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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MIgCELLASEOC'S. TLe reStmef«f tbe ie*i psrceie r-f r» tcid \-y the Mtt-pewrC- C-cppei1 and Silver Mma? Ccx^.paEy to tbe B. & A. Co^psi Gcaspany are as ffcl!ow6:— Lot 3fl, 25 tent*? owl., assay- 4+J per ceiit jcoppei ; lot 31, 19 tens 15 cwt-, 2SJ Co.; lot 32, 20 tone 3 cwt, 28 do. This wUt give a net return cf a little over £1,208 Tos coiEpany h&ve nearly 200 tons more tha Fort being sampled and assayed, and fcr vhish they will shortly receive a settlement. The secretary of the Albion Tin Mtomg CooipaBy etatee that a wire hae beep received from the manager of tbe tin-dressing plant, WauhaToo. ae follows :— ' DreBsed 28 tons 1? cwt. of Albion ore; result, 30 cwt, of oxsde.' Meesrs. F. A. Enssell and C. Angel ha*e just returned Ircm a visit to the new silver find »ear Coekbsirn, Tee diECorery ie situated on the Setthe run, 18 miie* to tbe east of south of CockSnjrn. Eight bags of staff etc taiaing h&if » tots have been trusted at the Port Adelaide SmsHing W-tfr...

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THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE UUITJED STATES AND CANADA. 1 ?., nfrom. our own OoRescondenl.] Londdst, March 13. The rejection by the Canadian Hoose of Commons of .the measure vesting In the Government the power to conclude treaties with foreign .States independently of Great Britain, has given umbrage to the party of American politicians desirous of securing a direct union with Canada. Senator Sherman, the leading exponent of this policy, has. Introduced in the ' Senate a proposal i;o retaliate by abolish ? ing the Btaiidlng.jDomTnitteefDr cpntroTllng , regulations wfth' Oanadia. The proposal '.\ . . was negatived. Mfc Sherman, in the' :'?' course of the debate,, said; it would bo . impossible for^He United. State* and Canada to remain on peapsfcl terms while separate. -,-???

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MAKAGERS' KEPOB-TS. {To ensure the insertion of reports, which should be britf and pointed, the copy should be legioly written on one tide of the paper only, and bsa'tne signature cf the mining manager or secretary of tbe company. Letterpress copy cannot beaccepted-] _ WestMctooroo O.H. Co.— 'Have driven 6 feet since in; last. A little quartzite Is snowing in tbe end, but do not think- we are Into the banging wall yet. The ground we are driving throngh shows mundicand yellow and purple ok.' G&eat Comstock S.M. Co., Iffarcb 9.— 'Sunk for week 4 feet ; total depth of shaft, 117. No change to report.' Bousd Hill S.M. Co., March 9.— ''Closgh'g ebatt suck 7 feet ; total. 253.' JlnseABY G.H. Co., March 9.— 'Sunk 5 'feet ; total, 1S6 ttec Branch of qnattz is still making down in Lar.ging-wall about 6 inches wide containing little gold. As instructed made start to raise stone tor trial crushing, and engaged two good miners, as it is all biastirjg ground. Taken out about 7 tons of or...

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THE FUTURE OF FRANCE. LONDON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE FUTDPvE OF FRANCE. I Frost our own OorreaDoaSent,] Losdos. March 12. Fx.. President Grery, in an interview with the representative of a Parisian journal, stated that he viewed the future with despondency. The Re public, he feared, was breaking up be tween Boulanglsm and Orleanlam, which between them, as the recent elections etowed, commanded the sympathies of the majority of Parisians.

