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POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and J. Abbott.] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE. Tuesday, October 15. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and J. Abbott] Herbert Bailhache, on remand, was charged on the information of William F. Clark, licensee of the International Hotel, with forging the name of H. Apperley to a cheque on the Bank of Australasia for £3 10s., and uttering it knowing it to be forged. The defendant presented the cheque to the infor- mant in payment for goods received, but when the latter sent it to the bank it was returned marked "No account." The defendant, who had nothing to say, was committed for trial. — Bailhache was next pro- ceeded against on the information of Mark Goldsack, of Glen Osmond, coachbuilder, for forging the name of W. R. Cave & Co. to a cheque on the Union Bank for £3 12s. 6d. The defendant called on the informant and, saying he represented Cave & Co., bought 10 bags of potatoes from him, paying for them with the cheque produced and receiving £1 5s. &nbsp; change. The cheque was retu...
INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
INSOLVENCY COURT— ADELAIDE. Tuesday, October 15. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell S.M.] In re Francis Gregor, of Curramulka, Farmer. — Final hearing. Mr. H. Varley for insolvent, and Mr. A. W. Piper for the trustee. The accountant reported :—"Lia- &nbsp; bilities, £2,138 6s. 2d.; assets (secured), £1,290 7s. 10d.; deficiency, £847 18s. 4d. The insolvent states that he believes that on January 1, 1891, he had a surplus of £1,000 as shown thus: — Land, valued at £1,500 ; stock, £500 ; total, £2,000 ; less due on mortgage, £700 ; due to John McGregor, £262 ; sundries, £38 ; total, £1,000. On account of the failure of crops through red rust and dry seasons, with low prices of pro- duce and depression in land and stock values, also heavy and prolonged family sickness, he has gone behind and has been adjudicated insolvent. The causes of insolvency are thus stated : — Loss in farming operations, sickness in family, and pressure of creditors." A second-class certificate wa...
POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Before Messrs. D. Bower and J. Cleave.] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
POLICE COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. &nbsp; Tuesday, October 15. &nbsp; [Before Messrs. D. Bower and J. Cleave.] James Burrass was charged on remand with &nbsp; having stolen two boots, value 13s., the pro- &nbsp; perty of Martin Rowe at the Semaphore &nbsp; on October 2. Defendant was arrested &nbsp; by Detective Jones in Adelaide on &nbsp; October 7. He was told the charge, but made &nbsp; no statement. Defendant elected to be tried by a higher court. He made no statement &nbsp; and was committed for trial. Robert Roach, alias Edwards, was charged by John Curran with having broken into and entered his premises at Port Adelaide on October 4 and stolen therefrom a silver watch &nbsp; and a gold chain and locket, value £7 10s., in- &nbsp; formant's property. Informant stated that he locked up his premises on Commercial-road, Port, on the evening in question at about 8 o'clock. He returned shortly after 11...
POLICE COURT—CARRIETON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. [Before Messrs. W. R. Axford, N. Travers, and J. C. Harrington.] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
POLICE COURT— CARRIETON. Friday, October 11. [Before Messrs. W. B. Axford, N. Travers, and J. C. Harrington. ] Daniel Corry was charged, on the informa- &nbsp; tion of Thomas Davies, with committing wilful and corrupt perjury on the 25th Sep- tember last in the civil action heard on that date Davies v. Corry and Corry v. Davies, before Mr. J. Rudall, S.M. Mr. Hardy &nbsp; appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Degen- hardt for the accused, who was committed for &nbsp; trial at next sittings of Circuit Court, Port Augusta.
Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Before his Honor the Chief Justice, their Honors Mr. Justice Boucaut and Mr. Justice Bundey.] MOTION FOR REVOCATION OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION AND FOR NEW GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Law Courts SUPREME COURT— IN BANCO. Tuesday, October 15. [Before his Honor the Chief Justice, their Honors Mr. Justice Boucaut and Mr. Justice Bundey.] Motion for Revocation of Letters of Ad- ministration and for New Grant. This was a motion by Mr. Homburg for the revocation of letters of administration granted by the court in March, 1893, and for a new grant to for the use of and benefit of the Minister of Ecclesiastical Affairs of Prussia in the estate of Emil August Wentzel, deceased. Mr. Homburg appeared for Mr. H. C. E. Muecke, to whom the grant was made. The court adjourned the case for a week to enable the documents to be gone through. IN THE ESTATE OF THE REV. MICHAEL O'BRIEN, OF MORPHETT VALE, DECEASED, INTESTATE, EXPARTE MARY ANN RICHARDSON. Mr. G. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, applied for an order on the Public Trustee as ad- ministrator of the estate to pay to Mary Ann Richardson the unallotted half portion of the fourth share of the estate as the sole child of Margaret Mulcahy, ...
