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Adelaide Evening Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1890, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia adela1db and London . By so men Toto in " departure of mul5 from Adelaide. Wednesday fixed. Rio Emo january 5, 9.40 . London Jan vary 4. Or. W. H. Smith to whom the relegated the duty of finally deciding upon the attention of the Day on which Matin for England leave Adelaide has Vanhoa coed my decision. A Ortli Hgt it the government. Will Sanction the substitution of wednesday in each week instead of monday for die departure of Anglia a malls from Adelaide. Italy and triple Alliance. My. Glads tone 8 opinion. T6b,anuaxy3. " in the course of a Speed made to Day Wro Raa it Nifte " relation of to the triple Alhante or. Gladstone a of Casino of bal with Arllano Hijra a Impi Metthe fun Ahrian Prosperity of Italy. ? i Yurt he trouble brew unto activity of the British 1consul. Rec Shysh january pm blk i Ndon Anu any i i it was stated by. The att thormities armed is Suo that Captain Ftp Tanto Iii be Ppd that Ido British territory created the present dime Ltd would be recalled. Later the Young King Parloa announced that Portugal twi in not Teofe deform her Arlins Andic Isaris latter policy who chs we being carried out. The portuguese save again seized the a Siwwi of a a Airicka torsk a twin Hrbal Orfin sum brith Consul at Mozambique is in opposing Tea put Fagaese. Personally organizing the. Nat Atas m View to exod re their Yir Tine the Makit Kafaa Aad Karat go the tie tribe which Yeti Cresdy declared the . My Pohli irate Arcana entraining their fames at a Straga 800 Rouea tha Noath 0f the i a Besl prom this a tiption of Chichis readily reached by Steamer they will adva Noethen a preparations Kytt Eileen made. A v j Jet it believed thai fighting has already Benfu Between the portuguese and the not fibr in Jar mos a. Severe Ted Janny 5,9.40 . 1 London Jaa Oery i. Chinese authorities in tie Island of 9ocmopa have excited Tjie i us of air subject Steeb lion there. The natives have risen Agat Ilus Chiaese Aad a wherely Foright Raawe took poses Between the f wow Tes lately. In the the natives were Dow Vith a Fase Deliea killed. Ign Falefa tee a. Serious Kawac Sut England. Spreading 4w s6bop& x in late n. ". parents. R i Iti a " " 1 a by Ken Sta Toaty 5, .40 . J Lindon Jantia a 4, la Gow Gilwett a Londonio a wry bad foam. A Fugaie of the Are of diagnose to be of a mils Bojalad Tyrpa great Jatari is nned by tiie pm Talent in the Useriu a. Serious pases have world Tao amongst Downs drag fats twi and to bowmen a the and in theol setae la pref Biagaio Many Evant a towns in Pra Vahs on the Vonti nent of mope and the Natal Fly is via r heavy in Aikton it Rovinea if Jaan. Madrid and Vienna. Is one Tobago of factory Foo Oil Only Fly women ont of lamp employed Are at item fans Jcj the Mande having been frightened away by the a Lotfi. Tike Infin nit epidemic. Basin january 6,7.15 1 Cindon a Anoai 5. A Fri angst other persons attacked by the prevailing epidemic of influenza Are the a Lapresa Augusta of Germany grandmother of the emperor William or. J Elfinger tote Fanoos Leader of the old Oal Hrdlic Paity. And the bight Hon. Benin Chaplin minister of Agrio Altare in great . Retirement of Slayen. Job Civiss january of 9. 40 a. . London january 4. In know lodging the numerous evidences of sympathy which have been Shewn to Ida Slavin Ohata Pion of Titlair. Anno Octa that he will Ait an Date native Froais the ring. Cou Sre two water of Longs by e. Goold min in the office of or. D. W. Duffield and they Aye a Lent examples of the Art Liri style one being a land ape and tiie other a shipping tads Cape a a finished of Jay of anew zealand sketch and ii boldly treated while the general tone is soft and other. Painting a a sketch in Poole Harbour and a equally effective. very Happy a his treatment of shipping and still water. The railway Cheshire lady writing on november33 to a relative in this City and acknowledging receipt of Adelaide newspapers says i fed greatly interested in Crar gauge diff duty of your railway More especially so As one part of the line which i go Over to my daughters is both Broad and narrow gauge aide by aide be a Lins is put within the " a this4s the title of a writing both words and Mocio by or. John Donas want Tif Aba bold pin for. Sounra the Pacific station. Racz Iamb january 5, 9.40 . London january 4. . Warspite armoured twin screw Cruiser of the first class. Staff Oom minder. Clifford Bawden has been commissioned by the admiralty to take the place of the armoured Meir battleship swifts re the in ship of Bear Admiral Heneage on the Pacific station. Bread stuffs. Rice tvs Jannay 5, &j40am. London january 4. The English wheat Market is firmer the Continental marketsar4 firm and the american Market is steady. For Forward. Shipments of australian Tolondo Belle Rossk 36k " Wirt Ediab floor Ift Aperfine por280 la. Xibi a Imi a uni pin of 27s. Fld. T. N t e. If of 2801b., sex store is quoted at an average Price of the Money Market. Rec january 6, 9.40 &."m. Lin Joy a Touati i1 Boft to the decreased Deiiana for Noney uie a Perl a a Kef ,.qnotajion. For months in Bias now increased to a f 1 ? pts axed january 4,10.21 am " up my Oak Jai Inary 3 Thetna we Iron Marketo Are in an excited Oon Ditson. \ a sacked Bian have risen to the extent of 10s, and Glasgow pig inn is sow quoted at 66s. Commercial. Lemdon Tanii Saiy 4. -t.