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Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

Jfctbl£0. ?Short* Sharp, Shiny.' Fearful floods. A sad case of drowning. It never rains but it pours. More dynamite for tbe Ozar. The G.O.M. has made amends. Russia again menacing Austria, A good augury for a good season. Skating beginning to boom again. Mr. Dillon has gone to Tasmania. (juorn condemns the Government. Mr. Speight will get £5,000 a year. John Dillon is an effective speaker. Phylloxera in the Maitland diBtriot. &. win for the City Land Company. Roller-skating for our country cousins. The Tasmanian loan an entire suooess. John Dillon received a hearty welcome. Ironworkers in Melbourne have struck. A vote of no confidence in the Premier. The health of Mr. Dillon has improved. His Exoellenoy is a good public speaker. Honest Tom can't fix it up right anyway. The Marquis of Ely has been cremated, ' . Sydney has beaten Melbourne at cricket. Last week's Broken Hill run, 115,689 oz, Scotland has beaten England at football. Union Parliament started business again. The ...

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INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. [Before the Commissioner of Insolvency, Mr. J. M. Stuart. S M] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

INSOLVENCY COURT— ADELAIDE. Tuesday, Apbil 16. [Before the Commissioner of Insolvency, Mr. J. M. Stuart. S M 1 Ik be Andrew Petee Peterson-, of Suther land. Farmer. — Final hearing. Mr. A- D vn»\ for tbe cfficial receiver, and Mr. A. J. Foster for tbe insolvent. The accountant reports! —'Liabilities, £S42s. 6d. ; secured. £703 IOj. ; total, £787 12s. 6d. Aseeta— Landed property (mortgaged). £569 4s. ; other property, held by creditor, £61 8s.; do., unencumbered. £t; total. £631 12s Deficiency. £156 Oa. 6d. la ' January, 1886, insolvent had land and oth«r property, £150 ; leas mortgage and other debw. £140 6s. ; surplus, £9 15s. Since than his takings have been £134 Ga. 63., and hia ex- * penditure has been— For interest, £101 15*. 8d ; horsefeed, wage?, &c, £68 6s.; living ex penses, £125 17s. 4d ; insolvency costs, £1 10a. ? I0E8 on stock and implements, £40 6s.; total, £340 1b. Deficiency in estate, £156 0a. 6d. Cause of insolvency— Failure of crops, A first class certific...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey] CITY OF ADELAIDE LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY V. T. BENT. JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SITTINGS Wednesday, apeie. 17. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey ] CI1Y OF ADELAIDE LAND AND INVESTSlEtfF ' '' , company v. t. beki. Judgment. His Honor delivered j adgment in this case, and in concluding his remarks said : — I award and allow the defendant tbe sum of £2,833 10s. as compensation for the defective title of lot 44, which sum includes six months' inte rest at £6 per centum, according to Mr. Bat ting's estimate. With respect' to the points raited by tbe defendant's counsel in refe rence to the buildings on lot 45, I am of opinion tbat (subject to the conveyancing requisitions being satisfactorily complied with) a good title haB been made to this lot, and '? that Home v. Bentley, 5 De Gex. and Small's Reports, 5, p. 520, Bhowa that a covenant to build in a particular manner, winch has not been performed- mado et forma, but which haa been substantially performed, satisfies a cove nant of this description ; indeed it would ba strange were it otherwi...

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ORPHEDS SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

ORPHEUS SOCIETY'S CONCERT. The Adelaide Orpheus Society gave another of their popular concerts at the Town Hall on Thursday evening before a large and apprecia tive audience. The leading features of the Orpheus concerts are novelties; that is, the production of pieces which are not familiar to the ear although not entirely new. There is so wide a field to work upon in this way that it depends largely upon the taste and discrimination of the conductor as to what numbers shall be selected for performance, and in this respect Mr. Stevens has succeeded admirably up to the present in producing a varied and interest ing programme. The concert on Thursday was by no means the least interesting of the series, and all who listened to it were, we are sure, both pleased and edified. Whether it be an old English ballad, ditty, or part song, these reminiscences of the past are revivals that either bring back with them the memories of youth, or to the younger generation open up a vista of the past...

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SAD FATALITY AT SEA. Sydney, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

SAD FATALITY AT SEA. Sydney. April 1G. The ketch Maggie Taylor, Captain McLennan, foundered shortly after crossing the bar out to sea at Camden Haven this morning, and McLean, Cook, Mrs. Lloyd, her six-year-old son, and Robert Hog?, passengers, were drowned. A very heavy sea was ran ninp at the lime of the disaster. Captain McLennan made a gallant effort to save Mrs. Lloyd. He was a good swimmer, and struck out for the shore, taking the lady with him, but was so buffeted about by the rollers that he had to let her go, and only managed to reach the shore - himself In a terribly exhausted condition. The remaining two of the crew were picked by the tug Unique. The Maggie Taylor was built at Stockton, N.S.W., In 1880. She was a wooden vessel of 37 tons, owned by Captain McLennan and another, and was engaged In the coast trade.

