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HEAVY GUN PRACTICE AT LARGS FORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Hkavv Gcn Practice at Labgs Fobt. On Saturday afternoon the G Battery Militia Garrison Artillery had satisfactory exercise with the guns at Largs Fort. The muster was a good one, the parade slate showing that there wue present' 36 rank and file, who were com . manded by Major Ferguson with. his subaltern officers, Lieutenants Dann and Singleton. A Dumber of visitors watched the firine from both inside and outside the fort. Hie worship the mayor (Mr. Jaa. Shaw) accompanied by -the town clerk (Mr. T. Worsnop) taok advantage of the occasion to pay a semi ? omcial visit to the fort, and he watched the result of the ahootine with great interest. Surgeon Lendon was in atten dance, and among the other officers present were Colonel Mathews, commanding the Militia Artillery, Captain Dyke, of B Battery, and Captain Blair and Lieutenant Hawke, of tbe Volunteer Force. The No. 4 80 pounder M.L. gun waa worked, and fired with good effect on the ordinary flag target moored 1,700 yards out at sea, ...

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices. Friday evening, March 29. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SSmtmetckL 'WEEKLY EPITOME. JLdttrtiser and. Chronicle Offices. Friday evening. March 29. Geseeaii Merchandise. jUugmess throughout the seek has -been q^iet, and therefieno active demand for any class of goods, the dry weather being a drawback to any special- briskness -in trade. The sugar market has been quiet, supplies of all kinds having run very short. Fair sized parcels of ManritraBvdescriptions ex Umzinto have been disposed of privately. In yellows bright grainy Queensland- have sold in small lots at £2L to £21 10a. per ton, and stocks are small. Rations are scarce and wanted. The 'L'Avvenire,' according to a cable advice via Aden from Mau zitiuB; received on Monday, is dae here with a cargoinarortnight or three weeks, The market is BtroDg, and also in Melbourne- and Sydney. With, regard to the Queensland market the *' Queensland Trade Review' of March 16 says:— 'Considerable transactions have taken place .' in Brisbane since -the commencement ? of the current month, retail bu...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

§itqrpmg ffitiBZ. AKRIVED. Satttedat. Maboh 28. ALPHA., cutter, 12 tons, W. GifEord, froaa Pott Wakefield. MALOUliM. ketch, 21 toaa, J. McGrorom, from Port Wafrefield. ENDEAVOR, k?tch, 17 tons, J, Ja3per, from Port Wakt fit W. ETTY, ketch, 18 toaa, P. Valarie, from Clinton. THREE SISTESS, ketch, 17 tan*, 3, Eichatde, from the coast. ELSIE, ketch, 59 tons, V7. Licquist, from Kicgetcn and Btacbpoit, -— AOTI VR, ketch, 41 tona, S. J, Bishop, from * Port Wakefield. FERRET. Bteamar. T46 tons, W. Orooker, from Ports Aoguata. Lincoln, and Wallaroo. Passengers— Rev. Thomas Swan and hlxB, Swan, Mesdames Taoknott, Thring. MtBBSa Thricg and Smith, Me^ra. Thring, J. W, Hall, H. Gittiog, W. R. Harvey, W. Cooling, Suthetland. J. Stephens. W. Ifould, and A. Thompson, in the cabin ; and 6 is the second -cabin. Cargo — 200 tone copper, 100 do. flour, EG bags oysters, 1 horse, and sundries. Sunday, Maboh 24. JESSIE DARUNtt, Bteamer, 150 toni, F. W. Wendland, from Port Lincoln. MORNING STAH, ketch, i3...

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A HINT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FRUITGROWERS. Hobart, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

A HINT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FRUITGROWERS. Hobart. March 25. Tbe Orient steamer Ibaria arrived to day from Sydney, and is now taking ia » cargo oi fruit for England . Seven thousand cages will be shipped.

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CRUEL TREATMENT OF A SAILOR. Sydney, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

CRUEL TREATMENT OF A SAILOR. Svdnev. March 25. After occupying several days at the Newcastle Police Court the case against Captain Jones, of the British barque Glen Coyne, for assaulting a sailor named Otto [HermanneB, on the high fleas, was concluded to-day. The evidence clearly showed that Heraannes had been most cruelly treated by being fastened to a stanchion for several days and fed on weevily biscuits and water. The captala'a excuse was that Hermanses had refused to work because the captain would nob allow him to go aahore ab Townswlle to complain regarding the food. Hermanues refused to work at TovmsvUle, bub the captain did not punish him till they pub to eea, and the bench found that Jones ehould have appealed to the Civil authori ties in Towns ville, and nob waited to take the law into his own hands on the high eeas. He waa fined £10 10s., and £5 10s. 6d.-eoeta.

