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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M., and Messrs. M. H. Madge and L. P. Lawrence.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

LOCAL COURT— ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 20. 'Berore his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M., and Messrs. M. H. Madge and L. P. Lawrence, j H. Edwards v. w. o beiek.— £66 17«. ea., due for breach of contract. Me. Sabine for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. V. Smith for the defendant. The plaintiff sued the defendant because on January SI, 1889, the latter bou?ht from him 100 shares in the Broken Hill Junction Silver-Mining Oo. at £1 7a. 6d. per ehare, on the conditions amongst others that the delivery of the Bcrip and payment of the purchase money for the said shares Bhould be made on February 28, 1889, but the defendant did not take delivery or pay for the shares in pursuance of the terms of tbe contract. As a consequence the plaintiff lost the amount claimed being the difference between the market price of the shares on February 28 and tb8 contract price, The defendant, besides denying his indebtedness, alleged that as the result of tbe plaintiff's neglect to perform all the terms -of the...

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INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

INSOLVENCY COURT— ADELAIDE. Tuesday, Maboh 19. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.| In be James Fox, Bricklayer. — Final hear ing. The accountant reported : — ' Liabilities, £72 15s. 7d. ; aseets, scaffolding, valued at £10 ; deficiency in estate, £68 15s. 7d. Causes cf insolvency— Want of employment in 18S3, 1884, and 1885, sickness in family, and preBBure of creditors. The insolvent explains that early in January, 1886, he went to Mel bourne in search of work, leaving liabilities (or £72 15s, 7d., which are still unpaid. His earn ings in Victoria were just sufficient to meet his expenses fox three years, and on his return in search of employment early. in January, 1839, he was arrested for one of the old debts, which ha is quite unable to pay.' Seoond-class certifi cate. ' In be Alibed James Hains, of Whit warta, Farmer. — Adjourned final hearing. Mr. Lathlean for the insolvent, and Mr. Gepp for the official receiver and a creditor. A first class certificate was grante...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 19. [Before Mr. S Beddome. P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

Tuesday. Maboh 19. (Before Mr. S Beddome. P.M.1 Joseph Beckwith was charged on the informa tion of Frederick Alexander with having broken into his house on the night of December 22 and stolen a silver watch and chain and articles of wearing apparel valued at about £4. A. Alexander, a brother of the prosecutor, beard a window open during the night in ques tion and eaw a perssn enter the bedroom and take a watch hanging over the head of his brother's bed. The man went oat, but enter ing a seoond time took eome clothes and left finally. The lad then awoke his brother. The intruder saw his way by lighting a matci. Geoige Greer purchased tha watch fron? Bsck with en December 24, The defendant was committed for trial.

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Dr. O'Connell.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

p POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. MONDAY, AlAEeH 18. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Dr. O'OonneU.1 Theo. D. Hammond was charged by Fredk, Charles Carter with feloniously converting to his own nee certain scrip in the Block 14 S.M. Co,, of which he was the bailee. Meaers. Lathlean and Holland appeared for the prose cution, and Mr. W. V. Smith for Mr. W. H. Fairley. into whose hands it was alleged the scrip {had passed. Prosecutor stated that he had ordered defendant to purchase for him 10 Block 14 shares on March 18, 1888, and to hold the shares for him. The defendant subse quently advised splitting the scrip into single ehareB, and to this Garter agreed and gave Hammond £1 for the consequent expenses. About June 16 he was informed by letter from defendant that he had lost his pocket-book containing the scrip. Soon afterwards he saw Hammond, who said he could not make the loss good at that time. As Hammond did not keep a subsequent appointment he put the matter into the hands of his solic...

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[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.] LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph,] London, March 14. Austria looks with suspicion on the present aspect of affairs in Servia, and 1b mobilising her troopB on the frontier. Mr. Dawson, editor of the Cliarleston Neics, South Carolina, has been murdered by a doctor with whom he had a dispute. The somewhat sudden death is an nounced of Vice-Admiral Juares, the Minister of Marine In the new French Ministry. London, March 15. Tbe Austrian Government has ordered the Danube Steam Navigation Company to have their vessels put In a state of preparedness for war service, and to have them all available at call in case of aa out break of hostilities with Servia. The Governorship of Cape Colony has been offered to and declined by the Right Hon. H. C. Raikes, the present Post master-General, and It Is now suggested that the Marquis of Lome should be ap pointed. The death Is announced at the age of 69 of Enrico Tamberlik, a famous Italian tenor singer, who retired, however, from the stage many ye...

