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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Nhjll, October 5. — A steady rain fell on Tuesday, being followed by frequent showers on Wednesday. Squatters from the south western district have been here purchasing large numbers of this year's crossbred Iambs, to be delivered off the shears. The prices ranged from 4s. to 4s. 3d. per head. Our Morphett Tale correspondent reports under date of October 7 : — 'Dr. Horneck was removed to Adelaide last week and conveyed to a private residence, where he will have the skill and attention of city doctors. He had been laid -up for over six weeks, and though fitnll very weak and ' low it is hoped ho will recover. Miss Horneck, who has been assiduous in her attendance upon her brother, accompanied him to Adelaide.' Mr. Wise, manager for Mb, Kilnatrick, storekeeper and postmistress at Mile-End, on the Henley Beach-road, reported to the police on Wednesday morning that the Bhop had been forcibly entered between. 11 o'clock on Tuesday night and 5.45 the following morn ing. An at...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Mining Intelligence. BROKEN HILL MINES, Broken Hill October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Jftin%& BROKEN: HtLti MJNES^. Broken HilL October*? -- '_ Mining matters generally are eminently satisfactory. Though the fire on Block Eleven, is still smouldering, it is believed to be safely confined. The new sulphide mill on the Pro prietary mine is now working three shifts, and the results for the ensuing fortnight will be watched with interest, as the erection of more extensive works of the same description, de pends upon its success. xueexoaus 01 many gooa miners to west Australia continues and occasions 6ome incon venience to the managers. Other classes of labor are abundant here. It is believed that many claims which were floated during the 'boom' days will shortly be restarted by small parties ?as the result of an increased demand lor ore of all descriptions. Block 10 dispatched this week 752 tons of sulphides containing 185 tons of lead and 3,292 or. of silver.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth. October 5. An enquiry into the death of the man who was drowned at North Fremantle whilst trying to cvado arrest resulted in the magis trate finding that there were no suspicious circumstances about the case. The deceased was not identified. On tlie body was found a sheath-knife with the letters 'James Rande), S.W.,' and a word like 'driver' or 'diver.' At Southern Cross on Thursday Mark Wbitcombe was found dead near the main camp on die new Coolgardie railway; It was supposed that he had fallen off the train whilst proceeding to the head of the line. The deceased was about 45 years of age and ia supposed to have friends at Colac, in Victoria. TASMANIA. Hobart, October 8. Sir Edward Braddon has received a com munication from Mr. Reid intimating that owing to the present situation his Government could not take any steps towards the repeal of section 45 of the Constitution Act, and inti mated that that colony forbids the imposition of differential Customs duties...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

;';,^:'.:' --'.. Auctions. ?': .,,:.'?'. ' On WEDNESDAY, October 23, at 12 o'clock sharp. AT MIDDLE 6PIT .' (About 4 mSei. from Wi{4 florae Plains Post-Office.) IV' a v i* d : v i boo I #?'!» instructed by Mr. O. Chapman to eelity auction— ? 16HOBSE3 4 Waggons CJhaffcutter, Horseworks . New Alpha. Grinder :? Quantity Iran, Fencing Wire, &c, &c. v- ..: Full partieularsjiext Saturday. PBELIMINABT NOTICE ON A DAY TO BE NAMED. ' Tf --EWI8 GEORGE will sell by auction on account of jLJ T. W. Moron, Esq., at bis farm, Hundred WUIowie— The following surplus of STOCK and FAEM IMPLE MENTS— ? . Draught and Light Horses ? Fiunn Implements j Fat Cattle, Fat Sheep, - *:' Crossbred Ewes and Lincoln Bams. _TOe last tiro classes can be Eeen in the wool up to October 10 next. x204c ' District Council Notices. WJELYIOEBE DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE OF -GENERAL BATE. At a meeting ol the District Council of Belvidere, duly held 'on the 6Ui day ot October, 1896, ft general RATE of TENPENCE i...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October. 8. In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Nelson gave notice that he intended to intro duce a Bill to amend the Civil Service Act. It is feared that the Eagle Farm Meat Exporting Works will shortly have to close down temporarily, as some time must elai-se before the good effects of the recent rains will be noticeable. Queensland firms will benefit largely if the combination of English importers arranged .by the Hon. W. Forrest, reported by cablegram on Saturday, is effected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

