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LAND IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LAND IN THE UNITED STATES. Seldom even in that land of marvellously rapid colonisation, the United States of America, has the Bureau of Immigration done more satisfactory work than through its recent efforts to utilise the waste laoda of Kentucky. 1 hese are the Bo-called 'poor lands,' having a thin loamy and sandy soil, requiring manure and remain ing unsettled after the rich blue -grass and other ferule regions had long been occupied. Tfie iatent, which the bureau has steadily followed oub for eight years. was to place on these lauds hard-working farmers who were without means to par chase the improved lands, but who had moscle3 patience, courage, and a little money. Within the period named 10,000 euch hnmlgianba have been located la the state and form a number of distinct colonies or settlements with from one hundred to a thousand inhabitants each. Most of these frugal and iuduatrioua settlers hail from the Continent of Europe, and include Swiss, Germans, Austrians, and Scandinav...

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TALUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TALUNGA. March 1L— Present— All bnt Cr. Rathjen. Work to be done— A few loads of gravel in Gnmeracha for blinding, and new wheelbarrow for Codlee Creek ward. Tenders accepted for district work — Contract 78, gravelling, S. Vet man, 128. per chain. For main roads— Clearing and sidecnttiog new deviation, T. Lin tern, £1 4s. per chain. Receipts, £57 14s. Hi. Payments— General, £90 4s. ?-(!. ; and main roads, £37.

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TANUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TANUNDA. March 2.— Present— All. Tenders accepted Contract 18, H. Kaaeebaum & Co., £10 12'.; 19, H. Jnncken, £8 ; 20, Keil and Traiger, 3b. 6d. per cnbic yard, 2& metal. Chairman stated that 100 stringy bark rails would be delivered at £4 15s. Ne* assessment to be prepared. Receipts, £32 7s. 6d. Payments— General, £21 15s. Sd.; snd main road, £3 3s. 9d, In spector of health reappointed. Report of in ep»ctor eatitfactory, all notioes having been complied with, -

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TRURO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TRURO. March 9.— Present- All but Ors. Jay and Nittchke. PostmRgter-Gentral wrote promis ing to remove telegraph-poles from footpath ia Moorundk-street, Truro. Gierk to prepare aiseBsmtnt prior to next elections. Gouasil approved of proposed work on boundary-road between sections £57 and 407, hundred of Dutton, cost not to exceed £10. and to be ccder tbs evipsrvision of Nealea council. Works ordered— Repairs to creek near Mr. H. Milcfs'd, Esorfch Rhine, and repairs to cross-road ue&r Mr. Fielke's, Dutton. Cr. Habel applied for repairs to Truro and Paddy's Plain road; to stand over. Government to be asked for money for construction purposes. Overseer reported having arranged with O. Hartwig to continue the clearing of Truro and Eudunda-road to the boundary of the district. Tender accepted— Contract 325, forming and metalling two chains of road and other work on Truro and Duck Pouds ro&d, F. Denholm, £5 I83. Receipts, £11 13s. 4d. Payments, main roads, £25. Board of He...

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TUNGKILLO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TUNGKILLO. March 9.— Present— All but Cr, Dohut. Crown Lands Office wrote notifying £350 special .grant en main roads. Council in spected main roads, and found amount granted was very inadequate to place same in repair. District to be declared a vermin district, and registration -fee for dogs not to exceed 5* , and sluts 7s. 6j. Notices to be served for destruc tion cf Bathurst burr. Mr. Herrmann waited on couEcil re bad repair of Boundary-road, Mount Beevor ward ; Talanga council to be written to. 1,000 yard^ metal, 2\ inch gauge, to be obtaintd for main roads. Tenders ac cepted— Contract No. 2, D. Goods, £3 15s per chain; 3, H. Nitschke, 4s. 3d. cubic yard. Receipt?, £31 4a. 9i. Payments — General, £19 6s. lOd. ; and maio. roadB, £2 14b.

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AFFAIRS IN SAMOA. London, Match 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

AFFAIRS IN SAMOA. {From out own Correspondent. | Losdon. March 13. An interview has been published by one of the American journals with Admiral David D. Porter, who is at the head of the United States navy st Washington, regarding the state of afiairs in Samoa. Admiral Porter expressed himself strongly on the matter, and openly favored America .attacking Germany in retaliation for the latter'a conduct in Samoa. This inteiview has caused a great sen sation. Count von Berchem, the German Ucder-Secretary of State for Foreign Affaire, will represent Germany at the forthcoming conference at Berlin on ♦Samoan affairs.