-.tallow. A at yesterday s Public auction of auf Ladavan Tallew wreo0ared, of the prices resized weft As follows for instr olarian tallow Mutton medium to thu. edit us 24si St-1 it or f intr few v / Best brands f wire fails re quoted at c Lis. Per cwt " Oak brands Are r qiiote3at �20. Pia Imp january 9.40 a xi6"ndodf Jannary 4. 1 Avbel pin " Saltan of Turkey to feb in respect to Iua sovereignty Over Tripoli i an Afi inn potent has iacued another a ree Inch Tab 1b prohibited to Hiss objects. Tao Emo Janua a 7.kpm.j London january & mount Rebhan mines. The prospectus of the company which been formed with a capital ol�275,000 to work the Silver and Lead mines of mount Zeehan Tasmania,1 has issued. Colonial telegrams. Victoria. Melboorne Jannary i or. John Thomas of Bourke Street the Well known. Billiard table Manul Turtur died on Friday. He of the Volunteer artillery Motel on Friday evening was discovered i late last night under a Heap of stances indicate that the death arose from suffocation rather than from bodily injury although the body was badly cat and braided. The body of Sosa Hogan waa also crop bored yesterday and found to be Teddy mutilated. It is now apposed that the building waa badly twisted by a sudden soul which occurred just prior to the collapse Bot the. Real Aue of the a oddest is Atill involved in doubt a mixed train from Harden to Carcoar Kiriy on saturday morning 4eft the rails near Homewood while travelling at a fair rate of Speed Bot the damage done was comparatively. The engine Driver was slightly braised and the firm i narrowly . The Para Eugas were in the train but Only one waa Hurt the injury being confined to a sprained ankle., it is supposed that tree Accident was caused by a defect in the line. It has been definitely arranged Between the premiers of the different colonies that the Federal conference shall Meetin Melbourne. Messes. Mcmillan treasure Gould minister of Justice and de & chief railway commissioner Jeave to Morrow for Melbourne in route to new zealand. Tenders have been accepted foe the erection of new government Telegraph offices at broken Hill to coat �6,475,-the work to be completed within twelve months victorian Pilot Telegraph Melbourne january 5. In the report of the committee appointed by the Marine Board to enquire into the Pilotage system Victoria it is shown that the annual average net earnings of pilots during the last ten year waa�790, and for the last five years �905. In London the annual net average earnings is �399 on the Tyne �133 at Liverpool �180. The committee consider that the present number of pilots Twenty four is sufficient and that a steam Schooner to bet stationed outside port Phillip Heads is essential to the efficient discharge of the duties of the sea pilots and should be procured with the least possible delay. They do not recommend any reduction on the present rates. Cubic kit the Stevenson cup Matthei Ware continued on the Oval on saturday when there Wasa fair attendance despite the beat. The Hindmarsh who Only played nine of by the Norwood for 95. A. H. Jar vis making31 of the lost five these runs and then play ceased. Lyonsmade22, and g. Giffen21 not out. Thead Elaides batted All the afternoon against the Booths the score when Stamps we redrawn being 374 for 7 wickets. Richard sled the Way with a freely bit 132 not out and then came Tardif and Wigle with 96 and m respectively Large fire. In b00rne. Mel finest building in Lonsdale Street destroyed. By Telegraph Melbourne january 5. At about a Quarter past 9 o clock this evening a fire broke out on the premises of messes. Levy Brothers & co., a five Story building with basement the finest building in Lonsdale Street and too pied As a Branch establishment of the London House. All the five floors were fully stocked with fancy goods Ironmongery a. The manager and cashier were the last person on the premises at 1 o clock on saturday afternoon when everything was apparently secure. The fire broke ont on the top fist burning along the whole of the floor with great fierceness. It was thought at one time that it would be possible to confine the. Flames to the top Flat Bat the fire worked its Way through to the next floors. Light rain which waa falling most of the time had the effect of wetting the Adja cent buildings and preventing their being ignited by the great burning flakes Wiloh were tossed u p by the heat and