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[Before Mr. Justice Boucant.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

r [Before Mr. Justice Boncaut.l Sir John Downtr acted an Crown Prosecutor. Tbf fine of £5 infiictfcd on Charles Painter for non-attendance as a juryman was remitted on the ground that he was entitled to exemp tion sb a volunteer. R. While pleaded not guilty to a charge of unlawfully obtaining from the Wertheim Se wiDg MacbiDe Company one sewing machine, value £10, by means of false pretenoea. Mr. T. S. O'HaUoran defended. Sir John Do wn*r. in bis opening, said tbe prisoner was a csnvasser for Wertheim, and that his duty was to bo from house to home and solicit orders. On January 30 the prisoner gave him an agreement for the hire of a sewing machine purporting to be signed by Jane Wilson. Wer theim asked prisoner who Jane Wilson was, and prisoner informed him she was wife of William Wileon, of Logan- street, carpenter, acd on the faith of this representation he let prisoner have the machine, butthere was no J ane Wilson. He alleged that the person to whom piieoner hired the machine w...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAPH. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA; [From our own Correspondent.} Melbourne, April 4. Messrs. Dougharty, Son, and Parker, cattle salesmen, were today fined £10, with 10 guineas costs, for having a bullock in their saleyards affected with ulcerated lubercolosis and unfit for human con sumption. A daring attempt was made to-day by Richard Alexander, a remanded prisoner, to escape from custody. Upon being taken out from the Melbourne Gaol with other prisoners under escort he knocked some female prisoners down and got away. After a long chase he was recap tured, although not without adespeFate struggle. Upon being brought up at the Fitzroy Court the prisoner was sentenced to six months on the original charge. Thomas Langdon, late member of Par liament for Avoca, filed his schedule to day. His liabilities are £1,909, and assets £773 ; deficiency, £1,135 A commencement his been made with the erection of the north-east wing of Parliament Houses, the tender of Mr. John Pigdon, at £16,599 for a bl...

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SUICIDE AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SUICIDE AT WILLIAM 3TOWN. Referring to a recent sad case of suicide at Wiliiamstown tbe Melbourne Jjnibi Tdtamph cf Thnraday says:— Mr. Gantlier, the district coroner, yesterday held an inqaeat npon the bedy of Bennett Percy King, the yonne man who cut his throat with a razor in a bedroom at the hotel early on the morning of ths dthinst. Evidence was given by Richard Sparks, de scribing himself as an engineer's laborer, to tbe effect that he slept in the same bei as the deceased on the night of the 8th fed that be woke at dsrclisht. Deceased sot wA of bed and returned, but the witness did cot see him take any tiling. Another occupant of the room, named WiUianfson, however, imme diately afterwardsobeerved there was something the matter with King, and witness shook him by thefhoulder, bnt received no answer. Then noticed there was blood on the -bed, and called ont that he had broken aitlood vessel. Other evi- . 5 deuce went to show that on the previous night ij the deceased was very i...

