South Australian Government Gazette 1869
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (1866 pages)
Year: (1869) 2008
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia
Government Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians and researchers in other fields throughout Australia. They were published by the government as a means of communication to officials and the general public and therefore contain information that is of great use in establishing an image of the colony of South Australia and its people in the past.
Issued weekly with occasional special issues, the South Australian Government Gazettes contain information such as proclamations, land transactions, court notices, notice of acts, public notices, tenders contracts, appointments and resignations, bankrupt and insolvency notices, impoundments, police auctions, unclaimed letters, storekeepers and publicans licences, rewards on offer, inquest verdicts, persons found dead in public places in the colony and more ...
Issued weekly, the Government Gazettes contain many thousands of names and places mentioned every year, and contain information from a whole cross section of the community. This product provides a great tool for researching the history of South Australia, making information that is difficult to find, easily accessible on one CD.
Names of Contractors for Supplying Forage to the Police Department During the Year 1869 [partial extract only]
Adelaide - William Crossman, Unley, hay and straw; John Darling, Adelaide, oats.
Angaston - John Wilson, Truro, hay and oats.
Auburn - J.S. Duncan, Woodville, oats; Joseph E. Bleechmore, Auburn, hay and straw.
Blanchetown - John Wilson, Truro, hay and oats.
Callington, Alexander McDonald, Newton, oats.
Clarendon - John Darling, Adelaide, oats; Charles H. Hardy, Clarendon, hay and straw.
Clare - J.S. Duncan, Woodville, oats; E.B. Gleeson, Clare, hay and straw.
Echunga - John Darling, Adelaide, oats.
Fowler's Bay - John Darling, Adelaide, oats; T.P. Jones, Glenelg, hay.
Gawler Town - C.G. Roediger, Gawler, hay, wheat and straw.
Gumeracka - S. and H. Dawson, Gumeracka, hay and straw; Henry Giles, Mount Pleasant, oats.
Guichen Bay - John Darling, Adelaide, oats; Thomas Gelsthorpe, Middleton, hay and straw.
Returns of Persons who have died (or been found dead) in Public Places [note, only one example has been transcribed here]
Name of Person: William Clemowe
Date of Death or When Reported: December 1st
Description of Body: Between 60 and 70 years of age, stout build, 5ft. 6in. high, dark complexion, hair grey. Circumstanced attending the decease, of finding of the body: The deceased was found dead in the cell at the Police Station, Gawler at half-past six o'clock a.m. on December 1st. Was arrested at half-past seven p.m. for stealing a watch. H[e] appeared quite well in health when taken into custody, and did not complain.
All information received by the police: Inquest held before R.J. Turner, S.M. Verdict: - Died from natural causes. I have been informed deceased has friends in Helston, Cornwall, in England. The deceased was a native of Truro, and a saddler by trade.
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