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DESTRUCTIVE HURRICANE IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. Sydney, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DESTRUCTIVE HURRICANE IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. Sydney, March 24 NewB to hand from the New Hebrides fihowB that another destructive hurricane visited the northern part of the group, doing considerable damage. During the gale the French steamer Caledonien was totally wrecked, and a sailor named Le Bonnelles was drowned. Tfie Cale donien was an iron vessel of 70 tons. The French steamer Tanais also en countered very rough weather, losing nearly 200 sheep, which she was bringing to Sydney from New Caledonia.

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE. Melbourne, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION CONFERENCE. Melbourne, March 24. A conference of delegates of the Aus tralian Natives' Association has just closed ab Sandhurst, The proceedings were most successful, wad satisfactory, showing a large increase in the number of branches and members. Regret waa ex pressed at the fact of the New South Wales Association being formed on a different basis to the Victorian one. Complimentary references, were made to the manner in which the Adelaide board of directors were working, and ib was stated that the association waB now in the acme of its prosperity. Delegates were present from all parts of the colony. Mr. J. L. Purves, Q C , was unanimously re elected president of the association.

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STRIFE AT THE PHCESIX FOUNDRY, BALLARAT. Melbourne, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

STRIFE AT SHE PHCEJfIX FOUNDRY, BALLARA.T. Melbourne, March 24. The strike at the Phoenix Foundry, Ballarat, etill continues, the number of men who have left being 130 ironmoulders' assistants and 20 smiths— 150 in alL Tha dispute arose in the first place through a letter from the Blacksmiths' Laborers Union, Melbourne, demanding an In crease of l£d. per hour in pay and'greater allowance for overtime, raising the pre sent rate of wages from 36s. to 40s. 6d. per -week. This demand waa being considered by the management and nothing approaching a strike was antici pated, but an unpleasantness was created by one of the officers of the association being dismissed for some neglect of duty. On Friday morning three of the black smiths' laborers were* ,late at their fires, when the manager, ordered their dismissal, and thereupon all the laborers in the association went out on strike on Saturday. The local Trades and Labor Council discussed the question of ap pointing s board of conciliation,...

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THE ALLISON-RIGNOLD PARTNERSHIP. Sydney, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE ALL1SON-RIGNOLD PART NERSHIP. Sydney, March 22. The theatrical case of Allison versus Bignold came on for hearing In the Equity Court today, an application being made for an injunction to restrain the defendant from selling his Interest in Her Majesty's Theatre. The parties entered into partnership in March, 1883, as theatrical proprietors and managers, and the defendant gave the plaintiff £500 for entry into the partnership, which to was continue until the ex piration of the lease of Her Majesty's Theatre in December, 1887. The plaintiff gave the defendant a mortgage of £2,402 over his estate and interest in the lease of the theatre. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant appropriated to his own nee large sums, the profits of the partner ship, and that he owes him several hun dred pounds. The partnership was ex tended Beveral times, and in January last a lease of Her Majesty's for seven years by Messrs. Rignold & Allison was ob tained. After the Co wen concerts, over ...

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NOTEWORTHY SAVINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

NOTEWORTHY SAYINGS. S&fe bind, safe find.— Thomas Tus3er. None so busy aB those that do nothing.— Dutch Proverb. He who has lost confidence can lose nothing more. — Boiste. He makes no friend who never made a fos. — Tennyson. Good for good is natural, good for evil is manly. — Tamil Proverb. There is no Bpite like that of a proud beggar. —French Proverb. Always something new, seldom something grod.— German Proverb. He that has no rest at home is in the world's hell.— Turkish Proverb. Occasions do not make a man frail, bat they ehow what he is. — Thomas a Kempis. Man is harsher than iron, harder than atone, more delicate than a rose.— Burmese Provero. Thrift of time will repay you in after life with a usury of profit beyond your most san guine dreams. You find yourself refreshed by the presence of cheerful people. Why not make earnest effort to confer that pleasure on others Conflict, whioh rouses? up the best and highest powers in eome oharaoters, in otners not only jare the...

