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THE DeLESSA PIONEER SUGAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE DeLISSA. PIONEER SUGAR COMTANT. A special meeting of the DcLiisa Pioneer Sugar Company was held in the Town Hall committee-room on Tuesday afternoon, May 10, to consider the desirableness of increasing the capital of tbe company by tha issue of new shares. There was a large attendance of share holders, and Mr. G. Scarfe (ohairman of the board of directors) presided. The Chairman explained the reason why the directors came before the shareholders to aBk for more capital. In the prospectus issued by Mr. DeLissa it was stated that although the capital was to be £10,000 he did not expeot it would be necessary to call np more than £6,000.' It waa not to be supposed tor a moment tnac in m&Kiug cuac statement Mr. DeLisea wished to misstate facts, but be tad evidently forgotten to take notice iu bis calculations of many expenses that were likely to crop up. Til. DfcLissa hod done good nrd licueet work for the cumpany. (Rear, liccr.) Whatever he had done he had done very well and...

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TABLE IV. POPULATION IN DISTRICT COUNCILS AND HUNDREDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Table rv. Population in District Councils and Huxdbkds. Persons. Name o£ District. | ? j_ j_!_ Total Corporations as I above, table I. ? 86,797 48,602 44,195 Aldinga ? 665 316 349 Alexandria ? 145 67 78 Alma Plains ? 996 535 461 Angaston ? 20211 950 1071 Belvidere ? ? 1050 527 523 Brighten ? 1282 665 617 Belalie ? 762 424 338 Canrabelltowr; ... _. 1469 732 737 Clarendon ? 1556 804 752 Orafers ? 1074 563 511 Dalrymple ? 890 484 406 East Totrens ? 1817 1012 805 Echunga ? 1413 786 627 Flarman's Valley ? 211 105 106 Green's Plains ? 616 344 272 Hanson ? 440 231 208 Julia ? 254 127 127 Kapunda ' ? 1622 796 826 Kondoparinga ? 945 4S4 461 Lefevre's Peninsula ... 2289 1078 1211 Light ? 826. 417 409 Lucindale ? 399! 219 180 Maccletneld ? 83 1| 412 422 Mount Bryan ? 224 129 95 Mount Gambier East ... 1486 755 731 Mount Gambier West ... 1208 611 597 Eiunro Para East ? 535 282 253 Munno Para West ? 2121 121G 1205 Blyporga ? 283 148 135 Marracoorte ? 1392 773 619 KuricotpB ? 8149 1098 1051 PaiaWi...

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TABLE III. NUMBER OF DWELLINGS AND BUILDINGS IN CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Table in. Nctbeb of Dwellings ako BuiLDntss rs fInn'pm?ATTOWS. 1881. Ocrpcrations. 1876. Inha- LS^'s-Sl,, M blted- bited g | ? |O =- Adelaide ... 6S24 6,937 1,023, 59 8,019 Brighten ... 124 138 16- 4 J58 Olare ... 213 227 211 1 249 Gawler ... 383 360 42 2 404 Glenelg ... 321 462 61 21 544 Goelwa ... 118 1S4| 12 — 146 Hicmarsh ... 683 1,346; 93 13 1,452 Eapunda ... 471 453i £8 — 541 Kadina ... 442i 323 83 1 407 Kensington and Norwood ... 1,345 1,884 122 38 2,14t Moonta .. 442 264i 147 1 412 PortAnguEta... 146 220 6 — 228 Sirathslbyn ... 197 153 21 2 176 Unity .. 317 1,089 SO 61 1,240 Wallaroo ... 461 338 47 — 385 Burra ... 552 523 35 _ 557 Port Adelaide 507 533 53 2 588 Jamestown ... — 198 59 — 257 Mt. Gambier ... — 442 14 — 456 Port Pirie ... — 174 76 2 251 Yorketown ... — 65 2 70 Totals ... 13,82516.362 2.1113 209 18.6S4 Note. — Churches, institutes, sehoolhouses, stops, &c., in whioh no perssn slept on the night of the 3rd April are included in the column ' Unoecupied.'