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"GOOD MERCHANTABLE COPPER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

' GjQ££D. MERCHANTABLE COFFEE. ' We take tbe following fnva tte linden Mixing Journal ol February 2 :-Ot the promt best crests which etaod oat to mark tbe vicissitudes of tbe copper market daring its control by the French financiers, tbe estab lishment under tbe aothoiity of the Metal Exchange here of the 'J' contract of the 1st Acgaefclast for 'good merchantable copper' betokens a departure mriqufl in tbe history of the trade. It is Dot out intention to disease the necessity for easts Bach form of contract tinder the anomalous condition of the market bronchi about at that time by tbe ' oornering' of Chili bar capper, then tteosiymediumof speculation, Although the- contract has fulfilled its mission of crippling the monopoly io one particular brand, and of removing the consequent re striction of speculative operations, yet it Bi-t-t be apparent that its introduction haa tr.iupht with it certain anomalies, which, si* lidv.th minor in degree and perhaps latent fi r the nroH3*'nt, cann...

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THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TB0E COPPER MARKET. [From our own Correspondent,! iLoNBOJt, March 12. The quotation for copper, which on Saturday was £55, 1b now £53. The market, however, la rallying, financiers ; having successfully interposed to rescue the syndicate. The '''*» under the control of the syndicate -will suspend their output for two months. It Is expected that arrangements will be. made by which the future minimum price will be £G7. ~Jdl A farther rise is reported In the copper market, which Is rallying from the recent depression. The quotation for copper has risen from £53to£57. London, March 13. The mines controlled by the French, copper syndicate will probably, ib Is stated, be suspended for four months, and not merely for two as previously reported. ?

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MEETISGS. In eowpliaBce with a requisition a meeting . di shareholders of the Silver Rsck Silver Mining Company was held at the Y.M.C.A. beard- room on Friday, March S. Hhete was a large attendance, presided over by Mr, It. Coien,1 M.F., who read- reports on the mine from Meters. Threadgold, S Deed, and W. - Bocke. In these it was stated that a meeting had been held at Umbernmberka of -local shareholders, at which it was decided that it would be -better to obtain a suspension order . „ Tather tins wind tip .the company, as ft- was ronrirlflrwl that the show at the mine was better than it had ever been. The reports were of a very favorable deesription. _ The Chairman said that although those on the' field bad a favorable opinion of the mine they had to conader where they had to obtain the fande to carry out the necessary works. They only had a balance in hand of £138 12a. 7-1. , and the report of Mr. Roberts, was to the effect that little or nothing could be done at the mine without ...

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THE FRENCH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. LONDON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE FREECH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. {From oar own Correspondent,] London, March 12. The French Government have sup pressed the Patriotic League, which was formed to foment the agitation for a war of revenge, againet Germany, and which, In pursuance of its. policy of advocating the maintenance of friendly relations frith RoBBla, condemned the French Govern ment for interfering with Russian designs in the Bed Sea. The Chamber of Deputies have ap proved of the coarse taken by the Go vernment, and hare directed the prosecu tion of several deputies who are accused of covertly aiding the league. Suspicion attaches to General Boulanger, and it is expected that he wifl be included among3t the persons arraigned.

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THE MOUNT LOFTY PARK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE MOUNT LOFTY PARK MINE. « ' , Tbe following report has been forwarded to . tbe Commissioner of Crown Lands by the Ia- ; spector of Mines on the Mount Lafty Park mine : — ? 'On the 12th inst. I made an examina tion of the property known as the . Mount Lofty Park, situated in the . hun dred of Onkaparingft, section No, - 840. and now respectfully submit the following re- ' port : — The workings consist of a drive on the course of the lode about 25 feet, from this a winze haB been sunk 24 feet. At 18 feet driving was again started east and west. The west drive is in 11 feet, and a solid lode of cubical galena 2J feet thick is exposed, Tha ?'?? east drive is about 20 feet, but the lode b not so large in me pacK ; in xne Doctom, nowevar, - it is much similar to the west portion. The average of lode in the east is about 15 inches throughout. In both ends of the winze the ore is showing for the full depth. The lads formation is composed of cubical galena and argillaceous gossan. The cou...

