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

IN THE CITY. In Ifae city itself and tbe Buburbs the fall has not been so great as in some other parts of tbe country, but a tteady fall was nevertheless experienced. Several slight showers fell during Monday, and towards evening the rain brean to set in steadily. It continued with a steady downpour all sight, and by 9 o'clock on Tuesday morning the rain trauges showed 2*207 inches.. Tne watertables were flooded in every direction, sometimes beyond thair carrying power. Towards noon there was a decided abatement, and much of the water that bad accumulated was cleared away. The suburban districts received a good share of the fall right up to the hills.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Before. Mr. F. J. Sanderson, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

TrjESDAY. Apbil 2. [Before. Mr, F. J. Sanderson, S M.I James Weston was again charged on re mand with criminally assaulting Eliza beth Ann Luckman at Port Adelaide on March 27. Mr. MacDiarmid prosecuted, and Mr. G. M. Dempster defended. A3 on the previous day the case was heard with cliaed doors. Mrs. Luckman stated that when her daughter arrived borne on the rr.gat ol the assault sbe made no direct complaint to her, .although she said that she felt unwell. Oa the following night her daughter told her that ' Jim' had assaulted her. Shortly after Wes ton came 'home he hinted the occurrence to her and said that he would like to marry the girl. She told him that he should never marry her daughter. Mr. Luckman stated thit on Thursday pight Weston called him outside and said be was willing to marry ths girl. Told him he would never allow {him to do so. Wos ton never tnentioned the subject of marriage previously, but on the contrary he gave him to understand that he was keeping company wi...

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MONDAY, APRIL 1. (Before Mr. F. J. Sanderson. S.M) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Monday. Apbil 1. (Before Mr. F. J. Sanderson. S.M ) James Western was charged on remand with violently assaulting and ravishing Elizabeth Ann Luckman at Port Adelaide on March 27. Mr. Piper prosecuted, and Mr. G. W. Dempater defended, Elizabeth Luckman stated that she was walking along Commercial road in the direction of Alberton unattended on Wednesday evening. The defendant came up unawares and knocked her down near Honey s timber yard. He cuminally assaulted her, and after he had effected his purpose he kiesed her and said it was the only way by which he could get her. She told her mother about the assault on the following night. Tbe defendant had been staying with her parents for the last eight wet kg, During the time he was living in the houee he cleaned her boots and kissed her on several occasions. A week previous to the assault he prefented her with a handkerchief. Oa the night preceding he offered her an engagement ting, but she told him that she wanted neither hiiu nor the...

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BULL'S CREEK, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

BULL'S CREEK. Apart, 1. ' Yesterday toe Rev. A.. J. Ba.ct conducted two services here, the evening one being a fare well to hia congregation, as ho hai been craas. ferred to Broken Hill — Tae deputation who waited on the Minister of £ sucation respecting a teacher's residence and other improv-dmeats here have not yet received a reply. Lt tae if ply is, unfavorable the mitter will be ur^el . upon tbe Government again.

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Country News. BALAKLAVA, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

(Ecuntrg |to0. [FrJtm our own Correspondents,] ' BAJ'AKLAVA, Apbii, 1, i Tbe Iccal ekavuig rink nas afforded tae mam source of evening recreation during the last aix month?, and if tha patronage bestowed during the summer be an indication of how popular rinkicg will be in the winter the approaching season should be an exceedingly successful one. Tbe Bummer season closed ?n Friday evening last witn aranoy areas oarmvai, wmon louotr ing so closely on the exhibition given by Pro fessor Agin ton on March 23 proved a decided success. About 300 persons were present, of whom about 50 in costume occupied the floor. Tbe skaters thoroughly enjoyed themjelves, and many of them endorsed Professor Aginton's opinion taac the fi -or u tha smoothest in the colocy.

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KADINA, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

KADIXA. AP3IL 1. Just after 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon a thunderstorm occurred, the rain and very large' haiUtones coming down with great force ; a few miles out of the town no rain fell. — Valedictory services were the order of the day in most of the churches on Sunday. Messrs. £W. Jarrett (Primitive Methodist), P. Knight (Wesley an), and Bullock (Bible Christian) will bid farewell to their respective {aggregations during the coming week, — Agricultural pucsutis ara being pushed on vigorously, — Professor Agintpn, styled ' The modern Mercury and champion skater of the world,' gave an exhibition of his skill on Wednesday evening last at the local rink- There were a large number of residents present, and tbey thoroughly enjoyed the Wonderful featB of the skater. — On Thursday evening, March 23, Borne 30 gentlemen met in the council chamber, at the invitation of Gap tain] F. F. Wholohan, of the Volunteer Force, for the purpose of reorganising the present local company. The mayor (M...

