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THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. The Education Qnztltc for October contains the following notifications :— ? ? . ..APrpiN-niKKTs. Xctmg Head Teacher.— John Falrweatber: Nails worth. ' . ? ' ? ? ? Head Teachers.— John Fairwenther, GlanvHle; Charles James Henry Gent, Long Plain; Altrei Hillary Neale, Nailsworth. Locum Tennns for Head Teacher.— Emily Harriet Frosf'.. Tnntanonla. Assistants.— Clara Annetta Chesteraian, Moonta ; Francis Lymer Gratton, Currie-street'; Mary Eliza Hamence, Wallaroo Mines ; B. Ellen Monaghan, Good wood ;' Jane Elizabeth Todd, Unley. - ' Acting Assistants.— Ada Isabella Ball, Port Augusta ; Mary Temple Harris, Quorn ; Rebecca Wilson Mont gomery, North Adelaide ; Rebecca ' Wilson Mont gomery, Mount Barker ; Rebecca Wilson Montgomery, Glcnelj?. Provisional Teachers. — Emma Lock, Koolywurtic ; Adelaide Frances Maple, Mountyiew. Ixx;um Tenens for Provisional Teacher.— Ann Treloar Jacka, Blylh Scrub. Provisional Teachers on Probation. — Isabella Annie Bond, Agery ; Lilli...
Cricket. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
Cricket CRICKET NOTES. TBv Onwdokbb.1 Last week cricketers were buBV on the oval getting into form. Of theAdelaides it is unnecessary to say the Giffens haVe been at the nets, and judging by their work they should both be in excellent form for tho coming season. As a well-known critic of the game remarked 'George is in clinking form. As good form as ever I saw him in.' _ Joe Darling is batting first-rate, and judging by his form at practice he is sure to make a bold bid for the next Australian Eleven.. In fact after last year's performance no teani that leaves Australia would be com Elete without him. During the week he has een batting in his usual finestyle, jumpingout and punishing anything well pitched up. Gunn, who did exceedingly well on occasions last year, is in great punishing form this season. The Norwoods have been hard at work, and especially the 'big fellow.' Lyons has been doing wonderful hitting, practice, notwith standing that his hands have, to uso a collo quialism, ...
The Week. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
[?] The Jt.M.S. Austral is timed to reach Larga Bay 'on Tuesday. By this vessel the new Governor 'of South Australia will reach these shores, and preparations have been made to give Sir Fowell and Lady Victoria Buxton a cordial welcome to the colony. The arrange ments will to a great extent follow on the line of the ceremonial observed when on April 11, 1889, Lord Kintore reached Adelaide. On landing at Largs the viceregal . party ma ue conveyed to cue city oy ? special train ; but until the hour of the steamer's arrival is kuown, at all events approxi mately, the exact time at which North terrace will be reached cannot be fixed. There a guard of honor will be drawn up with the Militia Band, and no doubt a large gathering of citizens will assemble to welcome his Excel lency and Lady Victoria Buxton to the city. An escort will conduct them to Government House, and as soon as possible Sir Fowell will drive to the Town Hall, when the swearing-in ceremony will take place. At the steps o...
MOUNT GAMBIER CIRCUIT COURT. Mount Gambier. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
MOUNT GAMBLER CIRCUIT COURT. &nbsp; Mount Gambier. October 23. At the Circuit Court held to-day all the cases were disposed of by 1 o'clock. Mr. Justice Bundey presided, and Mr. Stuart, Crown Solicitor, prosecuted. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Frank Slavon, charged with larceny. In the case of Christopher Sharam, com- mitted from Penola on a charge of indecently assaulting Alice Jane Childs, under 14 years of age, the girl's evidence was very clear, but was uncorroborated. Mr. J. R. Anderson, of Adelaide, defended. The prisoner was ac- quitted. In the case of Ernest Reddan, committed from Millicent on a charge of indecently assaulting Evelyn Kennaway, aged 5 years, the prisoner, who was undefended, gave evi- dence on his own account, which was borne out by witnesses, and the Crown Prosecutor withdrew the charge.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Announcement! under this heading mutt be authen ticated by the name and addretsof the Mender, and ?re inserted in Tug Advertiser, Tub Express, The Chronicle, and Su7iwuxry for lingland at a single charge of Two Shilling* and Sixpence each when ?not exceeding five line* ; over five lines Sixpence far tine. (A line eontittt o/teven vcordi.) BIRTHS. DAVIS. —On the 8th October, at William-street, Clarence Park, the wife of C. H. Davis, of a daughter. BRISTOW. —On the 16th October, at Willowie, the wife of E. S. Bristow, of a son. Both doing well. WARD. —On the 16th October, at Rosewater, the wife of Zetus Ward, of a daughter. PICKERING. —On the 17th October, at East-street, Brompton, the wife of John Pickering, of a son. RILEY. —On the 24th October, at Esmond-street, Hyde Park, the wife of William Charles Riley, of a son. &nbsp; &nbsp; STRUDWICK. —On the 14th October, at Mitchell- street, Crystal Brook, the wife of F. W. Strudwick, of a son...
