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THE MOUNT BROWNE GOLDFIELD. Wilcannia, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE MOUNT BROWNE GOLDFIELD. irFrom the Editor of tbe Western Grazier.'] Wiloannia, April 39. Several new rashes are reported at Msunt Browne, all apparently patchy as in the first discovery. That of the most importance is situated in Thompson's oonutry, twenty-nine miles from Mount Browne. The linking is 4 feet deep, with half a pennyweight prospeot. This requires confirmation. The discovery of auriferous quartz is confirmed. The prospsots are 2 ounces, but there is no water available to work the reef. Much sickness U said to prevail. Most of the miners camped here have left for Temora. A discovery of a payable copper lode is reported in the Grader, with fuel and water convenient. The discoverer asks for local capital to develop the mine.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
ARRIVAL OF THE CAL1F0RNIAN MATT. IN NEW ZEALAND. [Renter's Telegrams.'} Auckland. Hay 2. The City of New York anchored at the Heads to-day. On signalling the health-officer tbe captain reported that there were three cues of slight measles after starting, but all are con valescent. There is no sickness on board now. There is no smallpox at Honolulu, except among the native Denotation. The health-officer ordered her to land mails, passengers, and cargo at the Quarantine Itland. She proceeds to Sydney without coming up the harbor. The steamer is now at the Quarantine Station unloading, and will sail for Sydney to-morrow. The following is her passenger- list .- — Maseru. Cunningham, Operall, Trickan, Davis, Dr. Woodroff, Messrs. Logan, Friedlander, Mrs. Noble and three children. Mtb. Hill, Mr. Dentobe, Dr. and Mrs. Cobb, Mr. MaoOullough, Mr. and Mrs. Hitch cock, Mr. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Brook aad child, Mr. and Mrs. Styall and children, Mr*. Baker, Mrs. Stabnrg, and lira, Lee. She auo ...
POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, APRIL 29. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDB. Fbeoay, Aphh. 29. pk-fore Mr. 11. J. Turner, S.M ] karah Jinagaand, single woman, was charges with concealing tbe birth of her child, on Mon day, April 18, by biding it in a water-cloBet on tbe premises of Mr. Scriven,of £ose«ater. Mr. Wallace for defendant. The case was heard with clceed doors. Tbe evidence was precisely similar to that given at tbe recent inquest on the child. It was shown that the infant was corn in ice cioset on me aay named, ana tuat the fact was not made known until the police discovered it five da-s afterwards Thedefenea enceavcrcd to prove tbat when the birth took place defendant wan to a certain extent uncon scious std did not know that she had been de livered of the child. Hie Worship did not con sider tbat thero was 6 efficient evidence to go to a jury, a»Lti the defendant was discharged.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. G. Styles, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
Wednesday. May 4. [Before Mr. S. Beddomo, P.M., and Mr. G. Styles. J.P.I James Marshall was charged on the informa tion ot John Wilton with stealing fourteen kniver, value 35s., one fork, value 4s., ten spoons, ? vaine 10s., and a saw, value 10s., the property of tbe informant, at Adelaide, on May 2. From tie evidence it appeared that Wilton miEBcd tbe articles from his home, and prisoner cfterwsrds sold them to a man named O'Cai laghan for 6s. Detective Standuh arrested priscner, who eaid, ' You oan charge me away ; I do Dot i ^member.' Sent to gaol f cr six mouths with hard labor. Hannah Craig was charged on the informa tion of Detective Cunningham with sailing a less quantity of beer than live imperial gallons, to wit two p:nts cf beer, on the Nairne Kailway at Bela:r, on April 28. Evidence was given tbat two men named Barry and O'Donoghue wtnt to prisoner's hut and obtained two pints of beer. Sergeant-Major BoUineon executed a eeatcb-warrant on her premises, and found a cask of ...
MONDAY, MAY 2. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., J. H. Begater, J.P., and C. Smedley, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
Monday. Mat 2. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M , J. H. Bsg ster. JJP . and 0. Srnedley, J.P.I John King, laborer, was oharged on the infor mation ef Woolfe Xiszuos with stealing one pair of .trousers, value £1, and a vest, value 103., the property of tbat informant, at Adelaide, on April E0. The artioles were hung oatsids Mr. XjSzarcfc's shop, and were afterwards missed. Prisoner pawned them for 6s ,and when arrested said ' I pawned tnem, but did cot sseal theaa.' Committed for trial. Thomas Garrsey was charged on tbejinforma tion of Henry IMvid Dale with stealing froal him one slide and ball, value £3, at Adelaide, on April 13. Mr. Holland defended. The articles belonged to theHindmarfih-sauare weiuhbridfe. and on the morning of the 13=h inst. the door of tbe weighbridge was found open, aui the articles misning. Garvey subsequently came to Dale and offered to get a ball and slide oast. He brought back the ones taken, saying that they were ca9t at Strapp's, but they were recognised ...
POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, APRIL 30. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
FOIIOS eOTTttl— ADELAIDE. Saturday, Apart. 30. [Before Mr. S. Beddome. P.M.I John Turner, laborer, was charged with un lawfully wounding Neil McNeil, at Hindmanb, on April 28. Dr. Bees deposed that he had examined McNeil. There was a braise oa the left of his forehead and an abrasion of the sur face. There was an incised wound on the left cheek, midway between the left ear and the nose, extending from the beltdownwardu twoanda half inches long, half an inch in breadth, and about a quarter of an inch, in depth. There was another incited wound on the left side of tbe upper lip about an inch long. Tbe lower lip was divided. Tbe wound inotpaoitatsd bin frcra attending. He would bo able to attend in about a week, provided uj&t ery&ipeisti uio. not bus m. ouauiu eay tbe wound was csuaed by direct violence, Kid fey a »aarp instrument, Paul Scbultz said that he paw prisoner at the Commercial Hotel, liindmarsh, at about 10.15 on Thursday ni^ht last. pr:. soner, with other*, w...
THE BANK OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE BANK OF ADELAIDE. Tbe annual meeting of the shareholder* in tbe Bsnk of Adelaide took place in the Exchange ArLitiation-room, Pirie-street on Wedoeaday alternoou. Hay i. Tfiere was a large atteudaooa of fcborebolders. Mr. A. Hay, J.P., chairman of tbe board of directors, presided. The fifteenth report of the directors and tbe balance-sheet up to tbe 2Sth March, 1881, particulars of which have already been given in these columns, ware presetted and taken as read. fFhri nuATftMAV. in moving thA nd.inf-.inn nt t.hA report and balauce-eheet, said he might be al lowed to congratulate the shareholders oatba change of the time of the annual meeting. This was a great relief to every officer in the bank. Instead of having to work long hours for a, number of days in tbe middle of summer getting out the annual balBUce-theet, the officers had now to do that woik a4 the end of March or tbe beginning of April, and get tLe whole of the balance sheet ready in the early part of May. The change d...
THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
the Bank ok austualaslv. Thejcariy gi-neral meeting of tha Bank of AuMruISEia vfh« held on Monday. March 21, at lie c;fi;c-», No. 4 Thresdeeedie-Ntrrct, Loudoa. nlr. Ed « aid Hamilton wai in tbe cbair. Tbe directors' report ^owed tbe position of tbe bsnk at the cloEe of tbe financial year ending October 11, 1850, and the out-turn of the biuiuen dar ing that period. The net profit for the year, after making fuil provision for bad aad doubtful debts, amounted to £155,754 43. i.l; aud after appropriating £3,0(X) to the reduction of tbe cost of bank premises and £o\;00 to reserve, the total net amount available for didtri button aedivi dend during the present year was£M5,379 3i.3 i . Thf) dim! niitinn **if T»rr\fi - -? ntmiunwi iffjfch t.hjtf: earned in tbe irecsiiiug trel ve months, was much to be regretted. It was doe in some measure t» a diminished demand for banking aeeommoda tion, but oossideriDg the unprecedented ioflar of fresh capital into tbe colonies through publio loans and i...
COMMERCIAL BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
COMMERCIAL BANK. OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tbe annual meeting of the shareholders of tbe Commercial Bank of South Australia was held at the head banking-house, King Williaai atreet,on Wednesday morning. Hay 4. There was a large attendance. The Hod. B. A. Tarlten, 11.L.O. (chairman of directors) occu pied the chair. Tbe Maxaohb (Hr. A. Croaks) read tbe director^ report and tbe balanoa-sbaet. The report was as follow*: — 'The directors have pleasure in presesting to the shareholder* the statement of asset* and liabilitiw and the profit and loss account for the half year ended 24th March, 1 881. The amount standing at credit of profit and loss suspense account on the 37th September, 1880, bas bt-en appropriated for tbe cutnoses for whioh it was set asid*. aad has proved sufficient. The net profit* foe toe baif year after paying all charges, deducting nbite on bills current and inteieat on fixed deposits outstanding, and allowing for bad and doubtful debts, amount to £10,097 Is. oi. Tae direc...
