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THROUGH THE WHEATFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
* THROUGH *HEOTEA^ IBy Chables Ltons.] I have just returned from a trip to the lower north and the following remarks anent the present condition and appearance of tho crops may interest your readers : — We took train to Tarlee and thence went hy traps via Stockport, Saiter's Springs, Alma, and westward to the railway-station at Owen, where we again took rail to the city. The crops generally for this time of year are looking very healthy. I have never seen the color better in October for years. True, the growth is short for the moat part, but the plants are sturdy and capable of standing dry weather without detriment if they get cooler days shortly. An inch of rain just now in the north would mean good crops, because of the benefit im parted to the plant before it comes into ear — a critical time in all seasons. A few instances were met with where scientific farming proves that .the extra trouble and expense are fully justified, viz., on the land that had been treated with bonedust t...
LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS. THE ENGLISH AND THE WEST AUSTRALIAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS. THE ENGLISH AND THE WEST AUSTRALIAN TRADE. The criticisms to which the live stock trade between Australia aud England have been Eubjected have been instrumental in bringing the business under the notice of a continually widening circle of readers. Each shiiunent now is watched with considerable interest, and the details regarding the disposal of the consign ments in Liondon, and the reports as to the profitableness or otherwise of the trans action are awaitea wn some expec tancy. Those engaged in the trade at the other side ot the world, with one or two notable exceptions, are inclined to look upon the business with disfavor, and Mr. Young, when lie said he was not very hopeful about the live stock trade, when interviewed last week on his return from England, only voiced the sentiments of a large number of of people in England. The unfavorable com ments which are mada from timo to time do* not apply, however, to the small ex perimental shipments which have been...
TEE RIPENING OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
TEE RIPENING OF CREAM. FBv Professor Robertson. Canada. 1 The cream from the Centrifugal separator should be cooled quickly after it is received from the machine. The temperature of the cream when set to be ripened may vary from C5 deg. to 80 dog. Fahr., according to the season ; the higher temperature is used the cream is set for ripening should be main tained about six hours, during which time it may be stirred occasionally. After that it should be left undisturbed until ripe for churn ing. No close cover over the cream vat need bo used. A clean cauvas cover is sufficient. Care should be taken to purify the canvas or other cover frequently. 'Fermentation starter' is the designation applied to the portion of fermented or sour milk, butter-milk, or cream which is added to the cream to ripen it for churning. Tho ripening of the cream consists of the develop ment of the 'fex'ttient or fenaeutB which aro added to it or which got into it from the atmosphere from, contact with vessels or...
THE SALISBURY DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE SALISBURY ^IAMOra. In the middle of the general election in England a remarkable diamond from South. Africa came into the possession of Messrs. Streete'r, of Old Bond-street. From its strange resemblance to the Prime Minister the stone has been called the Salisbury diamond, and a movement has been started by some enthusiastic Conservatives to present it to their leader. The diamond is in its natural uncut state,' and about 11 in. in length. When taken recently to Hatfield the stone was naturally a subject of exceeding interest to Lord Salisbury and his family, who all mar velled at the extraordinary likeness. Our sketch is reproduced from the Queen.
A MESALLIANCE AND ITS SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
A MESALLIANCE AND ITS SEQUEL. The death of the Princess Victoria of Capua brinjrs to mind (writes a London paper) the terrible shock given to society some years ago by the marriage of the Prince of Capua, brother of the King of Naples, to Miss Pene; lope Smith, of reputable but obscure parentage in Ireland. Mies Penelope Smith was pos sessed of the greatest beauty, of exceedingly hitrli ficmirn.fcinnfl n.riH nrniiH fpmnpp_ fihp wan wooed aud won by the then heir-presumptive to the throne of Staples, and was at first re: fused all acknowledgment of her rank and title by the members of the court. After a while, however, a middle course was adopted. Penelope Smith was ad mitted to share the society of a Royal familv of Naples — described by Sir William Hamil ton in a former generation as the 'most vulgar, vicious brood upon the face of the earth' — on condition of her acceptance of a distinct title, with the understanding that she was not to consider herself a member of the august fami...
EXPLOSION OF GUNPOWDER. DEATH OF A BOY. FOUR PERSONS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
EXPLOSION OF GUN ? POWDER. DEATH OF A BOY. FOUR PERSONS INJURED. On Saturday evening at about a quarter past 8 o'clock people living in the neighbor hood of the Glenelg railway-station, in King William-street, were startled by a loud report, and it Boon became known that an explosion had taken place on the premises of Mr. C. Parker, the well-known chemist of King Wil liam-street. Within a few minutes of the re port nve injured persons were being at tended to on the footpath in front of Mr. Parker's shop, and a crowd gathered with remarkable rapidity. One life has been lost, butitisaim ply miraculous that the other victims escaped with, comparatively speaking, little injury. It was found necessary to send Master Sidney S. Parker to the Adelaide Hospital, where lie expired on Sunday evening, but the others, were attended to at Mr. Parker's house. The facts of the case seem to indicate that the explosion was due to carlessness. Master Sidney Parker and Master F. Johnson had been mixing...