carried considerable distances by the southerly wind towards the Melbourne Hospital this authorities of that institution a mod the different wards where the patients were alarmed at the Glare of the fire to assure them that there Wasno danger and men were station on the roof to Cheek any fire should the falling flakes ignite the building Bat none did. By 11 o clock Only the three top Loon were Banit Bat the fire was not out though apparently under control the Stock was insured in &houtxdb9en of Filee for what amount is not known it it la not sufficient to Oover the loss. The amount of damage has not been estimated Bat it la very considerable. Serious Accident on the g1ppsland railway. Train in collision. Wonderful escapes. Or Telegraph Melbourne Jao aary 5. An Accident occurred at Oakleigh Rill Iray stalk in 6n the Gipp land line Early this morning when goods train coming from Warragul Cate into collision with another train standing near Oakleigh station. A goods train known As the Viau to teen leaves Warragul for Melbourne at 10.15 p.m., and is Doe at Oakleigh Between 1 and 1.30 no definite time is fixed for its arrival. Another train leaves Warragul at ten minutes past in d it due at Oakleigh Between halt past l and 2 . The 10.15 train arrived at Dandeno Ngat 12.45 . And picked up three passengers Hie Bow Ong a chinese Market Gardener of East Brighton who by mistake had taken the to Dandenong in Stead of to Oakleigh a. Professional Liluard make Cao aed. John stretch who Lead been at Dandenong repairing billiard tabl8�, and another Man who got out at Spring Vale. They occupied the guard s Van with guard Radcliffe who Wain charge of the train stretch occupying a. High the guard eng standing next to tha do on the i it hand Jade of the Van. 1 a Klei i was reached at l27 Lio. After two or three minutes the signal was Given to Start when the whittle of the tilt two was heard and the train was seen approaching rapidly Down the incline fist beyond the station Yards. Nothing could be done to Avert a mishap and the engine of the approaching train crashed into the guard s Van completely telescoping it splintering the sides Lite match Wood twisting and bending the under Carriage. When the signal to Start the train had commenced to move Forward but the guard had not go Tinta the Tan when the collision occurred. The chinaman was kled instantly. Stretch had a marvellous escape. It is supposed that the first Impact he was thrown Down and that then the floor Van opened showing him to fall to be ground where the floor dosing again he was pinned in a cramped position. It took about half an Bear with thus of xes to extricate him. When found he was almost in him. The Driver Nix n of the 1l10 train Jiu sped from the engine and escaped unhurt but the i Jsn George Bounds was thrown violently on to the permanent Way sustaining a severe Sheik to the system and injuries to the head and face. Several tracks we reformed off the rails and considerably damaged. The Seddens was almost identical with Titan at Narr Warren about a year ago when the same collision. " fatal Accident at the proprietary mine. Man burned to death. By Telegraph broken Hill Jannary 5. A horrible Accident occurred at the proprietary mine smelting works in saturday morning whereby a Man was Burnt. To death by molten slag. Team Haic Bagi isred Henry Bra aged sixty employed on the smelters daring the last two Yean and who had Jost returned from a month s Holiday was on saturday engaged in Wheeling Iron. Pos full of molten slag front tie furnaces to the Cage of the dump where the pots Are emptied. While engaged is emptying one pot another pot had been run oui and left standing about Seyen Yards behind Brame. Brame then started to drag a of Potia the Bikk of the in Trace ans halhed backwards consequently he did net see the foil pot and Crft led we it. This Over balanced him and falling on the pot he upset it and the. Red hot fatal poured Al Over the poor fellow Banting him in a frightful manner. His mates ran to his assistance Tore off his burning clothes and sent foe a doctor. Brame must have been in agony but the fearful Shock was evidently so great that it of pet a a waltzed him and he did not make a moan. Of the arrival of the doctor and Brame was removed to the Hospital where he died in Little More than two hours utter admission. Fatal mining Accident. Two men Telegraph., by Kane january. " a terrible a Al Accident occurred at the school deep Shaft at Charters Toweson saturday. Foramen were Down Boring with a machine when an explosion was Beard and on going Down the search party found two men dreadfully mangled a third terribly injured and the fourth completely dazed by the explosion. The men killed Are Tom Dingle Boss of the shift and William Pearce. The recovery of the third Man is very doubtful it is supposed that the Boring had struck portion of an unexploded charge. From the pressure of the blast it is a