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WOOL, STOCK, AND PRODUCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
W00Lr STOCK,' AND PRODUCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EXPORTS. The wool season is now at its height at Port Adelaide. The stores are working at full pressure both night and day to keep pace with the arrivals by rail, road, and sea. The ordinary wool stores are full to overflowing, and several other buildings arc being tem porarily used for storing wool. In fact the situation is abnormal, and the accumulations on hand have probably only been surpassed in 1890, when many thousands of bales were blocked by the great maritime strike. All round the coast) there is an outcry about the difficulty in getting wool away, and when it arrives at the Port things are not much better. Several causes have operated to produce the present position. In the first place the local sales are being much more largely patronised than in former yeara, the effect being to throw clips into the warehouses which would iu other years have gone direct to the steamer or the sailer which was to convey them to London. Further, ...
CHRIST CHURCH, MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
CHRIST CHURCH, MOUNT BARKER. At a meeting of the patronage committee of Christ Church, Mount Barker, on Monday evening it was decided (says the Courier) to extend a unanimous invitation to the Rev. John Warren, of Clarendon, to fill the position of rector of the Mount Barker Anglican parish, rendered vacant by the removal of tho Rev. J. Lumsden to Port Augusta. Mr. Warren, who nreached to a srood ooncrreca tion at Christ Church on Sunday evening, has intimated his willingness to accept the in cumbency. The matter of the parishioners' choice has been referred to the Bishop of Ade laide with a view to obtaining his lordship's approval » ?' ? Our Mount Pleasant correspondent writes: — 'Bishop Harmer paid his first visit to this township, and held services both here and at Springton on Sunday, the 27th inst. Twenty one candidates were presented for confirmation, 16 at Mount Pleasant and five at Springton. Thero were very large attendances at ooth churches. The Rev. J. Stuart Wayland ass...
ANGLICAN CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
ANGLICAN CHARGES. The Rev. W. D. Bussell, who will from November 1 bo in sole charge of the River Murray mission, will be succeeded as incum bent of Christ Church, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. Alfred Wheeler, M.A., who for some time past has b&en in charge of the Narra coorte mission. The Rev. John Lutnsdon, who has gone to Port Augusta to take the place of the Rev. W. S. Hoperaft, now in charge of St John's, Adelaide, will be suc ceeded by the Rev. John Warren. The dis trict of Coromandel Valley, Clarendon, &c.,. of which Mr. Warren has had the control for nearly two years, has been placed under the supervision of the Rev. K. W. Pobjoy, now assistant curate at St John's, Adelaide.
CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYABT DISTRICT MEETING. The Southern District Synod commenced its sessions on Tuesday morning, October 29, in the Pirie-street lecture-hall. After devotional exercises the ex-president (the Rev. J. B. Stephenson) welcomed the president of the Conference (the Rev. H. H. Teague) to the district. The latter expressed pleasure at the presence of the Revs. C. H. Ingamells, J. Perry, J. Read, A. P. Burgess, and S. Stephens, who had come iuto the district during the year. There were also present tne Revs. T. Raston, C. Lane, T. Lloyd, H. T. Burgess, C. H. Goldsmith, J. Allen, J. B. Stephenson, C. T. Newman, J. Berry, J. Y. Simpson, and J. HaBlam— the first now the senior minisiter of the Conference, the others all former occupants of the presidential chair— also the Revs. T. Edmeades, J. Leggoe, P. C. Thomas, W. B. Mather, W. H. Hanton, J. W. Mouland, W. A. Bainger, E.' Barber, G. Hall, W. G. Clarke, J. C. Hill, and C. H. Nield. Dispensations were granted to the Re...
THE STRATHALBYN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
THE STRATHALBYN SHOW. Under very satisfactory circumstances the annual show in connection with the Strath albyn Agricultural Society was held on the local show grounds on Friday week. The weather was fine, the season was favorable, and there were about 3,000 people present. This has always been a prominent country show, and this 'year proved no exception to tho rule, but for the fact that with horse stock the entries were more numerous. The Bociety is fortunate in having in Mr. W. D. Stephenson a most energetic secretary, and his efforts, combined with the excellent judgment of a good committee, have done much to place the body in a substantial position financially. An effort is always made at Strathalbyn to render the Bhow as attractive as possible, and under these conditions it is not surprising that a great number of people living in the city avail themselves of this opportunity of visitine the country. A special train left Adelaide on Friday morning for Strathalbyn, and amongst ...
MINLATON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
MINLATON SHOW. The Central Yorke's Peninsula Agricultural Society held its annual show on the Exhibi tion Grounds on October 23, and it proved in every respect a pronounced success. The sec retary, Mr. D. G. Teichelmaun, and committee worked hard to bring the proceedings to a suc cessful issue. There were about 1,500 people on tho ground, and the takings were consider ably more than last year, nearly all the Penin sula towns being represented. For tho pre ceeding week the weather had been very warm, and Wednesday morning proved no exception to the rule, but being favored with a cool south-westerly breeze in the afternoon the outing was very pleasant foe tho visitors. The publican's booth and other refreshment stalls did a brisk trade, while the sideshows provided entertainment for the eye and ear. In the pavilion the display waa better than last year, though in some linea tho competition was not so keen. Mr. O. G. Rechncr had a grand assortment of Baddlery and harness, while Mr. Mar...
