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

Venus arising from thesea, in the glorious majesty ol her luxnriant tresses, is the beau ideal, of the Grecian mythology. But that was but a., dream, wkereas Hra. S, A. Allen's World's Hail Eestorer is a reality, and to far as beauteous and abundant nair 13 ? - concerned, enables all women to vie with the fair cod decs. Moreover, this restorative prevents the hair from falling or turning; grey, and If grey will renovate its pristine hue. Mrs. Allen's preparation is not a - . dye, but Nature's friend. x176:166d4 _ ..f Buy Milwards1 Only. JHa^UL Mil wards' Celebrated /fir Hi fl\ BfiK-Byed Needles. Ll-SrP LJ * Milwards1 Oalyz-Eyed H 3* U / Needles. HI' £,- . t m ? East Tbbeacivg. «' The Calyx-Byed Needlas are for an old lady (njred PA who for some years has been able to amuse - ^effwittaliWene^wortlJutcouldnottln-ead her Neefflet which, by «B6 of ihe Calyx-Eyc-d, -ht ia now enabled to do -with facility, to her great dait'li:. * Eii!eBTOK;E]«jLASi-. Vee Milwards Always. Hr :.?--_'''?-? ...

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A CAREER OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A CA&EER OF CJRIME. Tbe following particulars of a remarkable career of crime are supplied by the Paris cor respondent of tbe London Standard :— A welt dressed woman, who gave her name as Madame de Yarney, was _ arrested last July on the charge of pocket- picking in the Champs EljE^ea. She protested against the impatati on. but was, nevertheless, incarcerated at Si. Lazare. M. Merle, the examining magistrate, who instituted an inquiry into her «a=e, learned from the prisoner that she was livine es a boarder at Neuilly, with the family of M. Fabre, a former police commissary. AU -those who bad made Madame de Varney'8 acquain tance at that boarding-house, and M, Fabre himBelf, said it web im possible she could have been guilty of theactimputedtoher. Moreover, ebe was a woman who had.plenty of money, and whose delicate sense of honor was vouched for by 20 people. Madame de Varney stated that she was an American, and accordingly the American Legation interceded for her, obtained...

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

MEETINGS. A iseeticg of the Kuntha Hill Coal Prospect ing Cen ptny was held at Martin's tea rooms, Kirg William street, on Friday, March 8. There weis about E0 shareholders present. Mr. Cbas. Clark presided. The directors' report and balance-sheet were read, the latter ehowisg a balance in favor of the company of £144 7s. 2d. The balance-sheet asd report having been adopted the election of directors took place, and resulted in the fol lowing gentlemen being chosen : — Messrs, Henry D. H. Edsall, S. L, Blackwell, John McKiidy, Chas. Clark, and Rudolph Menz. An extraordinary meeting was afterwards held, at which resolutions of the directors for increasing the capital of the company were considered. An amendment was proposed for reforming thi company, but no decision was arrived at. A poll will take place during the week to decide what course Bhall be taken. A meeting of the shareholders of the Silver RiDg Silver Mining Company was held st the York Hotel, Broken Hill, on Ihcredajv Msrc...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

MANAGERS' REPORTS. WnrsT Robs S M. Propribtabt Co.-'Di:r!3?th3 week endiosr March 1 the So. 2 tunnel hag b=ea ex tended 4 feet ; total, 255 feet. No. 3 tunnel driven 3 feet ; total, 1V5 fett. New shaft-Sunk 5 !eet ; total, S8 feet. Timbered 7 feet ; total timbered, 83 feet. Ground much harder, and will not require timbering below thie.' Kin-cueoa Pbopriktaby Co., March 2.—' Contractor finished contract sinking- 41) feet; shaft now 70 feet deep ; have let another B0 feet. Thu will make shift 1C0 feet deep. There is an improvement in the lode rtet with. When water level is reached I think par. able ore will be met Mith. The last lode met with wsb 6 feet wide, not ps- vie, but an improvement on otfceis. ThiB Ust lode makes the third in this block. Mnce new contract etarted 5 leet has been sank, anl in present bottom another veio seems to be making, coc:posed of ironstone and pyrites.' Eeitlsfi Eroken Hill PEOPEnrrART Co-'?a;\-t, ! Watch B— 'Main shaft suck 5 feet, depth from sur- j fac...

