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

The strength of Samson was In his 'hair, and a like influence Etill has a mighty sway, for what is more potent than a 'beautiful head ot hair I Yet, aa in the iDBtance of our similitude, great care is needed for its preservation. Now, i!re. S. A. Allen secures this result, for when the hair shows signs of falling or turning prematurely grey her Hair Restorer so for tifies the sources of supply that the filameats are re produced in their natural color, and with augmented brilliancy and abundance. 3»176:106e7

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. [published by special arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] BOOK II.—AFTER A LONG LAPSE CHAPTER LVII.—CORROBORATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. B* JSEORXJE MANV1LLE FENN, Author of 'The Master of the Ceremonies,'' 'ThisMan'e Wife,' 'The Parson o' Dam ford,' fee* te. ? [Published by epedal arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] EOOK IL— AFTER A LONG LAPSE ChAEIKB LVH.— COEBOBOBAIION. Sir Philip Cope winced and fell back a step as if be had received a blow, and when he re covered himself bodily and stood np erect and firm once more it seemed some time before his brain recovered from the shock. For me he gazed at the fierce vindictive countenance before him his eyeB seemed to have a vacantBtare, the lids being drawn up bo that the white was shown completly around the iris. This spasmodic action of the muscles passad away, and his eyes resumed their regular keen earnest gaze as be said hoarsely— 'Anthony Cope, are yon raving?' 'Basing! Ha— ha— ha! Saving! Telia man a distasteful truth,' cried Anthony, with a moctdng laugh, ** and he asks you if you are raving, 'Listen, man ; did I not s...

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COURTS OF REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COURTS OF REVISION. Yatala..— Held at the courthouse, Salisbury, March 29; returning- officer, Mr. R. Veroo. Legislative Council— Previously on roll, 787 ; added, 6] struck off, 4; now on roll, 789. Houbo of Assembly— Previously on roll, 1468 ; added, 18 ; struck off, 7 ; now on roll, 1,479,

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

;:;;;;: stevenson 2.eos.,S8i WATCHii mmSl MANUFACTURED, AND 1MP8«K tf *^^B 55 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, !SJ9I WATCHES SILVEffPLATE. U-@g WATCHES 2», Handiest., Adc aide, and Georges^ CUMJjHffel WATfHFS Sydney. * pinMfe % HftlVllt9 We ^^^ forSftle WAT0HE3. ObO0K3. WUltll ? ^ -ii WATCHtS jewellery. «d silver plate, CLOCKS '? S fsCKtAHY REDUCED PRICES £2p ; wifii uiilu JUSTB«etTCd the NEWEST and PRETTIEST A8SOET- W-WflUfc - WATPUffi MERT °f GOLD BAKGLES. GOLD BROOCHES, GEM aimm - WAlUnCo *»«i ENGAGEMENT RINGS, ever seen in Adelaide. CLOCKS - PBETTY WOEDTOIflWIKDWS. PSFTTY — . £*'£ 5PNe[ w»tcte8. *1 Ws. Od., worth 70*. ? ?£? II .'-:?. BANCU5 a^^3J8flggS?5— .-..---MHHB- PRETTY ^^loioi0118 °Oli Watcht*' Rented for five jews. £7 7s. worth 0KfT» *'' L»d(w\«oW lVatch«, guaranteed tor twelve month* £2 10« * '^ III DaUfll CO Indies' OoTd Watefaes, muuanteed for two yeus, «^ 10a worth £5 im nnnMUM ' BAKCIES ™™j*£^™&^*™^«-^£°Lei BROOCHES DltTTV I^flie*1 BUve* WMCbet. goarmteed twelve m...

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

Peiyate Advertisement.— Cross's Resto* rine haB exceeded the best expectations/ Females can take it with safety: If from ana; cause it has been delayed, aad it ia desirable that health should come on, take Beetorine j if it has been delayed through wet feet or othett cause, take Restorine. It has brought orfl health when everything else has failed. Soldi by all chemists, 2s, 6dM and at tbe mannfaa turer's, Charles Crow?, chemist, Gawler, South) Australia. 18aiul23xl9-184

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

. THE HOUSE. Bx Peeasansc wmi'um Oanxaass.— Fathers and mothers, ye who entertain so, cordially the transient guest, pray give yonr best to those children around, you— your best of sympathy and brightness,: as well as your best in words of wisdom. Day by day, from their very babyhood, by werd and mien jou are moulding their characters. Your, -very faces have an influence you. little know, and photographed more truly than any picture will be youe unageB upon snose. young nearca in toe years when they will take your places. New Uses of Papeb. — lit is' thought by na means improbable that paper will yet super sede oottoD: An establishment in the United, StateB is doing an extensive buBmess in tha manufacture of paper clothing, and the fabrift is said to equal that of any other daaa ©f goods in style and durability. For blankets, piano* coverings, and similar purposes the paper fabrics;,- - are an established success; they are alBOverj, light and serviceable, .. / ~~-i^ Okion& —...

