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

Abticb to MothmsI— Are jou broken ia your rertb? a aiek child suffering with the pain ; ef cutting teeth? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mas. Wnfatow'fl SooxBnra - Sibde. It will relieve the poor ?offerer im mediately. It isporfeotlyharmleai and pleasant . to taste, it produce* natural, quiet ileap, by teUermg she ohild from pain, and the little ohernb awakes 'as bright as a button.' It soothes the child, it ?oftern the gums, allays ail paia, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is. -the best known remedy for dysentery aad . Aianhcea, whether arisingfrom teething or other causes. Mrs. Winilow'sfloothing Syrup is soid . by Mmiicim dealers everywhere at Is. lid. per : Hfw'b Cocoa.— GbathfulakdOoitfoetiko- - **By aUusongh knowledge ottbs natural lawi-whka govarn the operations of oigesbon ana nutrition, ?nd by a tuxeiiu application -oixhe fineTpropeilieaax yeU-celectedeoooa, Mr.K.pana3piovidedourta!eak fait tables with a ueuoately-naTored Jbeverage vfciob. may cave as ...

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REDUCTION OF PAY OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES. Port Pirie, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

?? ? ^^^^— ? SEDUCTION OF PAT OF GOVERN MENT EMPLOYES. [By Telegraph.] [From onr own Correspondent.] Port Pirie. April 23. Two hundred men met. in the street in front of Mr. Magor's Hotel this evening to discuss the reduction in the wages enforced by the Govern ment on the employes on the dredgers and the railway, bat principally the former. The crowd was eo large that Mr. Howe gave his assembly room free. The Matob took the chair, and read a letter sent to the Treasurer as follows : — ' I have received a requisition from working men and others of Port Pirie to call a public meeting to take into consideration the action of the Government in reducing tbe wages of the laboring men employed on or at the dredge from £9 to £8 per month. I want you as head of the depart ment to give me all information respeofc ing it, as I do not know the roles and regulations tbey are subject to, and will jou please give me such information by tele graph on Friday, as the public meeting respect ing tbe m...

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[By Telegraph.] Wallaroo, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

[By Telegraph.] [From cur own Correspondent.] Wallaroo, April 25. A meeting was held at the Wallaroo Institute Hall to-night to consider the action of the Government in reducing the laborers' wages. . Mr. Bews, the mayor, was elected chairmen, and read the notioe convening the meeting. He said it was an important matter, not a local one, and be hoped that broad principles, not particular beads of deportments, would be considered. He did not approve of the proposed reduotioa unlesa all were served alike. (Cheers.) The beads of tome departments had had lately handsomead ditions. The greatest amount of Buffering would be caused by the reduction of working men's wages. Borne departments had reduced the ex penditure without touching the laboring men's wages. He referred in condemnatory terms to the recent action of the late Government in .proposing increases to highly-paid officers, and tbe Judges Pension Bill. He would sug gest that the laboring memf wages should be -continued at {the p...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [From our own Correspondent.] Perth, April 23. Mr. J. u. Anderson, a commercial traveller, representing in this colony Messrs. Wills & Co. of Adelaide, bas been killed at Roebourne by being thrown from a horse. Mr. Anderson being widely respected throughout the colony his death bas caused much regret. Considerable discussion is prevailing among tbe clergy and .laymen relative to the running of railway trains on Sundays. An imported horse from Melbourne, named Fatter, won the Queen's Plate on Tuesday easily.

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THE BATTLE OF SPITZKOFF. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE BATTLE OF SPITZKOFF. The special correspondent of the Cape Argus supplies the following additional details re specting the disastrous fight on MoantMajaba on February 37:— The effect of poor Oolley'* previous mistakes, and of that dreadful affair in which so many of the gallant 04th weni down, has been more tban a little demoralising to the troops; and onr meD, especially thosa froxa the younger and untried regimeafcs, did not meet the enemy with cold steel as of yore. Their confidence either in themselves or in their familiar weapon had appearently all disap peared. No sooner had the enemy appeared on the plateau than, the panio-gtrioken. troops fled before the volleys poured in on them, never seriously attempting to charge an3 re pulse the Boers. Sir George Oolley waa first wounded slightly in the breast, and just thea ten or a dozen Boars fired upon kirn andth» men with him at a distance of about twenty yards, and he at once fell, his head being: riddled with bullets. When hi...