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. THE COLONIAL INSTITUTE. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LiATE EDITION. LATE TELECfRAMS. THE COLONIAL INSTI TUTE. ? ? ? [From out own Correspondent.! Xioxdok, March 14. The Royal Colonial Institute having attained its majority (exactly 21 years having elapBed since its foundation) a banquet to celebrate the event was held last night, the Prince of Wales presiding. The gue&ts included the Hon. Titos, Archer, Agent-General for Queensland, Sir F. Dillon Bell, Agent-General for Kew Zealand, Sir Arthur Blyth, Ageab General for South Australia, Sir George Bowen. formerly Governor of Victoria, Mr. F. If. Braddoo, Agent-General for Tasmania, Lord Brassey* the Hon. H. C. E. Guilders, Sir Jobn Coode, Bit. H. O. Dangar, M.LC, of New South Wales, Sir J. F. Garrick, formerly Agent General for Queensland, Mr. G. A. Good chap, M.P., ex-Commissioner of Railways In New South Wales, Mr. J. Henniker Heaton, M.P., Sir R. G. W. Herbert, Permanent TJnder-Secretary for the Colonies, Sir George Innes, Lord Kim foerley, Mr. Donald Larnach, Sir Thomas Mcll...

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BAKERS CREEK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

BAEERS CREEK MINE. At a directors' meeting of tbe Baker's Greek Gold MiniDg Company, held on Tuesday nJorrsiDp, the directors declared a sixth divi dend cf Ib. 6d. per share, amounting in all to £7,500, payable on April 2. ThiB will make a total of £S5,GGQ distributed amongst the share holders during the past six montha.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THIRD GREAT SUMMER SALE. THIRD GREAT SUMMER SALE. THIRD GREAT SUMMER SALE. eiiuurn ADELAIDE'S MARKET «i.r SUMMER ™ SALE SUMMER BOOTS AND SHOES, SALE SUMMER ^iSlSP' '* SALE ISS MARVELLOUS BARGAINS. i^| Sra ONE MONTH ONLY, g* oUIYlmtK GEEATER DEDUCTIONS THAIS EVER. OHIX nUllTS larftefi1 French Lasting ILH... 4 11 Gent's Leather E.S. _' - 6U SHlitu 1JUU I W-LwMeB-Oolosn Lasting. .3 11 Genf s Call E.S. _ - .86 WilVfcW __ _ __ Ladies' Toe-cap LaBting _ 3 9 Gent's Balmoral Hook . _ 6 8 aiiai** RflATA Ladles' Kid Oxford Shoes _ 4 11 Gent's Calf Balmorals . _ 8 8 DfJilLCf Dlflllu Ladietf Calf Eld Oxford ShoeB 6 6 Genffa Cloth-top Balmorals - 12 6 ufllfLU VWWIV Ladies1 ESd Button Boots - 6 11 Genf e Cloth-top E S. - - 11 6 w»bw»w ?.mjwj* ladies' -Kid lace Bocts ? «. 0 11 Gent's Oloth-top Shoee— .9 11 A||M|- SflflTv Indies' Levant Lace Boots - 6 11 Gent* a Leather Shoes - -6 11 VU|||-V ?Hill I U Ladies' Cloth-top lace Eoots- 8 11 Genf e Calf Oxford Shoes -86 QllUMj ^ w Ladies' Cloth-top Butto...

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THE INSPECTOR OF MINES' REPORTS. THE EURO CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TEE INSPECTOR OF MINES' REPORTS, THE EURO CL4.ni. ^The Inspector of Mines (Mr. D, D. R -sa- warsie) has forwarded to the (Joniinissioner of Grown Lands a report on t&e Earo ciaitr., at Macnehill, dated March 11. Taa report U aa follows : — ' 1 beg to submit tbe follDwiag1 report oa tha claim known as the Euro, iu the Maaaaiiill district: — ' On the crcwu of the hill a ft »t lode ha? beea cspoEtd, on which a lot of open cuttiass hive bfen rrsde to ascertain tha precise cjucsa. V- hen this had been done a shaft was started on a formation striking north east and f-outh-west, with a dip to the north west at an angle of 45'. Thu shaft is dc.WD 50 feet, At thu depth the lode fjtnr.fd itself into a compact body of quartz about 4 feet thick and nearly vertical. The stratum enclos'iog the lode is very favorable fcr gold bearing; and the lode in the bottom cf shaft is worth testing to a greater depth. Having carried gold on the surface, it ia highly probable it will beoome richer ia u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

