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THE UNIVERSITY BOAT-RACE. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE iFeoni car own Oar feapondaai. I London, March oL. TLe Oxford and Cambridge boatrasa was rowed yesterday on the Thames, and resulted in a victory for the Cambridge team. The latter won the toes, and took the Surrey sice. They led from the Btart to the finish, and wou easily by three lergi-fca. 1 he time occupied was 20 tn!a. 14 eec. ? __^_^_

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THE SAMOAN DISASTER London, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE SAMOAN DISASTER s ? ♦ [From our own Correspondent.] London, April 2. The Queen has sent from Biarritz a message of condolence to President Harri son on the loss sustained hi the destruc tion of three vessels belonging to the American squadron hi the late gale at Samoa. Her Majesty entreats that an expression of her sympathy may be com municated to the families of the drowned. The American and German Govern ments have each dispatched three warships to Samoa to supply the places of thcee lost in the kte gale. The German press, commenting on the Samoan disaster, urge that with a view of preventing a repetition of the catastrophe Sydney instead of Samoa should be adopted as a naval depot by the fleets of the nations concerned,

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THE BRITISH NAVY. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE BRITISH NAVY. {From our own Correspondent. 1 London, April 2. ?The .Bill embodying the proposals of the Government in the direction of strengthening the defences, by the expen diture of £21,500,000 on the construction of 70 new ehipa, has passed its first stage in the House of Commons. Lord George Hamilton, the First Lord of the Admiralty, stated that he had been' Instructed by experts that the Admiralty scheme would render the navy by 1894 equal to the two largest in the world. '

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CHINESE IN NORTHERN TERRITORY. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

CHINESE IN NORTHERN TERRITORY. ? « [From our own Correspondent.] London, March 29. The annual meeting of the North Aus tralian Mining Company, formed some time ago to work properties In the Northern Territory, was held yesterday. The directors submitted a report, which showed that no profit had been made. The circumstance was attributed chiefly to the heavy cost of labor, and a suggestion was made for the employment of Chinese. The proposal was favorably received, and a resolution was passed in favor of antici pating legislation in South Australia on the subject, and employing Chinese In large numbers without delay.

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COMMERCIAL LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COMMERCIAL [From our own Correspondent, 1 London, April is. The wheat market is flat. Off-coast cargoes (Australian) are still quoted at 36s. Cd. to 37s. Australian flour in store remains at 29s. Cd. to 30a. The stocks of Australian frozen meat are low. New Zealand prime selected mutton Is lower, at 4 Ad. ner 1b. The tin market Is firm, and best Aus tralian has advanced and is now quoted at £95 10s. to £96. Galvanized iron (Lysaght's Orb brand) is unchanged, at £17. Bar silver 1b quoted at 3s. 6 3-lCd. Copper Is firm. The market for Australian leather is unchanged at 9d. to 9|d.

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THE PARNELL COMMISSION. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE PARNELL. COMMIS SION. [From out own Correspondent,] London. April z. The judicial commission which is en quiring into the charges brought by the Times against the Parnellltes resumed its sittings to day, when Sir Charles Russell, Q.C., M.P., opened the defence. The learned gentleman, in an ex haustive and powerful address, which is not yet concluded, said that the collapse of that portion of the case which had reference to the letters had paralysed the enquiry as a whole. The letters formed the sole foundation for the Times1 calumnies, and with re ference to those it had been shown that the proprietors had absolutely no ground to stand upon. Sir Charles Russell then proceeded to discuss the charges independently of the letters, and characterised much of the evidence adduced by the Times' witnesses, cumbering over 300, as irrelevant. The Liberal party had been condemned for identifying themselves with the Par nellite cause. The truth was, said Sir Charles Russell, thab the Conser...

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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. TUESDAY, APRIL 3. [Before his Honor the Chief Justice.] MARTIN V MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Sato Courts - SUPREME COURT— IN BANCO. Tchspat, Apbcl 3. ? ? ? [Before bis Honor ths Chief .Justice.J MARTIN V. MiSTIN'. . Mr. S. O. Tclley for the appellant, who applied to have the motion for dissolution of n-atriage made absolute. Aa affidavit of search was put in. There waa no appearance of the re?poi-dent, and 50 intervention. The decree was mada absolute. ; IN RK \T E. &DCOCK. Tbia waa an application for the return of tne evidence and pioceedioga to the Insolvency Court. &5r. K V. Neabit explained that the question bad ari«en as to whether tha Insol vency Couit could proceed with tha eximiation while the proceedings in the case ware out of ita control. .. . Mr. J. EL Symon did not object u tne papers were returned to the Supreme Court a day be fore they were required. Order made. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION'. Mr. Gepp, on behalf of Michael Ro3« Flem ing, applied for letters of administration in regard to the goods of Edwin Tobin, deceased. Application granted. D0...

