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

WDMF. ADELINA PATTI. BEMIf. AUELIXA PATTI writes:— 'I have found it toatihlisa for tbe bands and complexion. (Signed) Adkun* Piiri feats' Soap, for tbe Toilet and Nursery, tptciaily ^prepared -for *be delioats skin of lad its «iid . citHdsra -atid others 'SeosUko to the weather. finltrortSUUHJoer- Prevents redoes?, ?rouWi. «»*f ,*i.a «iapi-iajf Soia evtiiv.ieie, iu tablet*, is. ea?fc. LaiSfrroires, iloeaAS/ti, s35'-s2

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SATURDAY, MARCH 9. [Before Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S. M ] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Saturday. M a^ctt 9. [Before Mr. Commissioner Stuart. S. M 1 J. H. Gordon* v. S. SiiEDLEr and G. Brandt.— The plaintiff sued the defendants for £221 ; for that tbe defendants agreed with the plaintiff to purcbaee from him all his interest in certain leasehold land, farm stock and im plements for the sum of £200, to be paid within two years, and to bsar interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum payable half yearly, £21 of which was cow due for one year and six monthB. Mr. Gordon conducted his own ca^, and Mr. W. V, Smith appeared for the defence. Tae defeedsnts urered that no agreement was maaa tor purchase as al leged, acd farther averred that the plaintiff offered them the leasehold, &c, contained iu two bills of sale for tbe sum of £200, but that he afterwards repudiated owing to a mistake he had made in including both bills of eale, and declined to complete, but offered to aocept £220 for the lot, which he submitted to the defendants, and which was not accepted by the...

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General News. SCHOOL OF MINES AND INDUSTRIES. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

-&£mral $ieto0. SCHOOL OF MINES AND INDUS TRIES. MEETING OF THE COUNCIL, The weekly meeting of the council of tbe School of Mines and Industries waa held at tbe Exhibition Building on Monday afternoon. Tbe chairman (Dr. Cockburn, M P.) presided, and there were aleo present— Professor Rennie, Captain Warren, and Messrs. J. T. Scberk, M.P., A. Adamson, J. W. Bakewell, O. Todd, O.M.G., and R. E. Rogers. An apology was received for the absence of Mr, J, L. Bonython. GENERAL BUSINESS, The Chairman reported that up to fc'aa present applications from students were eonjirjg in ireely. . There had been received 8 applications for the complete coarse at the day daEsee, 10 for tbe complete course at the even ire classes, asd 10 for miscellaneous subjects, mostly chemistry apd essaying. It was stated that the partitions from the Melbourne Exhibition would Bbottly arrive, and the Cbatbuan recommended that the erection of tbe workshops should be proceeded with as soon as possible. Referre...

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S.A. TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

S.A. TEJIPERAKCa ALLIANCE:. ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. The annual meeting of the S. A. Temperance Alliance was held at the Town Hall on Thurs day, March 7. Me. D. Nock occipied the chair, and there was a very large attendance, the body of the hall being nearly filled, while the membersof the Good Templars, Recbabites, and other temperance organisations in regalia filled the galleries on either side of the organ. A. large choir occupied the platform and assisted in the musical portion of the proceed The Ckaibman expreBBed his pleasure at the large Attendance, which Bpoke well for the interest the people took in the proceedings of the alliance. There were admittedly many preventable evils in the world, and if the drink traffic were suppressed three- fourths of the sin and EL-ifiery in the world would be swept away. They were told of the benefits that would result from working men's blocks, IandnationaliBation, and other things, but drunkenness would never be entirely swept away until the l...

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LORD SALISBURY AND THE WESLEYANS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LORD SALISBURY AND THHJ WESLEY ANS. An -Irish paper reports a speech by the Rev, Wallace McMullen, vice-president of the Wes leyan Conference in Ireland, in the course of which he said that a friend of bis, a solicitor, waB staying at the watering place of Tunbridge Wells, and that being in a Methodist church there, on looking around the congregation he recognised the Marquis of Salisbury. Meeting him afterwards on board a vessel going to the Gontnent. the solicitor said be thought be bad the pleasure of seeing his lord ehip in the chapel at Tanbridge Wells, The marquis said he was there; he was passing along the street, and seeing the people go in, he went in. not knowing but what it was an Episcopalian church. After a little the marquis found it was a Methodist chapel, and right well be was pleased with the service and with the sermon the minister preached. The sermon was scarcely over when an old gentle man turned round, and shaking hands with his lordship, aeked was be a strange...

