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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

? Shipping. ? ^.CTa fTl Hg P. A O. 8. H. Hg^i X COMPANY, nodei contract with HUp the Imperial, New Booth Wales, Vie Iftl','!* Strath Australian Government*, will till ntck tbeloUcwlng steamers for LONDON, nulling at «£BANY. OOLOHBO, ADEN. BRINDiBI, MALTA, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH:— ? , Etesuem Zone. Qommander. iAdeSS. VICTORIA . 609 1 G.F, Gates -May/ 8 ?FARRAMATTA 4766 jR. G. Murray _ May SO . OCEANA _ _iei88P S. Tomlln -Jane 8 *MASSHJA _ 1 49 1 8 S. D. Shallard _ June 17 ♦CARTHAGE - 4879 E. G. Stead -July 1 *ROHE _ _ 4885 A. W. Adamson July 15 ARCADIA .. 6188 ff.B. Andrews July 29 Steamers marked thus * do not call at Colombo. Passengers by die Victoria can leave Adelaide jpn Monday, May 6, by any train ior Lugs Bay not later than the special from North-terrace at 2.32 p.m. For convenience of Passengers tills Train will van down Large Pier. Cargo and Parceli received op te nosn c! Saturday, May ? BATES OF PASSAGE HONEY 1— fc London In First Saloon - £604oJWI. Do. da Second do. — £8...

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A PLEA FOR THE OLD OR COMMON MOSS ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

A PLEA I OR THE OLD OR G03HI0N MOSS ROSE. Xt aeede courage to write the statement, and yet it is true that the old common moss rose ib the. best of all that class, absolutely anS rela tively. The constitution of the moss rose has - h»8 also withstood the shock of centuries, the fall of thrones, and the crash of empires, Whilst ae to her rivals and contemporaries, ?who shall say how many have come and gone Eincefthe red-letter day when the common moss was clothed with its new grace and higher 1uB«f«i 9 A -mil «rot «n.#- nvila tko {HA. OAtnmnn lucauuj m r~-'fi jr^m **w %-***j *m.w ww vw h m ?«*? xnoBB survives, but even tha same olsateabida with tie, enriching us with their Beauty and satisfying us with their sweetness through a lifetime. I write within sight of an old moss rose that hasf not failed in iis rich harvest of bloom once in the last 40 years. At first it Etood alone, it then became the attractive centre of a considerable border of roseB. Of the latter it must be written th...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

ARRIVED. '-; FEIDAT, APHIL 19. COLA.C, steamer, 958 tons* Win, Dinald bod, from Newcastle via Fort Pirie. John T&rnbuU, Otty and Port, agent. SWORDFISH, Bcbonner, 111 toaa, Ed. ' Taylor, from Peoguin, Tasmania, April 6. A, IieMeBsurier, agent. MXJRRUMBID&EE, steanier, 1,774 tone, A. Filkisgton, from London March 1, Oos Palaaae 9th, Geo. Willa and Co,, agents. Paa . eeagerE — 43 in the steerage. SAI0BDAT, AFHIL 20, iTJRIilNE, ketcA, 69 tone, W. Swiggs, from Pert Lincoln. NEW ARRIVAL, schooner, 33 too, Ji L&ehm&r, from Kangaroo Island. FiiEETWiNGs kemtt, 44 tone, J, Leaefc, from AidroBean. : YOUNG FOSTER, ketci, 24 torn, J, : Geddes, from Ciinton. . HE3UENA. ketch, 25 toiss, B, Garnant, ., from Clinton. BALL AARAT, stearaer, P. and O. , 2,663 :~ tons, Edward Aehdown, troin Sydney April 13, ilelbonrce 18th. Mr. Eently, purser. ; Elder, Snoith, snd Co., agente, City and Fort. .P&sseDgere : fronii Melbourne for- Adelaide rf— Mea85s. A. Kiirp, R. O....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

The Seven Gttfieura Boys T&6M MTen beautiful Toys owe their beanty of Akin, luxuriance, of hair, purity of Wood, and Atedomsfrora hereditary taint or Imracra of the ekln «r «calp to Oie-criebratedCnnccBA Kehedie*. ' I'orcieanEing,pnrifjing find bewitifySig the efeln ?f cMJdren and Infants, and. cnring torturing, dis - figcriug, itching, eraly and pimply diseases of the ?Mb, ecalp and blood, Trflh loss of hair, from in fancy to old age, CoMCCBA, the great ekin cure, and Cutzcuoa Soap, an exquisite Bfcio heanliuer, ^prepared from* it externally, and Ccticoea Rb jboWent, the new blood purifier, internally, are ?infallible. __— _ Tour most valuable CtrticOBA Bex£st£8 nave done my child bo much good that I feel lite saying *his for the benefit of those who are troubled with :«Hn disease. My litUe girl -warn troubled with ^jBoterns^ and I tried several doctors and medicines, tat did not do her any good until I need the to. ctjba RE-ftssiBS, which speedily cored her, for -which I o...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

