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KONDOPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
KOXDOP ARING A. March 9 — Prf tent— AIL — Tenders accepted — J, Hoobic, culvert, &c, at Paris Creek, £11 16s ; J. Pike, Krsvel.ing1 on Nicol'e-roftd, £1 per chain; ML O'Loughlin, metalling on Echunga road, £3 8s per chain ; T. Brennan, do. on Maccletfield-road, 17^. 6d. per chain, and on Bull's Creek mad, £1 2s. 61. per chain ; for 2^-inch metal, T. Blythman. 4a. 3d. per yard, M. Watson 3a. 6d., and T. Mcilahon 2s. ICb ; for c1esrin-t watertablee, &c , in Dash wood'a Golly, J. Lang. £7 4?.; Meadows £6 7s. 6d,, Bull's Creek £10 4a. 9d.-, and Lower Meadows xoad, G Rogers, £7 12s. Works ordered — Gravelling on Phillips' Hill rofld and Stratbalbyn - road, catting and clearing en roads at Black fellows1 Creek. m-taUng' near Ash bourne, McHarg'd Cr-ek. and on the Lower Meadows-roadB, and two jobs of water tfcbliog, &c. Mr. oieann reported respecting road near Mr. T. OLouRhliu'a that tbe coBfc to do ary good was quite beyond council's funds. JVIr. G. Usher, jun., re...
AFFAIRS AT RENMARK. CHAFEEY BROS. URGED TO PAY WORKMEN REGULARLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
AFFAIRS AT REN&f ARK. CEAFFEY BROS. UK-3ED TO FAY WORKMEN REGULARLY. A public meeting was held on Saturday afternoon, March 9, in front of the compiuy'a emcee, Renmark, to consider what steps should be taken to induced the firm of Chaffey Bros, to fulrJl their promises as regards the pay ment at regular intervals cf the working classes in the to wn, and to urge that a regular system of payment should be carried out in future. There were nearly i-0 persons present. Mr. P. Beck, alter reading the notice calling the meeting, went on to explain that great dissatisfaction was experienced and some trouble caused by the dilatory way in which the men's wages were paid at the present time. He certainly knew that there was some cause of dissatisfac tion in some cases, as he held in his band a promissory- note on the Messrs. Chaffey which had been presented at thsir office three times, and the man had eimply been told eaoh time he went that there were no funds in hand to pay it with, a...
EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
EURELIA. March 1L— Present— Crs. W. R. Axford Coba-0, W. H. Byerlee, G. H. Dunn, and J. S. Kerr. Government wrote stating that £&000 had been granted for road construction; first instalment of £1,000 to be divided amongst 'various wards as follows: — Eurella, £353; Yanyarrie, £155; Oladtfe, £155; Bendleby, £85; Eurilpa, £127; Uroonda, £70; Min burra, £55. Councillors allowed to let work mot exceeding £5, above that sum tenders to be called. Notice re Bathurst ban to be ad certified in Chronicle, and provieions of Act strictly enforced. Receipts — Government gr^nt, £1,000; and rates, £-S 03. 9d. Pay mentE, £52 14s. 4d.
BREMER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
BREMEE. March 2.— Present— All. Tenders accepted ^—Delivering 100 jards metal on main road to Wellington, J. W. Perry, 2s. 7d. psr yard; 100 yards on Milangroad, E. Barken, 2a. lid. Strathalbyn council wrote respecting the clear icg of the scrub road to Milang, promising to consider the matter when weather was more favorable. Meningie council wrote stating tbat they only required the yards and ferry man's house at West Wellington included in tfieir district, and that the whole of the saod 'would still remain in Bremer ; matter to be laid fcefcre Commissioner of Crown Lands with a view to obtaining grant to remove the Band. Kew assessment of Alexandria ward to be ?made. Chairman, with Mr. Warren and clerk, to inspect Lake Plains ford and foot-bridge and Eormby'e bridge. Persons named as not taking steps to clear the rabbits off their laad to be written to. Air. Da weon wrote consent ing to trespass road through his land . at Finniss ; thanked. Srone necessary for pitsh ,p3V3cgat Mo-q...
