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HAYCRAFT'S GOLD EXTRACTION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

HAYORAFT'S GOLD EXTRACTION COMPANY. The first annual meeting of shareholders in Hay craft's -(Sold Extraction Company was held at the company's office on Monday, Mr. George Laughton {chairman of directors) presided. The directors' report and balance sheet were adopted. The report mentioned that since the starting of the Otis Ball Mill at the works at East Adelaide several parcels of Btone had been treated with satisfactory results, the quantity of gold recovered running from 87 to 95 per cent, of the contents shown by fire assays. The directors were arranging for treatment of a. few larger parcels of good ore, and it was hoped that before long the process would be introduced into West Australia. The retiring directors (Messrs. George Laughton and Harry Bick ford) were re-elected, as was also the auditor (Mr. Eustace P. Sabine).

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

V COMMERCIAL NEWS. LoNDON,'September 2G. *' Beeadstoffs. — Adelaide wheat ex ware house is quoted at £1 7s- per 496 lb., being 6d. more than a week ago. Victorian wheat ex ''. warehouse is quoted at £1 Gs. 9d. per 496 lb., being an advance of 3d. on a . week ago. New Zealand wheat, longber ried, ex store, is quoted at 26s. per 496 lb. .. Australian flour, -superfine, is 20s. 3d. per ? 280 lb. For cargoes off coast sellers ask 24s. and buyers offer (id. less. Metals. — Copper— For Chili bars the cash price is £46 10s. per ton, being a rise of 5s. on last week's quotation. The market is flat. Tin— The cash quotation is £04 17s. 6d. per ton, being 2s. 6d. lower than a week ago ; the quotation at three months is £65 5s. per toil, unchanged. Pig iron — For Glasgow warrants No. 1 the cash price is £2 7s. 9d. per ton, a rise of 9d. on last week's quotation. Lead— Soft foreign is quoted at £10 17s. 6d. per ton unchanged. Fbozen Meat.— New Zealand mutton (first quality), none in market ; sec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SHIPPING. London, September 26. Arrived at London :— From Bluff Harbor — Star of Victoria, steam ship, sailed August 11. London, September 30. Arrived at London : — From Port Pirie — Orion, ship, sailed May 7, Via Port Germein May 29. From Fremantle — Barunga, barque, sailad May 3. The Anne Maud, ship, 1,993 tons, of Liver pool, which left Sydney on June 12 for London, has put into Monte Video with sick ness on board. Reinsurance premiums of over 10 guineas per cent, are being paid on the Timaru, ship, which left Melbourne for London on June 4.

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SYDNEY MALPRACTICE CASE. SHERIDAN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER. Sydney, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SYDNEY MALPRACTICE CASE. SHERIDAN FOUND GUILT? OF MURDER. Sydney, September 27. The inquest on the body of J essie Nicbolls was resumed to-day. Th« coroner summed up. The jury after a long deliberation found that the deceased had died from au illegal opera tion performed by Thomas Meredith riheridan, and they accordingly returned a verdict of, wilful murder against him. The man Thomas and Mrs. Chapman they found were acces sories before the fact. They added that they were strongly of the opinion that Seawell was an accessory after the fact. The corouer re minded them that they had no power to make any statement on that point and committed Sheridan, Airs. Chapman, aud Thoaiaa for trial. Mrs. Chapman wept bitterly.

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Intercolonial A HULK FOUNDERS. TWO MEN DROWNED. Sydney, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Intercolonial A HULK FOUNDERS. TWO MEN DROWNED. Svdnev. September 27. By a disaster off the uoast of New South Wales last night the coal hulk Gem was lost and two lives were sacrificed. The news was brought to Sydney by the tug Stornicock,; which arrived here this morning. The tug left Newcastle yesterday for Sydney with Captain James Donnelly in command. She had in tow the hulk Gem, on board of which were Captain Hall, Tierney (mate), Thomas Holmes (deck-hand), and Eniil Larsen (caretaker), Mrs. Larsen and her son aged 9, and three daughters aged 7, 3, and 1 re spectively. The tug hod made two previous unsuccessful' attempts to tow her charge to Sydney, but was forced to put back on account of heavy weather. At about noon yesterday, however, she got successfully away, the Gem having 700 tons of coal on board. At 5 o'clock the two vessels were passed by the Port Chalmers. The Gem then appeared to be all right, though making somewhat heavy weather of it against a head wind. As night ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT. THE TARIFF. Wellington, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT. THE TARIFF. Wellington, September 27. The House of Representatives to-day passed the third reading of the Tariff Bill. A duty of 20 per cent, was imposed .on mutton birds to protect the Maoris against Tasmanian com petition. Supplements of newspapers remain' on the free-list, aa also combined reaping and mowing machines, parts of ploughs, and com bined threshing and flnislnng machines. .

