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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Match 16, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, March 16, Mails will bediBpatched as under :— Great Britain, &o., via Suez, per R.M.3. Austral, March 18 ; letters, 1.16 p.m. ; news papers, 12.16 p.m.; late letters, 2.16 p.m. Via TorreB Straits, pex Victorian, this day, 12.45 p.m. Via San Franoisoo, per express, March 18, 2 p.m. Via Marseilles, per Yarra, March 30, 2.30 p.m. Via Colombo, &o., per Nurnberg, April 3. Mauritius, Reunion, Mahe, Seychelles, South Africa, &c, per Yarra, March 30, 2.30 p.m. Hongkong, overland to Sydney, thence per Catherthun, March 18, 2.30 p.m. Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, overland daily (except Saturdays), 2.30 p.m. ; late letters, 3 p.m. Per Victorian, this day, 12.45 p.m. ; late lettersj 1.10 p.m. Northern Territory, overland via Sydney, thence per first opportunity, March 19, 2. SO p.m. South Sea Island?, overland via Melbourne, thence per first opportunity, March 21, 2 30 p.m. New Caledonia, overland via...
TO CORRSPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
TO COftRBSPONDEiNTS. 'Wager,' Burra.— Bed Rover, a colonial bred horse, trotted three mileB on the Old Course in 8 min. 23 sec, and Jerusalem also did the distance under 9 minutes. 'Pabkbide.' — To preserve fruits without sugar fill some stone wide-mouthed bottles with tte fruit, carefully picked, and set them in a copper or large kettle ; then fill the kettle with cold water nearly up to the months of the bottles: Corks Bhould be prepared to fit the bottles, and a cloth should be put under the bottoms of the bottles to prevent their cracking with the heat. Light the fire under the kettle, and heat tbe water to 160° or 170°. ThiB beat should be continued for half an hour, when the fruit will be sufficiently scalded. After that fill tip the bottles with boiling water to within an inch of tbe cork, and .'cork them tightly. Lay the bottles on their sides : change tbe position of the bottles once ortwice a week during the first two monthB, turning them round to prevent any fermentation ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
AUTUMN AND XTTIlffTER OEASOK FIRST SHOW DAY—TUESDAY, BtARCH 5, 1339. ? — ,fl , T\OKALDBO1ST, A NDBEW8, & ^HARLAND, IMPORTERS AND WAREHOUSEMEN, ! Will make a I GEAKD DISPLAY OF KEW SEASON'S GOODS on toe above and following diya. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. LADIES' HATS.— Thev would specially draw your attention to these for Variety and Koveltj- in Chip, Chip Combinations, Double Brltn?, Sec. straw Hats and Bonnets in newest colors, Children's Liberty Capa, MILLINERY BONNETS AMD HATS, PARISIAN AND ENGLISH (SpsclaUy Selected by their London and Paris Buyers).— XheBe goods for Delicacy of Tint and Perfeot Combination of Colors plaae them far beyond the reach ot any retail establishment in the Southern Hemisphere. WIKGS, FEATHERS, AIGRETTES, _o., for Evening Wear in EndleSB Variety. DRESS DEPARTMENT. HoBt extensive purohasea hare been made ol all descriptions ot Autumn Goods, embnclns; every Novelty In Stripes, Bordering^, &c. In all the Newest Tints. Kever before has such a la...
No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
Messrs. C. J. Dash wood, M.P., and A, McDonald, M.P., have received a reply from the Treasurer to the deputation which re cently waited on him regarding the rocket apparatus at Willunga acceding to their re quest. Commander Walcot has received in structions to place a rocket apparatus at Fort WilluDga as soon as possible. We bave to record the death of Mr. John Hatchett, a colonist of over 40 years, who was for teveral years secretary of one of the very first buildirg societies started in the city. -He soon after became clerk to the late Sir James Hurtle Fisher, and was Mb managing factotum. He afterwards went in to the late Mr. H. W. Parker's office as managing clerk, and later on be served and finished his articles with the late Mr. Justice Stow, end was 'admitted to the bar. He practised as solicitor for a number of years. Mr. Haicbett w»b a man of good education, and spoke eevf ral languages fluently, He was one of the originators of the formerly «alled Choral, #nd afterwards. P...
