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SUPREME COURT—DE LUNATICO INQUIRENDO IN CHAMBERS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
SUPREME COURT— DB LTJNA.TIOO 1KODIEENDO. In Chambers. wednesday, april 6. fBefore His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] SK TUE MATTES OF DENIS MC3IAHOK. KATE OF UABBIDT, FABMEE, BUT JTOW AN INMATE OP TWE. ADELAIDE LUNATIC ASYLUM, A SUPPOSED rrKATIC. ' Mr. Kcsbit appearel for petitioner; the allf&ed lanatio was not represented. In this case the supposed lunatic had been a well-to-do farmer, leridiug at Narridy, and *tout twelve months ago first began to show signs of uuponsdness- of mind which waB ren dered manifest by strange demeanor, apathy, *nd indinerence to enrrounaicg objects ana peisoiiP, and in January last be totally lost all power of speech. Soon after this event his brothers, ajaimt tbe protestations of his wife ^Uie petitioner), tock him away from his farm to their place, aud evinced a deiire to get pos cetsion ot bis p- tson and property, and lagal proceedings, in the nature of an information titfore two justice?, as provided for by clause 3 of section 7 of the Lunati...
Chess. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
dDfrtss. TO OOEEBSPONDBNT3. J. G. W., Hobart.— Tour letter with the wel come enclosure received ; it must have crossed onr communication to you. We are glad ta beer cf the progress of chess ;n your city, and v-ith the newly-formed club every success. Tile rules are excellent-, acd we can imagine nothing ceeter than tbe style in which they are got up. C. J. 8. — Solution received, and demonstrated fceyond a doubt. ^»i nwi.^ii.m — — . ? UYUI LJ I1BUU. IT © UH1 already keen corrected about ?' Vox's ' problem. Tour corumueion will be attended to. We have referred one of tho positions again to you. D. G. — JIany tbanks for problem*, which are very welcome tfter so long an interval.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
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WEST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
WEST ADELAIDE. The election in this district was particularly lively, the result being thought to be far other wise than a foregone conclusion. The com mittees of* all the candidates bestirred them selves at a very early hour to beguile the ' free and independents' with praises of their par ticular mas; and tbe very large number of plumpers which were recorded speaks well for the energy displayed by those gentlemen. During the morning the voting was compara tively speaking slow, and it was not uutil the dinner-bour that the voters began to rally up in anything like force. From that time until the hour for o-osiog the booth the poll-olerks were kept busily employed. The scrutiny was immediately commenced, and was not concluded until 9 o'clock. From the first Mr. Kingston took the JeSa, and in creased this by such a large/Scraiber that when tbe last paper was examined it was found that he had a majority of neasly 400 over the second gentleman on the list, M*. Hugh Fraser. When the res...
POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. [Before Mr.S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. R.E. Lucy, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
POLICE COUET— ADELAIDE. Feejat, Apbil S. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Hr. E. H. Lucy.J.P.] Jane Bracil was charged on the information of her bufcbaud, Walter Brazil, with ' threaten ing to stick him with a knife when bs was asleep.' Ordered to find two sureties of £10 to keep the peace for three months. Margaret fVillouyhby wss charged with stesl icg one pair of eixricg?, value £3, the property of William Evans Viant, at Adelaide, on M arch 17. It appeared that prisoner slept oa that night at Viaut's premises, acd on the day fol lowing the 6urings were missed. Ween arrested by Detective Webster she said, ' I am sorry, but pawned them.' Found a pawnticket on her and obtained the earrings at Solomon's pawn chop. Prisoner, who elected to be tried sum marily, was sentenced to bs imprisoned in soli tary confinement for seven day:. Edwin HodgHns and Jno. Harman, two little boys, were charged with stealing moneys amounting to 6s. from Cirl August Wagner, baker, at Adelaide, on April S...