wonder that All four were not instantly killed. The Queensland ministry. By Telegraph Brisbane january 5. The following rearrangement of the portfolios of the ministry was gazetted yesterday or. J. M. Mar Ulsan previously Secretary of works and mines to he colonial Secretary and Secretary of mines or. H. M. Nelson previously minister of railways to be Secretary of railway Sand Public works. Theisan Francisco mail. By Telegraph Auckland january 5. The Zealandia arrived yesterday and left for Sydney in the evening. San Francisco commercial news to december 14 states flour family extra $4.20 to $4.35 superfine $2 85 to $2.93 wheat no. 1 shipping $1.27$ tinned Salmon Colombia $l.45 to $1.50 Alaska $1.25 to $l30. Kerosene shipment not to hand. There is no news of importance from . The tamases party have consented to the reinstatement of Malietoa. Or. R. L. Stevenson the novelist is at Apia. New Guinea affairs. By Cooktown january 4. The Merrie England arrived from new Guinea to Day. Among her passengers were three miners who have been prospecting on the Mainland for three months without finding anything payable. The governor in a steam launch anchored in the Fly River on the morning of the 14th the launch stranded and 150 natives. And fifteen canoes. Attacked sir William Macgregor who fired caning the natives to. Retreat. After half an hour the native returned offering a pig a a peace offering. Sir William Macgregor travelled. 180 Miles up the Fly River and on his return visited the natives who were quite peaceable. Sir William left again on the 26 the to explore higher up the Fly River. Wrecks in the South seas. By Telegraph Sydney january 6. The missionary barque John Williams which has just Aniced after a Long cruise in tie South seas reports having seen in the Gilbert group the wreck of a vessel of about 1,700. Tons. The Hull was partly submerged and the bows and Stern were both gone. There Wasno Mea Bof ascertaining the name of the ship. At another Island 400 Miles further North the topsides of a vessel were seen but nothing could be mad of them to far As establishing their identity was concerned. The federation conference. To be beld1n Melbourne. By Telegraph Melbourne january 5. The negotiations in reference to the place of meeting of the federation conference having resulted in of Avoir of Melbourne the Premier will shortly make the he Essaiy arrangements. The question As to whether the proceedings shall be open to the press will not be decided until the first meeting of the representatives. Should the conference be open to the Public or Gillies will see that proper provision is mad for a fall official report of the proceedings. Pastoral matters in Queens a no. By Telegraph.1 Brisbane january 5. The lambing season in the pastoral districts promises to be one of the Best Ever known. S6ttpub troubles Between the other unions and employers and station owners in the Western parts of the Central District appear to be brewing. Meetings of All the different labour organizations and also of the employers Union Are now being held at Barcaldine and there Are some matters of difference that May Lead to a rupture and some probability of All improvements on station property being stopped. I religious news. s Sistis marriage Law Keyonn association has received the following letter from profess order. Schroeder president of tha Bible Revi Slon commissioning Germany my Friend and colleague in the work of revising tha Toms Bule profess did. Franz Delitzsch of Leip scr has forwarded your letter to me requesting me to reply As he is himself prevented from doing to by illness. I now i Fohn you that the a tests lev. Xviii. .18,in the revised edition of the German Bible which it pc expected will appear in the year 1889, a in essential agreement with Aluther text and with run As in the so called Frob Bibel from the first Regency of Diego peo from that of Arad Zocima to our Owa never been anything but a federation. Constantly in Oen it and composed of rival parts aspiring to supremacy. Reoccupy a territory fifteen Tubbes Large , and we hive not one fourth of its population. How Ronld you expect that an Empire could remain United Ander such conditions 2 Yon will see that this Empire which is so vast and so thinly peopled will split Pinto Small republics which will increase the number of the periodical revolutions of South America. It was foolish to expect that we alone should remain a monarchy in the midst of republics. It was inevitable that we should succumb to tha Republican contagion. Oar emperor Whomwell love has done nothing to taking this course. He is a savant or rather a Stock la student who devoured everything and digested nothing. It was expected tora Long time that he would abdicate but that Wouldhave been of no eur has remained a foreigner to of and a petronely blamed the emperor for not having presided Over the emancipation of the slaves. From the execution of