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MARITIME DISASTER IN CHESAPEAKE BAY. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

MARITIME DISASTER IN CHESA, PEAKE BAY. Loxdos, April 10. A tremendous gale has occurred in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland (U.S.) Thirty five vessels, American and foreign, 'were wrecked.

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[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.) LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

IFrom the Melbourne Daily Telegraph,) London, April 3. Mr. Charles Santley, the celebrated baritone, who has been engaged by an Adelaide syndicate to sing at 21 concerts In Australia, leaves for AdelaideonFriday next, the 5th lnst. Accounts are to hand reporting terrible fires In Bakato, United States, by which hundreds of persons have been rendered homeless. London, April 4. In consequence of the action of the Russian Government in demanding satis faction from Roumania for various griev ances, especially ior me expulsion ot Russian subjects from Roumania, the Roumanian Ministry has resigned. News haB been received that General Brownrigg, who for Borne tune pasb has been resident in Melbourne, and who left for England by the Arcadia, - died at Colombo. Two hundred and eighty Highland crofters left Glasgow to-day for Canada. London, April 5, The Rev. Dr. Parker, the well-known Congregationallst minister, delivered an address in Liverpool last night, in the course of which he stated t...

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A YOUTHFUL MURDERER. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

A YOUTHFUL MURDERER. London. April 10. At Waterford, Ireland, a youth of 15 deliberately murdered his sister aged 11. The crime, owirjg to the youth of the criminal and his victim, has caused much sensation.

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

CHURCH INTBLLIGBNCB. The following personal items appear in the Methodist Journal of April 5 :— The Rev. W. T. Isaac has resigned his position as a minister of the Bible Christian Church. The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Hodge left for their honeymoon by the express on Wednesday for Victoria. Mr. Bloomfield. home missionary, will supply Wilmington circuit for the year in place of the Rev. A. J. S. lrry, resigned. Mr. R. Crump has been reappointed to the Millicent circuit, where, daring the past 12 months, he has labored with acceptance and address, Mr. R, G. Wilkinson, who has from the first taken a deep interest in the TJnley Church and cir cuit, has contributed no less than £666 this year towards the TJnley trust funds. Through Uub munihce&t donation tbe trustees have been able to reduce their liabilities by £1,000. The Rev. J. H. Hadley left on Tuesday last for his appointment under the Victoria Conference. Mr. Hadley entered the ministry in England, and after two years' residence...

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

HAMMOND, April g. The Wesieyans held their annual jquireff v&ty -ersicea here ou Sunday U*t, A-po'l 7. which was followed on Tuesday by the u?C*l tea ccteting. — A steady rain set in oo Fcidiy ' ri&bt about 10 p.m., and did not ceaaa utitil , about 8 a.m. nest morning. The wheat ia teveral places is already peeping above the ! p round, and if nice weather continues a little j U nger the north will speedily aaaame a greea &*pect which has not been the c*» for a fetr years back. {

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Telegraphic News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

^kgtapluc -£eb& GENERAL CABLE HEWS. [From our own Correspondent. LoJfDOsr, April 4. Mr. E. W, Hawker, M.**Moi Adelaide, reverting in a letter to the press to the question of South Australian borrowing, insists that the colony has overborrowed, and mentions in support of bis statement that neither the products nor the popola latlon'of South Australia has Increased In the same ratio as its public and private indebtednees. The Hon. F. W. Walker, exCommls Bloner of Customs In Victoria, and Mr. Reid, of the Chamber of Commerce, who are making enquiries In lLurope in refe rence to schemes for the disposal of sewage in large cities, have begun their investiga tions, tbe former in London and tbe latter in Paris. Another round in tbe ISew York Chess Congress has been played, in which Mr. G. H. D. Goesip sustained a defeat by Mr. F. Gunsberg, the well-known London player. Mr. John See, M.L.A. of New South 'Wales, formerly PoBtmaBter-General of that colony, has left London for Sydney. ...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

COLONIAL TELEGEAM& VICTORIA: [From our own Correspondent,] Melbourne, April 11. ! Frob&te was granted to-day to the will of Mr. John Edols, late p£ Colac, land owner. The real property was sworn at £48,505, snd the persona? at £152,377, i making a tctai of £200,783. ': An extraordinary ease of suicide is ra potted from KhiU. A farmer named Charles Taeibar strangled himself fay going on his kcees and straining a cord after having tied it to a fence. He was driving a team when the waggon got bogged, and his man was sent aiway foe extra horses. Then the' deceased, who was of violent temper, hung himself, it is presumed, because the waggon had got stuck In the mnd. It has transpired that the embezzle ments of the missing bank dark Gibson ! of the National Back at Tangamah &re I more extensive than at first' reported. One farmer who paid in £300 finds that tbe sum has cot been credited to him. and it ia expected that a targe number of others will find the same to ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

