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SUDDEN DEATH IN A TRAIN. Quorn, March 39. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SUDDEN DEATB IN A TRAIN. Quorn, March 39. ~' A pan named Levi Furner died suddenly in a railway carriage at Quorn station last evenir-ft. He had just arrived by the North train from Farina, and was ill during the journey. It was ascertained that he had been suffering from heart disease, and a certificate was given accordingly.

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MEETINGS. McKINLAY AND MOUNT WELLS TIN MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MEETINGS. McKINLAY AND MOUNT WELLS 1IN MINING COMPANY. The ordinary half-yearly meeting of tha McEinlay and Mount Wells Tin Mining , Association waB held at the Royal Exchange arbitration-room on Wednesday afternoon. There was a small attendance,£Mr, W. A, Horn being in the chair. The director's report stated :—' Since last meeting of shareholders, in September, 1888, work has been actively prosecuted at the mine. The manager forwarded 22 tons 4 cwt. galentk ore to the Dry Ureek smelting Works, which assayed 165 oz. silver and 70 per cent, lead pee ton, and produced £626 lls. 3d. net. On 48i December, 1888, the manager wired :— ' Can forward SO tons at least first-class galena ora monthly as soon as pumps erected and mina opened up.' Pumps are now erected and ara working well. The directors have made two calls of Is. each to pay for machiney and rent*' &c, and they hope not to have to make anj further calls on .the shareholders. Mr. E. Heffernan, late manager of the AUandale...

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DEATH FROM SCALDING. Hamley Bridge, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

DEATH FROM SCALDING. Hamlev Bxidee. April 1. A child about four years of age, the daughter of Mr. M. O'Dea, of Alma, died on Saturday from the effects of scalding through falling into a tub of boiling water.

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

fgi yy t« SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHRONICLE. THE LEADING WEEKLY PAPER. THE FARMERS' JOURNAL ; — o — : - E? XL 3l C3 IS— E' OUKFElffC JES. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS— As toe have AGENTS for the sale of the Chronicle in EVERY TOWN in SOUTH AUSTRALIA, we beg to inform Subscribers toTio are receiving the paper posted direct from the office that it WILL NOT BE FOR WARDED unless it is PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. THE YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION (S 16s.. HALF-YEARLY, 8s. 6a Below zee append the Names and Addresses of our Agents, and Siibscribers are requested to order the Ceeomcle from than, or send subscriptions to us. BURDEN & BONYTHON. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Adelaide. ? O: ? IJST OP -A-GHESWOHSCs AJDELAIDE-Kevills & Co., Ballway-Btatlon, Korth terrace; I. W. Green & Son, Hanson-street W. G. Roberts, King William-street] Mrs. Sej. moor, Hanson-street : S. Freareon, M. J. Clarke and Co., Rundle-street ; W, Goodiellovr, Hicdley. street ; V. 0. Blgby, Einsr WiUiam-Btreet ABERDEEN— M....

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AN EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. Hawker, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

AN EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. Hawker, April 3. About a quarter to 5 this morning a sharp shock of earthquake was experienced. The shak ing of the beds was so marked as to wake every one. It was preceded by a rumbling noise like a heavy train, and seemed to come from north to north-west, travelling southerly. The windows rattled for some time after it passed.

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MESSRS. MOULDEN AND HANDYSIDE AT NARRACOORTE. Naracoorte, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MESSRS. MOULDEN AND HANDY SIDE AT NARRACOORTE. Narracoorte. April 3. Messrs, Moulden and Handyside, the mem bers for Albert, addressed their Narracoorte constituents last night on the work of the last session. Mr. Moulden characterised the ses sion as one of much talk and little work. He regretted the passage of the Chinese Restriction Act, and referred to his efforts to reduce the dog tax, and introduce the Law of Evidence Amendment Act. He had voted against the Electoral Districts Act, because he believed that it was intended to chiefly benefit the Treasurer. He was thoroughly opposed to giving seed wheat to farmers as vicious in principle and dangerous in practice. Mr. Handyside favored ' Hansard ' being published by the Government instead of by private* contract, and believed the change would result in less talking. He was afraid that the Land Consolidation Act would not be the 'last Land Act, and advocated selection before survey , which would keep many colonists from going to ...

