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Mining Intelligence (For other Mining News see page 5.) THE JUNCTION MINE AND ITS MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

tjftmmg Intelligence {For other Mining Kevii seepage 5.) THE JUNCTION MINE AND ITS MANAGER. Dubixg the last few weeks much concera has naturally been manifested by share holders in some of the mines at tha Barrier, owing to the unfavorable reports which have been received with reference to them ; and latterly the nneaslness has been Intensified by the publication of con tradictory telegrams, the information in which apparently came from reliable (sources. We have onrselres published meesages from Broken Hill announcing the inaccuracy of previous intelli gence, and it ib hardly surprising that the pnblic should have felt themselves la a qnandary as to what to believe, aud how to explain the coiiflLotifg statements. Our Broken Hill reporter has always been most careful to forward cocking but what he considered beyond all question accu rate, and, before the late complication, in no eirgle instance, we believe, has the information ha has supplied us ?with proved to be wrong. On receipt,...

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THE BROKEN HILL MINE. 112,823 OUNCES OF SILVER. [By Telegraph.] Broken Hill, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE BROKEN HILL MINE. 112,823 OUNCES OF SILVER. [By Telegraph] Broken Hill. March 22. The week's run at the Broken Hill Pro prietaty mine (nine furnaces for four days and eight furnaces for three days) is as follows : — Treated 2,664 tons ore, yielding S97 tons bullion, containing 112,823 oz, silver.

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FREELING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

FREELING RACES, The following are the weights declared for the reces to be iua at Freelicg on Thursday, Match 28 :— FLTIKO HANDICAP. 6t. lb . at. lb. Comet _ _ 8 7 Joker _ _ 7 12 Regalia _ _ 8 0 Bonnie Dooc — 7 12 Kangaroo _ ~ b 0 Uarfcie ,. — 7 12 Richmond _ .. 8.0 JREELINO HAKDICAP. Comet .. .. t- 0 Ltocer .. ..8 0 Clipper .. -87 Dirkie . . „ ..80 Regalia .. _ S 2 Kangaroo .. —SO Bonnie Soon - S 2 Little tad _ ...SO HANDICAP HURDLES. Brown Eagle - 8 7 I Cockatoo _ ..83 Clipper -. — 8 7 1 Sundown .» — 8 2 Jok--r _ .. 8 3 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

A fire occurred at Fulham on Tuesday even ing, in which the house of Mrs. Stanford was completely destroyed, together with all tbe furniture. The building wai insured for £3C0 and the furniture for £200 in the Corn wall Inturauce Company. From the evidence adduced at the inquest! which ir« held oa Wednesday afternoon at Fulham, it appeared that Mrs. Stanford had i candle alight in a room used as a sewing-room on the night the fire occurred. Having something to attend to in the fowlyard she left the candle burning in the loom on a chest of drawers, everything being apparently safe. A few minutes after she had left she saw the room in a blaze and immediately called oat for her sons, but their etforts w«re unavailing. Tbe jury returned a verdict ' that the fire was caused through Mrs. Stanford leaving* li/ht d caudle in hex loom, but; tbtt no baaae wu attachable to anyone.'

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THE BIRDSVILLE HORSE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE BIEDSYILLE HOESE DISEASE. We have been asked by the Chief Inspector of Stock to publish the following :— ' The fol lowing report by Mr. James Irving, veterinary surgeon, on what is known as the * Birdsville horse disease,' to Mr. P. E. Gordon, Chief Inspector of Stock for Queensland, has been forwarded to the Colonial Secretary. In a letter accompanying the report Mr. Gordon says: — 'It will be remembered that in conse quence of the impossibility of procuring the services of .a veterinary Burgeon in the district, a number of stockowners in the Xtiamantina district contributed and sent to Brisbane four horses Buffering from the disease, in order to have the disease properly diagnosed and treated by Mr. Irving. Two of the horses were killed* by] Mr. Irving for purposes of post-mortem examination, and the remaining two treated, and on the 14th July last Mr. living reported fully on the matter, his report being handed by you to the press. The present report covers the period from th...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANNERS AND FELLMONGERS' GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

WHOLESALE PRICES OP COLONIAL PRODUCE. TAKKEK8 AND FBLLM0NSKB8' GOODS. Bones, £8 4s. ; hoofs and knuckles, £Z ; etaank boneB.from £6 to £9 15b. ; bideB, best heavies, in clean condition, 3d., medium 3d. to 3Jd., light Sd. to Sfd.; horns, up to 28s.; calfskins, 4d.to Sd. per lb.; kaDsraroo BirinB. Is. 6d. to 2a. 6d. per lb. ; skins, Ss. 7d , 28. 6?., IB. 10d.— Harch 21,

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GRAIN INSECTS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

