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SEIZURE OF THE FERRET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

SEIZURE OF THE FEURET. fFrom the Melbourne Age of May 10.1 Oaptain Wright and John Wallace, alias Walker, were brought before the City Court yesterday. The former was charged with threatening to shoot Mrs. Byan, forging a ship's register, and altering a ship's agreement; while the latter was only charged with forging ? ship's register. They were remanded till next Saturday, to appear with Henderson. The Chief Secretary received a cable message yester day from Oolonel Pasley, the Agent-General, in reply to the message tent to him advising the capture of the Ferret here, and requesting him frtAnnimnniinfA witTi +T10 ntvtnaf* anfhA*iriAa 4k*% the subject. Colonel Pasley states that he had accordingly sees the Crown agents for the Oape Oolony, and through them informed the Cape Government ot the eircunutanees of the detention of the vessel. He also placed himself in communication with the Brazilian Legation hi London with the same object, and both were making enquiries as to the names n...

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OUR WEST AUSTRALIAN LETTER. Perth, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

OUR WEST AUSTRALIAN LETTER, Perth, April 27. The general complaint is the paucity of news, and were it not for the arrival of the Rob Roy from the north-west I fear that X should have been at my wit's end for infor mation. The return of the Bob Boy has brought to us the latest account of how things are progressing at the north-west. The want -of rain has been sorely felt about Cossack, and feed is very scarce — so scarce that unless the winter rains soon set in serious losses will occur to the graziers in that part of the colony. The Kimberley district is better favored; die feed, is rainy pienurui, and tnere is abundance of water. A new disease has broken eut among the horses at the Murchison. The animals lose all energy, in fact they seem to be suffering — if the word may be used — from melancholia; they are for ever, rub bing themselves against trees, and, if any obstacle is in their path, they will not turn aside, but deliberately attempt to walk over it, not violently but in a ...

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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. [Before Messrs J. Varley, S.M., J. Boothby, J.P., and C. von Bertouch, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

XjOCAX. OOD&T— ADELAIDE. . 'Wednesday, Mas 18. [Before Messrs J. Varley, S.M., J. Boothby, J.P,, and O. Ton Bertooon. J.P. A town auctioneer's licence was granted to William Leicester Addis. W. F. Fagah v. Biacjcleb.— £50, assessment of demsges. Mr. Smith for plaintiff, and Mr. 33. F. Downer for defendant. tfaiatu? alleged that be handed over to defendant two valuable greyhounde, and he promised to take proper care of them for plaintiff. Defendant, instead of properly caring for them, behaved so negligently that one of the dogs was lost. When he applied for the other dog be was told that it was given him to get this dog, which he obtained, and de fendant refused to give him up a dog which he claimed ae kis which was still in defendant's pos ee«ion. Defendant pleaded that the dogs were presetted by plaintiff to his (defendant's) son, end that the dogs were never in bis custody. He £ad sever received any payments on aooaunt of the dogs. The dog which plaintiff claimed as one o...

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THE LOSS OF THE TARARUA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE LOSS OF THE TAKABUA. The New Zealand Herald of May 2 has a lengthy acoount of the wreck of the a.s. Tararua at Waipapapa Point, but the bulk of the infor mation has been anticipated by the telegrams There are, however, some particulars of the search made for the bodies, whioh we append : —Captain Angus Cameron, the marine super intendent of the TTnion; Company, landed at Boat Harbor, o2 Toitoi, on Saturday morning, and made a thorough search of the beaoh, as far bb practicable, from end to ena. He states that at noon on Saturday he observed the points of the Tararna's bowsprit (and mizen-maet sticking out above the eurf. The wreck appears to be a mile off the shore, and on the north side of Waipapapa. On proceeding along the beaoh Oaptain Cameron collected the survivors of the passengers and the crew, with the exception of tfr. Iandaay, the chief officer, who wag, it waa presumed, searching far bodies along the beaoh, and with the assistance of Mr. Drenton, whose station he arri...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, MAY 13. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