such measures Sovereign ought not to be ,the emperor has not sought to win the prestige of Imperial rank. For a Long time the brazilians have looted upon him As an Amateur Monarch no one seems to have interfered in this strike except those who defended their position and who thought they were defending their Heads. I am convinced that there will soon be excesses and at the same time that it is a serious and permanent revolution the federation convention. The place of Meating and the Date of the federation convention have at last been fixed. The delegates will assemble in Melbourne on february 4, it is understood that a majority of the delegates. Were in favour of Hobart but sir Henry Parkes preferred Melbourne or Sydney As the place of meeting. For a picnic Hobart is unquestionably to be preferred but if anything is to come out of the convention it ought to be held where its proceedings can from Day to Day be kept Folly before. The Public. As or. Gillies finally left the selection to sir Henry Parkes Melbourne Waschisen. As to the admission of the press about which the delegates Are to decide at their first sitting we Truiet this will be resolutely insisted upon if the discussions Are to be in secret they will be Alu lately useless. Already the original plan of the convention _ has been m narrowed Down As seriously to diminish its value. Instead of its being composed As sir Henry Parkes wished of representatives chosen by the legislature s of. The colonies for the purpose it is to be made up of special representatives from new South Wales and new zealand and of the members of the Federal Council for in Jochec colonies. This arrangement is obviously very awkward. The members of the Federal Council trill naturally be in favour of the maintenance of that body and their views. On the broader aspects of federation which sir Hnry Parkes wishes to have discussed will be merely to Weir own a a go get be regarded Fis of the colonies by which Uliey were nominated As members of the fed end Council. Except in the base of South Australia their Legislatures will have had nothing to 4o with their appointment and the South australian delegates will be elected not As delegates to the convention but a representatives to the Federal Council. If therefore the convention should be fruitless it will not be fair to say either that sir Henry Parke s 8obeme has been tried and foiled wanting or that the colonies Are strongly in favour of the idea of working up to practical and Complete federation through the Federal Council. It is almost certain that slither i astute can be fairly and fully disc Atleed by tiie convention. _ the convention will be sufficiently handicapped without having to confront obstacles of another kind. Hioe it is to be regretted that or. Rock bpm when in the Eastern colonies recently sought to prejudge its it May be assumed that parliament will elect him one of " the members of the fed end Council lie. Would have better. Taste if a had refrained from saying anything calculated to create the impression that he would go to the deliberations with his mind fully made up. In the course he adopted he Jade. Two. Mistakes. He offered a gratuitous affront to new South Wales and he la Iii de to speak on behalf of this Colony to an extent for hich he Lim no warrant t he will not support any scheme to eat the Throat of the present Federal Council then what is the Ute i his going to a conference specially called to consider the Best mean for bringing about practical As distinguished from the merely nominal federation of which the Federal Council la the embodiment ? besides even if . Cock burp held this View it was unnecessary and ungenerous for him to give expression to it in new South Wales. According to or. Coo Burn sir Henry Parkes s scheme goes far beyond Public sentiment and the necessities of the Case. Bat this is exactly what has to be ascertained and until it has been ascertained or. Coo Burn has no ground for his extreme assertions. The Premier justifies his Contention by a Mode of reasoning that reminds one of the irishman s assertion that he would never be Able to get his Boot on until he had worn it a few times. The local leg is Latores will not surrender any of their Power to a Central legislature until the necessity for doing an arises and then they will. A common danger ought Foroe Federal action upon us Bat at present there is no common danger. This is How the South australian Premier looks at the matter Aud it is about a sensible As saying that to will make do preparation for defence until the enemy is actually upon is. Besides what would federation be Worth that was taken up aae frely As a last resource ? it is to be regretted stat or. Rise out of the narrow provincialism which dominates most of his political theories and it is humiliating that in speaking Jias be should have been accepted As representing the views of South Australia. Or. Cooke non a