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FAILURE OF REPUTED PHYLLOXERA EXTERMINATORS. Sydney, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

FAILURE OF REPUTED PHYL LOXERA EXTERMINATORS. Sydney, April 15. At a meeting of the Albury Vine growers' Association a report was read showing that an examination of a number of phylloxera-affected vineyards which had been treated with repeated applications of specifics for the destruction of the pest, such as scrub exterminator, Fell's oil, and Nethertotts, a specific which had been sold to a Sydney firm on the strength of its supposed merits for a considerable sum, disclosed myriads of phylloxera affecting the roots of vines which had been : destroyed or treated.

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THE SCHOOL OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

THE SCHOOL OF MINES. A meeting of the council of the School of Mines took place at the eastern annexe of the Exhibition Buildings on Monday afternoon, There were present — The chairman, Dr, Cock burn, .Dr. Stirling, Professor Rennie, Messrs. - J. T. Scherk, M.P., C. Todd, C.M.G., A. Adamson, and J. E. Rogers. The Chaibmak reported that the plans and specifications had been prepared for the erec tion] of the chimney-stack and metallurgical laboratory. The tenders would be in by Wednesday next. He also informed the council that Mr. Cloud, the metallurgist of the Wallaroo mines, had for a fee of five guineas consented to advise the council on any matters which require reference to a specialist. The committee appointed to confer with the Chamber of Manufactures with reference to the free lectures to be given under the auspices of the chamber and the School of Mines, reported that it had been decided to deliver these lectures on alternate Fridays commencing on May 10. The Chaesman report...

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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CON CERT. The Philharmonic Society wsre unfortunate on Tuesday night, inasmuch as the attendance at their concert waa utterly spoiled by the weather. The raid, which is so welcome in every part of the colocy, that to write of it as a disaster eeeits tintui, waa nevertheless damaging to tb« various places of amu3emant on Tuesday, &ad &s a consequence the Tdwu Hal.', which would have been crosvdf-d through out, was on:y sparsely attended onthe ooc»3ion of the representation of Mendelssohn's ' St. Paul.' His Excellency the Governor, who had bestowed his pfttxouag«''Opon the performance, faced the elements to beep his promise, and was bravely accompanied by the Countess. His Honor the Chifll Justfoe was also present with the viceregal pmty and suite. The work which the society presented on this occasion has special interest from the fact that it was com posed by Mendelssohn with a motive that can be appreciated even at the present day, aud that was...

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THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. Sydney, April 16 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. Sydney, April 16 QnoDg Tart, who has just returned from China, whilst there held Interviews with some of the leading Imperial authorities In Canton, to whom he explained affairs In connection with the Chinese difficulty In Australia. He believes that a high cflicial will be dispatched to Australia to thoroughly Investigate the question. iV Captain Borthwick, late of the MoKinlay and Mount Wells Mining Company, has been i interviewed.

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The week. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

%hz 38eefc. Thfl railway revenue for the week ending April 13 was £1.6,319, aad that foe the oorres ponding week ot 1883 vraa £18,127. showing a decrease this jear of £1,278. Messrs. Nankivell & Co., agents for tha Union Insurance S c:ety of Canton, have bean advised that the society has declared an interim booua of 29 per cent, on business contributions dating 1888. The Anglo- Unerican of March 9, published at Nice, eaya -.—'Sir Edwin and Lady Smith, after spending about; seven weeks in tha Riviera since their arrival from South Aus tralia, left Nice for Paris and London yester day.' His Excellency tha Governor held a lavee on Saturday, which was attended br about 600 gentlemen. On Sunday morning Lord Kintore attended service at St. Peter's Cathedral, and in tbe afternoon drove to Marble Bill, whence he returned to town on Monday. At the meeting of the Marina Board held on Friday week Warden Neill stated that the hopper barge which has been sold to the Victorian authorities...

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THE NORRIS FUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

THE NORRIS FUND.   TO THE EDITOB. Sir— Enclosed please find £1 4s. from the   employee of Sands & McDougall towards the Norris fund of Goodwood. This is in answer to an appeal which appeared in your paper on Thursday. Trusting other firms will take the matter in hand and obtain a substantial sum for this deserving case— I am, &c, JOHN HOLT, for the employes.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS. HwWMnoetwnft under this heading art inserted m a charge TtooShOUnggajia Sixpeno* auk wftM BIRTHS. LEVY.— On the 7th April, at Palteney-street, the wife of Harry Levy, of a daughter. KDJDERMANN.-On the 13th April, at Hntt street, Adelaide, the wife of W. Sindermann, of a son. AUwelL DOHXDJG.-On the S8lh March, at Caltowte, the wife of J. P. Dowling, of Fowler's Bay, of a son ; both doing well. DABINET.— On the 4th April, at Green-street Brompton Park, the wife of W. Dablnet, of a son. BROOK.— On die 14th April, at Hogby'e Flat, near Woodehester, the wife of Albert Brook, of a son. NAIRN.— On the 15th April, at the residence of F. ? 2. James, Tempters, the wife ot the Rev. John Nairn, Melrose, of a son. LAWTON.— On tbe 16th April, at Flinders-street^ Adelaide, the wife ot J. A. Lawton, of a eon, still born. HENSIBIDGE -On the 17th April, at Gaits-street, Adelaide, the wife ot H. Henstridge, of a daughter. HALES. -On the 9th April, at her father's resi de...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 20 April 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS VICTORIA. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, April 17. Archibald Hunter, builder, of Mul- grave, filed his schedule to-day. His debts are £22,491 and assets £18,491,   showing a deficit of £4,000. The causes of insolvency are depreciation in the value of real estate. At the Wangaratta County Court this morning H. S. Par.fi.tb, member of the legislative Assembly, proceeded against ?John Henry Tone for slander. The plaintiff and defendant were candi dates for the same constituency at the recent general elections, and Mr. Tone whllecanvassingmentlonedthatMr. Parntt -could not take a seat in the House because he was sent to the colony as a convict. Mr. Parfitfc vindicated his character and consented to receive an apology, the de fendant paying the costs. A man named George Wright, 77 years -of age, was brought before the Shepparton -Court to-day charged with committing a capital offence on a girl at Barman 12 years ago. The accused was arrested on a...

