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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

FOSTAli ARRANGEMENTS. i General Post-Ofiice, Adelaide, April 13. ; Mails will be dispatched as under : — Great Britain, &o., via Suez, per R.M.3. Onnuz, April 15 } letters, 1.16 p.m.} news papers, 12.16 p.m.: late letters, 2.16 p.m. Via Torres Straits, pel Victorian, this day, 12.46 o.m. Via San Franoisoo, per ex press, April 15, 2 p.m. Via Colombo, &c, per H&bBburg, April 29, Via Marseilles, per Oceanien, April 30, 2.30 p.m. Mauritius, Reunion. Mans, Ssyoh&lles, Scoth Africa, &o., fer Oceanien, April 30, 2.30 Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, TeBrcfcnia, overland daily {except Saturdays), g.S« o.m. ; late letters, S p.m. Per Victorian, this day, 12.45p.ro. : lattjlettera* 1.10 p.m. Per ; So»vh AttBtralisn, this day, 2 45 p.m. West Australia, per R.M.S. Ormuz, April j 15, LIB p m. _ j Newt papers and regiateteg Istteca tauat be j ?xwtetJ one boar prise & &9 tira. eppeutf^} ios giosuig as above.

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THE MOUNT COSTIGAN MINE. Sydney, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE MOUHT COSTIGAN MINE. [By Telegraph.] Svdnev. Ami! 8. Great excitement prevails on the Mount i CoBtigan. silver mine. MeBsrs. A. D. Kelson ; and A. A. Gallagher (director and legal ; manager of the company), who were deputed - by the directors and shareholders -to decide as : to what was beat to be done for the interests of tbe company, after a careful examination of the plant and mine issued instructions that the ; whole of the works were to be stopped on ; Saturday morning, which was done much to the surprise of the townspeople. All hands, ! including the manager, were discharged pend ing the reconstruction of the company. The men acknowledge the necessity of a change in me management, ana toe jasaoa oi ne wuua so promptly taken. The company will be re formed at once, and- work will be resumed. The plant is ready for work, and the mine is being well opened up, and is in a position to supply large quantities of ore when required. Sydney, April 9. ' At a meeting of Mount CoBtigan...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS. {We cannot undertake to publish all unobjeotlon. able letters which reach us. The number is so large (hat we can only print a selection. Those which reach us earliest have ot course tbe first considera tion. This must be accepted as the explanation of the non-appearance of letters.] 'iKFOBMAXroK,' Soathwark. — Yon are jus tified in shooting at a'.borglar on your premises after calling on him to surrender. 'Robebt Haludat,'' Oiroroo.— Your letter is an advertisement, 'A.M.S.'— Your letter bavins; appeared elsewhere, we have withdrawn it from publica tion in our columns. IL'Poob Man.'— 1. No. 2. The wife is en titled to the whole of the income during wid .whood. 3. No, as the widow only has a life interest. 'Emigeakt '—The ship Mar; Green, 589 tons, arrived from Southampton with 311 pas sengf-rs on Jane 20, 1853 'Domikick janis Walkeb,' — At the Oen tcmrial Band Contest held in Sydney last year Bulch's Eellarat Model Band obtained second position, the S &-? ...

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THE ENTERPRISE MINE. Gawler, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE ENTERPRISE MINE. IBv Teteeraph.1 ; Gawler, April 8, Captain Sergant, of the Band of Hope and Albion ConBols, being on a visit to Gawler inspected the Enterprise and other claims at tbe BaroEBa deep lead to-day. He speaks In a very sanguine manner of the ultimate success of the wotkinge. He says the Enterprise Company should see gold by Saturday, aud tbe indications of the lead itself are very favorable, ? ^

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CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

CONTENTS. Advertisements _ _ 1—2—4—19—20—23—21 Shipping -__--._..2 Commercial ______ 3 Correspondence _____ _3— S Mining Intelligence _ _ _ _ 3—19 Solar and Lunar Calendar _ _ _ _ 4 Birtbs, Marriages, and Deaths — — _ 4 Xo Correspondents _-.___ 4 leaders.— Lord Kintore— John Dillon _ _ 4 WasleyB Farmer's Club— Week's Bainfall - _ 4 Original Articles.— National Defence — General Downes and the War Office— Insanity in Royal Families—Mr. E. W. Hawker Again _ _ 5 The Interviewer.— Sir Somers Tine — _ _ 5 Mail News.— London Table Talk— The ParneU Enquiry— Our American Letter _ .. _ 7 General News.— Industries ot the A&gaston DIb trict— Farewell to the Rev. S. Knight— School oi Mines and Industries— Major-General Downes and the War Office— The Fire at Crystal Brook— The Samoan Disaster— The Water Supply of Teatree Golly and Modbury — Conference of Temperance Workers— Arrival of the Itish Delegates— Floods in the Country— Militia In telligence— Churoh Intelligence _ _ — 7 Mr. Dillo...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—APRIL, 1883. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