soon Dolst a was in some respects even. Mora mischievous. He says his real objection to Complete federation is that South Australia has protective policy which she cannot and will not surrender. We Challenge or. Cockburn to prove that in the opinion of a majority of the electors South Australia would be injured by inter colonial free Trade. Unlike any of the other colonies our position gives is a special advantage. Behave on River Trade oar Queensland Trade and our Trade with broken Hill which Are All natural outlets for our products Ana manufactures. If any Colony suffered by the substitution of inter colonial free Trade for inter colonial Protection certainly South Australia would hot and the is the very. Last Colony that should raise the puerile cry of provincial Protection. We Are confident that if this special Issue were placed definitely before the electors there would be a Strong majority against or. Cockburn s Contention. Of course his meaning is Clear. There is a Small Bat very compact minority in the Colony who might be injured by inter colonial . A dozen manufacturers might suffer though we do not think they would. If they did it would merely mean that victorian manufacturers would take their place and open Branch establishments Here. The work would still be. Done a the Colony and just As Many men Woald be employed Here. It is almost certain that More would be employed because inter colonial free Trade would give is increased facilities for Trade through those natural outlets to which we have Jost referred. This Issue has never yet been clearly placed before the electors and until this has been done or. Cockburn has no right to assume that he is correctly interpreting the judgment of the constituencies. His opinions have Given great offence in some quarters in new South Wales particularly among the australian natives association and in Prospect of the forthcoming conference they have placed this Colony in a very false position. If the Premier is elected As one of the representatives it is desirable that for the second representative some one should be chosen who can curb the Premier s rashness and who will be Able to take a More statesmanlike View of the question of federation. We understand it is probable that or. Play Ford will be the second Delegate. Unfortunately the Leader of the opposition has been very pronounced on the question of provincial Protection and has also Strong views about. The Federal Council we have no reason however to doubt that the Hon. Gentleman will treat All the subjects brought before the convention in that spirit of fairness which has been so prominent a characteristic of his political career. Crushed again. Should be the condition of those who vainly attempt to Rise into Publio notice by repeated counterfeit. Of the genuine article known a Wolfe schnapps 855c death of or. John Neilt. The death of or. John Neill of the Sema i Phore on saturday january 4, Aith ugh expected like a Shook to Noah us of Porton ians and others with whom he had been closely tonne noted almost from the foundation of the Colony. The deceased gentleman who was universally respected died at his brother s residence North Adelaide at 2.45 on saturday morning a and soon after the news reached the port and semaphore where he resided for so Many years the Union Jack was half masted1 on the -.government, Flagstaff. The shipping j and business Homes at the port also lowered their flags out. Of respect for the or. Neill was born far Scotland in september 1827, and educated at the same school As the sex president of the Marine Board the late captains h. Ferguson. Coming to South Australia with his parents in 1833 he entered the Serai a of the South. Australian company then i under toe management of or. D. \ Mclaren the first manager of the company and father of the eminent or. Mclaren the Baptist Minuter who visited Australia in the latter part of 1888. remained with the company for about fourteen years. From 1853 to 1s72 he was accountant for . Simpson & sons the Well known Coal merchant Sand ship owners and was also interested in sheep fanning in the North East in the locality traversed by the broken Hill railway. During the latter pact of 1ss8 or. Neill. Acted m arbitrator and adjuster when the amalgamation of and Adelaide launch and semaphore launch companies took place. For a great Many years up to the time of his. Decease he had been Warden of the Marine Board As a representative. Of the shipowners and always devoted much time and Energy to the important Afi Isis upon who the boar had to administrate. His death has created a elective Vanancy in that body. On several occasions he took a Strong stand of the question of compulsory Pilotage and being warmly in favour of an inn eras Aga Fosec an outer Harbour wrote some trenchant letters to the Register on the subject. It is worthy of special notice too that in october last on the proposition of Warden