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17 Jan 1901

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17 Jan 1901

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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 17, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia rid Leo Oai r Rill ii Only now in Progress. Bargains in every department. O t closes saturdays at 1 . 42 in. Check and Stripe dress j Floral French Hollins 1/3 for 94 Yard 9/s for /l1 Cloan mater self wite Check spot Muslin to Cream 2/6 for 1/11 Yard an Blue 42 in. Repp dress. 5/6 for 2/11 do Zool i to a jims 7md 43 strip 0lai8 Dos 2/11 for 2/8 dozen 2/3 for 1/3 Yard Seth w0\�er8 of the sew Century no. 1 ladies Book Muslin dress no. 4 striped Lustre shirt skirts beautifully made with gjujj88 a a lace in sectioned also extra ill for 3 11 slip underskirt 27/6. 29/6, m. _ Ahia a a 5-Lmdies Book Husun Shortall it 10/6 blouses lace in sectioned. No. 2-spot Book Muslin blouses 8/11 for 5/11 perfection of style and Cut no. A neat and stylish jackets richly trimmed Val lace in Fawn and Grey 12/6 for 5/6 11/6 for 5/11 no. 3 ladies shirt blouses All no. 7 Job corsets Una sorted styles usually 4/6 to 6/11, sizes 5/11, 8/6, 12/6. 15/6. All for 2/11 All for 5/11 boots boots boots Lien s Tan Balmoral toe Caps a ladies court shoes Patent Back very neat Boot Glace fronts. Very special value 7/6 value w Cwm Heth a leather Ltd. Is Togli i sufi having made an extra Large a pedal it1c9, 4/0 Purchase we Are Able to do hens soil leather Balmoral them at the extraordinary toe Caps Spriggel soles it Ftp Rice of a w a a ? i a infants Patent ankle strap 2/6 s1z63 7 to 10, shoes sizes 3 to 5, 2/11 sizes 11 to 1 reduced from 1/9 to 1/3. Loud Ihsen Brandon s 57, Street. Summer Sale has no w commenced. List of prices. I ? ? 7 Bencea seduced from to. 1 Runi to gentlemen s goods. Do. Tie walking shoes 12 pain tin Balmoral Broad Bostock s ? u 6 10 6 welts. To Tock � nuke. 25 0 13 0 go shoes the Dorothy. 10 to i 11 22 do. Do end Kwh and do. Crommell Box calf american 21/ ? 17 6 12 0 Button and Oxford Patent Tan Balmoral american _ � � 6 7 11 shape ? 14 6 10 9 go. Oxford. Patent Caps 8 11 6 11 Tan Balmoral ? 9 6 7 11 i t5p it rms. 5 \ 5 a Milf uni shed Balmoral White Ultras court oboes. A 11 2 11 full Tow Saadi own Broad Black Oilvas Oxford and Witt. English nuke ? 25 0 17 8 93e btttt0b� 2, 3. And 4 Balmoral narrow toe3, im001? in i i Ujj � a american make ? 17 0 15 6j Jennis shoes sizes 2, 3, 5, 6 4 11 2 11 Balmoral., calf a sloshed 10 9 9 9 5 paid Only slaidi1 and 2, Balmoral Oloa hed our own at oxfords Bostock s mate 10 6 8 11 make ? 10 6 7 11 1 pairs Only Ilene White can Dies gee 4-Button shoes 01 4 ii a Balmoral buc Kikm fit Wie 5,laceiiu5 do � h tins � 10 6 4 0 la Tea Glace Oxford do ? 8 11 4 11 7 pairs Only guru 7 to 10 White Canvas Ras lion Tennis shoes Oxford ? 2 11 16 sizes 5, 6, 7 ? 10 6 5 11 infants. Ladies goods. A 8 ? 4 9 2 11 Glace Button boots ? 11 6 9 6 Besta Teny calf Ankie strap do. Urn Oral do ? 10 6 8 11 sizes 1. 2, 3 ? 4 9 1 11 do. Walking shoes instep suede ankle straps sizes 1 to strap Bocock s ? 16 6 12 6 3 ? 4 9 1 11 do. Oxford shoes Queen Felt do. Do., sizes 1 and 2 Only 2 0 10 Chape Bostock s ? 16 6 12 6 Glace tie shoes 1, 2. 32 6 16 do. Button and oxfords White kid tie shoes 1, 2, 3 2 0 10 welted Patent Cap 10 6 11 6 and every other line at a Large discount off usual prices during the Sale. Brandon s shoe warehouse 57, Rundle Street. Issel a la inv d at a 6dh am so i in r m Robert Harper & it ? Twieg _ Sac suits in Tweed Serge and melange 5055/, 60/, 63/, to order. Crash coat and trousers 23/, to order. 16 and 18, Hafdley Street. Cowell Brothers Timber & Iron merchant it general Ironmo Gen steam saw planing. And moulding Mills Zetoria so Adelaide Kew Dock port Adelaide & Parade Norwood. Jarge stocks of Cleat of building materials stacked Nodi Sheds carving Aad turning done on the premises. tix Bek a speciality. Importers of All Claa Aea of Ironmongery and paper Hanainy. Country orders receive special hit tuntion. Head office Parade Norwood. Was. Jewit Aadot twentieth cent Tobt. The nbwe8 nil we mob i and most Gua Cekuls of All ladies cobs is the Madame Jeann in pour Tuu Kitaw no. 3 a Kcal Pavo Ritt. So took or Abb Job them. Jill Aceitu Olzie. A Biaas and or of olt Ordan Inch m wind in Paio a us stomach. Sick Hudach. Gid Diana. altar meal Oiz Ziatts and drow Sieu cold chill. Lothine ? lift Lomori up tit by Tab Cost Iris a Blotch Tsoo to Bola Dii Turbed Slep Foch tool dreamt 1 All Komu Saida Tiodos 4t tax first dose will cite Aluir 19 Man i Vns. This Tae Setio. Every Tiff car u Ean Milr i Avi cd to toy a Box of to Kim Puia Aad us ill to co to Worth a Guinea a Box Beech a3t8 pills will quickly Rattan of mates to compier he att. The . For weak stomach impaired digestion disordered liver to act magic work vital onouis3tnaftboaio to Bourseau rim Biaci Kadack a with 10 Kosebud or health the whole pm shul ii Bot o a Bomar . To an leu Allela aloof of of to boat Cna Rantas to to Kon Romard Bili tatty b that Bomhan s Mil Havo Tho Lar to Sal of any Patent Mol icons in be world. Foil Ditc Tiona with each Box. Pro Perm Only by Thomas Burmam. St. Hot am a Lane awhirl. In tend. Sold ?, u1j-, and fs.9d. Tach. Isobe Money time. And temper saved Brux Anro Best Fitilia of bestow Earith Best value v55? Best make ? Wabl of pub ions Imit moms. Bu8ine88 notices Unbehaun i to. Loud. & buc Otino j 4-v us Tinah electric Tot Aphonso and alar rna. Pow st. I Stew just & co. Date & l. Hip Wau a on. Electrio Ai. Kno Ineus and . Gilbert place Adelaide. Tykp boats. Us Stltt Tor electric lighting on of i. Telephone. Delu ax., sep sued Aad flt Tad. Ii diff 1 too of if Vittol Dos a Excelsior Wing pumps Charles Atkins & co., Ltd. 97, Oulu a a Tinct. ? ls5uwip medical George a. Nicholls and pharmaceutical. Co Sost us sing will Lui st., sooth Adelaide opposite Geod a bail was station. acc until Illi Jii 11ml Medicine scat to aay part u the Oty Aad so barbs counter orders Rectra prompt attention. The Booe ims. Sabaa sir. Oarl Book. Specialist and All Jfe Eam. Coast Lattiea daily at t5 medical Hall a Weymouth Street Adelaide letters by Post attended to. Tb7tbsa e. Etti Cje family dispensing chemist us. Presumptions and an requisites Fob the sic k b09h at but Rwm Bat at or Nibi mini Baoba re Nam. By Fra. Tromm. Pc aeon for Taco Gera a us a Mrica be divines. Anas Street. Victo3ia-Squabb Senst Doan East of of Mica stat Tam. Teeth american