FIRES NEAR KADINA. Kadina, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
FIRES NEAR KADINA. Kadina, October 25. The weather has . been extremely oppressive to-day, a hot north wind blowing. Two fires are reported, one in the viiinity of . the Mponta railway line, and theotherabout two miles north of Kadina. The latter did injury 4o a small blockbolder, bis reaping machine being destroyed. A haystack narrowly escaped destruction. Twenty parrots have been purchased by -a Xiiverpool politician, 'who is going to train them in ParfiamentaTy procedure and set them upinimitwtionof -the Imperial Houses, -aocord- ?ing to a paper of that city.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
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THE KINGSTON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
_: THE KINGSTON SHOW. Kingston people were lucky in having fine ?weather for their show on 'Wednesday, Octo ber 23. There was a good attendance and competition in Btock, especially hacks and croES-country hunters, wee keen. The exhibits in flowers were poor, and the inside show generally showed availing off compared with past years. Appended is the prize list : — Horses. — Judge, Mr. J. HalL Draught entire. Copping Bros.; H. Searles. Draught brood mare, H. Searles ; James Poole. Draught marc or gelding in harness, H Dibdcn ; H. Dibden. Pair plough horses, ' H. JDibden ; J. Kelly. Four horses in waggon, H. Dibden. Trolly horse in harness, H. JDibden; Cameron. Two years and under draught colt or -filly. Copping Bros. Blood entire, G. Domaschenz ; J. F. Byder. Blood brood mare, J. T. Byder ; T. G. Bryan. -Blood colt or filly., G. Inrfiani- Copping Bros. Fourteen-stone hack, D. UcQUuvray ; Robert eon Bros. Pair ponies in harness, W. A. Pinches ; , W. Hutchinson. Twelve-stone hack, J. F....
CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
CHURCH I3StTELLIGE:NCS. WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETINGS. The Southern ? District Synod continued its; sessions on Thursday morning. The Pre sident reported tha.t Dr. Gault h;id kindly consented to act as honorary medical referee. At 11.30 the Synod adjourned for the purpose of attending the levee aud presenting an ad dress to hi3 Excellency. On resuuiihg1, the candidates for 'the ministry were subjected to a searching theological examination conducted by the Kev. J. Berry. After each case had bsen carefully considered, Mr. W. Corleiy Butler was heartily recommended for recep tion by the Conference. Mr. James Lloyd H.islam, of the Kent Town circuit, received tho high honor, especially under present cir cumstances, of a unanimous vote. A question of ministerial character occupied the re mainder of the session. The final session of the Southern District Syuod of the '\Ves!eyan Methodist Church wa9 held on Friday. Tho Rev. S. Stephens was recommended to be continued a third year on probation...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
IMPOUNDINGS. [Fi-o.ii the Government Gazette of October 31.1 HAWKER, John Siegmaiic— Red-and-white cow, branded like V near loin ; red heifer, while face, white under belly, if branded not visible ; rod cow, white under belly and fianka, branded like N front of near hip; red heifer, white under belly, if branded not visible. To be sold November 11. QUORN, John Roberts— Black cart mare, -white down face, near hind foot white, collar-marked, branded like fid[ near shoulder. To be sold No vember 22. CAURIETON, John Hehir, jun.— White heifer, about two years old, wooien yoke on, if branded not visible. To be sold November 7. HUNDRED W IlIS DMARSH, section 239 (nearest post-o9ice, Tantanoula), William Seebohm— Brown horde, aged, white on face, both hind feet white, branded like 5 diamond S or 5 near shoulder. To be sold November 11. STAKSBURV, Henry Martin— Bay filly, white face, hind feet white, about two years old, if branded not risible. To be toil No; ember 2ti. W1UJAS1ST0WK, Mount G...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. lit. 3. Herbert Cook ?, C.E., grind master of the I.O.O.F., arrived at Petersburg recently, and was met at the station by several members of the Junc tion Lodsa. . In the evening mem berg sat down to a dinner in honor of his official visit. After the usual loval toasts had been hoanrcJ, the D.D.G.M. (Bio. W. H. Hill) proposed the toast of tbe I.O.O.F. and the Grand ixA^n of South Australia. In re sponse, Grand Master Bio. Cooke thanked the brethren for the cordial welcome they had given to him, and expressed his satisfaction at the progress the lodirc had made. The Boaietv's vearlv return showed that they wera gradually roachihj that desired financial position which the U.L. of Victoria, New .South Wales, and New Zealand had attained. It would not, he said, be desirable to reduce the con tributions to the scale adopted by other societies, but on the contrarj- other societies would have to in crease theirs to the same as charged by the 1.0 O.F. Indeed, it was a no...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. PROCLAMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. * Thursday, October 31. PKOCLAjrATIONS. Murkaby to be a polling-place for the electoral district of Burra. The Corporation of Quorn during its leaso of the Quorn waterworks to have all the rights, powers, and privileges vested in and exercisable by the Commissioner of Water-* works. Monday, November 11, to bs observpd as a public holiday in celebration of the anniversary of the birth of ll.H.H. the Prince of Wales. APPOINTMENTS. Thomas Frederick Wicksteed, secretary and accountant to the Agent-General, to be registrar of stock in the office of the Agent Geueral for South Australia in London. TESl'iERS ACCEPTED. Works and Buildings Department. Erection of an infants' classroom at tho public school, Glenclg— 1\ Flicker, £4.99.