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SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. LONDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. London, May 4. Arrived : rrom ueeiong — Asterope, barque, sailed January 5. From Sydney — Soukar, 6hip, sailed December 19 ; Resolute, s-hip, sailed January 5 ; Ben Nevis, ship, saikd January 16. From Adelaide — Alice 1'latt, ship, sailed January S. From Brisbane — Ramsay, barque, January 14. From Launceston — Westbury, barque, sailed January 14. From Auckland — Wanganuij ship, January 13. London, May 4. The following is the correct version of the mutilated portion of our message of this date. Arrived: From Melbourne — Avenger, ship, sailed January 22 ; Drum lanrig, ship, sailed January 20; Granite State, ship, sailed January 27; Ellora, barque, sailed January 31; Parthenope, ship, sailed February 4. From Port Augusta — Monaltrie, ship, sailed January 10. From Port Victor — Richard Parsons, barque, sailed January 21. From. Hobart — Wagoola, ship, sailed January 20. From Launceston — Laomo, sailed February 1. From Chalmers — Piako, ship, sailed Feb ship^ Ja...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

COLOKIAL TELEGEAMS. VICTORIA. fFiom our own Correspondents.] Melbourne, May 0. Sir. tserry naa pror&isea tno patronage ot the Miiiittiy tor the benefit to the family of ilr. { Fred Coppin, en the 11th. Tte man Oolley and the girl Lewis Ere hbi\ piogreeaiBg favorably. The latter is stilt in a very weak state. Damage to the extent of £500 or £600 has been done at the Post-Office through a tap Slaving been allowed to run early ou Wednesday morning. Judse Gape has quashed the canvictiaa sgainEt the msn John Smith, for having Indo ctnt pbctogrsphf, stating that many pictures at the Eabibition were equally immoral. lhe CcmmiGHioner of Customs received a telegram, this morning, from the secretary of the Highland Railway Company, requesting him to deliver the Ferret to Messrs. Woolley acd Co., their agents. Flour, £10 &b. and £10 10f.; wheat is quoted up to 5s. the report of the Torpedo Board has been published. The board directed its inves tigations to two points — to ascer...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES. rFrom one own Otn.iCBPflnflqnt.3 Svdnav, May 6 G. B. Dibbs wDl be liberated this evening, taving patted one year in gaol for non-payment of oasts in the slander case of Shepherd v. Dibfcs. He has worked four hoars a day a£ bis lathe, and turned oat some thousands of u-tful and fancy articles. He reesived 3.000 visitors. The money would have been paid by his friends, but Dibbs refused to allow it. He says in his diary that the time has passed with marvellous rapidity. Mr. McKenzie, examiner of coalfields, has inspected the ground en wnica tnetortihcationa are being erected at Newcastle, and has found that '.here is an old coal shaft underneath. He has telegraphed to Colonel Scratohley and the colonial architect, as he thinks there is danger of a collapte. Sydney, Ma£7. Ibe export of eoal for the part week from Newcastle amoanted to 85,341 tons. Mr G. B.. Dibbs was released at 6 o'clock lasts night. He was confined in the Darliaghnrst Gaol teoaase of bis refusal to li...

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NOTE ON CHAPTER III. MR. PENNEFATHER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NOTE ON OHiPTBE in. Mb. Penhefatheb's Opikiok. A dispute having arieen in 1619 aa to the right of the corporation of Kilkenny ta levy a certain toll on oats, Mr. Pembroke 'and others on whom the toll was levied brought an action against the corporation, and in February, 1820, a case was sent to Mr. Edward Pennefather to advise proofs for the defence of thd corporation, as the case was to be tried at the earning spring aesizes.' The instructions for pleading given to Mr. Pennefather on behalf of the corporation con tains the following information : — ' 1687. King James II. in the thir J year of his reigo, granted a charter to the City of Kil kenny ; and though it seems to hsve been of an ample and extensive nature, yet it appeara from from the corporation books to have been only acted upon for a space of aboat two months. ' On the 24th December, 1687, it appe&n that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to said charter, swore the Mayor and Recorder, named therein, at the ...