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Mail News. OUR AMERICAN LETTER. New York, February 3, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

^Eail |&to0. OUR AMEiUCA^ LETTER. [Froag our own Correspondent.' New York, February 3, 1839. V-'e are In the agonies of another great horse car strike, and for s!i daya ths air has been fiJUd with riots and rumors of rlote, ar.d onr cornea folks have been strictly er- joined to keep withindoors, ard the children have been sent to school tinder an escort, and the men have been too tired with, walking dnwn t-.nwn And back again to make yet another journey In the fcvenirjg to the theatre or the ball room, and every tiling and everybody has been in a greater or less degree in a not alu getber unpleasant state of excitement. Nothing very terrible has happened so far, however, although the streets are filled with many hundreds of men whose heads are bandaged np to keep the cold ont of the handsome gashes made by the clubs of the police. Sach a week ia t'aiie weald have meant a revolution ia the Government, and in London the streets would have been cleared by the military on the se...

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OUR LONDON NEWS-LETTER. London, January 25, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

OUR LOJSDON HEWS-LETTER. rFrom oar Special GorreEnondejBtl London, January 25, 18S9. Scarcely had we begun to get accus tomed to the comparative quiet from the strife of party politics, which set in with the closing of the Parliamentary session on Christmas eve, before the voices of party leaders are again heard in the land, pressging a. din of ever Increasing magni tude until Parliament meets again next month. On Tuesday at Shefiield Sir. Morley opened the campaign, and on the following day Lord Derby, Lord Rose bery, and Mr. Chamberlain all made important political speeches at different places. In the present state of feverish excitement prevailing throughout the country the political thermometer ia anxiously watched by partisans of all shades, and ,a by-election has conse quently come to be regarded as a matter of the utmost concern. Mr. Morley pointed to the result of the Govan election in favor of the Gladstonian can didate as an Indication of the general growth of the Home Rul...

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GREAT JEWELLERY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

GREAT JEWELLERY ROBBER,?. A very daring burglary {of which we have already received neve by cable) was committed on the night of Wednesday, January 30, at Ramelade, the Berkshire residence of Mr. Henry White, the first secretary of the United States Legation. The mansion which was the scene of the robbery is situated (says the Weekly Dispatch) within a short distance of the Bracknell station of the Beading Hjraneh of the South- Western Railway, and. surrounded by ornamental grounds. Mrs. White's maids were, it appears, engaged in packing their mistre&B's things on a Sanding oatside the dress ing-room from about S o'clock till half-past 9 o'clock on the. opening of the burglary, when they went -down to supper, the door of the apartment oppoBite which they had been work ing being then «pen. They afteraraads re turned to the landing, anj^n^£nishing their packing went, about a quarter past 10 o'clock, - to their bedrooms. Upon Mr, and Mrs. White going upstairs at five minutes to...

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SMOKING SERMONS BY A POPULAR DIVINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

SMOKING SERMONS BY A POPULAR DIVINE. On January 21 Dr. Parker delivered the first of a series of addresses to working men be tween 12 and 1, in the schoolroom of the City Temple, London, There was a tolerably good attendance when tbe -doctor began his talk, and by balf-paet 12 the room was crowded. The handbill in which Dr. Parker announced his intention to hold toxtx meetings for talks to wcrkicg men says: — 'Working men, I intend the above talks to extend over loar Mondays. Come in yoor working dresaea. it you liue to brmg your'-diunera witn you, brJBg them. If during the! address you would like to Eiiioke your pipea, smoke them. If at tbe end of tbe address you want to ask any qutBtiocB bearing upon it, aek them. Make this meeting well known amongst your fellow woikmen, if you please. Throughout the whole arrangement do not treat me as a minister, but as a man, At the end of the four atidredses we shall eee whether' we shall go on or stop. The matter will be very largely in yonr ...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MARCH 7. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

POLICE COURT— ADELilDE. Thursday, Mabch 7 [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] in the case of William Ambrose Mappin, de fended by Mr. W. 'V. Smith, and charged with Etealicg a geld ling, a member of the New South Wales police force produced a warrant for his arrest, and Inspector Sullivan applied that the defendant ehouid be eent back to Broken Hill. The counsel for the defence, in opposition to this, produced evidence to efaow that the de fendant had been a watchmaker for some tima at Broken Hill, and he waa in the habit of ViririDinfr ipwp]7prv f.o fuia7n fnr rAntura vrhinfi cpnld not be executed on the Sirrier. The ring in question had been so brought to Ade ? l&ide. He had been unable to find the owners of several of the articles of which he had been tbe bailee, but he had left instructions at Broken Hill as to how they could be recovered. A watchmaker resident in the city averred thit Mr. Mappin had left th6 liag in question with him as he bad not the appliances to repair it....

