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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 5, 1892, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia the Biu to be introduced t asked or. Jenkins n a bantering tone As the chairman left the chair but or. Holder did not reply. Some fun was caused by the fact that or. Ronnee vell who was a Ittin outside the bar so far forgot himself As to interject on one occasion Tjung sharply called to order by the chairman for the breach of decorum and a smile was also the Reward of or. Kingston who rechristened sir. Ash by the name of Perkin Middle j Wick who As everybody knows was and is a famous Butterman. When the Assembly resumed its sitting after dinner on tuesday there were symptoms of excitement in the faces of honorable members and the gallerie3 were Well filled. Legislative councillors reclined in the front seat on their Side of thu a Juse while half a dozen ladies brightened the beeches an the lefts. There was an unusually Large attendance of legislators and at s of Ock 41 were present exclusive of the speaker. The unwonted interest Gbowu in the pro ediog3 was justified by subsequent events for there was plentiful material for amusement and wonder. Or. Ash by Bis persistence won his Point against the Premier and immediately members came Back from dinner announced that As the government did not intend to press the Brauo Bill through that Day he would Reserve the rest of his remarks till another Donas too. The trouble however was not Over for or. Moule twisted Tea Premier with breach of Taich in declining to Pijie the sus pension of the standing orders by As to carry the Bonus Dill through All it stages. He was ruled out of order by persisted that the leadership of the House was not at present in careful hands. Oil we Don t wish to be interacted by you flippantly Interj eced or. Gillen and then or. Joule Slid the govern ment by their vacillation were inflicting Dis credit on the House not More than you Are so Udod the Trua pet toned rebuke of or. Laid bed. Of that is the voice of the country said or. Moule while the crashing rejoinder came from or Brooker literally thu voice of the country and there were of i of of mingled with Lun Uter. Toe Resolution a a agreed to. Or. Ca Tine and the treasurer were appointed to bring in the a jugs Billie was read a first time and the second Reading need for Tuur Day Boxt. Of the motion that the Mosoura and conciliation Bills be postponed in order that Supply be dealt with or. Moule again returned to the charge and asked whether the Jim Tatry would keep their ii Muse with Regardi to the mining Bill or whether they intended to take the butter Bonus first of thursday. Or. Grainger and bar. Iii Gijon bit i up the member fur Flinders. Or. Holder protested that no pledge was Given that Tho Biu should be taken on any particular Day but he was met by a hit denial from Many voices while or. Moule interjected " we can turn it up in Black and Uitti ultimately it was Deus Italy stated the bonuses fcb Ould come first on thursday while tee musing Bill would follow it was time. This offended or. Ami Ger who said no Confidence could be placed in a government which broke Ite i a Trees in this Janner. On the motion to go int committee of Supply or. Horburg again appeared in the guide of a Leader of the opposition while there Wai also a reminiscent Sugg pc tin of the play when in too function with or. Johnson and or. Funi a be helped to Fotara a triumvirate for the re Uia cum of the Public tic ances. He announced Hie intention of Woi ing that in is advisable that a reduction should be made in the Public is pc Liture and that revised eau macos a bonding Ucb reduction should be Laid on the table with ont delay but stated that he desired first to re to the everlasting Silverton Tramway Dis Pute and to or. J. Ilsy non q cod thu subject of extra haulage. Or Handy Side was very uneasy during ibis portion of the Epa eco and air. Holder rather tartly de scribed Leoce statement of his assailant an absolute rubbish. " sub Bis absolute rubbish said or. Homborg severely a what the honorable the treasurer Deata to More to Luton any other member of the Hou a hear hear cried or. Kouo Sevel fervently. Coming to the main portion of his attack or. Hom Burg who was rather deliberative than Fie Rily declamatory said he was sanguine that the treasurer would assent to his motion As if the committee passed the dirt line of the estimates All attempt at reduction would be fruitless. Without injuring the Public Servic a a revision in the direction of Economy could be made and it had better be carried on i by the treasurer than by a private member after the Telegram Sens to the Secretary of St Aie Proi Nusug that no deficit would accrue the oblige Tsiou was cast on the legislature to Bee thai the undertaking was kept As a failure in this respect would Render a new loan impossible and would even prevent the flotation of the Biu Vace of the Laet loan. Or. Homburg was proceeding to refer to the salaries of certain officials when the speaker stopped him by stating that he could Only Deal Kene Ruly with the estimates on the motion to go into Supply. The member for gum Eracha bowed to the ruling gracefully and affirmed Traat he h3 so desire to harass the Ganja ment by he motion while he pointed out that in is -7o ill. Henry Kent Hughes treasurer in or. Strangways s government a i Folio Irig or. Jam hed the reply being " you Haven t asked me " Well said or. Homburg if the honorable member will support me i will move the motion. By a Little private conversation i could prove that the Ezsou oozy a Riec?tsary." and that you Wold to right in wasting another Hoar or tout paid or. Guilen interrogative by. Or. Gilbert explained that this was not a party que tinn. A few members had it together that a Ter noon to go through the estimates and they Eil enough to show that a great re Duj Tina could be made. There was no idea of a no cont dense Morion and if or. Homburg had not moved in the matter he would have dote so himself. When sir John Downer Rose in the Assembly at a Quarum to 10 and began impressively to refer to the condition of the finances a Buzz