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MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. New Milo, October 20.— 'New Milo main shaft — No 4 east dri\e extended 7 It; total, 92 ft. Lode poor. Sloped intermediate east drive, and started men in old drive at SO-ft. level where there is some fair ore showing. Stores off winze in No. 2 level east averages 8 in., nice ore. Milo Extended — Have 8 mea. stoping liere. Lode avera^inL' l*i in., fair ore. Have sloped No. 2 west drive, lode poor. Great Eastern —West drive extended 11 ft.; total, 118 ft Lode not}-: taken up. Stopes over this level average 9 in. fair battery ore. New shaft sunk Cft; totul, 41 ft. Lode 5 i».,poor.' Nlw Reedy Creek (Palmer), November 2. — 'Work chiefly confined to Mastcrman's lode, also two stopes , on gossan lode. Mastennan's lode improving in. quality and looks very permanent and still about 10 ft. wide. Amalgam obtained 146 oz. 10 dwt' New Milo, November 2.— 'Main shaft— No. i drive east extended C ft.; total, 98 ft. ; lode C in., poor Lode in stopes No. 3 level 12 ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Our Burra correspondent writes on Novem ber 1 : — This week's report from the manager in- charge of the Burra syndicate's gold mining property at Paratoo is most encouraging ; the report shows that the main shaft (Neville's): has been put down to 60 ft., and at that depth the lode is a little over 4 ft. in width, and com posed of ironstone from which magnificent - samples of gold are being obtained. Tpe secre tary of the syndicate (Mr. W. T. Rabbich) esys^ the manager in charge has a great opinion as to the splendid pro&jjects of the property.. Work is being pushed on, principally witb- sinking. The' engineer of the Broken Hill Water Supply telegraphs on November 2 : — The con sumption of water for the month of October amounted to 14,452,000 gallons. The Tarrawingee Fiux and Tramway Com pany delivered 3,816 tons flux to the Broken Hill mines for the three weeks ending October 30. Mr. Viurace Lawrance, secretary of the Baker's Creek Gold Mining Company, receive...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Splendid Opportunity DURING THIS WEEK. r- 'j ?? ' V. : ' * ? ?' ' ARE OFFERING FOR SALE WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SILVERPLATE, AND SPECTACLES, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. :o; ? ' ' ? This is a Golden Opportunity that no one Visiting Adelaide Should Miss. The Newest and Choicest Assortment in Adelaide of ENGAGEMENT RINGS, DRESS RINGS, WEDDING HINGS and KEEPERS, BROOCHES, BANGLES, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CRUETS, &c., &o., &c. We receive regularly Shipments of the Newest and most Beautiful Goods, 'which, with those of our own manufacture, make one of the Largest and Most Varied Stocks in Adelaide. PEIOE-IIST. LADIES' ENGAGEMENT and DRESS RINGS, 5s., 10s. 6d., 12s. Gd., 15a, 203., 303,. 42 s 50s., 60s., 80s., 100s., £6 6s., £7 7s., £8 8s. , £9 9s., £10 10s., up to £100. 18-ct. WEDDING RINGS and KEEPERS, 8s. 6d., 18a., 21s., 303., and 42a. each. Our Wedding Rings and Keepers are admitted to he the beat value in Adelaide. For quality and finish they cannot be surpassed. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

IIMPSONS OV0I8_AND RANGES. SIMPSON'S ORIGHNAIi PATENT OVEN& SIMPLEST AND OHflAPEST. OTER 12,000 8ULDjIN.-Stf.DTH AUSTRALU ALONE. ? SIMPSON'S FIRST PRIZE ECONOMIC RANGES. FOR WOOD, COAL, OR COKB. Ike B#st C»olOn«Saajoi ia lk« Oalaay. S»oa 4»r» tUtlr C»it In ?.!» ^_r5R|ffi- . THE GIFFHORN ^^^^^fe^g^ji PATEMT IMPROVED OVEN JSJ^lftHf IffgfflHHl Wo have reoently PURCHASED tho aE^ft w ? ffifflll PATENT .RIGHTS for making this, tho latest ; UllUli iI|1||1I||*N|Sct'IH BSllllii UNPROVED OVEN, and can recommend ie ai ' BsKlEB»sgBHii« till ill ? TnE ABOVE ABE OBTAINABLE OF ALL TH3 IgmBBVBBBBoH yRJllJIl PRINCIPAL IRONlIONQEliS AMD STOttEKEBPSai I^«==j--— ^ IB 2D.0F simpsoN & SON, A.^igP8*^ ^SB^iii 1^ GAWLEa-PLAOB, ADELAIDE. ; HIGHLY NUTRITIVE ? ) 5 MAY BE OBTAINED IN LABELLED TINS OR PAGKETS THROUGHOUT THE COLONY. FRED. METTERS' PATENT IMPROVED OVEN. ? BEWARE . V%(nH^L.. BEWARE IMITATIONS. S^BWlifl IMITATIONS. OVER4,300IN A ^^^^^^^^l^H & ^'BAKS1 USE IN SOUTH /J6HSf|f3S8H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

