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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] ROBB T. MANN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

lafe §&$&%. SUPEEMB COUET— CIVIL SITTINGS. Ebidat, April 8. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] BOBB V. HANK. The Attorney-General said he regretted thst negotiations for a settlement (which had been going on since Tuesday) had failed. Mr. Patterscn's evidence continued. By Mr. Grucdy — Have heard the cexatruoticn of the breakwater detailed by witnesses, and have alto oeen the mede pursued when at the words. Have examined the plans made by Messrs. Le wortby and Stewart. The tow shown on the plans varies in length iu the different sections. As an eagiceer I think the slope in area F represents tbe flope assumed by the material tipped from the barges. This slope extends for some 70 feet outside the point at which the barges were u?ed, and b«s in many instances ssnumed &u in clination of about 4 in 1. Considering that the tow ia under water tbe variation in slope in attributable to the action of the wares. By Mr. Symon — I ssy the slope extends 70 feet beyond ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

A deputation waited on the Commis sioner of Public Works (Hon. G. C. Hawker) on Tuesday, April 12, to endeavor to obtain a new stopping place on the Nairne Railway between Government Farm and the Crafers Summit station. Mr. W. K. Wigley handed is a memorial signed by 103 landholders and resi dents in the immediate vicinity affected, and laid before the Commissioner a plan of the country, pointing out the spot where the pro posed platform should be erected. He smid the owner of the land would offer no objection, but on the contrary, would give arjy land re quired to make a convenient place of call. He explained that a greater number of persona would reap advantage by the station proposed, and that without it it would be impossible fur them to make use ot the railway. Mr. Clement Babine endorsed the remarks of Mr. Wigley. He knew the spot, and although unaware whether the gradients as at present laid down would permit of the trains stopping exactly where indicated, he thought that as ...

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CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Sat. The annual meetings of the Ooagregations.1 Union of South Australia were commenced at tbe Stow Memorial Church, Flinders-street on Monday evening, April 11. At 6.30 a devo tional wrvitse was held, in which several minis ters took part, and at which there was a small attendance. At 7.30 the business meeting of the eonnflil was oommenced. Tbe retiring Chairma» (Ur. Augustine Stow) introdseed tbe chairman elect (tbe Bev. Thomas Hope), and wished bim prosperity during bis coming year of office. A vote of thanks to Mr. Stow having been proposed by ?in aev. «-?? vr. via*, nwuuw vj ac*. \J. tti* thorpe.and carried by acclamation, Mr. Stow retained thanks, and the Bev. F. W. Oox oSerad prayer. BOEL OF OBLIGATES. The following delegates from the various dis tricts answered to their names : — 8tow Meoocial I Church, Bevs. W. K. Fletcher, MA, andC. j Hall,Meurs. D. B. Adamson, O. J. Holder, J. S. ? Btuekey, K.Stuckej, A. Adam^on, W.O.Hwrifi, ...

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THE WALLAROO ELECTION. Wallaroo, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TEE WAIX4.ROO ELECTION. TBy Telegraph.] [From oar own Correspondent.] Wallaroo, April 11. Tbe election was very closely contested at Mocnta, and when the box was opened it was feend tbat Hr. Fmner was at the head ot the poll with £63 vetes, while Mr. Pater came next with 456 ; Mr. Eeaglehole had 445, and Mr. Rom 406 votes. Bight- bundled and thirteen electors have voted at Afoonta. The scrutiny has been adjourned till 1.30 p.m. to-morrow. Wallaroo. April 12. TfrA nrratinv xrns resumed t.liiH mr-rninff and completed, resnltiDg ia the return of Messrs. Bosf, Furncr, and lieaglehole. The total number -who voted was 2,0S2. The nuaber who voted at Wallaroo was 250 ; Kaeina, 457; Moonta, £13; Kulpara, 01; Bdithburgb, 57; ArdrossaD, 30; Fort; Victoria, 25: Warooka, 25; Kalkabary, 22; filaitlerod, 113; Yotklxjwn, £4; Miulaton. 61; Stansbary, SO ; Curramulka, 24. The plumpers were, for Bwglebole, 109 ; Furner, 15; Pater, 95 ; Boss, 55. At Moonta Beaglebole got 76 plumpers; Pater, 52 ; Boss, ...