TUESDAY, APRIL 12. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boacaut] The Attorney-General (Hon. J. H. Symon) presented for the Crown. CHARGE OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
Tuesday. Apeh, 12. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boacaut] The Attorney-General (Hon. J. H^Svmon) prosecuted for the Grown. CHAEGE OF MUBDEB. Joharai Friedrich Kuiale (55) pleaded not guilty to a charge of feloniously, wilfully, and of malice aforethought, killing and murdering one Mary Kubale, on January 26, new Eiitb borgh. Mr. Dash wood appeared for the prisoner. The Attorney-General having opened the case acd described the circumstances, called Chailes Kubale, who said — I am twelve yews cf sge, and am the son of the prisoner. I lived with him at his farm near Bditbburgh. On TntHlay, January 26, I was at home with my brothers William and Frederick, and my sister Mary. I-uriBgthemominerfather (the prisoner) vett to Bdithburgh. He came back and about 3 o'olock went in again, and returned at about 7.30 in tte evening, alone. He was not very drunk. During tbe day Mary did household work in the house. She complained oE a severe headache, but had r-o boil or bruise on her forehead. ?\V...
STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
STTJET. Here than ordinary excitement attended the* election for Sturt in consequence of the retire ment of Mr. King and the appearance in the field of the Attorney-General (Hon. J. H. Symon), Mr. W.F. Stock, and Mr.G-. W. Cotton. The number of votes polled at the several bsotbs will chow the interest whioh tbe electors took in the question to be decided at the ballot box, as out of 1,879 votes on' tbe roll: 1,834 votes were recorded. The polling was conducted in seven -different locali ties — Unley, Miicham, Soatfe-road, Glenelg, Goodwood, Brighton, and Belair. At Unity the polling-booth was situated at the Oremorae Hotel, the presiding offloer being Mr. Joha Sharp; at Mitobam, the Edinburgh Inn, Mi. John Waterman presiding; at South-road, the Maid of Anokland' Inn, Mr. Hy. Strother presiding; at Glenelg, the old schooihense, Mr. John Sosl presiding; at Goodwood, the Goodwood Park Hotel, Mr. Joseph Hitoh cocks presiding ; at Brighton, in the town ball, Mr. Joseph Downing presiding ...
MONDAY, APRIL 11. [Before Mr. S. Beddome. P.M] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
Monday, Afrit, 11. TBefore Mr. S. Beddomo. P.M.I John FraneisScott, watchmaker, wascnarged on remand with assaulting Polioo-constable Pnelan, at Adelaide, on March 26. Mr. O. O. Kingston defended. Constable Phelan stated that he was on duty in Bundle-street, and prisoner was put out of the Plough and Harrow Hotel drunk. When he went to arrest him Scott kicked him on the inside of his aecle, causing him to fall and necessitating his removal to the hospital. Prisoner on Mr. Kingston's advice reserved his defence, acd was committed for trial. Bail allowed in two sureties of £50 and himself in £100. ? .
NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
HGKTH ADELAIDE. - ,. ' There seemed to be very little interert shown ic the; voting;. for this district, 'for ous* of -1,439 ;? deitdri-on tbe: roll, only iOfexercSsed'tneip ' vctkre;' 'Slid The proceedings altogether were /ebgici-renfed by the sb'sencs pf 'any excitement; 'Siioito- katiceable-poirrt wxaiiie^smaH Tiuinber 'cl inftiinaljvbtep.'ol (rti!ch there were orrly'trwo/ ..'ant tii«p ^ele .Mh;^aprea S^thfe'vtfterBlist; marking their crosses in one square then crossing tbem out and putting them in the other. Electors should remember tbat if they spoil their cards they can easily obtain fresh ones from the retnrning-officer. The following is the result of the poll— Betur&ing-orncer, Mr. O. J. Coates. One member. Number of electors on the roll, 1,439. Candidates, J. L. Parsons and L. B. Mathews. Polling-place. Parsons. Mathews. Iufml. Temperance Hall, N.A. 388 206 2 Majority of 190 for Parsons. DeciabA-tiom of tee Poix. The declaration of the poll for the district of North...
