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WRECK OF AN IRONCLAD. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

WEECK OF AN IRONCLAD. [From our own Correspondent.] Lohdos, March 8. The armored screw battle ship Saltan, 9,290 tons, which has been temporarily attached to the Mediterranean fleet, was yesterday wrecked off Malta daring a severe gale. Under Captain Rice the crew behaved methodically and with great self possession, and not a single fatality occurred. ?

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

SMITHFIELD, Maech 12. The celebration of the anniversary of ths Bible Christian Sunday-school was commenced on Sunday, March 10, when sermons were preached in the afternoon and evening by tbe pastor (Rev. T. Hillman) to good congrega tions. This afternoon (Tuesday) a 'tea was provided for the children and their friends, which was followed by a public meeting, ad dresses being delivered by the Revs, T. Hill man and J. H. Ashton and Mr. Andrawa. The secretary's report, which was read by Mr, Bell, showed tbe school to ba on a sound footing.

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THE BRITISH NAVY. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE BRITISH. NAVY. [From trar own Correspondent,] :. LoNSOir, March 8. Loid George Hamilton, First Lord of the Admiralty, submitted to the House of Commons yesterday the new shipbuilding scheme, which It was recently announced the Admiralty were preparing. Provision is asked for the construction of 70 ships, at a cost of £21,500,000. The construe tion of the new vessels will extend over a period of four years.

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

RIVERTON, March 12 On Saturday night last the Riverton Com pany received a call to arms. The muster num bered 16, and the men were pnt through vaiiouB movements by Captain Castine. Moet of the members live out of ths township, and the number tbat turned out we s considered very good. — A cricket match was played here on Saturday -between the Riverton and Hamilton Cricket Clnbs. Tie scores were— Riverton, first intt isgB, 180 ; second intiicge, 46. H&milton, first icnings, 200 ; second innings, 87 for three wickets,

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THE UNITED STATES AND GERMANY. LONDON,March 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE UNITED STATES AND GEEMAISY. [From our own Correspondent,] Lokdon-. March S. The rumor, emanating from a German source, which has been in currency for eome time, to the effect that the German and American fleets In Satnoan waters have come into hostile collision, Is obtain ing some credence. The principal paper in BreBlan, Silesia, publishes an account more circumstantial than has hitherto been gives, which states that an American vessel fired on a German one, and in the resulting encounter the former was. de- stroyed. ?

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RENMARK, MARCH ll. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

RENMA.RK, Mahch 11. The river has fcen rising rapidly all tha week at the rate of about 3 inches per diem, and is now 3 feet 2 icches above summer level. However, it is not likely to rise any more at present. The weather is most enjoyable though rather windy. — The night school was reopened on Monday, March 2 ; tbe day school is increasing steadily day by aay, but nearly all the scholars are in the juuior class, whioh now cumbers 32. — On Monday, March 4, a meeting was held in Messrs. Chaff ey Brothers' offices for the purpose of forming a committee to cany out a race meeting to be held here oa May 24. — Work is goiop on steadily in the foundty, acd in preparing and rearrang ing tbe steamer Ellen for a passenger boat of the most approved type. The Raby arrived early on Thursday morning, and* brought the Rtv. J. C. Kirby and Air, Victory Jcnee (as a deputation frog) the Congregational Union) to ascertain if it was desirabla &a establish a church at Renmark. Mr. R J. Burnett, ...

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[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.] LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

[From the Melbourne Datly Tdcaraph.i Losdow, March 6. The physicians in attendance on King Milan Obrenovitch, of Servia, pronounce him to be suffering from a nervous dis order. Two clerks In the Irish Provincial Bank have been arrested on a charge oE having embezzled £25,000. They had absconded, but were traced to Barce lona, In Spain, where their capture was effected. Lowbos, March 7* The jubilee of the establishment by Mr. Isaac Pitman, the inventor of the well known system of shorthand writing which bears hia name, cf the Phonetic Institute in Bath, was celebrated yesterday by a banquet, which was largely attended by shorthand writers, and a medal was struck in honor of the occasion. It Is believed that ex- King Milan, of Servia, who recently divorced Qaeerx Natalie, and subsequently abdicated his throne, is about to marry a daughter of M. Chrietitch, hia late Premier, who now, with two generals, constitutes the present Servian Regency. Loxtjok, Marsh 8. Her Majesty the Queen arr...

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QUEENSCLIFFE, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

QUEENSCLIFFE Mabch 10. The farmers are anxiously waiting a good fall of rain to enable them to start ploughing. Water carting is tbe priacipal emp'oymeat at prerrnt. — A number of people are cow em ployed in gathering jaska gum ; the prhe ia low and the profit tc me contractor big, only a moderate wage being earned. — The last loatf of M. and L. sleepers has been cirted into Queenecliffe, there being one boatload only at the Queensclifie }»tty — Some of out farmer a are not able to dispose of their barley. Tbose who sold early in the season got up to 6?, per bnsbt-1. — The bay is swarming with fUn. and many have been caught off the jetty.