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INDIAN SUMMARY. Bombay, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

INDIAN 8UMMABY. Bombay, April 7. The court-martial summoned to try certain charges against Colonel Malcolmscm in ?«?')««? tion with tbe Mainwauud disaster eommemwd sitting yesterday. It is ttated that one lao of rupees has beea demanded fiom the Waziris by the Government of India as condensation far their denteda tiens. Troops have not yet entered the enemy'* country, sad it is generally supposed the Warns will st once accede to tbe Government demand. General Wane vacated his position as Oom mauder-in-Ohief of the Bombay Army .to General Harding on Toetday but. ' Sir F. Baines lift for England yesterday. Various rumours have been afloat for the last fortnight of disturbances at Herat and of re bellions against Ay oub Khan, Vat late official news from Kandahar states that nothing oertain is known of the condition of affairs there. The evacuation of Ki^n^»iim' commences next Sunday, and is expected to be completed by the end ot tbe month. The advance guard of tha Ames's force hss pass...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. London, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

EUROPEAN SUMMARY. London, Alarsb 25. The news of the assassination of the Oi« pro duced mingledhcrroraud consternation through out Europe, and the impression was still further deepened by the subsequent details showing the wide spread and desperate character of tbe Nihilist plots which at length had so fatal a termination. At noon on Sondar. the 13th March, the Emperor proceeded to the usual Sun day parade at St. Michael's Riding School. After the conclusion of the ceremony, about a quarter past 2 o'clock, His Majesty drove along the canal towards the palace, intending to pa; a visit to the Grand Duchess Miohaelovna. He was seated in a close carriage with his brother tbe Grand Duke Michael, aud was followed by an officer of the polioe, Colonel Dooryctsky, in a sledge and aa escort of six mounted Cossacks. As the carriage drew near tbe Kojoshni Bridge, which crosses the Catharine Canal, an explosive bombshell was thrown by a person larking behind the rail ing of the Palase 3ardene. I...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut and a jury.] BROWN V. THE LAURA BR[?]WERY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

. , SUPREME COURT— OTTO. SITTINGS. Tbsbsdat, Afrit 21. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut and a jury.] ' BBOWS V. THB LAURA BREWERY COKPAST. Mr. Pater, with Mr. Fenn for the plaintiff; - the Hon.O. Mann, Q.O., with Mr. Foster, for the defendant!. ? . - The claim stated— 1 the ptantiS, William Brown, is a farmer residing on section 241, Hundred of Pekina, and the defendants are brewers carrying on business at Laura. 2. At the time of the committing of the grievances hereinafter mentioned, the plaintiff was ia pos session and occupation of section 241 at Pekina, and fhe owner of a number of horses andagri. - onitnra\ implements, valued. »t £200, and a growing crop of -wheat valued at£lOU. 3- The -defendants about the beginning of Ootober, 1880, - broke and entered npon the plaintiff* land on a : feJseidfcim,tii&t£170w»5thendue by the plaintiff to 4£e defendants, and seised and converted to theirown use thehoreea,implemente,»nd growing crop. 4. The defendants have sold the h...

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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. SATURDAY, APRIL 23. [Before their Honors the Chief Justices an 1 M[?] Justice Andrews.] SABINE v. SABINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

fgafo -9/0tt*i*. T ?' ? — ' 8VSBBXBJ0QVB.T— Hf BANCO. - - ..: . . .. SiXOBDAT, AFBOtSS. t fefore tleir Honors th - Chief Justice «n 1 M'. . _ - .. ,.; Justice Andre wa.] ' ' : ?; ' ' ? ' sLaaa v. sabot. '. ' llt.7o(fir moved far * decree for judicial ' .jepttition on the charge iol cruelty. The ohM-ge '..«t mdaltoiy had also been preferred, bat w*s ' .'ibandoned. ?- . - ? . . ..'^ J-ectee«nuit»d. '.''...'... -,-, . . KTIBTKB y.MOBtBg ' V. . -This mi ? petitioB for judicial aeparotioa on \ain ground kernel tv. Mr. Sheridan asked for T^iJireofionBas to the mide oC trial, andalso asked ' . S^ the case might b« heard at the end of ttte i^SartOiFiliittingB. jL~ Mr. Pater, who appeared for -the cespon lent, 7T agreed 'to tW«,«a asked that the cate mi^ht be . axiad befors) »' jury. .-, Ordered to be tried at the June sittings ^'keforeajury. '.' ' ' ;', BEGIKA V. TOHKINSOH. ' Mi. 'W.'V. Smith asked for a isle calling upon J.H. Afford, S.H. Isaacs. H. Ware, and J. L. Richards, all of Hindley...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