POIIOE COUfiT— ADELAIDE. Feii.-at, May 13. ('Before Mr. 3. Beddoma. P.M.! Zcicis fFolke, laborer, was charged with in iTcliEg grievous botiilt harm on George Charles Schilling, at Norwood, on May 7. Mr. He wit sen from Mr. Kingston's office defended. A vitnees saw 'Walke strike Schilling on the head vith&Epade. Blood flowed immediately, and Echillirg fainted. Mr. Bailey, of Norwood, surgeon, deposed to examining Schilling, and Ceding a contused wound on tne forehead on the right Bide. . There was also bq incised wound on the back of tbe head. Schilling would be able to appear in a week. Eem&aded for s week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Xaylor Brothers* Karavilla Cocoa Taylor Brothers, Iondcm, , having the exclusive supply of this ranivaUeii Cocoa, mvite «m-r«Ti«iY»i ?with an other Cocoa for Parity— Sue Aroma Bmnntfye, Hutz tire, ana Sustaining power. One trial wiU establish it as a favorite beverage for trcskfast, luncheon, and a toothing refreshment afteralateevenlng. Forfavor ble opinions see 'Standard,' 'Morning Post,' a British Medical Journal,' *c, to. Taylcr Brothers' Homoeopathic Cocoa.— This original preparation, which has attained such a world wide reputation, is manu factured by Ifcylor Brothers, under Che ablest homoeopathic advice, aided by Hip nlrill and exparienoe of the inventors, and will be found to combine in an eminent degreethepnritr.fine aroma, aai nutations property of the fresh nut Taylor Brothers' Soluble Chocolate fa *nnflft in one xxuxmts iritlioizt txjfling* Taylor Brother*' Karavilla Cocoa Essence, or fore Soluble Cocoa.— This exquisite production will supply a want long lelttoy cocoa d...

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Intercolonial. OUR NEW SOUTH WALES LETTER. Sydney, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

IttefltaM, OUB NEW SOUTH WAXES L.ETIER. fFrom onr own Correspondent.! Sydney, May 5. After a considerable lapse of monotonous dullness, that was only relieved for a short time by the volunteer encampment and naval sham fight during Easter, a fresh, excitement here has been created upon the subject of ' Chinese invasion.' The enor mous number in which those not very de sirable colonists have arrived amongst us during the last two or three weeks appears to have again roused a feeling of apprehen sion similar to that of last vear. when a Bill to restrict Chinese immigration was passed hastily through the Legislative Assembly. Upon that occasion it was thrown out by the Legislative Council, the majority of the members therein opposing both the principle and the de tails, and objecting to the measure also as being passed in a panic. The latter -new was singularly strengthened at the time by the fact that almost contempo raneously with the introduction of the Bill there was an entire cess...

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OUR MAURITIUS LETTER. Mauritius, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

OUR MAURITIUS LETTER. Mauritius. March 30. People here are beginning to lament the want of rain, and I fear there is but too muoh reason for anapprehension.pretty generally entertained, that our cngar crop will be a short one, pro bably 20,000 tons under what would be con sidered a fair yield ; or, in other words, the island will produce £500,000 worth of sugarless than what is made in moderately good years. On the other band it may be said that the cyclone months have now nearly passed, and we have escaped this fruitful source of damage. It seems to be an opinion very generally held here that the sugar production of the colony has in prosperity. It is to be hoped that these are pessimist view*, but I give them as they are openly expressed by many of our old planters. The French mail company's steamer Godavery arrived here with oar monthly mails fromEorope, India, &c, on the 2nd instant, bringing us news of the death at Seychelles on February 34 last of the chief civil commi...