ran Bro orb the chamber and the Star Ger galleries and Many voices whispered a i it e Coraine they were mistaken Bow Ever if by " it was meant the Long threatened no Coli Spence Morion. Sir John complained that the treasurer was not treating the present p i Irion of the Colony with due serious Ness and protested against the a tettion of Supply being postponed to such a late hour in the evening. After dinner was a g Tod Ime he Eaid to make certain speeches but it waa sat the proper occasion to Deal with the finances. It is a Good time to so for a Luan Eaid or. Bartlett with an air of authority " for a Man 6 in a Good temper when i belly s full " the treasurer contended sir John should have spoken the truth irrespective of telegrams that might be event Home. They knew what the expenditure would be and there were no suggested decreases although the Revenue was falling off. To by off against this there was nothing but Hope. The ministry were living in a fool s. Paradise. They feel at borne there said or. Kingston. Sir Jonn continued that he was reluctant to move an Advent vote but unless some soon and better Means were taken for equalising the Revenue and the expenditure he would take Steps in the direction of expressing disc tue action with the government and declining to recognise their right to stay on the benches. Now was the time for the Houe and the country to have Confidence that the ministry had intelligence enough to under stand the Dii Mculty and sufficient bravery to efficiently Deal with it. He believed in the treasurer s intelligence Bat not in the of Urage. Of the government and it their proposals were modified he would move that to bar Ebourd take Back their estimates and make fresh propose Itira or that the govern ment should be placed in other hands. These sentiments were loudly cheered for sir John spoke quietly and with much earnestness. Or. Solomon feels Hurt because the Advt Titer described the Northern Terri tory As a chinaman killing constituency and expressed the opinion that he worked himself up to a state of frenzied indignation and j vented his anger on or. Dashwood. As be gave Tongue to his grievances however the committee punctuated each expression with approving cheer and abundantly showed that it agreed with those particular expressions of this paper. He referred to the fact that the chinamen robbed robbed commented or. Kingston indignantly the Wagon of ration Worth a and what is the value of a chinaman pertinently asked or. Grainger while or. Solomon in Ferrati Fly Eug Freet a that this heinous crime merited the Slaughter which followed. The jury he Eaid were composed of the most respect Able men in the settlement. That if rough on the settlement interjected an an honorable member. Or. Kinp9ton, in Otap of the most effective speeches that has err been delivered in the Assembly chamber Ptim noised the deed justified by or. Solomon As a Eck ardly bloody and brutal murder and said the verdict was a disgrace try Tbs jury by which it had been returned As Well As to the White of the Northern territory. I Idle said or. Solomon who however looked very uncomfortable. The attention of Ati Stenli and of the whole civilised world continued or. Kingston had been drawn to the trial and the verdict which reflected the Utraro Tai Crediton Thi Colony while the discredit was increased when a member stood up in the House to defend the action of the jury. There had born a it cab miscarriage of Justice. You Are utterly incapable of judging said or. Solo Mon. And of Are ton added or. Ash. " i Don t a Dep paid or. Solomon and or. Hack cried " hoho the iary were Satu rated by class and local prejudices while the judge was free impartial and intelligent or. Kingston went on and the audience cheered while or. Solomon interjected that twelve men can to look no Legal authorities on Points raised As to the of Cape of South australian legislation and its ability to reach ship s officers who had made a false answer or committed a Mise Meanor Ondr the act. Or Baker was an Point pm to a seat on the select committee on special wheat rates in the place of or. Copley who Wishod to be relieved whilst in View of the in of a now moment Bil dealing with the question or. Martin obtained leave to withdraw Hir Stock tax Resolution. After a sitting lasting for three hours the Council adjourned till this of t Moon the criminal Sitf incs of the supreme of not were commenced on tuesday his Honor chief Justice. Way presiding. The Cas Dippo eed of were not of a very interesting character. Richard Becher conf wed to Baring in fire instances obtained Gloria by Means of value less cheques in explanation he said that bad the cheques been kept for a few Days As he desired the Money would Hay been pair. Prisoner who said that had any one aided Hira after his first fall be. Would have retrieved Bis position stated that he was a linguist being master of seven languages his Honor in reply to the prisoners id he could not give him a licht sentence and a a nerd him three years imprisonment with hard labor. At the port Adelaide town Hall in tues Day in the presence of a Large number of rate payers. Contain Bickers presented the mayor or. C Tucker with a Nymn Ronsley signed requisition asking him to allow himself to be nominated for Mavor for the ensuing term. The chairman Eaid that the rate store always liked to have As mayor one who rightly repro sented1 them. They did not wish to Nave some one of inferior ability filling the position. The requisition Bare Ahmir 640 signatures. Mem. Toel Morris. Matthew Adams and Conn i Horn Sigrist and Blair supported. The Trayor who was received with applause said the requisition should be sufficient to Enon rage any one to stand for the position of mayor. He Felt that there was nothing for him to do but to to chide to the revue it and he in old do so with very great pleasure indeed. He would not be creating a precedent by taking office for another Yew for he had ascertained that or. Formby had acted As mayor for four years. On tuesday afternoon the chief Secretary Laid on the table of the House of Assembly a return respecting the civil service asked for by or. Ash. It showed that there