win dental. Tif to vhf Villma. A r h. Wolf Teeth Tapaau of aur Miu a Ovante Price Teeth Ais legs i Teeth suss up ult a to mesh Vitta Lor pm or at Nta be a Boot to adv Joar Bolth your to up Iowa. Row Cutata h Eoo Uba it Tan expo awol of the to . Potted Irea a sealed eard pc Grerr Awa should Rod h. Adds of. Spa Flo to a dibs. A read to in ii ilm. The Mai Inoa a Mireia Joa Reva Bud. Writes Rene of 4inai4awa&3vo. Toto re Yard a Efy of i Leah Wii Utman 7 a. Maanum s�itoj3 i kit Kek am Ara a Taal. A Cdr Iko Alt t. Atiat Orquina Hotd let. A Sonst f. H. Fauldin. Go., Adelaide. Aoa . ? Diab Juba. Ibex units chlo Rodyns cubes to ? Dyse wept. Jl1 ? colds. Butoi mitts chlo Bodtke cubes ? f1teb. ? Zitte malts chlo Soutne dour b8 it ? pre Arribea tube flu a chlo Rodyne Miteb 1? ? Bett Boatic p Sohlor Odive has sated of Ennel Lara Juhli Ombodi a i a Eviona ? ? chlo Boutwe us m a Ian Mim aug a 1fp� v5i-1 Aadam the tra3ioae_acoidearr. The Angel of the lord encamped round about hem that tear him and Deli Ereth them. Valm Cor. 6. To the editor. Fair 1 Nave bad so Many land enquiries Mil expressions of sympathy Windu regard to my narrow escape from death last Jjon Day through being run Down from behind by the l ayn enam Vranicar that with your ii Russion instead of replying to them one by one i will give a Short outline of the occurrence and now it a 1 escaped from impending danger and any one will see that but for god s special interposition i must Hare lost my life. I a Riding my tricycle through North Terrace towards the Hospital and happened to be on the tramline in tending to pay a ministerial Viat an i do twice a week when All at once without any warning the Payne am Vranicar came behind me and ran me Down. In a moment i and the tricycle were resting upon the Sunn Tetree behind the horses heels. How the horses went Poat me wit ii their rein crossed without being frightened Bow the Tri Cyde passed Between them without ranting them to kick up and How they stood still until removed from the Tramar could Only be accounted for by the restraining Power of him who gathers the wind in Bis fist. As god would have it 1 did not receive a nervous Shock As reported in the Register nor did i lose my presence of mind but when the Tram car to pitch i simply expressed a wish that the hones might be removed at once before tire commenced kicking against the tricycle and the great master kept them perfectly still. It was by 4 kind overruling Providence that i happened to be exactly in the Centre of the tramline when Over taken had i been a few inches on either Side there would of necessity have been an inquest As i should without question have been trampled to death but this was kindly overruled Ako. I was preserved Al together from excitement or fear and was never More composed in my life than when sitting behind the heels of the horses. The Story of the gust of wind and Cloud of dust near the try car most have been a mistake As i did not witness anything of the kind. By the overruling Providence of Gott i escaped with Only a few bruises and in company with two gentlemen who very kindly walked with me to the Dorcas Ward but whose names unfortunately j do not know i attended to my Hospital duties a usual As one May suppose my tricycle was broken to pieces. I cannot find words to express my deep sense of obligation and my thankfulness to him of whom it is truly affirmed As the Moun tub Are round about Jerusalem so the lord is round about his people to whom alone be ascribed All thanksgiving and Praise. During the last few Days my right leg which a wounded in five different places has greatly swelled and become so painful that i fear i May have to Lav up for a time but i am conscious that i am in Good hands one woo can accomplish ii purpose in any Way he Plowes. This kind care i have every Confidence in committing myself. T am. Sir. A. ? Charles h. Goldsmith. We submitted the above letter to the chairman of the Tramway company and the Driver of the ear is asked Lor an explanation. He states that he saw a gentle Man Riding a tricycle on the line and hailed him but As no notice was taken of his signal be slackened the Pace of his horses an tie. The Driver smog out a second time and the tric dist seemed to Stop and turn round. Expecting tint the gentleman would turn off the line the horses were not pulled in but to tie Driver s. Sur prise. A rider seemed to lose Bis presence of mind and remained motionless. When the Driver realised that or. Goldsmith who was about 10 Yards ahead at the time was making no attempt to get off the be he endeavoured to atop the nones but the distance proved too snort. The Driver can not conceive Tost any one with a proper sense of. Hearing could not have heard his signal. Ite company Are naturally extremely sorry that the Accident should have occurred but they do not think there was any carelessness on the part of the Driver. De by Gina u the mostly thickly populated country in Europe with 224 inhabitants to every Square Mue then followed Holland with 152, great Britain with 127. Italy with 111, the German Empire with 97, Switzerland with 76, and Denmark with 58. The least crowded countries in Europe Are Russia with 31, Sweden with 11, and nor Way with 6 inhabitants per Square mile. The Little town of Stanley m the Falk land islands possesses the most unique school service Ever known. Two to Velb cos schoolmasters Are provided by government who visit the different families where there Are children and give instruction. The length of their visit depends on the astute Ness of the children and they May spend Days or weeks As the set May. Be at one Boose alone. 1 religious. Young women s Christian air aviation. A Metros of the social committee was idd at the . Institute Blind March Square. On january 15, to arrange for a re Cequon 10 Young women in out Ness. This the committee will shortly hold. On tues Day evening the members of the girls Institute met in the gymnasium and spent a pleasant evening with games and music they Are looking Forward to the reopening of the classes. A Bible class is conducted in the lady Colton Hall every sunday afternoon and the Young women attending it appreciate the privilege of being Able to get Tea afterwards and Tay till the hour of evening service at their respective churches. There Hare been a number of Visi tors in the Home during the Holiday season and All have expressed Hearty satisfaction at the arrangements. Church of Christ. Hindra Arsh. The an Nual Church meeting was head on wednes Day evening in the lecture Hall Robert Street. Or. D. H. Griffin presided Over a Good attendance. The pastor or. J. C. F. Rittman gave the report. Or. T. H. Brooker was elected an elder or. T. J. Doley treasurer and or. G. Duncan Dea con. The financial statement hewed the Church to be in a flourishing condition. The we Bat Harvest. Our annual returns. Following our usual custom we have sent to a huge number of correspondents and other gentlemen in the agricultural districts of the Colony asking their assistance in the compilation 01 our annual fun Timath of the wheat Harvest yield by answering the Fol k Wing questions l what is the extent of the country Vou report upon please give name of county and Hundred or hundreds and state what area is included in your report. 