GHAUT INSECTS IN AUSTRALIA. At a meeting of the Central Agricultural Bureau held on Monday the following report on this subject to the Commissioner of Crown Lands was received from Air. F. S. Craw ford:— 'Having lately received from Professor Biley, Mies Ormerod, and Professor Webster additional information concerning the Hessian Hf and other insects injurious to the wheat piant, i nave sne Honor to state the same for the information of the Honorable the GommiB eioner. Professor Bfley, in 'Insect Life,' No. 6 (a periodical bulletin published by the United States Department of Agriculture) writes as follows :— Grain Insects in Australia.— Just at present ihe colony of South Australia is con siderably exercised over the Hessian fly and other grain insects. List July we received a communication from Mr. F. S. Crawford ask ing for our opinion concerning the importation of the five —principal grain pests from Europe and from this country into Aus tralia in grass hay. We replied that from...

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RETAIL PRICKS. MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

RKTAIT, PRTOFS UBAT. . . , Beef, 4d. to 8d. perlb.; mutton, 2Jd. to 64. perlb.; pork, id, to 8d. per lb.; veal, 4d. to 8d. per lb.; beef sausages, 4d. pei lb.; pork do.. 8d. per lb.; Iamb 2s. Cd. forequaiter, 8a. Sd. hindquarter.— Jlarch 21. DAIRY FRODtJOB. Butter, Is. 4d. to Is. Sa. per lb. ; eggs. la. 4d. to le. 6d.; bacon. 1b. per lb.; lard. lOd. to Is. per lb.; cheese, la. to la. 4d. per lb.— March 21. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Beet, 4d. per bunch ; carrots, 2Jd. per bunch ; cabbages, 4d.|each; celery, 6d. per head; cress, Id. per bunch; leeks, 4d. per bunch; lettuce, ljd. each ; onions, 8d. per lb. ; parsley, Id. per bunch ; parsnips, 2Jd. per bunch; peaa, 3s. per peofc; sweet melons, 2d. per lb. ; water melons, Id. per lb. ; plne-applea, la. each ; [potatoes, 2d. per lb.; radishes, Id. per bunch ; taraipa, 8d. per bunch ; swede turnips, 2&d. per bunch ; almonds, 9d. per lb. ; cooking apples, 8d. per lb. ; eating appleB, 4d. per lb. ; quinces, 3d. per lb. ; Barcelona nuts, ...

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COMMON DISORDERS AFFECTING CATTLE. TUBERCULOSIS—BOVINE CONSUMPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

COMMON DISORDERS AFFECTING CATTLE. * [From the Mark Lane Express.] TOBEBCULOSIS— BOVINE CONSUMPTION. Tuberculosis has of late years groatly occupied the attention of both human and veterinary practitioners. We have had a departmental committee taking evidence and reporting thereon, and national and inter national conferences, and native and foreign experts have made it the special Bubiact of their deliberations and experiments. Scarcely an agricultural journal but has had its weekly article or paragraph dealing with it. The French have added it to their list of con tagious diseases; and yet we are' in much the eame position as heretofore, i e., we go on uaicg tuberculous animals for breeding pur poses, and-the milk and meat for human food, without much thought or care as to the future of either the bovine or human races. The departmental committee referred to reported that tuberculosis does not attack all animals equally, and arranged the liability to the disease as follows : — ' Ma...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

BUILDING MATERIALS. IRBTAIL PRICES IN ABKLAIDK.1 Bed deals, 11 x 3, Ed. to 9d. ; 9 x 3, 6d. to'7d. ; 9x4, feid to 10d.; 7 x 2}, 4d. to 6d.; 7x3, 6d. to 6d.; sawing, 4s. per 100 super, or deep cut flooring, 6 x 1£, 14s. to 16b.; 6x1, 13s. to 148. ; jd., flat cut }d. per foot. Tongued and grooved x 9 |, lie. 6d. to 12a. 6d. : 6 x I, 98. 6d, to 10s 6d. per 100 feet. Matchboards.— 6 x g, 8a. to 9s.; 6 x i, * 7a. 6d. to 8s. 8d. per 100 feet. Balk timber. Oregon, 2e. 66*. to 3e. ; pitch pine, 2a. lOd. to 3a. 3d. ; red fum or jarrah, 20a. to 80s. per 100 feet Buper. ingapore cedar, Sjd. to Ed. per foot super. Sydney cedar, Sd. to le. per foot Buper. V.D.L. strlngybark, 14a. to 178. 6d. per 100 feet super. Hobart palings, 6 feet 17s. to £0a., 6 feet 21s. to 24s. per 100; Launceston palings, C feet 22b. to 258., 8 feet 25a to 28s. per 100. Redgum posts, £8 15a. to £10 per 100 ; jarrah posts. £7 10b. to £9 per 100. Oolonlel split latbB, 3 feet 14a. to 15s., 3J feet 16a. to 17a. per l.ObO ; bl...