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MAGISTRATES' COURT—MOUNT BARKER. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. [Before Mr. T. J.S. O'Hallesan, S.M., the Hon. J. Ramsey, J.P., and Mr. D. Chapman J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

IMAGISTBAHS' GOtTBTV-HOUftr BAfiKBfi. Tuzsdat, April Jfl. (Before Mr. T.J;S. O'Eralle»aBrS,M;j the\Hon. J. tEamtay, J.P.,;and Mr. D. Chapman, J.P.J Bijghtv. OttCBPHr. — maim ter-«52-Mr-saeap , sold and delivered. Mr. von Douata for 'plaintiff, and Mr. Gordon for- defendant, who pleaded not 'indebted. A lwge *mouat«f «vUtnbe was -taken «n both sides, *aod a verdiot eventually , given for 'the amount clakned.the ) . bencb strongly ^commenting upon the evident, nntrtathf ulness of teveral of tbe witnesses for . the defence. - - Police v.GABLAND.—Breacbaf lights. Fiaed ?EdPMSBVBtfl. v. BAMoskb. A wi»Blt. There., -was ialBo»'crt-ssinf»rmationiagaiost Rouusevei 1 for usiwgejbnsiveJaBguageet UnaasM'timoaaa ' place. -Mr. von ©oussa for-the defendsntiiMr. ' Gordon for complainant. It eppeare&fromthe evidence th6t on tbe oeoahion of an acoident r*er coraplainstoV'srhouse, and at which a man -was supposed -to -ba -kiUed, -tbe defendant - ' ddminitted tbe -aswult oomptoind of, Msoks sei...

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RESIGNATION OF MR. DILLON. London. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

RESIGNATION OF MR. DILLON. London. Mav 4. It is rumored that Mr. John Dillon, who has been arrested by the authorities and put. in gaol on a charge of using seditious lan guage, will resign his seat in the House of Commons as one of the representatives for Tipperary. His arrest is almost univer sally approved of throughout the kingdom, and tbe authorities are commended by most sections of the press for the steps they hare taken.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES. [From oar own Correspondent.! Sydney, May 12. The Bulletin libel case is proceeding. The evidence of the occurrences at OLontarf on Boxing Day is disgusting. The barristar for the defence complained that one jury man was questioning the witnesses in each a manner that he could not shut his eyes to the fact that he was partial, and that he bad come to a eonoluaion before hearing tbe defence. A slight passage of worda between the judja, barrister, and juryman occurred, daring which tbe judge remarked that he was not as tonished at any one being dubious of such Bcsaes occurring at picnics, for he always thought they were conducted so well that he expressed horror at the revolting revelations. A fire occurred on the premises of Mr. J. J. Curran, -wholesale grocer, George-street, early this mcrsing. A weatherboard etora attached was destroyed. The naiia store is insured for £12,000. An anti-Chinese meeting was held at New castle last night. Three hundred and seventy acre...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. WILMINGTON. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

C0UNTBY TELEGRAMS. ^ _ [Ttom our on Correspondent*.! WILMINGTON. M^t 9 At the Farmers' Association meeting held 1 lit night* various speakers complained ©J the in justice done to tbe farmer, by tha land ia the inifoofthefarmingdistrictbelngaedioatedtothe BdiaeationCouncilwishaut being offeredfor cam petition. It was decided to bold a meeting on Wednes day next to form aa. agricultural andhortionl tural society. VI0r0BHABB0R,Mayl2. AmnUoonngBmeotof wool camedown to-day last night the police arrested a aitn at tbe Jnman, giving the name of Francis, who has been seen wandering about fer the last fort night in the scrub. He was in a bad state seemingly, being half starved, aid hating dis located his ankle. He is being cared for by tha polios.