i*: ??? - ,.n.l ....... ? ? I Have You Five or More Cows? IF SO, YOU WANT A , CBS^nS SBPAHATOR, ; and you want the VERY BEST. f riio HUMMING- ?BIftD^™5W^fl0-te*m If you have Ten Cows the ALPHA BABY will more than earn its cost tor you EVERY YEAR. If you have Twenty Cows the ALPHA B will more than earn its cost for you EVERY YEAR. EVERY YEAR, not this year only, but EVERY YEAR. TVHY CONTINUE ANOTHER YEAR AT SO GREAT A LOSS? . Dairying is now the most profitable feature of agriculture, and the cash comes in every week, not only once, a year. ...--. , DO NOT BE PERSUADED into buying an inferior machine. THE LAVAL HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED FOR CLEAN SKIMMING. l/lahes more Butter ISBBi |fi The cleanest skimmer than any other. sBM M on the market tf child can work it. /^^^Sk®!^ time' saues money- Tae Alplia do Laval Separators arc the cheapest and it will pay you better to buy and use oae Of them than to use any other make if you £et it for nothing. Every year adds to the number of prizes w...

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THE GARDENERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE GARDENERS' SOCIETY. A very successful ' ladies' evening ' in connection with the Gardeners' Society was held on Saturday evening, November 2, at Marlborough Chambers, the vice-president (Sir. G. Laughton) being in the chair. A large number of members and lady friends attended and expressed delight at the beautiful display of spring flowers which covered the tables throughout the full length of the Arbitration-room. All sorts of flowers were represented, and lovere of floral beauty could forget for awhile the dryness of the season in the freshness of tho exhibits. Roses were best represented, those brought from the hills by Mr. E. Smith being particularly fine, and taken with those contributed by other members hundreds of this favorite flower were on view. Phlox drum mondii of many varieties, petunias, rhododendrons, carnations, lilies, stocks, azaleas, and many others were well represented in colors and sweet per fuincs. Each exhibitor briefly described his col lection and the c...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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The Vineyard. THE LONDON WINE SALES. REPORT BY MR. YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

%\\z Itottgarb. THE LONDON WINE SALE'S. REPORT BY MR. YOUNG. The Minister of Education has received the ollowing report, which is dated September 26, from Mr. E. B. Young, with regard to recent sales of wine at the London depot : — The auction of wines alluded to in my earlier dis patch was held to-day. The following are the pnees bid in bond, London, for the undermentioned wines : —Hock, 8s. Cd. a gallon ; claret, 3s. and 3s. 3d : Bur gundy, ordinary quality, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d.; Bur gundy, better quality, 3s. 9d,, 4s., 5s., 6s. 3d., and 5s. tid. ; muscatine, 6s. 6d. There was a very large demand, for samples, and 288 bottles were used (a large number of which were split up into smaller quantities to forward to the provinces). I am not yet in receipt of details from the auctioneers, which will be forwarded to you later. As there have been 60iue comments upon the policy of selling at auction, some further explanations upon the position of the Australian wine trade in England will be ...

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NOTES AND HINTS FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

NOTES AND MINTS FOR NOVEMBER. [By Arthub J. Perkins, Government Viti culturist. 1 I am afraid that my predictions with regard to the small night caterpillars are going to be fully verified. Ttie small brown winged moths are to be seen in scores, and already tlieir progeny have begun to invade young vines. As many as 197 caterpillars have been counted around one vine. I am inclined to think that these insects will always be numerous after dry winters. Largo numbers of the caterpillars are unable to take their full development during the course of the previous summer, and are therefore obliged to hibernate beneath the Boil in a semi-somnolent state, until the return of warm weather. They never burrow very deep, but are always found within an inch of the surface ; in this position they seem unable to resist the effects of wet winters, and it is only the lucky few that put in an appearance the. following spring. A dry winter, like the ope we have just been through, is their salva tion ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