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HAWKER, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

HAWKER. Apsil 1. Three months to day we bad a rain of 3£ inches, and en February 26 and 27 nearly halt an inch fell; from then till now day after day the rain threatened, but did not fall, bat to day it corcmenctd in earnest. — I do not know whether any inference can be drawn from the following tacts, but tacts they ara :— Caa ant;, always a nuisance; are especially busy this season, and instead of piling a little mound around the entrance to their neats they are mealiog- the grain and taking it balow. Tae evaporation from the darns and tanks, especially during the Ia3t three or tour weeks, has been very marked, and the flies are much more numerous and annoying tnaii usual. — Before Christmas we were greatly conventenced by the Government running a goods train on alternate days with the ordinary train, so tbat dwellers north of Pert Augusta could go aoutb, eay on the Monday, do their basiaesa oa Tuesday, and return on Wednesday, and bo on for the other alternate days. Nor, however, ...

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THE RECENT RACING SCANDAL. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THB RECENT RACING SCANDAL. w - I From our own Correspondent,] Lobdon, March 29. Tbe action brought by Charles Wood, the jockey, against the proprietors of the Licensed, Victuallers' Qazette to recover damages for a libel alleging that' Wood had 'pulled' a hone named' Success, when running at Lewis and Alexandra Paik at the beginning of last year, has been withdrawn from the Court of Appeal, to which it was referred. The defendants appealed againBt the verdict of the ]ury, who, when the case was before the Queen's Bench Division, awarded one farthing damages with costs. Mr. Matthews, the Home Secretary, who appeared for the defendants, advised his clients to endeavor to deprive the plaintiff of his costs, on the ground that; the amount of damages awarded by the jury showed that in their opinion the libel was only a technical one. The case has now been settled ont of court. The action against Lord Durham, who had made a similar charge against Wood, has also been compromised. It is pro...

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THE NEW YORK CHESS TOURNAMENT. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE NEW YORK CHESS TOURNAMENT. [From our own Correspondent. | London, March 29. At the New York Chess Tournament yesterday Mr. G. H. D. Gossip played hiB fourth round, which, like the first and third roundb, was a draw. The contest Is exciting keen interest. London, March 30. Another round in tne Jxew lorn caess congresB waa played today, when Mr. GoBsipwhowaB lately in Australia, won hte game. London, Apru 3. The seventh .round of the American CheeB Congress wa» played at New York yesterday. Mr. H. D. Gossip waa de ie&tec. . - r\ r\ A

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THE FIRE AT CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE FJRE AT CRYSTAL BROOK. Tbe inhabitants of Ciyatal Brook were Btaitled between 2 and 3 o'clock on Sunday morning by loud cries of fire, A crowd quickly gathered, when it was found Mr. James Park's greengrocery and bakery establish ment was a prey to the devouring element. People were helpless to do very much at first, as although the town its hlecst with a water service the council have had to shut oS the water at night in order to fill the reservoir tank for the daily consumption. A fire-plug stood immediately in front of the burning shop, but for the reason stated there waa no water. Buckets were brought from all quar ters, but the nearest ram-water tank being some diBtance away very little good could be done by this meanB, Meanwhile the fire had quickly spread to the butcher's shop, which was nnder the same roof, and also occupied by Mr. Parks. Messrs. S. F. Olaridge & Son's general store — a fine large building, newly erected — adjoinB the butcher's shop, tbe one wall...

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Telegraphic News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Mth%t$$tx£ $tto& GENERAL CABLE NEWS. {From ocr own Correspondent. I London, March 28. The Trafalgar's wheat cargo, from Sydney December 4, has been sold off coast at 35a. 9d. London, March 29. Captain Rice and the officers of the B ri tiah ironclad Snltan, 9,290 tons, which was temporarily attached to the Mediterranean fleet and on March 7 -was wrecked in a gale off Malts, have been tried by coarb martial. The verdict has not publicly transpired. Mr. Charles Santley, the famous Eng lish baritone, will Ball fcr Adelaide by the Oceana on Friday. The Italian and French Governments are arranging for the establishment of commercial reciprocal relations between their respective countries. The United States Senate have declined to sanction the appointment of Mr. Marat Halstead, editor to the Cincinnati Com mercial, as Minister for Germany, where It waa first intended to send Mr. John KasBon, who occupied the same posb some years ago. London, March 30. Charles Wood, the jockey, has ...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. WILLUNGA, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondents.! OTTTiT.TTNriA A««l K Mrs. Thomas Culley, an old resident, was found drowned in a large slate tank this morning. She was universally esteemed. PORT AUGUSTA, April 5. Arrived— Barque Jean Pierre, from New castle, with coals. The weather is again threatening for rain.

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DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE CZAR. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

DYNAMITE CONSPIEACY AGAINST THE CZAR, rFrom our own GorresDoadent.i Londojt, March 29. Numerous arrests have been made in connection with the discovery of a secret bomb factory at Zurich, Switzerland, from which Russian Nihilists were proved to nave been supplied with bombs. The arrests have disclosed the existence of a huge conspiracy, the most formidable vet discovered for compassing the death of the Ozar and his Ministry by dynamite. The discovery of a secret bomb factory *t Zurich, Switzerland, from which Russian Nihilists were supplied on a large scale with bombB, has led to an In vestigation, which shows that the plot had ramifications throughout! Russia. Agents were posted at different places on the route traversed by the Czar, and were supplied with explosives to be used against his Majesty. The Information in possession of the police points to a series of attempts, previously undiscovered, on the lives of tie Czar and high officials. Acting on information supplied by some o...