2. What it your estimate of the Ana of land reaped for wheat in the country you report upon Pleck state estimate in acres. ?. 3. What ares sown for wheat has been left a reaped or not Cut for Hay owing to poor Ness of crop 4. What is die general estimate of tie average yield of heat per acre for the area reaped in the suntry you report upon 5. What extent of land sown for wheat has been Cut for Hay 6. What is the total area including wheat Oats and other crops Cut for Hay this season 7. What it the avenge yield of Hay per acre 8. Were the wheat crops materially injured what has been the cause and what is the extent of injury 9. What is the variety of wheat cultivated and most favoured in your District North. 1. County of Stanley hundreds of Han son and Ayers 150,227 acres. 2. 9,000 acres. 3. Kil 4. 11 bushels per acre. 5. 900 acres. 6. 3,000 acres. 7. 16 cwt. Per acre. 8. Yea Ary Westner in unto or and dry weather and Frost in november 3 bushels per acre. 9. Purple Straw. 1. 10,000 acres Dalhousie Hundred of Laddie 6,100 acre. 2. 5,000 acres. 3. 1,100 acres about. 4. About h bushels per acre. 5. Only a few acres. 0. From 15 to 20 acres. 7. Half ton. 8. Yes Scarcity of rain 8 in. For year and ravages of locusts and rabbits probably 3 bushels an acre. 9. Steinwedel purple Straw Early pars Hahn s fic. 1. About 8,000 acres county of Victoria Gladstone District Hundred of Marridy. 2. About 6,000 acres. 3. Not any. 4. About 4 bags. 5. Not any. 6. About 2.000 acres. 7. 3 tons. 8. No. 9. Purple or red Straw and Steinwedel 1. County of Frame portion of hundreds Hart Boucaud and Jackamo Rundie about 12 Square Miles. 2. About 20,000. 3. None. 4. 10 bushels to the acre. S. About 2j0oo acres. 6. 2,000 acres principally wheaten Hay. 7. About 30 cwt. 8. Tes. Dry weather and hot winds in october damaged crops about one third. 9. Purple Straw red Straw Dart s Imperial and Steinwedel purple Straw most favoured. 1. Dublin the whole of the District. 2. Jannot say but More than hot year dub Lin is a Large District and h is Only a guess if i say 30,000 acres. 3. None. 4. 10 bus hels and 1 think it a All that As Many can snare several bushels above that average that help their More unfortunate neigh Bours we have a really Good Harvest 1 think As Good As we Ever had in the District and we have bad some Good ones. 5. Cannot say not much. 6. Not much More Man for Home requirements. 7. One and a half tons. 8. No. At first it was thought they would be. But the Way they have turned out they could not have been. 9. Early Para King Early Graya Early and Newman Early All have their admirer but the wheat that All have a Good name for is Dart s. Blue which is declared to hold its own though late. ? the older varieties Are not spoken much about but if mentioned Ibey Are referred to a Good cheats. The preference generally is for the Early Ort. 1. Hundred Bendley county Granville 10,000 acres. 2. Say from 5.000 to 6,000 acres. 3. Say 5,000 acres. 4. It would be difficult to say on a few farms near the Hills the average was in place 3 or 4 bus Belt but the majority did not return seed in Thi Hundred. That reaped on the Plains would not return halt a . X. Very Little Hay Cut. 6. None. 8. Yen. They came of nicely until Pring when dry weather set in and the oct Etta came in myriads destroying All the feed and doing immense damage to the wheat especially anything that was a Little backward. To the Grasshoppers More than the dry weather must be attributed the almost total failure of the crops Here. 9. Purple Straw Steinwedel. And velvet Pearl mostly. The Steinwedel has Given the Best result during the it two or three years owing to its being Early and Many Farmers intend sowing More of this kind this year. J. 1 county of Stanley Hundred of care. 2. 2,500 acre. 3. De not know of any. 4. From 14 to 16 bushels per acre 10,000 bags of wheat were obtained. S. Little beyond what banners required for their own use. 6. 1,000 acres. 7. From i ton to 2 tons per acre. 8. No injury. 9. Purple Straw takes the Lead 5 acres of purple Straw to 1 acre of All others put together. 1. Brentwood Hundred a Mccowie county Fern Mason. 2 about 8,000 acres. 3. Nose. 4. 9 Bushel. 5. About 400 acres. 6. About too acres. 7. 10 cwt. 8. The crops were injured by hot winds in the beginning of october. 9. Dart s Imperial purple Straw. Steinwedel and King s Early. 1. Go Der. 2. About 7,000 acres. 3. None. 4. 8 bushels. 5. About 2#� acre. 6.200. 7. 1 ton. 8. Hot weather and drying winds about 4 bushels. 9. Purple Straw Steinwedel King s Early and Early Para. 1. County of Gawler District of Grace. 2 same As last year. 3. None. 4. 14 bus Hel. 5. Same As last year. 7. 25 cwt. 8. The late sown crops suffered from not winds in october the extent of injury in Manv Case being a bag to the acre. 9. Darts purple Straw King s Early tuscan Early pan. 1. Stanley Hundred upper Wakefield three Miles radius of water Vale. 2. About 850 acres. 3. Non 4. About 15 to 17 bus hels. 5. 230 acre. 6. 230 acres. T. 28 cwt. 8. Not injured in by Way. 9. Defiance purple Straw. 1. About 100 Square Miles or about 64,000 acres the Hundred of Kadina county of Daly. 2. About 20.000 acres. 3. About 300 acres. 4. 4 bib be per acre will be the outside. 5. Probably about 5,000 acres. 6. Somewhere about 6,000. 7. From 12 to 15 cwt. Vet acre. 8. Yes no rain to Star the crops till about june 10, and again the want of rain and severe hot winds m octo Ber from 4 bushels per acre. 9. Steinwedel rattling Jack purple Straw Dart s Imperial and Early Para. The most favoured Are rattling Jack Steinwedel and purple Straw. South. L hundreds of Joyce conman Townsend Fox and Coles. County of Robe. 2. 390 acres. 