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THE UNIVERSITY BOATRACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

IHE UNIVERSITY BOATRACE, [From the PaU Mall Gazette.'] The Oxford crew have won the boat raoe of 1881, and justified the odds laid on them, ex travagant though they seemed. During the night the wind had shifted to about eaatnortb east, and at 6 o'clock there was nothing more than a gentle breeze; but as time wore on it in creased, though daring the raoo there was muoh less wind than there has been for the l»st fort night. At 7.45 the Cambridge crew put off from the Leander boat-house for a paddle up to the half-mile post, and, having satisfied them selves that their boat and oars were all right, returned and disembarked. At 820 they were afloat again, and made their way to the starting point— two skiffs moored just below the Star and Garten Seven minutes later the Oxford men appeared, and having won the toss took np their position at the Middlesex station. During the last few days of practioe the Cambridge crew have been rowing with a wind-sail fitted to the head of their boat, but ...

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EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR AT ROCHESTER. Rochester, Monday overing. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

EXTRAORDINARY AKFAIR AT ROCHESTER. fFrom the Melbourne Anna of May 10.1 Bocheater. Monday avening. A mrP'^'*1 affair, to which muoh mystery at present attaches, occurred at Boohaster West on Saturday night or Sunday morn ing. About 1 o'clock yesterday morning a young *'*' named John Jamos MrcOftH arrived at the police station in a great state of exoitemsnt, with nothing on but his shirt, and reported that ? man named Hugh Lavery had attempted daring the night ta murder him, first by poisoning him and theft by shooting bun, and that in self defence ha bad wrenched the gun from Lavery and . 1,:M .mmv 4-I.a V.__;l *mth tlia MAab aI mUOK ??'?? HIV HUB 4JWOU IIII1U VU0 BlWA «A it three or four times, felling him sense* - less to the floor. Constable Kilfeddar and Constable CKeefe at once proceeded to the hut, a two-roomed dwelling situated about four miles from the town, where the oc currence was said to have taken place. On their arrival Lavery was not there, but they discovered evidenc...

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CHUrCH OF ENGlAND SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

CHUBCH OF ENG1 AND SYNOD. Tbe annual meeting of the Church of England Sycud of the Diocese of Adelaide was com menced on Tuesday morning, May 17. A*. 11.30 a.m. a communion tervice was held at St. Peter's Caihedta), at winch the Very Sev. Dean RuBftll, B.D. - Vicar-General), assisted by a number of other clergymen, officiated. There was a fair number of communicants, and af tar tbe saoramant bad been administered the Vicae Gfkeeal, in the absence of the Lord Bishop through ill-health, read the State of my Health.— It has pleased Almighty God in His wisdom and goodness to visit me in my seventy-ninth year with sickness, aad to render me incapable for tbe last sis months of taking sn active part in my episcopal duties. After tbiity-three years of labor, mental and bodily, sb well as of aaiiety, lesV, by the adap tion of false principles and faulty arrangements, or by mistakes in personal conduct, the great and responsible work of setting in order from its beginning a diocese of the Ca...

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MURDEROUS ATTACK ON A TROOPER AT KINGSTON. Kingston, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

[MURDEROUS ATTA-CK ON A TEOOPER AT KINGSTON. Kineston.'slBV 16. &i-!cEitzra1y Bpd murderous assault was com mitted near Kingston early this morning. Trooper Fearce arrested a man named Robert Jcbiietcn en a charge of supplying liquor to tha blscks. Tbe man proceeded quietly for 'about two roilts, when he got off his horse and refused to proceed ss; further. Trooper Pearoe dii mounted and threatened to put tbe handcuffs on him, on which tbe man consented to go quietly. 'While Kr. Pearce was in the aotof remounting Johcfton attacked htm with a targe knife, ttatiblog him in the back, and while he was in tuts £c& vi utienuuig aimsejr, line iroopera hands were hacked so fearfully that he was usable to uee bis revolver. He, however, grappled with tbe miscreant, who then stabbed him in the abdomen, go that the bowels pro troded, in tbe left breast, the head, arm. and - thigh. Fearce fell exhausted, and the mas bavirg turned the trooper's hone lowe and emptied his revolver, ...