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COLIC IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

COLIC IN HORSES. At a recent meeting of the Lincolnshire Veterinary Medical Association, the following paper was read by Mr. J. J. Smith, M.E.C.V.S., of Huntingdon:— AH horses entrusted to our care are more or leaa liable to colic, bat we find that eases are rare in proportion to the care beBtowed upon their treatment in regard to their work and diet. And this is the reason why the heavier breeds are more liable to this affection. They are generally supplied with a larse Quantity of food, frequently of an inferior quality, which is often given to a horse when he is exhausted with prolonged labor. A horse is worked foe several hours at a time, and when brought home has his manger filled with balky and indiges tible food. This he often eats ravenously, and the imperfectly masticated food is passed into the stomach and intestine, whose vital energy las been so much impaired that instead of being digested and prepared for assimilation it aots as an irritant, and also, by undergoing chem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

By the mail steamer Ballaarat which reached LargB Bay on Thursday afternoon, the Hon. G. O. and Mrs.' Hawker returned to South Australia. They had got aa far as Ind:a, where they were staying for a while, on the way to England, when the news of the sad death of their third son reached them, _ Their plans were thus altered, and they decided to eturn to the colony,

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S.A. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

S.A. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. Cbystal Bhooe. A meeting of thiB branch was held at the Royal Hotel, Crystal Brook, on Satur day, the chairman (Mr. R. Pavey) presiding over a fair attendance, The delegates to the annual meeting reported having been favorably received there. The balance-sheet of the central committee was read and approved. Mr. iBaac Davidson (secretary and treasurer) presented the annual balance-sheet, which showed the branch to be in a healthy con dition, there being a large inorease in member ship and a credit balance of over £5. Votes cf thanks were pasBed to the retiring officers, and the following were elected for the ensuing year:— Chairman, Mr. W. Morrish; vice-chairmen, MeBBrs. W. Hamlyn and H. G. Ooumbe; secretary and treasurer, Mr. R. Pavy. A special vote of thanks waB tendered to Mr. J. Miller for his valuable paper on the vmt coast country, delivered before the annual meeting of delegates in Adelaide. Mr. Miller intimated that at the next monthly meeting he wo...

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Correspondence. (For other Correspondence see page 19.) THE SOUTH MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

-&mxt8$mbmtz. {For ottitr Correspondence see page 19.) THE SOUTH MINE. IO THE EDITOB. Sir— Alter the issuing of such an unaatis- j factory balance-sheet) letters written by numerous correspondents, and now the latest information that the mine has discharged ita employe's, I'am anxious as a shareholder to enlighten my fellow-BharehoIders, who are, unfortunately for their own benefit, living too far away to form any idea of the intrinsic Tallin nf t.hn Snnt.h minfl. Thfl halancR. sheet has been an sye-opener to many, and will continue to be so until the mine is worked on more systematic and economical methods. The importation of ore has been a decided failure, and taking into consideration the facts of the case we can expect no other. While we have directors of the South holding the same offices on the Dry Greek smelters and Silverton railway boards the South will never pay a dividend. It is comparatively indifferent to them whether the South pays dividends or not as long as t...

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AGRICULTURAL BUREAUS. ADELAIDE, MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

AGRICULTURAL BUREAUS. Adelaide, Monday, Mabch 18. Present— Mr. F. E. H. W. Krichauff, M.P. (chairman), Sir Samuel Davenport, Messrs. H. Kelly, T. Hardy, and the secretary {Me. A. Molineux). GENERAL BUSINESS. The Seohetakv stated that the ' buskbush ' Bhown at the last meeting by Mr. J. Miller, of MerritoD, as a valuable fodder plant, had been found to be Balsola kali. The Conservator of Forests (Mr. J. E. Brown) forwarded the following report with respect to the application received trom t rencn expertB in vine and fruit culture for employ ment as instructors in viticulture and agricul ture generally :— ' The lemarkB generally made by these Frenchmen bring up the great national question as to the absolute advisable ness of the Government affording the means to the rising generation at least of our colonists to require a thorough knowledge of the proper sorts to cultivate j and haw and when to plant and prune the vine, fig, olive, orange, mul berry, and other fruit trees, _ which I t...

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MOUNT GAMBIER, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

Moukt Gajibieb, Maech 9. Present— Messrs. Jas. Umpherston (chair man), T. Williams, J. Wataon, and C. Hollo way (hon. sec. ). It was resolved to recommend the Central Bureau to add the following gentlemen to the membership of this branch .-—Messrs. D. Nor man, sen., farmer ; J. C. Ruwold, farmer ; C Beale, forester ; Jas. Pick, J.P., grazier ; and £. Lewie, ironworker. Mr. Jas. Umfrebston gave an address upon irrigation. He thought it was a matter of great importance, and that the residents in that por tion of the colony weie most fortunately situated in having an unlimited supply of water at depths varying 'from six to eighty feet, and they should take advantage of the privileges with which a bountiful nature had endowed them. He assumed it was a re cognised fact that irrigation ? was cf the ut most importance to the success of agricultural, horticultural, snd pastoral pursuits in any country sot favored with a sufficient rainfall. The water supply was of the purest descrip tion, w...