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THE CHINESE IN THE PACIFIC. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE CHINESE IN THE PACIFIC. fFrom onr own Correspondent J 1 London, April 9; In conformity with the recommendation of the Chinese Commission which visited Australia some months ago, the Pekin authorities have forwarded to the Powers interested a circular, proposing for .the better protection of the Interests o£ Chinese settlers the establishment of Chinese consulates in their Pacific terri tories. The Spanish Government have refused to give the required permission bo far as their own possessions are con cerned. The Wellington Evmitig Post says: — 'A few months ago we mentioned that the Chinese In Wellington had received a communication from the Emperor enjoin ing them not to enter into any business arrangements -which would tend to retard their speedy return to the Flowery Land should a proclamation to come back be issued as the resnlt of the differences of opinion which at present exist between the Australian colonies and the Government at Pekin on the subject of immigration. We no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Late Advertisements. RMEiygp too £ATB;goaCfcAHaaioAno«. 'VI OT1CE.— The AJSNt JAL MKETING JL1 of Shareholders of tbe WEST-E SD BUILDrNG EOCrETY will be held -at its office, Flludere-street (Verco's EuildingB), on THURSDAY KEXf, April 13, at 8 o'clotk p m. . , . . . ; 105,7x103 ? JOHN TANKER, Chairman. Business Notices, . tff!^J^!^__SE!SSJ fSTATIONERSTHBOUCROUTiTHEWORlPl PITT,SON3& BADGERT, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS Account sales rendered and proceefla paid on tte day after sale. BesultB ol Sales at Corporation Yards telegraphe* to vendor the same evening. Oommlssion and Guarantee, 3} per cent. Stora, Stock, and Private Sales, 2i per cent. OUB BUSINESS IN ISsFwAi OyEB TWOFinHB ? OP IHE WHOLE TRACE. ^Qg ASK for ttie biiuins ' ' Hofltag ft Spabgenberz ' Piano at Kuhnel'e Piano Warehouse, Pirie T; Btreet. ? \ ? x!93o fn H I BBS! B B A S D_ BURFORD-S 'SieNAL' SOAF. ? MecRcal, ? CARLSBAD NATURAL MINERAL WATERS are now Imported In bottles and used In treat ment of CHRONIC GASTRIC CA...

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AUSTRALIAN WINES AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

AUSTRALIAN WINES AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. m [From onr own Oorrespondentl ' liOHDON, April 10. The arrangements of the Victorian court in the Paris Exhibition are In aa advanced condition. Special arrange* ments have been made to give great rominence to the exhibit of Australian wines, and it is intended that this shall form a feature of the court. The wine kiosk, for which provision has been made in the Trocadero Gardens, will comprise a mo&t attractive portion of the Vic torian exhibits, and the Victorian Ex hibition Commission propose to sell the wines very cheaply with a view, of popularising them in France. The wines will be sold In three places, including the wine kloek.

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CALEDONIAN SPORTS ON THE OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

CALEDONIAN SPORTS ON THE OVAL. The annual sports in connection with the Caledonian Society will be held on the City Oval this afternoon. The secretary (Mr. Jno. Drummond) has worked with the greatest zeal to make the gathering what it undoubtedly will be, one of tbe moBt successful yet held. The arrangements made by the Eec retaty are most complete, and the two medals which are to be competed for are on- view at Messrs, Stevenson's, in Baadle-Btreetr These medals-^-one gold, the other silver — have been presented by Mr. AloysniB Macdonald, the chief of the Caledonian Society, to be competed for today, and are very artistic in design, They are round in shape, being surmounted by heavy scroll work, In the centre is the chief's crest with the motto, 'Per niare par terras,' which is Bunonnded by a beautiful wreath of the Scotch thistle, the background being burnished* giving a very pretty effect. The whole is suspended by the Macdbnald tartan frcm a clasp, with the words l% chiefs prize...

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STORMS AND FIRES AMERICA. LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

STORMS AND FIRES 15 AMERICA. m [From onr own Correspondent! London, April 8. Hewn has been received of disastrous stormB In the United States, the coastal states of Virginia and Maryland being especially visited. An enormous amount) of damage has been done to property in various parts of these states. The weather along . the coast was marked by extremely severe gales, and numerous wrecks are reported to have taken, place. - ? Several disastrous fires have occurred in the United States. xue mow utJBtrucLivt) uuuurreu -in - Savannah, a seaport In Georgia. No less * than 50 buildings were burnt, ihe loss of property being estimated at £300,000. In Dakota a train entered upon a Dinn ing prairie which was one mass of name. As the train proceeded the rails behind it were destroyed and the fire was also raging ahead. The driver, however, resolved to dash through ihe flames and take the chance of escape. A wild scene of horror took place as the ' : train rushed through the flames at top spe...