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DEATH FROM NATURAL CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

DEAIH FROM NATURAL CAUSES. An inquest; was commenced on Friday, April 8, at. tbe hospital, by the city coroner (Ur. T. Weid. J.P.), on the body of George Htlouey, ftho ciei at the hospital ou the 6th inst. Air. David Webb was chosen foreuion of tbe jnry. After viewing the body an adjournment had to be made to the Supreme Court Hotel, owing to Dr. Werd being eugaged as a witnesj at tl* Oriiciual Sf-ssioup, aud unable to attend tfckeu; — 'i'tcmss Ms.lr-r.ey, a plasterer, eaid tbe body in tue ocsdhcuse was tfcat cf tia brother Gs-orfce DtL-e^hed bs-l ueen kuocking about in tCi- l:n=h ici tio past 2i) .\ears. Saw him alive Jiti about » forruiybt seo ; he was unwell ibeD. Be ytbs .1 eobtr laau, but suifcred from a liver tLinjilaiijE. His age was 41. He hud no boai ut.s that witness knew of in Clarendon. Sarah Ann Slace said shs bad known the dtceaeed for about twelve yean; he was a strong njsD, snd worked en stations. Last Tues day week be left her lodgings to go to work at Nsirne,cnd sh...

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THE SECOND BATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE SECOND BATCH. The election of members in the three addi tional districts of the Burrs, Wallaroo, and Albert, took place on Monday, April 11. Sub joined will be found fuller particulars of the voting :— THE BUKBA ELECTION. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Barra, April 11. Election day has passed off amid considerable excitement. The polling commenced at 8 a.m, and a steady stream of eleotors poured in all day from early morning until the time of closing the poll. The supporters of all the candidates and the various canvassers worked hard to secure votes, it being thought tbat the voting at tbe Bum woald have a considerable effect on that of tbe whole distriot. Towards the middle of the day matters got very exciting, end every effort was put forth by the various canvassers to induce some wavering ' free and independents' to vote for the 'right man.' When the poll closed it was found that 410 electors had recorded their votes, and great anxiety was manifested by a larg...

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BURNSIDE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. MONDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

BTJENSIDE LOCAL BOAIiD OJ? HEALTH. MoNDil, BlAScn 28. Present— All except Hr. Oleland. Mr. Wiekins granted an estenBion of time to erect bis botue at Bastwood until April IS. la t pectcr's report as to sanitary condition of dis trict use satisfactory. Inspector suggested that when the new Eleujbteriug licences are beiDg issued no licence sLculd be granted uclenstbe flio» are cemented in tbof e cases where the slaughterhouses are oat of repsir. Adopted.

