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EXTRADITION OF CRIMINALS. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
EXTRADITION OF CRIMINALS. London, April 27. The proposal that a conference be held of representatives of European Powers, in order that complete arrangements might be made for the extradition of political criminals, is regarded rery favorably by Alexander HI., Czar of Russia, the Emperor of Germany, and the Emperor of Austria. Most of the nations of Western Europe are, however, opposed to the idea, and the Governments of Great Britain, Trance, and other countries have signified their disinclination to accept the sugges tion.
[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] THE ARREST OF MR. BRADLAUGH. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
f REUTERS TELEGRAMS.} THE ARREST OF MR. BRAD-LAUGH. London, April 27. After the removal of Mr. Bradlaugh from the boiy of the Chamber last night, on the adjournment of the House he was permitted to go at large. On the House of Commons assembling this afternoon, how ever. Mr. Bradlaugh again presented him self, entering the House and demanding to be allowed to take the oath. FT™ removal traa ordered by the Speaker, upon which a long debate followed, in which several of the most prominent members on beth sides took part. Eventually Mr. Bradlaugh voluntarily withdrew on his colleague Mr. Labouchere giving formal notice of his intention to introduce a BUI, the object of ?which would be to permit Mr. Bradlaugh to take the customary oath.
MR. BRADLAUGH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. LONDON, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
MR. BRADLAUGH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. London, April 28. The motion of Sir Stafford Northcote passed in the House of Commons on Taea -lay, refusing Mr. Bradlaugh permission to swear and take his seat as one of the repre sentatives for JS'orthampton, has created a great deal cf excitement among his consti tuents and in the town generally. Meetings have been held, attended by large numbers of people, for the purpose of publicly dis cussing the case, and deciding what steps should be taken under the circumstances. The agitation is in favor of Mr. Bradlaugh.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
Bmtnaas- irotieea. S tJOOM Jfor $33 tog. PABLOB FOB 4J9 10a. 6d. Sqnare or Sound Tablo -O«ie-ae-t«a Ohairs PaHsbed Back Sofa 12yardi Darpet Set of American Lea- ? Hearthrug ther Gaebions fordo. F«ader and . Fire Irons, BEPBO0M JOB £7 8«. Ercnah Beditead ' Complete Toil** Set Hock Be*; looking Glass Fair faittassei .W*ter Bottle ana Ton- Bolrter bier Pillows 3 Cane-seated Chairs Oedar 'Washstarid 0 yards India Hatting Preenr* liable fclTCffEM FOB £6 11b. 6d. He^Bale' g££««*H»ai- S iucnnii Ohairs . ..SerabBrash 1 Cottage Dinner Set . 2*Tat Irons Tenrft ?* '* - - —Juai-'!!-™ 10hinaT«aSet :J-nstP«ii Sfeaapoons ' *J 6Tqmblers_ . . . . 8EmTe«andForta 4 Wine Glasses Settle tamp Briler PairSaltoeUars 2 Galvanised Tuba Sugar Basin 3 Saucepans Butter Dirt. W.T.FLINT, Furnishing Ironmonger, 37, SnWLEYST&SSJ, BA3SK-STBBBT, ADEIiAIDH. x!88o B. LAYCOCK, €emetery,Stone,&Slate Yards, Bentham Street (Opposite Brews * Thompson'*}. XOKBH1KIS, HEADSTONES, TOKB KAHJ2TGS, &c. Jff&...