3. No. 4. 10 bushels. 5. 90 acres. 6. 786 acres. 7. 15 cwt. 8. No. 9. Purple Straw and tuscan. L Hundred won Oka county Blatchford Hundred Arkana county Hanson Hun dred barn Ditota Hundred of woo Lyana Hundred wire ends Hundred Yed Nalue Hundred Moralina. Hundred Adams Hun dred Basedow and Hundred War Cowie. 2. Say about 22,000 acres. 3. About 25,000 acres. 4. Won Oka half Bushel Arkana about 12 la. Barn Ditota about Hal bus Hel woo Lyana about 20 Wir Reanda about 5 of. Yed Nalue about 2 la. To 3 la. Mora Una Adams War Cowie from 5 it. To 6 7. N4 8. Yea by locusts and rabbits considerably More ram half of the land that was sown being cleared and what the Farmers went Over in met cases was thinned very badly by the pests. In Many eases Farmers did not reap anything whatever whilst a great Many others Only reaped a few bags. There was Only about 1,000 bags of Weot sold this season and that by a very few far mers in won Oka sad barn Ditota. 9. Stein Wedel purple Straw smart s purple Straw Verret Pearl bearded varieties. Early Para. Barootes wonder Alton and Sullivan s Early Profic. Some favour one kind and some another. The Adora seems to be a coming wheat and so does smarts purple Straw but through the Casa Ahswing destroyed As they were it is a hard matter to aay which is the Best 1. About 15 Miles Square hundreds of Bremer Alexandria and Southern por Tion of Hundred of Strathalbyn county of Hindmarsh. 2. About 11,000 acres. 3. None. 4. About 11 bushels. 5. About 800 acres. 6. About 100 acres. 7. About 1j Trad. 8. Yes the dry weather i october and november caused might in the heavy crops and affected the yield from 4 to 5 bushels per acre. 4. Purple Straw Bluey King s Early Early Para and tuscan. West. L Hundred Cotton Downer Talia. Ward District of Ediston. About 12.300 Seres under crop. 2. 11,000 acres 3. 600 acres. 4. About 7 bushek&?5. 7qp acres. 6. 700 acres. 7. About 15 cwt per acre. 8. Some Cross Fli fitly injure3 by not winds others by Cater data or. Grubs and rabbits. Some few crop that were not wire Ettta were totally destroyed by rabbits and some patches by grubs. 9. Purple Straw seems to be the Best variety this sea ton. Stem Wedel was sown but was almost a failure tins season As it was shaken out by High winds just when Ripe. Marshall s no. 3 seems to be a Good wheat and Likely to be a leading wheat other varieties Are not 1. Hundred of Hawker county Jeroie. About 130 Square Miles. 2. 11,000 acres. 3. About 500 acres. 4. 3 bushels. 5. About 5 per cent of the whole. 0. About 5 per cent of the whole. 7. Half ton. 8. Yes very Mueh. Frost hot Wroda and want of rain through ate latter part of september and All october. Hard to say should think quite one Naif. 9. Be Rowedel Monarch sad other Early sri Tiei. Closed at j o clock on saturdays after new year s Day mmmmaa1kmm1mmaaaaaaaawkuua\ Tomms _ _ by bib Abii we Ihus top s Fil s to toilet pair c9 Kofl sly he 0f Nggam Bow eur Vav is. U7/,. 5 so Kitchen utensils less furnishing Arcade Hindley & Leigh streets. Z at Elt , ii i n the famous Reed Joe arms bronchitis Lurl srjk0110111 ? prepared Only Aad vol Sale and Seufal by the proprietor. V. O. Bearse. Chem act. Gee Loac. Tutor a. Snail ate a. M.3 Large la to. Sold by cd Onieu awl Mcd Lam Tendon. Forwarded by Post to any add Cai Ubea Xot Obj Labate locally. Baa test collision in the port pird3 Basin. Ketch Beatrice damaged. Port Pirie. Jannary Lull when being swung in the Basin this morning in charge of Pilot Whitmore the Steamer Knight Templar crashed into and Bader damaged the Ketch Beatrice which was lying alongside the milling company s wharf. The Steamer struck the Ketch Abaft the mainmast on the starboard aide and it is feared that her timbers have been carried away but the exact extent of the damage will not be known until a Survey has been made. Mount Gambier. Jasoary-4& five returned sailors not three As stated had a share in the reception Given by the mount Gambier people test night. They were first class . G. Morrison and w. Taylor and g. Perryman of port Modonnell. And j. Corig Hano and h. Thompson. A is of beae port Renmark january 14. Messes. R. Nuthall and f. Solly flood the first of Benmark s contribution to the South australian contingents reached Here yester Day being driven from Overland Corner by a team sent for the purpose. A Public Welcome is being organised. Riverton january 16.after the business of the meeting of the to Prooro. Masonic Lodge us Brethren sat Down to s spread to bid Farewell to the lp3l, brother Evan Thomas who is leaving for Narra Poorte. The we brother h. A. Hussy. Presided and expressed if Gie Alt losing such an Elev get Mason and townsman. He wished him Success in a future place of abode. Other diet Wren. Conveyed then regret Safe the de parture of or. Thomas. In the Lodge Bro Cher Thomas was presented with his past master s certificate framed Aad with a a Small Silver plate attached. The Beverton Institute will have an exhibition and Eon versa Ziroe Early in March and the com Mittee appointed to carry oof die same have energetically started work. Stirling Bast january 16.-on Sun Day the two year old daughter of or. Albert Nash was playing in the Garden when she fell into a waterhole opt mini m 4 it of water and was drowned. Woodside january 15. Or. Andrew Johnston one of the London directors of the South australian company who came out for the Purow of appointing a Suc Cessor to the late or. H. Y. Sparks entertained the tenants of the company living in the neighbourhood of Wood de at Tea in the Institute on monday evening. About 6n ladies and gentlemen were present a pleasant social hour was spent. Or. Johnston expressed great pleasure in meet ing so Many of the company s tenants and their wives and took the Opportunity of introducing the newly appointed manager. Or. H. P. Moore who raid it would be the pleasure of his life to remove any Barrier that might exist Between landlord and tenant All present heartily applauded the kind things said about or. A. Peachey the company s inspector. Speeches were made by messes. Al Caldwell m.p., h. Hughes and c. Dunn and the Rev. J. Thome and were interspersed with songs by messes. Johnston Thompson and utter both sad miss Redpath. The country. The commissioner of Public works at port Augusta. Port Augusta. January 15. The commissioner of Public works Hon. R. W. Foster with the Engineer a chief or. A. B. Moncrief the Resi Dent a Trineer or. To Cairn. And the manager of the Petersburg cyanide