Neill the Marine Board recommended that the port Adelaideo Hannel should be deepened to 28 it. Low water at a Cost estimated by the Engineer in chief at Over �62,000, find the action of the Boardway Medwith appreciative recognition on the part of the government. Some fears ago or. Neill started an office at Eort Adelaide and Wasmut sought after As a strictly trustworthy accountant auditor and general financier. Although a Man of St neg opinions he never took any Active part in really Publio matters though in 1883 and 1886 he was inn fed to hold office assay roof the semaphore. He Waal shrewd Manof much colonial knowledge and Wash authority on a matter connected with the history of port be hardly possible for any person to have been More respected than the late or. the deceased s mothers still alive and he leaves besides a widow three Brothers or. A one of the railway commoss . Neill j.p., of near Macao Ora and . Neill manager of the Federal Bank in Adelaide three sons or. T. W. Neill a thee Farmer near. A Arraco Orte or. J. manager at fat Adelaide for messes. G. Wills & co and or. A. L. Neill and for daughters pcs Dageat. Sinclair a. La Massarie and e. Lemessurier and miss Neill. The Oneal took place on sunday afternoon at the Wood tile cemetery and Waas very largely attended. After the hear ii there followed three mourning coaches containing relatives of the deceased. Then came representatives of the Marine Board Soma phere and port Adelaide corporations and Over fifty vehicles. The funeral service was conducted by the Frise and Donovan Stuart of the Baptist denomination of which deceased was a prominent member and amongst those around the grave were All the male relatives mentioned above together with and Ernest Lemessurier sons in Law. Pastor h. Hussey and . Stirling of she Oak log add j. F. Mellor j.p., of Adelaide Brothers in Law and . J. Sanderson president of the Marine Board to Stephens Secretary Marine Board wardens of the Marine Board members of the port and semaphore corporations messes. R. O. Kestel ,000, the rate might be Only 1 or 11 per cent. Folly seven tenths of the stores purchased go to the railways which pay percentage in the same Way As other departments have to that a proportion of their own salaries ought to be defrayed by the store department instead of the entire amount being debited against the railway Revenue. A w a r. 1 Elfee Wafe Adelaidev. It abut the. knife re resumed on Satur Day when two Ames were practically Dis posed of. The Adelaide cd in. First in thes the end of the ground Ana we Fen 7 o clock j arrived they were still in Possession of the had realized the Fine scare of 374, with Toly seven men out 1 Wigley and 1tardif went in first add Madea me stand Tufe store being 158, in trying to Cut a slow from Weedman. The retiring batsman did not give a Chance and played in his Best form. Haldane Reiga was very Brief As he tras bowled first when Richard joined Tardif another stand was made but when 188 had been reached Tardif was caught for 96. He hit Well but gave two chances the first mistake being made when he Wasat 50. Eva did not stay Long but Waldron Wasia for some time and As Richards was eccrine at a great pa6e the total was advanced to 237 before the left hander retired Phillips making fihe Oatch in the Outfield. Gunn was Only at the wickets a few minutes but in this time he made two fives and after Wintali had gone Healey and Richards played out time. Richards gave a change whence bad Soord 97, but otherwise his innings was free from fault and he hit beautifully. Reedman worked very hard for the South a who Atulak to their work Well considering the heat. The following Are the scores Adelaide. J. Tardif c. Musgrove a. Parkin. Ski b. S. Wigley a. Bee Man. 54h, Haldane Breedman 0 n. Kinards not out. 182l. Fivan.l.b.w., a met Grove. 8 Are Waldron a. Phillips b. Smith. 82 w. Gunn a Parkin b. Turner. 12winnali, Smith. 2 j. Healey not Bat 15st drum 23 total. J374 Hindmarsh could Only a Exeter nine men to oppose Ahe. Norwood Suthon saturday. Gong 1nt,%ey Start a. H. A Arvind. Nitshke jetting on 42 for the first wicket Jarvis was playing in his Best form whig he was snapped up at the picket of. Jams Ina nit a Kes myed Toselle Suhta 67, but the rest of the men out of badly,.and. The innings closed for 95. Lyons and Mckenzie started the Norwood innings but the 1 latter washout in Jarvia s i a Stover. Lyon retired at 40, and although w. Wiffen and Goode made a stand five wickets were Down for 69. G. Giffen and Bahnman then , sad although the Bowling were Prettywood these two remained tether Nutu the Hindmarsh score was passed. A Jarvis Wasin Fine form at the wickets scores Huff Marsh a. Jirvis . Lyons. 31 a Nitschke a Lyons 123 p. Jarvis b. Giffen. 16w.,Groves,. 0 h. C. Chittle Borough a Giffen. 5 of King not out. 4 h. J. Day xxx Blinman a. Men 2 6. Behdjet son a. Blinman a. Lyons. 1 Lyons. 