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LUXURIES OF NEW YORK LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

LUXURIES OF NEW TOEK LADIES* The luxurious habits of New York women have grown very nearly toxival the stories told of Poppsea, who had bushels of fresh rose leaves picked every night to sleep on, and who took a daily morning bath of asses' milk to keep her Bkin soft and satiny. This is not quite tha form that luxury takes in New York ; but the amount of time and labor spent in the care oE the person and the preservation of beauty is something calculated to surprise tha people who give it no attention. The maid has ceaBed to be sufficient attendance, her time being more or less ab Borbed by the toilet and cognate matters, so the present plan is to engage the services of a woman who goes out by the day or hour, and on whose cards you read ' Ladies' Toilets.1* She has entire charge of the persons of hec customers ; and it is her duty to see that; they are kept beautiful. LOnce or twice {a week she rubs, combs, brushes, dips, ana cleans their hair, undertaking to keep it Boft« sleek, a...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The secretary o! the Baker's Creek Gold Mining Company received the following tele gram from the mine on Saturday:— 'Result of crushing— 1,463 oz. from 107 tons from Smith's reef.' Mr. Masey received a telegram from Captain Doble, at Blinman, on Saturday :—' Just up from underground. Considerable increase of water at 80 crosscut; estimate 4,000 gallons per day, TninK smncient so areas j.u atrars daily.' A telegram was received from the manager of tbe Mount Robe S.M. Go. on Saturday as follows:— 'Struck lode in shaft; know more in few dayB.' We are informed that a meeting of tha directors of the Junction Mine was held last week, at which all the charges brought against Mr. Jolly, the mine manager, by the Silverton and Broken Hill newspaper reporters ware brought forward, and also Mr. Jolly's explana tion of the whole matter. After fuU considera tion the directors decided that there is no reason to cenBureMr, Jolly in any way. The following are the quantities of flux di...

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MEETING OF MOONTA MINES SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MEETING OF MOONTA MINES SHAREHOLDERS. A meeting of shareholders in tha Moonta Mines Proprietary was held at the arbitra tion room, Exchange, Pirie street, on Friday week. Sir Wm, Milne occupied the chair. The Chaieiian, in moving the adoption of the repott and balance-sheet, particulars of which have already been published, said he was sorry that it fell to his lot on that occa sion to bring before the shareholders a very different state of affairs to that which waB preeented at the last half-yearly meeting fay Mr. Earr Smith. It would be remembered, however, that while Mr. Ban Smith congratu lated tbe Ehareholders on the very satisfactory appearance of things, and the dividends that were being paid, he warned them not to expect that the prices that were ruling at that time would be permanently maintained. Mr. Barr Smith eaid, ' Sooner or later they would have to expect the position of a natural copper maiket.' There was no doubt that at the time of the last half-yearly meeting the ...

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

MEETINGS. GREAT NORTHERN GOLD PRO SPKCTING SYNDICATE. A meeting of shareholders in the Great Northern Gold Mining Syndicate was held on Monday afternoon, when there was a large attendance, presided over by Mr.iP.C.Greayer. On the motion for the adoption of the minutes, Mr, Blackwbxl pointed out that at the last meeting Mr. Winch stated that the gold never came from the company's property, and he could prove where it did come from. That h«i uuiiKea irom tne minutes. Mr. A, Saundkbs eaid that Mr. Winch bad stated also that he could prove that the gold was.pnjdiaHedata pawnbroker's in Adelaide. ,. M^ Wikoh explained that what he said was that tee gold never came from the company's property, and that the company's men never raised it. Mr. BtACKWEtt— You said you knew where the gold waB got from. Mr. W. H. Wadet understood Mr. Winch to say that the gold never came from the pro perty, and that he could prove where it was got. Mr. Winch— And so I can. The minuteB were amended and passed. T...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MARINE BOARD. Thursday. Maech 28. PreEent— The chairman (Mr. J. Formby), Wardens Smith, Legoe, Neil], McCoy, and the eecretary (Mr. T. N. Stephens). - The Chaiejian called attention to the fact that the Engineer-in-Chief had commenced dredging operations in the vicinity of the dock without gaining the permission of the board. After considerable discussion Warden Smith moved—' That the Treasurer be asked to as certain whether the Engineer-in-Chief has undertaken deepening operations without the consent of the Marine Board contrary to clause 2 of the Governor's proclamation.' The Treasury Department wrote to the effect that when the Henley Beach and Grange jettieB fall into disrepair they would have to be repaired by the district council or private in dividuals or eke they would be closed and pulled down. The Tre&Burer wrote stating that since the suggestions were made to increase the landing accommodation at the Semaphore jetty, the launch companies that were formerly in oppo...