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart.S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Wednesday. March 13. [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M.] Jfi. HlKraS V. MBS. ±KEGUSSON. — £l!» 1!-3., damages for slander. Mr. Wyatt for tbe plaintiff, and Mr. W. V. Smith for the de fendant. The alleged slander consisted ia the ntterar.ee of words by the defendant insinu ating that the plaintiff kept a house of ill-fame. The defence was that the plaintiff ill-treated and starved his son by a former wife and the defendant succoured the child, hence the ill feeling. The utterance of the alleged elander was denied. A nonsuit without C03ts was entered.

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A MIRACLE WORKER. EXTRAORDINARY FAITH OF A DONEGAL PRIESE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A MIRACLE W0RK2R. ' EXTRAORDINARY FAITH OF A DONEGAL PRIES £ The Rev. Canon Larkin, the Donegal miracle working priest, arrived in Glasgow in the be ginning of last week (says the Edinburgh Scotsman of January 26), and sinoe that time baB been visited by a very large portion of the suffering Catholic community of the city. Canon or Father Larkin, as he is more familiarly called by the Catholic people, haa taken up his residence at the convent at Dal beth of the Sisters of tbe Good Shepherd, which is situated some three miles to the east of Glasgow, near the suburb of Tollcross. Inter views have been granted by the priest daily to poor people who have visited the convent, and the scenes witnessed in the neighborhood have been of the moBt affecting character. Hundreds ot people have made pilgrimages to the con vent from all parts of tbe city and- sur rounding districts, and as the alleged cures affected are becoming known the crowds are daily increasing. The patients are cam posed of ...

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POLICE COURT—CLARENDON. TUESDAY, MARCH 12.[Before Mr. B. F. Lloyd. ] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

POLICE COURT— CLARENDON. Tuesday, March 12. fBefore Mr. B. F. Lloyd. 1 Thomas Byerly was charged by P.T, Matthews with wandering about having no visible means of support, and also wttb having firearms in his possession and intimidating several persons, thereby provoking a breach of the peace. Sentenced to three months' im prisonment, A slight mistake was made at the Govern ment auction held at the Dockyard, Glanville, on Friday week. The auctioneer had been in structed to offer for Bale an old lifeboat with all the incidental gear, which had been con df njced by Commander Walcot and placed at the disposal of tbe Marine Board. The board dispatched one of tbeir officers to the eale to asfist the auctioneer, but the officer pointed out the wrong boat, which singularly enough was one of the best in the Ufa boat fleet. Tbe boat was eold to a well-known buBiDf ss man for £10. The mistake haviog come to the knowledge of the board the pur cbaper of the boat was written to and the mistake ex...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. [Before Me Mrs. S. Beddoone, P.M., and M. H. Madge ] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Wednesday, Mabch 13. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and M. H. Madge] William James Richards was charged on the informatidto of Alice Mary Durraht with ob tain ing the sum of £10 by means of a valueless cheque on the Federal Bank of Australasia on December 24. Mr. F. H. Downer defended. Inspector Sullivan said that the proseontris bad _ been warned to appear, but E&e had declined to do so. The Government had been put to a good deal of expensg in bringing the defendant from Colombo, and he asked for authoiity to m&keber appear. Tbe P.M. said ae tbe offence wab a misdemeanor he could not m&ke her do eo. He would dismiss the infor rcation. Richards was further charged with obtaiuicg on December 2J, from J. M; Wendfc, a gold brooch valued at £5, and a silver watch valued at £1 10s. , aud money to the extent of £5 by means of a valueless cheque on the same - back for £15 10s. From the evidence it ap peared that the defendant went to Mr. Wendt't jewellery shop an...

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DUBLIN, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

EUBLTN. Mahch 8. Except jonslly cool weather is bain? erpa ripneed for this time of tbe year. 'Eva is much d&f (led, end had it not been for the fljod cD Kew rtat'8 Day it would be hard to say what the result would have been. Most of the dams were then dry, and* ma»iy of tha springs wera failing fast. — The farmer3 are bnsy i loughing and clearing thalr land, and ml ppear to be !ooki'ST forward to a big harvest ' ext year.— Mr. E. Tolemau. landlord of th* Dublin Hot«?I, takes his departure todsyf-r Adelaide, having let fcha hotel to Mr. Baker.

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Country News. BELTANA, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

(Eomtteg #eto0. [From our own Correspondents. | BELTA.TSA. Mahoh 11. The train!', which have until lately been rtuch d-;ajed throngh the work of repair »ecdered necessary by the New Tear's floods, p-te egain fanning up to proper time. Oaths v.ns north of Beltana.the ballast trains are still woiking any end night.