THE NEW GOVERNOR. ARRIVAL OF SIR T. F. BUXTON. A SPLENDID WELCOME. CROWDS LINE THE PIERS. THE OFFICIAL GREETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
TIE: MM; GOfEMOR ARRIVAL OF SIR T. F. BUXTON. A SPLENDID WELCOME. CROWDS LINE THE PIERS. THE OFFICIAL GREETING. If his Excellency the Governor is not the only link which binds South Australia to Great Britain be is at least the outward and visible sign of the Imperial connection, 'and — as Buch he is welcomed and esteemed by all loyal subjects of her Majesty the Queen. There was a time when the functions he performed were of a more important character than those which vest inhimat present, foruntilresponsible government wasgrauted to the province he was the real head of the State, and his personality stamped itself deeply upon the administration. Now, except in matters of purely Imperial concern, he is but the mouthpiece of his Ministers, even the prerogative of pardon having l«en transferred from his Excellency to the Executive. Still, the personal charac teristics of the representative of Majesty are of very great interest to South Australia, for if his influence in things politic...
DEATH OF MR. H. C. SCARFE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
DEATH OF MR. H. G. SCARFE. After a brief illness Mr. Henry Cornelius Scarfe passed away on Weduesday evening, and by his death South Australia has lost another old and esteemed colonist. Bom in 1816 at Bury St.- Edmunds, Suffolk. Mr. Scarfe arrived in the colony in May, 1S54, in the barque Leuconia, and for some time carried on business iu North Adelaide. He subsequently went to Strathalbyn aild thence to Port Elliot, where in March, 1859, he was appointed clerk of the Local Courts of Port Elliot and Goolwa, which ofHce he tilled with great ability for 27 years. Mr. Scarfe was for many years closely associated with tempe rance work and the first Band of Hops* established in South Australia acknowledged him as its founder. Also a staunch Rechabite, he was one of the founders of tho Northern Star tent, Port Adelaide, of which he was a member up till the time of his death. Through the policy of retrenchment resolved on by tho Government of the day he retired from the Government Service...
WASLEYS INSTITUTE. Gawler, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
WASLEYS INSTITUTE* ft Gawler, October 25. &T-- The new institute at Wasleys was openedon ; Wednesday last, and again, as on the occasion ? of laying the foundation-stone on September 4, the people of Wasleye and neighborhood '?-; decided to fittingly commemorate the occasion. The building wul accommodate about 240 people, and was built of stone raised 5i in the vicinity, the total cost of the :- institute and its furniture amounting to &hn»f-. £2fiO. When the foundation-stone was laid the senior member for Yatala was asked to perform the ceremony, while on the present occasion the junior member, Mr. W. Gilbert, M.P., had the post of honor. A large crowd collected at 3 o clock on Wednes day afternoon, the time fixed for the opening ceremony, among those present being the members for Yatala and the Hon. W. Russell, M.L.C. The President of the Institute (Mr. S. Paynfcer) in calling upon Mr. Gilbert to open the building, said had it been erected 10 .years ago they would ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
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EVANS'S FLEXIBLE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895
EVANS'S FLEXIBLE GATE. Our illustration of the Sate herewith is taken from the Affricultural Journal, a Cape Town publication, which also states that the new gate dispensesjentirely.with.tbe usual four-cornered frame, iB an entirely new departure in gate-building, and ia fche correct principle upon which all gates should be built for durability. The inherent weakness and -defect in' the -old-fashioned gate iB right here— the four-cornered franiei— and it is' odd that, nobody seems hitherto to have been able to perceive jnst where 'the trouble lay, or indeed able to conceive a gate built without the inherent weakness inseparable from a rigid four-cornered frame of wood or iron. The patent flexible gate has the breaking parts reduced to the smallest pos sible point, as will be readily Been from the . drawing. The whole gate consists merely of one strong horizontal bar with a flexible indestructible body of galvanized chain suspended from this bar. This chain body of network is securel...