. WHAT EMPEROR WAS TSlSt He was one of the greatest monarchs that ever ruled in Europe. He was alwavs at war, yet— but wait; let us take one thing at a time. He was an enormous eater. He breakfasted at 5 on a fowl seethed in milk and dressed with, sugar and spices. ? After this he went to sleep again. He dined at 12, always partaknur of 20 dishes. He supped twice— first early in the evening and again about 1 o'clock, the latter the most solid meal of the four. After tneatj he ate a great quantity of pastry and sweets, washing them down with vast draughts of beer and wine. Then he would gorge himself on sardine omelettes, fried sausages, eel pies, pickled partridges, fat capons, &c., &c. linally ho abdicated, did this omnivorous Emperor, and a friendly courtier thus de scribed the power that compelled him to do it. ''Tia a most truculent executioner,' said the orator; 'it invades the whole body from head to foot. It contracts the nerves with anguish ; it freezes the m...

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TYING CELERY FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

T¥ING CELERY FOR MARKET. The American market gardeners are in the habit of bunching their celery in the following manner .* — Two bricks are set up edgewise and strings laid across them. The stalks are squeezed tightly in between the bricks till the required number is reached, and the bundle is then tied tightly with the strings.

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The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

'Site larlkinent; LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. . TOESDAY. NOVEMBERS. Tuesday was Guy Fawke's Day. Perhaps' it was the recollection of* those wicked men who tried to blow Parliament up 290 years' ago, or perhaps it was the fear that, they might be blown up in a more modern' way if they', lingered longer over ah exceedingly light notice-paper, which induced Legislative Coun cillors to cut their sitting short. But what ever the reason 'the fact remains, 'as the martial member for Woorbora would say, that the Upper House sat for con-, siderably less than three hours, the time being spent in further discussing that Bourcc of never-ending talk, pastoral legida-. tiou. The cream of the debate was spread' over the vermin difficulty. Mr. Warren— and; his name at once suggests a knowledge of' . rabbits— could not see why pastoral lessees should be compelled to fill in burrows to the' satisfaction of the Commissioner, his conten tion being that the Government should not're- ' strict the hands of the l...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, November 5. There was again but a very small atten dance in the Assembly galleries on Tuesday, most of the leisured population of Adelaide, and some persons who are presumably busy, being gathered about The Adver tiser Office waiting for the result of the Melbourne Cud. which was posted with such commendable promptitude that the first in timation of Auraria's popular victory was re ceived there. The holder of the filly in the Par liamentary sweep was Mr. Archibald, who this time last year was moving against 'options' and 'futures.' Mr- Howe and Mr. Solomon were in Melbourne to see the' race run. Immediately the Speaker took the chair Captain Henniker brought down a message from the Governor advising' an appropriation of revenue in respect to the flotation of mortgage bonds under the State Advances Bill and the payment of interest on the same.;*' Mr. Scherk was told that a BUI consolidating the law relating to the procedure of justices cannot be introduced...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

There was a large attendance at the Rotunda on bunday evening, when the Laura school Band played a number of selections veryiiicely, a collection being made on behalf of the .Children's HospitaL ' . - . -' Mr.' Commissioner Russell, S.M., and 'Messrs. H. Giles and W. Moorhouse dealt ?-vfth* , the jury lists of various towns and districts, including the city of Adelaide, at the Local Courthouse on Wednesday morning. There were only two objectors and no one applied to have his name inserted. Patrick Fitzpatrick asked that his name should be struck off the city list on the grounds that he was G9 years of aga and A. M. Goodall, of Yatala, made a similar application. These lists, as amended, and about 20 ethers, as pre sented, were settled. On Saturday morning two detachments of Echool children, one from Laura and the other from Robertstown, in charge of their respec tivo teachers, paid a visit to The Advertiser office for the purpaseof getting i some insighfe into, the art and mystery o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

AMERICAN NOVELTY DEPOT}68 ?BBigrtee^ ^. CJ T E f M' 10s 6d., 15s., 20s. Horizontal Engines, Model Gear Engines, Vertical Engines, and Friction Power Knirines of every description. riOMBINATION iinLip,.^ i vv KNIVES, /*V7\^:^3Sr^ Tt ~ *S- includes Gl'ass V tX^T~^ ' '_i ' ' cutter, Tinopeucr V'~5^ \- ^T Inch Measure. VjC j'sr^' 1 1 3 Wades.andwill ^^yT &^ ' I WClgh Ul) tO 12 S^r \J ib.,is.cd. *F-LACK JUMPING^k T^ffl-ECHAKICAL TOYS of ^^^P^^^B^ all kinds, Is. and up- J»|P^|f§plii^ PINCE-NEZ, to suit all siehis, Is. to 4s. Cd. SPECTACLES, to suit aH sights, Is. to 4s. 01 QUN GLASSES, Is., Is. Cd., 2s. 6d. WE sell REAL PEBBLE SPECTACLES at 4s. 6d. alTUELD GLASSES, lasted to We have sold thousands of these Glasses, and the} have always given satisfaction. Q mOY WATCHES, Is., Is. 6d., and up /^^^Sn. wards. gp VjjAIso, GUN-METAL KEYLESS ^Q3r WATCHES, 12s. Cd. ' 'T1EFENDER' REVOLVERS, 7 barrels, with 103 Cartridges, ^^^^ Lhe best steel ou cart*, Is. Cd., Is. 9d., 2s., 2s. Od. jfiUTLK...

