'i-'t-'tsototsissto ni O ?M -^«s oipsoicosoot-iES^ejiSf , . . sj Op lr-» 09 0-30--'-U'OO--'C-»0te-» J' =;». ??-?»?; M--= = ri-.;i Af f. ?'? :' l-«l-«--'l-ll«fc»tOtOtS r W S ' Sp ?'' ^s^g^^g.?;^ g. ;H. p-; :? p: -?? :?:? : : \ :- : T: ':' ? f; | ' '. : .?:' .-- -liin-i : = \ ^ | O CO OtQpOCOOSOO^-CiSCJl-^Or . -£5 : §:. I: : : : I \ i^:\ § ^ % : S°: . -:: : : : : : : : : : : -r B « - !--?-' !--?-' b9 to tO : J°:;' : : : : i :?::::: ? « g t© os v^ !-? 1-^ ts to to to *° ! I f i I ? : : i : : Mi f | 9 *$&&$&&...

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Agricultural and Horticultural FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND VIGNERONS' CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Revised by George McEwin, Esq., J.P.] THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

%$tmlhxi& Kifo^titimltviml — -►_ — FARMERS', GARDENERS', AND VIGNE RONS' GALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Revised by Geoige McEwin, E«q., J.P.] THE PLAINS. The Farm. — Ploughing should now be com menced in light earnest. ~ Sow -Cape .oats and barley as soon as you have any land ready, for they ?will come in for early fodder. Clear the land of stubble either by burning or casting it in for making manure, which is the most pro fitable. Finish thatching the stacks intended to stand the winter. Kitchen (3-abden. — Plant potatoes for winter crop; the kidneys are the best fo the plains. A small quantity of flat Dutch or lettuce leaf turnin mav be sown for the first crop. Get the trenches thrown out and manured for celery. Prepare the ground for early crops of peas. Sow Wood's early frame radish in shel tered spots. Flo web Garden.— At the close of this month bulbs may be planted. Head back roses of last year's budding. ~ Okchabd. — Gather fruit as it ripens, and support any overladen branc...

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THE CATHOLIC ORPHANAGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

THE CATHOLIC ORPHANAGE. Act No. 12, of 1866-7, gave power to the Government to establish reformatory and industrial schools for, neglected, desti tute, or criminal children. It also pro vided for the partial support of schools for this object, established and sustained by private contributions. Our Roman Oathblic- felldw^colonisfcs were not slow to ;avail themselves of the provisions of this Act. They commenced ah Industrial School at Walkerville, which proved to be : of : great -service to the Government when the state of^the children at the Grace Darling excited such general comment. A considerable number of the Catholic children were drafted off to the Institur tion at Walkerville,; which happily re lieved the pressure at Brighton. The Walkerville SchooLsoon proved to be too limited in its accommodation for the large number of children who sought its advantages, and'the Directors, having \ faith in the benevolence of the public, ; took premises in King William-streets south, wher...

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POULTRY REARING AND MANAGEMENT OF AN ORDINARY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

POULTRY REARING AND MANAGE MENT OF AN ORDINARY FARM. [The following is the conclusion of Mrs. F. Somerville's Prize Essay on this subject published in the 'Journal of the English Agricultural Society.'] DTJOKS. There are many varieties of ducks, but the two most profitable and best suited to the farmer generally are the Aylesbury or white duck, with flesh-colored bill, and the Rouen, which should be exactly lalra the mallard in feathftr. thmi&h TriurOi larger in size. Both kinds are equally good, and gain great weight, if properly bred and fed, and well supplied with, water ; they wiH weigh 16 or 17 lb. per couple at eight months old. In breeding for the market, ducks are best hatched urider a common hen, and kept off the pond, they thrive better without access thereto, and are fit for the table at eight weeks old ; but those intended for store should have plenty of water, and be pro vided with a house, furnished occasion ally with straw, and nests prepared, and if regularly...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

TEE NORTHERN TERRITORY. Oneof the uppermost subjects in the public mind at the present time is the Northern Territory ; and the question, ,** What do the Government intend doing with it ?' is to be heard on nearly every hand. Captain Cadell has returned, and we presume that his report has been laid before the Ministry, who no doubt will at once consider it, and soon make known their, :' long promised policy respecting the Territory. The subject is no easy one to deal with ; and it may be expected that whatever decision the Government arrive at, will cause dis satisfaction to some. The Northern Territory landholders are at present divided into two parties — those who wish their money returned with interest, and those who wish to have the land surveyed and allotted. Now- there can be no doubt that the latter plan would be by far the most satisfactory to the community as a whole, and best calculated to maintain the credit off the colony ; but many people question whether the work could...