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FATAL LIFT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

FATAL tIFT ACCIDENT. A dreadful ctibaatropha happened at Cauieron's new Virginia toba*» f*ctoify«i Cooper-street, Surrey HiHt Sydney, aboatttalf past 4 o'clock on TJtorBday atfera^Sn, vrbea two men were killed aad another injured, Three men, named respectively William Arnold, Henry Terzy, and Frederick Haggett (trrites the Evening 2\'c?rscorreHpondent) were employed at the factory conveying several bags of fcob*eco leaf in the eteatn lift from the ground floor-*o the top of the building. They ha3 reacaad the top floor and had emptied the lift of ita freight, when Euddeniy, and by eome inexplicable ireaii?, the lift descended with a terrific crash, ' carrying the unfortunate fellows with it. j.un »c«ucuy waa Bomeuung tremenaous, and on reaolitsg the ba3em9nt the lift stopped with an awful crash. The lift was shattered iu ^11 direction*!, and the body cf Arnold lay among the debris. He waa quite dead, he head being mutftated in a ter rible manner, allowing the brains ti- -protrude. Th...

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT BOMBAY. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

DISASTROUS FIRE AT BOMBAY. fFrom onr own Correspondent. 1 London, April 9. A disastrous fire has occurred , at Surat, Bombay, which naa resulted in the almost total destruction of the town. Of the 90,000 Inhabitants 15,000 have been rendered homeless. Numerous fatalities have occurred.

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HAWKESBURY AUTUMN MEETING. [By Telegraph.] Sydney, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

HAWKESBURV AUTUMN MEErTNG. {By Telegraph,] ' ' ..' Syaegy. April 11. ?ice Autumn meeting of the Hawkesbary Race Clab was commenced to-day under favor .able auspices, the weather being cool and plea 6ant, and the attends ce fully tip to the average. The course was in excellent condi tion, and the racing was good, though devoid of exciiicg ficisheB. Results :— HURDLE EA02. About two miles. DtilWooL 11 &t. 5 lb. (McLean) ? 1 Parade ? 2 Orackeiran ? 3 Betting— 2 to 1 against Drilldool, 5 to 1 Cracksman, 6 to 1 Vacy, 10 to 1 others. Thirteen started, Drilld&ol drawios; away, won by half a length. Time, 3 min. 45 &ec, CLAEET STAKES, Five furlongs. Hen. Janses White's Rudolph, by Martini Merrimeut ? 2 Net» ? 3 Other starters— Mitre and Conceit. Betting— 7 to 4 on Rudolph, 4 to 1 against Merriment, 5 to 1 Keta, 10 to 1 others. Ere a furlong was passed Neta assumed the conamand, witb Merriment next, and then csme the favorite. This order was preserved to the distance,...

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BASEBALL. S.A. INTERCOLONIAL TEAM V. HICKS-SAWYER MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

baseball. S.A,TNTERcdLONia.t Teas t. Hicks-Sawiee I Minstrels, | A baseball match between the S.A. Inter- ! colonial Team and Hioka-Sawyer Minstrels waB played 01 the' City Oval on Thursday afternoon, in the' presence of a moderate number of spectators. Giffen was an absentee from the ranks of the S.A. team. Th9 Mm strei troop won, ecoring 16 to their opponents' ! 12 runs. The scores are appended :— ? sa. . ? hicks. ? I Runs. Bona. LycEe_ _ _ 2 J. Connor- — _ i Petiinger _ _ 2 Jfofinfoa _ _ 1 Wocda ~ - 0 Downs' -, .1 E\rere_ ., _ 2 Sayles- — _ 2 Bundle — — 1 E.Connor _ -2 Phillips - - 1 Speed- ~ _ 2 Sbawyer _ —2 Easton «, _ 0 Slisht.. _ — 1 Erans- _ _ 2 Bcuner «. _ 1. J.Connor _ _ 2 Total _ ..12 Total - - 16 S A. Intercdlonial Teanii 1—3-0—1—2-2-2—3= Hicke-Sawyera, 4-2-5—1-0-0-4=16. The adjourned meeting of the Goodwood Baseball Club was held on Thursday evening, when the following officers were elected :— Patron, Mr. J. G. Jenkins, M.P.; president, Mr. W. F. Stock. M.P.: vice-presi...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