Publication Title: Chronicle
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TEE BALAKLAVA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE BALAKLAVA SHOW. The early train from the city for the north on Friday week was crowded with passen gers, a large number of whom were on their way; to the thriving township of Balaldava, where the annual show iu connection with the Balaklava aiid Dalkey Agricultural and Horti cultural Society was held. Among the visitors to the show were Sir Jenkin Coles, the Hon. W. Russell, M.L.C., and J. Warren, M.L.C., Messrs. J. W. Castine, J. W. White, and J. McLaclilan, BLP.'s, . and Pro fessor Lowrie. The society was indeed fortu nate in having. such a splendid day for the show, which was in every respect a great success. The usual train from Hamley Bridge brought a large number of people to the town ship, as did also the specials from Moonta and Brinkworth. The show ground, which is situated north of tho township and just a stone'sthrow from the railway station, presented a lively appearance. The Balaklava Show is considered one of the best of country shows, and the members of the societ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

IMPOUNDINGS. [Fro n the Government Gazette of October 3.] MENINGIE, C. Pettet— Rcan heifer, blotched brand on off ribs.baclc notch off ear ; re j-and-white heifer, branded like heart off rump, from two to three years old. To be sold.October 12. SECTION 59, HUNDRED EURILPA (nearest post office, Belton), John Meers— Lisht-bay saddle horse, star in forehead, off bind fetlock' white, branded TK near shoulder. To be sold October 14. GULNARE, W. R. Lillccrap— White flea-bitten' saddle horse, shod all round, indistinctly branded near shoulder like 17 and an indistinct letter. To be sold October 26. ? . ? WILLIAMSTOWN. Mount Gambier East, W. N. Inijhain— Bay colt,' draught, white blaze down face, two bind feet white, nearly three years old ; black colt, small. star in forehead,^ off hind foot, white— brands on both' horses not legible. To be sold October 7. ' ? ST. 'PETERS, C. Holder— Bay mare, black points, branded C79 near shoulder. To be sold October' 9. SEDAN, E. F. Ffeiffef— Red-aod-wh...

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WORK IN PARLIAMENT. (For other Parliamentary News see page 24.) DEAPRTING PUBLIC SERVANTS.STATE ADVANCES BILL BLOCKED. VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

-^^it?#^M1W^ f For'otfyrjparkqfiuitfaf g~ If bios' see] j:a jeSj.) DEJPA-ftTiNG-PUBLIO SJERVANTS. ''? STATE. AD VANOJES BILL BLOCKED. VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. The public .. patouage of the Assemblv gallery has greatly fallen off of late notwith standing the interesting matters which have been under discussion. On. Thursday there were very few^'strahgera' present, but only about a Cozen inembei-s were absent, llr. Castine failed co discover when the Defences Bill. is to be inti'oduced; but Mr. Gillen gave notice that on Tuesday he will seek for leave to intro duce a Bill amending- the Vermin Act. Mr. Poyntcn announced his intention -to ask that the Railway Commissioner shall he instructed to give an estimate of the cost and probable receipts of a railway from Port Augusta to the West Australian border, and Mr. Howe intimated that he will movo that in future. oil ' oairs' shall bo recorded in Vote3 and Proceedings. Next' Mr. Howe asked whether It is true that the energetic and capable ins...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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THE PENOLA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