PARA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
PARA WIRRS.. March 9. — Special Meeting. —Preeent— AIL Tenders accepted — For delivery of metal on the main north eastern-road between Ingle wood and Talunga boundary : contract No. 7, 320 yards, John Alcora, 4s. 5d.; 8, 300 yards, John Dillon, jun., 4s.; 9, 252., yards, Wm, Holdeh. 4s. 7d.; forming and gravelling 10 chains and culvert on the Chain of Ponds and Williamstown main line near the Graves, J. and G. Powell. £1 18s. 6d. per chain and £1 10s. for culvert. Clerk to make estimate of eoBt of fencing, &c , in proposed exchange of roads through Messrs. D.- Powell's and J. Penna's land ; council and overseer to inspect main road between Maidetone and Chain of Ponds with view of applying for special grant for its repair and construction of bridge over creek &t Pentglass. Balance of £390 allotted for main roads to be applied for. Teatree Gully council to be asked to join in making exchange of toads through Messrs. Gajlard's, Shillabeer's, and Richardson's lands, and...
PORT WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
PORT WAKE FIELD. March S —Present— Crs. T. Dixon (chair), S, Hamdorf, J. Hancock, and W. Robinson. Central Board of Health called attention to c&ee of scarlatina at Nantawarra ; received, Mr. Dixon requested to take levels and pre pare plans for nece-sary work on main road. The Government to be asked for £300 for con struction of main roads. Tenders accepted — For supply of maintenance on main road at 3?. 9d. and 4a. ; for clearing roads at 1b. 5d, per chain ; for main road construction, £5 ; do., £2 9s ; do , £3 4s. 6d ; excavation on main read, lOJd, per yard ; construction district road, £2 per cbain. J. Wood's name taken off black list. Work to bs done on district roads ; also, conetrcction Ef ar stone dam on Main road. Payments, £51 3a. 4d. /
NURIOOTPA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
KURtOOTPA. March 2. — Present — AIL Or. Job empowered to have forming of about eight, chains between sections 307 and 567 done at 9s. per chain. Mr. William Robertson wrote re bad state of road near Tutretfield, and also re bad state of foot bridge across the Salt Creek ; to be inspected by the chairman, councillor of ward, and overseer. Tenders accepted — Contract No. 576, H B. Nenke, £4 per chain ; 577, Hoffmann and Fisher, £33 3. 6d. per chain ; 573, Hoffmann and Fisher, 3s. per cube yard. Work to be done. — Eight chains of mstal between Shsaoak school and old Gap road ; also about CO cube yards of maintenance metal near Mr. Brock's land, Mecklenburg ward. Receipts, £6S 4a. Payments— General, £130 7s. Id.; and main roads, £61 12s. Id.
ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
ONKAPARINGA. March 9.— Present— Ors. Galdwell (chair), Dunn, Hutchens, and Waldt. Clerk stated that Mr, Weyland wanted £50 compensation and £10 an acre for road through his place. F. W. Polle's offer to repair bridge at Nendorf for £6 10s. accepted. In reply to Or. Hutchens, Chairman said ratepayers could light fires after snnset and before sunrise without infringing the BushfireB Act if . precaution was taken. Mr. D. Scbulz to be written to re occupation of dittr'ct read between sections 5291 and 5293. 40 yards metal to be obtained for Charleston ward. Cr. Waldt asked for repairs to road at Necdorf; clerk to inspect. Cr. Hutchens asked that some blinding be put on main road near his place; granted. Tenders accepted — For main road metal, contract Nos. 51 and 52, W, Mueller, 5a. 4d. per cubic yard ; 53, 56, and 58, T. Seagrim, 4s. 6d. ; 51 and 55, T. Sea grim, 3s. lOjd ; 57, J. W. Faehrmann, 5s. lid. ; 59, R. Bell, metalling, £3 2s, 6d. per chain. Receipts, £398 lCs. Id. Payments— O...
SPALDING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
SPALDING. March 7.— Preaent— All bat Gr. McAekill. ABBement to be. revised. Overseer to employ two extra horses for carting stone at Hogan's Creek. Mr. Bray not to be allowed to fence reserve 173a. Olerk to get sundry repairs done. Mf ssrs Mai. McAokill and Geo. Wall appointed constables for ensuing year. Chair man called attention to the want of a foot bridge acrosB the River Broughton (Flag Quarry crossing) ; the chairman, Gr. Gale, with the overseer to report. P*yments— Main roads, £7 3b, ; and general, £26 17«.
SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
SNOWTOWN. March 9. — Present — AU. Government wrote with reference to cemetery at Condowie. show ing the steps to be taken ; superintendent of cemeteries a.1ro wrote conveying instructions and regulations. Government wrote showing tbe deviation reserved for road at section 669, Barunga. Messrs. G. Fresbairn and J. Gauley wrote asking for 7 chains of road near Mr. J, Morton's, section 119, Boucant ; to be done. Or. Harris applied for 7 chains of road at Mildren's corner, Barunga ; to be done. Works ordered— Maintenance metal to ba obtained, piece of road to be made on BIyth and Snow town road, road to be made to the railway goods shed, and cutting creeks and clearing tussocks on Snowtown and Redhill road. Tender accepted — Making 4i chains of road near Mr. Beet's, Coridowie, W. Martin, £1 17a, per cbain. £10 to be Bpent in treeplant ing in the town, and Government to be re quested to again plant the station yard, tbe trees planted two years ago being dead. Re ceiptp, £17 0s. 8d.; pay...
SOUTH RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
SOUTH RHINE. March 11.— Present— All but Cr. Droge moller. Tenders accepted. — For main roads —Contract No. 12, G. Cooper (metalling). £i 35s per cbain ; 17, M. Kain (gravelling), £3 18s.; 18. W. H. Tremlett (cutting and metal ling), £8 19s. 9d. per chain; 23, G. &-oper (maintenance metal), 3s. 4d. and 4a. per cubic yard ; 24, J. Maguire (metalling), £4 2i. per chain (on account of quality of atone. For district road— Contract 217. W. H. Tremlett (metalliDg), £4 S3. 6d. per cbain, and main tenfince for repairs at 4s. per yard. Payments — Genual, £34 ISs.; and main roads, £7 5a. 2-1,
MOUNT CRAWFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
MOUNT CRAWFORD. March 2.— Mr. S. B, RudaU wrote relative to mines being ratable. Overseer of works re ported that he had repaired the road through section 673, had made a spoondrain on Mount Crawford-bridge- road, and got clearing done between sections 16S and 167. Mr. F. Heidi ke with Mr. W. Hammat attended relative to the rates of the former; explained satisfactorily, Mr. P. Hynes wrote asking permission to close road between Talunga district and section 130 ; postponed till next meeting. Clerk reported that rabbits were spreading' alarmingly in the district, Mr. S. Edmonds wrote asking for re pairs on road through section 56 ; overseer of works to meet. Cr. Ross applied for leave to rent portion of reserve between sections 3131, 31S7, and 46 ; granted. In future any tender eent in without the deposit not to be received. Receipts. £96 9s. Id. Payments— General, £16 4s. 10d.; and main roads, £64 5s. Sd.
MUDLA WIRRA NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
MUDLA WIRRA. NORTH. March 4. — Present — Crs. John SBarrow. (chair), Bahr, Carrigg, Ronan. and Siebert. The Stockport Council wrote asking for pay ment of cue-third cost of repairing Ayli&Vs crossing; agreed to. Light Council wrote asking council to co-operate in metalling two chain on the boundary line near Mrs. Fieher's; agreed to. Tenders accented: for district roads— Contract 9, James Rigney, £2 19i. 9d.; 10, Joseph Barker, £2 12s.; 11, C. Siebert, £3 lCs, For main roads— Contract 47, Jasper Cottrell, grubbing, 2a. 61. par chain. Work to be dose on main and district roads. Receipts, £5 10s.: payments, £11 Is. Sd.
MOUNT BRYAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
MOUNT BRYAN. March 9.— Present— Ore. B. Collins (chair), Gebbardt, Kellicoat, Tralaggan, and Joaes. Government wrote notifying £500 allotted to council for main roads. Applications received for repairs to roads from MeeBrs, J. We3ton, C. Dawson, J. Harris, G. Hiles, and Wm. Thomas; creeks near Wm. Thomas's to be attended to. and council to inspect the roads applied for by other applicants. Tenders accepted — For main road, contract 4, George Harry, £6 5s. per chain for the 14 chains of metalling only. Council to inspect all roads on March 19 and 20. Council to ask for con trol of water and all other reserves and stock roads within district. Payments —General, £30 3s. 4d. ; and main roads, £1 0s, Cd, ; re ceipts, £34 0a. 3d. Board of Health. — Complaint received from Wm, Thomas and J. Collins concerning dead beast in Mr. Skews'a paddock near their resi dences ; chairman reported that he had setved notice to Mr. Skews to bury the bullock, and as he had not done bo work was done at bia...
