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INSOLVENCY COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
INSOLVENCY COURT. Moin-AT,APBXL SS. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] In bb WnxiAM Both wrax Oizvxb, of Ade laide, Timber Merehant.— Adjourned final hear ing. Mr. Wadey for the insolvent. Aa the schedule was not ready the hearing was ad journed till M»y 17. IN RE JOHN AUNGER, of Georgetown, Farmer, and the claim of Simon Aunger.— Mr. C. C. Kingston for the insolvent and the claimant, and Mr. Ronald for the assignees. The matter had been referred to the accountant for a report, which had been received, but Mr. Kingston disagreed from the accountant's find- ing. Adjourned till dividend audit meeting. &nbsp; &nbsp; Iir be WnxiiM B. HotHBSBV.of : Adelaide, Fainter —First hearing. Mr. O. O. Kingston for the insolvent Mr. T. Pope applied that Mr. Scarfe a creditor, might be appointed trade assignee. Application granted; also a provi sional order for £20. Ik ke Samuel Caches, late of Norwood, laborer — Fint bearing. Insolvent was allowed to retain his earnings up to £2 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
? Shipping. ? _^A^ Ul£AMlO LODUOD, Wj^Jg ORIENT WNE. ^XnetoUowiBg Steamships, belonging to the Orient Steam Navigation Oompaey (Limited) and tha Pacific Steam Navigation Company nDl leare Adelaide at the undermentioned dates tor London via the Suez Gaud : — Tons. Efearia .. 4.6C6 Hay 12 *oW _. 4^18 May 36 ObtmboimEO 8,847 June 9 Qtttmze... 8JS76 Jane 33 John Elder 4.1BJ July 7 Toss. Omco ... 8.M5 July 21 Aconcagua 4,107 Ang. 4 Cotopaxi.. 4,028 Aug. 18 Orient .. 6^38 Sept. 1 bsttasia &82S Sept. 16 Calling at Naples to land Passengers and And the service will be maintained by guo -gedineSteamerBat intervals of a fortnight. lines to London, 15 to 70 guineas. Does Canal dues 8s. in addition. Passcges from London can be granted in Adelaide. For plan* «»a ial particulars apply to *? *reen & Co., anu Anderson, Anderson, & Oo., Joint Managers of the Line; or to the Agent* ?'''''''- JOSEPH STILLING & OO. ? 245ar248-- 5w^=k TTK)E POET DABWIN AND J^^^^J BATaVIA....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
JJIRTH8, MABB1AGBS, ahd DEATHS, JJIRTHS. BEOUGHAM.— On the 19th April, at Lynton Cottage, Fort Lincoln, the wife of Samuel Brougham, of a daughter. BTJBOH.— On the 21st of Apr!!, at GlaariHe street, Glanville, tha wife of X. J.Boroh, of a. ?on. DANIEL.— On the 15th April, at Oapper street, Kent Town, the wife of Joseph Daniel, of a daughter. Both doing well. XSALLY.— On Easter Monday, at Crystal Brook, the wife of Thomas Keally, of a son. MOODY.— On the 23rd April, at Pekina House, Orroroo, the wife of Mr. John Moody, of scon. QOABTLY.— On the 24th April, at Miniates, Yorke's Peninsula, the wife of W. H. Qcuurtly, of a eon. GOOOH.— On the 24th April, atBelair.the wife of Walter Goocb, of a son. OOULTEB.— On the 85th April, at Mount Terrene, the wife of Henry Coulter, of m son. OH0ECH.— On. the 28th April, at Fallarton, the wife of George Church, of a daughter. MOYLB.— On the 8th April, at Oarringios Btreet, the wife *f Mr. J. Uoyle, of a daughter. TEBBBLL — On the 26th April,at Port...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
FOOTBALL. Tbe forthcoming football season is now fast approaching, aud most of the leading clab.3 have commenced preliminaries. A good deal of speculation is rife in football circles as to which club will hold the premiership at the end of the year, more than one being confident of obtain ing the pride of place. Nothing of any importance has yet been done in the shape of matches, &nbsp; although a few games have been played, none of which, however, are of very much importance. With respect to the matches on the tapis for the football season 1881 we shall have more to say when the proper time arrives, but meanwhile a few words on the game in the abstract may not be inappropriate. It is gratifying to find that the rules practised in South Australia are daily becoming more popular in England. In the latest accounts gathered from the home papers we find that the association rules are fest supplanting the Rugby union in metropolitan football circles, while new and important clubs...