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A REPORTED SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A REPORTED SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. Society (says the London correspondent of the I/ecds Daily News) is discussing an ap proaching trial in the law courts,- whioh, if all tbat is said is true, will prove to be one of the greatest sensations of the year. The parties aEsociated with tbe scandal are said to be members of the nobility and a young and in teresting lady well known in fashionable circles The story goes — The wife having a brief visit to pay in the West End requested her husband to accomoanv her. He. however, excused him self on the ground that he had a great deal of correspondence to get through, and the lady went out alone. She was absent two or three hours. When she returned ber husband was not in his study, and there was no evidence of his having been engaged on bis letters. By a servant the lady waa informed that ' my lord was in his private snuggery*' endthaf fee had given irjstnictioris tbat he was on no account to be disturbed. A moment afterwards, however, the sound o...

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ADELAIDE LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

ADELAIDE LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. Present — Messrs. 8. Beddome (chair), J. Shaw (Mayor of Adelaide), O. Giles, M.P., J. H. Bagster, M.P., Dn WhitteU, W. C. Buikj and W. R. Wigley. The Chairman reported that the Hon. S. Tomkinson had been elected chairman for the ensuing year. In his absence he had been asked to take the chair. PUBLICAN'S' RENEWALS. The renewals ot S69 publicans' licenses were granted. KEW APPLICANTS FOB OLD PUBLICANS' HOUSES GRANTED. 0. Ahearn, Wheelwrights' Arms, Roper street, Adelaide. E Barton, Hjde Park Hotel, Hyde Park ; E. Bipgins, Sussex Hotel, Port Adelaide ; T. S. Bristow, Halfway Home Hotel, Bay-road ; W. O. H. Buckby, Orient Hotel, Hftn3oc Btre6t, Adelaide ; Henry By water, Tavutock Hotel, Rundle street, billiard license. Mr. Wadey for the applicant. F. Charlton, Scotch Thistle Hotel, Kermode strett, North Adelaide ; J. O. Croucher, Rojal Family Hotel, Port ElUot. 1. Arm Davis, Bridge Hotel, Langhorne's Creek ; J. DeimeL Royal Oak Hotel, Hindley e...

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSCOIA. TION. The annual meeting of the Licensed Vic tuallers' Association was held at the United Service Club Hotel on Monday evening. The president, Mr.,C. Kelly, occupied the chair. There was a fair attendance. The report, if ter dealing witb trade matters, stated that the ccnaimttee had used it3 influence in tha elec tion of an alderman for Adelaide, and suc ceeded in returning their candidate. They aad aleo worked for the recently elected member returned for the district of Victoria. The sum of £25 bad been voted to the widow ol a member who had been left in rather straitened ciicuKstances. Messrs. Tier and Rooney tad rfeigced their positions on the committes, Mestrp. Lewis and Paper being elected lofil the vacancies. The committee had inter- - v:ewed the City Council, who had decided to eluctly enforce the bylaw relating to SuEd&y trading by squash ehops. The action of the Government in deciding to discontinue the issue of the Government Gazette ...

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

%\xt Slttk. ? Tis6 ECEEion of tbe Agricultural College com tutuced on March 5, there beius; 25 stndentB in attendance. Tbis ie an increase of 11 oa the figures of last year. . Sir. J. Moole, M, P.. h&B received a cona xnunication from tbe Education office stating that a teacher has been instructed to open a school at Talia on March 18. The railway revenue for the week ending March 9 amounted to £i 7.463; that for the corresponding week in 1888 wss £19,234, bo that there was a decrease of £1,771. Tbe Smelting Company at the Dry Greek Smelting Works have received the following cable advice from their London agents, dated Match 8 :-*' Standard silver, 3a. f^d. per oz., xoasbet declining ; soft Spanish lead, £12 15s. per too, maiket declining.' Tenders were called tbis week for boring in the north and on the Nullabor Plains. No prices were put in for tbe latter, but two tenders were received for the boring in tha sortb, the loweBt being that of the Austral American Boring Compan...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MARINE BOARD. Thubsday, Mabch 7. Present — The chairman (Mr. J. Form by), Wardens Legoe, Smith, Neill, and McCoy. The Treasury Department wrote stating that a temporary fight would be exhibited for a week or ten days from a barge in the Port River while No. 11 beacon was being repaired. Received. The Railway Traffic Manager wrote stating that the Railway Commissioners have decided to open the Jervois bridge only twice a day on weekdays, viz , at 5.30 and 10.5 in the morning. The board considered b o'clock, instead of 5.30, WAIlisi llA fho mnef. anil;o.Vi1a fima Ihe harbormaster at Port Pine reported that a seaman belonging to the barque Marie Laurie, of Hobart, was, according to medical testimony, in a dying state, and had been re moved to the Adelaide Hospital. The harbor master also stated that he would obtain £10 from the captain to cover hospital expenses, and would sign the man off the articles. The secretary of the Birkenhead Ferry Com pany wrote stating that the company had s...

