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THE WAR DANCE EXTENDED COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE WAR DANCE EXTENDED COMPART. TO THE EDtTOa. Sir«-Tfae above mine ia situated near the township of Puraamcota, and a good many of ub residents are shareholders ia it. We visit it and we eee good ore, some of it very rich, being produced in considerable quantities. Some two months ago a parcel of 9 tons was cent to the English and Australian Copper Company, which realised about £345 net cash, A call was lately paid, which assuming that it fell on only 20.C00 shareB, should have realised £260. These items together should give more money than, judging from the appearance of the Amount of labor employed - is being spent on the mine, It was therefore with more surprise than pleasure that we saw ia your paper of March 23 that a call of Sd. per share had been made. Only the other day a farther consignment of -first-class ore consisting of {we are told) 4 tons was sent away ; this should pro duce, say, £160. We can thus see between ore and call a total of nearly £ 600 realised within thre...

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The Interviewer. ARRIVAL OF LORD AND LADY ONSLOW. AN INTERVIEW WITH THE EARL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

: '^ Ittebfetotc: AKBlVAIi OF LOKD AND LA.DT AN INTERVIEW WITH THE EARfe Tlie J£ul and Oonnteu of Onflow were «^»^ed vision were met by Mr. E. P. l^fjf a te^ secretwy to Us Excel lent the Acting Governor* aari Oa«*ftin Iiewm^ntai (aWe-de-camp), and were con veyed to tbe dty by special train, having first been received by a guard of honor COEBiatisg of mem^en of the Permanent Force. At the Adelaide ralliray-statlon a BfmHar compliment wH ]p9ld to the party, and ihfty at once drove to thb reeidence of ills Excellency the Acting Governor at MoEtefiore, having an escort o£ the mounted police force. It had been ar ranged that Lady Onalow should continue her passage to Sydney by the Victoria, and that the earl should proceed to Mel bourne by railway. Lady Onalow, however, during her brief stay In Adelaide made undoubtedly tne beet use oE her time, For ehe drove through the principal streets of the city, and afterwards visited the Zoological and Botanic Gardens, with -which she expressed h...

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FARMERS AND FARMING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

FARMERS AND .FARMING-, TO THE KOITOH. Sir — I hitve read a tetter .signed * Justice' referring to farmers and farming. The winter wa% speaking of putting in wheat and how to $?-- it- It appears to me that hs knows very little about farming in the north. ' Justice'' ears' i he has seen people dragging* bushes ovar their | ground to plough it. Any aunsibie man kaowa ; that that is not ploughing. ELe speaks also ot j putting the wheat in tieap. I have been farm- j ing in the north for 15 years, and I find tba j more shallow in reason you can put the whs&t : in the better. Depp tilling is al! very wall I on a wet season, but we naver know how to enaure a crop. If we pat the wheat in too deep some years we do not get aalf enough rain to fetch it up until it is too late. I have seen in some eeasonB far better crops off land hariowed than off ploughed land ; but we cannot expect to grow wheat with an average rainfall of five inches, the quantity we got last year. I was farming seve...

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AN INTERVIEW WITH SIR WILLIAM JERVOIS. THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. NAVAL PROTECTION THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

AN INTERVIEW WITH SIR WILLIAM JERVOIS. THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. NAVAl PROTECTION THE BEST. Sir Williani.Francls Drummond Jervols, late Governor of New Zealand and for five years administrator of the Govern ment of South Australia, arrived In Ade laide at half-past 9 o'clock on Saturday evening on a short visit to his Excellency the acting Governor at Montefiore, prior to his leaving for England, which he will do, with Miss Jerrois, on Monday next. bir William left Melbourne by the express on Friday, but being desirous of In specting his station at Wellington, left the train at Tallem Bend and proceeded to that property. On Saturday he was driven back to Tailem Bend and there caught the train which reached Adelaide at the hour named above. Sir William Jervois was so popular a Governor of South Australia that his time has been very much occupied daring the week. As he himself says, he liked South .Australia ' immensely,' and it is no exaggeration to state that the people of South A...