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A NEW FRAUD. Melbourne, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

A NEW FIUTTD. Melbourne. Am-H 3. A new s v stem of fraud has been discovered in the Railway Depart ment. A booking clerk named James Elliott has been dismissed for altering the requisition forms for tickets from mem bers of boards of advice travelling on reoul&ltion single tickets. Elliott added the words in many Instances ' and re turn,'' and as only the single ticket) was issued, by some means he managed to appropriate the balance. T-'e Lav De partment took the matter in .hand, with the result that Elliott has be?n arrested for forgery.

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HEAVY GALES IN THE PACIFIC. MUCH DAMAGE DONE. Auckland, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

HEAVY GALES IN THE PACIFIC. MUCH DAMAGE DONE. Ancklana, April 3. The steamer Richmond, which arrived yesterday from the Pacific islands, brought the crew of the American ship Bed CroBS, Captain Mclntyre, which, while bound with coals from Newcastle to San Francisco, was wrecked at Bara ton era. Tile Red (Irrms wan dismasted during a heavy gale on February 10, and endeavored to enter Baratonga to re pair, but the heavy wind and seas drove her on a reef. All hands were Baved. Tbe wreck has been purchased for £500 by Mr. Donald, of Edenborough. The Ada C. Owen, schooner, was wrecked on February 6 while entering Maara Harbor, in the Cook Group. The crew were saved, and returned in the Bichmond. The Ada C. Owen became a total Iosb, The hurricane which was so disastrous at Samoa, was experienced at Tahiti, it being the heaviest known for 25 years. Many houses were blown down or smashed by falling trees. The whole town of Pa peete was damaged more or less, bat no casualties occurred to shi...

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The Week. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

WXZ Wlttk : Work in connection with the new reservoir at Fort Augusta has now beenjujarted, and it la expected that ere long operation j will he ia ful swing, Tbe railway revenue for tha week ending March SO waa £17.419; that for the corres ponding week, 1888, was £18,619, showing a decrease this year of £1,230. Tee first meeting of the Northern Lsati Board will be held at Orroroo on April 5. The Deputy Surveyor- General will leave Ade laide for the north to-day. Dr. Joyce, formerly of Adelaide, was one of the candidates for election in Victoria last week who lost hia deposit-money of £50 through standing fir North Melbourne and being badly defeated. The Australasian Touriat Bareau b»9 estab lished a branch in this colony, and Mr. A, J. Barnes, Adelaide, has been appointed the re presentative here. The headquarters are iu London, and the Australasian headquarters in Sydney. The directors of the South Australian L»nd Mortgage and Agency Company have received a telegram from the Londo...

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The Young Folks. LININGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

%ht *§om\Q Jfolk0, LININGS. [By Mat Eilhy Smith ] Nay, nay, dear pirl, I cannot let you alight Those inner etitcbes on your gown's fair hem, Because yon e&ythpy will be out of eight And so eterr* critic will discover them. You do but build a most inviting hedge, Behind which falsehood and deceit may luck, When you embroider fair the outer hedge . And to the inner give no honest work, Tbe silken chain of habit which you wear So lightly now upon your careless youth Will strengthen strand by strand ; then have Eiee it may throttle the sweet soul of truth, I bold that every etitch untruly set Weaves a soiled thread along your web of fate; And each deceitful seam may prove a net ' To hurt and kinder, truBt me, soon or late. Ab, dearest girl, on everything you do Let tbe white seal of honor stamp its errac3 ; Keep all your eonl as clean with heaven's daw As tbe pink flower of your tender face. God makes no clumsy linings. Mark this bloom ! A ' fairy's glove ;' and though it grieve...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