[?] Tfce following ace the eatrisa and handicaps for the Auburn Easter Monday Sheffield Handicap of 135 yarda:— P. H. Roberts, 2 yards ; A. P. Field, 18 yards ; W. H. Gray, 15 yards ; E. Linkson, 16 yards ; B. Pit^avay, 17 yards; T. Ashtoo, 17 yards; A. E. Jack son, 17yaids; C. A. Laugrehr, IS yards; J. Hcgbes, JS yards; B. Ashby, IS yards: F. Hams. 18 yarda; W. S, Denni3on, IS wai-ds; G. V.7. Home. 19 yaids ; Michael A Kfa.a 20 yards ; P. J. Currea, 21 yards. '

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STRATHALBYN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

&TRATSALBYK RACES. The follcwica ara Ms. Seary Hughes'a han dicaps for the races to be held at Strathalbyn on Apiii25:— n&:'D!CAT HT3DL2 I! ACS. One mils and a h%lt. „ . fct.lb. Bt.lb. Ba titer _ _ 12 9 Daybreak .. _ 9 8 Saxoa _ _ 12 7 Em'lJa _ .,9 7 Simpleton „ „ 10 8 Eveninz Star _ 9 6 EirUrcar. _ ? _ 10. 0 8t:!«a~ _ _ 9 3 Eefaahsr _ _ & If: Queen .. —90 Iria _ _ .. 9 10 IIAKDICAP FLAT MACE. One and a quarter mUe=. Ivaohce ._ .. 9 L Britannia _ _ 7 Backer _ _ 8 11 (simpleton _ ..7 3 Vanity _ _ S 7 M? lUsai _ _ 7 0 Mem- Scul _ _ 8 5 j Eaiiia „ _ 0 9 Acselmo _ _ 7 10 1 f-TssT'jEcnifiv:. About tcree tn!ie=. PcorLa=3 _ _ 11 4 1 Iris .. _ _ 9 10 Svceep _ _ 10 5 J Zooka _ _ 9 .10 6tt;hrk(Jack=0iirs) 10 2 Toby.. _ _ 9 7 Crusader .. _ 10 0 Qucea — _ 9 7 Cocfidtcce ... 9 12 EELMSO RACZ. Threc-quartars o? a mila. S!moaPure_ _ 9 8 KIU-if-1-Can _ S 7 Fai.'y _ „ 9 6 Kias Sirch _ _ & i Dtfama _ _ 9 0 Minnie Paloier _ 8 0 caisy „ _ 9 0 1 Eruiier _ _ S 0 StiUcn _ s...

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YATALA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Y AT ALA SOUTH. Apiil 1.— Present — All, but Or. M.orna. Wni. and B. Cox signed contracts, Nob. 2 and ?, on mam toad (thrown, up by S. Burfocd), at 5s 9d. acd 4s. ll^d. per yard, Rleasra. Hart Brothers wrote re fencing to bridge at Dry Creek: not granted, as it would cut oS the water from the public. W. Short' s tender was accepted for plastering council chamber, at £13 18b. Receipts, £55 10a. Id. Payments General, £60 17s. 2d.; and main road?, £L57 133. 2d.

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANKERS AND PELLMONGERS' GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL FROEUCE. TANNERS ASD FELLM0NGEB8' GOODS. Bones, £3 4s. ; hoofs and knuckles, £8 ; Blvank boneB, from £6 to £9 15s. ; hides, best heavies, in Clean condition, 3d., medium 3d. to 34d., light 3d. to Sgd.; hornB, up to 28s. ; calfskins, id. to 5d. per Ib.; kangaroo eidns. Is. 6d. to 2s. 6d, per lb,: tidns, 3s. £d., 2e. 7d.. le. lOd.— April 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