THE ADELAIDE FIRE INSURERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE ADELAIDE FIRE INSURERS? ASSOCIATIOir. The fifth annual meeting of members of tba Adelaide Fire Insurers' Association was held on March 28 last. Tbe committee reperted that they had held eighteen meeting* during the year. The following six companies had been admitted to membership, vis.:— Otty tfotad Fire, Phoenix Fire, Union Fire and Marine ot Hew Zealand, North German Fire, Guardian Fire and life Assurance, Allianno Britutt aad Foreign Life and Fire Insurance; making a tocal of thiny-four members. Notwithstanding theia ertaaed n timber of ores, the establiahmentof Pork Augusta brigade, and oocunaney of new o*e«. tbe committee reported that tbe expenditure) was nearly £200 below tbat of last year. Toe plant was in good working order. A nan! reel, with all appliances, had been supplied to Pur* Augusta, and ene would be forwarded to Port Pirie shortly. The Mount Gambier Oorp-jration had entered into an agreement for the establisn ment of a local brigade with a mauu*l fira engine. ...
MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
MAUItfE BOARD. Tuceedat, Apeil 28. Intent— Captain J. W. Smith, J.P. (in iVe cbsir), Mr. J. Formby, Mr. S. D. G!yd-?. J.P, atid Captain UcCoy (wardens), and Mr. T. N. Sitpteas (secretary). A. ietter signed by ilerers. J. Teanant. C. Sabu-e, W. E. Daltou, O. B. Bran, B. Daddle tton, and C. P. Porter was received, asking the beard to grant them leases for 21 years or five pieces of sea ground in the vicinity ot Coma's Ssv, for formicg oyster beds. Only one ot'tie pieces asked for was at present let, and the holders of it were agree able to give np possession. It was the intention of the applicants to propagate «j store in a proper manner and in coarse of time tupply the market, which it was impossible to do without tome protection. They felt sure that in the course of a very few years the natural beds would be so worked out and ex hausted that without the formation of artificial beds end proper cultivation the oyster supply vcu!d be entirely destroyed. Messrs. Tennsnt and Sabine waite...
DEPUTATIONS. THE TEROWIE POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
DEPUTATIONS. THB TEROWIE P03T AND TBLE3KtPH OFFICE. On Tuesday morning, May 3, a large deputa tion ot residents in and around lerowie, with Ktttrs. E Ward and W. B. Kounsevell, the i members for ths district of ihe Borra, waited on tbe Minister of Education (Hon. F. Buedo w, M.P.), with regard to the proposed post and telegraph station at that township. Mr. KorNSEvEix, M.I'., in introducing the busiLtfs of the deputation, said it was a matter in which tbe inhabitants of Teroirie took a rcott lively inteteBC. .A. memotiAi iiaa osum prcten-cd to tbe former Minister of Edaoation, cud deputations had waited on him more than once to afk that tbe proposed post and tele tT8ph-:ffice ebould be erected not in tbe railway rtftrveas intended by the Government, but in tte m»in street. Tbe wi^h had been expres»ed in Parliavasut th»t whesctr it ml practicable pcet-ofTces thould be built in conjunction with tbe railway etations, so as to save expense and trouble, but in the present oase the ste ch...
KAPUNDA CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
KAPUNDA COPa'OKATION. WsjHrESDiLT, Afatr, 27. Pietent— His Worship the Mayor (Mr. K. Camercc, J.P. ) Councillors Nicholson, Thiem, W. Thomas, Sreenshields, J. Thomas, and Uren. She inspector and surveyor (Mr. i£. Wheare), end town cleih (Mr. W. Jeffa). The mayor reported tbat the fire reel had anived, alto that he and Cr. Nicholson had attended a meeting of Municipal Corporation Aitccittiou, in Adelaide, and the new rules would be forwarded shortly for corporation to consider. Ujb. £yrne wrote, asking permission to keep a pig. Granted on usual terms. Iuepector Peterswald wrote, declining to interfere in re moval of Constable Grant from Kapunda to Eurre.. Received. Tender?. — For kerbing and pitchpaving 150 yards in Tod and Stock streets and forming, and metalling abont 41 chains of road at junction of led and Stock streets; to remove a wooden culvert from cast to west side, the east side to be made with a sppondrain,alsoto cut a water table about 4 chains long, two tenders. Ed. Slay...