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

TO THE EDirOE. Sir— I think ' Justice' is in a log, for he is very rambling in his charges against tbe farmers. First he says that they have driven off the squatt6rs and stockbreeders and selected laud in dry and arid country, giving £4, £5, and £6 per acre. After keeping it several years they surrendered and got ths same back for £1 0s. €d., and laughed in their sleevea at how they had done tne Government. I can asBure 'Justice' in this he ia quite wrong in nearly every case outside Goyder's line of rain fall. And only suppose such had been the case, where was the wrong? There is no land outside tbe line of rainfall worth £L, a3 'Justice' will shortly sea when tba Iatd beard . has. . valued it, Then he goes en to say — 'A grsat many call theniBelves farmers, What do they know?11 Well, I think quite as much as ' Justice,' if we can judge by his letter. I would ask ' Justice' nhere he saw them dragging bushes over the ground to plough it? If he has, I certainly havs not; and I could ...

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THE CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDIT03. Sir— In your ibbus last week there appeared a letter signed '\J. Iiankey,' but being unable to find the name in the Directory I .conclude from; tbe tenor of the letter it should be ' J. Orankey.' Certain statements are made which are quite untrue, and Bhouid not pasB uncontradioted. I might, therefore, be per mitted to add that on the retrenched officers' question the Civil Service Association never formed a deputation to the Ministry ; and ai to the statement that Civil servants have asked that their children shall be employed in the service aB junior- clerks, &c , it is too absurd to reply to. Judging frjm the BtyU and tenor of tbe remarks of ?? J. Grank'ey' he no doubt would make an excellent model Go vernment officer, and, like Mr. Micawber, is evidently waiting for something to turn up, when probably he will gratify hie long cherished wishes to became what he insinuates a useless ornament of society, and to do nothiDg but he...

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. BOULANGISM IN FRANCE. LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ? ♦ ? BOULANGISM IN FRANCE. {From our own Correspondent.] London, April 3. In hie manifesto, issued from Brasaels on Tuesday, General Boulanger charges ' the French- Government with having attempted to coerce M. Bonchey, the Public Prosecutor, into a breach of legality. M. Bouchey had been ordered to indict tbe members of the Patriotic League before a unique tribunal, adminis tering what is described in the mani festo as unique law. The Public Prose cutor aaw that the Government had no case, and they therefore dispensed with him. The general declares his refusal to enbmlt to the jurisdiction of the Senate, and charges that body with bias against himself and his associates. The preju dice, he states, is the ontcome of the efforts he has made to abolish the Senate or restrict its authority, and arises from the consciousness that either he or the Senate will be crushed. The Senate, he adds, is blinded by ambition and rancor and is consciously unpopular. Bo...

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FIFTH CREEK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

. FIFTH CRBEK MIKE. The Commissioner of Crown Landa (Hon. ff. Coles) has received the following report from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Rose warne) on the Fifth Creek Central gold, silver, and copper mine. 'Ths mine is situated in Fifth Creek about SJ mites from Adelaide, {The company htw acquired 147 scree by purchase, and have expended fully £600 in mining operations. There are numerous surface opemngB, ana in some very iair stones or copper ore have been found, but up to the present no bulk cf payable etone haB been obtained. Two tone of ore taken from the lode on arhich most of the work has been done realised at the Port Adelaide smelters 11| per cent. of copper and 45 oz. silver per ton. AsBays done by Mr. Goyder of samples that I selected yielded as follows : — 2ft-. 1. Ironstone and copper— 6i per cent, copper, 85 oz. silver. No. 2. Ironstone and copper— Si per cent, copper, C oz. 11 dwt. silver. Ko. 3. IrooBtone and copper— Ah per cent, copper, 2 oz. 15 d wt silver. Or...

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

Boots, Stationery, t&WIGG&SOJI. CHEAP BINDING, IE1CS FOR BINDING. PlCtnreeqse Atlae of Australia, In bait morocco, very * strong and handsome, 2be. each. Mode In full cloth ltmp, lettered, 3s. 63. per vol. ' ?- And all cthtr Binding equally cheap. :., Address Oases a specialty. BOOKS FOH~8l RVEIOaS. radical ~Surveyine, or Survey Work in the Colonies, by G. TV. UblU. posted *j- 2d. ' Land and Marine Su- veyiog, Roads, Railways, Cansle, Rivers, Docks acd Harbors, &c, by W. D. Eaekoll, posted 9s. 8d. Aid to Survey Practice for reference in Sarveying, Levelling, &o.. by L. D. Jackson, posted 13s. 3d. L&nd Surveyicc on the Meridian and Perpendicular System, by W. Penman, posted 8s. lOd. A Treatise en Surveying, comprising the Theory and Practice, by W. M. GiUespie, revised and enlarged by O. Staler, posted 19g. 3d. : Mineral Surveyor and Valuer's Guide, by W. lantern. posted 3s. Jfcd. Agricultural Surveying, a Practical Treatise, by John Scott, pos...

