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VICTORIAN PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

TIOTOKIAN PSQD0O8 HABXET. Messrs.. Goldabrough-& Oo.'s monthly circular, dated April 9, contains the t oUowing.— -Wool. — Tne quantity coming forward daring the month has been limited, and confined chiefly to odi Bnents of clips and small lots ot oountry scoured 5n ordmaiym-average condition. The demand throughout has been active, notably from the local manufacturers, and abouk630 bales of all idescripnons have been quitted by auction ana private contract, at fully late quotations. -We [learn by cablegram that the jTebrnary-BEveh Bales in London closea on the'25th nit., ana that B26,0001iBles had been sola -and about 30,000 bales bought tn and .held over lor nest Males, in afliffiion to which 28,000 -bales were tforwarfiediaireet from ship to manufacturers. Onr own advices are to the effect that the decline all zound, as compared with the rates trulingat the clogs -of aie previous -SToveiriber (series, iBluBy 7J per cent, that is to ««, it varies from 5 per cent, to 12$ per ...

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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE WOOL MARKET. London, April 27. The total probable quantity of wool ?available for the next series of wool sales is expected to reach 390,000 bales.

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NEW YORK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

NEW YORK MARKETS. By way of Sydney we have Messrs. Arkle and Oo.'a New York circular «f 4th March. Much ezciteicent was created in &e money mar ket, amounting almost to apanic, in amsequenee of the attempt to compel bankers to accept 3 ter cent, instead of 4 per -cent, interest upon bonds deposited with the United States Treasury. The prompt measures adopted by the Government averted^ crash, and all fears of a monetary disaster had passed away. Kerosine was tending upwards, and in antici pation of an improved demand a alight tavance was esx&ou&nea. utrge osiers were on hand for eastern ports, say, Java, Calcutta and Bombay, China, asd Japan. The 'call' for the colonies was light; the quotation for Devoe and Diamend test oil was 13i cento., equal to 6$d per gallon sterling cost. The fol lowing departures are notified for the month : — On February 8, the Titan cleared at Boston for Melbourne with 7,000 oases, 358 packages tobacco, 46,000 slates, 190 barrels pia...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. REDHILL, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

COtmTRY TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondents/! _ . _ _ BBDHILL. April 28. Colonel Downes inspected the rifle company to-day, and expressed bis satbfaotion that the company bad made marked improvement There were about twenty men present with Captain Ferryman. The fanners are anxiously awaiting a further downpour. The rain wo have had is not suffi cient. Many are still carting water from the River Broughton for miles. There is now every appearance of rain. . . . . , KINGSTON, April 29. An aboriginal named Tommy Oixon, while in an epileptic fit, fell in the fire, and was very senoualy burnt. Both his leg* from the knee aownwards are literally roasted. He baa been examined by Dr. Johnson, ef Robe, who ordered hu immediate removal to the Narraooorte Hos pital. His recovery is very doubtful.

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WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

WTHB3 AND SPIBITS. Mr. F. W. Ossens in Ids monthly circular dated londonJKarch XI, says :—« The -clearances from bond ol-all deseriptions-of wines tor homo conumnptian haw during the last few wseks been unfavorably affected by the inclemency «f the season ; more lavorabl* -weather and the certainty that 00 modification of the wine duties may tie looked 'for tins year, are tending to inrluoe dealers to ?purebaw more freely of Bpaxrish and Portuguese- growths, but BDesnsi derahle activity can he aaticipated nntil ihoth : onr mecoannle ana .agrioaMural interests show indications af -solid improvement. The latest Advices irom Jerez note a quiet trade. Sblp ments of abexry fairiy active for this period of 'the Tear. The Morto of 1680 reported +3 be devtSepiog *ae*hwtorily, sad She vaine of *U good«onud samples msintaised. Shipmantsof white wines to France have been on * large ifcsle. From Oporto nothing calling for epeoial comment is advised ; the ahort yield of {he last Douro vintage ha...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES. [From our own Correspondent.] Sydnev. April 28. A barque arrived at Newcastle to-day from KewZealand,full of passengers, mostly laborers f er the work on the railway extension in the north, or because employment is scaroeinNew Zealand. ||A public meeting was held at Madgee last sight to protest against Chinese immigration. The miner at Adelong charged with sending an explot-ive parcel through the posfroffi.ee was discharged. The Newcastle Borough Counoil has been sued for £1,000 for damages occasioned to pro perty by altering street levels, &c. A verdiot was given for the defendant. There was an immense attendance at the Chinese meeting at the Masonic Hall, and thousands were unable to gain admittance. Resolutions were carried that a deputation should wait on the Colonial Secretary, urging the necessity of immediate restrictive legislation. It is understood that the Trades and Labor Council will try to get the Garden Palace on Saturday afternoon for a monste...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