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THE MOUNT TORRENS MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE MOUNT TORRENS MINE. At the request of the Mount Torrens Mining Company the Inspector of Mines visited their . propttty and furnished the subjoined report, In view of the favorable nature of the report the Government have approved of the payment of the subsidy of £500 to the company on the usual conditions. The report is as follows : — 'TheMountTorrensGold Mining Oompanyis situated about two and a half miles from Blum berg and is in the hundred of Talunga, It was wonted as an airavuu ciaim some years ago under tbe name of the Criterion and good patches of heavy gold were obtained. The present company now bold the ground under a lease of 25 yearn, of which one year has elapsed. The sinking of the vertical shaft it the only work progressing ; it ia down 128 feet, and the reef should be struck at 145 feet ; it is intended to continue the ehaft and open out and drive on the tsef at 145 feet. The course of the reef is east and weBt, with a dip. to tthe north at an angle of 1 foot in 4...

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THE SHANNON MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE SHANNON MINE. The following report on he Shannon mine in the hundred of North Rhine, has .been re ceived by the Commissioner of Crown Lands, from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Rose warne):— 'A shaft has been soak 103 feet. It ib well timbered and of good size. From the bottom there is a drive 40 feet long and drives reaching from the east and west. The nearest one to the shaft is in east 45 feet, and there are two west, one 17 feet and the other 14 feet. The whole workings are in soft de- ' composed strata, with small branches of oxide of iron. There are walls in the end of the crosscuts which are much harder, but Z saw . nothing to induce any further work. Three assays taken from these workings showed them to be valueless. Why so much money was expended at this point with so little pro spects I am at a loss to understand. Other parts of the property show strong well-defined iron outcrops, and I followed some for fully \\ miles, and if any more expenditure was intended the i...

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KEYNETON KING MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

KEYNETON KING MINE. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. J. - CcleB) has received the following report ori-the 'Keyneton King' property from Mr. D. D. KoEewarne. the Inspector of Mines:— 'My first visit to the property was on the 19th ult., but having to pay a visit to adjacent proper ties this report haB been deferred until after my second inspection, which was made en the 8th inst., which I now respectfully submit. There are two distinct ironstone outcrops on the claim, and several openings have been made. The formations are composed of manganic iron, silica, and eatena, with pockets of a kindly gossan. On my first visit a shaft waa sunk about 6 feet on the underlay, and there was about 5 feet of ironstone formation with galena on both walla. About 500 cwt. of galena bad been picked out, whilst the smalls contained equally aa much, which could easily be separated by a hand jigger. Samples that I took were assayed by Mr. Goyder, and yielded the following re eultB :— Galena from fo...

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THE LAURA RACES. [By Telegraph.] Laura, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE LAURA RACES. fBy Telegraph.] Laura. March 13. '55 Kottiu&t;on8 for the Laura Jockey Club's race meeting were received at Britten's Hotel on Monday as follows : — Lauba Handicap. — Arrow, Lightning, Mystery, Ivanhoe, buttercup, Freedom, Skir m»tber, Scandinavian, jSoi Maoh, ^Joskin, fcsrtwlle. ? flgr*~^ Handicap Hurdles. — Nellie, Kevel, Giaas iopper, Thunder, Silvia, Zocke, Tanorad. Iltiso Handicap. — lightning, Adelaide, Lerscre, Buttercup, Freedom, Sensation, Scan dinavian, Not Mnch, JoBkiD, Barbelle, Melody. tZZS A good meeting is confidently expected.'!1^

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANKERS AND FALLMONGERS' GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TAHKZ8S AS» FBIjLMOKGBSfl' 0OODB. Bones, £S is. ; hoofs and knuckles, £3 ; shank boneB. Irom £6 to £9 158. ; bides, best heavies, in clean condition, Sd , medium 3d. to 3£d., light Sd. to Sid.; horns, up to 28b. ; calfskins. 4d. to Sd. per lb.; kangaroo skins, le. 6d. to 2s. 6d. per Ib. ; pelts, lB.Sd. to 3s. 6d.— March 14.