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Rcligious. WESLEYAN GENERAL CONFERENCE. THIRD DAY: FRIDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

^Mm&. WESLEYAN GENliRMi 00N tERENCE. Third Day : Friday, Mat IS. The section having been opened with the usual devotions, toe daily record and minutes of the previous day mre lead. Tha Revs. F. Ijujgbism, F. Toit. and Mr. Hardy (all of the New South Wales Conference), and Messrs. Warncck and King (of theVictoria Conference), took tfceir seats in the Conference. The £evs. J. H. Fletcher, Dr. Kelvnack, and Mr. Hardy, were appointed a committee to prepare an address to the British Oonferenoe ; and the fievB. W. H. Fitchett, F. Tait, and Mr. Baddtutury, to prepare an address to the Canadir.li Conference. ±ce itev. w . money, an ex-presiaeu » 01 me New Zealand Conference, was appointed to act in the Confeience in place of the presi dent, the lateBev.J. B. Kichardsun, until the arrival of ex-President lee. A committee oa ministerial interchanges, educational institutions, &c, was appointed, consisting of the Eevs. F. Tait, B. Sellore, W. Jj. Binkt, J. Bickford, and H. Boll...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. AUBURN, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

COUNTRY TELBGftAMS. [From our owe O jrree-jondeate J AUBUBN, May 17. Intelligence has reached here that Anttnrry Hillary, formerly a resident of this plaoe for many years, was found dead this morning near Bhjnie. A lecture was given in the Bible Christian Church last night by the Rev. J. A. Boras, oa ' Bnelahd's Iron Duke.' and was fairlv attended by a highly appreciative audience. Ibe lecturer was frequentlj applauded. The Eev. J. Eo«e presided. A unanimous vote of thanks w&s given to tbe lecturer and the choir for their cervices. Police-trooper Bushel], who succeeds Mr. Stewart, has arrived. Mumps are very prevalent here. BALiKL4TA,M«yl7. Joan Buckle was to da; charged before Mr. Chas. Heard, J.P., with attempting t9 commit an nnatural offence. A prima facie case was Blade ont against the prisoner, and he was com mitted for trial at the next sittings ol the Supreme Couit. BTJBBA,Mayl3. Mr. William Wollaoott, an old resident, died suddenly this afternoon about 4 o'clock. He...

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ACCIDENT TO H.M.S. BACCHANTE. Perth, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

ACCIDENT TO H.M.S. BAXJCHA.NTE. [From our own Correspondent.] ? . Perth, May 16. H.M.S Bacchante arrived at King George's Sound on Sunday. Mr. Loffcie, the Govern ment resident at Albany, telegraphed to His Excellency the Governor yesterday as follows — 'H.M.S. Bacohante, with the Boyal Princes on board. Lord Ohas. Scott commander, arrived this afternoon at half-past 3 o'clock, and came to anchor m the outer harbor, nmr P/tinfc P^._ eession. Her rodder is disabled by an accident which ooenrred 800 miles south of this pot The Bacchante parted company with the ie mainder of the squadron on tha 12th inst, having arranged to rendezvous off Cape Otway on the 18th inst. Captain Bcott thought he could effect all neoessary repairs in a few aayg wits a little assistance from here, but unfortu nately it has been fontid unavoidable to unship tie rudder and tend it. I aatll go out in tbe morning per steamer Bob Boy to wait on the prirines, after -vnioh the Btcchante will be lowed iuto tbe Princ...

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INSOLVENOY COURT. APPOINTMENTS. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

INSOLVS^OY OOTIET. AFFOJimiEKTS. Monday, Mat St. Final hearings— Samuel Oalmer, of Norwood, labsrer ; Edward Bsrnke, of Adelude, barman ; Henry Cox, of Port Adelaide, licensed victual ler; Boberfc Jamiessn, of Portland Estate, laborer; Feed. Priestly, of Kent Town, mason: Wm. B. Holmesby, of Adelaide, painter. Ad journed final hearings— 6. & H. Bennett-, of Adelaide, cattle salesmen; Fredk. B. OJdham, cf Gladstone, farmer ; Alfred Boutell, of Gum fcowie, fanner. First hearings — Waddell Brothcre. of Norwood, biscuit bakers; Ol&us Batbern; of Wirrabare, teamster; Bernard McMally, of Lower Light, farmer.