THE CONDEMNED WOMAN WILLIAMS. Melbourne, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THE CONDEMNED WOMAN WILLIAMS. Melbourne. October 18. Emma Williams, sentenced to death for the murder of her little boy, appeared before Mr. Justice Hodges at the Criminal Court to-day when an application was made for a stay of her execution on the ground that the prisoner is quick with child. A long argument took place on the point as to whether the applica- tion must be made before judgment was pro- nounced, but his Honor decided that until the Executive had fixed a time and place of execution the court was bound to hear the ap- plication. He ordered a medical examination, and Drs. Shields, Balls Headley, and Hooper were sworn in, and examined the prisoner in the jury room. They reported to the court that they had examined the woman to-day and &nbsp; on Sunday last, and found that she was not pregnant with quick child. His Honor said he did not propose to make the order, and the matter stood as it did before the application was made. Melbourne, October 2L &nbsp; Th...
THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
THE SOUTH-EAST. Reporting on the south-eastern district Mr, T. H. Williams states during the quarter & sheep had been imported, and 3,445 were ex ported, while he had inspected 55,430 sheep travelling through the district and at sales. 'Stomach and intestinal worms are again making their appearance among 'the lambs in certain localities where they were early in the year. Lime and sulphur, mixed in equal quantities with water, and administered as a drench, has been tried with satisfactory re sults by Mr. John Cameron, of Wattle Range Station.' With respect to lice and tick the inspector reports that there appears to be an. improvement as compared with last season. On runs, farms, and at sales 4,590 cattle were inspected, 920 of which were milch cows. Owing to the severity of the winter and the dearth of nourishing food many cattle had. suffered from indigestion, debility, and various other complaints arising through priva tion, exposure, &c, and many deaths had oc cur...
MR. HOLDER AT GLADSTONE. Gladstone, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
MR. HOLDER AT GLADSTONE. Gladstone, October 25. The Hon. F. W. Holder lectured in the Town Hall to-night to a good audience on the State Advances Biil. He traversed the various clauses of the Bill, bringing his re marks up to date. He met with an exceedingly good reception, and had his audience with him from the start. The mayor occupied the chair, and the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Mr. J. MacLachlan, M.P., and the Hon. A. Catt, M.P., wore present. A number of questions were .answered by Me Holder. Mr. Catt apologised for the absence of the Hon. J. H. Howe, M.P. Mr. Coe moved, and Mr. McDougall seconded, a vote of thanks to the Treasurer, which was carried with acclamation.
THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
THE NORTH. Reporting on the north, Mr. M. G. Mbrria stated that he had travelled 2,965 mOes during the quarter. He had inspected 1,702 cattle from Queens]audi-lijifip-*oHi Northern Terri tory, 4,71)2 low kittle, 22,640 sheep, 3S& uOnSfc #^ti^ iMJaels, besides bis district examinations. Pleuro had again developed in » mob of Lake Nash cattle after re-entering the colony, but the drover by shooting 17 head of suspicious beasts kept it from spreading through the mob, One case of tuberculoaw bad broken out at Port Augusta and the cow was destroyed.
SOUTH-EASTERN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION. Mount Gambier, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
SOUTH-EASTERN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION. Mount Gombier. October 25. The exhibition in connection with the south eastern schools was held to-day in the Agri cultural Society's Hall, and will be continued to-morrow. The exhibits are very numerous and good. There was also a floral exhibition and drill competition between the boys attending the several schools represented. The Kingston train brought 106 scholars, the Xarracoorto rain 204, Bordertown 45, and the Beachoort train 242. There was a total of 597 scholars, and a large number of parents and friends were present. Tonight the schools concert took place in the institute, and all the available space was filled. A supplementary concert with a Bimilar programme was held in the Town Hall, which was also crowded. The affah' was a great success. The Inspector General of Schools (Mr. Hartley) gave a brief address and declared the exhibition open. The mayor welcomed the visiting children and parents on behalf of the town, and Mr. Watson, as cha...