LAND SALE. The following land sale took plaoe at the Land Office on Tuesday. April 26 :— Hundred of Monarto, County of Start. Sec. 23, 24, 25, 4f acres, C. K. Schencher, £1 0s.6d. per sere; 28, 27. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 49- acres, J. Z. Schulze, £1 0s. 6S. Hundred of Goyder. Sec. 270, 271, 314, 971 acres, Jacob Grigg, £1 5s- per acre. Thistle Island. Sec. 16, S79 acres, W. B. Oarlin, £1 Os. 6d. par acre; 22, 431 acres, O. D. Atkins, £1 Oi. 6d ; U, 362 acres, J. K. Tapley, £1 0i. 6d. Hundred of Yarrah, County Newcastle. Sec. 101, 238 acres, Peter Starr, £5 2s. pe? acre ; 103, 332 acres, F. Baseack, £3 5s. 6d. ; 106, 108,631 acres, M. Eckert, £1O». 6d.; 121, 122, 747 acres, G. H. Willies, £1 7s. (id.; 100, 131, 385 acres, A. McGinnis, £2 8s. 6d.; 132, 102, 5B1 acres, Kliza Liebeob, £i lit. ; 112,114,525 acres, John Trench, £1 15s.; 115, 440, B. P. Mahood, £1 Is. 6d.; IU, 113, 110s, 1,023 acres, H. Trench, £2 Oh. 9d.; 104, 407 aeres,O. J. L. Leopold. £1 15s. 6d.; J07, lu», 764 acres, ...

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EASTER VESTRY MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

EASTER 'VESTRr MEETINGS. St. Michaei.'s Miteham, Tuesday, April 19.— The incumbent in the chair. The church wardens' accounts, duly audited, were presented and passed. Mr. Bobert Taylor was nominated minister's warden, and Mr. John Prince was unanimously elected by the people ; Messrs. H. S. Price and Alex. McGeorge were appointed sidesmen, and Messrs. Joseph Fisher and W. Taylor auditors; Messrs. Bobert Taylor and John Prince were elected to represent the con gregation in the Diocesan Synod, and an election committee was appointed consisting of Hes3n. O. B. Hardy, J. T.Manton and W. Taylor, to act in conjunction with the wardens and trustees. The incumbent reported that the parsonage was still in the hands of the contractor, and after the transaction ef other necessary business oiosed the meeting with the Benediction. ^ Axx Saints' Ohubch, Mookta, Thursday, April 21. — There were twenty seatholders pre sent, and tbe Rev. 0. O. Taplin presided. Warden McOlenaghan, in presenting his ...

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

i'OL'XG MEN'S C U RISTI AN ASSOCIA TION. Tbe-anzmal conversazione in connection with' the Young Men's Christian Association «M ttld in tbe Xoon Hall on Tuesday evening, Aptil 26. The entertainment was of toe varied description generally adopted at suoti rasatinge, and it seemed as if no effort had roes spaied to make it a success and give pleasure to taose who visited it. There wa-s a very li'ga attend ance, and the different articles wnieh were spread before tbe visitors found crowds of ad mirers while the strains of tba organ, and the scDge and choruses by the choir added to their en jo- roeEt. In tbe ball were tinaugod tables, en which were placed microscopes, stereoscope, asd other optical instruments, wicu telephones, microphones, and mwj more of die wonderful electrical instruments invented oaring the lass few years — such things as thosa waose tastes led them to study natural philosophy delighted in : collections of fossils and minerals appealed to the geologists and persons ...

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MR. L. G. MADLEY ON ENGLISH SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

MR. L. G. MADLEY ON ENGL13H SCHOOLS. The members of the Old Students' Associa tion rsustered strongly on Thursday evening, April 21, to hear tbeir president (Mr. Uadley), describe his trip to Europe, but more especially to hear his opinion en the comparative morifci of the home and colonial educational systems As Mr. Mad ley U the principal of ear lojal Training College, and otherwise singularly well qualified to form sound coBolasians on a sub ject of this kind, a special interest Btfcacnes it. self to bis views. He explained that only re ceiving a few hours' notioe of tha meeting he could not be expected to deliver a formal addresp, and his remarks would therefore be very homely and unpretentious. The speaker then briefly sketched the chief incidents in his trip to the old country, mentioning that while at Foit Said he paid a visit, which he would never forget, to an Arab school. It is perfectly ua Eecesiary to enquire for the building sboald is happen to be within 200 or 300 yard...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE THURSDAY, APRIL 21. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and His Worship the Major, Mr. E. T. Smith, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

POLICE OOURT— ADKLAIDK Thdbsday, Apeii, 21. [Before Mr.B.Beddome, P.M., and Hia 'Worship the Mayor, Mr. B. I. Smith, J.P.I Bebert Blair Sal/our, schoolmaster, was charged with forging and uttering a cheque on tke Bank of South Australia, at Kadina, for £3. In this case the depositions, which were pre viously taken were read over to the witnesses, who said they were correct, and Bwore to the prisoner's identity. Detestive Burchell stated that the prisoner was brought over from Victoria by a Victorian constable. When he arrested him he said, 'I know nothing about it.' Prisoner, who said ' I have no recallectiuu of it, I was drinking heavily at the time,' was committed for trial. Bail refused.