QUEENSLAND. rFrom our own OorresDondent.1 . Brisbane. April 28.. At the Distnot uourtto-day Harwood pleaded guilty to forgery, and was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment. Mortimer O'Byme, for fraudulent insolvency and not keeping proper books, was found guilty, and sentenced to four months' imprisonment on the first, and a fortnight on the second count. A St. Helena prisoner, Will Kinson,is missing. He has been wandering about the island fer three days, and is not yet arrested. A large search party is out. The roan is supposed to be sub sisting on sugarcane. All the wells hare been guarded in order to starve him out by thirst. In the Supreme Court a divorce has been granted in the case of Gossett v. Gossett. In Thomas v. Schemer the oase has been adjoomed owing to the ill health ef the respondent.

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THE BRADLAUGH CASE. LONDON, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE BRADLAUGH CASE. London, April 28. In the House of Commons to-day Lord John Manners, the member for North Leicestershire and Postmaster-General in the last Conservative Administration, gave notice of motion on behalf of his party that the Bill introduced by Mr. Labouchere and supported by the Government, for the object of enabling Mi. Bradlaugh to take Ms seat for Northampton in the House, only served to complicate and confuse the the question, without in any way settling it in a satisfactory manner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. PARIS, April 27, evening. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. Pabis, April 27, evening. Further intelligence received to-day states that a body of troops which were detached from the Main Division now in Tunisian territory, have advanced upon the town of Kef, which place they have now occupied without meeting with any opposition.

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THE BRADLAUGH CASE. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE BRADLAUGH CASE. London. Abril 27. The Government have intimated that -every facility will be afforded Mr. La bouchere for the passage of the Bill he has announced bis intention to introduce, by 'which Mr. Bradlaugh. will be permitted to take the oath.

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Office, Thursday evening, April 28. MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

§mmxmi WEEKLY EP1T0MK Advertiser and Oronide Omces, ?' Tiuraday evening, April SB. ? UometMabkbt. Referring once more to the bank returns fo the quarter ending Much 31, we ought to^saU the attention o£ botineas Bien and others who: are interested in shares, land, or other property, to tbe following facts : — The increase in tile note iesue is about £28,700 for the quarter, and in depoeits at call, i.e., not bearing iateresti, dS360,614. In the fixed depewiti there is a de crease ol £79,365, which wn to be expected. The deposits not bearing interest are now £1,917,178, and beating interest £2^19,345; deducting from the latter item the-Governmenti money, on which the banks are paying 4 par cent , the deposits bearing interest and at oatt may in each case be roughly put down at about £2,000,000. Ihete has been- a slight drain of coin and bullion during, the quarter of about £42,197. This de crease is unimportant, and can be easily ac counted for. In the first place, as we have seen in ...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

[?] AEEIVED. Saxvbdjlt, Apbh. 23. OSPEET, ketoh, 38 tons, J. Leaak, from ArdrosaaB. ALEET, ketch, 45 tons, Vendlamd, from Port ViotoriB, LUBLINB, ketch. 59 tons, Inkster, from Port Victoria. ELIZABETH ANNIE, ketch, 61 tons, G. Burton, from Port Victoria. DAPHNE, barque, 955 tons, Frederick West, from Liverpool January 17. No passengers. D. and J. Fowler, City and Port, agents. WAKEEffiLD, steamer, S3 tons, I, fit Richardson, from Ardrossan. ? ? - - SCWDAT, APKtL 34. KANGAROO, ateamer, 185 tons, O. Ander son, from 'Wallaroo and Port Lincoln. Pa*- eengeri— Mesera. Thompson, Atkins, Folletfc, George, Lewis, Borthwiok, Syines, Germein Mr, Mrs., and Miss Tapley, Mrs. Lawsan, Mrs. Orchard, and Miss Borthwiok, in the saloon ; and three in the aeoond cabin. 0argo— 11 ba oysters and sundries. ANNIE WATT, ketch, 42 tons, G. McKay, from Port Wakefield. DINAPOBE, barque, 1,017 tons, Alfred Clemence, from London December 31, Downs Jannary 2. No passengers. Harrold Bros., Oifcy sad Port, agents. ...