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THE PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. At the Port Augusta Police Court, before Mr. J, Rudall, S.M., on Monday, March 11, Henry Richardson was charged on the infor mation of Leonard Edward Woodman with feloniously and unlawfully shooting him on March 9 with loaded arms, to wit a revolver, with intent to kill and murder. Mr. Smith appeared for tbe prosecutor, and Mr. Webb, of Wigley & Webb, for the prisoner. Robert Armstrong Gard, shipping clerk, of Poit AcguBta, said I know both prosecutor ana prisoner, .nave oetn m ioe prisoner b company during the past few wetk.3 since Mr. Wcodman left on his trip to Queensland. Prisoner Bpoke to me about him more than a fortnight sgo. He said, 'If I can prove any intimacy between Woodman and my wife I'll do for him,' or words to that effect. Remem ber last Saturday night. Saw prosecutor at the Great Northern Hotel about a quarter past 10 o'clock. He was at supper, having arrived by train tbat night. Next saw him on the top of tbe stairs talking ...

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YORKE'S PENINSULA. LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

YORKE'S PENINSULA LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. Moonta, March 7. — Present — Messrs. T, J, S. O'Halloran (chairman), Moody and Garner. The inspector reported— 'I found that several houses, the property of the Brewery Company, at Wallaroo, Kadina, and Moonta, require various repairs. The tenants state the company has to carry out these repairs, which they have promised to do as per letter attached1 j by which it seems there are some unforeseen cir cumstanceB connected with the matter. I have this time accented the nroinisa ~eiven. soonee than put the various landlords to the trouble of opposing their license, which I trust will be approved, There are a few old houses at Moonta, Wallaroo, Kadina, and Kslpara of a poor cramped description, with small low rooms. These houses require con stant patching to keep them in anything like a tenantable condition. I think it would be much better if they were pulled down and rebuilt when the state of trade would require it, as they are a consta...

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THE LATE MR. H. P. BUTTFIELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE LATE MR. H. P. BUITF1EL1-. The following is an extract from a letter received from Windorah, Queensland, by Mr. F. C. Wollaston, relating to the death of Mr. H. P. Buttfield :— 'lam sorry to have to report the painful news of Mr. Battfield's death. He, White bead, and tbe black boy were camped at tha SpricgB. They left their camp on Wednesday, 13th, to go to mark off some land I told yoa about. They camped within a mile of the place. On the morning of the 14th they went to tbe land, cleared and chained three aides, returned to camp and had dinner. Mr. Buttfield then went for camels, brought them back, then went to the land and finished marking out. The next morning (15th) started to look for camels, the black boy being away for beef. Found they bad cleared out. He than returned to camp, and he and Whitehead started on their tracks. They took no water with them, left the canteen full at the catnp. When they had travelled about seven miles they came on the track leading to the wat...

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

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

Gillies and Go. intend to grant bonuses to the agricultural and wine industries to the extent of £250,000. Wmti/cerM : __^sJ|Z.e west PerfatEmoffient Milk Ibr 4 SOFiEKING AND BEAUTIFYING C 1 THE SKIN r :f EVER PRODUCED. 4, *Hk£«ptttf £kis Coot and Befbeshed in the Homnk P . Wkatbir. '^cl : f Entirely 'removes and prev»nte all J ? 2 fiOL'GHHtSS, REDHES8, 80RBURN, TAN, to. 2 3 JLnd piwe-Tes the THE ERIN from tba eSaeta et V . » «iporare to tin ?«??*? w N 'J ST7K, W1JM.U, OB EABD WATEB, 2 i ^ HoKje&etEallr tbsn any other preMusyoB. r j i'kltladeUKbi^^v- Cor.mw bhu Bctsiebihg if «pj-Uefl iel : Vto Ac« or Kscds after betas oBt in the Bub, TtxaH-J ; wpUyisa. yachting, Se. It removes ail H«t anil InttkUoiA t /arauiiy lie Son, fitiogi of Insects, etc-, and imsarttS ? : waaaXsoIlrelTeljieciizigta the Skin, «2iichiBfodclig£ttBl« : i Price in England, Ie. *8«. 6d.~ Bole Miteri : V' ' - SM. EEKTHAWI-anN --t..,niBt.. ffl-Ttgntmrn CwtJ^»fc | FJELTON. GRIMWADE * Oa, Melbourne; Si