Are Iso offices who Haye been in the civil service for 12 yearn on Jane 30, 1592, and whose salaries do not exceed �130 per annul whilst of this number 111 Are. Officers on the pro. And Tern and fixed lists in the Telegraph offices. The chief Secretary on tuesday afternoon presented to parliament a return the order of or. Castine showing the number of Public school teachers who were in receipt of stipends below that specified for the class in which the school stood giving the amounts in each Case. The following teachers Are in receipt of a stipend below that specified co Romander Valley school class a Edward w. Webb Alary �190, minimum of class �200 Cradock 2, John d. Drinkwater �100, minimum of class �130 Rafera 7, t. W. Walters �210, minimum of class �220 Moon to 3, John Newton �305 �25 charged for rent minimum of c avs �335 Moonta mines 2, John Donnell �345 �25 charged for rent minimum of class �365 Stirling East a w. H. Eckersley �190, minimum of class �200. The inspector general of schools who prepared the return wrote a beg leave respectfully to Point out that under the provisions of regulation 279 a teacher is Only entitled to claim the salary attached to any class of school above class 12 when a the at Tendance has reached the specified limit and 6 the teacher receives a distinct appointment to a school of that class. Such appointment will not be made unless the teacher is considered to be entitled to it by length of service and Good work the cases above enumerated Home under this on tuesday evening ? half part 5 o clock a Little boy aged 2 years and 3 months the son of or. J. J. Bermingham was accidentally ran Over by a horse and vegetable Van on the port Road Hindmarsh. The child was picked no taken to his Hom and attended by or. Stewart who found that no Bones were broken but be thought that some internal in juries might have been sustained. The monthly meeting of the committee of Tho orphan Home for girls was held at the Home Carrington Street on monday there being present mrs. Fair in the chair lady Morgan lady Downer mrs. Poole mrs. Blat Kliore miss Stuckey the Rev. Canon Poole ala., and the treasurer and Secretary the treasurer re ported that the receipts for the month bad been �39 3. 6d. The Matron stated that one child had been admitted during the month making the total number now resident in the Home 34. Accounts amounting to �30 be. 7d. Were passed for payment and the following donations were thankfully acknowledged cakes Bire uits & of design on monday there being pre sent Merer Henry Scott in the chairs. H. James n. Macgregor h. P. Gih and m. F. Cavanagh and misses Kay and Fiveash the Hon. Treasurer and the Hon. Secretary. The resignations of messes g. A. Reynolds and a Scott Broad were received and consideration of the resignation of messes. Wadham and Sinclair was deferred till the next meeting. The com Mittee decided that a notice of the request of the orpheus society for the loan of works of it should be forwarded to individual members together with the notice of the annual general meeting the amended rules As by the eur Coli Motee were ordered to be printed and forwarded and two auditory were appointed to audit the accounts before october 2g. The speaker Laid on the table of the House of Assembly on tuesday afternoon the reply of the government Printer to the motion carried at the instance of or. Ash that the government Printer report to thin House As to what caused him to print the last four lines of Section 4 of the Crown Lind it the size of the Bor. Being still s in and casing of Thi Eize in being taken Down As the Bor ing progresses. The work is progressing Tua Dily and satisfactorily. The ground is still Marine Beds similar to those passed through during the last 890 it. Freh water ? net with in each of the porous Sundy Beds and the water rises to about s it from the surface of the ground or is it. Above level the following is a list of passengers booked to leave by the rms. Austral to Day for . A. G. Strath a j. G Walsh and w. H Keeling. For Naples or. F. Bem Sconie. For Albany messes. J. Hedding. J. Clark t. Murphy and m Murphy and sergeant and mrs. Hollidge Worth and family 3. On tuesday afternoon a trial of Ripp Lene a new High explosive for mining and Ulm Ting purposes took place a the i Tuani quarries in the presence of several Gem Leo a i interested in mining including the inspector f mines and the government geologist. Rip Plene is a new High explosive fur which Many advantages Are claimed including cheapness and extreme safety. Most of the High explosives now in us have the Quality of great Force which however in produced at considerable risk to the persons handling them. The discovery of an explosive which can be proved to be Safe in handling is to be hailed therefore with approx nation. The inventors of rip Plene claim to have overcome this difficulty and to have products a compound which Hay even greater Power than dynamite and is As the. To Amie Lime perfectly harmless. The constituent pans of the Cuni Pound Are mine of them Cpl demos the proposal to evacuate the Uganda territory by the East african company. He states that there Are 12 million natives on the Nyanza who would Welcome the arrival of English produce and manufactures if a railway were constructed into their territory. Or. Stanley adds that if Uganda the key to Central Africa be abandoned the advantage gained by the cession of Heligoland to Germany will instantly vanish and the Island will have be ii Sac iced for nothing. To postpone the railway connecting Uganda with Tbs coast will he considers be disastrous to the cause of humanity in Africa. The British East Africa company hav agreed to accept lord Rosebery s offer of i subsidy of �13,000 to enable their forces to remain in Uganda till the missionaries and others Are afforded time to quit the territory. Illness of lord Tennyson. London october 4. Lord Tennyson is confined to his bed by a severe attack of gout and influenza and some anxiety is Felt As to his Condi Tion. London october 4, l 5 . Lord Tennyson s condition has become worse and the doctors report that his debility is increasing. New South Wales parliament. Sydney october 