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General News. INDUSTRIES OF THE ANGASTON DISTRICT.—No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

dffl&al $Ltf®& INDUSTRIES OF THE ANGASTON DISTRICT.— No. 2. [By oat Special Reporter.! The present appears to be a mosb oppor- tune time for Australian vigcerons to make known their existence, and to place before the British and Continental public samples of the wines which are made in the colonies. No doubt the sending of a representative to the PariB Exhibition will be attended with good results to South Australian vignerons, but other meant) are also available for making known the value of their productions ; and it ia gratifying to read in so conservative a journal as The Wine Trade Beriew such comments as the following : — ' Good News for Australian Winegrowers. — As we an nounced In our last number (Octo ber 7, 1888), two or three firms have received orders to send supplies of Australian wines to the cellars of her Majesty the Queen. This Intelligence will be received with much gratification in Australia, since Ib will give just the fillip that was needed for e...

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

Tbelfrench Government 'will make a hard try to squelch the Patriotjo .League,

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

MANAGERS' REPORTS. Block 14 S M Co, March 27.— 'Main shaft— Men iD^tttobering, preparing to rink. SCO-teet level Suth-StopeB 8'' yielding good payable lead ore, SbS? eentto emelter. 200-feet level north-No chawre to report in long crosscut, still yielding good lead ore. 142-feet south shaft-No chance sinoelast report. Kg etope opening out weU; good silioloas iSn^ma lead ore. showing ohlondes freely. 200;teet level north-Started to drive towards British boundary. General— Both furnaces have been running *°vSl Cross S.M. Co . March 23.-' Main shaft enik 3 fett; total from plat 116 feet, from .surface Q6 feet. Country composed wholly of quartz. »o h5SriLS£S'^c«mu, March 27.-«Main shaft eunk 4 leet ; tntal from No. 7 level 71 feei, and from surface S£5 feet Beef about same size, showing Stable lold Contractors No. 7 level driven 7 feet; £S from shaft 131 feet; reef making larger and SX Increasing I anticipate a fevonMe change hews ehortlv ? no change to report in any of stones. BatterVS...

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

A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECtWS PILLS if'Tlfc_ ?V* TmiTeraaliy *& jKC H A^^ mitted to be worth -?X»J^-~^;yi2^. * Guinea a Box for jFstt/^ ? -£r ^ BilicmB and Neryoui fiuV NitA Disorders each U £**}/ V* \ 'Wind and Pain in the /;V;/ ? \NV-\ Stomach, Bick Head I 'v / 'DAI 'I? KIT \' 'f 1 **&&, Giddiness. Ful« !„/ -r-ti-J-iiPiA. |£_lne6» end Swelling Its I Dll I -fc l«l attar Meals, Diizi. I' I KII«l»O» /«*/ np»8«ndDrovri!ijjeBaf \-S\ — — ?— JSl fofdChilln.FloRbine« VSj\ /S?t of Heat, Irtee of Ap. \y*\ S+vi petite, Slioit. -.;-?*& of V'-e---^ ^/4g*j! Er«-.:h, i.e.-. .? zimbm, V^CvTSTtV^T S.ui-vi-an.i ;.::;r..hes ^*£Ll«§M *£-*^ ™ the K-;:i. Di« ^*4£gp^-^ lurbed Sleep, VrlghU jtjgga. fnl Dreams, end all ^Hi^ Nervous and Tremb. Kn? Sensations, &c. Tho first dose will give relief in. twenty minutes. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try out box of these Fills and they will be acknowledged to b» WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all agei thece P...