- ? Shipping. ? - ITEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. FOR LOOTON, Cnder Royal Wall Coutract, will dispatch (lie follow jn- Steamers, \ia Albany, Colombo, Suez Canal, and Mediterranean Ports :— ? . Steamers. Tn8.i Commander. | Leave. ARCADIA „ CC7O A. C. Loggin 'Oct S3 BALLAAUAT .. 4S72 1. S. Angus 'Nov. C BONE .. ..5545 A. B. Daniell 'Nov. 20 VALETTA .. 6084 G. W. Atkinson Dec. 4 Himalaya ..gsqsa. w.Adamson Dec is OCEAKA .. 0670US. Stewart {Jan. J,'fi5 PARRAVATTA 4874 P. Harris \3an. 10 AUSTRALIA .. 0001 1. Reeves Jan. 29 JIASSILIA ... 6032'R. Harvey 'Feb. 12 KOTICiJ^TO PASSE\€ESS. ? ? Liberal-reductions to Families. - Whole Cabins reserved. , '^- The accommodation in loth First and Second Cfttoou u- unsurpassed. Passage from Europe, &c., can be arranged here. Passengere allowed to bieak their journey at inter mediate ports. Tourists' Tickets— India, China. Japan, &c Bound the World tickets issued. FASSAtil* KATES. ? Tfcfcets issued at lowest current rales. Handbooks, Time-tab...

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KEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October C. Mr. Donald Trough ton, the police incgistrate at Mcrea, was found dead in his office on Saturday, it is supposed from an overdose of chloroform taken as a soporific. The new Anvil Creek Colliery, employing 40 men, caught on fire on Wednesday in the underground workings and is still ablaze. Broken Hill, October 4. The Eight Hours sports yesterday were a brilliant success in point of attendance. The Sheffield was won bv Black (21 yards), Miller (19 yards) being second, Flynu (21 yards) third, and T. Hart (l'J yards) fourth. Kennedy won the Quarter-mile Race off the 40 yards' mark and the Mile off scratch. Trennery won the Bicycle Race and Rodda the Consolation Bicycle Race. Mr. C. P. James, a prominent man in local commercial and musical circles, is to be pre sented with a purse of sovereigns at a farewell social to be tendered to him next week. Sydney, October 7. The steamer Taraweera brings news that a curious phenomenon was witnessed recently at ...

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WEEKLY RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

WEEKLY RAINFALL. The following shows the quantity of rainfall at the undermentioned stations for the week ended 9 a.m., Thursday, October 10 : — Adelaide .. .. 0-033 Angaston .. .. O'OIO Appila . . . . 0-020 Ardrossan.. .. 0-180 Aldinpa .. ..0-010 Auburn .. .. 0-050 Barrow Creek . . 0-O30 Beachport.. .. 0*230 Bluuiberg .. .. O'lla Booleroo Centre . . 0O50 Bordertown .. 0*130 Bute .. .. 0*035 Caltowie .. .. 0*100 CapeBorda .. 0180 Cape Jervis . . 0*050 C. Northumberland 0*315 OapeWilloughby.. 0*170 CUrfe .. .. 0*030 Clarendon.. .. 0-30S Crafers .. .. 0*090 Crystal Brook .. 0*055 Curramulka . . 0*020 Echunga .. .. 0*250 Edinburgh .. 0-040 Eudunda .. .. 0*010 Eurelia .. ,. 6*015 Farrell's Flat .. 0*050 Frecling .. .. O'OSO GawJer .. .. 0*080 Georgetown . . 0*060 Gladstone.. .. 0*100 Glenel? .. .. 0*080 Gnenock .. .. 0*070 Gumeracha .. 0*190 Hahndorf .. .. 0-250 Buirundi .. .. 2*230 Hainley Bridge .. 0*020 Hammond.. .. 0*010 Hoyletoh .. .. 0*050 Jamestotvn .. 0*125 Kadlna :. .. 0*100 Ka...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Pnblio NotiC93. ? THE WOOBOORA AGBICULTUEAL SOCIETY will bold their ANNUAL SHOW at TABLEE «n WEDNESDAY, October ICth. ftifce lists on Application to the Secretary. 276,80,2,4,6x278^85 JAS. SCHOLEFIELD, Biverton. TEROWIE SHOW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I6tb. - Sales day by auction THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. The Great Agricultural, Implement, and Machinery , Show of the North, EXCURSION FARES ON RAILWAY LINES, , i. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 16 and 10. -'? fa ' ? Available for one week. V 280,2,4,7x285 ? H. C. SIMS, Secretary. FRANKLIN HARBOR AGRICULTURAL, HORTI CULTURAL, AND FLORAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW takes place OCTOBER 22, 1895, in Mr. J. K. FROST'S PADDOCK, Y ABM AN A. , ENTRIES up to 10 a.m. on morning of show. : ' Apply j X278-S5 ? BRIAN O'HANLON, Secretary. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE UNION. * JThe above having opened a BRANCH at PORT ADELAIDE are prepared to receive on STORAGE Shareholders' WHEAT, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES, Ac.. and to act as Agents for the disposal of the same i...