THE MOUNT BROWNE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE MOUNT BROWNE GOLD FIELDS. Tbe following extract from the letter of our special correspondent at Mount Browne, just received, confirms to some extent tbe tele graphic report of a new rush to the northward, and also tbe discovery of a gold-bearing reef; but as our correspondent's letter is dated April 18, or only « few day* after our special repre sentative left Hilparinka, the alluvial rush rceiitioned is doubtless the same as that talked of before he started. Possibly some more work has been done on the new rash since. ' We cave got torougn tne rocKanaoameotia a 30-feet shaft, and are into a purple sand with some small water-wore quartz, Deing a sign of getting a wat:h— I bope so. News has come in to tbe warden of gold being found at some eight or nine miles from the old workings at Mount Foolo. The report says there was 15 dwta. got from 20 dishes of stuff (washed); no water within nine miles. A reef with gold Bhowing is spoken of at about 10 miles from there. I saw some of the...
NEWS FROM THE RIVER DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
NEWS FROM THE RIVER DISTRICTS. With reference to tbe rivers the JPeittrn Grczitr of April 28 says: -'The Darling, which dui i-jg tbe past week attained a m»xi mum t.f 6 lefct, ha3 been steadily falling since, abd iiO*r it-gUters but 3 f t. 0 in. above summer level at Wilcunnia. From Menindie a rise of 4 ft. is reported, bat this is anticipated as tbe re sult of the recent riae in the Upper Darling, which bas now fallen to summer level. Oir ?yTeiitworth correspondent wired laat night: — Late rise in M array kit enabled tbe Kirerma, Kingfither, aud Invincible to get down from Ecbuea, and the Corona up from Morgan. Tne Invincible has returned to Eckuca. Sixty-two points of rain fell on Monday morning.' The Western Grazier (Wilcanuia), under date of April 27, says : — *' The late unseasonably warm weather has been the characteristic of the past week, and the prognooticatious of a change to which the abnormal temperature ?eaaiad to point, were verified oh Monday laat by a lifht' fall of ...
THE STANLEY ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
TEE STANLEY ELECTION. DECLARATION Of THE TOLL. [Prom our awn Correspoulent. t The declaration of the pull was made at the tosu ball, Ulaie, on Friday, April 29. There was a terge attendance, ot elector*. Tbn n tuinuig-oftcer (Mr. T. W. Powell) annoanja.l ttt ruult at the voting, tad declared M.et»r«. | G«tt and Hone elected as iiicmocru of tbe i Htuteof Assembly. Mr. Catt ttuvtd a vote of thoi;ki to tile rttuiniDgffiieer lor the abi« iuanctx iu whioa te baa carried act his dut:t». He ml kn;-ra Kt. Powell for several rerrs, acd »1 ????n.ys fuuml several etmplaiats bad appeared iu Iba press Kr. Powell bad carried one all trie duties on DiLtcd with the election iu a incnt ni'.a nnd tli.iitiit mscLK. It was iDjpusgible ror aay ' cm ltan to 1 lease everybody. \Vi;iie there be jrnuld take the opportunity i-l upraising uia bcj-rilflt thanks to the elec'.ora. He had not aLtitii attd recrivirg racb a number of voces ; ai:d wiiile be expected to ae retarnc-il as oao of tbtir membere, he bad n...