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THE STANLEY ELECTION. CLARE, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE STANLEY ELECTION. FBy Telegraph.1 [From our own Correspondent] OliAUB, April 11. oir. at. x'. Montgomery aauressea a well* attended meeting of electors in the town hall to-night. He thought the time had arrived for an alteration in the constitution of the Legis lative Council, as well as in the Lower. House, jn the latter of which an increase, to fifty-two members was necessary, and he would advocate tbat tba district of Stanley should either return four members ot be divided into two different districts returning two members each. He was ? tharonffh nDhokfap of thn rlnnferinA nf f ?**- f.r*ri» With respect to the land laws, he woald ardently support aBy measure that would have for its interest the welfare of the pastoral and. farming community. The farther expenditure ef public moneys on such an abominable system as the narrow gauge railway be would strongly oppose. He was not an advocate of payment of members, but sympathised with the idea, and proposed that the country member...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MA HLN E BOARD. TirrfiSDiT, Arnu. 7. Pruscf.t— Ctp'.sin R.. H. Fersrusaa, S.S. (prc Mdei.;;. Osplnii, J. V? . S-iiuV., J.*1., Mr. ..'. Fv-riij!';. , ai.ti Gsiitaia McCoy (eardtii^i, uail the stcr^tnVj (Jlr. T. E. S:c-j;ueasj. 'i'Le i'lijitiruKT draw ^tttjiti'Jri to p-& error v.l.ici; had bttii mails: bv one of ttie -ia:ly ;;a;i.'.s ii.i-j.s-tiT) iu rtyoiiics ibe prcccedinss ofVae liri u.'- tiiL'j;. It bs-i lietD «i-;de to appear this TLe Xiei-.n^rtr bad ordered tho rcdiiciion of the light coef, vrlereis tLe who!e ij'resduc was dis cii-r--d t'.ii the Older made JuCibiiitt. The TrtatreEr ic rtferetce to 'Webster &JQo'b. letttr (which had teen referred to him by the board) asking lhat ihe icnercjlonisi steamers tame couceetioDE made- to them with regard to light dues as wire granted to the P. & O. boats, ttated that be could nob recommend the board to compy with tbe request, as the fctcaisers alluded to (&ob liny a&d Otwaj) oom pettd with the reg...

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MEETING AT MILBBOOK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MEETING AT MILBBOOE. A meeting of the electors of the District of Gumeracha was held at the Milbrook- Hotel, Milbroot, on Wednesday afternoon, April 6, to hear the views of the candidates for the repre sentation of the distriot in Parliament There were about £0 electors present. Mr. 3. Tippetb occupied the chair. Messrs. W. Haines, 3. BorasEVBU, and S. Tomkissok addressed the meeting, the two former giving what appeared to be satisfactory accounts of their representation, of the distriot in the past, and all critioising the Government policy, and expressing their views oh matters of general and local importance. The candidates were well received, and a vote of thanks was acoorded them.

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THE CUSTOMS DUTIES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

AP&r«joia. am&sbw aouxa. mua. Stattrrenl sbswiivg tlie Basloini daUes p»U iu Sooth Amtraiis hi TB79,ana tbe amount that vooM bmxe*eeap«d & tned cm the bin* oT tbe Kew Soolh Walts tariff; *l«o showing thB tariff for eacb coioty. tbst of Saath Anstealm btirg mtnttonrf &»t. For convenience ssfce ne'tsre emitted ehillicgs snd penes, but hs7e tx\6t-\ a pconfl wLere the diUIicgsaasaint to 10 or crer : — S A.i»- N. 3. trs'is. Wa'.ii. A rpafl and flops 13 P c. — t:ta ... ? £23,* X S;l Arrowroot, Id. Ih - tree ... 49 Nil liicon 2-i.lb.— 2d. 1b. ... l.i.'i £'.,203. Etef iu pickle, !0 l-c— fice ? 31 Nil Blar.ktts. 10p.c.-fri-e ... 1,7«» Nil Blue, 13. lb— Id. in. ... 432 432 BootF. thc«£,i«-d uppers, ice, 10p.c.-frte ? 10,435 Nil Brashwsre. broshec, acd co&bB, 10 p.c — free ... 1,2 »9 Kil bandied pee!,2d.lb.— ld.lb. 61 31 Candk*, Id. lb.-ld. lb. -... 4,93i 4,9}4 Canjjovens and covers, 10 p.c.-free ? 28 Nil Csrrowayeeed8,2d.lb.-f«e 118 Sa Cbeete.2d.lb.— 2d...