CENTRAL BOARD OP HEALTH. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Tuesday, Maech12. Present— Dr. WhitteJI (president), Dr. Pater son, MesErs. H. Rymill, F. Wright, and G, Yonrjg. With reference to the statement of the Pajneham Local Board of Health that it was unnecessary to carry out the law regarding privies at West Marden, the chief inspector re ported that the privieB were in a dilapidated state, and had neither cesspools nor receptacles for excreta. The local board to be informed that the provision of proper privy accommoda tion will be insisted on. The secretary of the local board of health for Yatala South wrote, stating that on receipt of this board's letter respecting the nuisances at the premises of Mr. Mehrtens, Grand Junction-road, and at Mr. Conrad's, at near Dry Creek, he wrote to the proprietors of the works. He had since inspected the premises, and found the nuisance at Mr. Conrad's abated, and better arrangements for drainage were being made at Mr. Mehrtens's, but the damming of the water channel from the ...
HALLETT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
halle rr. 'Present — Crs Wilkinp, Donstau, Thomas, and Scholz. Various correspondence dealt with. Mr. Best's application to erect fence a lew feet on road across the Dastholes Creek granted. Tenders aaoepfced— Oon- .tract No. 5, Fill wood & Gubbin?, £21 128. 6d.; 10, A Edge, £11. Cr. Thomas to let small work near Mr. Siott's, .and overseer to let work near cattle BUtion. Receipts. £65 16s. lOd. Payments— General, £24 08, Sd. ; and main roads, £4.
RECHABITISM AT RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
BECHABITISM AT RENMARK. In response to a requisition received from BenmarktheD.G.B. of the South Australian District (Bro. K, J. Burnett) proceeded to the irrigation settlement for the purpose of estab lishing a tent of the order in that locality. On. Thursday, March 7, a well attended public meeting was held in the Salvation Army Barracks, kindly lent for the occasion. The chair was occupied by Bro. P.C.B. H. Evans, of the Faith, Hope, and Charity Tent, Orroroo. Bro. Burnett ssoke of the avilii nf the drink traffic, and asked for the assistance of those present in securing greater restrictions being placed on the liquor trade. A general invitation was given to persons to sign the pledge of total abstinence, and also to identify themselves with the Reeha bite order. The principles of that in stitution as a sick, medical, and funeral benefit society were advanced. Tne meeting was also addressed by the Rev. J. O. Kirby and Mr. A. Crossly. Daring the evening re citations were rendered ...
GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
GILBERT. March 9-. — Present — All but the chairman. .Tenders accepted :— For district work— Main tenance, Boaworih's, 3J, Kelly, 3i. 8d. per yard ; for main roads— Forming and metalling, J&arrabel and Saddlewortb. road, E. Good lidge, £5 10s, 6d.; maintenance, Kaponda and Tariee road, M. Mclnerbeney, 4s. (accepted on Account of eapople). Works ordered — Repairs f obtpathF* Riverton ; forming and metalling, Kains and Finnias street, Cr. Wheller to get .culvert repaired at NashV, and overseer to gel .watercourses cleared at Belvidere. Receipts, '£53 iSa. 5d. Payments— General, £53 10a. lQcL; and main roads. £28 14s. Id.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
Shipping &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE P. & O. S. N. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COMPANY, under contract with &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the Imperial, New South Wales, Vic- &nbsp; &nbsp; torian, and South Australian Governments, will dis- patch the following steamers &nbsp; LONDON calling at ALBANY. COLOMBO, ADEN. BRINDISI, MALTA, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH:— &nbsp; Steamers Tons. Commander. Leaving Adelaide. &nbsp; VALETTA_ 4919 G. W. Attinson March 25 BRITANNIA _ 6257 N. Hector_April 8 &nbsp; BALLAARAT _4748 E. Asbdown_April 22 VICTORIA _6268 G.F Oates_May 8 PARRAMATTA _ 4771 R. G. Murray _ May 20 &nbsp; &nbsp; MASSILIA _4918 S. D. Shallard_June 8 OCEANA _ _ 6862 P S. Tomlin _ June 17 Passengers by the Valetta can leave Adelaide on Monday, 25th inst , by any train for Large Bay not &nbsp; &nbsp; later than the special from North-...
THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. THE YEAR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. THE YEAR'S WORK. The Work of tbe Adelaide Hospital during the year 1S&3 iB detailed in the annual report of the lic-std oi management which has just been issued. The number of cases admitted to the inEtilu«,ion during the year was 2,003, *ed there were 180 deaths of in patients. The average daily number of patients in the institution was 184, and the average cumber of days patients discharged during tbe year was 31. The number of atten dances of out-patients treated was 10.9S3, The annual cort of each patient is put down at £4913s. 'gd. Tbe total annual expenditure amounted to £9,875 Us. 7d. ; the CDntributions received (including 10 per cent, of all life con tributions) being £1,852 03. 5d.; the amount of feeB received for the -maintenance of patients, £589 19a 5d.; and the fees received towards maintenance (based on the total average of patients and not deducted in calculating ' the annual cost of each patient'). £2 17a. 7Ji. (These statistics when c...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS. BIRTHS. STIRLING.—On the 6th March, at The Lodge, &nbsp; Strathalbyn, the wife of J. Lancelot Stirling, of a daughter. &nbsp; OSBORN.—On the 2nd March, at Kenilworth- &nbsp; &nbsp; avenue, Norwood, the wife of H. R. Osborn, of a son. TOTHILL.—On the 25th January, at Somerton, &nbsp; New Gleneltg, the wife of H. B. Tothill, of a daughter. TRIMMER.—On the 6th March, at Second avenue, &nbsp; College Park, the wife of Edmund Trimmer, of a son. FRASER.—On the 21st February, at Castle-street, the wife of Duncan Fraser, jun., of a son. &nbsp; CHEYNE.—On the 7th March, at the Clarendon Hotel, Hindley-street, the wife of Magnus Cheyne, of &nbsp; Coward Springs, of a daughter. SHUTTLEWORTH.—On the 10th March, at Upper &nbsp; Kensington, the wife of C. J. S. Shuttleworth, of a son. HOPKINS.—On the 9th March, at Lower Nortb &nbsp; road, the wife of W. Hopkins, of a son. Both doing well...
THE MOUNT CARRINGTON MINE. ATTEMPT TO JUMP THE CLAIM. Barabba, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
THE MOUNT CARRINGTOH MINE. ATTEMPT TO JUMP THE CLAIM. TFW TnlHmnh.l [From oar Special Reporter,! - Barabba, March 21. The directors oi tbe Mount Uamngton mine at Hiiigrove received a telegram today from the mining manager that their claim had been jumped on the ground that the rent was ia arrears. The manager was instructed not to criirA nn -nnsfiBfisinn as fch« ,ri»nf: Yiori hoAn TMiifi It is believed that the ground jumped this morniDg was the old Carriogton lease close by which bad run out. The old property was inten tionally allowed to run out. It is supposed that the jumpers thought the new claim had been forfeited, and acted on this supposition. The party leave for Mount Moor tomorrow, 10 miles out. The secretary of tbe mine (Mr. W. A. Kings borongb) informs us that the mining manager has telegraphed as follows : — ' Lease all right } jumpers made mistake in ground ; portion of old lease cancelled, bat has been repegged for company ; all the leases perfeotly safe.'
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA Melbourne, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS . VICTORIA [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, March 17. C. E. Gibson, accountant In the local branch of tike National Bank, Tungamah, haBmysterlouBlydisappeared. fie obtained leave of absence on Friday week last to visit Melbourne «ndleit on Saturday with the intention of returning that -evening, cut notnlng since sas-toeen heard of Mm. It is ascertained that the accounts are all right, and Ms friends consider that he must Jh&ve met with foul play in Melbourne. Gibson was steady In hia habits and; highly respected. In consequence of St. Patrick's Day falling on Sunday this year the celebra tion of the anniversary of the patron saint of Ireland took place yesterday. She procession of the different friendly societies throughout the streets of the city was equal in every respect to that of previous years, and was witnessed by crowds of spectators who lined the streets along the route taken by the procession. The usual fete and sports gathering took plac...
JUMPING DISPUTE SETTLED. Manilla, N.S.W., March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
JUMPING DISPUTE SETTLED. (By Telegraph.] IFrom our Special KeDoiter. I Manilla. N.S.W.. March 22, The Mount Carrington dispute is settled, the jumpers having been compelled to leave the claim. The directors communicated with the warden and received a telegram in reply stating that the lease of the Mount Carrington property ia still in force, the Tent being paid up to June next. The jumpers have been compelled to leave the property, on which it is 'expected the Baker's Creek lode will be atruok in about six weeks.