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EARTHQUAKE IN TURKEY. London, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

EARTHQUAKE IN TURKEY. London, May 4. .an eartnquaire shock nas Been ieit in European Turkey, at the town of Volo, situated at the northern extremity of the gulf of the same name in Thessaly. The place, which is a seaport with a consider able trade, has a population of about five thousand people. Many of the buildings of the town were severely shaken, and the in habitants were thrown into a state of great alarm.

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THE INUNDATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE INUNDATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. London, May 4. The inundations in the State of Mis souri, caused by the overflowing of the Missouri and -Mississippi rivers, by which an immense amount of property has been destroyed, and tbe safety of the inhabitants in the low-lying districts endangered, are reported to be subsiding. Several families have been completely ruined, and many years will elapse before the damage done to pro perty can be repaired.

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[REBUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] THE NEWMARKET SPRING MEETING. London. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

XBEUTEieS TELEGRAMS^ THE NEWMARKET SPRING MEETING. London. Mav 4. Tbe following is the Tesult of the race for the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes run at Newmarket: — The Duke of Westminster's Peregrins ... 1 Mr. M. P. lorillard's Iroguois ? 2 Mr.M.J.E. Kean'«DonFulouo ? 3

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THE IRISH LAND BILL. London. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE IRISH LAND BILL. London, Mav 4. The debate on the Irish Land Bill was resumed in the House of Commons this evening. The most important speech was made by Sir Stafford Northcote, tne leader of the Opposition, who powerfully attacked the measure, and denounced in strong language what he termed the Communistic tendencies of the Government. The debate was adjourned.

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THE LOSS OF LIFE ON H.M.S. DOTEREL. LONDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE LOSS OF LIFE ON H.M.S. DOTEREL. 1 idNTHW. TVfftw A. The official returns show that eight officers and 135 men were killed by the ex plosion on board JELM.S. Doterel, at Sandy Point, Straits of Magellan.

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GREECE AND TURKEY. ATHENS. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

GREECE AND TURKEY. Athens, Mav 4. Although the difficulties raised by the Hellenic Government regarding the details and conditions under which they accept the terms finally submitted, by tbe Porte for a settlement of the frontier, are not yet over come, preparations are being made for the occupation of the new territory by Greek troops. Three army corps are now under orders for tbat purpose, and are expected to maxcli in the direction of the Turkish fron tier in a few davs.

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The following telegrams appeared in our last week's Late Edition THE ACCIDENT TO H.M.S. DOTEREL London, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

♦ Tht fdHomng tdtgnm* apptarei in our Ust WccJc'iZLatt Edition 1 — {SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.] [From oar own Correspondent.] THE ACCIDENT TO BLM.S. DOTEREL. London, May 4. ±he newe of the disastrous accident to Her Majesty's ship Doterel, in the Straits of Magellan, o'n April 26, by which the vessel was destroyed and nearly all on board perished, has created great sensation and regret throughout the United Kingdom. It is probable tbat a public subscription will be started for the relief of the widows and families of the men who were killed, and the Government are likely to assist in the movement. Full particulars of the accident are not yet to hand, but it is sup posed that the boiler burst, and that this caused the explosion of the magazine.

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] THE BARDLAUGH CASE. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

? ?» TSS7TTES8 TJBLSGSAM8.1 THE BRADLAUGH CASE. Loxdox, May 10. Curing the sitting of the House of Commons to-day Mr. Bradlaugh again entered the chamber and demanded that he should be permitted to take the customary oath. His presence being brought -under the notice of the Speaker, the latter ordered his immediate removal by the Serge&nt-at- Arms, and Mr. Bradlaugh was accordingly ejected by the officials. An order was then issued by the Speaker forbidding Mr. Brad laugh to enter the precincts of the House of Commons until such time as he shall formally engage not again to disturb the proceedings of that assembly.

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HIGHERCOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

HIGHSRCO^BS. MayS.— Present— Ors. W. H. Ind (chair). S. Sebn, -and G. W. Bibbert. Boutins basiaess. TaiionB works completed and iuprogresa. Ke «eiptf,-Sl Is.; psjmentE, £31 83.

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