THE FLINDERS ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. Port Augusta, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE FLINDERS ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [By Telegraph.;] [From our own Correspondent.] Fort Aogotta, May 2. Mr. Donaldson, the returning -offioer for Flinders, attended at the courthouse at noon lo-day, and saade hii ofnoial declaration of fc^'» retult of the poll for ins district of Flinders, end declared Mesue. Tennant, Cooke, and Mort lcck elected. There were about ISO persosa prisect, including ihe newly-alected member*, and Mr. Bnrgoyue, one of the defeated eandi datea. «ir.iUFuu piopuvea « vdbq ox uiann «o ina rtturnisg-oflicer, and complimented him on the fair and impartial manner in wtioh the eltetioo tad been condBcted. He also heartily thanked tbe elector* for having placed him ia the proud volition he occupied at tbe head of tbe polL * Mr. Cooke, in aeoonding the motion, said it was bis pleasing duty to return his grateful acknowledgments to the electors «f Flinders, for the fresh proof of their continued confidence in him, by electing him far the third time tobe ...
KAPUNDA, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
KAPUNDA, May 2. Tbe election for Light, rruca to tbe surprise of most Kspuuda people, resulted in the rejec tion cl Mr. White, Messrs. Movie, Dixson, aud ColeF, gaining the coveted places. Now the elections are over we have again settled down into ei-r normal state, which is a very quiet one.— Inst Saturday the Eapunda Fc3tball Club held their opening match on the oval, and (is they held their own against C3Ui)try CIUKD £UCb ECOBUil UUU 1WVC UUb 1UBL SiUjr |£.|-.,u men, tbey again hope to be in tbe front at tbe close of the present season. — On Frii*y evening the Philharmonic Society gave a con cert in the institute hall. There was only a modtrate attendance, but those who were pre cent wire all pleaced with the singing. — Very great regret is expressed here at the loss of life in connection with the wreck of the Tararoa. — The weather is cloudy now, aud rain is threatening.
AUCTION SALES. TIMER, &C. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
AUCTION SALES. TTMnsg, &C. Messrs. Townsend it Son hald a sale at Port Adelaide on Friday, April 29, when there wai a good attendance of the trade, asd sold nnder icEtrnotions from Messrs. P. Levi « Co, the eutiie cargo of the Fiona from the Baltic, eon EUiing of 32,271 prime deals in oue line at a very satisfactory price. Tke same firm abni sold 320 casks McLean Bros.' Kerne's coane aud superfine cement; also prime beavy Lannceston C-ft. palings, ex Swordfish,etsat3siactary priees. BEAI, ESTATE. Mr.D. W. Kelvin sold at the Port Adelaide Town Ball, on Friday evening, April 29, the whole of the real jsrojwity in tho late estate of Sir. Joseph Mellor, deceased. Tnere wag an excellent attendance, and the lots realised the following prices : -Toe premises at Semaphore occupied by Mr. F. B- Backnali, M.P., fetched £S,2d:0. Allotment l.Whitby, Semaphore, £12 36s per foot ; No. 28, £i ; No. 8, 40s ; Eos. 16and 17. 39$. Allotments St. Margaret's. Sema phore- Nos. 3 aod 4 at £5 5» ; ...
LAURA, Mat 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
LAURA, May 2. As oiriy 109 out of 288 on the Laura roll voted at tbe rtctiit election, I was disposed to think it evitced tench spathy on tbe part of the electors. EJM-ujfiDg the question with some of tbe old xetidentb I find tbtt a great many person! whose nereis aie en the roll are either deai or bave kit tbe dtstrict, and tbat all things considered a veiy respectable percentage put in an appsar sure at the btllot-box. — The old hostelrie. the I eura Hotel, has changed bands, the new land lord btii-g Mr. Nenstcact, who seems likely to kecvine vezy popular in the district. T under. Hand tbat Limself cud the Laura Brewery Cunipsuy paid for the use of the iiutitkto ball on Saturday night for Matthew Bur nett's temperance- lecture. A six days' mission cetvice was commenced by Matthew Burnett at the institute hell, Laura, on Sunday. The ball both in tbe afternoon aud evening was densely crowded, in the evening especially, very many persons being unable to obtain seats. Tie £apt.iht, We...