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A BROTHER KILLS HIMSELF AFTER ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTING HIS SISTER. Sydney, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

A BROTHER KILLS HIMSELF AFTER ACCIDENTALLY SHOOT ING HIS SISTER. Sydney, March 31. On Friday afternoon a sad tragedy occurred at Moxuya. A young man, Phillip Jeflerey, waa cleaning his gun when it exploded, the charge entering the back of his sister's head. Jeflerey imme diately went for a doctor, and on return ing home reloaded the gun, placed the muzzle in his mouth, and blew his brains out. Death was instantaneous. An in quest waB held in the afternoon, and a verdict of suicide returned. The deceased leaves a wife and two yonng children. Mks Jeflerey is in a critical condition.

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Intercolonial. THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. Melbourne, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Ixtitxcolonml THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. Melbourne. March 29. The returns from the general elections are not yet quite complete, bnt sufficient 1b known to be able to give a correct list of the candidates returned, with the exception of the Bornng electorate, for which Messrs. Phillips and Duncan hare tied,- and the Benambra electorate, for which Mr, Craven is at present three ahead of the late member. Summed up briefly it may be stated that all Ministers were returned by large majorities. An analysis of the elections shows that 62 members have been returned as Ministerialists and 32 as Oppositionists. A very large majority are against any increase of the stock tax. Seventeen members of the previous Par liament have been defeated, amongst the most prominent of which are Messrs. Cooper (late Chairman of Committees), Geo. Coppin, David Gaunson, Dr. Quick, O. E. Jones, B. J. Fink, J. Boeisto, R. D. Reid, T. Lang don, J. Rees, and J. T. Brown. Several prominent members of the Australian N...

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THE FREE-TRADE PARTY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE FREE-TRADE PARTY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 1. The Free-trade party met again to-day under the auspices of the recently-formed Liberal Political Association, when the platform proposed last week was tabled. A number of amendments were pro posed, and after a little discussion nega tived, with the exception of one which rfonlti with the encouragement of ln^a.1 ipdustries. The clause as printed stood. — ' Encouragement of local .industries by any legitimate means not imposing a tax upon the many to benefit the few.' It was resolved to substitute the following after the word 'Industries':— 'By the abolition of all existing duties on raw material.' A very drastic amendment to the policy of Parliamentary reform, which provided for an elective Upper House, one man one vote, and payment of mem bers, was negatived. A public meeting is to be held on Monday next in the Protestant Hall, when the policy of the association will be unfolded. It was decided that a conference of delegates...

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SUICIDE IN A TRAIN. Melbourne, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SUICIDE IN A TRAIN. Melbourne, March 31. A young man name unknown was picked up in the Brighton train this after noon, having committed suicide by shoot ing himself while travelling. He waa found with a pistol in one hand and a cigarette in the other. The young man who committed suicide by Bhooting himself in the Brighton train has been identified as Frederick C. Brauer, an attendant in the .German art gallery at the recent exhibition.

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THE BRITISH BLOCKS. ME PATTON APPOINTED MANAGER. Broken Hill, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE BRITISH BLOCKS. ME PATTON APPOINTED MANAGES. [By Telegraph. I Broken Hill, April 4. Air. Eyre, manager of tbe British Broken Hill Company, has resigned, and Mr. W. H. Fatton has been appointed in his stead. The latter has already taken charge, and it is ex pected tnat a considerable change will be made m^personnel of staff. No ore will be sent to Dry Greek for a few days.