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

HA.LBURY. Mabch 13. Tbe Etotm which raged here a few days ags - has left its tracts behind, several houses having been unroofed. — The weather is still dry. — A good noapy 'intending blockholders are anxiously awaiting the appearance of tha newly appointed Land Board and their valua tions, but it is tnof't probable that a consider able time will elapse before this district can ba dealt with, the commissioners having a large area cf countiy to go over.

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

EDEN VALLEV. Maech 12. For several days p«t the weather his b3-*a delightful, and on Saturday last a few uie* (howers fell for two or threa hours in the morning, Vut the raia was very light aui it cleared off again before noon. — On Thctraday. March 7, the Eden Valley Sanday-dcbo-rt children bad tbeir annual treat in the form of a picnic gi?en them by the teacbers. on ths pround of Mr. A. Lil!ecrapp, of Eden Valley. Tbe day was a very enjoyable oue, and a pleasant time was spent iu game3 of different kinds, not the least atxongtt them being a ran Biter a s-even weess oia pig vy too junior ci»« boys; tbe pig was very umart, but was even- ' toaDy captured by Murray Me Ken 7 ie. Cheers were given for Mrs. E. Wool and Mr. Haatb. for thtir present of fruit, also to Mr. A. O. Smith for his eift, whicn greatly halpsd iu tha pleasures of the day.

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NORTHERN TERRITORY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

NORTHERN TERRITORY ITEMS. [From the Northern Territory Times of Feb. 16.] A few years ago allotments in S rath port in good positions were worth £500 to £1,000 each, and even at that price absentee land sharks who purchased the blocks for a few shillings teiuBci to cell. We heard a few days ago of a balf-acre allotment at Soufchport in an excel lent position being sold for considerably less than£l. From the Coppetfield copper mine we learn that work is going on splendidly. In the cut ting a fine body of high percentage ore has been met with from 10 to 12 feet in width. Tbere are now 21 men employed upon the mine raising and dressing ore, of which there is now about 250 tons at grass ready for bag ging and sending to market. Mews is to hand that tin ore has been struck in»the Mount Shoebridge mine (the property of the Palmerston Copper Mining Company) at the 60- feet level, and also at the 100-feet level. This information is most important, as it conclusively proves that the opinions...

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IRRIGATION FROM THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

IRRIGATION' FBOM THE MURRAY. A meeting of the irrigation committee of the Chamber of Manufactures was held in the Exhibition Building on Moodsy, March 11, there being present Mr. A. W. Dobbie (in the chair), the Hon, Dr. CampbelJ, M.L.C., Messrs. A. Adamson, J. J. Green, L. Gray son. M.P., J. Hardy, G. Stace, F. B. H. W. Kiicbauff, M.P., A. MolineujL, J. W. Jones, and F. Shaw. Mr. KmciiAnF, in an exhaustive gaper on tbe subject of irrigation from the Kiver Murrsv. etated 'That bin nninfnn. which was tupported by the reports of the Conservator cf Water and Mr. Culcheth, was that the lands on tbe Burra Creek at Pellaring Flat, ntsr Mannum and near Murray Bridge were tbe ttott suitable for irrigation; bat of these only that at Pellaring Flat was in] the pos session of the Government, which gave it an advantage over tbe other places for Govern ment irrigation schemes, as it would probably be difficult to get present owners of land to surrender in favor of smaller holdings with water rig...

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RECHABITISM AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

BECHABITISM AT BROKEN HlLIf. At the invitation of the Rose of the Barrier Tent, No. 63, of the Albert District at Broken Hill, the D.S. (Sir. G. W. Cole) visited the district last week. On Taesday evening, March 5, a Bpecial meeting of the tent was held in the Bible Christian Church, Broken Hill, when from thirty to forty members were present, including the candidates for the op?n ing of female and juvenile branches. Air. Geo. Anderson, O.R., presided. Mr. Dole said he bad the applications duly signed for the new tente, and asked the officers or the Rose or tne Barrier to asBiBt in the institution of the tepts. The initiation was then proceeded with, and the new female tent was named the ' Willyama Lily' No. 23, F.B., A.D., and the Juvenile the 'Winning Hope, of the Barrier.' The officers of F.B,, No. 23, were elected and duly installed, viz:— SiBter M. B. GInyas, T.M ; Sister Bur rowes. J.M.; secretary and treasurer, James Hookings ; stewards. SiBters Sara and Hall ; levite, Sister...

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