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BIRD IN HAND MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

B1RD-IN HAND MINE. The following report on the Bird in- Hand mine has been received by the Commissioner of Crown Lands from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Sosewarne):— 'This well known mine can fairly claim to be one of the pioneer gold mines of the colony, and the vigorous policy carried out is to be commended. So far, however, it cannot be said to have been re munerative to the shareholders, and one can cot help thinking that tbe profits of the mine are in tne tailings neap, xor au.cn an old established mine dressing such large quan tities of atone extra gold-saving appliances should have been added long since. Two Denny pans are now being placed in position, but if this had been dose when the battery waa in full work the returns would have been materially increased without any extra coat of labor. The mine has produced since starting 8,860 oz. of gold, and to obtain this 21,000 tons of lode atuff have been treated. It is, how ever, satisfactory to note that the bottom level pr...

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [From our own Correspondent.] London, April 3. In the eighth round of the New York ?Chess1 Tournament Mr. J. H. Blackburne, the celebrated player, beat Mr. G. H. D. ?Gossip. The Bev. Dr. HJggins, of Meath, the recently appointed Roman Catholic Coad mfni' Tftl en *vn a*\F Knnnan nroo AnnDonaafinJ - today . by the Bight Bev. Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin. The wheat cargo of the barque Spirit of the Dawn, which left Port Pirle on November 2, has been sold at 37a. 3d. Sir. J. F. Garrlck, late Agent-General for Queensland, Is returning to the colony, where he purposes making a temporary -stay. London, AprlL4, The Army Bill Introduced Into the Hungarian Diet, and providing: for addi tional expenditure on tha active and re t~ *erye forces, has been carried by a large majority. ' , ... - The liberal-Unionists : nave' adopted Mr. John Albert Bright, son of the late. memoer, as xneir candidate tor Birming ham. The Giadstonian nominee is Mr. Phipspn Beale. Her Majesty th...

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TRIAL OF TIN ORE BY MESSRS. MAY BROS.'PATENT CONCENTRATORS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

TBIAL OF TIN ORE BY MBSSRS. MA* BROS.' PATENT CONCEN TRATORS. On Thursday, Match 28, some of the directors of the Albion Tin Mining Company, Wankaroo, attended at the works of Messrs. May Bros, for the purpose of witnessing about five tons of their ore being put through the* concentrators patented by that firm. The 'visitors consisted of L£s. C» &£. Aluixhead (chairman), and Messrs. J. R. Phillips and J. H. Brockman (directors), and Mr. T. Voges ffianwfavn nt iha jwifyinamrl flanfaun Wanun of the School of Mines, was also present. An inspection of the works showed that there had been latterly considerable additions to the machinery, bo that the labor of the 70 men employed was much facilitated. Amongst otber works on which the firm were engaged were the castings necessary for. concentrator orders and other ma chinery. There was also a full sized patent crusher, a part of an order in the course of execution for the Wheal Maria copper mine. After inspecting the work done fay t...

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THE PARNELL COMMISSION. LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE PARNELL COMMIS SION. [From our own Correspondents.] London, April 3. The Parnell Commission eat again to-day Tand was entirely occupied with the speech of Sir Charles Russell, who con tinued hlB addresB from the previous day. ?'Sir Charles to-day went into the queBtlon of the crimes in Ireland, and traversed the hlstorv of these occurrences with 4 view of showing that they were not attributable to tie causes alleged t»y tiie Times. He endeavored to show that tjhe crimes were mainly agrarian, and were cot traceable to what is known aa Parasitism..

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

UUAPABINGA MIKE. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. J. Colee) has received the following report from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. Ro3ewarne) on the Unaparinga Mine : — ' On the 26th inBtant 1 visited this mine, and sow respectfully submit the following thereon :— The situation of the mine is about one and a half miles from WiUiamstown. It btbb first started in 1850, and worked under the came of the Wheal Friendship. Copper ore -was raised in limited quanties that produced as high as 45 per cent. ; but the general bulk was of a low grade, and having no machinery to dress it, the original company abandoned it. Since that several parties have worked under a system of royalty or tribute, but no regular development. was carried on, and for many years it has been idle. There are two lodes on the mine ; the principal one is running north, 10c east, whilst the other ones course is northeast. There is every likelihood of the junction of both lodes at the south end of the claim, and t...