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RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES. HEAVY FALLS THROUGHOUT THE COLONY. Sydney, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES, HEAVY FALLS THROUGHOUT THE COIiONY. Sydney, April 2. The rain which began falling in Sydney early on Sunday morning continued at intervals throughout today, and there is every prospect of the fall beingaugmented. A fall of nearly two inches was registered at the Observatory up to noon to day, and good news of falling rain is reported from all sides ; the extreme west, south., and south- west being the only districts which are nob participating. Of the reporting stations, which embrace fully seven-tenths of the whole colony, 10 per cent., had over half an Inch, and many in the north and on the coast from 1 to 2 inches, Wollon gong reporting 3*090 Inches. Along a por tion of the Darling country, where rain is more wanted than in any other part of the colony, the fall hks been ex tremely heavy. Charleviile got 3 inches ; Goodooga, 3 300: Brewarrina, 2 750; Angledcol, 1 900 ; and several other stations an inch and over. These falls, though heavy, are far from as...

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

THE BROKEN HILL NORTH MINE. IBvTfJocrranh.1 Broken HOI, April 4, At tbe North Broken Hill mine the crosseut at the 300-feet level has now passed into the lode for a distance of 24 feet without the slightest indication of the walL The face of the crosscut, the manager states, is now very clean ore. An improvement has been going on steadily during the last few days, until now tbe body of ore is very clean. North ore is now being sent to the concentrat ing works at the rate 'of SO tons per day, and the concentrators are treating 60 tons daily. The recent returns concerning the concentrates show that the contents are 67 per cent, of lead and 22 oz. of 'silver. This is regarded as. highly satisfactory, and proves that there .was no ground for the statement that the stuff was refractory. No concentrates have yet been dispatched to the smelters, but this stuff is to be bagged for Bending away to-day. There is a great im provement in the lode in the Bouth drive at the 200 level, and the sil...

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THE BARRIER MINES. [By Telegraph.] Broken Hill, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE BARRIER MINES. fByTeIeeraph.1 Broken Hill, April 3. The Cornwell smelter at the South mine has not yet started. It was expected to be put in operation to-day, but there is a. little delay in completing the purchase of the South ore. The South Broken Hill Company to-day re commenced sending ore to the Dry Greek Smelting Works. The first parcel consists of 12 tons, and the material carries 60 per cent, lead and a good percentage silver. The new find obtained a few days ago continues, and is running parallel with ironstone carrying chlorides freely. The carbonate ore, which is five feet wide, also carries chlorides, It seems probable that serious complications will arise between miners and saining managers here. . The miners now working on Sundays receive eight hours' pay for six hours' work, but tbe whole of the truckers, who are also members of the Miners' Association, work full time, as on other days. A resolution was paaeed at a meeting of miners held last night 'that truckerB ...

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LONG ODDS. [Published by special arrangement with the author All rights reserved.] CHAPTER XV.—THE JULY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

LO^aODDS. By HAWLEY SMART, Author of 'Bretzie Langton,' 'A False Start,' 'Cleverly Won,' &c., &c, (Published by spetw*'. arrangement with tbe author AU rights reserved.] Chapter XV. — Th£ July Stakes. The racing world were gathered together at the back of the Ditch for the celebra tion of one of the pleasantest meetings of the year. After the roar at Epsom, and the crowd of Ascot the comparative quiet of the July meeting is most enjoyable. Held In the midst of summer, and favored as a rule with splendid weather, it enjoys also another distinct privilege — there la Jicecse in the matter of dress. On the Royal Heath fashions demand the showiest costumes, and is inexorable abont the chimney-pot on the part of the male sex. At Newmarkeb you may do as you please In the matter of attire, and defy the fierce rays of the snn as you so will it. Amongst those who had come for the spore were a a considerable section who were quite as much attracted by the sales. To many men the...