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[From the Melbourne Herald] LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

[From the Melbourne Herald ] London, March 13. Mr. Henniker Heaton has given notice in the House of Commons for the produc tion of the papers In connection with the difficulties raised against compliance with a request of the Australian colonies for an alteration in the dates of the depar ture of the mails from Adelaide to suit the convenience of the Eastern colonies. An ettort is being made to arrange a sculling match on the Thames for £500 or £1,000 a side and the championship of the world between Searle, of New South Wales, the present champion, and O'Connor. The books and accounts of the Irish Land League, produced before the Time? Parnell Commission, show that Australia and New Zealand subscribed £20,000 to the funds of the league during the years 1883-8 Inclusive. London, March 14. It is anticipated that Mr. Michael Davitt, M.P. , will deliver a moat exhaus tive address to the commission which la enquiring Into the charges made .by the Times against Mr. Parnell and the leaders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

The Conservator of Water has gone to Port Augusta for the purpose of starting the con struction of a small reservoir to hold about 6.000.000 gallons for the supply of that town. It is not the intention of the Commissioner of Public Works to proceed with the construction of the larger reservoir until he has more trust worthy information as to the retaining cha racter of the ground, and with this object further examinations and reports will be made. In view of the large amount of money that has already been expended at Port Augusta he considers it absolutely necessary that the rate payers should not be burdened with addi tional responsibility until accurate knowledge is obtained as to tbe reBtdt of farther work. It is propoeed to carry out the smaller reser voir with local labor under the supervision of fc&ettB of ttft deportment.

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Telegraphic News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [From our own Correspondents.] LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

^Wegritplttc §-$&$. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [From our own Correspondents.] Londox, March 15. The Canadian Government) have agreed to subsidise to the extent of £100,000 the Atlantic steam service, and to contribute £150,000 a year to the service between Japan and Australia provided the Aus tralian Governments co-operate. The Maori footballers yesterday played against a team representing St. HelenB, Lancashire, whom they defeated. London, March 16. A syndicate has been projected to par ch»E6 the whole of the collieries In the north of England. The contemplated capital Is £100,000,000, and it will be known as the Northern Coal Syndicate. Intelligence from New York reporte that Mrs'. Lily Langtry, the actress, Is seriously ill, the doctors at latest advices certifying her condition to be precarious. Mr. F, N. BraddoD, Agent-General for Tasmania, and Sir GeorgtTlnnes, formerly Governor of Victoria, have been presented at court. Mr. Paul de Cautello, of Victoria, is organising dinner...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

SSW SOUTH WALBS. {From oar own Correspondent,] Sydney, March 21. A deputation representing the Fruit growers' Union waited on the Premier to day, their object being to have an in spect ot of imported fruit appototad, bo as to check the introduction of disease. Sir Henry Parkes promised that the subject should receive early attention. jn connection witn tne ventral uum oar- land personating case, for which Walter Hawkins received 18 months' imprison ment, six men, named Wade, McGrath, Mack, Mason, McPherson, and Ball were to day remanded at the Central Police Court on a charge of assisting Hawkins in carrying out the personation. At the Central Police Court to-day Willis Allison Bennett, late clerk in the City Treasury Department, was com mitted for trial for embezzling £17 Us. 3d., tbe moneys of the City Council. He manipulated and forged cheques in pay ment of rates which passed through his Sands. Owing to the depressed state of the copper market Mr L. Lloyd has in structed his man...

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THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. 1 ? ? [From our own Oorreerwndent.l London, March 15. Mr. Shaw Lefevre yesterday, In the House of Commons, put the question of which he had given notice as to whether Queensland had refrained from con tributing to the maintenance of the Aus tralian navy, and if bo whether the Im perial Government are prepared to pay the share which should have been borne by the dissentient colony. BaronH.de Worms, theUnder-Secretary for the Colonies, stated that the Imperial Government were aware of the attitude of Queensland on the subject, but never theless would proceed with the construc tion and equipment of the ships. They were confident that Queensland would eventually contribute towards the cost of the navy, the benefit of which the colony would share in common with others.