SATURDAY, APRIL 9. [Before Mr. S.Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
Satcedat, Apeix, 9. njeforo Mr. S. Beddome. P.M.1 Colin Campbell was charged on the infor mation of Wm. Dugwall with being a pauper lunatic. Defendant, who made a rambling statement, was ordered to be kept in custody till be could take care of himself. Dr. Thomas certified to his insanity. Amelia Eil&ale was charged with stealing from Walter Wooley, bootmaker, of Adelaide, on April 5. three pairs of boots, valued at 33j. Prisoner went to Wooley's shop and asked to be allowed to take eome boots to her mother to see if they would snit. She said her came was Bameveld, and she lived in Angas ttrett. Complainant sent an assistant with ber to cany tbe boots. Prisoner took tbe bcots at tbe corner of Queen-street and said, ' Wait till I come back,' and, pointing to a hoase, said, '? That's where Hive.' After waiting a quarter of an hour the assistant went to the house but found she did not live there. Prisoner afterwards went to another bootmaker's shop and sold one pair. She then d...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS. BIRTHS. BARKER,— On the 3rd April, the wife of R. C. Baker, of a son. EVANS.— On the 8th April, at Buxton-street, North Adelaide, the wife of Mr. W. G. Evans, of a son. LLOYD.— On the 10th April, at Queenstown, the wife of the Rev. Morgan Lloyd, of a daughter. MAUNDER.— On the 9th April, at Queen street, Adelaide, the wife of T.G. Maunder, of a son, SHAW.— On the 5th April, 1881, at George street, Hackney, the -wife of James J. Shaw, of a daughter. Both doing well. STEVENON.-On the 10th April, at his residence, Annie, the wife of J. Stevenson, builder, of a daughter. WATTS.— On the 5th April, at Franklin street, Adelaide, the wife of James Watts, of Mallala, of a son. DEMPSTER. — On the 11th April, at Queens town, the wife of G. W. Dempster, of a son, prematurely, HAY.— On the 8th April, at Princes-street, Croydon, the wife of G. H. Hay, ot a daughter. PEARCE.— On the 9th April, at Aberdeen, the wife of John Pearce, of a son. PAQUALIN.— On the 12th Apr...
Shipping News. ARRIVED. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
fSp3gpxt% gefts. ARRIVED. FRIDAY, April 8. VICTORIAN, steamer, 713 tons.W. McLean, from Melbourne April 6. John Turnball, City and Port, agent. Passengers— Rev. W. R. Fletcher, Mrs. Fletcher, Rev. T. Field, Mrs. Field, and Misses Field (2), Mr. and Mrs. W. Crozier and family (3) and servant, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wade, Mesdames Edmunds, O'Connell, W. Rigg, D. Macnamara, J. Calder, G. B. Sketheway, Praagst, Misses B. Praagst, Turner, &nbsp; Gutmann, Harriman, Marshall, Prince, Pollock, Rev. J. McEwin, Rev. J. C. Woods, Rev. S. F. Prior, Rev. Duncan McNab, Messrs. P. A. &nbsp; Perrin, G. Musgrave, G. McCulloch, E. W. Hawker, J. F. Cudmore, R McEwin, E. O. Hughes, A. C. Minchin, J. Daniel, D. Watt, J. C. Kerr, J. R. H. Hamlyn, Worthington, H. Huesey, L. O. Lawford, Watson, Sargeant, T. V. Ranch, J. Calder, J. Davis, A. McDonald, J. Wilson, J. F. Jarshke, H. Shepherd, W. T. Shepherd, F. M.Kingsborough, W. T. Munroe, G. and H. Tangye, Morgan, T.J. Fax, H. M. &nbsp; Mill...
QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
QUEENSLAND. TExom our own Correspondent.] Brisbane, April IS. There are 600 men in the volunteer camp. The shot and shell and heliograph praotioe was excelle&t. The Queensland Meat Company 'will start in the first week in August, and will kill 300 cattle per wees. Brisbane, April 18. A successful review was held to-day and the volunteers returned to-night. There were no casualties. The opening of the theatre was a sncceag.and there was a crowded attendance. At the Kooky Waterhole races two horses oollided in the Ladies' Parse race and both were killed. The jockeys were unhurt. In the yacht race in the Bay the Haidee wss unable to start, and the Amy beat the Bip -easily. There were an immense number of excursions in the Bay to-day and the steamers were crowded. One slight aocident occurred, a volunteer being injured by a Chinaman, and sustaining a broken arm. Mr. Macaulay, assistant clerk of petty sessions at Bockhampton, is dead. It is supposed to be a pace of suicide. Brisb...