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BOOLEROO CENTRE RACES. [By Telegraph.] Booleroo Centre, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

BOOLEROO CENTRE RACES, [By Telecraph.1 Booleroo Centre. March 13. The Booleroo Centre raoeB were held yester day. The following were the results :— MAIDENS, Charity ? ... 1 The Nun ? 2 HCKDLES. Tancred ? 1 Forrester ? 2 BOOLEEOO CESTHE HANDICAP. Ivanhoe ? 1 Speculation ? 2 This nee was won by a neck. TOTALIZATOR HANDICAP. Simpleton ? 1 Barbelle ? ... 2 Won by a bead. TEOT. Faithful Bey ? 1 FLYING HANDICAP. Simpleton ? '.. ... 1 'r BarbeUe ? . ... 2 A fgleodid EnicD. PONT KACE. JEIoudin ? % 1 Midge ? ... 2 Tfcie waa a good race HACKS, ElaekBoy ? '. ? l Bsgot ? ..v ? 2

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RETAIL PRICES. MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

RETAIL PRICES. MHAT. Bee!, 4d. to Sd. perlb.; mutton, '/4a. 10 oa. per id. ; pork, 4d. to 8d. per lb.; veal, 4d. to 8d. per Ib.; beef Bausages, id. per lb.; pork do.. 8d. per Ib.; lamb 2s. ed. torequatter, Ss. 6d. bindquarter.— March 14. DAIRY PRODUCT. Butter, Is. id. to Ib. 8a. per Ib. ; eggs. la. 4d. to la. ed.; bacon. J&. per Ib.; lard, IOd. to.lfl. per Ib.; cheese, Is. to Is. Id. per lb.— March 14. FECIT ASD VEGKTABLB8. Beet, 4d. per bunch ; oarrots, 2Jd. pei bunch; cabbages, 4d.,each ; celery, 6d. per head ; cress, Id. per bunch; Ieebe, id. per bunch; lettuce, l*a. each ; onionB, 8d. per lb. ; parsley. Id. per bunch ; parsnips, 2Jd. per bunch; peas, Is. 6d, per peck; wseet melons, 2d. per lb. ; water melons, Id. per lb. ; ptae-applee, la. each ; fpotatoes, 2d. per Ib.; radishes, Id. per bunch ; turnips, 8d. per bunch ; swede turnips, 2Jd. per bunch; abaonda, 9d. per lb.; cooking apples, Sd. to 6d. per lb. ; eating apples, 4d. per lb. ; quinces, 3d. per lb. ; Barcelona n...

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NORTH-WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

NORTH-WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BACSS. Tbe following weights for the races to be held at Port Pirie on March 27 have been issued by Mr. Hy. Hughes (with the exception of the Trot, for which Mr. H. C. Warren was handicapper) : — HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. st Ib. I st. Ib. Speculation _ 11 10 J Nellie _ _ 9 5 Jeny Sneak .,10 9 , Fairy _ _ 9 0 Kevel _ _ 9 101 NORTH-WESTERS HANDICAP. One and a half miles. Micawbet „ „ 9 12 Joskin _ „ S 3 Myetery _ -.9 8 Simpleton _ _ 8 2 Ivauhoe _ ..0 6 Lightning _ _ 8 0 Arrow _ _ 9 0 Barbelle _ _ 7 7 Setator .. _ 8 12 Buttercup .. _ 7 7 Speculation .. 8 10 P1REB BAKDICAP. Three-quarters of a mile. Ivanhoe _ .. 9 10 Lord of Clyde _ 8 0 Arrow „ _ 9 7 Scandinavian _ 8 0 Senator _ - 9 3 Barbelle _ „ 7 12 Lenore _ _ S 12 Buttercup _ „ 7 10 Joskin _ -87 Melody _ _ 7 7 Simpleton - _ 8 5 Midnight _ _ 7 7 Lightning .. _ S 3 HANDICAP TROT. Three miles. Wh&Iebone — . . — 370 yards behind scratch Glory _ — - -260 do. Bob _ — — — 260 do. Lucy _ — _ 200 do G...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