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

SPORTING. Mr. William Gordon has again entered the racing arena as a trainer, and has secured very spacious premises in Hume-Btreet, close to Hutt Btreet, in which he haB erected a number of new boxes, 'The premises consist of the large building SO by 80 feet, formerly used by Mr. Chapman, the contractor, and as the roof is supported by beams 60 feet long a clear space 60 by 60 feet without a sinele noat intecveninar is available for exercising hones on a tan floor under cover. tThe new boxes, eight in number, extend down two sides of the structure, and there is ample room for the erection of otherB if required, The place iB lofty and well ventilated. Water is laid on. and the drains are connected with the main sewers, bo that everything about the stables can be kept sweet and clean. Besides the boxes there are boys' rojmB- harness, and feed rooms and other conveniences, and large lofts for the storage of.hay, &c Ingress to the stables is afforded by very large sliding gates...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF A SEAMAN. Port Pirie, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SUDDEN DEATH OF A SEAMAN. fBv TeleeraDh.1 Port Pirie. Adi-LI 5. A fader on board the steamer Ohan, from Kew Zealand, who had been ailing for' some time past, dropped dead yesterday morning just before the arrival of the vessel. The de ceased was an able seaman, S2 years of age, a native of London, and named George Davy.

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THE LATE JOHN BRIGHT. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE LATE JOHN BRIGHT. fFrom our own Correspondent,! London. March 29. The Marquis of Salisbury delivered y«steeday ia the House of Ljrda a powerful eulogium on the late John Slight. Be ascribed to the dacsasai statesman qualities svMch made him one of the moat memorable figures of the century, and one whose fortune it was to have bequeathed aa example of patriotism, unseldehness, and political honesty that would be lastingly remem bered. He excelled, in the highest kind of oratory— simple bub powerful, direcb to bluntness, but stil artistic. Mr. Bright, his lordship added, was the finest orator ?of the generation, and had contributed on memorable occasions to uphold the name, fame, and, above all, the integrity of tha Empire. Her Majesty the Qusen has sent a meBSRge of condolence to the friends of Mr. Bright. London*,. March 30. Jn the Honse of Commons, which wa3 crowded last night, glowing eulogies on the late John Bright were pronounced in succession by the Right Hon. W. H. Smith,...

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WASLEYS, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

WASLEY3. MiBCH 29. During the past fortnight the local team of cricketers have had to submit to severe defeats at tbe hands of tbe Mallala and Agricultural College teams. Mallala made 16:- runs, of which J. H. Snell contributed 75 not out by sterling cricket; whilst Wasleys made 14. The Agricultural College scored 230. the feature of the innings being the spleudfd battrcg of J. D. Holbrook for 150 not out; Wasleys scored 37.— Oar usually quiet to wa- sbip faaB presented a lively appearance during the past fortnight, teams and men being actively ecgaged on the miin road. Farmers have also being bringing in large quantities of wheat, besides chaff and wood.

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MESSRS. MOULDEN AND HANDYSIDE AT ROBE Robe, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MESSRS. MOULDEN AND HANDY SIDE AT ROBE [By Telesraoh.1 .Robe, April -5. xue lutiuuera ior tue. district ot AlDert. Messrs. B. A. Moulden and A. D. Handyside. were entertained at the Institute last evening, there being a large attendance of electors. The members gave an acconnt of their stewardship for the past year and were enthusiastically re ceived. A most ?pleasant evening was spent.

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ENGLAND AND GERMANY. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

ENGLAND AND GER MANY. (Prom our own Correspondent,] London, March 29. Js the result of consultations which Count Herbert Bismarck, the German Foreign Minister, has lately had with the British Premier, Lord . Salisbury, in London on matters affecting the colo nial policy of their respective countries, Including the East African and Samoan questions, and on their rapprodiement has been arrived at. Sir E. B. Malet, the British Ambassador at Berlin, has entertained the Emperor William and the Empress at a banquet The attitude of Lord Salisbury towards Count Herbert BlBmarck la described as snort cordial. The Emperor William has notified his intention of visiting England officially, and he will probably then be reconciled to his uncle, the Prince of Wales, a coolness having existed between them since the death of the Emperor ? Frederick. ^^_ ?

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THE RECENT FLOODS. [By Telegraph.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE RECENT FLOODS. (By Telegraph.1 The Railway Commissioners etate taat tne Kapunda and Morgan railway line has been restored, and passenger and other traffic ts now proceeding as tunal. There axe still two breaks on the Port Wakefield and Kadina section, the first beiug ju3t outside of the port, and the other between Hoyleton and BIyth. Passengers, however, are being transferred over the breaks, and it is hoped that communi cation will shortly be reBtorea. The floods on the River Light at Kapuaaa literally swept everything- before them. The large bridges over the Light connecting Kapuoda with Truro and Greenock respec tively were completely destroyed, so that trade and communication with theee important dis tracts, on which Kapunda relied a good deal, are temporarily interrupted. The destruction of the bridge on the Truro-road interrupts the growing flux traffic with the Barrrsr and Dry Creek. Besides these the In wood - road bridge and the Han&borosgb bridge on the Eudutid...

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