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Literature. TWICE TRIED. [Published by special arrangement with the authoress All rights reserved.] CHAPTER IX -JOAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Iptecaira*. TWICE TRIED. ByANNIES. SWAN, ?Authoress of 'Aldersyde,' 'Garlo-me,' 'Across Her Path,' 'Sundered Hearts,' &c. {Published by special arrangement with the sntboiess. All rights reserved.] Chapter IX — Joan. ' I had one caller to day in spite of -wind and weather,' said Mrs Angus to Robert one evening when he joined her in the drawing room before dinner. 'Yes, who was It?' Robert; asked cheerily. 'It certainly has Dot been a verv ienmtlns dav.' ' MIsb Laurence.' ' Joan !' exclaimed Robert eagerly. 'And what do yon think of her, Mrs. Angus ?' 'Will you excuse me if I say I like her the best of all the ladles who have yet called?' Isabel said, a little hesitat ingly, for the ladies from the Thorn had been Jamong her earliest visitors. ' I hoped and expected yon would like her, Mrs. Angus. I was afraid she would not call. Joan Is very proud In her own ?way.' ..-?'-. ' I could see that. She apologised for -coming In the storm, and frankly told me her season for doing so...

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Original Poetry. THE QUEEN OF MORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

©riginal fortrg. THE QTJEEN OF MORN. Tbe qneen of mom is rising, Enrobed with beams of day, ' And with herrosy fingers She Lurries night away. Her diadem is laettoua With amethysts and pearls, And far o'er wave and woodland Her banners dawn unfurls. Her gaze lights np the mountains And gi!d,s the fleecy sky. The gold tipped shafts of i-lory O'er hill and valley fly. And tears thatglided softly Adown the face of night ' Bedeck the robeB of morning1 With gems of quivering light. The blooms tbat drooped in darknes3 Their petals gently rai-e, And all creation mnnrrars A symphony of praise. From forest and from hedgaro v Burst forth a warbling thron?, To jtreet the queen of morning With triad melodious sons'. KTTD03. PaikBide South.

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

DRAUGHTS NOTES; A draughts match was played at the Squatter's Arms, Thebarton, on Monday, April 1, between the Adelaide Draughts Club and the Southwsrk Draughts Clab, which re suited in a win Sor the Southwark club by 18£ games against 16£. Below are the scores :— SOOTHVABK. ADELAIDE) Mr. Gardner ». 3 v. itr. J. Hogg _ _ 0 Mr, Broad _ _ 1£ v. Mr. O Higgiabatham lh Mr. A. MeltoBtis „ ' 1 v. Mr; Kennedy _ 1 Mr. A. Moore _ ljv. Mr. Cordt _ « l1- Mr. J. Ryan_ _ 2 v. Mr. Warae _. ., l' Mr. P. Daley » 1 v. Mr. A. Dick „ _ 2 jui. j. aoe — _ i v. Mr. iavub _ _ 2 Mi. S. TTymmoss „ 2 v. Mr. Impett -. _ 1 Mr. W. Pepper _ 0 v. Mr. Anderton ^. 3 Mr. 3. Oharlesworth 2 v. Mr. W. Hoge _ 1 Mr. JTeNeUr- ... 1 v. Hr.JtfcLennon _ 2 Mr. W. Molloy „ %\ v. Mr. Brailey „ „ -H ^ 18J 16J One game bttween A, MoRostie and Mr, Kennedy was unfinished when time was called. . The entries for the Shaw Trophy promise to iw numerous, and we believe our best jadgeti would be very likely a little out of it were they to...

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A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOB, Six— Some time ago I read in your Draughts -column a few lines from a correspondent in reference to an association, and £ think it would be greatly to the interests of the game for sevf ral of the clubs to form one and play a round cf matches and returns on fixed dates with not fewer than a specified number of nlavova ?- Tfc vrrnnTVI nnaata a a^miMn In*.] I*. £»»**j*.**j» »» viwvu va w^oHw tm ouiuug 1UUA1 111* terest. and would be the means of inducing the members to practice more than they do now. The coming long evenings would be the best time for euch contests. A representative from each club would soon arrange matters by draw ing up a few ruleB, &c. I think this would meet with the approbation of draughts- players and would tend greatly to popularise the game. Hoping that what I advocate will Boon become un fait accompli, — I am, &c., NORWOOD.

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

TO CORRESPOKBENTS. ' Ak Obseevbji' writes— 'I should be glad to know tbe reason Mr, Bruce of the Adelaide Club, and a most promising player, although present and Bekcted to play, was not matched sgainBt a Southwark man.'

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