IiUHAB AND SOLAS, CALENDAR.— APaiO, 1333. FaUDItS 07 THB HOMI. SSTiKtt - Z - 18th day. 7h.83m.-.m. £*st Qofcrter- - - 22nd day. llh. 10m. p.m. SgfcS^. _ - SOtfaday.llfa. lam.p.m. *w ? *».?». Sun Sun Moon Hoon Hm^b. Bate, rtjgg ^tg, rfBeg, ^^ a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Monday _ 1 8.14 5.54 6.36 6 38 Coesday - 1 6.15 5.53 7.3* 7.7 Wednesday _ 8 6.16 6.61 8.32 7.40 Ehtusday - 1 6.17 6.50 9.29 8.U Friday - - 6 6.17 6.48 10 25 8:50 Saturday _ 6 6.18 5.47 11.20 9.31 Sunday- _ J 6.19 6.45 p.m. 10.16 Monday _ 8 6.20 5 41 LB U.6 Sueaday _ 0 6-20 5.43 160 1150 Wednesday .10 6 81 6.41 8.8S a.m. KbntBday - 11 6.23 2.40 3.13 0.57 Friday _ _ 12 6.S3 5 39 3.51 1.57 Saturday _ ? IB 6.24 6 37 4 25 2.59 Sunday. _ 14 6.25 6.36 4 69 4.4 Monday- _ IS 6.25 5.35 6*34 5.9 Tuesday «. 18 6 26 5.3} 6.0 6.17 Wednesday _ 17 6.27 5.3S 6,48 7.26 Shmsday - 18 8.28 5.31 7.S1 8.37 Friday _ _ 19 6.29 5.80 819 9.48 Saturday - SO 6.29 5-29 9*14 1066 Sunliy- _ 21 6.30 6.28 10.14 p.m. Monday _ 22 6 El 6.2T U.17 0.67 Tuesday -28...

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WHAT IS BRIGHT'S DISEASE? [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WHAT IS BRIGHT'S DISEASE? So much has recently been said regarding ' Bright'B Disease' that .we .give our readers a diagnosis of the -disease expreealy prepared by a medical man :— Bright's disease of tfee kidneys consists of . euch & degeneration of fche tissues of the kidney that it loses' its full power to separate the urea or urine £rom toe blood. The flaw pf blood through ihe kidneys ia iejy»rded in the minute veEeek, congestion follows, and, instead of tbe nrine only passing through the walls of these minute cells, the albumen and fibrine, '.the life properties of the blood/' escape, the poisons remaining. Even tually the entire blood becomes thoroughly corrupted, and tomb every organ in ihe system, There are various names given to disordered conditions of the kidneys, such as albnminuria, ujffimia, nephritis, fatty degene ration of the kidneys, infl(Hnn}aJadn of the kidneys, &c., &c, but tney ate all allieato the dreaded Bright'B disease, and will even...

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WILLOWIE, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WILLOW1E. Apbil 8. Altogether it iB estimated that a little over three inches of rain bas fallen. The rain was just in time, as several farmers could not go on with tilling on account of the hardness of tha Boil. There are a tew farmers who have not yet got their seed, and while many are willing to assist them they have no means. The seed already sown iB making fast growth. — An ex periment bas been made in the schoolgrouod with couch grass which promises to be of some real value. A patch was dug up last year and a few pieces put in. After standing tha droncht it shot nn when the first rain came and covered a circular piece of ground 12^ feet aeroce. Mr. A. W. Bristotr intends giving it a trial en his farm, and hopes to procure summer feed from it. - X consider it wort l taa farmers' consideration.— Oar eports committee decided last Friday to make the Shtfliilil Hia dicap £10, and presented a good programs. — Messrs. Hamlyn BroB., after doiDg oa-in si bete for a number of years, hav...

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WOODSIDE, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WOODSIDE, Apbil 4. This locality has had a very fair share of tha rain which has fallen in such generous quaa titieB over other parts of tha colony. Between Monday morniDg and Wednesday evaniug, April 1 and 3, about 3 inches must have been registered. So far as the district of Oaka. paringa is concerned it was oaa of the most general rains which has fallen for years, aad. will be productive of much good, as it cookt not have fallen at a better time. No damage in any direction has been reported, as the- ear face, being dry and open, absorbed td» seeater quantity of water which fell. Tbe. water courses, creekB, and river can only be- said to hava staiterl to rnn nmptlv Van uM«m in past years has the district been visited by aa generous a rainfall at the begioniagef ApnL— On Monday afternoon a farewell tea msettng was held by the Woodaide . W»leyan ooogra g&tion on the occasion. oS the Rev. R. Kelly's dei artnre for Moonta. In the evening a publia meeticg was held, and was pres...