HALLETT, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
HALLETT, April 23. She weatiicr is very dull witn every appear ance uf rain, which is much wanted. — Trade is dull.oniug to most of the farmers bainj busy putting in their seed. — A nasty a. cident hap pened recently to a youog man in the e nploy of Messrs. Willicgton Brothers. He was as-isuug to lift a hot tire when hiB foot: slipped, aud the tire full on him. His hands weie much burnt, but uo other injuries were received.
THE EASTERN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THB EASTERN MAEKBE3. We have dates from O&lcutra to 5th April. Messrs. F. W. Heilgers & Co. acknowledge re ceipt of dates from Australia to 1st March, and report of the market as follows:— 'Jut i Fabrics. — We have still to report a very strong market, without any tendency so far to cisier values. Variens enqueues have bren made for wcDlfEcks and csmsicke, and althongb. the offers for tbe latter were higher than hitherto, vet nobody appears to be inclined to pay 29.8r (equal to Sis fid) to 2 Or (equal to 52a 3d) fco.b. for July- August delivery. For May delivery S2r (cansl to SE3 8d) is asked, which is auite prohibitcry to business. In twills for the country trade a wry large business is said to have been done at 31r, which accounts for the extreme price esked for cornsasks. Th3 only sales v.e have to record for thepist fort eight are SEOibales 10£ ?woolpacks, 1.4r,eaaal to 2e 2d 316tbs, to.b. April; 100 bales 11J wcolpzcke, 1.5r, equal to 2s 3£d, f.ob. April. Of bia...
HAMMOND, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
HAMMOND, April 27. After a very long drought we were favored on tlii; 23rd inst. with just about as much rain as nicely laid the duet. Water-carting has beeu cartitd on here during the last four or five months, and has been tne cause of much delay and trouble to the farmers. Many farmers hiv- almost finished seeding, and although working iu meny cases under very advene circumstance* thej ate jet full of hope ttiat the coming season m&j prove more remunerative tbau tue last one. There frill be a much larger arsa under wheat this \(sr than there was last.— Our tornshio is as jet progressing very slowly. Mr. Jacfea. for merly of Melroge, has just finished a building contwtiDg cf eleven neat rooms, where he has been granted a permit to retail wines, spirits, &c. It will prove very convenient to travellers aud others, as heretofore there has bseu no accommodation ia the township. — About four months ago a deputation waited on the Com missioner of Crown Lands requesting hi...
WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
WHOLESALE PillOBB OF OOLONIAI. PfiODUOB. tfnrtTXKkTxi miT xfABKST. Wholesale priees of oarcass meat during tke week have been— Prime beef, 30s to 32u 64 per ' 100 lbs; second quality, 20s. Sheep, crossbred and merinos, offered ; best crossbred wethers, 16s. 6i., others from 13b. to 14s. ; ewes, lls to 12s. 6d. ; seconds, 9e to 10s 6d-; beat merino wethers, 13a. to 14*. 6i. ; others from 10s. to 126. ; ewes, 8s. to 9s..; fat lambs, 16s. 60., ethers, 6s. upwards. — May 5. XiivNBEE AND TEHaiO»QBES' aOOTJS. Bones, £2; hoofs and knuckles, £3; shauk bonee.fram£6to£9; hides, bestbeavios, Ski. to 5Jd per lb ; horns, up to 2Ss ; pelts, 9d to 3s Id ; calfskins, 3d. to 7d. pet lb. ; kangaroo aUInn nn fn le tun 1h ? «n*A««V vnnl ftA ±4% 10i— Msy5. PEUIT AND VK3BTAB1SS. Almonds, 7d. per lb.; lemons. Is. to Is 6d. per dozen; figs (dry), Is. per lb.; oranges, 12s per box; raisins, 9d. per lb.; walnuts, 7d. per lb.; rhubarb, 3d per lb; bananas, nor 3; apricots, zuce ; cherries, none ; cabbage*, 2s....