works or. O Grad inspected this morning the work done on the site for smelters. The sidings Are nearing completion and the engine for Furnace use is already in position. Workmen Are Busy preparing the Timber for the engine shed. It was arranged that the Large shed once used a the railway store and now situated on the railway embankment should be removed to the smelting works. The commissioner in the afternoon met the mayor or. T. Hewitson and town councillors in the Council room. In reply to enquiries or. Foster stated that the smelting Plant was All ready 4o be sent on to the port and he hoped that the Citi Zens would assist the government in keep ing the smelters in blast after operations were begun. Respecting the mount gun son and Tarcola railway he could assure them that so soon As developments War ranted the government would have a per. Moent Survey of the line made. Instruction had been Given Battery and cyanide Plant forwarded to tar Coola at once. A new Hospital tent had been made and or. Rutledge bad been sent to the held As doctor. Respecting the tar Coola and Western australian line the in Tention was that the railway should go through port Augusta via yorkey s Cross ing. Or. T. Young hoped that the line would be taken across the Gulf by.,4 Bridge at the Telegraph line a route much prefer Able to yorkers crossing the difference in Cost being in favour of a Bridge at the Tele graph line. Or. G. B. Bryant supported and strongly urged the route via the Tele graph line. The question of business Sites at Tarcola was also brought Forward messes. Young and Bryant urging that immediate action should be taken to give Mer chants and others sections upon which to erect their places of business. At present considerable material was lying Idle at Tarcola awaiting the decision of the department or. Harden brought Forward the question of local labour at the Smel Ter site and rates for Low Grade Ore. Or. Drys done considered that resident on ground at Tarcola should be p Ven prior rights for business site and that the Block should be sold at Tarcola. The commissioner promised that the several matters would be brought before his col leagues. The mayor thanked the commissioner. The Kai Itoda Hospital. A Panda. Jannary 16. The progressive Board of management of the Kaunda Hospital have maae further improvements. Several townsmen including members of the corporation and others. In Ine a Vuitton 01 tue Ozara visited toe institution last evening and were pleased it what they saw. Or. A. Thomson chair Man of the Board and or. James Secre tary 1 conducted the party Over the build ing. The improvements in the Ward a com. Notation since last year and the greater privacy enjoyed by the nursing staff were greatly appreciated. Or. E. Mom. Gwynn explained the appliances in the operating theatre in which is a new. Adjusting operating table which is of Metal and therefore More easily kept free from germs of Dis use than the old fashioned ones. A hand Tome Case of surgical instruments valued it �150 was examined. The principal feature of the improvement was toe Light ing arrangements. In emergency cases at night it had been found difficult even with 1 Row of lamps to pick up minute blood Rewl. But with the new licht which throws no perceptible shadows they would Nave no difficulty. The absence of beat with the acetylene Gas was favourably commented upon. Or. David James the mayor thanked the Board on behalf of the towns people for their kindness in inviting them there that night and spoke in complimentary terms of the management or. H. Jackson who has had considerable experience of Hospital work having spent seven years in the Adelaide Hospital compared the advantages of the modern Hospital with the old style and passed a Well deserved encomium in the cleanliness and Comfort of this institution. He proposed the health of messes. Urey & co. Or. Chapman in responding claimed that his firm though it did. Not actually Pioneer the movement be was the first in South Australia to instal the acetylene licht in a Church and an hotel and now the first in a Hospital. He believed it was the first lit with the Gas in Australia. The building has about 30 lights of 25 candlepower but those in the Ope rating theatre will probably be increased in intensity. During the evening or. Myles who has joined or. Glenn in succession to or. Wilson was heartily welcomed to the state he having but recently arrived from Ireland. The Telephone system Between the Hospital and the town and medical offi cers residence which has lately been inaugurated has proved a great convenience. Harvest prospects. Gal Aquil Victori Ajao majr 14.-8trippins is about Complete. The Stasola Bas been a very Cool one and the Grain is in Bearpa in really Good it then haib a % tit he Mich Lor my to clean and drive Trippen. They could not be got with wages at so to Sis. Per week. The hot weather in october and the absence of rain took a lot of the Imp which probably Voll not exceed 7 Bubels per acre Bat the Price st. 3d. It the Mast part Riye botox january 16. The Harvest is Over. A Laree Quantity of wheat is coming in. Stacks have been started at the railway station and the local Mill has a Large stack. The roofs of the whole have turned out better than this has been the Best season Here or Many years. The avenge should be about is to 17 bushels. Police court statistics. Tiffi work in.1900. The report of the Adelaide Ponce court work during 1900 has been placed before the attorney general by the police magi Strate or. J. Gordon . The return of summary jurisdiction cases is As Fol lows �., a cases Beard and 35 a determined go Sammit jurisdiction. F a-3. 5 i sols assaults common ? 10 ? 66 75 16 16 bread act ? 5 5 2 distress Lor rent ? 1 1 ? lights on to cock ? 38 38 3 trim ways act ? ? 2 corporation municipal. 1 37 38 s is firearms act ? 4 4 ? damage Rural ? 7 33 40 1 1 education ? 19 19 ? destitute persons belief act 11 17 so 3 23 distillation acts ? 13 13 ? ice brutes act ? s �14 s dogs ? 0 91 electoral act ? ? t prison act ? 1 1 ? impounding act ? 1 13 affiliation act ? 3 4 6 7 licensed vict Oallen act 21 21 2 8 cruelty to animals ? 10 10 1 unties ? 8 29 37 ? us awful earning ? 1 16 17 4 state children act ? 32 164 196 1 101 Lusters and servants act 6 31 37 11 10 marriage act ? 1 12 pawnbrokers act ? 1 1 ? police act ? 46 436 498 3 17 married women s Protection act ? .-12 9 21 10 railways ? 7 73 roads ? 1 4 5 ? fruit Protection act i 1 Marine stores act. M 16 16 s wounding a dog ? 