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TUMBY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

TUMBY, Apbil 4. The welcome rain has come fully a month earlier than it did last year, and although ws ca&cot boatt of a heavy fall generally, yet thete hae been enough' to start the grass aui give a good supply of water. Ploughing is alia progressing more satisfactorily since the raia, ' and the wheat sown before the fall will have a good chance to spring.

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WASLEYS, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

WASLEYS. Avzil 4. The grand rams of Monday and Xueaoay, April 1 and 2, have caused bright anticipations for next harvest, and aB the season baa com menced so auspiciously, no doubt a large area will be put in crop. The flood caused, tb.9 creek (known as Tempters?) running near tha township to slightly overflow, and inundate about a quarter of a mile of the Templen road, but no damage waB done. An asoident happened to Mr. Fitzgerald, teacher of Reeve's Plains Bchool. He ascended a temporary scaffolding for the purpose of clearing out ths guttering ronrM the school, when the poles of tbe scaffold gave way, precipitating him to tha ground, a distance of about 18 feet. Tha fall was happily broken by the garden fanoe. As it was Mr. Fitzgerald severely injured hU ankle.

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BALAKLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

BALaKLAYA. April 6— Present— Crs. W. J. Verco lc&air|, Vehch, Eirklfind, and Mauley. Overseer re potted that the overflow from ths rivet had. very much damaged the new made road, as also the road in hand, and that north of Whit warta very much damage had been done,- bath to the main and district roads ; ia some places they were in a datsgarous etate. Thoa. Crouch bad leit a dead horse in the water reserve at Wbitwarta, which had been removed at a co3t of £1; -efforts to be made to find Oroach. Overseer .reported that on examining Balaklava Cemetery he found that a new fence was re quired before anything was done to the gates, Tendera accepted— Contract 27, R. P. Daan, 39s. 6d, per chain; 28, tt. P. Dunn. 46s. per chain ; 29, ft. Hewitt, 8s. 2d. ; 30. K. P Dann, 46b. per chain ; 31, Tbos. Fisher, 21s. per chain. Mr. Heard's attention to be called to burrs growing: on his half of the road. Board of Health. — Inspector reported having, with the chief inspector, visited several ...

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District Councils. ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

jpfettfct ^mmk. ALDINGA. April 6. — Present — AIL Grs. Harriok, Shepherd, Valentine, and Wheaton to (ret repairs done in their respective wards. Re ceipts, £7 lls. 9d. Payments— General, £47 4s. lOd. : and main roads, £21.2 14s. 5i.

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ALMA PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

ALMA PLAINS. April 6.— Special Meeting.— Present— AIL Councillors and ovenear reported damagea dona by flood to ro&ds and crossings all over the district, to the extent 'of several handred pounds ; council resolved to employ all avail able labor to make roads passable. Rhyme council wrote re work oa boundary road ; council »gtetd~to pa,y half coat of contract price. Messrs. J. Johns, R. H. l-?er, aud five otLer ratepayers aeked council to remove the said from boundary road at Lover Alma ; co funds. Overseer instructed to have two barmre placed across street in Daffield Totvn to prevent same from washing out. Receipts, £S2 l£e. 6d. Payments— Mam roads, £1 5j.

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SOUTH INKERMAN, APART 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SOUTH INKERMAN, April 9. Tbe anniversary services ol tha Wesleyaa Church were celebrated on Sunday aud Mon- ? day, April 7 and 8. The Rev, H. H. Teagaa, (late of Minlaton) preached a mo3t impreasira sermon on Sunday afternoon, aud the Usr* W. H. Hanton in the evening. Owing to the in* . clemency of the weather the congregations wore Lot so large aa usual .on such oooabioaj. Taa usual tea meeting was held on Monday, and ia the evening a lecture was delivered by th t Rav.. H. E. Teague on the 'Paritans aad ta-ie times.' Tbechcir rendered goad service. Mr, W. Robinson occupied the chair. Tae proj&ela amounted to £6 10a.- The country has reeairad. a thorough soaking.