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
NEW ZEALAND. [From our own Correspondent.] Auckland, April 17. The Maoriee have again commenced ploughing the roads, and the Government have ordered several arrests. No disturbance is feared. The superintendent of the Wellington Lunatic Asylum has been arrested in connection with scandalous disclosures of cruelty to inmates. Auckland, April 19. Mr. Bell, a settler at Eufton, has been murdered by a miner named MoGahey, who was immediately arrested. The supposed cause of the crime is jealousy, MoQahey'a wife having been with Bell shortly before the murder. The report that the MaorieB were ploughing np confiscated land is unfounded. Te Whiti, the Parihaka prophet, addressing 1,800 of his followers,a dvfced submission.
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
COLONIAL TELEGBAHS. VICTORIA, f From our own Oorreepondenl.] Melbourne. April 15. The Police Beward Board have forwarded their report to the Chief Secretary. They ra commend the payment of £830 to Superinten dent Hare, £550 to Mr. Oornow, £377 to Constable Kelly, and smaller amounts to a number of others. _ _ Seventeen thousand persons visited the Ex George Hall, a letter carrier, was committed for trial yesterday for stealing money from a letter. - v.ShU3!US3 'S5 The Torpedo Board held a short sitting yesterday. No additional evidence was taken, and it was agreed not to examine any more witnesses. The board will meet after Easier to prepare their report. A fatal accident ocsurred at the Grown claim, Beedy Greek, atKilmore. Ayoangman named Gorman fell down a shaft 100 feet deep, and died instantly. . Councillor levers, who was lately io]nrei in a boat accident on the Yarra, jumped out ot a window at the hospital to-day while in a state of delirium, and is cot expected to recover. *_...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
NEW SOTTTH WALES. [From our own Correspondent.! Sydney. April 15. The weather has been very nne and bright. Most of the people of the city went picnioing in the harbor. The steamers were loaded with pas sengers, also the omnibuses and tramoars. The Seamen's Union had a grand pionio at Chowder Bay. In the evening great crowds attended the 'sacred concerts at the Theatre Royal aad the Queen's. No accidents weie reported at any of the amusements. The volunteers went into encampment this morning &t Middle Head and the barracks. Sydney, April 16. A fire occurred at Newcastle, oa tbe premises of Mr. Nightingale, photographer, which were partially destroyed. The fire is attributed to the ignition ot chemicals. A German named GroSBberg was tampering with a pistol, when it exploded, shattering bis jaw very much. He is, however, doing fairly at the infirmary. A fire started in Oxford-street yesterday morning, but it was fortunately extinguished quickly or there is no knowing where it ...
CONDOWIE, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
CONDOWIE, Apbil 19. The topics of conversation just now are the forthcoming elections. Messrs. Catfc and Haselgrove are well spoken of here, and as far as I can judge will have a good amount of support. — It is almost time that something in the shape of a gesd road was made from Morton's Corner to Snowtown as the road across the laeoons is verv bad. This would be a favorable time to do such a work, as the lagoons are dry, and work could be proceeded with without delay. Tbe pie=e of road referred to would not cost a great deal and would be a great boon to the fat ners in carting the!? wheat to the township. — The weather cu tinues very warm and dry. People are cj-ting wrter, and a good downpour would be we'. come. Sowing is going on, buc there is not much done as yet owing to the dryoess ot the toil.
Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices. Friday evening, April 22. MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
€BtmtxmL WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertuer and Chronicle Offioea. Friday evening, April 22. Moket Mabxbt. Tbe bank returns show an average increase during the last twelve months of £21,761 in the note ieeue and the coin and bullion of £290.070, or a total increase of £314,831. The popula tion bas, of course, increased during the same period, but looking back we find the note issue shrank the previous year by about £13,206, when the volume of business was larger than it now is. With this increase of funds, of not less than £314,831, the banks have decreased tbeic advances to the public during the year by about £025.008. Tbe advances are now, say £5,522.650, not a large sum when we consider that three years ago with a much smaller population the amount of accommodation extended to borrowers amounted to £5,683,233. Tbe banks cannot complain of having to pay dearly for money. The interest allowed on deposits in tbe country is only 2 and 3 pec cent, though why depositors at say Gume racha should...