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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bondey.] CITY OF ADELAIDE LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY V. THOS. BENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

gate €mzJ8. SUPBEMB COUflT— CIVIL SITTINGS. Tcesdat, Maech 26. [Before his .Honor Mr. Justice Bundey.] CHI OF ADELAIDE LAKD AND rSViSTitESI COMPANY V. IHOS. BENT. This was & suit to recover £155,000 damages for breach of contract to purchase a number of properties. Sir John Downer, Q.O., Mr. J. H. Symon, Q. G, , and Mr. Neabit for the plaintiff company ; the Attorney-General (Hon. C. O. Kingston, Q.C.) for the guarantors; and Mr. H. E. lxwner, with Mr. Grundy and Mr. Solomon, for the defendant. The heating of the case was continued from 'Thursday last. Air. B. E. Downer in resuming his opening;, sgain called attention to the point be had {deviously referred to, namely, the dealing of paxt of the case by the court and the referring of otSFr parts to the Master. His Honor said the decree he would make Trculd be subject to the requisitions being ?tea plied with that were referred to the Master. hit. Downer hoped the eourt would not ?deviate from we'l-ftround6d practice, unless ...

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MONDAY, MARCH 25. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Monday, Mabch 25. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.1 - In be William Eddbup Adcook, formerly of PalmerBton, bat now of Carlton, mer chant, — Adjourned final hearing. Mr. J. H, Symon, Q.O., with Mr. Stock for the trustee, Mr. C. M. tluirhead for the Federal acd Commercial Bank, Melbourne. Mr, Henderson for other creditors, and Mr. E. P. Nesbit for the insolvent. Mr. Nesbit applied for a formal order with ref trence to his application for the release of tbe inbolvent on bail for the purpose of appeal. Mr. Symon thought the application should be made after the examination. His Honor concurred. . Mr. NeBbit further applied that the bank books of Adcock Brothers might be returned to that firm. His Honor refused the appli cation. Mr. S?mon put in, at the insolvent's request, cettain letters between him and the Town and Country Bank cot previously tendered, aa well ? aB other papers relating to the action in the Supreme Court between the two patCieB men tioned and the bank an...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Tuesday. Maech 25. [Before his Honor Mr. Gommia&ioner Stuart, S.M.1 In be Frederick Mokphett, of Clarendon, Farmer.— Final hearing. T&e accountant re ported : — ' Liabilities — Unsecured. £121 17a. 9d.; secured, £116 ; total, £240 17s. 9d. Assets Hay, &c, held by landlord, valued at £14 10a,; van, held under hire note. £25; other property, unencumbered, £15 4s. 3d.; total, £54 14s. ' 3d. ' Deficiency in estate, £186 3s. 6d. Cause of insolvency — Bad crops. The insolvent has kept no books, but he has banded in a statement of ma affairs, and has given information and assistance in the pre paration of the schedule,' First-class certifi cate awarded. In re Heinbich Fischer, of near Eadunda, Farmer. — Final hearing. Mr. Tolley for the insolvent. The accountant reported : — ' Lia bilities, £131 5s.. 6d.; assets, nil ; deficiency in estate, £131 5s. 6d. CauBea of insolvency — Failure of crops in 18S5 6, and seizure of stock and plant in January, 1837. The insolvent ...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey.] CITY OF ADELAIDE LAND ADD INVESTMENT COMPANY V. THOS BENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Wednesday. Mahch 27. fBsfore his Honor Mr. Justice Btmdey.J CUT OF ADELAIDE XAKD AMD IKVESTMBJJT COHPANX V. THOS BENT. This wbb a suit to recover £155,000 damages for breach of contract to purchase a number of properties. Sir John Downer, Q.O., Mr. J. H. Symon, ?Q.G., and Mr. Nesbit for the plaintiff com . pany ; the Attorney- General (Son, G. C. Kingston, Q.C ) for the guarantors ; and Mr. S. E. Downer, with Mr. Grundy and Mr. Solomon, for the defendant. - The hearing of the case was continued from 'the previouB day. Air. a., iu. uowner resumed nis remarss, and said in reference to the rejection of title by the defendant that the defendant was not -fconnd by the terms of that rejection, nor by ?the reasons which he gave, -and he was entitled -to eet ap any other objections if they were found to foe' tenable. . In support he cited the ?cases- of Waddeli v. Wolfe, LB., 9 Q B. S15, and Bascombe y. Phillips, 29 L J.o 380 Mx. Solomon's letter of November 13 did not in any way alter the ...

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INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. Friday, March 22. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

INSOLVENCY COURT— ADELAIDE. ... . Friday, Mahch 22. f Before bis .Honor Mr. CommusiGner Stuart, * ?.:..-. &&£] IN be WHiiAii ..iwuBur .axcocK, tor -Tterly of Palnierston, but now of Carlton, .Merchant.— Mr. .J. H. Symon, Q O., with Sir. Stock, for the tra&tee ; Mr. C. &L Muir jaead for the Federal and Coaiinetcial Banks ; Wr, Henderson -for other creditors ; and Mr. sS. P. Nesbit for the insolvent. Insolvent was -examined in considerable detail by Mr. Symon -with regard to the balance-sheet of Adcosk Brothers, drawn tip in Septem*wr. 1887. This balance sbett i was piepared by insolvent's ^brother, and when the mp*tine was held to ducues tbe alignment of If. H. Adc9ck and V. V. Brown the insolvent painted ont various fir ore in the etateme&t of accounts presented. The amount due to tbe Town and Country Bank was understated by about £8,000. This 'was owing to the omission of bills of discount from the sheet Told his brother that he would find, t...