AN ARREST MADE. Port Pirie, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
AN ARREST MADE. Port Pirie, October 15. John Mahnke, the sailor who ran away after seriously stabbing another member of the crew of the ship Belpore, Richard Wood, at Port Pirie on Sunday morning, was arrested yester- day afternoon by Mounted-Constable Blake at Winninowie. He was apparently making his way to Port Augusta, He has been lodged in the police-station, and will be brought before the court to-morrow. Wood is improving, but is not yet out of danger.
A SERIOUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
A. SERIOUS ASSAULT. Thomas Palmer was proceeded against at the Adelaide Police Court on Wednesday morning before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M., and justices for maliciously and unlawfully wounding Thomas Millis on the previous &nbsp; day. Mr. P. McM. Glynn appeared for the defendant, who showed signs of having been in a melee, as his nose was bandaged up, there were contusions on his head, and his shirt was covered with blood. Dr. Hone, house surgeon at the Hospital, said he attended to Millis and found that he had a &nbsp; deep wound at the back of the left ear which appeared to have been made by a sharp instru- &nbsp; ment, and three other wounds on the head. &nbsp; Sydney McDonald heard a disturbance at the defendant's house in Franklin-street and on going to the spot the defendant's wife said — "He is stabbing him." Saw Millis on top of the defendant and the former was covered with blood. Heard Millis say— "I'll learn you to use a knife." The case was adjou...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
&nbsp; &nbsp; MISCELLANEOUS. Burra, October 17.— Messrs. W. R. Ridg- way and T. W. Wilkinson presided over the &nbsp; Magistrates' Court at Redruth yesterday when Mary Gebhardt proceeded against her husband Frederick for maintenance. The defendant was ordered to pay £1 a week and to find sureties, himself in £50 and two of £25 each, to keep the peace towards his wife for six months. &nbsp; &nbsp; Whyte-Yarcowie, October 17. — Severe colds are prevalent and several families have been laid up. At the Canowie shed shearing has been almost suspended owing to the &nbsp; severity of the sickness and fully half the hands were laid up last week. Port Augusta, October. 15.— Faiz and Taz Mahomet shipped some camels by the Tangier on Saturday and Hadji Mullah, the Afghan high priest, was a passenger by the same boat &nbsp; to Fremantle. "Joan Lamond," of Manly, near Brisbane, has sent us a copy of "The Queensland Waltz," which she intimat...
ALLEGED ABDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
ALLEGED ABDUCTION. Constable John Beare, of the Port Ade- laide police division, left for Sydney by Tuesday's express train en route to Wellington, New Zealand, to take charge of and escort back to Port Adelaide on a warrant George Thomas Green, who is alleged to have abducted the daughter of a Port Adelaide tradesman. In the middle of April last Green, who was employed as a ferryman at the Port and has a wife and child residing in Birkenhead ward, suddenly disappeared from Port Adelaide in company with the girl, who at the time was not 16 years of age. Both for some time before had attended the same dancing class in the Port. The police were notified and were successful in tracking the couple to New Zealand. The New Zealand police arrested the man in Wellington, and he was brought before the court there on a charge of abduction and re- manded pending the arrival of an officer of the &nbsp; law from South Australia. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
GAWLER. Gawler, October 12.— There was a good at- tendance at Professor Mitchell's first lecture on ' Literature' on Friday evening. There will be six lectures delivered in the course.— An interesting and amusing lecture on 'Heads and faces' was delivered by the Rev. G. E. Wheatley at the Wesleyan lecture-hall on Thursday night. — A female branch of the H. A. C.B. Society was opened at St. Joseph s schoolroom on Thursday, when the Rev. Father Kendlin, O.C.C., assisted by Bro. J. Kennare (secretary to the male branch), performed the opening cere- mony. The branch was dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, and 21 candidates were initiated. The following officers were elected : — Senior matron, Sister F. M. Kamp- rod ; junior matron, Sister C. Tully ; secre- tary, Sister A. O'Neill; minute secretary, Sister K. Sweeney ; warden, Sister M. Hoban ; guardian, Sister M. McNaraara ; sick visitors, Sisters J. Callahan and M. McNamara. — A requisition signed by a large number of rate- payers w...