FIRE AT KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
FIRE AT KAPUATDA. An inqncBfc was held by Mr. Elliott, J.P., arid a jury ot twelve, on Tuesday afternoon, May 3, at the Courthouse. Kapuuda, on the lire which occurred at ComerfordV, on Sunday morning. 1). G. Comcrford said that be occupied the prtrMpes Bt tbe time of tbe fire, but was abseat when it took place. He had no idea a- to the otigin. The slock consisted principally of bi its «..^t Llirrc !mt-. th^rn wad atan iin.qiMrtr and babeidasbery, fancy goods, and jewellery. There was no stove or fire iB tbe place. The gas fittings were in good order. He had a small stock of matclcs, but they were kept at ths rear of tbe shi-p on s window-shelf. He left fo: Adelaide on Friday evening. The stook was insured for £1,010 ; for four years it had bevi insured for £i0Q. but he had ianroafed it by £200 UM; jear when lie had increased bis stock. He valued his stock at over £1,500. When he took stock in Feb ruary tbe value was equal to that sum, aud siuco that time liis na!es had equalled bin...
TARCOWIE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
TAECOWIE LOCAL OOUET. A deputation was introduced by Mr. E. Ward, M.P., to the Attorney-General (Hon. J. EL £jitoD),on Tuesday morning, May 3, to request that tbe Local Court held at Terowie, which is called tbe Tarconie Local Court, might have its nitre ctaDged to the Terowie Local Court ; tbat the court might be held every month m Btesd of every other month as at present ; and tbat a resident clerk of the court might be ap point ed for tbe township. Messrs. Biragwanath, AABAUJ9 IU1U UCUUtUj V .1~ ?§ O^J\JMtiC UU LUO V\AV . jeot, and attention was called to the great necessity for tbe granting of the alterations re quested. The court had originally been held at Varoowie, andjbence its name. There were so many cases brought forward now that the court had often to sit till 11 o'clook at night, and sometimes the proceedings had to be continued on the next cay, and il was very inconve nient for tbe local jiutiees of the peace, when they toek cases on other days than Wednesdays and Satu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
Abvtcs to Mothees! — Are you broken in your reet by a sick child differing witb the p.»ixi of cuttiag teeth ? Go at once to a chemUc and get a bottle of Mbs. Wuolow'b Scothihg Svbep. It wil) relieve the poor sufferer irn mediatelj . It in perfectly harmlest and pleaaant to taste, it produce* natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes ' ?» bright as' a button.' It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and it tbe beat known remedy for dyseaterr ao-t aiarricea, whether arising from teething or othe£. causes. Mm. Window's Soothing Syrup fc*ql3 by Mf-dickie dealers everywhere at Ik l_ld£W b^tle. 8Sfk*o*8aw '
VALEDICTORY MEETINGS TO THE REV. L. G. CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
VALEDICTORY MEETINGS TO TdE KEV. L. G. CARTER. On ?Wednesday eveniDg, May 4, farewell tea and public meetings were held at the Baptist Church, Tynte-street, North Adelaide, in con nection with tbe departure from the colony of tbe Bev.L. G. darter, who has for the past five years held the position of pastor of the church mentioned. The tea was well attended, and a large number of Mr. Carter's congrega tion and many of his personal friends assembled in tbe church afterwards, the meeting being presided over by Mr. O. H. Goode. Alter devotional exercises the Churxan, in referring to the object of the gathering, ex pressed bis regret at Mr. Carter's leaving the colony and bis position as pastor of the church, in connection with which he bad done so much good. He would have been very glad if Mr. Carter could have seen his way clear to remiin, but as be had good reasons no doubt for deciding to leave them, they could not do better than wish him God speed. He had now bsen in the colony five...
Religious. PRESBYTERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
ffi^fipms* PRESBYTERY OF SOOTH AnSTp.AI.TA The annual meeting of the Presbytery of South Australia was held in tbe Flinders-street date-room on Tuesday, Hay 3. The court ra ocBrtituted by devotional exercises by tile Moderator (Bev. D. Paton, M.A-, B.D, of Chalmers Church, Adelaide). Sedertmt— The ftloderator, Bars. J. I-yall (Flinders-street), J. Gordon (GawlerJ, J. MscBean, M.A.fWoodside), S Faulds Henderson (Strathalbyn), E. Mitchell (Clare and Bljth), and T. Gray (Mount 3Plea*ant), ministers; Messrs. A. Lyoa, J. Anderson, J. Blake, T. G. Brown, J. Bobertson, «cd X. W. Fleming, elders ; and the Clerk of ?rreeDjceiy i&uv. u. uhi Augue, 01: jrorG Ade laide). Apologies for absence were received from the Berg. A. taw (Moonta), and W. Davidson (Wallaroo), and Mr. A. Palmer. HODEfiATotf S ADDBESS. TheMoDEBATOEfor the past year, before retir ing from the chair, delivered the following fcddress: — Fathers and Brethren — In taking » rapid survey of the condition of the Presbytery ...