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TRURO, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

TRURO. £pau,3. ...:... On bunday, March 31, we bad thunder aud Hgut&icg ; the latter smashing the instrument . in tbe Ttuio telegraph station, and tha ono at . Blanchetown shared the same fate. Little taia fell, however, until Monday night, April 1. when it commenced in earnest, and continued . all night. On Tuesday morning ths main street was transformed into a river, and tha water flowed through numerons houses, Oaa of the footbridges was carried away, and the other almost shared the same fate. The mail driver was unable to get to the next township (Stock well), and we were isolated until 8pm, when the coach turned up. bringing a new in strument for the telegraph office. Sis and a. half inches of rain fell within 16 hoars, a thia; altogether beyond the experience of the oldest inhabitant. About the same quantity fell at Mr; * McBeau'e, on theMurray Flats, andthefarmers . are jubilant. Many of the farms on the fl its were under water, and as ths farmers there have land whic...

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RIVERTON, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

RIVERTOJf. Apsil 8. On Tuesday, April 2, at 2 a m.. an unusually eevf re thunderstorm, with heavy rain, piased over here. Rain fell also during the greater part of the day, aad at 9 a.m. a fall of 3'5uO inches had been registered. The reservoir was foil and overflowing at 6 a.m. The River Gilbert ovei flowed its banks and came over tbe bridge ; the roaring of the water could ba heard for & con*iderabl-i distance. An immeaaa amount of fencing was washed do wn the river f and the fliodgateB at Mr.. Hortou's slaughter yard, which coBt £30, were swept away. Mr. John Kelly estimates hia damage at £100 for Rbycie. with his wile aad family, were driven out by flood waters early in the morning, and ggain in the afternoon, and had to seek refuge on higher ground. At the pogt-ofEoetha watec rushed in the back and out of the front. At Macaw Creek the highest fl wd known for 3t yearB occurred ; ths creek was never doodad before. The residents there have lost miles of fencing, acd bad gr...

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. THE STATE OF EUROPE. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

LATE EDIVI0X. LAI I ffifJKUAlUi ? * ? THE STATE GF EUROPE. fFeom oa owe Oorrespoadast.l Eosdow, April 11. The Kueaian (jovernment are again maBBing troopa ou the Austrian frontier. Brigades of infantry and diviaioaa of cavalry have been ordered to proceed at once from the Caucasus to tha Austrian and Roumanian frontiers. This military demonstration ia believad to have been encouraged by the rise of a Ministry in Roumania ffriendly to Rassia asd willing to aid in furthering RuEBiaa territorial desisDS. Advices from Bucharest report that M. EoBBettf, the Premier of Roumania, has resigned in consequence of dissensions ia the Cabinet. A strong anti- Austrian Ministry has been formed, all tha mem bers being cotoriouB Russoghiles.

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

MANAGERS' REPORTS, EEOKES HlLt PBOPMErAET BLOCK 10 CO., April 3. — ?? No. 1 ehaft — 8niik 1 foot during past week ; total depth 253 feet, which completed that cos tract. A Dew contract bas been let to excavate Etation at 242 ieet level, vrhdeh iB being proceeded with satis factorily.. No. 2 shaft— Ihe contractors eDgaged in the work oJ sinking this ehaft haye abandoned it, and, are now engaged In the work of grading, to foim foundations for machinery.' Bousd Hill S M. Co., April 6.—' dough's, or mairi ehaft, euok 10 feet ; total, £82 feet.' Sqcthern Cross S M. Co., April IB.— 'Sunk main shaft 6 feet; total depth from brace, 129 feet 9 inches. Gioupd in bottom of shaft rather hard. Two men working in stope back llfl-feet level, and broken a large pile of oie, out of which have picked, eay,' 6 tons good ore and S tnnq qra»ii» the .remainder going to beap for concentrating.ZLode in stope look ing fairly well.' r3C3 StaoART G:W. Co.,; April 6.— 'Strawbridge's shaft will be fiunk to dept...

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CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

CHURCH ISTELLIGEKGE. The quarterly meeticg of the Presbytery of Adelaide was held iu Flinders street veafcry on Wednesday, Tbera were present— Revs, E, Rorke (nnoderator). J. Gordon, J, Lyall, Dr. Paten, and W. F, MaiD, with Dr^ Eobertaon, Messrs, Tiemlug, Feiguson, and McClure, elders. The moderator's tetm of office having expired, the Rev. W. F. Mfein waa appointed moderator for tbe next 15! months. Mr. Lyall was appointed Presbjtery clerk, Mr, Rorke as moderator of the congregation of Goodwood reported that at a meeting of that congregation it was resolved — ' That it is inadvisable that Gcodwood congregation should be attached to any city .charge, and that a similar resolution had been adopted at a meeting of the congregation of St. Andrews. The report waB received, the moderator thanked for his services, and it was resolved that the matter be. not prosecuted fuither for the present. The committee appointed to draw up a n:im:te with reference to the resignation of tbe Rev. J. H....

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