MAITLAND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
MAITLAND SHOW . The eighteenth annual .show of the Maitland Agricultural. Horticultural, and . Floricultural Society was held on Wednesday, October 1G. The. day was beautifully fine— in fact, 'too ?fine jvltogether' was the unanimous opinion of the farmers present. Although the outlook yraa regarded as bad this time last year the iirrmiwtfM to-dav of a wheat harvest are poor in the extreme. Haymaking is being pursued -jn crops about 1 ft. high, and the price of pro ? duoe is low ; but there were indication at the show to prove that although cereal cultivation ltay fail the district is admirably adapted for Iruit-growing. The attendance was very good, over £50 being taken at the gates. There was a fair number of entries in the horse stock ; Mr. Palm's stallions secured first honors, Mr. Joseph Kelly^s coming second. The committee altered the jumping contest this year from a high jump to hunters, over three jumps, but the entries were on a par with the exhibition of jumping, viz., poo...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. NICE RAINS IN THE INTERIOR. ALLIGATOR RIVER COUNTRY. ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. Port Darwin, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. NICE RAINS IN THE INTERIOR. ALLIGATOR RIVER COUNTRY. ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. Port Darwin, October 18. The steamer Pathan, for southern ports, left this morning. Her passengers were Messrs. Bradshaw, Gunn, Beresford, Milbourne, and Willshire. Mr. Joseph Bradshaw, of the Fitzmaurice &nbsp; River, is proceeding south for business pur- poses. He reports nice rains having fallen in the Victoria River country and Fitzmaurice. The English and Scottish Bank shipped gold by the Pathan to the value of £5,472. Mr. L. J. Brackenbury, agricultural ex pert, has prooeeded to the Alligator River to v examine that part of the country, and will re- turn to catch the steamer Darwin, which is going to the Roper River next week. General satisfaction is expressed at the Government reopening the whole question regarding the establishment of lazarettes for &nbsp; the lepers. The Timct states th&t a grievous , . error will be committed if this lazaretto be e...
THE PORT MELBOURNE MURDER. Melbourne. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE PORT MELBOURNE MURDER. Melbourne. October 14. The Cabinet to-day had under consideration &nbsp; the case of the unfortunate woman Emma Williams, condemned to death for the murder of her little boy at Port Melbourne. The con- demned woman's statement that she is en- ceinte has raised serious legal difficulties, and the Cabinet had a long discussion with Mr. Justice Hodges as to what course they should pursue. The Juries Act provides that an examination should be made by medical men to see if the prisoner is actually pregnant. There is some doubt as to whether the order for examination should be made during the trial or whether it rests with &nbsp; the Governor in Council to direct an examina- tion to be made in order that it might be determined. An application will be made as to how the matter should be proceeded with.
SUDDEN DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
SUDDEN DEATHS. Mount Barker, October 18. — TheJCourter etates that on Tuesday Mrs.- O'Connor, of 'Mabclesfield, left her house with milk for the creamery and had only proceeded a short dis tance when she fell down and imme diately expired. Dr. Shone, of Strath albyu, and the police were promptly communicated with, but they considered an inquest unnecessary, the cause of death being heart, disease. Some years ago Mrs. O'Connor's husband came to a painful end through falling in to the fire during a fit, and being alone in the house life was extinct when his body ? was discovered. Mrs. Frederick Natt, who died at Wistow on Saturday at the age of 87 years, arrived from Higham, Kent, with her husband and family by the ship Constance in 1850. &nbsp; After a few months' residence in the Tiers &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Natt removed to Spring Valley, Wistow, &nbsp; where she had lived ever since. The deceased &nbsp; survived her husband 11 years. There are &a...
THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE HOUSE. Apple Rice. — Half a pound of rice, a quart of milk, two oz. of sugar, a little grated nut meg, six good-sized apples, an ounce of butter. Peel the apples, halve them, take out tho cores, put them in a stewpan with a little sugar, stew till tender ; boil the rice with a little sugar and the nutmeg ; when thoroughly done pour over tho apples. Serve hot. Spring Soup.— One lettuce, 1 onion, 1 cauliflower, 1 leek, 1 carrot, 1 turnip, 2 oz. butter, half a head of celery, salt, pepper, fried bread, sugar and stock. Mode Prepare and cut into thin shreds all the vegetables except the cauliflower, which must be broken into little sprigs (the stem is not used). Put tliem in the pan with the butter, a teaspoonful of sugar, and a pinch of salt, and cook them for nearly half an hour ; then add three pints of boiling stock, and cook for an hour gently, season to taste, and serve with fried bread cut into dice. Chocolate Creams.— Take 1 lb. of sugar, 3 oz. of the best arrowroot, a littl...