BUILDING MATERIALS. I RETAIL PRICES IN ADEliArDE.' Bed deals, 11 x 3, 8d. to 9d. ; 9 x 3, 64. to'7d. ; 9x4, fcjd. to 10d.; 7 x 2J, 4d. to Sd.; 7 x 3, Sd. to 6d.; Easing, 4s. per 1C0 euper, or deep out flooring, 6 x 1J, 14s. to 15s.; 6 x.l, 13s. to 14s. ; id., fiat cut Id. per loot Tongued and grooved I 9 1, lie. 6d. to 12s. 6d. : 6 x J, 9B. 6d, to 10s. 6d. per 100 feet. Katchboards.— 6 x S, 8s. to 9s.; 6 x J, 7e -6d. to 8s. -3d. per 100 feet. Balk timber, Oregon, 2s. 6d. toSs.; pitch pine, 28. IOd. to 3s. 3d. ; red rum or jarrah, 20s. to 308. per 100 feet super. Singapore cedar, 3Jd. to Bd. per foot super. Sydney cedar, Sd. to Is. per foot super. V.D.L. strlngybark, 14b to 17s. 6a. per 100 feet super. Eobart palings, 6 feet 17s. to iOs., 6 feet 21s. to 24s. per 100; Launcestcn palings, 6 feet 22s. to 25b., 6 feet 26s to 2Ss. per 100. Bedgnm posts, £8 15s. to £10 per 100 ; jarrah poets, £7 10s. to £9 per 100. Colonial split laths, 3 feet 14s. to 15s., 3£ feet 16s. to 17b. per 1,000 ;...

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JAMESTOWN RACES. [By Telegraph.] Jamestown, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

JAMEaTOWN RICES. [By IVlecraph.) Jamestown, March 11, The following: nominations have been received for the Jamestown races to be held March 29 -~— HANDICAP. Mr. E. Cock's Mack, Mr. J. Thyer'a Vixen. Mr. G. Chatfield's Arrow. Messrs Oke Brothers' Mystery. Messrs. Oke Brothers' Senator. Mr. S. Ferry's Speculation. Mr. S. Ferry's Simpleton. Messrs. Cleary & Warroll's Micawber, Mr. John Constable's Joskin. Mr. W. Jones's Freedom. HURDLES. Mr. G. Chatfield's Nellie. Mr. W. E. Sandland's Foet. Mr, S. Ferry's Speculation. Mr. S. Ferry's Simpleton. Mr. J. Constable's Jerry Sneak. Mr. A. W. Carlier's Faithful Boy, STEEPLECHASE, Mr. G. Chatfield's Nellie. Mr. R. E. Hope's IiisnaTane. Mr. S. Ferry's Sweep. Mr, J. Constable's Jerry Sneak. Mr. F. C. Harslett's Tancred. ?

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Correspondence. (For other Correspondence see page 5.) ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND ACT. TO THE EDitor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

©otr^trafttnc^ (For other Correspondence ste page o.) ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND ACT. TO THE EDITOB. Sir — A considerable amount of surprise and annoyance has been caused to the selectors in tbe north by tbe illiberal construction placed by tbe Commissioner .of Crown Lands on clause 41 of tbe new Land Act, and the manner ia which he intends administering it. The depu tation, consisting of several members of the Land Commission and members of Parliament, tbat waited on the Commissioner in regard to the matter were certainly treated with scant courtesy, and the illustrations brought forward by the Commissioner to strengthen his position wpTfi vmb inripfirl. He mentioned one or two cases wbere selectors had paid certain instal ments and subsequently became insolvent, and he seems afraid of tbe present holders reaping tbe benefit of those instalments, bat my im pression is that where the land is so poor as to cause the original selector to seek the protec tion of the Insolvent Court the...

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