A meeting of the South Australian Coloni sation Society was held in the reception room of the Town Hall on Monday afternoon. There was a moderate attendance, and the vice-president (Mr. Hiram Mildred) occupied the chair. The Rev. A. Honner said he thought it would be desirable to present an ad dress from the society to his Excellency the Earl of Kintore shortly after his arrival here. He bad read the speech which his lordship made in addressing his tenantry in Scotland, which showed that he took great interest in immigration, The earl had said that Australia was a splendid country, end all that was wanted was population. The Hen, G. W. Cotton, M.L C, thought the Colonisation Society . and the Homestead League might combine their forces and pre sent his Excellency with a joint address. The Cbftiiman agreed with this, bat Councillor Grnndy asked if it would not be better to write and flBk Lord Kintore to become patron of the society. After some discussion Coun cillor Grundy moved — ' ...

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RETAIL PRICES. MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

RETAIL PRICES. MEAT. Beef, 4d. to 8d. perlb.; mutton, 2Jd. to 6d. per re. ; pork, 4d. to Sd. per lb.; veal, M. to Sd. per lb.; beef sausages, id. per lb.; pork da. 8d. per Ib.; Iamb 2s, 6d. torequaiter, 3b. 6d. hindquarter.— April 11. DAISY FR0D0CB. Butter, Ib. lOd.to 2s. 2a. per lb. ; eggs. Is. 6d.to le. 8d.; bacon. -is. per lb.; lard. lOd. to le.per Ib.; cheese, le. to.le. id. per lb.— April 11. FRUIT AND VEGETABIiBS. Beet, id. per bunch ; carrots, 2£d. pet bnnoh ; cabbages, 4d.leach ; celery, 6d. per head ; cress, Id. . per bunch ; leeks, 4d. per bunch ; lettuce, lid. each ; onions, Ed. per lb. ; parsley, Id. per braoh ; parsnips, 2£d. per bunch; peas, Ss. per peok; sweet melons, 2d. per lb. ; water melons. Id. per Ib. ; pine-apples, Is. each ; fpotetoes, 2d. per lb.; radishes, Id. per bunch; turnips, Sd. per bunch ; swede turnipg, 2£d.'' per bunch ; almonds, 9d. per Ib. ; cooking apples, 3d. per lb. ; eating apples, 4d. per lb. ; quinces, 3d. per lb. ; Barcelona nutui Is. per lb...

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WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WATKRLOn. Aptil 6. — Present — Chairman, and Crs. Harris and Edgelow. Mr. J. Phillips wrote re charges for maintenance in Waterloo pound ; charges to be Is. per day. Mr. E. Janson re state of side drain north of his slip panel ; to stand over. Mr. C. Hentschke applied to have well fenced at Mr. J. Evans's ; to be attended to, also well near Mr. W. Aughey's. Tenders accepted— Contract 74, A. Parish, £17 ; 75, J. Schullz, £15 17s. 6d.; 76, W. Pritchard, £12; 76a, M. Cluan, £14. T. Pritchard to be allowed £2 for repairing ford between 204 205, and overseer to inspect creek between 258 2E9. Receipts, £72 2b. 6d. Payments— General, £2? 16s. 6d. ; and main roads, £39.

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Correspondence. (For other Correspondence sec page 5.) A MEMORIAL TO THE LATE DEAN RUSSELL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

€om0prm!bttti& [For other Correspondence sec page 5.) A MEMORIAL TO THE LATE DEAN RUSSELL. TO THB EDTTOB. Sir — It has been determined to erect a stone pulpit in St. Paul's to the memory of the late Dean Russell. It will coat in all some £79, of which £60 19a. 9d. is in hand. About £20 therefore is required to make up the requisite sum. Will you allow me to appeal through your columnB to any of those who have not yet had an opportunity of oontribqtinK to help, and to eay that any sum for this purpose sent to me will be gratefully acknowledged I—I ami JOHN W. OWEN, St. Paul's, April 8. 1889.

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