THE REFRIGERATING DEPOT. A PARLIAMENTARY VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE REFRIGERATING DEPOT. &nbsp; A PARLIAMENTARY VISIT. The Minister of Agriculture and several gentlemen interested in the produce trade visited the Government Refrigerating Depot at Port Adelaide on Tuesday morning. The party included the Hon. R. S. Guthrie, M.L.C.,the Hon. A. R. Addison, M.L.C., &nbsp; Mr. W.O. Archibald, M.P., Mr. R. Butler, M.P., the Mayor of Port Adelaide, Mr. Meadows (Messrs. Trengrouse & Co.), and Messrs. Forrest and Paynter, of Waslevs. Mr. Ebdy, the butter expert, explained the working of the establishment. A visit was first paid to the slaughtering-yard, where a number of lambs were being killed and dressed for shipment. The visitors then passed round the chambers in the order in which, they are used in chilling and freezing the carcases. The vestibule, which was first seen, was found to be many degrees cooler than the outer air and here the freshly-cleaned carcases when being hung while their natural heat was being dissipated. No. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Announcement* under this heading imut be authen ticated by the name and addrett of the tender, and are interted in Tub Apvertisbb, Tub Expbkjb, Tub Cn&OKiCLB, and Summary for England at a tingle ? ' 'charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five linei; over five linn Sixpenet ?' jwr KnU ^A line coiuutt ofteven words.) BIRTHS. HANNAFORD. —On the 10th October, at Mount &nbsp; Sera, the wife of W. J. Hannaford, of a daughter. FREARSON. —On the 14th October, at Kate-street, &nbsp; off Carrington-street, the wife of Frank Frearson, of a daughter. SOLOMON. —On the 6th October, at Halifax-street east, the wife of Harry Solomon, of a daughter. FORD. —On the 18th October, at Franklin-street, the wife of Chas. E. Ford, of a daughter PRYOR. —On Wednesday, October 16, at Mun &nbsp; dallio, Port Augusta, the wife of W. G. Pryor, of a son. MARRIAGES. SCHLUTER —BROOKS. —On the 20th September by the Rev. E. Barber, A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
SPECIAL ' CHRONKHi_' PRICES. ?VTOTICE.— Unless this paper is mentioned when ordering we can 1^ not guarantee to 6end at rates hereunder, all prices having been prepared specially for identification of orders with the ChronvHe. Further, a PRESENT will be sent with all orders of £1 and upwards when NAME OF PAPER is MENTIONED at TIME OF ORDEBING. PACKING FREE. ? - ' He ie well served who is -well satisfied.' IJPHOLSTERI} ^^U* FOE No Seaweed or Straw Stuffing, And no Shoddy work in any respect. Every Line Guaranteed Good. If you DON'T want NICE GOODS we shall have to dis appoint you ; but the GOODS ARE CHEAP. Drawing-room Suites, OUR OWN MAKE. Designs too numerous for description. STUFFED SUITES, £4, £4 15s., £5 15s., £0 15s., £7 15s., £8 10s., £10 10s., to £22 10s. In nothing else can greater rubbish be made than in Stuffed Suites, but if you wrote that you wanted a suite of given value, adding whether light or dark covering, you could be sure of com plete ^satisfaction. All Plusli Cha...
BELTON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
BELTON SPORTS. The Belton Athletic Club held their annual sports on October 10. The day was all that could be desired for outdoor amusements and the attendance was the largest ever seen at Belton, numbering fully 400 people. The arrangements were well carried out and every thing passed off without a hitch. The sports right through were a pronounced success both financially and otherwise. The following are the results :— Maiden Race.— Bothtall, F. Bartlett. Boys' Race, under 14.— J. NeUon.G, Nourse, and H. Cordus divided. Girls' Race, under 14.— Cordus, Clark. Sheffield Handicap.— It. Bothrall, W. Polden, J. Brown, F. Bartlett. High Jump.— G. Ganley (6 ft. 4} in.), M. Clune. Hop, Step, and Jump.— F. Williams, J. Seal. Men's Sack Race.— T. G. Sullivan, D. McNamara. Tilting.— D. Meere, D. Dowd. Ladies' Cotton Winding — Miss Nugent, Miss Carey. Quoit Match — D. Meers, J. Mcers, and D. Mecrs divided. Old Buffers' Race.— C. Locton, F. Woods. rick-a-Back.— G. Ganley and T. G. Sullivan, Bro...
Sunday Reading. A SONG IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
i -§mtbag ikabing. A SONG IN THE NIGHT. - [By Mrs. A. E. Hawkins.] v Hope points to a morning Whose glorious dawniug Dluminea with brightness earth's gloomiest night ; i It tells of a morrow Where sin and where sorrow For ever aud ever have taken their flight. The echoes are bringing Its music and singing Though faintly, yet sweetly, to earth-weary . ears ; Where joy without measure And unalloyed pleasure Shall follow life's heartaches and bitterest tears. O pilgrim of sorrow, S juie brightness, then, borrow JTrom that happy country so dear aud so fair ! The years that are fleeting Will hasten the meeting With the loved ones departed who wait over there. —^ Faint not 'neatb thy burden, But wait for thy guerdon, And Bing, weary pilgrim— song brightens the ? ^ay: 'Mid lifes heavy crosses And earth's bitter losses The Saviour is guiding you sale on your way.