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BLOCK 10. Broken Hill, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

BLOCK 10. I By Telegraph,! Broken HilL April 26. In consequence of the various rumors afloat concerning Block 10, 1 interviewed Mr. Patton this morning, and he states there is no tenth in the statement that the lode has baen struck. A drive bas been put in about 10 feet, and tha vein may be Btrnck at any time.

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THE GWEEDORE AFFRAY. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE GWEEDORE AFFRAY. [BY STJBilAHIKB CABLE. J IFrom our own Occreanoadeat.1 London. April 23? The Archbishop of Dublin (the Bight Rev. Dr. Walsh} has made application to the Home Secretary that the trial of Father McFadden, the prieBfc who has been charged with complicity in the mur der of an inspector of police when he was arrested at Gweeddore, should take place In England and not in Ireland.

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THE JUNCTION MINE. Broken Hill, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE JUNCTION MISS. fBy Telegraph.1 Broken HilL ADril 26. t jThere has been a wonderful improvement at the 300-feet level at tbe Junction mine during the last few weeks, and now there is revealed a splendid body of ore, no less than 33 feet in width to work upon. The quality of the ore haB continued excellent and is first class for eon* centration. Widening has gone on steadily since the lode was first passed through, and it is 33 feet in width where the crosscut has just been put in. The work of breaking down magnificent ore passed through by the winze from the 200 feet level has been commenced, and rich stuff is now being raised, Native sliver. is dis tributed in beautiful form through every piece of ore removed from this part of the mine. The ore consists of massive carbonate and native silver, and forma a coating. The ore' body appears extensive, and the material should enable the company to derive a hand-' some profit. This ore will be sent to the Dry Creek smelters direct. The ...

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POLITICS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

POLITICS IN ENGLAND. [From our own Correspondent.] London. April 23. Lord Bandolph Churchill has taken strong exception to the tone of certain references to the Birmingham Tories made in recent speeches by Mr. Chamber lain, and a violent quarrel has arisen between the two statesmen.

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Mining Intelligence. (For other Mining Newt see page 6.) THE EURIOWIE FIELD. Broken Hill, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

fining intelligence, , (For other Mining Newt see page 6.) THE EURIOWIK FIELD. [By Telegraph. 1 Broken HilL Anril 24. There has been another mineral discovery in the Euriowie district. It is situated abonVfive miles from the Lady Don camp, and openings N made in the lode reveal nodules of copper ore, galena and carbonate lead with calcspar and mineralised kaolin. Assays bave given 70 oz, silver and 65 per cent. lead. The tin dressing plant erected at Albion Town is to treat 20 tons of ore from the Oaloola mine. It is working very smoothly, and splen did results are expected.

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DISASTROUS FIRE IN WISCONSIN. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

DISASTROUS FIRE IN WINCONSIN. IFrom out own GDrreHOontIenS.1 Lohdon, April 23. A fire of enormouB proportions has occurred at Wisconsin, one of the Northern States of the American Union. The conflagration devastated a wide tract of country and destroyed numerous homesteads Altogether 15,000 persons have been rendered homeless.

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THE BONANZA, MINE. Broken HilL April 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE BOKANZA. MINE. [By Teleeroph.1 Broken HilL Anril 25. Rich carbonate ore has been struck at the Bonanza mine. Tbe discovery was made a few days ago, but tbe news is only just given to the public, it having been considered ad visable to prove that the find was really one of importance before creating a stir. A splendid body of ore has been driven into for some {dis tance. I visited tbe mine this evening, The discovery was made in driving from the winze sunk from the drive put in from No. 1 trial shaft. The depth is 80 feet. A vugh cloBely IKDCUIMUUg IIUWOQ 1UQII VflllU j»U ^VUD UUtVU Broken Hill mine was first driven into, and then the carbonate ore waB struck. When I went below nearly the whole of the face was splendid ore. There appears to be a great body of it, but it is impossible to say its extent until more work has been done. Tbe quality of the stuff may be gathered from the assays, which give 66 oz. silver and from 30 to 40 per cent, of lead. Ia appearance the ore strongly...

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