YATALA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
TATAti. Eetarning-ofScer — Mr. K. Vercff. Two mem bers. Candidates— Messrs. W: Oavenagfi, W. Gilbert, and D. Murray. ^~- Polling Places. § J g | g £ 6 a B £ £ & Salisbnry .„ 73 69 SS 3 161 117 Smitifield ... 46 38 59 2 150 93 Baohsfelda ... 40 47 33 2 87 71 Virginia ... 12 14 15. 0 44 27 Dublin ... 15 25 35 0 51 43 Two Wells ... 45 78 51 3 169 103 Mallala ... 12 14 33 0 46 33 Sedbanks ... 8 23 7 0 33 21 Waslejs ... 19 31 18 2 75 42 Totals ... 270 339: 303 12 822 559 DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The declaration of the poll took place in the Salisbury courthouse on Taesday, April 26, at noon. There were about forty persons present Mr. E. Veeco (returning-officer) announced the final result of the polling, a-:d declared Messrs. W. Gilbert and D. Murray duly eleotad. The announcement was received with cheers. Mr. Gilbert, who was received with load cheering, saidherosewithagreatdealof pleasure to propose a vote of thanks to their worthy returniog-officer. It needed no words of his t...
TO THE GOLDFIELDS AND BACK. No. I—THROUGH THE NORTH-EAST. "Gold, gold, gold, Heavy to get and light to hold." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
TO THE GOLDiTELDS AND BACK. [Bronx Special Bepreaentative.] No. I.— THEOUSH THE NOBTH-HA8T. 'Gold, gold, gold, Heavy to get ana light to hold.' Since the world-famous day in February, 1851, when Hargreave's startling discovery of the yellow dross at Bathurst woke the plodding colonists of that time to the astounding fact that they had been walking on untold wealth for years, and turned the easy-going graziers and. shepherds into an eager bustling throng of dirt-stained gold grubbers, no word has had such an elec trical effect on all classes of the community as the short word ' gold.' Staid sober-sided - men feel a thrill of excitement at the very whisper of the discovery of the royal metal, - while to the mind of adventurous youth the - picture of another Bendigo or Billarat, where a ragged tamper might become a millionaire by the stroke of a' pick or turn - of a spade, is at once conjured up, and no privation, hardship, or danger, is deemed too - great that will enable one to try- ...
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
THE 'HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELEC TIONS. TSe*ftHbwing- bio the result* of tie: third: latch of electtana-tor-Hm TTorrmpf. Assembly; — r.roiTT Betnmiug:o£Boec.ME. J. Tarley.S.M. Three members. OaijaHatei-J. Cotes, .R.Dixsou.H. y. Movie, J. White. . a- ? « a S ?§ poii»g 5. g a. | | i g «?—? 1 5 I S I ?! i I Kapunda... 332 299 316 833 8 1222 573 Greenock 50 81 75 68 1 806 124 Sheaoaklog. 26 24 21 IB 1 82 39 Ashwell ... 35 11 28 29 1 92 41 BaaotfeWell 9 3 7 7 0 53 12 Freeling ... S» 28 20 83 2 104 60 DottanTown 7 27 20 5 0 36 39 Harrabel... 60 79 48 74 0 18S 113 Xinwocd ... 2T 7 14 27 0 57 38 Eudunda... 24 50 47 37 2 171 75 Point Pass 47 45 52 19 0 95 60 Korean ... 24 20 14 25 0 54 31 Totals 670 674 692 640 18 2163 1183 Treble Vbte^Xtoable Votes sad Plumpers.— Kapunda— Treble votes,, Gales, Dixaon, and mite, 22; Coles, Mojle, sad White, 100; Dixson, Mojle, and White 97. Doable, rotes, - ColesandDizBon,28;Ooles:andMbyle,9;Ooles end White, 81; BizsonaBd.MoyIe.49; Dixson and White, 13 ; Mojle an...
No. II—THE BARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
Ko. H.— THE BABBIEBS. Thacksringa is not an imposing city. As a matter .of fact it consists ©f a public house and a couple of tanks or dams. Be it understood that tank in the North usually means a great hole scooped out of the clayey soil by means of ploughs and scoops. We found it a very lively place, however, for when we arrived there were not -less than ten or a dozen teams of all descriptions camped round the water. Things began to look like ' off to the diggings' in earnest; and at night the white, tilted waggons and drays, with the numerous camp-fires throwing a warm red glow on the figures of swarthy, bearded men, and feeding horses, were really picturesque, while the sounds of concer tinas, penny whistles, and beaten tin pans, mingled with snatches of song and snouts of laughter, with ever and anon in the pauses the tinkle of a horse bell, or weird cry of curlew or plover, were highly suggestive of old diggings days, and jolly camps amongst the stringy barks and messmates of...
ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
ONKAPARIKGi. EetarniBg-offioer, Mr: H. C. F. Esan. Two xnemben. Caxdidutes— The Hbn J Csrr, Dl. Dtane, and Messrs.- F. B. H. W. Krichaaff aad J.Z.SeHar.. TolUoy Vtiuxt. ^ aC ?% S' § 'Wooohide ._ 60 y 59 109 SB 15S StirUngSast ... 81 13 31 0 45 Habndorf ... 4 49 47 2 51 Harrowgate .„ 16 6 15 0 20 Kairne .„ .... 49 48 27 6 85 Ixibetbal- ... 24 25 59 3 63 Ksnmantco ... 28 23 18 1 44 Callisgtos ... 31 16 29 S 4? Norton's Summit 33 17 52 8 57 Mount Loftj- ... 45 11 43 11 89 Totals ... 324 203 430 56 630 Messrs. -Exiahaafl end Oarr. were elected.
CANADA AS A FIELD FOR AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
CANADA AS A FIELD FOR AGRI CULTURAL SETTLEMENT. Evee since Australia was thought of as offering attractions to Englishmen desirous of establishing for themselves a home in a new land, America has been the one formid able rival in the emigration department — we will not say market — for to those who from their own memories look back upon the buried past, that expression might re mind them of slavery in the United States and convictism at Botany Bay and at that more horrible abode of crime and misery, Port Macarthur. We have changed all that long since ; no convicted felon from Europe has been transported to Australian shores for the last thirty years to serve his sentence in this part of the world, if we except the little colony of Western Australia; and owing to the vigorous remonstrances of the eastern provinces transportation to that portion of the continent ceased fifteenyears ago. All these colonies have long since shaken off the stigma of convictism, and have invited the enterp...
The Elections. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
%\t Mtdmn. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. The scrutiny of tbe voting in connection with '. the Legislative Council -election was concluded on WednesdBj morning, April's'. - The following are the details of tfae voting :— . c oc^S'J t= 515»5I'SS.'- !!!=?- * *: : s: ? gS_S ? iti«IiI~««ssSIH aMtAdal»i-ie- ? ScScoc££Srir5 j5.S5.5j5S L.S 5 Adelaide. cctocD t— t— »-* -~ t~i ,-* ** hhh Worth gEgi-feo.Sg&gggggg Adelaide. £lio=Sfe525g§£sic Norwood. .»£?.»&? £o im *^«--fec0«-aM cci— Olynde, c££wo+-'Ooc;cao£Sc?«5~Jco£o Ulett Uamoud t^i&o t£t€tvtoto*'**tobo*^ WfllkerWIIe. SS£ScCga,gE.,tBO,sSc Jtt'gi»j- ' coSccaccHttfajcopi-iCTM Kent Town. OOCCSO -JQi^4-DOO}f-M*4Jj T?*Mr- Tnpnins 'enw wwoS*!S»o«^Sh Hiadoiamb. rf^enca tOHHtsuHHHtobSH Hi I ton. S&StScScnoaSiSoaOi-^^cn So J*r*18pO0t. C: 3D ^- C -Z O QDCS ^- C3 C6 -^ **? ^ CO W ill*.'* i.*lrsVIf)0- O3*brccrticencb^cocco5ft0fco— »co ^f y *-Jreok. ?iF-ccod to i— ? »-^ co t-* ftO ♦— t9 *+ Xotal gjSg^SggggggggSS V7wl,T...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
DKOLAEATION OF THE POLL. The declaration of the poll to conneotion with the elections for tfae Legislative Council took place in the Town Hall on Wednesday at noon. There Teas a iarKeittendasce of the electors. TheBETTJUKiKG-OrriGEB annouiioed the re snlts of the ejection, and gave the details of the voting. He stated that orer 8,000 Yoting-pzpers had been examined, and out of this number 103 weieinformal -rotes. There were 4H plumpers. Hemight say with regard to the informal votes that they had to be distinguished nnder tbe Act in the following manner :— Those not ini tialled by tbe retuming-officer or his subordi nates, only one ; -and in this instanoe the acci dent -axoce through two voting -papers stioiring together, and only one on the top was initialled. Votes lor more candidates than were entitled to tie .elected, 22 ; many of these gentlemen in giving these votes had distinguished tberocelves by writing their names and mskiDg facetious remarks. Putting writing or marks on th...