atANAGEBS' KEPOSTS. [To ensure the Insertion of reports, which should te britf and pointed, the copy should -be legibly ?mritgen ©n ene side Kit -the paper onlv, and bear the «^natnt£ of the mining manager or secretary of the company. Letterpress copy cannot be accepted.] Bboeen FffiLPEOPHiETAEY Block 10 Co., March 27 *— - jjhw. i fluw« «u» o iwhi u iuukb aamu; wees ; total depth, 262 feet. This completes present sinking contract. We win now put in station sets at 212 feet, 'corresponding to the S30-feet .level in VacOiegor's *hatt. pceparAtory to starting -east -aaa9out. ia»t wejk's s'rjting sbova a change in the material at east «nd «f 4os -ebaft, - »hlch -may todltufte proximity to tbe van. »o;2EhaKeni]k3ieetdurio^ west: total ^epth. £86 feet Water is-ehowineia this shaft.' Sujvxb. Eikg S.M. Co.. *aroh 28.— 'Sinking st31 eteadily profrreBSlnf , whole length of shaft oelnz non in EtroEg body of quartz.' Bboeeh Hill Socth Block '5 Co. March So.— 'Miin ergine Ehaft— Sunk 18 feet and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MISGELI.A2SS5OUS. The Brofen .Hilli Proprieiary Company snnonnce a dividend of 6s. per share on the xtew ifiEne, cqnal to £3;per share on the old ccrip, ^aysMe «* the varlons offioeE t-J the oom pany on fepdl 17. The JBriiiih Broken JB3R Proprietary Com paByadsiseB us that 4bey iave forwaxded to the I)rj Creek SmelfingWorkB 477 tons of ore, »B835iBK S9 oz. of silver -and 21 -per -cent, of lead, This is up 'to March 27. ii bbb utxa ajgcmeij an v&uiubi^ vu %ae re j»tt of the liiepedtor of Mines, to gfant subsidies to the roHowing gold mining com ^sBfee:— North Nairne, £500 5 Bankeia, £250; golden Point, £100 ; jand ^OxagKy JS250. MJBEBtB. $&xy £rDB.'-&t-dxeBsing maebiBeisrai; Ca-wler wHE-put to anottier 'test' on Monday, sbont 33 cwt «f -ae from Uie Jingdla tin nnie, N.S.W., berng put through. The Government Geologist CM1.H. Y. t. Brown) -tnd Mr. J. G. IKnight. t-f the Northern Terri tory, were present. The ore proved very rich, de tin oxide bang Bontained in q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

? Money. ? MOiSEY TO LEND on Mortgage of Freehold ; small eum9 of £100 and -apwardi at 0 per cent.; large sums at 6 per cent. 73NN ft HARDY, Solioltors. t85oex359c ? 62, Ring Wtlllam-gtreet. MONEY TO LEND. COTTON ft OPIE, SweocxSe ? Adelaide. MONEY TO LEND at Lowest BateB. SHUTTLEWORTH ft LET0HFOBD, Beoffcxfio ? Land Agents. King WilUam-Bt. MONET TO LEND at Lowest Cat rent Rates on Freehold Security. JOHN WSXES & 00. (Late David Tweedle), Advertiser Chambers, King William-street. LICENSED LAND BROKERS AND FINANCIAL AGENTS. TRANSFERS, MOBTGAGES, LEASES, and all other Documents under the Beat Property Act pre pared. ? 7an:6qx5:4q mHE SAVINGS BANK OP SOUTH X AUSTRALIA. MONEY TO LEND on Mortgage of Freeholds at I per cent. Apply to ^200800x2040 ? E. B. PEAROE, AoTOuntant^ JS5 TO £5OO ADVANCED ON BILLS OF SALE, BONDED CERTIFICATES. PERSONAL OR OTHER SECURITY. Repayments by Weekly. Instalments or otherwise. BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY. ASHER & KING. Industrial Bulldlnge, King W...

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AN INSPECTION OF THE BROKEN HILL MINE. [By Telegraph.] Broken Hill, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

w AN INSPECTION OF THE BROKEN HILL MINE. fBv Telefn-anh.l Broken HilL Anril 4. The directors of the Proprietary mine, who Arrived yesterday, have inspected the pro perty, and express much satisfaction at itB condition, particularly with regard ti the development of Block 11, where an enormous body of greenish ore has been revealed. The Btufi is very uniform in quality, carrying fid ner cent, of leail^nd 70 m. of triivnr tmf ton. This development has enabled the oom pany to pay an increased dividend. Pleasure is expressed at the work of the officers in charge. The party, which was accompanied below by MeaBrs. Patton and Harper, included Mr. Bond, one of the directors of the British Blocks, and Mr. W. Mailer, of the Royal School of Mines of London. The visitors will inspect all the mines along the Broken Hill line before leaving. They will probably take their departure on Sunday night, though the arrangement is not yet definite.