BASEBALL. A baseball match was played on tbe East Park Lands on Saturday. April 20. 1S39, be tween the Goodwood and PoBt and Telegraphs, snd re&ulted in an easy victory for the Good weeds. Scores :— Good woods — 41; E. Cocker 9, T. Ward 7, J. Ooeden 7, W. Leak 6, H. Leak 4, A. Banfield 4, H. Morris 3, H. Painter 2\ Bacfield one home run. PoBt and Tele graphs— 19 ; Sexton 5, Griffiths 3, Parkin 3, RicbwdB 3, L'Estage 2, AdamB 1, Sellar 1, Tanberl. Meepre, Aloule and Horn, members for Flinders, waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works on Friday and presented a memorial from tha Corporation of Port Augusta Wesi, asking for a grant of £1,000 for completing Ne&ter'a contract on the Caroona road, &Dd for forming and metalling aboat 40 chains on the said road where most required. The Commissioner promised to get a report on the matter from Mr. Irvine, and if tha report was favorable he would try and meat them as far m possible,

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

AQUATICS. DuriDg the Easter holidays about 20 members of the Holdfast Bay Yacht Club tripped across to Stansbnry in MA Justice Boucant's yacht, Mischief, kindly placed at their disposal by the owner, and under com mand of Mr. J. L. E. Ray Boucaut. A Btart was made from Gleuelg at 2.15 on Good Friday morning, but the absence of anything like a breeze resulted in a most tedious trip, thp Miechinf not arriving at Stansbnrv nntil 3-1,30 a.m. on Saturday morning, having taken nearly Srhoura. to accomplish. At Stansbnry tbe club engaged in a cricket match with a local team, and succeeded in winning by 13 rons. On Saturday evening the club's Variety Troup, which were amongst the excurstenJBta, gave an entertainment in the Stanebury Town Hall to a good atten decce, which passed off very successfully. Sunday was spent in curio hunting and similar pastimes. After a highly enjoyable stay, which was made additionally so through the kindneeB and attention to their require ments by Mr. H. Davison...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

COLONIAL imEGBAUSE VICTORIA IFrom our own GorreBpondent.1 Melbourne. April 20. Gcod Friday was observed In Hie usual semi-Sabbatarian and holiday fashion. The weather was fine and holiday-makers were numerous. A large number of people travelled by the trains, and the various Bay excursion steamers were crammed. The military encampment at Langwarren was visited by alarge number of spectators. The fleet commenced its Easter ma noeuvres in the Bay. The various forts In Port Phillip* were manned, and the garrisons were put through useful exercise. A serious land-slip occurred at the Point Nepsan battery to-day, caused by the recent heavy rains. A portion of the outer work, consisting mainly of sandbags, was forced out of position by a' slip of the land, and the fort was rendered per fectly useless for the present. It will cost a deal of money to repair the mischief. Melbourne, April 21. It has now been decided that Colonel Bull shall be appointed Governor of the Melbourne Gaol vice l-wy...

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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] LONDON, April 18 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

COMMERCIAL. jFr om on own GorfeEspoaaesSi] Londos, April 18 The tallow market Is quiet. Best Aus tralian mutton has declined Is. since last week, being now quoted at 20s. 6d. to 27s. Beef remains at 25s. Cd. to 263. The present stock in hand Is 16,000 caaks, being 4,000 more than last week. * Australian tin ia 10 j. higher, being £93 10s. Tanned skins and hides are in fair de man3, but prices are generally lower. Oxhidee are lower, being now quoted at 3|d. to 3£d. Wheat in store is flat, LoxDOJf, April 23. Wheat is quiet. Off coast Australian is unchanged at 36s. 6cL to 37s. Australian flour, ex store, Is unaltered at 28s. Gd. to 29a. Stocks of Australian frozen meat are low. New Zealand frozen mutton, prime selected, is worth ili. Australian tin Is flat at £93 10s. to £94. The copper market is flat; but wi shout change. Bar silver is worth 3s. Gftrd. Australian leather has declined Id., being now quoted at 8|d. to 9d.

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THE PRIZE RING. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE PRIZE RING. ? ? [From our own Correspoadeat.] London. Anrll 24. Mr. Joe Thompson, who has arrived safely with his family, has made an oSer to back Slavin, the Australian champion boxer, who is now touring the colonies, against either of the English cham pions, Smith or Mitchell, for £1,000 a Bide and the championship of England and Australia. The Melbourne 'Levia- than ' is willing that the match shall take place in London or in Melbourne. This challenge has caused a good deal of sen sation in pugilistic circles. It is considered certain that the challenge will be ac cepted, it being impossible to see on what plea either of the English champions can refuse, as they cannot object on the score of color, as was done in Jackson's case.