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

The Best Mural Aperient. Tne APOLLINARIS CO., Limited, London^ l-e± to y\ a i t that, as numerou / \ Aperient Waters art / , \ -fl'cred to the pubF- / \ under names oj / \ which tru / s\ word 'KUH«D1»'-^ -^ y /forms partjheys* / ^S S /have now adopted an \ S, $/ additional Lately ^frf^f comprising their Eegii ^^^r iered Trade Markofselection^ ^W* which consists of a RED DIAMOND. This Laid witt henceforth serve to distinguish the Hungarian Aperient Water sold sy trs Company from all other Aperient Waters. DEMAND THE DIAMOND MARK, and insist upon receiving the Hungarian Aperient Water cf the Apolljnaris Company, Limited% London. Qf eU Druggists and Miturml Water Dealers. ? ♦ MeEEre. Walters & Co., 'referring to our report of the Agricultural Sodety'e Show held on Thursday week, have asked na to state that they secured first priztefor heney extractor, largest and best collection of beekeepers1 appliances, light and heav? founda tion, best collection of food products and honey i...

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A MELBOURNE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A MELBOURNE MYSTERY. From the ^irous of March 8.1 Early yesterday morning Mr. Henry Davy, the well-known chemist, of 250, .£liz*betu ttreet, was found dead in a room at the rear cf bis shop, and the circumstances sarroani iBg the occurrence are at present extraordi nary -and mysterious. Mr. Davy was 40 years cf age, and has carried on business in Eliza beth street for many years. He was generally believed to have been successful, and as far as can foe ascertained this belief |rwas well founded. He was in the prime of health, sod bad not at any time ebowa symptoms of a Bniridal natiirft. He left an old frinnrf Isfcn en Wednesday night in the best of spirits, &nd on tte following morning he was found dead in bis shop, with nothing Lo indicate that he had taken his own life, jet when the postmortem examination was xuaoetipon hie body, the doctor who conducted it failed to discover any traces of internal disease or any positive cause of death further than that it was due to asph...

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INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Sturt, S.M.] W E; ADCOCK'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

INSOLVENCY COURT— ADELAIDE. Tdesdat, Mabch 12. Before his Honor Mr. Cumoaisaioaer St'Jirt. S.M,j W E: ADCOCK'S ESTATE. In bs William Eddkupp accock. foraiorly of Palmerston, but now of Melbourne, Her chant. Adjourned final hearing— Mr. J. H. SymoD, Q C., with Mr. Stock, for the trustee ; Mr, C. &1. Muirhe&d for the Federal and Commercial Banks ; and Mr. Henderson for other cieditors, were the only counsel who ap peared. Mr. Adcock applied for maintenance for his wife and children, and pointed out that when he came up to be examined he had to pay for the lunch of the officer who accomoanied him. He was now no longer able to be represented by counsel, as his friends could no longer pay his espc-mee, which amounted to £30 a day. Mr. Symou said he had received the follow ing letter from Mr. W. H. Flood with respect to his custody of the books and documents : — ' Melbourne, March 7. — T. Blunt, Eiq., Official Receiver.— Be W. E. Adcock — Dear Sir— I see by the papers that...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey.] CITY OF ADELAIDE LAND AND INVESMENT COMPANY v. THOMAS BANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SITTINGS. ? Wednesday. Mahch 13. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice* Buadey.] Cirr ok Adelaide Lan-d akd Isvics f.M2.vr Cohpant v. Thomas Sent. The Attorney-General {aou. C. O. Kiagston, Q.C.) for the guarantors : Sir John Downsr, Q.C., Mr. J. H. SymoD. Q C, and Mr, E. V. iNesbit for tha plaintiffs ; and Mr. H. 15. Downer, with Meesrs. Grundy and Saloaion, for the defendant. This was sn action to recover £L50.033 damages for breach of an agreement dutsd August 27, 1888. Mr. Syxnon said this was an action tot specific performance of a contract /or the sals and purcbaee of a very large quanticy of laud distributed over nearly the whole of North and South Adelaide, and taking in also oue or twj pieceB at Glenelg. The relief sought in tha action would be a decree for specific perform ance, involving an order for payment over of £5,000 deposit and of the second instalment of £14.730, orders for whicb his clients would seek for ia due course. It might also involve au enqui...