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THE VICTORIAN MASONIC UNION. THE INSTALLATION OF SIR W. J. CLARK. A BRILLIANT CEREMONY. Melbourne, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE YIOTORIAU MASONIC UNION. THE INSTALLATION OF SIR W. J. CLARK. A BRILLIANT CEREMONY. fRv TVtlpcFTanh.l Melbourne, March 21. The ceremony of installing Sir Wm. J. Clarke as grand master of the United Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Ac cepted MasonB of Victoria took place to day in the Town Ball, in the presence of a large and an imposing gathering of brethren . There were between 2,500 and 3,000 members of the craft present, repre senting not only the four constitutions -which had been amalgamated, but numerous intercolonial and foreign lodges. AU present appeared in full regalia, and presented a spectacle un equalled in the history of colonial Free masonry. The platform hi front of the organ was decorated with shrubs and pot plants, and on a slightly raised dais beneath the throne of King Solomon was placed, whilst at some little distance was a small pedes tal, on which was placed the volume of the eacred law. The utnal lodge furniture - was draped in blue velvet, ornamented wit...

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[From the Melbourne Herald.] LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

m [From the Melbourne Herald.] London, March 18. The Rothschilds and other financiers, through the agency of whom Russian loans have been hitherto raised and con verted, have informed the Czar that un less the Russian intrigues in the Balkan Peninsula are restrained it will be impos sible for them to proceed with the loan which the Czar's Government is desirous of obtaining. General Boulanger has delivered a speech at Tours, in the course of which ha declared his policy more distinctly tbau he has hitherto done. He said he was convinced that no form cf monarchy could be restored in France without creating a violent strain upon tbe country- He ia in favor of a liberal and tolerant but non Parliamentary Republic, with a hospitable policy towards other coautriea. The Freeman's Journal is jabilantat the telegram received from Sydney announ cing that an enormous meeting has been held in Sydney to express sympathy with Mr. Parnell, and to congratulate htm npon the breakdown of the charges...

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THE TIMES AND MR. PARNELL. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE TIMES AND MR. PARNELL. {From our own Correspondent,] London. March 15. The Right Hon. John Morley has Inti mated his Intention of having Mr. John Walters, the publisher of the Times, arraigned at the bar of tha House of Commons on a charge of contempt In hav ing asperaed the reputation of ita mem bers. Mr. Morley will next week table a proposition for giving effect to his par pose. London, March 16, Mr. Parnell, through his counsel, Six CharleB Russell, has subpoenaed Lord Carnarvon, who held the post of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from June, 1885, to January, 1886, and Sir William Harcourt, Home Secretary In the Gladstone Go vernment, to appear next week aB wit nesses before the Judicial Commission.

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NHILL (VICTORIA.), MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

NHILL (VICTORIA), Mabch If, Water-carting is being carried on this season on a mott extensive scale by the farmers. — PloughingisparBuedundergreatdimeuUy,a3the land is very hard, having baked down consider ably since the heavy rains at the commencement of the year. — The fruit trees and cuttings of vines planted last year have had a hard time, ana tne greater number have perished, which msana a decided loss to the district. — Wheat haB risen with a bound, but as the majority of the farmers had sold before prices went up they are now drawing elongated facaaattha charge for bran, pollard, and flour, — diles of farms and farm stock are far too numerous, and causes the question to bs asked — Where are the farmers going, and what will become i oE the artisans and storekeepers if the population continues to migrate at the same ratio ? Ho «v ever, we have the m&Uee laud around Nbill, which will for many a year keep the town growing.— Nhill ia becoming a town of sub stantial buildin...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA Melbourne, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA CFrom our own Correspondent.! Melbourne, March 21. The petition for the compulsory seques tration of the estate of Mr. David Munro was accepted to-day, being made return able for March 28. The petitioning creditor was Mr. George Howard, stock and station agent. The wills of Mr. George l&usaell, late of Golf Hill, near Shelforu, who has left £350,000, Mr. Thos. Baillle, late of Toorak, who has left £38,500, and of Mr. Robert Earle McCracken, late of Ascot 'Vale, who has left £63.200, were proved in the Equity Court to-day.