ffttB PENOLA SHOW, ? The Bhow in connection with the Penola Agricultural Society was held on Wednesday ?nd Thursday, September 26 and 26, when the feather was everything that could be desired, an consequence of which a large number of teeorfle visited the show grounds. There were !miwv«i1 137 mitrip.fi of sheen. 20 of cattle. 12 I -? . of irige, 149 of horses, 40 of poultry, 27 of dogs, 23offarmt-roduoe,99ofdairyprbduceandhome ]~. manufactures, 88 of flowers, 91 of bouquets, 7 ? 54 of vegetables and fruit, and 24 other -entries, cr~. ' making total 754; The principal feature of ~v the Bhow was the fine display of sheep, ?-- perhaps the best ever made at Penola. The exhibitors in the general classes of merinos were— Messrs. W. Robertson {Moy Hall), Smith & Co. (Hynam), Robertson Bros. (Plains), J. Dickson ( Maaoupe), G. McD. Boyle (Lake Mundi), J. & G. Riddoch ? (Glencoe), J. Riddoch (Yallum), and A. Butler (Fdrnleigh). Mr. W. Robertson was considerably the most succe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

To Messrs. R JBT, Faulting & Co. Gentlemen— I jtfffeMa frpttt 01&ntea Son Timxt and could take no solid (ooa'for 4rer a tv«tk, and ^i* remedies prescribed h*d no effect in relievinjf me. I was then advised to try your Eucalyptus Oil, and I used a few drops in boiling water and inhaled 'tbd vapor, from which I got lmnfcdiat* relief. Continued it for a week, and after uiing one bpttle in this wan taking a f etf drops' internally twice % (to, using it aui on flannel round my throat »t nifflflL I Was pttlfCXU, cured. My wife has dace wifferea In » similar «?*« And with the same treatment ' obtained completa . relief. You are at liberty to make any use 'of this ivt wisK -Yours, 4c., JOHN tJUAHAll Ktcbgmgjg$a. March!, 18»5. rSUaiuenMlgl (

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WRECK OF THE CATTERTHUN. Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

WRECK OF THE CATTERTHUN. Sydney, September 30. The Marine Board met to-day, when Mr. Lanfear, the second officer of the Catterthun, was called upon to show cause why his cer tificate 6hould not be suspended or cancelled. Mr. Lanfear was represented by Mr. J. Heydon, who said Lanfear's action was a mis take or an error of judgment. He did what he could to save the ship. His responsibility began when ho made the last change in the vessel's course, and that was when the ship was in a dangerous and wrong position. The ship was whern she should not be, aud the responsibility was cast upon Lanfear when ho suddenly found out where she was. Very often in such a crisis a man's judgment failed him, just as tbe late Admiral Tryon's judgment had failed him at a calamitous crisis. Mr. Leydon then read testimonials from various' employers of Lanfear, referring to him in the highest possible terms. After consideration the -president said they had -carefully considered the facts of the case and rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

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DISPUTE OVER DISEASED CATTLE Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

DISPUTE OVER DISEASED CATTLE Sydney, September 30. A serious dispute occurred at the Home bush fat stock sales to-day. On August 26 a yard of bullocks was sold by a member of the Sydney Fat Stock Sellers' Association to a member of the Sydney Fat Stock Buyers' Association. Two of the cattlewhen slaughtered were found to be diseased and were con demned. Thereupon the purchaser claimed back his money, but this was refused him. The question who shall stand the loss arising from the condemnation of cattle has been for a long time a sore one between the two associations. This matter has brought affairs to a crisis. The Buyers' Association to-day refused to bid and the sales practically collapsed. A conference will shortly be held between the two bodies. If the dispute con tinues it will have a serious effect on the meat distribution industry. Sydney, October 2. A meeting of city meat buyers was_held this mornintr in connection with the dispute regard ing the selling of diseased cattle, w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOLD IN VICTORIA. Melbourne, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

GOLD IN VICTORIA.. Melbourne, September 30. The-Markcy line of reefs at Cassili3 is caus ing considerable excitement. Messrs. Brabban and Co. have cleared up 27 tons for 203 oz. of gold, and Ryan's party has crushed 84 tons for 293 oz. Messrs. Crisp and Johnson, on the Morning Star line, crushed 47 tons tor 141 oz. The Royal Mint has purchased 785,752 oz. of gold during the past nine months, the in crease being over 9,000 oz. as compared with the same period of last year.