PORT VICTORIA, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
TOUT VICTORIA, Aphix 30. The weather is keeping very dry, and tha farmers are grumbling, a great many of them bavirg to cart water ftom tbe port. They also tfcink tbe e«rly-sofvn wheat will have a poor cl Mice of coming to much if it does not get mere rain Boon. — The new port-office is being pushed on with vigorously, and when finished will be quite an ornament to the town. It would have presented a better appearance. However, it it had a verandah. — Since my last we have shipped to the United Kingdom 4,210 bags of vbc&t per Mountain Laurel, and coastwise 2 659 befes. I have heard some talk of the far mers at Kilktrnu getting their stores rouud to the new jetty at Balgowan, but they say il is 1 ntirtly useless for shipping wheat until it is extended to l.COQ feet. The price of wheat is 4s. to 4s. Id., not much offering. Butchers' meat and Lrun and pollard are rking very fast.
ADELAIDE RETAIL, PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
ADELAIDE EBTAH, PBICB3. Beef, 3d. to Sd. per lb.; mutton, 2Jd. to Sd, per lb. ; lamb, 3a. (fore-quarter), and 4s. (hind quarter); pork, 7d, to Sd. per lb.; veal, 6d. to Cd. per lb.; beef sausages, 4d. per lb.; pork do, 8d.— May 5. Almonds, 8d. per lb. ; apples, 2d. to 3d. per lb.; lemons, Is. 6d. to 3s. per doxen; orangeB; Id to 4e each ; figs, dry, Is. 3d. per lb. ; mul berries, none ; blackberries, none ; cocoanuts, 3* to 6s. per dozen; raisins. Is. per lb.; dry walnuts. Is. to Is. 3d. per lb. ; black plums, none; bananas, none; beans, French, 4d.; cabbages, 2d. to 6d. each; carrots, 8d. per bunch; cucumbers, 2d. to 4d each; garlic, 6d ; lettuces, Id. to 2d. each; mint, Id. per bunch ; onions Id. per lb 4 parsley, Id. per bunch; parsnips, 3d. pet bunch'; peas, Is. 9d. per peck; radishes. Id. per bunch ; shalots, 6d. per lb.; turnips, 3d. per bunch ; pineapples, none ; peaches, noce; grape!, 3d to 3d per lb ; sweet melons, 4d. per lb ; water melonr, 2d. per lb.; figs, 6d. per doz.;...
MINLATON, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
MINLATON. J1ay2. Oc Saturday evening lust a meeting of persons irteiitttd iu lormicg a K'jle Compauy at Minla ton bub beid at the hotel, when Mr. Oacctr ibtioauci-d Lieut. Heauey,of Yorketowu, stating that he bad kindly attcuded for the porucne of errolliii'g members free of charge, although as a ccrrmitsiccer for taking affidavits fur thd Supreme Court he was entitled to a fee of 2s. 6d. fortacb. air. Carter fur tuer remarked that Lieut. Heanev had ahvavs shown great interest in tbe n-ovtroen:., having been instrumental in getting up the VGiketown Bine Company, au-l bad taken a leading part in their shooting matches. Lieut. Heauey said tbat he felt a con siderable amount of enthusiasm on trie subject, and vta for six years a lineman before he cama tot be colnuy. lie reierred to the discusaioa which hsd Ken going on iu tbe papers respecting tie sufjp'y ol ammunition, to private clubs, which, tx miijbt remark, were fjrmed in ortier tbet the members should obtain proficiency in rifle ...