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[From the Melbourne Herald.] LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

[From tbe Melbourne Herald.] London, April 1. The boxing match between Smith, the champion pugilist of England, and Mib chell, who recently returned from the United States, is not likely to come off to night as arranged. It Is reported that Smith has met with an accident. The offer by Dr. Beaney, of Melbourne, of a gift to the Mechanics Institute, at Canterbury, his native place, fcaa given rise to an amusing controversy, which Is at present agitating the ancient city. The offer was submitted to the committee of the institute, but was declined as being onrequircd- At a public meeting it was suggested that Dr. Beaney should build a Guild Hall and have it ornamented with a life-size portrait of himself. Dr. Beaney's agent considers the whole thing a piece of official assurance.

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[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.] LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

[From tbe Melbourne Daily Telegraph.) London, April 1. In a letter received by a friend at Sdln ' burgh, Mr. H. M. Stanley states that he met Emin Pasha on the shore of Lake Nyanza and stayed with him 26 days. The Hon. Spencer Hanbury, who re cently filed Us schedule, was' to-day - examined In the. Bankruptcy Court He stated thathehad lost £20,000 In gambling transactions.

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SIR CHARLES RUSSELL SORATION. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SIR CHARLES RUSSELL S ORATION. London, April 2. The slttlngH of the Times - Parnell Special Commission of Enquiry were resumed to day, when the c&Be for Mr. Pamell and the other defendants was en tered upon in the presence of a crowded assemblage. Sir Charles Russell, the leading counsel for the defence, opened the case in a lengthy speech lasting the whole dav. It was certainly the finest forensic effort of this generation, and has already caused a profound sensation outside as it did during its delivery in the court. Sir Charles was bitterly scathing in his remarks as to the Government and the Times. He declared that their con duct had no parallel hi history. The prosecution, he Bald, though there were only fifty- four defendants, was really an indictment of the whole Irish nation. The keynote of the Times case was a vin dictive hatred of Ireland reflected from the governing classes of England. Sir Charles warmly commented upon the con duct of the case for the Times, his r...

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Mining Intelligence. THE BAKER'S CREEK DISTRICT. THE MOUNT CARRINGTON MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

doming Intelligence THE BAKER'S CREEK DISTRICT. [By our Special Reporter.] TEE MOUNT CARRINGTON MINE. The directors of the Baker's Creek mine are largely interested in the Mount Car riogton mine, and, taking advantage of their three days' stay at Hlllgrove, some of the members of the party visited the claim. The Mount Carrington mine com prises 15 acres, situated on the side of the falls above the Baker's Creek pro perty, and a little to the south of it, being separated from the south-east boundary of the big mine by the Baker's Creek South holding. The company's original claim was Bituated some distance to the north of the Baker's Creek mine, but having secured the southern claim, they are at present working it in the hope of striking Smith's and other reefs of the baker's Greek which run in the direction of their holding. The track to the present Mount Carrie gton workings branches off the creek zigzag about 500 feet from the bop of the ravine, audits a much rougher road to travel...

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

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. Oi-it northern dependency Ib often said to live on the hope of better days to come, and certainly all who ace connected with Its fortunes have shown a confidence in its future which should alone be an im portant element towards achieving, ulti mate success. The Hon. J. L. Parsons, tbe Government Resident, Is one of the most hopeful officers we have had in con nection with the Northern Territory, and niB latest annual report nas mucn that is promising to relate, although it contains no record of very brilliant achievements. An 111- fate Beems to dog some of the most promising industries of the place, and it is to be hoped that the whistle of the locomotive on the Palmer ston and Pine Greek railway will In augurate a new era of genuine prosperity and development. The worst enemy of pastoral settlement just now Is the malignant disease known as 'red- water' which attacks cattle on the over land route from Queensland, and has proved so fatal to many herds that st...

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THE PINNACLES TRIBUTE MINE Broken Hill, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE PINNACLES TRIBUTE MINE (By Teleeraph.1 Broken HilL March 30. The erection of conoentratinj? works at tb9 FinnacleB Tribute mine is progressing, and it is expected the plant will be put in opera^on in about three weeks from now.

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