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

Pbitaie Advebtisemext.— Grose's Resto rine has exceeded the beBt expectations. Females can take it witb safety; If from any cause it has been delayed, and it is desirable that health should come on, take Bestorine; if it baB been delay, d through wet feet or other cause, take R«Btorin». It has brought on tealthwhfn vverythingelse has failed. Sold by all chemists, 2s. 6d., and at the manufac turer's, Charles Cross, chemist, Gawler, South Australia! 18aiul23xi9.l24

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

Cebokic COuges, Coles, Esoscnms am Pemioxabt Teoueles can be cured by Scon's Emcxsion op Fukb Cod Liter Oil tfith HTPOPnosrniTEa We have abso lute proof of this from all sections of the world. It is as palatable as milk. Try it before it is too late. 'Gentlemen— I think It ie only fair to you to say that my wife bad been laid up a month with a very Eharp attack of bronchitis, conpled with a very distressing cough through pulmonary affection of ibe lungs, and lie cough had become bo troublesome that she was scarcely able to obtain two hours' rest in succession. I ol tamed a bottle of 'Scon's Emulsion,' which gave her immediate relief, and six bottles have restored her to I- er usual state of health, I am, gentlemen, yours truly, February I7th, 1886. Quo. Fatjuker, Timekeeper EaUamBhiie Works, Sheffield. Large fewJ email eizee ecW by al! Chemists. flecwWCk '

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THE SCHOOL OF MINES AND INDUSTRIES. RECEPTION OF STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

'THE SCHOOL OF MINE3 AND INDUSTRIES. RECEPTION OF STUDENTS. The members of the council of the School ol Minee and Industries met in the ExJiibitioa Building on Wednesday afternoon, for the re ception of students. Dr. Cockburn presided, and ? there were also present — Professor Heunie. Messrs. J. T. Scherk, M.P., S. Solomon, M.F., O. Todd. C.M.G., J. L. Eorjython, and A. Adamson. There was a good attendance of etudents and well-wishers of the institution. The Chairman stated that when & number of men engaged in any undertaking one of the first elements of success was that they should become mutually acquainted and thoroughly understand one another. The council and the etudents of the school were engaged in a vary great undertaking, which he thought had the good wishes of every one in the colony. That undertaking was to prove the value of technical education. As they were working in the same direction, and as their interests were to be in common, he thought it very desirable t...

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

BOOYOOLEE. March 9.— Present— Ore. Siattery (chair), 'Walter, and Parker. Messrs. Heath, Wake hair, and Dale, ratepayers, waited on council respecting repairs on road in East ward damaged by floods ; Cr. Walter and Burveyor to meet those gentlemen and inspect locality. - Caitowie Council wrote requesting coopera tion in getting the Laura and Caitowie road pat on schedule of main roads ; consideration .deferred until next meeting. Crown Lands Department intimated that balance of, main road grant £140 had been paid to tbe credit of council. Works ordered: — Main roads — 80 yards maintenance metal. Receipts, £5 0a, 6d,; payment?, £14 8s. Cd.

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District Councils. ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

gi0trict Councils ALDINGA. March 9. — Present — Cra. Hart (chair), Her rick, and Valentine. Tenders accepted— taking load North ward, A. EUboume, £2 14s. per chain ; do. Port ward, H. Sullivan, £i lCs. per chain. Works ordered — Forming near .SearEon'e; forming and metalling near Pithick'a, Payments— Slain roads, £61 ISs, ?66.; and general, £25 5s.

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

KAN If AK A. March 11— Present — All. Lands Office .-wrote in reply to memorial eent for redaction of water rate in Gordon stating that stand .pipe is Gordon was under Iea38, therefore Government could not grant the requests of .the memorialists Mr. E. Saint, poandkeeper, sskta to transfer pound from section 87 to section 270, Boolcunda; granted, and the pcufcd to be closed from M&rch 15 to April 5 Tenders accepted — W- Bierwirth, forming and cctticg side drain, Boolconda, lla, Sd. per chain : W. Barry, £2 10s., repairs to road, Palmer; J. Markham, £12, repairs and cat ting bark, Kanyaka; T. Fmley, £15, for feccjng cemetery, Willochra; J. Grigg. £13, cutting burrs in Kanyaka; T. Braddock, £3 103., cutting burrs in Palmer; E. Kir wan, £ 12, . catting burrs and destroying rabbits in Bool cuoda ; J, Lmdo, £5 10s., cutting burrs and dtfctroj ing rabbits in Cudlamudla,

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

HIGHEROOMBE. . March 11 .— Present— All except Cr. C, Hill. . Overseer reported that Mr. R. S. Kelly was fencing the line representing the southero. . boundary of section 812, and thereby enclosing portion of the present travelled way, and tin .read between the fences was impassable in is* present state ; to stand over. Payments, £59 18b. Cd.

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