4. In the Assembly to Day a number of new Bills were Given notice of including one to repeal the party processions act and one to legitimate be the Issue before marriage of parents subsequently married. A dumber of private Bills were reinstated in the position in which they were at the cud of last session. A Long debate took place on a motion by or. Rose condemning pensions to civil servants As an unjust tax. On the masses and asking that no Money be placed on the estimates for increasing the list of pensioners and also that All moneys paid to the superannuation fund by civil servants since 1884 be refunded with 5 per cent interest added. Or. Rose s motion was finally carried by 45 votes to 11, and the House and i journey at a late hour. I Queensland parliament. Brisbane. October 4. In the Assembly to Day the cons Titu Tion Bill was further considered in com Mittee. A Long debate took place in regard to the election of the Senate and on the question of an elective upper House generally. Russian finance. Issuing credit notes. London october 4. The russian government Are arranging to meet the deficit in the Imperial budget by the Issue of credit notes. The order of jesuits. The election of a general. London october 4. It is stated that the Vatican has a proved of the election of monsignor Martin a Spanish prelate As general of the order of jesuits in succession to major Anderley who died Early in the year from an attack of influenza. C Russia and Turkey. The War indemnity. London october 4. The russian government have sup Plemen ted their remonstrance against the disposition of the Sultan of Turkey to Accord his formal recognition to Prince Ferdinand As racer of Bulgaria with a demand preferred on Many similar Occa Sions Tor the payment of the arrears of the indemnity incurred by Turkey in the list War. Affairs in Ireland. Eviction of tenants. London october 4. The Irish landlords resenting what is considered As the arbitrary action of or. Morley in arranging for the reinstatement of tenants evicted during the conservative regime have combined in a determination to assert their Legal rights and 30,000 tenants in arrears with their rent have received notice t quit their holdings. London october 4, 1.6 . The daily chronicle is the authority for the report As to the intended eviction of 30, 00 Irish tenants. The London Wool sales. London october 4 at yesterday s Wool sales netted comb Ings realised 13d. The victorian parliament. Melbourne october 4. The debates in both houses to Day were rather uninteresting. In the Council the Stamps Bill was read a second time with very Little criticism and several clauses were passed through committee. It was agreed to insist on the amendment made in the municipal hating Bill. The Council having disposed of other matters adjourned till tuesday. In the Assembly or. Vale questioned the Premier As to whether the government had received any complaint of misrepresentation in connection with financial companies. Or. Shiels said none had been made but when a duly authenticated complaint was guide it would be considered and if necessary a prosecution would be instituted. The debate was resumed on the first item of the customs duties and a dozen members spoke. The committee Are about equally divided for and against High duties. The division was expected to have taken p Ace but at 11.40 the House adjourned till next Day. Drummond s Ceylon Tea fab from out gardens la. 3d. To is. M. Perl. Drummond s Rookwood hmm. Gold medal Tea is. Pern. Drummond s 4s. Tea i Lead packet. A can Only be bad Drummond s a butane. Odud Obj Cooee Pickle Satoei Onan Jeuyl. 3&e largest a oru nent in town to nil not bom. Drummond s Coffee is Ansur paired in Quality and Aroma la. 44. To St. Perl. Drummond bros., Waino ?-pt.onic, Adelaide. Pianoforte Bytha German Bukent via collard & collard. Bluthner. Schie Mayer & son. Carl Ecke. P. Thurmer c. Siewert. All with the latest and warranted to und be Lunate at now Pei Obb of oboist Oron cute Mutton 30/ t Smith american organs one Best hade. A Balogas on Aufu Oatman. To Tours and and stringed instrument a a specially Lioun Onuta Complete ram 30/ Catano taken in Exchange or Repa Rodby Arkun. Music. Music. Music. Adelaide s. Marshall & sons a bundle a "51, a London fashion paper cays we find that our australian cousins Are not behind in the fashionable world. They Well know the Cor rect thing and should any English lady medi Tate a trip to the Sonny South Ehe May be Well assured of being perfectly up to Date in every Mode. The summer Cremons have found favor in the colonies As also Hare the season s new dress tweeds. Adelaide fashion papers Point to the use of Xiaoe As indispensable for the sea son. Point de venue the fashionable eco Lake is used by almost every lady for trimming costumes and millinery and for making Lake capes cons bows a lace is used As insets or As forming the tops of corsages or it is Sedin Volant and some dresses Are made entirely of made Lake. Bonne Over flounce. P279,88k modern so Estios. The toe of to entice does not appear to be yet extinct As some few still wrong to doubt that Wolfe s schnapps has m no Novelty Emporium 39. Atonda. Of Emmo. 89 Only. H7jhs6i�7s.osb4 or. Chairman and fellow citizens there. An Tamea times there axe times fellow citizens when times when when Here Are times i say or. Chairman and fellow citizens that you should take folding s eucalyptus extract and Nib in Faulding e Enca Gyptos Oil s2ola3a Charlick bios pure blend. Free from Darner. Free from bum. It coca like gosh a a Sci d g chem sat la. 31. U a. A. 1 l 1 -.r. A axum. Tiara St cheaper rae4. Gov i a Flost. -., i in ,. Or a Ltd 2m. Emt Eod Market i s Ujj new South Wales. Sydney october 4. Edward Gribble aged 42, committed suicide at mount pleasant this morning. He loaded a gun with celery seed leaned against it and pushed the trigger with the ramrod. Death was instantaneous. Cable messages. Slavery in Mexico. Five Hundred Gilbert islanders sold. London october 3. Five Hundred natives belonging to the Gilbert islands Over which a protectorate has been established by England have been shipped to Mexico and sold to planters. Increasing the austrian