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THE HISTORY OF THE FORTNIGHT. London, February 25,1881. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE HISTORY OF THE.F0RTNIUHT. - TFrom our own Gonetpondent.] ( london, February 85, 1881. * ( The, great matohbetween TT-tnl«n and liayoock, wfcich fittingly wound up a singularly jsveptfdl ( aquatic season, has a paramount importance as , demonstrating that tne OanaSian has attained n perfection in the Art of seulling whi«h seems bevondthereachofanyof his rivals, and it is further interesting as jshowinpthe ?onndnen of i the principles upon whioh modernathletic train- , ing-js . oandueted. One of tbe chief causes df ' disappointment at the unavoidable postpone ment of the race was &e chance that the men, then in the best of form, might get below par in ; the interval. Anfl assuredly they must have made the beat of their (opportunities on the un familiar element of salt water, and most ha endowed with magnificent constitutions to have maintained their splendid condition. Xaycock, especially ,as a native of -a sunnier aone, oould hardly have been expected to come out soath le...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL AT SYDNEY. Sydney, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

AEBIVAL OF THE 0A.LIF0RNIAK MATT. AT SYDNEY. {Rotter's Tdtoramt^ Sydney, April 9. ? Tne Australia, from -Ban t^ranciauo, kas ar rived here. She left that-pert on March 13, and - Hocomlu Atarch 20, where the found that the City of New Fork,* rom Auckland March 1, had not Arrived. She kept a look- out from the mast head for ihe rest of tbe voyage, bnt saw no sign of her, and arrived at Auckland April 4, and - - left at midnight.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

GEHBEAL.S0MMA£5'. . London, Maroh 13. A serifs of terrible shipping disasters took ' place en the -Aberdeenshire coast on Afaroh 5. ' Several vessels were wrecked, and 100 lives last. - The Liverpool ct»p'Scn Ehydding was -among - the number, and thirty people periihedon board . within eight of land, the rookst Apparatus being ? nnsible to reach the vessel. The revued Jfew .Testament will-be published by .the University Dress in'Mav next. -Mr.TroueVs life of the late Mr. Oariyle has ' tad a great run. Stany notable persons are re ferred to in -the book, A Fenian lodge has been discovered in .Lan- . seabite, where«nns were secreted. ' ' ' TbeXenten Pastorals issued by IrishBomsn Catholic bisnops earnestly warn tbe -people : ??gerort joining Illegal eecret ^societies, -while '- ?strongly expressing sympathy ?Kith -thehrtriajs. . The I«*e Mr. Thomas -flarfjle-fceoueathed^i» , J-umfziee£lare.as1»ia.to:*fc«Cniven^Df.Kaia- , hnrgh for ,fcunj3ingBurBariesin^ielexailty of j .'arts. ? . ' . ...

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OUR MAURITIUS LETTER. Mauritius February 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

OT3E MAURITIUS LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.! Mauritius February 22. I am slad to be able to dispatch more favor able accounts from our island by this oppor- _ tunity. We have latterly exoflrienced remark ably favorable weather-on the»agar plantations, ' and it is believed that the next erop will be an ' abundant one in coxue qnence. Sut at the same time tie fact must not be lost sight of tbat we - have still at least another month te pass through before the itland can be said to be safe from visits ol hurricanes. We have had two narrow escapes from these scourges since the '?becinninz of the «velana nmntlu- mi\A ? en -each occasion our -unfortunate neighbor* - at Eennion were .considerable sufferers. : Our monthly mails reached this an the 4th ; instant (one day before they were expected) by tbe Mestagerits Maritimes steamer Dupleix. Tbe only -news to band of importance to this colony is that the Messageriee ^Company, .assisted by a large subsidy from ihe French ? Government...

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OUR GERMAN LETTER. Berlin, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

OUE GERM&N LETIEK. [From onr own CorrospoadenWJ Berlin, February 13. The 18th of January has been celebrated throughout Germany as the 10th anniver sary of the proclamation of the German Empire in the Palace of Versailles, A decade is a short time in the life of a nation, but the last ten years have been a momentous period in the history of the German people ; and although Fatherland has not succeeded in everything it desired, many achievements have been gained of ?whicha people might be justly proud. We have now a usiform army and navy cam weight and measure, a uniform code of law, post and telegraph system, a common foreign representation, one flag ami one Parliament — ail gained -within ten short years. If with these undoubted acquire ments -we had more political liberty at home, and a greater measure of commercial freedom in out own country and abroad, we might be envied; but still even as it is Germany may consider itself lucky to have gained eo much, which will remain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

