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THE MOUNT BROWNE GOLDFIELD Wilcannia, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
THE MOUNT BROWNE OOLDFIELD fBy Telegraph.] rFrorn our Special Beporter.1 Wilcaunia. April 16. Since my last telegram I have visited all parts of tbe country in the neighborhood where gold has been got in any quantity. On Saturday April 9, 1 went to what is called the Fear-Mile, beitg eight miles from Milparinko township and water, where all the dirt has to come to be washed. At the Fcur-Mile there ore now, I should Eay, from ISO to 180 men. About t-.velve patties are getting paying gold, and are averag ing from three-quarters to an ounoe per load. but so far all tbe good gold is obtained from tbe surface or near it. It is'mere stripping or gully raking, and is not deep enough to be called pad dnckiBg, Theconntry consists of low hills covered with broken qaartz of the size and appearance of road metal. The bottom is a eoEc deotra poced slate standing almost vertical. The wash tcr most part is mere debris from this slate of a shingly nature, with moreor less of ferruginous clsy of a r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITINGS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] ROBB V. MANN (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
lato taris. . SUPfiEMB OOUBT-OIVH. SITTINGS, ' ? Wednesday, April 13. ,. . ' ' [Before Hia Honor the Onief Justine.] ' EOBB v. MANN (Qmlinutd). TBe taking of evidence having been oonoluded ; oouEf el addressed His Honor. . . Mr. Grundy£aid be would have to make some : demand on His Honor's time &ud patience, be cause after'serious consideration he had come to the conclosion that in order to commend his argument to His Honor it was essential that he should start from tbe very commencement, and not confine nimBelf strictly to tbe limits assigned in ordinary cases. The main qaeitioa was one of law, and therefore the main portion of his argument would be addressed to the matter of the construction which he would ask His donor to place on the contract, and he would go baok as far as the time when Mi. Hobb was in tbe posi tion of an intending tenderer. He would indi cate shortly the skeleton of his argument. Iu the first place he would address himself to the pleadings themselves, ...
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
Wedhesday. April 20. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.! Mr. Stuart prosecuted for the Crown. Jiemard Ward (28) pleaded not guilty to a charge of forging and uttering a bill of exchange for £63 11s. 9d. with intent to defraud, on Feb ruary IS, at Laura. It appeared that the piitocer had obtained some agricultural imple ments from Adamson Brothers, and being unable at the time to pay cash for them gave bills at twelve months. When the bills became due he was unable to meet them, through having been unfortunate in farming, and Mr. Adamson sug gested to him that he should renew them, and get his father to put his name on the back. The prisoner said he did not think his father would do it, but that he would ask his his fatherin law, Philip Smith. A few days afterwards Mr. Adamson received a bill for £83 lls. 9d., drawn in the prisoner's name, and endorsed 'P. Smith.' When the bill became due Philip Smith denied that the endorsement was in his writing, and the prisoner was arrested. He...
INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
INSOLVENCY OOTJET— ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, APBH. 13. TBefore His Honor the Chief Justice.] In be Wnxux Reynolds, of Port Adelaide, EDgineer.— Final hearing. Liabilities, £75 Is. ; assets, nil, A second-class certificate was granted. In eb Bebkabd McKenna, of Adelaide, To bacconist;. — Final hearing. Upon the applica tion of council this case was adjourned until April 25. In be John Aukgee, of Georgetown, Farmer, — Adjourned final hearing. Mr. Kingston for the intolveat. A first-olass certificate was granted, and £5 was allowed for maintenance. In be Kobebt Hamdobf, of the Hummoms, Farmer. Adjourned final hearing. Mr. King ston, for the insolvent. Mr. Young withdrew his oppoaitioB, and His Honor granted a first class certificate, and a further maintenance order for £5, m
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Before Mr. Justice Boucaut and Juries] ABSENT JUROR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
Wednesday, April 20. [Before Mr. Justice Boucaut and Juries.] ABSEXT JTROR. Martin IvenF, of Magill, bus proprietor, was fined £5 for non-attendanae as a juror. BONNEY AMD WIFE V. THOMAS (POBLISHEB OF ' SOOTH A-USTHAIiiM BBaiSTHB.' Mr. W. V. Smith for the plaintiffs ; the Attor ney-General (the Hon. J. H. SymonJ for the defendant. This was an aotion to recover £500 damages for libel. The claim set out— (1). The plaintiff, Charles George Bonney, is a civil servant in the Government service, and the plaintiff Jane Elizabeth Bonney is his wife. The defendant was at the time of committing the grievances hereinafter mentioned ana still is the printer and publisher of two newspapers called the South Atutralicm Register and Evening Journal, having circulation in this province and the adjoining colonies. (2.) Tbe defendant on February 15 and 16 fab-ely and maliciously printed and published in the newspapers of and concerning the plaintiff, Jane Elizabeth Bonney, the following :— 'Jane Eliza...
SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 14. [Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Boucaut.] ARRAIGNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
SUPREME COURT— CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Thursday, Afbo, 14. [Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Boncaut.] ABRA1GN5IENTS. George St/tne Peart (31) pleaded guilty to a charge cf having obtained £4 Is. from Thomas KichardsoD, at Eocringaon March 12, and aleo to a charge of stealing from George Ferrier several pieces of dress stuff, &c, value £20, at Biverton on March 15. Prisoner admitted having been convicted of felony in 1875, and was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment for stealing trcm terrier's bouse, and twelve moathv imprisonment for the false pretences. Sentences to be concurrent. John Fittpatrick pleaded guilty to a charge of baring committed an aggravated assault en William Carroll at Georgetown, and was sen tenced to three months' imprisonment. John Quintan (28) was convicted on his own confession of stealing from the person of Patrick Hfchir, at Hawker on Maroh 2, and was sen tenced to two years' imprisonment. James Gillmore (14) pleaded guilty to a charge of indecent assau...
SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
..SPBCIAi SHIPPING TELEGRAM. ? London. April 13. ! Airived.^rFroni Melbourne — The Lord Waiaem.snip, jBailed December 14; George Thompson, 6hip, sailed December 22 ; Dana, ahip,BailedDecember 17; :Theophane, ship, sailed December 20. .. From Geelong — Xjeaider. ship, sailed :De'cienib6r 18. From . Portland. —r City of Agra, ship, sailed December 15. '; From Sydney — Darling Downs, ship, 'sailed December 5 ; La Hogue, ship, failed December 15. From Adelaide — Storfusten, barbie, sailed December 1 : Glen Osmond, barque, sailed December 10 , Hesnerur.'snip. sailed December 24; Argus shin, sailed December -28. From Port !-«!)«-— 4nne Main, barque, sailed October ?5S-167 days out). From Hobart— Ethel, -barque,' sailed December 24V From Fre icarjtle — Chalgrove, barque, sailed January ; 2 : Cliarlotte Pad burv, barque, sailed January ' 4.', .From Port Chalmers— Taranald, ship .sirled January 20. ' j .i.-, ;??; :.-._.: - Losbon, April 16. - '?'?'? Arrived.— From- Melbourne— Rolf, ship, ?'s...
THE LATE EARL BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
THE LATE EARL BEACONSFEELD/. 'London, April 19, The Queen took the earliest «pportuni^jf tained by the death of Ettd'Beacdnsield? Her Majesty, states tMthA'WMa' most valued and devoted friend and counselibE' ? The London and provincial press 3iav« devoted considerable spacls to (RdcleeMiS tiveto the late Earl BeaconBfield.. They are universally pervaded by a tone of re gret, and all shades of political parties unite, in deploring his death ss a great national loss. Telegrams 'have beeiT received from, all the -European capitals/ which state that the' intelligence of the doathuf ISail Beacons field, although Dot entirely unexpected, iias caused a profound sensation jeverywhere.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Before Messrs. W. K. Wigley, J.P., W. C. Buik, J.P., and J. H. Bagster, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
Wednesday, Afbil 20. [Before Mesam. W. B. Wigley, J.P., W. O. Buik, J.P., and J. H. Bagster, J.P.] Town Auctignebb's Licence. — Tbe applica tion of Charles H. Matters for town auctioneer's licence was granted. O. Peabce v. Mas. Hanson. — £51 14s. Id. for goods. Mr. Ayliffe for plaintiff, and Mr. Wadey for defendant. Plaintiff supplied de fendant, who was living apart from her husband. and kept a boarding-house at Hackney, with meat to the value stated, and the defence was that the credit was given to the husband, and that defendant was not liable. Defendant had left her husband in May, 1880, and the goods were supplied from November. Mr. Wadey contended that under section 80 of the Looal Court Act defendant could not be sued for the value of goods supplied unless she had been living apart from her husband for twelve months. Mr. Ayliffe submitted that credit had been given to defendant arj(J not to the husband , i and that where a wife left ber husband without jolt cause he would cot...
LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. [Before Mr. J. M. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
LOCAL COURT— ADELAIDE. Wednesday, Apbil 13. [Before Mr. J. M. Turner, S.M.] A large number of unsatisfied judgment summonses weie disposed of. Hibdes y. Bubqess (interpleader summons) Sfenceb claimant.— £9 15s. Mr. Wadey for the claimant; Mr. H. F. Downer for the execution creditor. This was the case adjourned from a former sittings. The claimant's claim was in respect of a horse, dray, and harness seized under a warrant of execution against the de fendant Burgess. The claimant's case was that be was the assignee of a mortgage of stock under bill of sale, in which the above articles were in cluded. Mr. Downer contended that the bill of sale was bad, but His Worship thought other wise, and gave a verdict for the amount. Lehmann t. Lehxahn and Wife, Mrs. Francis, and Miss Spence.— £19 19s., for un lawful detention of a child. Mr. Homburg for the plaintiff, Mr. Wadey for the defendant Mrs. Francis, and Mr. Geppforthe defendants Lehmann and Miss Spence. The plaintiff in this case was a ...