7 sundries. R. 6 total. ,95analysisof ,77b. 43r. Pm. 4w. , 71b. 46r. 2m. 8w. So Wood. J. J. Lyons a. F. 22 j. ,b. F. Jarvis. 0. Givien a. Begg a. F. Jarvis 16f j. Woods St. A h. Jarvis b. King. 6 j. E. Gooden a King. 11g. Giffen hot ont. 21 h. Blinman not out 14. Sundries 9. Total. A. 99 analysis of . Jarvis 108b. C8r. 4m. 3w. Kingi 105b. 22r, 9m. 2w. The interviewer. Sib Samuel Adelaide the express train from Melbourne brought among its on saturday january 4, sir Samuel Griffith the Tasens Landoll Titian sir Samuel was met at the station the Premier Hon. Or. Cockburn and the on or. Campbell,. He is staying at the Adelaide club until to Day when he will leave by them a Steamer for a Brief visit of what Fra Australia. On saturday sir Samuel a an interview with the Premier and also drove out to see the sewage farm a 1 informed Register that a 3jslt to Western Tii Odijk wis Oad from a personal desire of knows Colony. As the i or Degat Queensland to the feds Qon Bilbe that he had talked Eer the Sumbot of Australasia federation with leading Rali troians in the Eastern colonies and he was glad of the Prospect of attending a Feden Tion conference in Mel borne Early next month sir Samuel strongly favours a larger federation of the colonies and thinks that if the people of Australia consider the time has Home for it no filing Rimai Nasit to proceed at once to perform the work. That there Are difficulties every thoughtful politician must admit but Tome ire insurmountable. There should be a the australian Dominion wit members directly representative of the people Aad the snip lots dealt with should be such As affect i the welfare of the Domi Kua. The that of ology into a self governing province. He does not. Consider that fiscal. Union or Interr Chinial free Trade is in any. Way a Ebay Biankie within immense design m far it upon each certifying that they d to the Abri our Tapper Titia a snog Tomu Tedorf Fried my won was with stated to be very next Ayrc Tousan guns way4d sailed Rev to the head of to rely Bay where a found a Steuwer and r Murre Cutter. Vith each � big party and to m of the Birds by me Verdi to on. We sped on the main und Abor t fire Moje b ath of the Mission Stet Rai Ahier the shelter of a Cliffy Hill v or cases of sover Allong dead sheep there my e 4 wog Twilight and a fairly Good Moon rot Neighbours fired away a Good lot4f 4er and shot and next morning denoted had secured a number of swans � asks geese and other Birds. They were very kind to is and gave Usfo loaves with the offer of any other stores which however redid not require. This party also secured a Nice lot of fish in Tufe Bay and called Back to Golowa at s . The other party was already ashore at 6 ,and we Jet sed to Nan Bank to mad Island to meet the Birds which they were Dri fag Way. Here we found that we bed adopted a Good policy but Bert Padder and Ted made the mistake of walking about in the swamps in Stead of r quietly waiting for the flocks of waterfowl which the other tarty Ware continually driving Over. Having no fourth gun the Pater pref emd sitting in the boat Tot about Rigour hours to wading during the i same time Mcnee Despin mire and slash after the Birds. Whit doing this he hid about a Hundred orator Qunitin for a shot but people see a lot of my when they a Erit got their gun with them. The pfc Iio is and ducks oame Al Milt close Eno to be knocked Down with a stick Means the it fat three banged away occasionally told finally returned with about three dozen of news Tel. Widgeon a pair of Piggy geese to ducks few sea snipe and Eeve Al Ste snipe. The sea snipe Are rather Large and Fly in flocks of from so to 5c0, and can it easily approached. The other Birds Are Small but both kinds Are excellent eating. Having secured altogether about fifty head of wild fowl sufficient for ourselves and for. Friends in Adelaide redetermined to kill no More and started Back for Golowa. We had to , at oar first resting place near Rankine ferry and next morning reached Gool Wain Good time for dinner and the s o clock train. Padder s and. Bert s noses both being especially prominent looked very red Ana very raw notwithstanding the extra cooking these organs had received during oar week s Oating. Fake Reistma breakfast provided at. The expense of the Hon. W. R. Simms ., for the poor of Adelaide was Laid ont in the Mission Hall Light Square on sunday morning january 5. A very generous and substantial spread a supplemented by a gift of 2,000 bans and cakes from or. T. C. Parkes and oae of Plum cake sent by messes. Calder Balfour. The tables we redecorated with Flowers mid foliage Given by several kind ladies and the Walls recovered with scripture texts and mottoes. Or. Simms e invitation wad accepted by 170 persons Tsoh. Is Siig of thirty six men thirty four women sad 1c0 child rim. And. Ail is my to thoroughly appreciate his helpers Wen . Finlayson snug. C. Knight misses Drommond
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