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THE EPSOM SPRING MEETING. [From our own Correspondent.] London, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE EPSOM SPRING MEETING. (From oar own Garros ondent.] London, April 23. The Epsom Spring Meeting was com menced today, when the Holmwood Two-year- old Stakes,' the Great Surrey Handicap, the Great Metropolitan Stakes, the Westminster Stakes, and several other events were run off. The following iB the result of The Gbeat Meteopolttan Stakes. — A handicap of 20 sors. each, 10 ft., with 500 added ; the second to receive 60 sova. out of the stakes. Course about two iniles and a quarter :— Mr. H. T. Barclay's br c Tissaphernes, by Xeoophon— Twitter ? 1 Lord Imrgan'a b c Ootfllon, by Hagioscope— Mabille ? 2 Mr. E- Ci Vyner's b f Fallow- Chat, by Hagioscope— Stone Chat ? 3 Tissaphernes was the winner of the Great Metropolitan Stakes at the Epsom Spring Meeting on April 10, 1888, the Duke of Beaufort's The Cob being second, and Sir. R. Crest's Renny third. Lord Lurgan's Cotillon carried ofi the Three year-old Plate at the Newmarket Craven Meeting on April 18 last year, and Fallow Chat was...

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THE PLOT AGAINST THE CZAR. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

THE PLOT AGAINST THE CZAR. ITtom oat own Oorrwpoad'eBt.l London. AnrI! 23. It has transpired that the conspirators whose bomb factory at Zurich was re cently discovered had arranged' for an attempt to assassinate the Czar by dyna mite during Eastertide. The religions ser vices which the Czar would attend were regarded as a favorable opportunity for the execution of the plan. Several aililtary cSicera have bsan ar rested for complicity in the plot.

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IRISH EMIGRATION. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

IRISH EMIGRATION. (From car own ConeiDondientJ London. April 23. A proposal hats been made to divert the stream of Iriah emigration from the United States— to which by far the great majority go — to some of the British colonies. Representations have been made by a number of people who have taken the matter up that the con stant and steady transfer of population from Ireland to America is very injurious io tee umpire ana wiu in insure prooabJy lead to grave results. It is therefore euggested that the Government should take stepe to induce those leaving Ireland to proceed to some other part of the empire, and several of the Australian colonies aTe pointed to as suitable for the purpose. The colonies of Queensland and Western Australia have been selected as best fitted to receive a large influx of population.

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CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. An adjourned meeting of the Presbytery of Adelaide was held in the vestry of Fiinders Btreet Church on Wednesday. These ware present the Burs. W. F, Alain {-moderator), Dr. Paton -and E, Eorke, ministers, and Messrs. Fleming', Ferguson, and Lyon, and Dr. Boberteon. elders, Commissions in favor of representative elders ior the next twelve months were presented and accepted. The Eev. Jarnea LyaH (with ut, tfRom as an alternate; ana air. Fleming were appointed to represent the Presbytery at the meeting of the Federal Assembly to be held at EobaTt in January, 1830. Mr. Rorke, as moderator of tha Goodwood congregation, an nounced that at a meeting of the congregation it was agreed to petition the Presbytery for a moderator in a call. The congregation guaranteed a stipend of £75, while outside help bad been promised to tha extent of £60 per annum for two years with a guarantee of £S0 for a third year. He considered the pros pects of the congregation to ba encouraging,...

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MR. DILLON IN TASMANIA. Hobart, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

MR. DILLON IN TASMANIA. Hobart, April 19. A cordial reception was given to Mr. Dillon to-day by the adherents of the Home Rule cause. Mr. Dillon was escorted from the steamer to the Town Hall. The mayor welcomed him as a member of the British Parliament. An address was presented to him, expres sing a wish that self-government in Ireland would be speedily consnm* mated, and that Mr. Dillon's mission to the colonies would la every sense be successful. Mr. Dillon made a long speech in reply, expressing his gratifica tion and pride that the people of that free country had assembled to receive with kindness one whom the greatest news papers In England had assailed and hounded down as a criminal aad murderer. After years of obloquy and misrepre sentation the Home Rule cause had so far prospered that he could go into any town in England or Scotland and find that any meeting which would aasemble would be two to one in favor of Home Rule for Ireland. He believed that the end of their labor w...