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THE RIDGE GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE RIDGE GOLD MINE. The following report on the Ridge gold mine was received by the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. J. Coles) on Thursday, from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Bosewarne) :— ? 'The mine iB situated in the hundred of Onkaparinga, being part of section No. 5249, and immediately south of the Bird in-Hand gold mine. . It comprises an area of 28 acreB 2 roods 25 perches. The expendi ture on the property in battery, mining machi nery, and mining is said to have been over £16,000, Looking at the machinery as a whole it is badly designed and erected. The battery is not adapted for saving fine gold, and although the mine has been working for years it is still in the same position, no improvements having been effected nor any effort made to save the gold. There has been Crushed by the company 2,116 tons, from which 375 oz. gold was obtained, or nearly an average of 4 dirt, per ton, and I am of the opinion, judging from the nature of the stone and the battery, that fully d...

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MINGARY GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MINGARY GOLD MINING COMPANY. The following report on the Mingary Gold Mining Company at New Luxemberg has been forwarded to the Commissioner of Crojvn Lands by the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Rose warne) : — ' There are several quartz reefs on the property ranging from 1 foot to 4 feet in thickness ; they are most permanent look ing, and are proved to be auriferous for a great length. In the various shafts there are large quantities of stone exposed in which free gold can De discovered, ana wrucn coma be made payable if sufficient water for milling purposes were available. There is quite enough stone in sight to treat to warrant the erection of a battery immediately on a water supply being secured. The company are engaged in an im portant work, viz ,tbe sinking of Strawbridge's shaft. It is 190 feet deep and sunk on the underlay, opening up the reef the whole of the distance ; free gold bas been found as low as 180 feet, Tbe main object of sinking is securing a supply of water, an...

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THE GREAT NORTHERN GOLD MINING SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE GREAT NORTHERN GOLD MINING SYNDICATE. The members of the committee of manage*' meat of tbe Great Northern Gold Mining Syndicate, with the exception of Mr, Hill, waited on tbe Commissioner of Grown Lands (Hon. J, Coles), with a view of bringing under hiB notice the statements of Mr. winch at the meeting of shareholders and ascertaining whether he would ncdertake to prosecute those . wuo were supposed to have salted tha specimens from their mine. Mr. Winoh, however, stated that he knew nothing at all about the Baited specimens in in any chape or form whatever, and he had only hearsay evidence to go on. When on tha mine he was told that Dalton had been pur chasing gold, which was supposed had been sent down to Mr. Pleass. He also heard that Messrs. Pleaes and Sannders had obtained scarcely any gold whatever there. The Commisaionec told tbe committee that this was not a case ia which the Government could interfere. They bad been asked to send the Inspector of Mines to examine the lo...

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THE GAWLER WATER SUPPLY. Gawler, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

TEE GAWLER WATER SUPPLY. Gawler, March 30. At tbe waterworks men are still pumping, but they have not yet been able to meet the requirements of the town. No water is running into the reservoir. Messrs. Martin & Co., by using their own well, and what they can get from the waterworks, will keep on their machinery. Gawler. March 31. On enquiry last night I was told that the pumps had been going steadily during Satur day night, and by 6 o'clock on Sunday morning the pressure was 95 lbs. in the mains. As no water is being supplied to the railway the supply will run into the reservoir.

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THE WOODSIDE MINES. Woodside, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE WOODSIDE MINES, fFrom our own Oorresnandent.! Woodside, March 29. it ib scarcely necessary after the very serious fall which the values of the Bird-in Hand shares have experienced on the Stock Exchange to state that the battery has been idle for tha last few weeks. Of course the stoppage of the battery is not the only cause which has been assigned for the downward tendency of share vatueBjit haB been darkly hinted that tha bottom of the lode had been reached, and tha whole affair would require to be wound np in a few months. The fact of Captain Warren having1 uu aawuiMv va «. fjtc-uitriuus CVBUI.UOU Of utaaivlc to sever his connection with the management has perhaps assisted the circulation of damaging rumors respecting the condition of the mine. But there has been in reality no cause foe. alarm. The block of stone, between levels Nob. 4 and 5, did not hold out quite so long aa waB expected. Under the most favorable cir cumstances, after the cleaning np in January the quartz bet...

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