army. London october 3. The austrian delegations assure the emperor Francis Joseph that the Addi tonal outlay of �500.000 a year Conte plated by the government for the defence of the country is absolutely necessary the emperor in reply recognised the necessity master at Fairfield that he had found a Sleeper placed across the rails of the Down line at Whittaker s crossing. He could not move the Sleeper. On the station master proceeding to the spot he found j that the obstacle had been tightly fixed in its position with a railway Chain. Had a train come along it would certainly have been precipitated Down a loft embankment. It is not known who placed the Sleeper on the rails. Labor troubles. Five thousand men Idle in Wales. Wages being reduced. London october 3. The proprietors of the Welsh Coal and Iron mines Are suspending operations on account of the existing depression in Trade. Owing to this step being taken no Lees than 5,000 workmen Are now Idle. Several of the Large employers of labor in the Midland counties Are for a similar reason reducing the wages paid to their workmen. Medals for colonial officers. Meeting of agents general. London october 3. The agents general for the several colonies have held a meeting at the office of sir Saul Samuel agent general for new South Wales to consider a proposal for awarding medals to officers for Long service and for Merit. They Are Endeavor ing to arrange for a joint representation j of the matter to the Imperial authorities. Canada is joining in the movement. The sporting vicar before the bankruptcy court. London october 3. The Rev. mules anglican vicar Somerset who has been declared bankrupt has appeared before the Bank rust ? y court and has been ordered to explain the origin of his gambling trans actions and the assignment of assets to his wife. A solicitor in trouble. Serious misconduct. Melbourne october 4. Or. Justice Hood delivered judgment this morning in the Case of or. Henry grave solicitor whom it was sought to strike off the Roll of solicitors on the ground that he bad neglected to Liand Over to or. Henry St. Clair certain moneys received by him As solicitor for St i Clair. His Honor said that he was Well aware of the difficulties and delays Liti Gants Lead tit surmount in seeking to a user Money by the process of Law and it was intolerable if a further obstacle were thrown in their Way by Means of dishonesty on the part of those employed to put the Law in motion. His Honor acquitted or. Grave of criminal intent but arrived at the conclusion that lie had received his client s Money used it for his own purposes and wrongfully concealed from the client that the Money had been received. This his Honor said amounted to misconduct of the most which would be punished by suspending him for two years and he was ordered to pay what be owed within 24 hours. Victorian Border Trade. Protection of Melbourne interests. Melbourne october 4. A deputation from the chamber of Commerce waited upon the acting rail Way commissioners to Day and pointed out that owing to the cheap rate of Carriage in South Australia certain classes of goods especially sugar were being landed at dior Simon and other not far from the Border at �1 per ton cheaper than they could be obtained from Melbourne. The acting commissioners in reply said that in order to keep the Trade in Melbourne and to protect the Revenue they proposed to increase the rates for the Back Carriage of sugar on the Vic Torian lines so As to equalise the charges from both Adelaide and Melbourne and if the proposed alteration were found to work beneficially for Melbourne interests general increases would be made on the Way from the Border into Victoria. Cable messages. Melbourne drainage works. London october 4. The Bank of Victoria the commercial Bank of Australia and the City of Mel Bourne Bank have agreed to assist or. E. G. Fitzgibbon chairman of the Mel Bourne Board of works in the floating of a loan of �1,000,000 for the metropolitan drainage works. The Bankers and brokers generally deprecate tiie premature publication of the results of the recent negotiations and they consider that they would Ouw he Wiser to postpone the Ven Ture for Rome months. It is believed that it will be impossible to obtain More than �9 5, and that the Queensland trea sury Bills will somewhat interfere with the Success of the loan. Adrift in the persian Gulf. Distressing privations. London october 4. A distressing experience has befallen the Crew of a French vessel wrecked in the persian Gulf. The Crew had resorted to an open which drifted about for Many Days during fourteen of which the unhappy men were without food or water. Four succumbed to their sufferings and the remainder were eventually carried by the wind to the arabian coast where they were rescued by bedouins. Queensland securities. London october 3. Queensland 3 per cents Are quoted at �91155., and 4 per cents at �102. Australian banking com Pany. Sydney october 4. The hearing of the australian banking company conspiracy cases was continued to Day at the Central criminal court almost the whole Day being taken up in Reading the minutes of meetings of the company it was shown Hist an important Leaf had been torn out of one of the boo is. Or. Hurley who is conducting his own Case demanded that the names of All those attending directors meetings be read As he wished to prove political . The further hearing was adjourned till to Morrow. Silver coinage a Telegram from or. Munro. London october 3. Or. James Munro agent general for Victoria has cabled to the Premier or. Shiels urging expedition in the negotiations with the govern ment of new South Wales in respect to the mintage of Silver in the colonies so As to enable him to interview sir William Vernon Harcourt on the subject prior to his departure for Melbourne in the Peninsular and orients Steamer Ballarat which leaves London on november 10. Tasmanian budget. Hobart october 4. The treasurer made his financial state ment to Day. He estimated the total deficit at the end of 1892 at �219.707. The policy of the present administration was to equalise the expenditure and have a reasonable surplus. He was quite satis6ed with the