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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—IN BANOO. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. [Before their Honors Chief Justice Way and Mr, Justice Boucaut] MOTIONS FOR DISECTIONS AS TO MODE OF TRIAL IN MATRIMONIAL CAUSES. ISCLINA MAYBHRRY MARY JOHNSTONE v. JAMES JOHNSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

gCato €ontt& SUPREME COURT— IK BA.NOO. Tcesdav, Mabch 12. IBefore their Honors Chief Justice Way and Mr. Justice Boucaut } Motions foe Directions as to Mods ov TEIAL IS MAlBIMOKIal/ C6X3ES ISC'tUid. MATBEBBI 1IABT JOHNSTONS V. JAMES JOHSSTOSE. Mr. W. V. Smith, who appeared for tha petitioner, Isolina Johnatone, asked that tbe evidence in favor of dissolution of marriage rcjght be heard orally. their Honors granted the request of the petitioner, and. directed that tne case should be fixed for hearine during the pressat eittings. DOBBICOTT V. DORKICOTI. Mr. Fleming for the petitioner, made ap plication that the caui-e ehouid be board partly oraily and partly by affidavit. Granted JfETITION bOS ELEAULMr. EN THE JIATTS1'. OF THE BEaL PKOPKBTY ACI OK 1880, THE TEUSTKKS ACT OF 1855, AND IN THE JIATTEB OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ENDOW MENT eocurrr, ikcobpobaxed. Mr. M. H. Davis, who appeared on behaif of the Rev. Father Russell, Vicar-General of the Arch-di-cese of Adelaide, applied to...

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Aeedles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

... . . .2/, Vvv-U **?*-♦ ?Short, Sharp, Shiny.' Well done. Alma. .' Times crying peccavi. Onions from Ema Flat. ' More fighting in Hay ti. General Downes to stay. Our Commandant remains. BouUnger to be impeaohed. Frank; going to the Barrier. i Ex- President Gievy despairs. Obit, Mr. J. M. Stacy, Fort. Financial excitement in Paris. A famine imminent in Samoa. The copper bank stood the test. ISogikh financiers to the X8BCU9. xzea iviaccaoe oacs in Australia. A new Unitarian minister coming. Gaudaui ; pronounced a 'cocktail.' Sir Wiiliem Stawell died at Naples. A school wanted at Solomon Town. A concession to Queensland traders. Sir GhaB. Warren goes to Singapore. French Patriotic League suppressed. Jubilation among the military forces. Our draughts playera complimented. Sirenry has six colts in bis new team. Murder by a quack doctor in Sydney. School of Mines time-table published. A public school to be opened at Talia. Mayor Shaw offers a draughts trophy. , Dividends from the Alma m...

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

? FLORititra !— Fob thb Tbkth akd Besath.— & few drops ol tbe liquid '.Florillne' sprinkled on a wet toothbrush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites oi mpuritlos, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, and rtope decay, givee to the teeth a peculiar pearly whiteness, end a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odor Mista* from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. 'Ihe Fragrant KoriHne,' beiiig composed In part ot honey and sweet heibs, la delicious to thp taste, and the neatest toilet discovery ot the age. . P-lne 8s. M.t of all Chntnlsts and Per fcirere. Wholesale Depot, 18, Tuil-*°AGn-™*&* L DdCSt KBglMttf, tetKXlififl

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KOOLUNGA, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

KOOLUNGA. Mabch 13. Several cases of typhoid fever have ocjurrsd in and arcund tbe township, one case ending fatally. — Tee Rev, F. Richuund intends , leaving this district shortly, and will take up his residence in Burrowa (New South Wales). On Thursday, March 7, the ladies of the dis- ttict presented Mrs. Richmond with a gold watch and albert, and a goodly number assembled to wish ber God speed to her nsw home —Since the rain the weather has bean cool and pleasant, with tha exception of a few dusty days. Everywhere green patches miy be eeen where tbe gra?B has begun to grow, and a few ehowers would bring it on splen didly.

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

Atyicb io Kotebss J— Arc yon broken tn yarn rest by a eiok child euffering with the pain of cutting teeth J Goatonoe to a chemist and get a bottle of Hbs. Wiksww'b SoOTsrse Btbup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It Is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste ; It produces natural quiet sleep by relleving-the child from pain, and the little cherub aw&kea ' as bright as a button.' It soothes the'chlld. It softens the game, allays all pain, relieves wind «eenla£ee the bowels, ami Is the best known remedy lot dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other oautte. Hra. Window's Soothing Bvrnp is soM by If ed!dC6 Uiiiat mr vrwWo ?» -jg. 11*. v«i bottle. UJMOUCa l^i ^~ 1™ r^~ j''N ?'»' t » *r*

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OLADDIE, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

OLADDIE, Mahch 12. Since I wiote last we have had a few slight showers, Feta is very scarce ; many paddocks are quite destitute of anything but brick-busb. Owing to the late harvest being almost a total failure the farmers have no feed to spaak of ; what the most have got is wheaten chaff, and the greater portion of that cost some trouble to procure, it having to be brought from Blvth :tlaiE8,!Vongal&, Belalie, and other more for tunate places. Seeding is now pretty general ; some farmers are far advanced with this work, while others have only just commenced. Sow ing is tedious work tbis year on acsount of the weak state of the stock.

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