11 ? stealing Birds ? 8 4 7 ? trades harks act ? 1 1 ? stealing growing fruit i 9. 11 1 Avgi tics 7 74 sureties of the peace. 2 6 8 ? Thistle and Burr act. 1 11 Ted Nattari ? 3 3 ? factories act ? 2 2 20 health act ? a 4 8 2 7 Width of tires act. 2 s 11 Bush fires act ? 1 1 ? total Gator repeal act. 8 3 11 drunkenness is Public places i to 1i4 15 total ? .1741173 2347 44 287 the indictable offences list shows 61 persons committed for trial on preliminary investigations including 15 for breaking and entering 10 for larceny and 8 for obtain ing Money under false pretences and 72 dismissals 38 being charges of larceny. Ten Der the Lii nor offences act 100 convictions were recorded for larceny and eight Juve Nile offenders were sent to the reformatory school and 26 whipped on similar counts. The total number of cases of indictable of fences investigated was 280, 255 being felonies and 25 misdemeanours. Distressed Farmers. Risk Imit Tiiman 18. In Benaja of toe stressed Northern far mers the energetic Secretary of the local Bureau or. H. A. Hussy Bas started a seed wheat canvass from amongst the far mers in tins District. He is asking for do nations of wheat from those who hive been much More favoured this year than then Northern Brethren and he ? meeting with Teffy fair Tuuu gov. East Adelaide Amateur swimming club. A meeting of toe ast Adelaide Amateur swimming out was held st on boys Institute Wakefield Street on wednesday evening for the purpose of Coo Siderine whether the club should be carried on or voluntarily wound up. The acting Secre tary or. J. R. Wilson said that he had a number of friends who would become members if the dub were continued. Or. Kirkham Evans pointed out that if the club were wound up he would form a body to be called the Adelaide and suburban swimming league or something similar. Races were to be held shortly by the Gle Nek club and it was necessary something definite a bold be done at the earliest pos Rible moment. Ukena therit was decided to suspend business until monday next when it was thought there would be a larger i attendance and a definite arrangement made. A stimulating cop. A Smau ipod Tatol of Cadbury s Cocoa with boil tag water or milk will make instantly a Ottmo b3ng and a stalls exp of the most Didow Ava Asble and � r irtt1f pare and Noria at Cocoa of the greatest strength and the Jay Lav but in tartly free from aay admixture Xii by the rainfall the following Are the quantities 0 rain Register i at the undermentioned stations during the seven lira ended wedge tar january 10, at 9 . Boe Laide ? 0.57 Nonnan Rille. 0.89 Brock Creek. 0.03 yank Alula. 0.73 liver Kat Crise. 0.13 Cape Jerri. 0.18 Dalr water. 0.08 Bud Unda ? 0.1 Powell s Creek. 0.07 Truro ? 0.45 port Hennein. 0.04 mount pleasant. 0.24 Crystal Brook. 0.05 blk Benr ? 0.45 fort Broughton. 0.0s Cui Eracha. 0.47 Bote. 4a lobe bal ? o. Laura ? 0.0s Ood Ide ? a-55 it Towie ? ai7 Hab Udor ? Lanka town. 0.03 Jaime. Ass Buttone ? 0.09 mount Barker. 0.72 jewel Tomb. 0.08 Beh Unaa ? a70 pc arty ? 0.10 Macc Mofleh. 0.30 Redhill ? aos Meadows ? ? Ana ask ? 0.43 Koc Dune ? to Kuhn ton ? ats to gab ? Lang Bome s Bridge 0.s7 him Folie ? 0.0s Juntang ? 0.j6hslletta6 Wallaroo ? 0.14 Bora ? 0.c8 Kattaa ? a Snow town ? Aln Tonnu. Ass Brinkworth. 0.07 Rren t thins. Ail or ? ao4 Maitland ? Ai Clare ? Ardro Aan ? All Parrill s Flat. 0.03 port Victoria. 0.1s Rintaro Central. Ail Cornn Rafca. 0.10 Kate Vale ? 0.35 Minla iou ? 0.10 Auburn ? 0.04 Stan Bury ? ail a soon ? Aio Roo a ? 0.12 Balaklava ? a.c7 Yorktown. 0.03 port Wakefield. 0.c6 edit Hunt ? ail Budt Arborth. 0.07 Fower t Abr. Act a ambry. 0.08 port Whinon. 0.� rim ton ? -. N.04 Lincoln. 0.12 Stockport ? ot7 Cowell Franklin Hamler Bridge. 0.07 Abr Bur. 0.04 Raunda ? ail Cane Annb. 0.1 2 free Lina ? o.39 Queeni Rifle. 0.07 or mock ? 0l�5 Cane whoa Char. A Stock who ? .j8 Victor Harbour. 0.1c n Uri Wolpa ? Aspi t Elliot. A48 a Pamon ? Golowa ? 0.18 Anunda. Aoi Mai Erir ? 0.b ? ai3 Kingston ? 0.3ft Ual Iala ? an Rol ? a 17 Roe worthy. 0.1 beae port a.10 Gawler. 0.07 c. Northumberland os4 Smith item ? n.04 Coon Jpn ? Osul two Wicus ? 0.c7 Border town. 0.37 a Turinia ? n.11 Wolseley ? 0.m Rau Burr ? 0.03 France ? 0.47 Ratree Gutler. 0.j4 Xarras Conorte. 0.13 Corth Adelaide. -u4 Lorndale ? a 17 Brighton ? 0.33 Penrou ? a 17 Glenelg ? to Mol cent ? 0.1a Maxim. Orfi mount Gambier. 0.43 Meeham ? o.4s Wellington. A47 oaten ? 1.05 Murray Bridge. 0.63 Craid ? Maanum. 0.34 Clamp pm ? 0. Bloc Bentown. A 13 Horbett tale. It 75 Overland Corner. 0.1 Karl Una ? my remark r. 0.10 wino Osa. Os7 Tareena . Aoi mint ? 0.36 ? for the aged. Health in a Morag and Oil is Sis glad that our blood purifying and blood forming remedy is Good for silage. It brings health to pole Sod feeble children and it relieves the debility and weakness that naturally corns to old age. Or. Lori Surg East of Grenfell new sooth Wales sends us this letter with his photograph i Hare been s terrible sufferer from rheumatism and sciatica. I Bare spent a great Deal of Money in trying to get rid of the pain Bat we boat Anil and Bare been confined to to bed for months at a Umo. I then tried aver s Sarsaparilla and began to Improto at once. After taking Only six bottles i Felt quite Well and now am Able to go about my work again. I might add i am Tenty five years of age ton Carnot enjoy Good health nil eat Yon Bav too bowels. Ayers pills . Rmssfr�7k.j.ca7crclsa1ljss�.0.s.a. Amusements. Theatre Royal. It dub two flags the Henry dramatic company have been doing Good Basinet during the week at the theatre Royal. On wednesday they presented for the first time in add Januc a anus Auzen version 01 Guiua a popular novel under two hags. There was an excellent House which included a number of the Western australian an a local troops who at the Coni Limon of the performance their appreciation 111 War whoops which arc particularly familiar to Lacrosse players in All til. State. The Aiti to of the Ihram i divided we week England and Africa Lite idea briefly set out u that an Kungli a Noble Aan takes by brother s forgery upon i in shoulders and disappears from he country to become a Corporal anon Jet the French Soldier at Algier. There he u loved by cigarette the daughter d the Ciment known of the Black Hawk. In Tulud beyond in dunce the Cor Izral Erik Shi colonel and in in Toni to Leath. Cigarette at the eleven to hour wakes a journey to the i wince of the Virand marshal obtain a on on for the lob Lyman and return with it jut in time 0 receive the Volley intended fur he Cor soral in her own body. Her Laft moment ire most pathetic and the curtain Falls on her Dath. The or ainu ent with a Fine martial swing m wednesday evening and quite caught he spirit of the hour i was elaborately noun cd and the i Turrou rowing with uie us of the French uni Fonn were genre Illy Putur Ciuc a hit the tint Poilu of the Story wore Pra Cutcli in i Uch a Way that they were easily re o . Jhc i har Avtar by who Chi Oudin s work i Wrt Rcpt in mind is that 01 cigarette the pert Pel of the regiment who talk of my Irmy and my soldiers As a Queen Ifould. Lix was in the of Pabio land of his Zillic Howard who has made u a ill study of the part and generally gave in acceptable idea of in requirement. L he death scene in Nhi Ili she 1 the ten trial Ligure was a particularly Impre civic put sap. Mim Loloi Ranic Sang Zijic boys that do the fighting Riib much i uoi.