GREAT SALE. THE ENTIRE. STOCK OF ^ MESSRS. JOHN GORNiSH $ 00. FOR THIS WEEK THE (F JOHN GORNISH & CO., (taf filters, Miiilary and Clerical TsiioK, &c. The Quality and Style of GoocU Tiept by this Finn need no comment. SUEFIOE 10 SAY 3?HA.T WE HAVE DETERMINED TO . CLEAR EVERY LINE. THE PfitGES WILE BE IN ACCORDANCE. MEMO.— We are now Opening our AUTUMN mid WINTER SHIPMENTS, an& shall be phased to, submit, tJiese Goods for Inspection to any Customer so desiring. TWIED ffi& TAILORING DEPARTM8VF THiQtJSOJpS OF ^^yASDSotSPLSKDIDTWEEDS, COATINGS, &c., from J. COEKISH: & CO.S Well-tnown Sfcoct, will be offered ai Clearing Prices. The following will gire an ISea of the value to be -obtained daring the cofitiaaaQoh of sale. We have Becnred the services of Messrs. Coralsh ft Go.'s -Jntter, which, with oWtrthf regular staff, will enable as to sxecafce all orders ?Kfithout delay. ?.'-..- $SEN*S TWEED TEOHSEBS, tbTOEasare, welgBhrunk, Oomi3a'e pric...

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THE SILVER STREAM MINE. SOME PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. Broken Hill, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE SILVER STREAM MINE. SOME PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. FBv cur own Reporter, 1 Broken Hill, March 11. In connection with the development of the Silver Stream mine and the attempt that was alleged to have been made to float the pro perty in the London market a few months ago, there are some peculiar circumstances, of which the general public know nothing. Mr. S. Lawrence states that in February last year be bad just commenced business in Broken Hill as a commission agent when he was inter viewed by two men named respectively Win. Bullock and David Kemp, with reeard to floating the Silver Stream mine into a syndicate. Bullock stated that he had worked the.property in connection with others for over two s ears previously with excellent results. They had sent 12 cwt. of ore from the claim to tbe Day Dream smelter, which yielded a re turn from firsts of 4,000 cz. and seconds 900 oz per ton. A picked sample gave the extraordi nary return of 14,000 oz. per ton. This infor mation was ako obta...

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THE BANK OF FRANCE. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE BANK OF FRANCE. London, March 14. A rumor has become prevalent on the Stock Exchange that the directors of the Bank of France, which, it was stated, would advance 100,000,000 francs to the aid of the Comptoir d'Escompte, had re signed. The action is supposed to have been taken as a protest against the ad vancing of money to assist the C jmptolc d'Escompte. The authorities have ad mitted that one director has resigned. Mr. A. G. Downer has been asked to stand as a candidate for the directorate of the Bank of Adelaide, and has decided to do bo. There are two vacancies on tbeboatd of directors, and the Hon. Henry Scott ia also a candidate. Dr. Earp. -the newly-appointed teacher of cbe&histty said natural ecieacea, eailed fcom Eogiand en .February 22, and oaav therefore b_ expected to reach the colony about March 2;1.

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COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS. DISCOURAGING RUMORS. London, Much 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS. [BY SUBMA&IHS OABL1.] (From onr own Correspondent,] DISCOURAGING RUMORS. London, March 14. Statements of a very discouraging nature have been circulated regarding the position of the Consptoir d'Escompte da Paris. It Is affirmed that the attempt) to reorganise the bank will prove a failure, -and that it is again relapsing. This [news has created a considerable «eneation, and it is feared that a panic vdll ensue amongst the shareholders.

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THE TIMES AND MR. PARNELL. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE TIMES AM) MR. PARtfELL. ? [From our own Correspondent,] London. March 13. The Special Commission met again to day, and Sir Richard Webster brought the case for the Times to a conclusion. Sir Charles Knsaell, the leading counsel f or Mr. ParnelL, in opening the defence, said he anticipated calling no less than 400 witnesses to prove that his clients were innocent of the charges made .against them by the Times. An application was made by Sir Charles Xt&ssell to the Special Commission for the release of Messrs. William O'Brien, m.f., ana i. Harrington, M.t'., who are now under sentence for inciting tenants to resistance, In order that they may be enabled to prepare their respective de fences against the charges made by the fEimes. The bench granted the application for -their release from prison, provided that they would give a guarantee not to make soy attempt at agitation in Ireland daring the time they were free. Messrs. O'Brien and Harrington have accordingly been releas...