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Law Courts. INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 17. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Ua& ferte. INSOLVENCY OOUKT, TcESDiY, Mat 17. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.! Ik ee WrtLiAM Bothtvbix Olivee, of Ade laide, Timber Merchant.— adjourned final hear ing. Mr. Wadey for the insolvent; Mr. Bray for Mr. H. K. Fuller, a creditor; Mr. J. W'. Downer, Q.O., for Messrs. Levi, creditors. The accountant reported :— ' The books are balanced and the schedule is only waiting till an account is obtained of tbe realisation and collection of the estate by the secured creditors, without which tbe schedule iB of no value to the assignees.' The hearing was adjourned till Jons 7, in order that the schedule might be filed. Ik the Matter of J. T. Harttoobnb, of Hiudmareb, Tanner, now a prisoner for felony, tihoee final hearing took place recently. ? Air. i. C. Bray, on behalf of the Commercial Bank, made an explanation with respeot to some com ments made by His Honor at the meeting on the alleged carelessness of the bank, whioh 'as unrepresented. Mr. Bray pointed out that His ...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

am/ t- % it amy t 4U3 PiTTCC fTi I ITf^ /law LkPk A review is to be held at Montefiore TTiU en the Queen's Birthday. The total amount collected on behalf of the McCarthy relief fond was £1,067 19s. 6i Messrs. Stilling & Co. hare been informed by wire thet the Ouzco left Plymouth on Saturday, May 14, with 180 tons cargo for Ade laide, and 235 passengers for Australia. Mr. B. Honey, the owner of the ketch Mimosa, has received a telegram informing him that this vessel, sbout which »me anxiety has been felt, arrived safely at Eobe oa Wednesday morning. A. youne man named Thomas Littleton wm admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Tnea ? day. May 17, Buffering from a severe injury to his left band, which -was caused by it being caught in a £team taw at the Nairne Railway vmkB. Messrs. J. Stilling & Co. have bsec ad ?rfBed fey telegram that the mails per steamer Orient, via .Naples, which left here on the 14th April, st 9 o'clock p.m., were delivered ia Lon don early on Tuesd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

We are informed that' in complianca with a request of tbe South Australian 'Weeleyaa Conference the missionary committee in London is tending two ministers to this colony. They weie to 'sail in the John Elder on the 27th April, and may consequently be expected to arrive about three or four weeks hence. 1ST A SzBairoB AXsoscnassca. — A country* - man who 4ad not been in Adelaide tor -20 yearfe resolved to visit the city and eee for nimmlf , amongst other things, the far-famed Bbrseaad - ? Eider on top of SnieHaw^sOlothing-and Tailor* Jng Esteblifchroent, Hindley-Btreet. Beqtnriag asnitof clothes he naturally went inside Shier- , law's eitenBive premises. Imagine his feutprlse - and delight to find -amongst the crowd of boar purchasers an old neighbor and ?bipmate: -: Ha * sow advises everybody wishing to meet old ? aequaintaboeB'to go to -Shierlaw'ff Tailoring and. ' Olotninc Depot fcr tfaelr -sotiiing. -4za— . - Eppb'bCoooa.— GEATKPmAiroOoKPOBmira— wByathoronghkndwleaB«oftheiiatttra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Epps's Cocoa. — Gbajefoi, akd Com- fobtuto. — 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful applioation of the One properttw of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables wifli a delicately Savored beverage which may save -u nany heavy doctors' bills. It ia by the judicious toe of such article* of diet that a. oomfctuttoa nay bs gradually built up until strong enough to retbt every tamdency to diseue. Hunfeedj of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack whenrertttoc is a weak point. WamaywcapeiuoyafatalahaftDykeeijing ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.'— ' Civil Barvisa Gantte.'— Made ?imply with twOing water or milk.— Bold oaly in fufatalaballsa 'Xuos Ens * Oo_ Homo»pathie Ghemtat*, IiOBSon.'— Also maken ox Bppe'B Choco UteBtMnoafomttaBuwBiiM, xUfcias

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