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ANGLO-COLONIAL NOTES. London, March 1, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

ANGLO-COLOjSIAIi NOTES. fFrom onr Special Correspondent. 1 London, March 1, 1889. The Earl and Countess of Eintore were at the drawing-room on Tuesday. The Qaeen graciously singled out her ladyship for special notice. As the countess curtseyed to the royal circle her Majesty leant forward and said : — 'Se yon're going away this week, my dear. Good-bye. I hope you'll be very nanny.' Kind -words and a most unusual compliment, as It is very seldom indeed the Queen Bpeaks to any one out side the blood royal at a drawing-room. The Junior Constitutional Club banquet to Lord Eintore on Monday evening passed off pleasantly enough, though Sir A. Blyth having a bad cold was unable to be present. Lord Kintore, imagining the dinner was private and that there were no reporters present, allowed himself to be betrayed Into some rather strong remarks on the Irish question, which to his surprise appeared in full in the Morning Post of Tuesday. As, how ever, I suppose most Australians knew his lordsh...

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LONDON TABLE TALK. London, Febraary 23, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

LONDON TABLE TALK. (From our Special Correstiondent.l London, February 23, 1889. The absent-minded lady who recently created snch hilarity at a well-known artist's table by apologising, under the Impression she was in her own house, for the badness of the dinner, is said to be Mrs. Lynn Llnton The hostess naturally failed to see the joke. Great fears are entertained that the illness from which poor Mr. Farnellis suffering will turn ont to be cancer of the stomach. Mr. Houston, the now famous secre tary of the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, whose evidence before the Parnell Commission has created such a sensation, is a slim young man not more than seven and-twenty, with dark hair, a slight moustache, and a reflective habit of look ing np to the celling when puzzled. The derisive laughter which greeted his re plies as he described how entirely he had confided In Pigott's bona fides with re gard to the alleged- forged letters seemed to make no more Impression upon him than it did on ...

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ACCOMMODATION FOR FARM LABORERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

ACCOMMODATION FOR FARM LABORERS. TO THE EDITOB. Sir— Seeing a letter in your columns headed ' Accommodation for Farm Laborera,' I would beg a short space to give a little of my experience. Before now I have had to be up in the morning and have my breakfast, get my aie ground, and be waiting for daylight to go to work, and then, with the exception of the dinner hour, be at it till dark. I quite agree with all that your oorresDondent r&vb. for it is a well known fact that the farm laborer in too many case3 is treated more like a dog than a human being, who Bhould be standing on the eame platform aa the farmer himself. After hia day's work the laborer may come in and have his supper, and when that is over he can Bit in the cold end of the room, or if he has ao more work to ao he goes to bed, very often not to eleep ; what with a hard-ed of straw, with the mice nibbling at it all night, and the cold wind blowing on him, for the so-called man's room is often of such a nature as t...

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Mail News. THE TIMES-PARNELL COMMISSION LONDON, March 1. DISAPPEARANCE OF PIGOTT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

d&nf gm&. THE TJMBS-FAI^ELL COMMISSION [By Telegraph from Albany.] [Froai our own OnrreapoadenM London, Match 1. I-If3APPEAEA-'CE OF PIGOTT. '. When the Parnell Commission resumed lta sitting on Tuesday morning It was seen that Pigott was missing. Tne court was crowded and the exciement was intense. One could hear tha rustle of alipB of paper as Sir Richard Webster got up and Informed the court that Richard Pigott had not been at hia hotel since Monday evening. Before he could say any more Sir Charles Russell was on hia feet demand ing that a warrant should be issued for the arrest of the witness. One of Mr. Soamea's clerks then got Into the box, and stated that he had that morning gone to Pigott' a hotel and had found that the bird bad flown. The president at once ordered that a warrant should issue, and a writ was filled oat and directed to Mr. Munro, Superintendent Store, or any other peace officer. A FOCL COXSPIEACV. The Attorney- General then aaked for time to c...

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THE KATE SILVER MINING COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE KATE SILVER MINING COMPANY. TO THE EDITOB. Sir— At the last meeting of tbe Kate Silver Mining Company, held on February 28, it was decided that the secretary should endeavor to collect past calls, and if unable to do bo to cause all shares on which these calk remain unpaid to be absolutely forfeited ; and that he should subsequently call a meeting of the remaining shareholders with a view to decide what should be done with the property. In tteaa ot tbis tne directors have made a oall of 6d. This is a palpable violation of the- right of shareholders to have a voice in the manage ment of their interest. If the directors imagine that they can carry their trust in that off-hand fashion they are much mistaken, Tae time in paBt when calls were blindly . paid to fee directors and secretaries, and I for one will not . subscribe any more while the directors com pletely ignore the decision of the shareholders,. or unlesB some tangible prospects are shown, — I am, &c,j EX-NEWiCHC&a...

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