STATION MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
STATION MANAGEMENT. Writing in the Australasian Pastoralists' Ecvicw on station management, 'Merino' says :— ' The stock is the first consideration and on a sheep station require more or less attention during the year, according to con ditions of country. Unfortunately now, in some of the older settled districts, worms have become a source of loss and trouble, necessi tating work hitherto unnecessary and making successful management more difficult. Fire is the greatpurifier, andhurningoff portionsof run every yearasfaras practicable, with drainage of all wet low-lying ground, should never be lost sight of, and a plentiful supply of a good sheep lick keep in every paddock. In fairly sound country the last is generally found sufficient to keep sheep in health, the lambs only requir ing drenching. A great fault ou many stations is the shortness of the Bait troughs, 8 or 10 ft. being often deemed sufficient for a paddock with from 1,200 to 1,500 sheep in it. Twenty ft. of troughing per ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
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QUARTERLY STOCK REPORTS. THE CENTRAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
QUARTERLY SIOGK REPORTS. THE CENTRAL DISTRICT. In his quarterly report on the stock in the central district Mr. R. J. Needham says : — 'The rains during tho past quarter have been so far unsatisfactory. The feed, which got a good start in many parts of the district, has ruu prematurely to seed for want of further moisture, and tho same thing may be said of the crops, which are beginning to fail. To the east and north-east very little rain has fallen, the stock are beginning to suffer, the stock routes are bare of feed, and the outlook for the summer is very gloomy. The lambing appears to have been about an average one, and in the better watered parts of the district the number of lambs dropped is more than the average, but this has been very much discounted ty losses in the drier parts. I regret to state that I cannot report more favorably upon the flocks with regard to tick. Numbers of sheep have been infested with the parasite, and the en forcing of the dipping regulations over su...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS. FROM 1836 TO 1895. CAPTAIN HINDMARSH TO SIR FOWELL BUXTON. SOME BIOGRAPHICAL REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS. FROM' 1836 TO.1S95. CAPTAIN HINDMARSH TO SIR FOWELL BUXTON. SOME BIOGRAPHICAL REMINIS CENCES. Although it is now nearly 59 years since South Australia was proclaimed a British pro vince there are still quite a goodly number of colonists who have lived through the adminis tration of every Governor from Admiral Sir John Hindmarsh to the last and longest term of ofiice of Mr. Way, which was brought to an end by the arrival of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fowell Buxtou on Tuesday morning. There is now in tho House of As semblv a treutleman who came to Adelaide in H.M.S. Buffalo with Captain Hindtuarsh, and who has ever since made his home in South Australia. It is worthy of special mention, indeed, that Sir Powell Buxton's life is only a very few months short of the period during which this colony lias had a place in history, and this fact should have the effect of increas ing the interest which is mutually felt in each other by the people and the Governor. The ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The position in the country is anything bu* satisfactory at the present time, and both agri culturists andpastoralists are beginning to look forward to one of the worst seasons experi enced in the colony for many years past. For weeks a change in the weather has been eagerly looked for, but day after day the sun rises like a coal of fire, and both pasture and wheat crops are gradually drying up. It appears as if the wheat will ripen this year without any rain to fill out the berries, with the result that what grain there is will be a shrivelled sample. Over a good area now farmers have commenced haymaking, and every effort is being made to cut as much as possible before it is too late. With the pastoralist the position is even worse, as all pasture went to seed prematurely — where there was any at all— and even where the prospects were fairly promising there will be absolutely no feed at all before the commence ment of the new year. From the country to the east o...
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. Laura, October 24. — The long-continued dry weather is having a disastrous effect on the crops, which are looking anything but promis ing. Should the present dry weather continue some farmers will have no crop at all. The green 'feed also is rapidly drying up, which is a bad lookout for the stock. Redhill, October 24.— The farmers are busy haymaking, a large area being cut, as the market for chaff is firm, and is thought will pay better than wheat. On some farms the hay crop is well grown, and going over two tons to the acre, whilst on others it is short and thin. Had this district been favored with late rains the wheat yield would have been a heavy one, as the crops were looking well a month back. Under present circumstances the result will be considerably affected. Burra, October 25. — On account of the con tinued dry weather, matters are in a very serious state in this district; to the east of Burra one can travel for hundreds of miles without seeing a ...
Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
£ttbltB. 'Short, Sharp, Shiny.' Lucky 25,508 ! Gold at Lobethal. Gold at Blumberg. A bridegroom of 31. Silver 31Vg-i. per oz. Fire at Broken Hill. A gay octogenarian. Suicide of a nobleman. The Warobnga fatality. Garotting in Melbourne. A child scalded to death. Cart accident near Bruce. Suicide near Boseworthy. A large fire at Frem'antle. High treason in Germany. Broken Hill water supply. Destructive fire in Poland. E-abbit plague at Cockburn. Return of Archdeacon Fair. Sir James Patterson ia dead. Mr. W. K. Siinms back again. Russian diplomacy — duplicity. A tragedy on Thursday Island. Seizure of jewellery in Sydney. % Defeat of the French Ministry^ Marco won the Cambridgeshire. Worry kills more men than war. Eight hundred Spaniards killed. A nne return at the New Chum. A tremendous jump proves fatal. Two houses blown up in London. £11,000 worth of butter going out. A farmer's wife killed near Bruce. Parsons beat the world's champion. Inquest on Mr. Thomas Drummond. Sir Henry Park...