additional taxation contemplated and the retrenchment they would propose would yield ample Revenue to pay off the deficit in a few years. The j deficit at the end of the current year would he �195,039. They had a disagreeable and difficult task of retrenchment before them but they had in View the necessity of leaving unimpaired the efficiency of the service keeping Only the officers who were required. The total proposed savings were �60,642, including �15,675 reductions in the civil sender. They proposed to reduce the salaries of members to �75. And those of ministers to �700. The total proposed increase of taxation was �45,000. Including �15,304 increase of stamp duties men j toned therein. The payment of pensions would be spread Over a period of 30 years j so that the next generation would be a Sharer thereof. He proposed to carry out Only those works which would assist mining and agricultural industries. When the new loan was floated in january he spoke hopefully of the prospects of the Colony especially of mining on the West coast. A Resolution for the imposition of the new Tariff was agreed to and the House adjourned till next Day. In the Council the same Resolution was also passed. Shipping. London october 3. Arrived Frieda Mahn barque from Sydney june 2? Helen Scott barque from Sydney june 16 Fifeshire Steamer from port Chalmers August 17 Halver barque from Timaru june 18 Marianna barque from Timaru july 9 Glen Lora ship from Picton june 23 at new York St. Lucie Brigantine from Auckland june 22. Victoria. Melbourne october 4. An estate agent at South Melbourne. Snodgrass Mcfarlane. Filed his schedule in the insolvency court to Day in Conse Quence of the depreciation in the value of real estate. His liabilities Are stated at 630.149 and assets at �13,347, leaving a deficiency of �16,802. J the Revenue collected at the customs to Day amounted to �14,814. West Australia. Perth october 4. The Hon. George Shenton. Colonial Secretary succeeds the late sir Thomas cock urn Campbell As president of the. Legislative Council. Or. F. H. Parker Leader of the opposition succeeds or. Shenton As colonial Secretary. The Public express much Surprise at or. Parker accepting a position in the Forrest government. Cable messages. Or. G. W. Anson. London october 4. Or. . Anson. The Well known comedian who lately returned to eng land after spending some years in aus Thalia made his reappearance before a London audience list night playing at Terry s theatre in " a Lucky the critics tills Mon aug profess Delight at his performance. Or. G. W. Assn Asci Ding to an interview published in the stage does not entertain a by High opinion of Australia As a Field for theatrical Gemus. He eur it actor the think twice before starting for the Antipodes. I would say let no actor go out unless for a year s engagement with fare paid both ways and with a salary at least one third More than be can live upon at Home \ riven then do not let him co out unless to Mel Bourne or hit. Arson makes an exception in favor of joining a company j under responsible management. In Mel Bourne and Sydney he says there Are Many capable Artistes walking the streets in starch of work. It is Well. Or. Anson puts it to remember that Melbourne is Only half the size of Liverpool in population and Sydney Cleee than Bradford and the next two cities i Brisbane and Adelaide together have not to urge a population As True As that j is those cities he observes rally to tue support of great actors and actresses in a truly wonderful manner and no English provincial town bring the profits to managers which Sydney and Melbourne do. New zealand wheat. London october 4. The wheat cargo of the barque Clara from Lyttelton june 28, has been sold at 275. 3d. A Quarter. Charters towers Gold Field. London october 4. The operations of the new Queen Gold mining company at Charters towers for the past year show a net profit of �13,000. Water conservation at Wilmington. A return with reference to the conservation of water in the Wilmington District moved for by or. Warren was Laid on the table of the upper House on tuesday by the minister of education. It stated that the total acreage in so. 1 water conservation District Wilming ton was 28,000 acres. The rapacity of the Weir was approximately 2,500,000 Gallons \ and its Cost was �430. The capacity of the Reservoir near and Westward of Wil Mington was two million Gallons and the cot �9u3. The length of the sin main from the Weir to Wilmington was 2 Miles and 64 chains and that of the 6 in. Main 3 Miles and 20 chains. The out of the Mains including laying was �6,160. There was another main2 61 chains and running nearly parallel to the preceding Mains but about 10 chains Distant. This Cost �218. The capacity of the Dew dam constructed to the exist of the main Road from Spring Creek to Wilmington was 32,000,0 10 muons and it Cost �2,000, including lid fencing and the i ice there were 18,500 auras in the District 10 it below the level of the Bottom of the dam. Five thousand five Hundred and seventy acres had been fully supplied with water by ret Ioula Tion besides the town of Wilmington and a portion of the town of Davenport. To com piece the entire Reti Coutin of the District would require 54 Milt a of 4 in., 7 Miles of 3 in., and 19 Miles of 2 in. Pities at so estimated Cost of �12,000. If open drains were adopted in puts the coat would be Toovi durably less. The total Quantity of water available when the works were completed would be i4g/kx?, of Gallons exclusive of flood Waters from Spring Uret a. For the works As approximately a riled out the estimate was of connecting the town of and Reti Eulaue the township. Twelve thousand or Junith bad been exp med in tie scheme exclusive of �827 for Dunne Riog the to a of Wil Mington and on works therein. Nothing Wasl to in the Handa f die Huiard to Complete. Che government Toad Adaoo a �1227 to the District fur Coo Tiu Tion. The rate on the Asmi sment of the District Leo weary to pay interest on Money adva Riund try the . Tent Sod in Luduig a tent on the on Gisl Wilmington a Turki re would a for 1892 is in the Pound 1895, is. So. In the Uund 1894, is 10.1 in the Pound 1&i5, 2& 3d. In