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MILITARY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

MILITARY ITEMS. The following orders were issued from the Staff Office on Wednesday : — Infantry Brigade, t-Officers for the ensuing week; Major Stuart, A.R,, Captain Medlyn, A.E., ^Lieutenant Tsreedie, A.E. Private BatchelorC Company, 1st Battalions iB promoted corporal, Private H. Taylor to be corporal &ud Privates A, Tucker and E. H- Harrison to be lancecor porals. Privates Bristow, F. Wild, and A. Hockley to be corporals in 33 'Company, 1st Battalion, His Excellency the Governor in Council has been pleased to appoint Colonel L. Mathew?, Militia Infantry, Lientenant-Goloael F. Makin, Militia Iniantry, Lieutenant Colonel J. C Lovely, 'Volunteer Force, to ba honorary aides-de-camp to his Excellency, and -to appoint KLajor General M. F. Dowaos, E..A-, Oammantiei of theS.AM. Forcee to be alao commanding officer of the S» A.M. Force3 in terms of «laaEe5cof Act 125 of 1878, and to accept the resignation of Hon. Lieutenant R, V. Equarise. 'bandmaEter S.A. Militia Force, Trumpete...

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TRAIN COLLISION NEAR SANDHURST. Melbourne, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

TRAIN COLLISION NEAR SAND HURST. Melbourne. April 21. A eerious railway accident occurred on Friday night at the Golden-square rftil way-Btation, near Sandhurst. The last passenger train from Melbourne, which arrived late, was just moving off from the Golden-square station when a pilot engine, which was following the train, ran into it. The guard's van was smashed to atoms, and several carriages were irnnMrerl hn n?BCPJ» TTlA Vtm an-? ¥hp. la&fc carriage were luckily empty. Altogethe 10 persons were Injured, The pilot engine ran into the station at a rapid rate, the driver disregarding the algesia, which were against him. Ffaalay, the driver, and Soraghan, the fireman, of the pilot engine, were severely scalded.

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TEMPERANCE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

- TEMPEBAMJE 3SEWS. The «3nnaJ festival «f the Stirling East Band cffiopewnaieldouGood Friday. Tea was provided m the Ett&& Christian scho&kwm, anil this was followed by a public meeting, the president QSx, B. S. BuraetQ presiding over » crowded beuse. Adateeses ware given bgJBiev. 3. TrewiB, MeEin. H. E. Ttovis and V. La fclaistie. A good pro^racante of diaVigaw, redtaticai8, &c , was Hnsoessfully carried, oat fey SS«n:s E. BrentA, B3L Xiewis, H. iisM»\stre, and E.MaBb, l$E3Brs. 3. Eiohartls, Ji -3rdldin^, R, CoIIies* tL UFafht, JE. ^'ttsoh, H. Ooldiqg, and G. BwdeB, The choir gave choice selec tions, Miss frewin presiding at the bar icociura.

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HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. SIR THOS. ESMONDE, M.P., AT HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. SIR TS0S. ESMONDE, M.P., AT HIKDMAR3H. Sir Thomas Esmonde. Bart, TMCP., lectured on *'Home Rule for Ireland' in tb.B Hind marsh -Institute-hall on Thursday evening. There wae a large attendance, presided over by theiLIayor (Mr. J. Vardon), and Sir Thamas met frith a very hearty xeoeption. In his remarks he discussed the Home Kale question in all Its bearings, and met with loud applausa during his address. At the conclusion it was resolved, on the motion of Mr. B. Nash, M.P,, secondedby Councillor Lawrence — 'That this meeting deeply sympathises with the Irish nation in its etrogerJe for Home Rule.' Sir ThomaB Esrconde left for Melbourne by Friday afternoon^ express.

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MURDER IN SEW ZEALAND. Auckland, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

MURDER IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, April 23. Robert Gollan, a ishepherd, was yester day murdered in his hut at) Malria, the place afterwards being burned down. A half- caste Maori has been arrested on sus picion, as it Is stated that he was jealous of a Maori woman who was cohabiting with Golian.

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A DISPUTE BETWEEN MINISTER AND CONGREGATION. Sydney, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 27 April 1889

A DISPUTE BETWEEN MINISTER AND CONGREGATION. Sydney, April 23. A depute has occurred between the in cumbent of the Church of England at Kempsey (the Rev. Mr. Turner) and hla congregation regarding his alleged ritua listic practices. The annual meeting of the vestry and parishioners was announced thia afternoon, principally to consider the dis pute. On the people arriving at the church door it was found to have been locked by tne order oi tne minister, Tne church wardens went to the parsonage and demanded the key, but it was refused, the minister stating thab he did not recognise the authority or legality of their action. On returning the door was forced, although it had been blocked up and fastened on the Inside. The annual report protested against the action of the minister, and a resolution was passed that the committee should correspond with the bishop with a view to having the incum bent's ritualistic practices stopped. It was also decided that no stipend should be granted the i...

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