-. Bertie Cecil a Nobleman a Imi Termi Natch by or. Ltd Bart la Carto looked ver Inch a Nemier and we gave a vigor jus account of himself through All the try ing ordeals. I Dora firey a an attract live Venetia. The Emma Ham by humor jus Panges and in these or. A. 1. C Rmer As Rake or. Milton Moas 4 in Kwh Money Lender and i Nora me Here been to every adva Nuge. Or. Cremor Ilso contributed a vocal number. Or. V. W. Meade had an excellent idea of col. In Atturo s Stern and jealous nature and the other members of the company Cave the principals excellent support. In Der two few will Cive place on Friday night to Shamus o Brien a void theatre. Thu or Enid will last appear Ince in Adelaide of the quartet it Oon rforme3 messes. William Mcciain Sharks w. Walker. Madame Cordelia Ami miss Ida May whose inimitable cake walk has been one of the feature of the entertainment at the Tivoli. On saturday even ing messes. Pope and Sayle. The a Komic Kolo red Koons will make their reappear Ance. These a tuts have been pc Lonning at the Bijou theatre. Melbourne since their departure from Adelaide. Their re appearance should be welcomed by their numerous friends. Mus Sufie i. Anderson the Black Melba will also perform on saturday evening. Cremorie gardens. The Cremone Garden were Well patronised on wednesday evening when the minstrel and specially company submitted a variety programme entitled hitch life in a Siauma. In me no pan songs were contributed by me trs. A. But by Fred i surtout Arthur a ureter and George Gardiner and Mina Floreuce i Ester Ada Cook and Kattic Porter. Or. Archie Carline contributed a Ebar Acter sketch and Mas l. Venetia doomed a High land Fline. A song followed in a cake walk Wax rendered by messes. Woodward and Melvin. In the second part a number of humorous items were introduced by mess. F. Burton Alf. , g. Gardiner. T. Wishart Tom co Grorud w. B. Warner. The Vennic Sisters Saap boys of the Empire and concluded with a dance and or. Arthur Hunter and mis f. Lester were heard in vocal number. Miss Ada Cook gave a second exhibition of her Power a a vocalist and Danseuse and or. Archie car Lisle Prem Ted an Caber character a Kelli. The final item a sensational spectacular tableau depicting a War incident was car ried out by several mounted men in Khaki who won loud plaudits. Royal waxworks. A continuity of crowded Noune Bas been the Rule during the week at the waxworks. The criminal chamber with the deeming tragedy the Gratton mystery and the Viney horror attract the morbidly inclined. There Are excellent models of members of the English and German Royal families. The South african celebrities lord Kitchener Baden Powell Cecil Rhode Paul Kruger and others. The Novelty from the Paris exhibition the human picture gallery and the giant talking phone with its unique record from the old world form a varied and interesting entertainment. ? the Law courts. Cot not of i solve or. Adox Aldo tuesday january is at 10 .- final hearing. Dicandio Giacomo. Jonn crr of port Adelaide Fisherman. Adjourned final hear . Alfred Charles Yeser. Formerly of fort Ade Laide Butcher Frederick John re Sger Fona Frlj of Adelaide broker. Port Analaide wed Agar. Jaa Narr is. Before or. W. Joa Tutone us Henry Spink was fined �1 fur harms used in Lecent language. Glenelg Friday. January 16. Befort if a. Ii. D. Cell and c. K. Soward Toui Aji footer. Bichard Pope and George Landon to Ulm. Of Clendy were charged in the into Madon Elmr. E. A Buusson on Beau of the Adelaide nov club with Bavin wilfully damaged a Bui Diac known a the nil Bouse to the extent of �5. Hubert Bickford aured Brown. James Mcmanus and Chicks Hooper were charted with aiding and abetting in the same offence air. J. R. Baker appeared for the informant or. H. To tar icy represented Brown Mcmanus and Bickford and or. 8. J. Mitchell appeared for Hooper. The court sat in the Romlne. And after the credence of the prosecutor was taken was adjourned till 7 in the or Colne. At that hour the court aae inbred hit Council chamber of the town Hall there were about 9 0 Spectator present. The Only wit. Nee called for the prosecution a Albert Kuehl who stated that be a with All the defendant on january 1 Between is and 1 am. Footer went on to the roof of the Golf i Juse and Landon handed him a pot of tar. Footer with the assistance of Pope smeared the roof and aide of to Roh Boose with tar and wrote the words Goat club Palace Landon upset Home tar on tie Rock. On being asked what inducement was held out to him to turn Queen evidence of h s pah witness stated that be eve the informal on accidentally Alt ouch be bad Beard that there a a t1 Reward offered. Messes. Valley and Mitchell contended that there was so evidence against their cheap a Ibe witness was an accomplice and there a no corroborative Evi Dence. The Bench held the same View and i barged Bickford Brown my Matin. And Hooper. Footer. Pope and Landon who pleaded Gusty were fined �3 7s. Id. Each or Days Impre on Nunt before the court Rose we mini pickup on bring requested by senior Costable dry idea. To. Remove his Bat refused to do so Aad aasved that the court was no court As it was the Towa Hall and the property of the ratepayer. The beam having ordered pickup to be 01 ought before them charged him with contempt of court and care him the porn Noty of unconditionally Anol Nix in a or bems committed. The offender by ably pc lofted. And withdrew the word used. Post Petrie. January 14.