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LOCAL COURT—JAMESTOWN. TUESDAY, APRIL 12. [Before Messrs. A. J. Edmonds, S.M., W. J. Mecgeorge, J.P., and Cr. Chown, J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

LOCAL OOUBT— JAMBSIOWN. TUBEDAY, APBU, 12. [Before Messrs. A. J. Edmunds, S.M., W. J. Macgeorge, J.P., and Or. Ohown, J.P.] FDUi JUBISDICTTnTT. 6. Witt, v. John Giles.— Claim for £74. M«. O'Halloran for plaintiff, Mr. Bouoaut for defen dant. Verdict for amount. G. Hill v. Henhy Giles.- Olaim for £87 17*. 9d., on a dishonored acceptance. Mr. Boucaut on on benalf of defendant consented to judgment for amount claimed. E. Huicpheis v. Spkatt. — Claim for £23 13». 6d. Mr. Bouoamt for plaintiff, Mr. Bright for defendant. Judgment for amount. D. Oobbt v. T. Oobui.— Olaim for £40 105., wages. Mr. Bright for plaintiff, Mr. O'Halloran and H. Bouoaut for defendant. This was a eas* of one brother against another ; and after a very careful hearing the court gave judgment for £20. T. Cobby t. D. Cobby. — Damages £19 18a, and for possession of house occupied by defen dant. Mr. Boucaut, with Mr. O'HaUoran, for plaintiff; Mr. Bright for defendant. Posses sion by conEent to be given in three weeks, e...

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LOCAL COURT—LAURA. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. [Before Mr. A. J. Edmonda, S.M., N. Walter, J.P., and Dr. Hamilton, J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

LOCAL OOUBT— LAURA. Tuesday, apktl ib. [Before Mr. A. J. Edmunds, S.U., N. Walter, J.P., and Dr. Hamilton, J.P.] ruil. reBlSDICTION (CIVIL!. Be OtDHAii.— Application fer payment oi money out ui coott. This was an application by Mr. Copicger, solicitor, on behalf of Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., for payment out of court of tie turn of £35 18-. 8d., being the overplus realised on (ale under distraint for rent of pro petty on Mr. Oldham's farm near Gladstone. It appeered that the applicants held a bill of sale sod mortgage cf stock over a portion of the property sold, and that the auctioneers sold mere than sufficient to satisfy the rent, and paid the overplus into court under the prori ticcs of Act No. 14 of 1862. The point at issue was whether the applicants were entitled to this amount, as the overplus was created by sale of property not comprised in their securities. It was contended on their behalf that tile sale being solely on account of tbe landlord for rent, 6Ed not on ...

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APPOINTMENTS. TUESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

APPOINTMENTS. Tuesday, Mat 3. Final hearings— John Thomas Clements, of Aldinga, farmer; John Uarl C. Beich, of Bronspton Park, carpenter ; Charles Bush, of Hindmartb, laborer ; Thomas Teakle, of naar Hawker, farmer; Alfred Boutell, of Gumbo wie, fatmer; Qeerge Gates, o£ Adelaide, publican ; George Ear d ley, of Eindmarsb, harnessmaker ; William Castle, of Willunga, licensed victualler; Frederick B. Oidbam, of near Gladstone, farmer. Adjourned final hearings— James Howie, of Waterrele, miller ; Fraut Poolo.of N&Uswortb, matin; James B. Mnsson, of Port Adelaide, C'erk ; John Geo Hainey, of Oraf era, publioan. First hearings— John Dwyer, of Garrieton, laborer; Htnry ffm, Wakelin, of Crystal Brook, builder ; James Orombie, of North Adelaide, laborer; Margaret O'Swa.of Oraf ers, widow ; Donald McAskill; of Stanley Flat, farmer.