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CHESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CHESS NOTES. The commencement of the inter-club matches has been fixed for October 21, and as a great many players do not care to play during the very hot months it was' decided that there be a recess after the first round until March. To allow clubs having a large number of membersj the majority of whom are unable to play in the usual matches, it was. decided to have two sec-' tions of matches. The minimum number of fjlujciD ill *\. acutiuu tu uu uniu uiiu ui iuc xj section seven a side. Up to the present it is not known what clubs will have two teams in the field, but the matter will be fixed up at the meeting of the secretaries, which is to be held next Wednesday night. . Rather an important alteration was made as to the rate of play. Last year the rate was 20 moves per hour, but- it was found that this rate was not fast enough, as a very^ large percentage of the games were left unfinished and had to be adjudicated upon; therefore the association has decided to increase the rate ...

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END GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

END GAME. The following interesting position occurred in a game played at Broken Hill between Mr. E. Tuck and Mr. P. Eiflfe-— ? ? . , black {Mr. P.JEiffe). . . ' - white (Mr. E. Tuck). White to play and draw. White now draws the game by R to B 7 ch '.

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LAND ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

LAND ALLOTMENTS. The following lands were allotted by the Central Land Board oh Tuesday : — Section 33, hundred of Burdett, perpetual lease, containing 70 acres, to W. C. Appleton. Section 315, hundred ofGregory, homestead block, right of pur* chase, containing t-\ acres, to James Haines. Section C, hundred of Rounsevell, miscellaneous lease, contain ing 3.530 acres, to Henry Haiuet

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

IMP0UNDING8. [Fro.n the Government Gazette of October 10.1 MINTARO, James McDermott — Blue-and-white part Alderney bull, about 18 months old, no brands visible. To be sold October 10. BliDHILL, A. J. Willis— Bay yearling colt, near hinti foot white; brown yearling colt, star on fore head ; bay medium draught entire, about two years old, if branded not visible. To be cold November 2. BEACUPOKT, Elizabeth Gilders— Bed bull, white face, branded BiO near shoulder. To be sold October 17. MACCLESFIELD, D. Leonard — Chesnut horse (hack), little white on near hind foot, branded like OCI off shoulder, saddle-marked, three shoes on. To be sold November 5. HALLETT, Donald McDonald— Well-bred bay mare, off front and both hind feet white, small star in fore-, head four riioes on, branded gB near shoulder, 2 near thigh, like SO0 off shoulder ; bay harness horse, spring-cart stamp, short tail, like TOB or TOli near shoulder To be fold November 9. MOONTA, Joseph Aries— Light-red heifer, also two re...