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THE FRENCH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. LONDON, Match 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE FRENCH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. [From our own Correspondent,! .London, March Id. The French Chamber of Deputies have sanctioned the prosecution o£ sevaral members of that Chamber who are alleged to be Implicated in the intrigues of the Patriotic League. M. Deronlede, a prominent Boulangist, is among the num ber, and against him the Government have specific evidence that he attempted to mobilise the adherents of the league with a view to a rebellion.

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. TANUNDA, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

COUNTEY TELflGBA MS. [From oat own Oorrsspoadents.l TAKUNDA, March 21. A fancy dress carnival wag acid to-night ia Bascdow's Statins Kink, which wag decorated and oicfely illuminated. Tha attend inc^ was very large, many coniingfrom neighboring to wa ebips. The proceedings wound op with a oall, which was largely atlecded, HAMLEY BRIDGE. Match 22. Mr. J. Koos, manager of the National Bank here, died this morning. Hia death was caused through the butbtiDg --{ a Wool vessel, which occurred three weeks ago. QUORN, March 22. A a e&thasiastic football meeting wae^bald last evening at tbe Transcontinental Hotel, Mr. John Con way in the chair. Mr. W, A. Jones was appointed secretary and treasurer. Thirty names were given in as members. The late patron, Mr. VV. C. Barton, was unani mously re-elected. The mayor was chosen as president, and other officers were appointed. A color match is fi^ed for April 6. PORT GERMEIN, March 22. Mrs. Cannichael, sen., whilst driving home yesterday fro...

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THE PORT AUGUSTA RESERVOIR. Port Augusta, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE POET AUGUSTA RE3ERV0IB. [Br Telejjrflph.l Port Augusta, March HI. On Monday last 14 'men were engaged to work on the reBervoir, but yesterday the men were informed that work must be discontinued, as the site chosen waa on private property and tbe proprietor refused to allow tha work to be begun until arrangements with the Go vernment were completed, A party of gentlemen went out to Woolundanga yebterday with a view of ascertaining whether a more natural site fox a reservoir could not be procured than the one selected, and after looking at the country around came to tbe unanimous opinion that the proper place for tbe reservoir waa in what is known as the '* Woolundupga Old Garden.' A retaining wall bt the vreet and south sides would dam back the ?waters, -which msh down like a torrent in tbe winter time. Already three walls exist in the creek, which if made a little higher would tske the silt, and thus deliver the water almost pure in the reservoir. Representations will be made t...

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UNEMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. Sydney, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

UNEMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. [By Telegraph] _ bydney, March 21. A deputation from yesterday s meeting of unemployed to-day waited on the Premier to urge that the public works contemplated by the Government should be at ODce proceeded with In order that work might be found for numbers of men ' now out of employ. Sir Hentv Parkes. in reply, said that public works could not be opened in a few boara, certain formalities having to be gone through, and it was neceseary that the Government should seriously consider the matter. The Cabinet had yesterday discasaed a scheme which would give employment to about 2,000 men, and after being fully con sidered they would be opened as soon as possible. He would let the deputation know in a day or two what the Govern ment intended to do.

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THE VICTORIAN GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE VICTORIAN GENKBAL ELEC TIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. ,(By Telegraph.1 Melbourne, March 21. The nominations for the general elec tions took place to-night. There was a very large number of candidates, and only 11 members were returned unopposed, viz , Mr. J. H. Wheeler, for Daylesford ; Hon. H. J. Wrlxon (Attorney General), for Portland ; Hon. J. L. Dow (Minister for Lands), for Kara Kara; Hon. W Mad den, for Horaham ; Mr. S. T. S taught on, for West Bourke ; Hon. J. F. Levlen, fox Barwon; Mr. J. Mclntyre, for Maldon; Mr. G. D Carter, for Mel bourne ; Mr. M. H. Davies, for Toorak ; Sir Bryan O'Loughlin, for Port Fairy ; and Mr. C. Smith, for Jolimont, West Richmond. ' For the remaining 85 seats 244 candi dates have been nominated. For the metropolitan electorates the following nominations were received : — Eastern suburbs (1)— Hon. D. Gillies Premier, and Mr. Jas. Maloney. EBsendon and Flemlngton (1) — Hon.' A. Deakln (Chief Secretary), and Mr. J. E. Rlgby. Fitzroy (1) — Messrs. Jas. H...

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