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COTSWOLD SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

v ? COTSWOLD SHEEP. The Cotswold sheep are, perhaps, the oldest distinct breed in the country. We read of them in history at an early period, when neither Leicesters no South Downs were thought/of,. and we may gather some idea of their value from the fact that they were considered suitable presents for kings, Edward IV. sending 20 ewes and 4 rams to Spain. . The suitability of the soil and climate of the Ootswolds for the growth of wool may be one cause of the early and rapid development of . sheep in the district. Tacitus informs us of Ciren cester that a fuller was allowed to hang out his cloth to dry, and we learn that later on this small town had two market -days in the week, one for corn, &c, on Monday and one on Friday for wool, for which commodity -Atkyns, in his 'History of Gloucester shire,' states it to be the greatest market in England. Large flocks were kept on the hills, and the chief wealth of the country was derived from its wool trade. The term Cotswold is a ...

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SCAB RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

SCAB RESTRICTIONS. A deputation of gentlemen, consisting of Messrs. H. T. Morris, J. H. Browne, Grant, 5. Williams, MP-i R; B. Smith, and /C. Sabine, have just waited ,on;the Commissioner of Crown Lands to ask him to issue a proclamation prohibiting: the importation of sheep from. ' 'Victoria to this colony until the Wicto rians could show a clean bill -»f health. It annears that a flock of 20.000 sheep which were recently dipped in Victoria, but which have since passed through an infected country, have crossed tlie Border, and are now. en -route' tor ths :Nor9i-West Bend. It is felt that as our libcksin this colony are now free from; disease, it is not right that they should be subjected tocontagion bydoubtf ulflocks coming from another colony. .The re-, quest to prevent importation is not intended as a protective measure; to our squatters, but only as - a necessary sanatory precaution .which in the interests of the ^solohy ought to :bA observed. Just as the New South Wales and Que...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

NOTICE is hereby given, that by deed dated the twentieth day of Feb ruary, 1868, CHARLES SHEPPARD, late of Norwood, now of North Adelaide, Surveyor, CONVEYED and ASSIGNED all his ESTATE and EFFECTS unto ALFRED ADAMS, of Norwood, Gentleman, and JAMES EDWARD MARTIN, of Adelaide, Gentleman, as Trustees ; for the benefit of bis Creditors under the provisions of Division VL of the Insolvent Act, 1860, and such deed has been executed by the said trustees, and is now lying for inspec tion and execution by the creditors at the office of the undersigned, Penn. Chambers, King 'William-street, Adelaide. Dated this twenty-first day of February, 1868, W. B. BUNDEY, -dx Solicitor to the said Trustees. ^JOUTH AUSTRALIA. — In the *J Supreme Court.— Between THOMAS ELDER, ROBERT BARE SMITH, and WILLIAM RANSOM MORTLOCK, Execu tors, and ESTHER ELIZABETH BISHOP, Executrix of the last Will and Testament of JOHN BISHOP, deceased, Plaintiffs, and Andrew james Murray, Defendant : TWhereas an ACTION has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 22 February 1868

flBC^^.^3 During the Wool jSeaBOn, and ?HHr tali further 'notice, the Steamers LUBRA and ROYAL SHEPHERD wll make WEEKLY: ^D^QfiS between PQR1E fADE LAIDE ana;K«BT AUGUSTA, leaving Port AdeMdei every; Saturday and Port Augusta —T**1*; J.Da£#ENT. IGrenfell-Btreet, October 28, 1867. xc ]\yf R KIDNER, HOMCEOPATHIC lrJL PRACTITIONER, 9, Dorsetta-terrace, flinders-street. ConHultationB from 9 to 12 a.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. xtt* ; F~E L I X McLA R E N , AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, Murray-street, Gawler (between {he OH Spot . and the Post-Office). Goods Sold, on Commission. Properties Valued, a3id ?--.'- Sales attended dn any part of the country. ' Prompt settlements may be- depended on. Gawier, February 21, 1866. xo T iO U I S L T& Y , JLi XitCjEHBKD SDSVBTOB, XiASZ- ABB COMMIS tAPUNDX. -r Agencies at Auburn, Clare, and Riverton. N. B. — Architectural Designs Prepared. Money to Lend on Freehold Security^ xc SCOTT & LITTLE, Agento, ? PORT ADELAIDE. ? WHEAT SOLD or STOR...

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