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THE ADELAIDE MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

? THE ADELAIDE MUSEUM. Dr. E. C. Stirling has reported to the Museum committee on the donations for August and September thus : — The following are the most interesting of the dona tions to the Museum during the months of August and September : — From Mr. B. Hawker, a white-backed wren (Malurus leucouotus), and from i!r. Mr. J. Begot a lift la W*l( r-t*i**i*fi L-a (\*r\w*\ r\tt nnlnttvoN YmtVi liiwla being new to the ornithological collection. The latter was found dead upon the lawn under a palm, on the spines of which it appeared to have spiked itself. Mr. T. H.. Browne sent us an albino dingo pup, which it seemed a pity to kill in its immature con dition, and so it has been sent on deposit to the Zoo logical Gardens, where it will doubtless tltrire well, as it had already become quite tcme. A varied assortment of reptiles and minerals come to us through the courtesy of Mr. T. Worsnop, and a set of the molluEca.of the Horn expedition, including several new species, was forwarded by...

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WANTS OF CROWN LESSEES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

WANTS OF CROWN LESSEES.. A letteraddressed to the Hon. A. Catt, M.P., from Mr. J. Taylor, of Laura, was for warded to the Commissioner of Crown Lands by Messrs. Catt; Howe, -5il&, and O'Loughlin, M.P.'s, on September 27. The letter stated that a meeting of lessees of the Crown had been held at Laura on September 23 in refe rence to haying reductions of rent considered by the Land Board. The following resolu lutions were passed : — 1. That this meeting views with indignation the fact that after being advised by the secretary to the Commissioner of Crown Lands that the applications Ior reductions of rent were forwarded to the Land Board, no applications were considered by the said board, and the chairman gave information that no application hod been sent on to them. 2. Thatthe applications for reduction of rent should be dealt with as speedily as possible, as the present uncertainty is detrimental to the interests of the lessees and the Government. 8. That this meeting protest...

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DEATH OF CAPTAIN HELLON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

DEATH OF CAPTAIN HELLON. Our Victor Harbor correspondent writeB on October 4; — 'Captain ITclIon, harbormaster and pilot, wa3 found dead thiB morning. He lived by himself on Granite Island, but has for a long time been in very feeble health. His death was not at all unexpected. Captain Hellon arrived in the colony some 38 years ago. After visiting the Victorian gold fields lie secured a vessel and traded in various parts. He was at one time owner of the O6prey, the vessel connected with the famous Ticbborne case. Thedeceased captain wasiuEngland during the trial, althoughhisevidencewasnotcalled for. For many years he has been in the South Aus tralian Marine Board service. Ho was harbor master at one of the northern ports and also at Morgan |pr some time, and for the past eight years has been stationed at Viotor Harbor. The deceased never married and for along time has lived absolutely by himself. He was a great friend of the late Mr. Charles Simeon Hare — indeed, be was with him whe...

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DEATH OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

DEATH OF AN OLD COLONIST. A correspondent writes : — Mr. Richard Pig gott, who died at Boolerco Centre on Monday, Seiitember 23, arrived in the colon v in the ship Duke of Wellington on November 9, 184U. Ho was born at Bramshott, Hampshire, on November 29, 1820. lie spent the first years of his colonial life at Clarendon, where he is well known and respected ; a cutting which Lie iieil-rcu iaj luatvc is btiii huuyv ii ujr tuc iuwjig of 'Piggott's Cutting.' Ho took no public part in politics, but is known better and more widely in connection with his work as a mem ber and lay preacher of tlie Bible Christian Church. His life has been one of un assuming quietness, devotion, and unsel fish work as far a3 his religious life is concerned ; and few have left a greater record of faithful consistent work in the face of almost insurmountable difficulties behind them than he has. He went to live at Water vale in 1868, aud for years was well known in that district for his unassuming manners an...

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Horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Jlorliatltnre, GARDENING FOB THE WEEK. The Plains. Flower Garden. — Standard rose stocks many now be budded, as they are much more likely to succeed if worked in October than at auy other season ; any suckers springing from the roots of standard roses should be removed as soon as they show through the surface, as they weaken the heads considerably. They should ha traced down to their junction with' the roots and cut clean off, as if merely ehortened back a number will spring from the borders should be frequently hoed to the depth of an inch to keep the soil loose j this acts as a mulching and prevents the rapid evaporation of moisture from the soil below. Transplant tender annuals of all kinds, choosing if possible a cloudy day, or planting them after sunset; thoroughly water them immediately and keep them moist about the roots until they are well established. Roses, both bushes and standards, should now bo mulched and a sharp lookout kept for aphis. Syringe or dip the shoots in wea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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