the Pound is j6 and a a que it y an 2s. 9d. In the Pound. Ii i Terent on �12,000 additional was included the rate would to first Jear. Is. Cd in the Pound second year j 2s. 4d. In the Pound third year % 3d. In the Pound fourth year 4". Id in the Pound both year and Sut sequent it a 5? in Tom Pound. The rate of the flow of the credit during the summer Munthe a about 9,000,000 Gallons per month. The Royal society. The annual meeting of the Royal society of South Australia was held on tuesday evening at the s a Institute the Rey. T. Blackburn b.a., presiding Over a fair attendance of members. The Hon. Secretary or. W. T. Cleland read the kudu in report whih was As follows the Council has to report that the scientific work of the Zoei try has Taxa carried on satisfactorily during the part year and that some w it has already been published As part 1 of to in. Of the Sixa Tiv s or Row Dinar i is to i june 1592, and enriched Zyph Teslof Teiaar Gat tripod lithographed with ill h. Brn to 6 Well known skill. Our if the year to Curr. Pending members have been elected Pauo in j. H. Maiden of the my urn Sydney and the Rev. L. Schulz missionary at Hermanns Burg Charlotte via. One Cor responding member has died j. La Hamand one Hon. Fellow sir William Macleave president linnaean society new South Walt arrangements Bave been made for a Exchange of publications with numerous additional european and american learn i societies. Owing to a rumoured suggestion to curtail the publication of the results of Karon f. Yon Mueller s research the Council recognising the great scientific and economic value of these not Only to Victoria but to Australia generally at once offered to co operate in any Way to prevent such an unfortunate event occurring. With the kind and generous permission of sir Thomas elder the Council has decided to print As a separate memorial volume or volumes the scientific resale of the elder exploring expedition. The formation of an astronomical Section of the society Bas been approved and its Roll already includes come 30 he stated that the ranks of scientific workers and their list of honorary members bad suffered a great loss by the death of sir win. Macleay and efforts were now being made to raise �400 for the publication of a Macleay memorial volume. The report and balance Sheet were adopted. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year president profess or Tate vice presidents Rev. T. Blackburn 8.a., and or. M. Holtze . Bon. Treasurer or. W. Butt . Hon. Secretary. Or. W. L it Eland members of the Council. Professor Rennie or. Stirling messes. J. S. Lloyd w. 8. Poole w. How Chin and s. Dixon. A cordial vote of hunks was accorded to or. W. Al. Defend for his services to the society. The Rev. T. Blackburn in vacating the chair said a hoped Many would be induced to take no come distinct Branch of science and become Active workers in that direction. The Advance of Commerce and civilisation had made an increase in the activity of scientific workers More necessary because of the great struggle going on against nature in order to Render cosmopolitan everything of value and to destroy All things thought to be of no value to civilisation. The result of this was that the data of the scientific student were being lost to them and without delay they must collect As much As possible before it was entirely lost. A circular was received stating that die International geological Congress would be held at Berne in november 1891. Or. Howchin exhibited a photograph of an unde scribed Outcrop of igneous Rock on the Murray Flats on the North Side of the Chine and about 13 Miles East of Rhine Vula. The out crop forms what is known locally As the South Black Hill and Pree Eute a remarkably ragged appearance. The atone examples of which were shown is a Horn Blendick Rock which Weathers As igneous rocks always do by spherical exfoliation resulting in huge boulders come of which axe As Large As a fair sized House. The following papers were read the effects of settlement and grazing in Australia upon the indigenous vegetation by or. S. Dixon critical remarks on some Edmunds by professor Tate and Collop tera of Australia by the Rev. T. Blackburn. Broken Hill strike. Affairs still Quier. Declaration by free labourers. Or. Wood at Petersburg. Broken Hill october 4. This has been another extremely quiet Day. The usual mass meeting was held on the Reserve in the afternoon and then the Mem Bers of the eight hours committee and defence and the torn assistants played a Cricket match which absorbed some attention of the strikers. Spe Kiu at the mass Lieut Init in the after noon or. P o i Mim in Raj. Iced in the fact that a Jorge Nuin Krof imported my were deserting from the mine. He happened to be in Ibe Street i sunday Riig pfc Aud bad the pleasure of meet in och 24 men who bad seceded from the auks of the free labourers. During the previous evening 27 had come oat and wince then they had seceded at the rate of about six every two hours. Or. Green Haig said he had received information from the proprietary mine that altogether 146 men including Bosses were now working underground. Or. Findlay stated that to Forte were being made to get it w arrivals from Germany to come up but on Landing Here and getting the True position of affair placed before them they had refund to do any work. All the speakers enjoined on the men to continue firm. The defence committee report that oboe the former Leaden were Upun Vahed the total receipts from All sources Nave been about �5,000. The . Have Tiu �3.000 in band. Toe spores Are stocked with �2,000 Worth of provisions and the committee s credit balance is about �1,600. Promises of substantial bums Are being received daily and the income is equal to the weekly expenditure Iki gingers on strike receive a weekly and carpenters 15a. Eleven free labourers who formed pan of messes. Baxter & Saddler s contingent and who have since joined the ranks of the strikers have signed the following document on behalf it is stated of 33 of their Fellows we the undersigned desire to make known for the in formation of the working classes the induce Monte bold oat to us to Start work at broken Hul when we arrived Here we found that the statements made to As were misleading and have consequently joined bands with the men now on strike who we clearly see Are fighting a fight not for their own Benefit Only but also for the workmen throughout the length and breadth of Australasia in every Trade and Catling. The following answers to questions Given by messes. Baxter & Saddler s officers and agents in Melbourne will prove conclusively that we came Here to do work in Dependently of the mines a that the work had no connection with to minere no won strike 2. That we were not going As Blackleg. 