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
NEW SOUTH WALES. I'From our own Gorresnondent.l Sydney, March 15. At the Quarter cessions to-day Peter Carl and Geo. Waters were sentenced to eight years' penal servitude, and too whippings of 25 ateokea each, for garrott icg rubbery in Sydney street. This afternoon Walter Benson, a tem porary clerk in the Treasury Department of the City Council, was arrested on a charge of embezzling £17 from the cor poration. Benson had ingeniously manipu lated and appropriated a cheque received in payment of rates, and it is probable that further defalcations will be un earthed. The Postmaster- General has had the question of the proposed new mall service via San Francisco under consideration, during the past week, and on the assump tion that there would not be time to carry the extended proposals of the Union Steamship Company into effect by the time the present contract elapses, he has communicated with the New Zealand Government asking if it will be possible to extend for another year the pres...
TWELVE WEEKS' RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
TWELVE WEEKS' RESULT3. The following list shows the amount of ore treated and the return in silver and bullion from tbe Broken Hill Proprietary Company's mine fcince the beginning of the year (or for 12weeke):— n.f „ Ore treated. Bullion. Silver. Late- Tons. Ions. Oz. January 4 _ _ 2,097 „ 362 _ 73,102* January 11 _ 2.G9S _ 318 _ 7B,O7Ot January 18 _ 2,610 _ 334 _ 94.600 January 25 _ 2,529 _ 434 _ 89,408 February 1 _ 2.582 _ 417 .. 91,782 February 8 _ 2,692 _ 368 _ 96.547J: February 15 _. 2,031 _ 361 _ 96,850 February 22 _ 3,522 „ 405 . 93,507 March 1 ? — _ 2,460 _ 424 _ 105,16a March 8 - .. 2.515 ,. 505 - 106 091 March 16 _ _ 2,615 _ 454 _ 111,573 Slarch£2 _ „ 2,664 „ B97 .,. 1X2,S23§ Totals- - 30.95S - 4.797 - 1.163,520 * Only six furnaces running— three SO and three 30 tonDers. t Only six furnaces for four days and seven furnaces for three days. t Less one 80-tonner. § Vine furnaces for four days and eight furnaoea for three days.
LORD SALISBURY ON IRELAND. LONDON, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
LORD SALISBURY ON IRELAND. [From our own OorresDondent.l London, March 20. Lord Salisbury, speaking at Watford, In Hertfordshire, yesterday made an Im portant announcement with reference to the Intentions of the Government regard In? Ireland. He stated that the Droooaals talked out last session for carrying out public works in Ireland would be reintro duced, and special efforts would be made to raise the value of the fisheries. The Government would contisn?1 their efforts to restore order by firmness and justice, and at the same time conciliatory measures would not be neglected. Lord Ashborne's Act, which assisted tenant farmers to purchase their holdings, would be enlarged In scope. It was, Lord Salisbury added, the In tention of the Ministry to bring in a 6111 , to grant local government to Ireland and - ' thereby squelch Home Rale.' Ireland ?would then enjoy the same privileges to control Its domestic affairs as have been enjoyed since the beginning of the pre sent year by Englan...
COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] LONDON, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] London, jnarcn id. Australian wheat, ex warehouse, has declined, and is now quoted at 39s. 6d. to 40s. Uew Zealand long bsrry is also weaker, and sales have been effected at 40s. 6d. The total quantity of wheat afloat Is 183,000 quarters. The Australian flour market Is quiet. Leather is active. Metals are flat. London, March 19. Australian flour has declined Is., the quotations ex store being 28s. 6d. to 29a. The wheat market is flat. Off cargoes of Australian wheat have declined 6cL, and are now quoted at 36s. 6d. to 37s. The arrivals of Australian frozen meat are light. New Zealand prime selected frozen inutton is still quoted at 43. per Ib. Copper Ib quoted at £40. Lyaaght's Orb brand Is unchanged at £17. _ Bar silver Is quoted at 3s. 6fti. Tin is quiet. Australian tin is quoted at £94 10s., being a decline of 17s. 6d, since last week. Australian leather, beat Bides, still qtiotedat 9d. to 9Jd.