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INSOLVENCY COURT (IN CHAMBERS). SATURDAY, APRIL 23. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] IN BE PATRICK DRUMMOND NASH, EX PARTE MARIA JANE NASH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

? » ? INSOLVENCY COUBT (EN CHAMRKRS1 Sattjbday, Aphid 23. [Before Bis Honor the Chief Justice.] . IN BB PATBICK DROT1MOHD MABH, EX PAETH HABIA IA3IE WASH. This was an application for an order directing tbe assignees in the insolvent's estate to give np tome fnrniture, including a piano, valued at £60, which bad been settled by the insolvent upon bis wife by a post-nuptial deed executed on May 20, 18T8,by which Mr. Marshall, a musio-selier, was made trustee for her absolutely. The assignees in the estate had seued this property. Mr. NcEbit appeared for Mrs. Nash. Mr. Daviss appeared for the assignees, and objected on the ground that the application should have been made by the trustee. Mr. Nesbit stated that Mr. Marshall was in England, and that a docu ment bad been prepared by which Nash ap pointed himself trustee, but it had not yet been signed. His Honor said he had to decide the equity of the case, and overruled the objection. Mr. Hesfeit said the furniture had been in the house ...

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THE DOCKYARD LOCK-OUT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE DQCEYAKB LtKJSI-dUnf. A Iargely-attGBUEd meetiog of the man was held at tbe. Duke ot WeUingtaa- llb&rf, Port Adelaide. aa3sanialay- evening, April ^ «tr. O. E. Hopkins prciidiag: Too s&BBt&naar (Ur. Laibnry) intimated that in- atuwse to- « lettec fnrai the TmTwirf telling- them to -mit first; upon tfce Msriue Board before cooling ta him ha bed written, stating that tne men wooUl not recognise tha board in toe matter, acd again enked tbe Treasurer to reoeise titem. He set forth in tho letter that the- men not ©trie ex plained of the reduction of wages, fajiof noa psynient of OTtrtiwe and partiality.' Air. SrarHKifB, explained: tbat he tooktbe'letter up to-tbe Xreafeurer that xnomurg, who, af Dec keep icg him waiting Kn hour and a qanrtor, sai-1 that he would return an answer to it on Monday mcxaing. It was stattd on gsod autbority tnat tbe reason wtty the Treasnrer referred- tha depu tation to the Ma cine Based was became the latter were entirely responsib...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

IDBI1O HEEIIUG AT POST AD3LAID3. A public meeting was held at tbs Towa Hall, Port Acelaice, on TutsiUy evesinir, April 2-f, tor the purpose, of considering the acciss of the i-iaiiue iieard in reduciagtbo orsgesottae work men emplujed in the Govercmenc dock ard aud ou tbe drtdgers. There wer& ttboiit 1,000 uer Bcne rretent, the hall being densely era irded in all parts. Mr. H. 'Wr.TEOstFSOS(MajorofPjrt Adelaide) occupied the chair, and otated hum hiving receivec a reqmisUum irom a large nuobar of rttidenie of JPoit Adelaide he felt it bis duty to call the meeting. The requisition did not men tion that the signatures were those of r&te- psjeiF, tTjd he calKd attention to this fact becoat-e potsibly ic might be questioned whetaer he was juEtiiied in calling a meeting except on the authority of tbe ratepat«rs themselves. He ttlr, bowever, tbat as ill out of the 35 signatures were those of ratepayers, aJ though it was not stated, it wes his duty to comply with tha ittjue...

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ACCIDENT ON THE HOLDFAST BAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

ACCIDENT ON THE HOLDFAST BAT RAILWAY. An accident of a somewhat serious character, although fortunately unattended with any loss of life or great damage to property, task place on the line belonging to the Holdfast Bay Bail way Company on Sunday evening, April 24. It appears that as the 8 o'clock down train from Adelaide was proceeding along the line to Glenelg it collided with an empty truck at the innctiun of the railwav with thn NAirnA line at Mile-end. The track was struck on Us corner by the engine, being at the time sa close to the junction that the locomotive was sure to collide with it, and by the force of the impact was thrown off the line into the ditoh at the side of the embankment. As the carriage* went put directly after the collision and before the train conld be brought to a stand still they were scraped by the truck, and a good deal of damage, net, however, of a specially serious character, was done to the tides of them. The buffer plank of the engine was much injure...

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