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Mining Intelligence THE VIRGINIA MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Jtltning Intelligence THE VIRGINIA MINE. A meeting of the Virginia Gold Mining Company was held at the office of the secre tary, Royal Exchange, on .Friday week. There was a small attendance, and Mr. F. A. Joyner presided. The Chairman expressed regret at having to call a meeting to consider the position of the company, but the develop ments at the mine were such as to necessitate the step being taken. The gold returns were not sufficient to pay expenses, and in the face of this the shareholders had failed to pay their calls. The amount received on the last call was only £297, which showed a falling off of ] £200 on the call of the previous month. The ' position at the present time was that the com pany had a debit balance of £416 9s. 5d. A Shareholder stated that it was his im pression that the mine had not been thoroughly tried, and if they had the funds it would be advisable to prospect further. Ho had worked on the mine and considered the underlay had not been proved. Mr. Honwoo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLD MINING ON THE ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

GOLD MINING ON THE ONKA PARINGA. Our Mylor correspondent writes on No vember 4 : — The gold mining wave is steadily advancing over our hills and district. Already on our river 6ome eight claims are in active work, the most important being Messrs. W. and W. C. Bell's claims and Mr. E. Hoskin's claim of 10 acres, the Warrakilla South. In the latter the adit has been driven 145 ft., and the lode will be struck in a day or two. The Golden West, the Golden South, and the Golden Rise are being manned by their full complement of men, and from these claims we will hear something in a day or two. Messrs. Craig and Bethune, gentlemen of Ballarat, Victoria, and representing Mel bourne capital, are deeply interesting them selves in our hills, and have already secured Borne valuable properties,' the. most noticeable of wWch are the Stirling Boulder, for which claim Mr.' A. Craig has already ordered the necessary plant. The main feature of this claim consists of a hill of which the centre has bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

On Friday week Mr. N. Philipson de livered an interesting lecture on ' The camels of Australia' before the members of the South Australian branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia at the Union Hall, Pirie-street. Mr. S. Newland presided over a good attendance. The lecturer after dealing with the domestication of the camel in early history stated that they were first brought to South Australia in 1846 by Mr. Henry Phillips. The second lot went to Melbourne in 1860 for exploration purposes, while in 1866 Sir Thomas Elder imported another contingent to this colony. By this time their usefulness in the dry northern country had been demon strated, and they began to become popular. Mr. Philipson referred co the immense value of the animal in dry country, owing to its capa bility of travelling without water, and stated that in the Elder Exploration Expedition the camels travelled 537 miles in 34 days without water. He, however, stated that it was not a matter of training the...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington. November 1. Ninety-one public Bills and one private niejisure were passed during the session of Parliament just ended. His Excellency the Governor has reserved the Customs Duties Reciprocity Bill for the pleasure of her Majesty.

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TASMANIA. Hobart, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

TASMANIA. Hobart. November 1. 1 he minerals exported for the month were valued at £63,000, £18,000 worth of which went from Strahan. Charles George Ramsay, a tourist agent for a Melbourne syndicate; ' was arrested at Glenorchy to-day and charged with issuing a number of valueless cheques. Ilobart, November 5. Mr. Ramsay, the manager of the Ramblers Tourists' Association, was committed for trial to-day on two charges of issuing valueless cheques. Bail was allowed. Launct'Ston, ''November 6. The West Volunteer Gold Mining Company, Lefroy, crushed 80 tons of quartz and obtained 236 oz. of amalgam.

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, November 1. I he steamer Morayshire has taken from Townsville for London 1,110 tons of frozen meat and 1, 100 cases of preserved meat. The warship Dart has arrived at Cooktown with the body of Sub-Lieutenant Rathbone, who accidentally shot himself on Tuesday while cleaning a revolver. Brisbane, November 3. General Booth arrived here on Saturday and was enthusiastically welcomed.

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