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FRENCH AGRICULTURE. Paris, January 19,1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

FRENCH AGRICULTURE; [From our Paris Correspondent.] Paris, January 19, 1889. From .'every eide the reports are most satis factory respecting winter cereals. Wheat and rye bad been sown under splendid autumn con dition?, and favored by a genial temperatura they have made such gratifying progress as to be able to vigorously resist the frosts. Indeed in oot a few caseB the frosts that have already arrived have benefited the plants by destroying sings. There promises to be a greater breadth of land under wheat this' year, and this augmentation ia attributable to the advantages attending a judicious selection of seed and a liberal application of mineral manures. The season has not only been propitious for autumn grain sowing, but it has been equally so for the preparation of the soil for spring culture by allowing the incorporation of manures, that of the farmyard notably, in the soil. TQ9 latter and the manure cannot be too finely blended, eo that the roots of the plants can draw their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

? Medical; ? ; -|7'BATIKG'S POWDEk! TTT-fiATlKG'S POWDER. TTTEATING'S POWDER. -W^EATIKG'S POWDER. I^EATiyG'S POWDER. ' KILIiS BUGS. FLEAS. MOTHS. ? BEETLES. THIS POWDER is quite HARMLESS to AfilHAL LIFE, but is unrivalled in da Straying FLEAS. BDGS, COCKROACHES, BEETLES, ilOTSS IN fCfiS, and eveiy other species of insect Sportsmen will fir.d this Invaluable lor destroy ins: fleaa in their ? dogs, as alao ladles tor their pet dogs ? THIS ARTICLE has found bo G8EA.T a SALE that it has tempted others to vendi eo-taHed article In imitation. The PUBLIO are CATJTIOKED that packages of ihe genuine powder bear the autograph of THOMAS EEAXCSTG. Soid in lins by all .Chemists. ? fpO GET RID OF WO±t-2b fJPO GET RID OF WORMS fllO GS.T RiD OF WORMS TO GET RED OF WORMS use the -'absolute' remedy, KEATING S M OEM TABLETS. A PURKLY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and:taste, furnishing a moat agreeable method of ad ministering the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS. It is % pe...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The hot weather, with the approach of the equinox, passed away and gave place to a cool, cloudy, and showery spell. Light rains have fallen over a great portion of the colony, which although not of much service aB regards affording a water supply, have been very welcome, as tending to keep the soil moist and start into growth the early sown wheat, As we have now arrived at the season when rains ruay in the ordinary course of events be almoat confidently looked for, we hope soon to be able to record a copious downfall, that the soil has received a thorough soaking, that creeks are flowing, and dams full. Victorian agricultural matters are thus com mented upon in last Saturday's issue of the Leader .—The weather still continues dry and rain is beginning to be much needed in most places, particularly in the northern districts. Water is getting scarce and unless a downpour occurs shortly the scarcity is likely to be some what eeverly felt. The consequences of a dry a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

? Shipping. ? — ~3^ rp HE P. * o. s. N. ?MMfe^ X COMPANY, nodei contnet with ?npET the Imperial, New Sooth Wales, Vlo tutSan, and 8outh Australian Governments, will dlf «rtp» thri f nilmriiTg ri ? r *~ Galllnff at ? ALBANY. COLOMBO, ADEN, BRUTDISI, MATiTA, '**'~ GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH:— ? Beamem Ton* Oommandei. j !&&£%. VALBRA 749186. W. AtktasonJMarota S5 BJUTANKIA - 8267 G. N. Eeetof - Spril 8 BALLAARAT ?-_ 4748 E. Ashdown .April S2 VICTORIA - 6268B.F.Oa»ee -May 6 MBRAMAHA - 477 1 &.G. Murray . May SO MASSILIA - 4818 S. ». 8hallatd -. . June 8 OCBANA - - 63621? 8. Tomlln -June _J7 Passengers by the Valette on leave Adelaide ca MonawTSEthinst, by any train tor Lugs Bay not Sterthanthe medal from North-terrace at 8.32 p.m. jtoMoTOBlenorSn EMuengera this Train wUl fan ?CM°'^^ybrplwAGB HONEYl Co London In nnt&bnn _ |»*°|-»- jjn. do. Second do. - fffl°£?7: Return tickets from - - £64 to £116. fn the Seoand Saloon the arrangements have been '^^S^Sd. ^TAO...

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