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THE IMPENDING CONFERENCE. London, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE IMPENDING CONFERENCE. Lokdon, March 15. President Harrison has appointed Me. -J. Kaseon, the American Minister to Germany, Mr. E. J. Phelps, late Minister to England, and Mr. John Bates to re present the United States at the impend ing international conference on the condition of affairs in 'Samoa.

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TEE BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. A HUNDRED MEN DISMISSED AND THE ASSAY OFFICE CLOSED. AN INTERVIEW WITH CAPTAIN PIPER. Broken Hill, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TEE BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. A BUNDRED MEN DISMISSED AND LTHE ASSAY OFFICE CLOSED. AN INTERVIEW WirH CAPTAIN PIP£B. [By TeleeraDb.1 Broken HilL MarcV 11. Considerable uncertainty haB prevailed during the last couple of days as to the troth of certain rumors which were circulated to the effect that a great number of hands have betn discharged from the South Broken Hill mine, but now there is not the slightest denbt that at least 100 workers have ' been dismissed. Rumors were set afloat on Friday, and on the following morning the local re or nine paper alleged that it had made enquiries into the matter, and bad found that the statement was *' without a Epintilla of truth,' The Barrier Miner pub lished on Saturday afternoon also reported having m&de enquiries of Captain Piper and elicited the information that instead of any number of men beicg dismissed from the rcice core would be put on. These contra dictions were eo positive that the belief soca began to be entertained that t...

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Mining Intelligence. BARRIER MINING NEWS. Broken Hill, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

jainim; Intelligence, BAftRIER MINIKG NEWS. IBvTeletrrarjh.l Broken HHL March 9. The second smelter at the Block li mine was put in blast this morning. It is not antici pated that thiB will double the run weekly, bat that it will increase it by one-half. With regard to the rumor circulated in A*de laide concerning hands being discharged from the South Broken Hill mine. Captain Pipsr, oa being interviewed, states that instead of any number of men being dismissed mare will be pnt on. a -.

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MR. JOHNS F. WRIGHT'S QUESTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MR. JOHN F. WRIGHTS QUESUOSS. TO IHK EDITOB. Sir— !-lr. jGhn F. Wright desires me to answer questions that I have in Eubtjsaee already dieeaspsd in the presE on various occatiuns. It wot;ld Dct. therefore, be reis m able to expect that you sbo-a'.d crowd ou' other matter to give room for repeating replies which, from the nat^ie of the questions, must be Eomewb&t lenptby. I shall, however, be glad to Eee Mr. Wright and his friends by appointment and b&ve an houe'd chat en the sutreets he refers to. Ae a goo3 deil has been Eaid of iate ebcut land rent, the pub lic would no doubt like ta bear a ward auon.t & subject which ranis fide by side with it, and of which Mr. H. V. Mil' says in hie work 'Poverty and the State' — 'This custom of the payment of usury. like the payment of land-rent, ie at variance with thenatarai rights cf mankind ;' while Mr. Delmar in his 'History of Mcney' avere that 'Reform ia the institution of money is never referred to by agrarian ref...

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THE GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST'S VISIT TO THE RUBY FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE GOYERK&IEHT GEOLOGIST'S VISIT TO THE RUBY FIELDS. In October last the Government Geologist (Mr. H. y. It. Brown) proceeded on an expe dition to the rnby lields near the MacDjnnsJl Ranges. His diary and report of the trip has new been forwarded to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, and from ic «re learn something of the country passed through. A Btatt w»ij xsade on October 8, and on October 12 the parly, consisting of Mr. Brown and Sir. J. Condon, with four camels, left the railway at Anna Creek and proceeded on. At Alge buckina he taw the hole which was Bank in the river flat of the Neales, where Biddle dis covered a little gold two years ago. Mr. Brows cays — ' Ae this quartz conglomerate originally covered a large area where the river Sat now is it is nioet probable that the gold waEhed from it daring denudation has formed a ' lead* below the bed of the river, which when found may contain payable gold. _ Tne great drawback to testing this river flat is the immense] body ...

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