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ACCIDENTS AT THE PEOPRIETARY MINE. Broken Hill, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

ACCIDENTS AT THE PROPRIE TARY MINE. Broken HilL September 29. Thomas McCann, a powder monkey, had his leg.broken in the Baxter and Saddler open cut in the Proprietary mine on Friday night. He had ignited a fuse and the explosion not ?taking place as soon as he expected he Went over to ascertain the cause. The charge then went off and a stone struck McOann on the leg. .. He also received abrasions on the face and about the body. JflBt before the change of shifts on Saturday morning W. H. Tonkin, an elderly man, was fatally injured in the bis: mine in the neigh borhood of Dickenson's shaft by a stone falling on his back.. He was token home, but' lived only a few hours. Mining accidents have been frequent here of late.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Mr. A. _H.. H. Puttman, son of Mr. O. Puttman, the well-known teacher of music, died at Belair on Tuesday at the age of 19 years. The deceased, who was educated at) ? Christian Brothers' College, had been employed at the Post-Office.

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CANALLY STATION POISONING CASES. A MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Sydney, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

CANALLY STATION POISONING CASES. A MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Sydnev, September 29. At Balranald on Saturday two men, James Brown and Joseph Cabbie, were charged with having attempted to poison a number of men at Canally station. Analytical evidence was tendered showing that the baking powder, sugar, and flour taken from the store and the pudding eaten on the day of the poisoning con tained arsenic in deadly proportion. Mr. Lawrence, the manager of the station, said Mr. Rankiuo (overseer), a woolclasser named Martin, and others were attacked by poteon at dinner on September 3. He was employing non-uuionists. There was a large drum of arsenic in the store. Evidence was given that the accused Brown had been seen hanging around the store. He was committed for trial, but Cabbie was discharged.

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REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

REVENUE RETURNS. Appended is an approximate statement of the revenue of South Australia for the quarter which ended on September 30 : — Head of Revenue. ||^ *g||.ol|a.. PabtL Taxation— & & £, Customs duties and licenses.. .. 518,510 133,408 152,674 Probate and sue- ? cession duties .. 60,000 4,909 8,259 Land and income tax .. .. 135,700 -6,-845 3,197 Stamp duties .. 26,000 0,250 6,413 Other licenses .. 1P.984 1,288 1,263 Total taxation 759,194 151,262 171,807 Part II. Receipts from Public Works and Services — j , Education.. .. 6,370 1,854 1,793 Marine .. .. 26,380 6,681 6,187 Postal, telegraph, &c, services .. 218,990 62,464 68,568 Railways and tram ways .. .. 980,000 231,728 222,123 Waterworks .. 00,185 13,192 13,132 Rents of public buildings, &c .. 2,181 684 414 Reimbursements, fees, &c ? 68,516 9,755 10,132 Total receipts from public works and services .. .. 1,388,022 315,261 812,349 Part III. Other Re ceipts — v Interest and ex change .. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUTH MINE DISASTER. Broken Hill, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SOUTH MINE DISASTER. Broken Hill, October 1. A meeting of the South Mine Disaster Relief Fund Committee was held last night to con sider the scheme for the distribution of the funds as drafted by a sub-committee. It is estimated that the gross amount available will be £2,500. Of this about £120 has been ex pended in affording immediate relief to two of the injured men aud the families of the de ceased miners. The recommendations adopted were as follow :—' That any beneficiare on reaching 15 years of age shall cease to receive' the allowance. That in the event of the remarriage of a widow she shall cease to receive her allowance, but her children's allowance will continue. That three trustees shall be appointed to take charge of the funds and disburse them, and that the trustees shall invest the balance of the funds not required for immediate use on fixed deposit or Govern ment stock or both.' The cases were dealt with as follows : — Mrs. Pearce will receive 10s. per week until t...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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