-Betore or. J. P. Stow. Sol Baba re Korn was charged with Barine made a disturbance in Ellen Street Aad broken a number of pane of Glass in or. Dodd s Sno i. He relisted Corporal Freeman who arrested him. I Ewa fined 5. For drunkenness. And 17. 6d. Damace to the shop window �3 for react aug the police sad a for Unsiog indecent log Psge to a. 6d. In a. The . Said that in future m Saca eases of a docent Une face he would order without the option of a Fine. The Kansas fire brigade reputed to be the fastest in the world secured the Ami Lenge cup at the Paris exhibition. Be team Gate some Fine displays at the Crystal Palace. At the Competition in Paris the team turned oat ran a Quarter of a mile u t building let ont 350 it of Hose threw a Stream of water on the imaginary fire Aad then the men sealed from window to win Low to the seventh Storey and rescued Tores people the whole performance of copying less than 4 rain. In England the Law looks upon every of Over the age of seven As a responsible being and every child beyond that age Era be prosecuted As a criminal. The same age is accepted in Russia and Portugal. In France and Belgium the Ace is eight in Italy and Spain it is nine Norway Greece. Austria Denmark and Holland decline to prosecute a child under ten and this is the Rule Abs in some of the Swiss cantons. In Germany the limit of responsibility is fixed at 12. Magistrates carts. Sti Nung West january h. Feiore Litsas d. Maclachlan and w. In Mill vol a Rederick Johmson. Tor having driven furiously was fined �1. And costs 1s. He was Abo charged with a Purtty in a Bone to Ove Drivins Aad working the animal with my Snow liners and Back. Fined Al co cats. Adelaide wednesday january 16. Let tote he Uoo or or. Justice Bundey to Ifil from the l ulke court. Ade tue. ? docs v. . Uii Tell for the App Lant and the a own Bol Kilor tit. J. 3l Susan , Lor the respondent. Tab was an Appeal against the Dedsion of uie a Zutrau in the Roike Luyun Aucta Rac by nun uie Appellant was Mulc Ted in a one of a Chirac of Haikins collected a Marine dealer without a Lii acc. The Cro a Soli Cirlor mentioned that he had looked into the Facia of the vase and could nut sustain the conviction. Lie had arranged with or. A Ittel that the Cue Richion should be Quadd with three Guinett Cost. There jul a Cubi Cuil in Fri to inasmuch a the polite had not taken proper acus to forfeit the Kente wore charging the Appe Taat with bans uni cml d. The to Novi Chiun Uji quashed Aid tub Apai up held with three guineas Cru. Appeal flow 1 live court Gawker. 8utuw v. J. A. . J. K. An Detky fur a it Lunt and or. A. A. I Iier with or fax lot the Mph naval. The Cue uru jul of Etc action of the the Lei Luoi a the Ouirl below in placing Iwu a Cults belonging to tin Plain life in rot pet to a Leith there Lud ii Soarf been some tenancy acc Mem out Orbis by open and on the aide of tin a two Toee to the Puri ult ? Kau after Bavins informed tie Ija Intia that Bias Guing to do i. 11k it Bickra Cre pm Ned us the tide of the Road in Broad Anayi igbo but awing to a private quarrel ill when the a Ruc the Orno a Crim Dlo Lake charge of thew. Dorc this be had. Been Nivea notice to remove Ibe Vehida but a bad rom and to do so. The cution. A Iai Utu led by Ibe owner of the Venic Bat in on for leaving ill veluches Lucr Oun act Wun oat ? Light. Liu Honor said it a Tai card thai to ?. Tisi Utts of the Gnu Tinl la bad been Attim item to tie or ought to Brar upon what was a Cyril ditto in Belwyn the Mariie. Air. I incr can under thai or. Sutlon had taken the Aliou be had purely in re Venge. Or. Aih Kern in the Odence had been clearly proved and that 4 cd Ovirta enold have Mircu made. Ali Uoo or sail it was pretty Plain Bat the proceed into Bud born taken in gratify personal re Venge. Bearse of Lite vehicle awl lie had refund to do to and Ibe Man who him cd was Fri Minally liable had put Lite criminal Law in process a avast the defendant. It a a Ini Kipeni Turpu it was not for him to by we Cicur Licie bad been any trifling , fur the justices bad it in Ibar i Ower under the justices rom cure act to Dis Misa the Insom Taxon. And try bad do mind a and Virv prop cily in by opinion. It would be Iafa Brablc if the criminal Law were put into action awl made Ibe Means of inflicting a penalty a such circuit ounces As the present. The action a certainly one that should Hare been tried in a a Ril Coon. The Appeal was dismissed with �7 7s. Com. Action for wrongful dismiss a. Fen won v. . J. C. Lamp for the plaintiff and sir Josiah so thou . Lor the is and ant. The Plains claimed c30. Tamaam Lor unlawful Visnu Natl. James s. Ferguson said that be met or. Basse in London a after several interviews an a Reemt no produced was Cnoc red into. Sir Joshua ii Mon objected to the Dommet being put in on the ground that it did not comply with the or onions of Section 18 of the sumo act. Or. Mainii said that the Ori Iaal had been in Esq Gnu Uta was am n Coon. ? the Case was adjourned until next court Day. I before his Honor or. J. U. By Asdur 8.m and i mean. I. A. Wilts Mure and a. Webon i Cut items life Amun nce company. Ufa de. V. I Lilann. Verdict for to Skodon of a Boose and Juds i rent for �9 2. Do. Arrears of rent. I mrs. K. A Nunoo r. Llo Wood a cd Chim to .1 �19 10. For breach of acres men with Rospert to i Ibe lease of the Adelaide steam laundry. Or. P. 1 Mcm. Olynn for Paintiff and or. T. W. Flam i ing for defendant who pleaded that be bad not. I withdrawn from Ibe contract. The Coon sex i preyed the opinion that quiere was no doubt that i there had been a with Dawal on the part of the i defendant Torre bad been a letting of the pre i mites on Chmile terms fluid Between the parties. ? and by defend int s withdrawal from that contract. ? the plaintiff bad suffered Daman and been put to i inconvenience and this the court a nosed at �90. I there would be Jode ment for the plaintiff for that i amount i police courts. Adelaide wednesday january 16. Before mews. J. Gordon. and j. Hilditch Laurence ainu rate was Sci Saccu 10 two Maui imprisonment Lor Nav assaulted a Blind Man. Named Juis von Wirdel Munth was ate fined a for Baring assaulted William Wilson and was ordered to find two sureties of a a each to keep the peace Lor is month. John Joce was st it med to 14 Days imprison ment for the larceny of a Roc valued at. Of. From the be lord hotel. Bridget Prentice admitted Narimo stolen a pail of foes valued at a lid., the property of or. J. T. Fitch. She was sentenced to ate months in Risotti nent

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