Deferring to a new industry at Mount Ge.rr.bier, the Sauth-Eastern Star remarks:— ' Tfce success or otherwise of the experiment in connection with milk-condensing under the new process now being tried at Mount Gambler , will soon be ascertained. On Anril 1 the ap pliances were all in good working order, and a start was made under the management of Mr ©liver Cooper. It is expected that canning operations will be proceeded with as rapidly as possible, and the market tested so as to judge whether it will be advisable to extend opera tions. A good supply of milk has been pro mieed, and as soon as green feed springs up there will be no dificulty in keeping a mucks larger plant than the present one in fall work. Bii.ce tte above was written, we have been ?Down a sample of the milk in its market able state. It is pleaMntto.thetiste.and we believe it it just the thing for the Murray Eiver trade. A^quarrtfty of it is already picked ia cans ready for transit' ^S^ It hut besauid byan -eminent ...

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The Elections. THE FIRST BATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

%\t fedimts. THE FIRST BATCH. The first batch of elections for the new House of Assembly was disposed of on Friday, April 8, when the electors of East, West, and North Adelaide, Vest Torrens, the Strut, and Fort Adelaide were called upon to select their repre sentatives ia Parliament for the next three 3 eats. In almost all of these districts*, close con teat was erpected, while special importance attached to the elections for Bast Adelaide and the Start, as upon these latter de pended the return or otherwise of two surer (Hon. G. S. Fowler), and the Attorney General (Hon. J. H. Simon), respectively. In East Adelaide Mr. Fowler was vigorously opposed, but he succeeded in obtaining his re turn by a respectable majority, although Mr. Bray was placed at the ton of the pall. In the Start Mr. Townsend secured tbe largest number of voter, and Mr. Symon was also elected, but the contest was a pretty close one. Mr. Kingston and Mr. Fraser carried the day in West Adelaide ; Sir. Parsons in N...

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EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

EAST ADELAIDE. The election for East Adelaide on Friday was alike tbe most exciting and most momentous contest of that day. Its interest did not arise fiom there being a specially large number of candidates in the field, because as a matter of fact there were only just sufficient to make it necessary for the 'free and independent' to record their vcteB; but although only three gentlemen sought the suffrages of the electors, xnucn real importance aepeuaeu oa Due question what two of the three the voters would boner with their confidence. The fact that one of the candidates was tbe Trea surer of the colony (Mr. G. S. Fowler), and that both of his opponents, Messrs. J. O. Bray and T. JobnEon, came forward pledged to do their best for the defeat of tbe Ministry to which he belongs, sufficed of iteelf to confer on the election more than ordinary moment. Both Mr. Fowler and Air. Bray previously represented East Adelaide, and during the lart Parliament both of them were popularly supposed ...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL, SITTINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Andrews.] Sir. Stuart prosecuted for the Crown. AGGRAVATED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

SUPREME OOtTBT— CRIMINAL SITXtNGS. Fkiday, Armx 8. [Before TTia Honor Mr. Jnrtice Andrews.] i\ir Stuart prosecuted for the Cro ira. AGGEATATED ASSATXT. George Sly, who was convicted on Tfanrsday, ipril ~7, of assaultins James Vickary, and inflicting grievous bodily harm on him, was bi ought up for sentence. Witnesnes were brought to prove the previous good character ot -tte prisoner. Sentenced to two yeirs' imprison ment with hard labor. JTotiora Dunn, alias Miller (40), pleaded not gi illy to a charge of feloniously and wilfully tilling and elsj ing one William Frederick Cuff e, at Adelaide. The evidence for the prosecution was to tbe effect that the mother of the de ceased, who was *t the time of death eleven months old, was married to a man named Botre in February, I860, but he left her three weeks ^afterward* , and on April 16 a child was born, Which the called Ouffe, that being her maiden msme. The child was put out to Burse, first «»?th a n.w»ii nttmpH Thamirm an«1 aFfjir Trar...

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