IS1W -SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 11, The London Chartered Bank have given the directors of the Mount Costigan Silver and Lead Mining Company notice that crileEE the new company is formed imme diately and the liability to the bank paid ofi they will sell the property at a day's notice. Mr. \Vm. Thow, locomotive sup&rinten- dent on South Australian Ratf trays, has been appointed Locomotive Engineer In the railway service of this colony iu suc cession to Mr. Middleton. . A young man. name unknown, was out kangaroo shooting yesterday at Manildra, cesr MclcEg. He discharged one barrel, and waa examining the muzzle, when by some means the other barrel went off, blowing away the top of his head.

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A DOUBLE CREME. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

A DOUBLE CRIME. Lokdos, April 10; An army captain, named Bunt, has murdered hte paramour, an actress named Gre'ene, at Gospel Oak. He Bubsequently committed suicide.

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[From the Melbourne Herald.] LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

[From the Melbourne HereM.] London, April 9. The Most Honorable Charles Stewart Vane-TempeBt-Sttfwart, Marqaia of Lon donderry, has sent to the Prime Minister his resignation of the office of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, which he has held under the Marquis of Salisbury's Government since the 5fch September, 1886. His Excellency give as his reasons that exigencies of his private business and the state of the health of the marchioness being such as to imfit her to discharge the social duties of the wife of the Lord Lieutenant. The Marquis of Salisbury is very much indis posed to accept the resignation, arid has asked the Marquis of Londonderry to re consider it, but it is deemed unlikely that j his lordship will altir his decison. In all ! probability the Duke of Abercorn, K.G., j will be offered the post In the event I of ihe Marquis of Londonderry persist- j inginhis resignation. ;The duke is at \ present Lord' Lieutfcnantt-f the Oounty of j Donegal. !, The efforts which have been ma...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 11. The printers' strike is unchanged. The feeling is growing thai the masters are getting the better of the position, espeu cialfy Eince the Courier and Observer men resumed work, thus weakening the Typo graphical Association's forces by one half. __________

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THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF A SYDNEY DOMESTIC SERVANT. Sydney, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF A SIDNEY DOMESTIC SERVANT. IBv Telesrraph.l Sydney, April 11. In connection with the enquiry into the death of the young woman Lavinla Bines, who died in the Sydney Hospital under circumstances pointing to mal practices, the jury to day brought in a verdict — 'That the deceased died from acute peritonitis, that she had attended ' Dr.' Smith's house, that her death had . been accelerated by pills similar to those * produced In court, and that they had been prescribed by ' Dr. ' Smith and ad ministered by Mrs. 'Smith.' The coroner nnir-^pri rtnh that, fhia -watt ft iratrflnf of mutder, and he asked them to express an opinion whether drugs had been feloniously administered by 'Dr.' Smith and Mrs. P-dth. The jury retired to consider the toint, and returned a verdict that the de» ceaeed died from peritonitis an£ perfora tion of the large intestine, but how these arose there was no evidence to show.

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Country News. ANGAS VALLEY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Cauntrg Jletog, (Prom our own OotrespoadentaJ ANGAS VALLEY, Apkil 3. The long looked-for rain bas come at laat. It commenced raining steadily on the after neon of April t, and continued till 2 o'oloak next morning, when the heaviest fall expe rienced since the settlement of this district occurred, and continued, accompanied by thuedtr and l.igh'ning, till 4 o'clook in the afternoon. All the low-lying flats were con vetted into rubbing streams, and large sheafs of water were to be been in all directions— quite an unusual sight in the Murray Flats, Tbe damage dooe to fencing and roads is couaiueiaoie. xa several instances premuea were eubtt;erged by the oveifliw of the Saucders Creek, and stock had to be removed. The chimney of Me. W. Ferguson's house was etruck by lightning, but fortunately the inmates escaped with only a fright. The ground is now ia splendid condition for tilling operations, but owing to the scarcity of horse feed and wa&t of eeed wheat in eonaa oases I am a...