POLITICAL MEETING AT YORKETOWN. Yorketown, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
POLITICAL MEETING AT YORKE TOWN. [By Telegraph.l Yorketovrn, March 15. Messrs. E. Caldwell and H. Bartlett ad dressed a large and representative gathering in the Yorketown Institute Hall last night, air. Caldwell in bia resume of the work done touched upon the Chinese Restriction Bill, the new Land Act, the newlycon stituted Jand boards, the Electoral Bill, and on Mb efforts with reference -to the State bank. Mr. Bartlett spoke at some length of his endeavors to open up the west coast lands and of sundry abuses alleged to exist in the administration of the Govern ment departments. ' At the close various questions were asked of the members with reference to their addresses, and were satis factorily answered,
BREACHES OF THE LICENSED "VICTUALLERS' ACT. Hamley Bridge, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
BREACHES OF THE LICENSED TICXUALLERS' ACT. fBv TeWrioh,! Hauolev Bridge. Match 14. At tbe Local Court here to-day, before MeasrB. T. S. O'Halloran, S M., and J. Doyle, Frederick Simpson, the lessee of the railway refreshment-staiJ, waa charged on two infor maticoB with selling liquor without a license. Mr. Wadey appeared for the Licensed Victuallers' Association, the defendant being ucdef end ed . Mr. Wadey pressed for a substantial penalty, as the defendant had previously been fined, but had persisted in selling liquor. The defendant was fined £15 and coBta, or tiro moEths1 imprisonment in each case. An infor mation waB also laid against his daughter for a similar offence, and ft further fine of £1.0 and costs waa inflicted. The total fines and costs amounted to £51 13s,
CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
CONTENTS. Advertisements - - 1—2— 4— 16— 19— 20— S3— 21 Shipping Hews ______ 2 Commercial — _«_ — _ 3 Correspondence --____ 3—5 Solar and Lunar Calendar — — _ _ 4 Births, Marriages, and Deaths — — — 4 To Correspondents — ^- _ _ _ 4 District Councils _ _. _ _ 3 — 13 Leaders.— The School of Mines and Industries— The Stock Report _ .. „ „ _ 4 Original Articles —The Farmers' Association— Colonial FrogreBB in 1887— Flogging in Schools — Australasian Banking Returns M _ _ 5 Mining Intelligence _ _ _ _ 5-21 Mail News.— American Letter— London Letter — A Career of Crime— Great Jewellery Bobbery — Smoking Sermons — A Miracle Worker — Lord Salisbury and the Wealeyans , _ _ .6 General Kewa — School of Mines and Industries — S.A. Temperance Alliance— The Burnell Wool scourer— Proposed Reception of Mr. John Dillon, M.P.— Adelaide licensing Bench Marine Board— Licensed Victuallers' Associa tion—The Fort Augusta Shooting-Oase— Ybrke'a Peninsula licensing Bench— The Late Mr. H. P. Buttfield— Affair...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
SPOETING. The following entries reached the secretary of tbe S.A. J.C. after the hour of closing, and therefore could not be received, viz., Mr. J. Fox's b g Dingo, aged, for first and second Hurdle Races ; and Mr. F. Poblner's b ii Royal Blend, 6 yrs., for first Hurdle Race, The following handicaps hare been declared for tbe one and two mile bicycle events to be tun to day in connection with the St. Patrick's Day Sports:— W. Cox, scr., scr. ; Brandenburg, —90; Lawrence, 60,^190; G, Codd. 70, 220; Henzell, 70, 220; Swann, 90, 270 ; Ford; 90, — ; Kneese, 100, 300; PrevoBt, 1C0, 810 ; Fatcher, 100, — ; W. J5. Codd, 110, 320 ; PaEqueU, — , 330 ; T. Black, — , 350.— E. S. Blkechsioee, Handicapper,