INSOLVENCY COURT. APPOINTMENTS. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
INSOLVENCY COURT. appointments. Monday, April 25. Adjourned Final Hearings.— William R. Oliver, of Adelaide, timber merchitit Beraard McKenna, of Adelaide, tobaoconigt. First Hear ings.— Samuel Calmer, of Norwood, laborer; Edward Banks, of Adelaide, barman ; Edward Cox, of Port Adelaide, publican ; Bobert Jamie son, Portland Estate, laborer; Fred. Priestley, OI &cub mwu, uiaauu , hui, x-. xxuiiuoao/, Oi Adelaide, painter. Tuxsday, Afbil 26. Final Hearings.— G. & H. Bennett, of Ade laide, cattle salesmen; Richard Kioholls, of Thebar ton, builder; Fredk. A. Oehm, of Green's Plains, farmer; John Martin, of Norwood, carter; Frederick Wite, of Port Adelaide, shoe maker; Isaac Skipworth, of Green's Plains, farmer ; Robert Brumby, of Yanyarrie, farmer ; Wm. C. Drogenmul'.er, of Spritjgton, farmer ; John Geo. Hamey, of Oraf era, publican ; John Peihey, of Semaphore, laborer ; John Hogg, of EUiston, farmer; Thou. Knowles, jun., of Jamestown, hairdresser; Robert Howlett, of Ad...
ODDFELLOWS, M.U. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
ODDFELLOWS, M.U. The quarterly board meeting was held at the Manchester Unity Hall, Franklia-street, oa Tnesday, April 19. Present— GJK. W. E. Matti&son, in the chair, D.O.M. B. Biley, G.O.S. A.H.Beyer, and.direotors, M. Burgess, J.P., Thos.Paltridge.J.P, W. Sketheway, Jas. Anderson, A. S. D&venish, W. Raines, 3.V., 5. Clark, and H. Measday. The balance-sheet of tbe widow acd orphan fund showed— Balance last quarter, £29,693 18s. 5d.; income for levies, interest, fee, £1,618 8s. 10d. Expenditure— Paid at death of seventeen members, £516 ; expenses of management, £105 14s. 5d. ; goods purchased, £22 6s. 3d. ; tundries. £2 8s. ; insurance premiums advanced, £21 5b. 8d., leaving a balance of £30,6(5 18s. lid., which is invested— Loans on mortgage, £27,163; freehold property, £450; cash in Bank of Adelaide, £3,032 18s. lid., whioh with arrears of interest and value of stock on hand— £644 18s. 7d.— makes the total worth of the widow And orphan fund of the society £31,290 ...
RAINFALL FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
KAJNFALL FOB MARCH. 1681. Means, locality. ^-r; ? ^ -~ 7 gft | 4 It' within tub isoncs. l.PaImerstonP.O. 6 4210 12737 U 2. Do. Gardens ... 10 6170 — — 3. Sugar Plantation 14 7110 — — 4. Southport ? 10 2-380 12 394 7 6. Yam Creek ... 3 T430 9776 8 6. Pine Creek ... S 0930 10829 7 7-Eiver Kathenne 4 0 680 8519 8 8. Spring Vale, HB. — — — — 9. Daly Waters ... 3 0810 7751 8 10. Powell Creek ... 2 C'300 4-380 7 11. Tennant Oreek... 0 0-000 2 742 7 13. Barrow Creek ^ 0 OflOO 2824 7 13. Alice Springs ... 0 0000 1*722 7 HOBTHEBir PASTORAL DISTBICT8. 14.6ooyea ? — — — — 15. Charlotte Waters 1 0-015 0867 7 16. Cowarie ? — — — — n.Peake ? 0 0000 1-231 8 18.StrangwaysSprgB 0 O'OOO 0'480 8 19. Stuarfs Oreek ... 0 0000 — — aO.Parallma ? 2 0-290 — — 21. Farina ? 1 0'060 — — 22.Wooltana ? 2 0545 — — 38. Arrowie ? — — — — 24.Wirrialpa ... 1 0020 — — 25. Angorichina ... — — 0997 12 Se.Blinman ? 3 0130 1-731 7 27.Beltana ? 4 0270 1-827 7 28.Bdiacara ? — — — — 29.Wintabatingana.. 0 0-000 — — 30.Warcowi...
CONGREGATIONAL UNION AND HOME MISSION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881
CONGREGATIONAL UNION' AND HOME MISSION OF 8OUTH aUSTBAIIA. Foubxii Day. The annual series of meetings in connection with the Congregational Union and Home Mis sion of South Australia was brought to a close on Thursday, April 14. In tbe morning tha council of the union met in the Hindmarsh square schoolroom to transact the business re maining on the programme. There was a good attendance of the delegates, and the chairman of the union (Eev. T. Hope) presided. UJjnSTHBS' FBOVUJBliT FOBS. The Bev. W. B. Flbtcbkb moved far the alteration ef the rules of tne ministers' provi dent fund in acoordanoewith a scheme published by him in tbe Independent. In the same journal an alternative scheme by the Bev. J. Howie was explained. Mr. Fletcher stated that aocjrding to bis scheme the ?'??ml inoome of the ministers' provident fund would he divided into three parts. One-third would be devoted to pensions ; another would be available for grants, emergencies, annuities, and so on; and the third wonl...