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

ELLI5TON, April 3. The weather continues showery, but no grsat quantity of rain has fallen. Several thunder showers have occurred, but they have been very partial ; for instance, Venus Bay and Cour tabie bad very heavy rains, whilst Talia had very little, Colton also and Mount Wedge participated in the downpour, but Elliston came in for a very small share comparatively speaking, ft bile at Tuncetta and Lake Hamil ton a fall of about 1£ inches was recorded. We are having notoriety thrust upon us through tbe statements appearing in the Chronicle, referring to the west coast. As yonr corres jjuuuouba blum?, wo uoibaiuiy iinvc a very good climate, good water, fairly good soil and usually fairly good crops Ooe thing that cannot be refuted is that though many persons complain of the place, and now and then one goes away, Btill they invariably come back if at all possible. The farmers are busy sowing, and it seems probable that there will be a large quantity of hind put under crop this sea...

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EDEN VALLEY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

EDEN VALLEY, April 2. After several days of warm aud sometimes very close weather (the nights on the whole being pleasant), a change set in on Monday afternoon, April 1, about half-past 1 o'clock, rain falling. It continued to fall steadily till neatly 6 p.m., when the weather cleared for about one and a half hours. Then (7.30) the rain started afresh with greater energy, being accompanied by very heavy thunder and vivid lightDiGg, and it did not cease till nearly 3 p ro. today. The Eden Valley Oreek was higher than it baa been for tbe past 15 yean. From 2 p.m. yesterday till 3 pm. to day five inches of rain fell in Eden Valley, and no one ever remembers the thunder to keep on inces santly for 19 hours before. The main roads are in a bad state, a great quantity of metal hiving bpen washed away. Oa the- North Rhine (six nr.iles away) the storm was also heavy; a wooden bridge erected over the creek known as Heibie's was washed away, the bridge not having been damaged by water before f...

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

GUA.DOCK, Apbil 3. The rain commenced to diizzle on Monday, -A piil 1, and gave promise of a heavy downpour, but after a few light showers, accompanied by thunder and lightning, it cleared np, only about tbe third of an inch being registered. A heavy rain would do much good, as none bas fallen to speak of since the new year. — About 5 o'clock' this morning the inhabitants were startled by a rather Bevere shock ot earth quake which la&ted about three-quarters of a minute. It made the crockery and the iron on the roofs rattle. — Many of the farmers are busy seeding, most of them putting in a little.

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COULTA, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

COULTA, Apbil 5. Tbe long dry summer hae at last broken up. On Saturday night, March 30, an inch of rain fell, snd the green feed is already showing everywhere. Ploughs are now busily at work, and the farmers speak hopefully of the coming season.— To-d&y the school teacher, Mr, J. S. Deans, left Coulta, much to the regret of both parents and children. As yet no one has arrived to fiil ' his place at the provisional echouL

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THE EMIN PASHA RELIEF EXPEDITION. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE EMIN PASHA RELIEF EXPEDITION. IFrom our own Correspondent,] London, April 4. Further intelligence has arrived from Zanzibar relative to the movements of Mr. H. M. Stanley. After meeting Emln Pasha, as last reported, Mr. Stanley wen» in search of the remnant of Bartbalob's party whom he bad left 150 miles up the River AruwhimL Having discovered the survivors of this party, and adminis tered as well as he was able to their wants, he returned to Emln Pasha, whose chief station is on the Lake Albert Myanza. Emln was reluctant to leave ine party 01 wmen ne nas naa cnarge tor co long, but Stanley being sanguine of his power to escort the whole party to civilised regions Emln was persuaded to remove the men, women, and children, and all the belongings of the camp. Stanley and Emln with this vast body have therefore, it is reported, quitted the Lake Regions province, and are marching to Zanzibar.

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

COOMOORGO AREA. A rait 8. We hap hne rams on April 1st and 2 ad inst., which will -be of incalculable benefit to the early sown wheat and vegetation. Fortunately a very large area was sown before the rain came, acd Judging from present indications the season promises to be a good one. We did not have euch heavy floods as occurred ia other places eouth, but nevertheless the ground re ceivt d a good soaking. Move rain fell again on Saturday, April 6.

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THE PARNELL ENQUIRY. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE PAENELTi ENQUIRY. [From onxown OorretDondent.l London, April 4. Sir Charles Russell renewed his speech in defence of the Parnellltes before the Statutory Commission yesterday, and made a vigorous onslaught on the At torney-General, the counsel for the Times, Sir Richard Webster's conduct, he said, In taking up a case rotten to Its core was unworthy of his position at the English bar. He had charged Mr. Parnell with complicity in murder without a shadow of evidence to support the accusation.

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