TUESDAY, APRIL 26. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice, Acting Commissioner of Insolvency.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
Tuesday. Afkh, 26. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice, Acting Commissioner of Insolvency.! In re John George Harvey, of Crafers, publican. — Final hearing. Mr. Nesbit for the assignees. The accountant reported:— 'Liabi- lities, £234 3s. 6dL; assets, £131 16a. Id.; de- ficiency, £99 7s. 5d. The insolvent kept the Crafers Inn from December 24, 1880, to March 4, 1881. He was put in by the brewers, and had nothing of his own except about £30. There is no account of his takings, but they are estimated to equal exactly the expenditure shown by vouchers and his bank passbook. ln this way the profit on £277 13s. 6d. taken is shown to be £58 18s. 2d.: total. £86 12s. 2d. The expenses were — Housekeeping, £59 19s. 2d. ; licence and sundries, £16 18a. 5d. ; rent, £31 10s.; private account; £3 5s. 9d. — total, £116 13s. 4a'. Losses are also shown on valua tion out £58 4s. 3d. ; bones, trap, &o., £11 2i.— total. £69 6s. 3d. Grand total, £185 19s. 7d. Deficiency in estate, £99 7s. 5d. Th...
CRAFERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
CRAFERS. April 21.— Present — All. Tenders accepted — Widening road near Lewis's sawmill, T. Whibley, £9 15s.; forming and metall- ing Carey's Gully-road, No 1 piece, M. Johnson, £4 5s. per chain; No. 2 piece, £3 17s. per chain. N. Oldham wrote, giving guarantee for £85 to be paid by Mrs. Taylor for old road through her property to be &nbsp; closed. Clerk to reply that council decline to sign agreement until money is forthcoming. Mr.Wm. Brodie wrote, offering to clear road 18 feet wide from Mr. Welfare's to Mr. Winter's on condition that he be allowed the whole of the timber on the road, and twelve months to clear it away. Offer accepted, provided the road be kept clear for traffic. Mr. J. Hunter stated that he had made a mistake in price for contract No. 252, near Barton's, Cox Creek, that he had done £10 10s. worth of work, and would give it up rather than finish it according to specification. The chairman having inspected the work, reported that if the road was metalled a...
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
FOUND DEAD. A coroner's inquest was held at the Halfway House, Mount Barker-road, on Tuesday afternoon, April 26, to ascertain the circumstances of the death of Charles Hewlett, aged about 60 years, whose body was found in a gully at Stirling East, between Mr. Bradley's and Mr. Rowe's, on the previous day. Mr. Wm. Lewis, J.P., acted as coroner, and Mr. Henry B. Hayman was fore- man of the jury. William Bradley, shoemaker, of Stirling East, said — After dinner yesterday I went into the gully. Turning off the bank I saw a man lying down. Put my hand on his shoulder and then called to my man, saying I thought there was a man lying dead, as he did not move. The man came down. We lifted up deceased's head, and on seeing his face recognised him as Charley. Then telegraphed to the police. I do not know his other name. By the jury — There was no water in tbe gully. He looked as if he had been struggling. &nbsp; Adolphus George Ross said — I saw deceased on the main road yesterday mo...