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TASMANIA. Hobart, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TASMANIA. fFrom our own Correspondent. 1 Hobarfc, March 22. It has been decided to register the Hobarb Opera House Company, Limited, with a capital of ^OOOafaares of £1 each, of which 7,200 have already been subscribed. BfeesrB. Burgess, Featherstone, Howard, Russell, and Pike have been appointed first directors, and Mr. Wm. F. Scott manager. Operations on a Bite In Liver pool-ttreet between Murray and Harring ton streets will shortly be commenced. Bobert Wilson, aged 82 years, a resi dent of 55 rears standing, while being ebavfd in a barber's shop to-day died from Hbbart, March 26. S:r Wm. F. D. Jervois, ex-Governor of Hew Zealand, waa a passenger for Mel bourne by the Wafrarapa leaving here to-night. Sir Wm. Jervois Inspected the Alexan dra Battery protecting Hobart this after coon, expressed a high opinion of its effectiveness, and also praised the Maxim gun. The police force this morning made a presentation to Albert Edward Richard - eon, the law student who recently made a pluc...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

QUEENSLAND. fFrom our own Correspondent.] Brisbane, March 22. Terrible accounts of the state of the country west come to hand. All available sheep tracks on the railways are now being utilised to convey the starving sheep to the coast. Sales of Monnt Morgan shares were made today at £10 10a. to £10 15s., the market being firm. Brisbane, March 24.* Mr. Bother ford, the newly -appointed manager cf Maneroo station, near Bar caldine, was lost In the buBh and hie dead body was found only recently. From Melbourne the police have re ceived Information that a girl of 17 years has given birth to a child at her father's houee at Kedron Brook. The girl states that her brother, aged 18, is Its father. The past 24 hours have been showery, and there are indications of more rain. Brisbane, March 25. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held in the Town Hall, Warwick, on Saturday, when resolutions were passed congratulating Mr. Parnell on having dis posed of the Times charges. The sum of £120 was c...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

KEW SOUTF WALES. [From' our own Correspondent.] Sydney. March 22. The Referees' Court established under the agreement between the associated owners and miners in the Newcastle dis trict, as the result of the late prolonged strike, to-day gave the award In the South Waratah colliery case, the finding being that the men's claim for increased hewing and yardage rates had not been established by evidence. Towards the end of February a young woman named Lavinia Dales died in the Sydney Hospital, and after a post mortem examination ur. wiunnson gave a certificate to the effect that death was the result of paritonlbb, he having noticed nothing of a suspicious character. It has, however, oozed out that while delirious the girl several times referred to having been the victim of criminal malpractice by some illegal prac titioner, and the facts coming to the ear a of the police the matter was laid before the Minister of Justice, who ordered the exhumation of the body, which took place to nigh...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VlOTORii. fFrom our own Ooirssooadaat S Melbourne, March 22. Mr. Hayter, the Government statist, has prepared an estimate of the popula tion of Melbourne and snbarb3 for the \ear 1888. At the end of the year tha population etood at 437,785, and the mean of the rear was 419,490. The birth rate was lower In Melbourne city than In any other suburban districts, and the death rate hi the city was also much below the average. I? orthcote had the highest death rate, namely, 20 42 per cent, per 1,000 of mean population, and Kew the lowest, with 11 84 per cent. The birth rate was bighefit in Footscray, namely, 50 81 par cent , and lowest in Melbourne city, where it was 26 48 per cent. Henry Anderson, aged 17 years, son of a well-known farmer, of Barraaibeet, while trying to catch a rabbit in a barrow was bitten on the ringer by a snake and died from the effects. One hundred ironworkers' assistants at the Ptoenix Foundry, Ballarat, went out en strike to-day, owing to the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

A Good Food foe Invalids, children, sod all per sons whoBe digestion is delicate. It that prepared by Beave, and it oombraes a further recommendation in its cheapness. Sot that expense should be too closely stndkd whtre the welfare of our oUve branches 1b in question ; but economy naturally exalts at the com bination of goodness end cheapness. It is found a plcason* food by those wfcc tafcc it. sc«J is decidedly iintiiticue and wfcoifc«r»e.

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