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MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., R. E. Lucy, J.P, and J. H. Baster, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

M0SDAT. AFBXL 25. [Before Messrs. 8. Beddome, P.M., E. E. Lucy, J.P, and J. H. BagBter, J.P. 1 William Connor and John Andrews, young men, were charged on the information of Mary Ann Kicbards with stealing from her money to the amount of £2, and one till, value 59., at Adelaide, on April 32. Xhe prisoners went to the Clarendon Hotel, in Hindley-street, and had a drink. Tbe person who served them then west out, and on returning missed the till and money. They were seen to take the till out of the hotel, set it down outside, and take out the money. They were then pointed out to a con stable, who pursued and captured them. An drews was also beard to say to Connor, ' Come on, Bill, or you will be caught.' When arrested they made ne statement. Prisoner, who said nothing, was committed for trial. Timothy Hearn, hawker, was charged on re mand with unlawfully wounding Riohard Orabb, a boy, at Adelaide, on April 18 last. Orabb said tbat seeing a crowd around Hearn in Hindley street be went t...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M, and Mr. G. Stvles. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

Wedhesday, Apbh, 27. [Before Mr. S. Btddome, P.&I , and Mr. G. Stvlen. .T P 1 ' Geo.'.Hallack, an aboriginal boy, was charged on tbe infoimatien of Frederick Sharpe with steal ing a watch VBlue £4 and a guard value ISs. his property, at GJeuelg, on April 16. The watch was left in Sharpe's box in bis bedroom at the Pier Hotel, Glenelg, and he missed it from tlere, and it was afterwards found in prisoner's poeeession. Prisoner also wore it od the Glenelg jetty. When arrested he denied ever having tbe watch, fant subsequently confessed to steal ing it, and eaid he was afraid to say so before. Prisoner, who said nothing, was committed for trial.

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MAGISTRATES' COURT—GAWLER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Before Mr. G. W. Hawkes. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

MAGISTBATSS' COD BT-G AWLEB. Wednesday, Apeil SO. TBefore Mr. -i. W. Hawkea, S.M.1 Georye Simmons was charged with assaulting John B&in at Williaxnstown, by striking him oa tbe head with a stone hammer. The prosecutor being too ill to appear tha prisoner was re manded to the 21st. The prisoner waa on the Slst again remandtd to tbe 2Scb, as the pro ec color was still unable to attend in consequence of the effects of the assault.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

Thubsdat, Apbil 21. Thomas Glynn-nm charged with being of un sound mind. The evidence proved that ha had bees wandering about for two days under the impression that le was at Hiteham. He called at different housesenquiring for Mr. Prince's resi dence, and alarmed tbe women and children. He raved about Mr. Prince, and said that he had cnt up his swag, oonwsting of t everal pairs of tweed trousers, white shirt with eold studs. and four pair of boots. He further stated tbat he bad ' bashed' Mr. Prince's nose in. He waa snbteqnently arrested, and tbe policeman stated that he bad found the man's snag in a paddock scattered about. It consisted of old clothes and rags. The prisoner was forwarded to the asj lum. Charles Hansen was charged with stealing certain articles, viz. — A pillow, stockwhip, can dlestick, eposns, brushes, &c, from Mr. B. J. H. Avery's Commercial Hotel. The prisoner ad mitted taking some of the things, but stated he knew nothing about the others. _ The prisoner...

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MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Before Messrs. G. W. Hawkes, S.M. and H. E. Bright, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

Mohbay. Apbil 25. [Before Messrs. G. W. Hawkes, BJU. and H. B. Britbt, JJ?.] James Ftarelough, was charged oa the infor mation of Charles Stafford, with stealing a pocketbook and certain moneys and other artioles, his property, on April. 22. Charles Stafford, of Orroroo, miser, deposed that he met the priaonef at Mr. Avery's Commercial Hotel, Murray-street, on Friday night. He was in hi* company from eight till half-past 10 o'clock. They were drunk together. The prisoner accompanied him at 10.30 to feed his horses in the hotel yard. Witness was not sober. He had the pocket book prodKced on him. It contained two £10 notes and some six or seven £1 notes. He recognised the £10 note produced as his pro perty by the mark upon it. There was also about 10s. in silver. The meerschaum pipe, case, and tobacco-pouch produced were his. When he woke in the morning he found himself in the house, where he had been removed by hia friends. He mitsed his property in the morn ing. He wa» advised by Mi...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

Fbtdat, Apbil S3. Daniel Mullen was charged with illegally selling a mare which was included in a bill of sale which he had executed to Mr. C. A. Beneke and another. Mr. P.E. Stow appeared for tke prosecution, and Mr Bodall for the defendant. The case occupied some time, but His Worship believing aprima facie case had been made out, committed tbe defendant for trial, bail being taken in £100 for himself, and one surety of £50 or two of £25.

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