3. That the work was to shift Mountain and Good pick and shovel men were wanted Nob miners. We have found on arrival that we were to take the places of those who Are virtually surface miners on strike and As working men though Only common navies we Corn the idea of for Wing part in any move ment Likely in the least to prevent our fellow men from winning the fight they have nobly fought so far and we heartily wish that they May come out or. Howell manager of the proprietary mine whom i interviewed to night on the abject stated that according to or. Baxter altogether 15 men came out and 11 of these or others had since come on bringing the number up to within 4of the full complement. Me Howell has nothing new to say about the mine where matters Are progressing most satisfactorily. A couple of furnaces Are running smoothly and blasting has Tutu carried on in the Eastern Quarry alld a by Baxter s men. Colonel Morgan manager of the British mine had one Furnace going. Or. Line manager of Slock 14, has not yet decided when Auy of Bis pm elders will be started. There Are about 40 men working there. Twenty five thousand ounces of Silva were contained in Ore sent from Block 10 1. St week. A will be made of Tau lug the Ore. In the morning. Petersburg october 4. Or. Woods president situation at broken Hill on Bis Way Back to the City. Or Kichard Wood president of the trades and a Mir Council a Firek sed a crowded in it Trier in ii Iowa he tonight or. Heither a pre Wredt of the to urges it labor Jota True porn Jiing. Or. A void in a temperate site eco or viewed the Biti Iari a at broken Jill and detailed ton Steps he had taken to a thug about a settlement a he had. Bow ver proved futile. He paid a tribute to the unanimity prevailing Ani a set the Miu who were prepared to starve rather than Een better left uns id the Wui Kelof sous i Australia Mraw emd or fall by the strangle now being fought out. The Juji Earst disturbance Vej far Iliad own cubed by a n ii iii tint he express Ltd a at the per Teorina to which the co Tilem Tiv stores had been Braueht. The mine owners bad Lars Aduf ted the principle of uni Odisio with a was afraid the ten a object of Foj Rushing the workers. He Ein Juat Scilly de Trio Stiie jut Tiit Thieu in = a. Tia i made metrics Liti a & Sadler my drunk in reply to que Mitidi said Tia i at least 50 of mat firm s men come out and to had Betric i or iii a to a i of duo in a bad or turned to w re. Of Oti jul of the mayor of a Tertz Najr Var. Primer the in Ouon was carried Tiit Thi Hurt diag be spectrally a the directors of Trio broken Iliili mint iii the Dixie of Buci Anity to Confer Aith the men conditionally on the pickets big or. W oud was frequently applauded the greatest ism being by the audience which was one of tha largest and most Prebe native that has Ever assembled in Tho Hall Sydney. October 4. A Telegram has been received by the clerk of awards from bar. A. Toden. Secretary of the broken Hill miners association a taxing that the papers in of Neutron with the proposed application for conciliation under the trades disputes conciliation and arbitration act had come to hand and that they would receive prompt attention. It is understood that the broken Hill labor leaders will be tried at Deniliquin on october 24 before the chief Justice or. Caffey acting As Crown prosecutor. The Cockburn incident. Our Cockburn correspondent writes the men lately dismissed from the railway service Here have sent to the members of the District messes. Burgoyne and Hancock a detailed account of their defence. They state that they cannot Cay positively who Are their accusers nor what was said against them As their accusers were not questioned in their presence. The men Point out that taken by Surprise they had no tune to collect witnesses and urge the member a to Call for another enquiry As Chey allege that they Are buffering from an injustice their accusers evidence being deemed sufficient to have them dismissed and they say that the evidence Given by their accusers is Fale. They ask the members to try to get an enquiry As that is the Only Chance they have of getting Justice As the railway commissioners have not Only refused teem another trial Bat state that Ihen will not be interfered with in the matter. The liquor traffic. To the editor. I am &c., John Smith. Hawker september 20,1852. Sir permit me to say a few words in Refe rence to a motion that was carried at the half yearly meeting of the licensed Victualler association As follows that this meeting condemns any legislation which will harass the liquor traffic As being opposed to the beet interests of the i most confess with Many others that i need enlightening As to How the liquor traffic can be conducive to the welfare of the Colony. Will the mover of the motion kindly explain As i Hare always thought that if the liquor traffic were abolished it would be far better for the Colony that the taxpayer would not be co heavily burdened that crime would be almost a shingon the past that there would be no unemployed no starving children no Drunken brawls no wife beating but a contented Happy and Well to do Community. If any member of the licensed Victualler association can prove that i so wrong let him do to by ail Means and hence secure another vote for die Lauar traffic. Sib persons Are most liable to consumption from fifteen to thirty. Watch every cough every cold every tags of failing in the younger members of the family. Give bos cime s German syrup at once. It will Aye them. Cheap cough medicines Are no Good Here

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