AN INQUEST OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
AN INQUEST OPENED. On Monday afternoon Mr. G. H. Ayliffe^ the acting-city coroner, opened the inque^t'ofr the body, of Sidney Skewes Parker, who died. at the hospital on Sunday evening a^Jfcae result of- injuries sustained through' the explosion which took place on the premises of his father, -Mr. J. Parker, chemi?t, of TC'innr WilJiom_cf.ro/af ? rxn ftn+.iiwla.ir avoinnn1 Six jurymen were sworn in and Mr. M. Pepper, was chosen foreman. After viewing £b- J?ody ;|he. juiy ^assembled t jnrlihe^njfc pafierite''idejpar~tment. ' The Coroner 'explained that the principal witnesses were too ill to attend that day and . that only formal evidence would be taken. Henry Joseph Hill, secretary to J. Hill and Co., said he identified the body as that of his brother-in-law, Sidney Skewes Parker, who was nearly 10 years of age, and was' a son of Mr. Joseph Parker.' Gerald ' Mead' Ebbs, police-constable, said at about 8 o'clock on Saturday evening he was on duty in a street off Wright-street when he...
FORTHCOMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
FORTHCOMING SHOWS. October 16.— Terowie Agricultural and Horticul tural Society's Show. October 16.— Wooroora Agricultural Society's Show. October 25. — Strathalbyn Agricultural and Horti cultural Society's Show. November 11.— Oukaparinga Agricultural, Horti cultural, and Floricultural Society's Show.
THE LATE CAPTAIN HELLON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE LATE CAPTAIN HELLON. Our shipping reporter writes: — 'The late Captain Stephen liellou was a singular specimen of the old mercantile marine. He first came here in the fifties when he had a barque named the Ellen Lewis, with which he knocked about the intercolonial ports for many years, being twice chartered by Government in the service of the Northern Territory. He had a good friend in the colony who aided him to the command of a barquette in-»*i^ihKR -TiMUBw-iiiiildnV™ iinwfirs thfi masf.pr flBd;imnM«n8e faith, but she was not the success expectedjiud. aftet^jBaVcral^ears in the Indian and Chinij'jeiiS she w^s Ssold and the master ^ut.iiitoan*=^a^ier billet ^Amongst the 'bar nacles' of the coastline service. At one period he was Government Resident at Morgan on the Murray, being afterwards shifted to Wallaroo, where bje made a good Government ofijeer for some time. He was subsequently transferred to Port Victor, where the duties were less onerous, and there he passed away the l...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The few days of hot weather experienced at the end of last week were very trying for the wheat at its present stage, and if it had con tinued the effect on all cereals would have been disastrous. Fortunately a change set in at tbe beginning of the present week, and nice refreshing showers fell at intervals, although, the fall over the areas necdintr the rain most was very light. Some of the crops in the lower north are well advanced, and promise some heavy hay cuts, but it is apparent on travelling through, tbe country that nearly all the hay will bo cut this harvest south of Goyder's line of rainfall. Above the line there will be comparatively little straw, as the growth has been very light, but in the event of favorable weather setting in towards the end of the present month and the beginning of NovemLtr many of the crops will yield good average returns of grain. Splendid rains fell last week in Victoria, the result of which will be the saving of the cereal cro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
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METHODIST UNION. THE ADELAIDE DEMONSTRATION. CONFERENCE ON THE SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
METHODIST UNION. THE ADELAIDE DEMONSTRATION. CONFERENCE ON THE SUBJECT. In order that the question of Methodist union might be freely discussed a Conference open to all Methodist ministers and office bearers was held in tho Pirie-street Wesleyan Church on Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. H. H. Teague (president of the Wesleyan Conference) occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance. A hymn having been sung, followed by prayer offered by the Revs. J. G. Wright and C. Lane, The Chaibman explained that the Rev. W. H. Fitchett (president of the Victoria and Tasmania Conference), in communicating with the secretary of the arrangements committee, kindly offered to meet the members of the f ederal council, in company with the Rev. J. Watsford, and explain to members of the council the work ing of the Methodist union movement in Vic toria. It was thought it would be much better to call a meeting, to be quite open, so that members could freely express their opinions with regard to this ...
"THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
'THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD.' The festival in connection with the South Australian Sunday-school Union in celebration of the jubilee of the institution was continued at the Exhibition Building on Tuesday evening, when the cantata ' The Light of the World' wasgiven by a chorus of 1,500 yoioes. There was a good attendance. The children looked pic turesque, attired aa they were in white with colored ribbons. Previous to the cantata a short programme of sacred music was gone t.hrnuern. consisting of Rp.lpp.h'niiR from tha ' Messiah' and other oratorios. Mr. B. E. Peagam was heard to advantage in the opening vocal number, ' If with all your hearts. Miss Ethel Lohrmann, a young contralto of great promise (who also was one of the soloists in the cantata), sang 'O, rest in the Lord' with great taste and expression, and was made the recipient of floral offerings at its conclusion. Mrs. Johnson James followed with the well known aria,. 'Rejoice greatlj'.' She was in excellent voice, and gave a ca...
SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION FESTIVAL. A BIG PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION FESTIVAL, A BIG PROCESSION. The festival in connection with the Sunday school Union, in celebration of the jubilee of the institution, Avas formally opened by his Excellency the Lieutenant-Govemor on Saturday afternoon, October 5. Fine will be a series of gatherings. Fine weather prevailed, and an immense num ber of children marched to the Jubilee noon was spent in recreation. Soon after 1 o'clock the children of city and suburban schools began to assemble at Victoria-square, where a procession was formed, and by 2 o'clock they had lined each side of the road way, from the northern to the southern boundary of the square. About 6, 000 boys and girls were present, and there was a creditable display of banners and bannerets. The utmost good order prevailed, and the procession was a pretty sight. It was unusually long, as may be judged from the fact that when the leaders had gone half way round the oval and reached the grand stand in the Exhibition Ground Ly way of F...
SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE. THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEFS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE. THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEFS REPORT. ! ' On Tuesday afternoon the Commissioner of Public Works laid on the table of the Assembly a report prepared by the Eugineer-in-Chief on the south-eastern drainage scheme. In the course of his report Mr. Moncrieff writes : — Now that a careful surrey has been made, as I recommended in m}' preliminary report, my view of the situation lias been modified by the discovery of a hitherto unrecognised outlet uirougn wtucu oy means ef a simpler sy6tcm of drainage the flood waters from the higher country cin be intercepted, collected, and discharged without damaging any valuable country as they would by the former scheme, and this at a much lower cost. Au exten sive natural channel which will serve this purpose, but wliich has never been developed follows the eastern side of Baker's Range near the upper edge of the better class couiitrj', continuin(t thence in a north westerly direction to Eeedy Creek, near Tilley's Swamp. This channel ...
METHODIST UNION. Burra, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
METHODIST UNION. Burra, October 7. There was a big demonstration in the Bible Christian Church to-night in favor of Metho dist union. The mayor presided over 4 crowded gathering. The Revs. W. H. Fitchett and J. Watsford, of Melbourne, de livered able addresses supporting the union, and their remarks were frequently applauded. The -Revs. R. S. Casely, D. S. Wylie (Wes leyan Methodist), H. J. Parkinson (Primitive Methodist), and M. Flood (Bible Christian), of the Burra, the Rev. H. Wilkinson (Wes leyan Methodist), of Terowje, arid the Rev. W. F. James (Bible Christian), of Oororoo, were also on the platform. A vote of thanks was accorded the visitors. Special hymns were sung by the Bible Christian choir.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
GAy^Nllii) IRON BEST BRM0S, WINDOW COMPLETE, £1 10s. Including Glass, 12 panea^ or 2 panes as below. Fitted with Sliding Sashes, with Weights mnd Lines complete, Weight, 97 lb. ?6-&itJt; M per Sheet :liSi^ttl^ Net Cash 9-ft. at gJSi 1Q4, WINDOW COMPLETE IGs. Gd. Including Glass. we ggarantjse.ali. our join£j:y fo bo of th« veif BEST WORKMAN. SHIP. With a view ©f assuring intend . ing buyers of the first-class quality of our Goods we undertake to take back any thinjf tuifiatififaetorr and bear the expense. We have given. the weight of each, as they are carried on tb? railways by weight, eo that the cost of carriage toanypartof the country Can be easily ascertained. MANTELPIECES. ENAMELLED WOOD (splendid imitation of Marble, wears as good as Marble), from »©?. SOLID MARBLE, from 20*. €«». Doors. WmcLo^rs, & Joinery Of evcrv EescriiJtion at Lowest Possible Prices. I ? ... IJ Titted with Sambos, hung on Hinges, i complete. Weight, 40 lbi 19 ^^K ??? 'MB wk |^L^^. v^^^^v ^...