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THE NORTH NAIRNE GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

TBE NORTH NA1RNE GOLD MINE. Th' following report has been forward ad to the CoiBE':i*pioT!et of Crovn L'in'Js on the North N?-irue ae!36 by the Inspector of Alines (Mr. D. D. Rose«&rae- :— ' The North Nairne g;-id nsin3 is Ktrsattd sbcit one and a quarter n'liies Dorth west of tfseNairne rail way- station. oxs section N«. 5301, in the hundred of KaBn-aDto3. It- ie held und?r a lease of 21 j F»rti with a right of r/a»chase at £2u per acre. Tfce Etctinn on which fcbe mine is situated )& of fuca s shape th&t it contains' half a n.ile on tbe lice of reef, and the onterop being near the western boundary, witb reef dipping eaetward, gives practically no limit to the length and depth to which the reef can be worked by this company. The main reef strikes north and south, with a dip east&t an angle of 10°. Therearethreecro3sreefs striking south eaet, which junction with the main reef, and at the point of intersection a high grade of stone should be met with Th...

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DROWNING ACCIDENT AT WILMINGTON. Wilmington, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

'DROWNING ACCIDENT AT WIL M1NGTON. Wilmington. March 17. A lad in the employ of Mr. E. McManes, nt ar Wilmington, was drowned this morning in a dam, about one and ah&lf milea from here, while bathing with several other boye, An irqust will be held to morrow.

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THE BANKSHIA MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE BAKKSHIA MINE. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (iion. J. ColeE) Las received the following report, dated March 22, from the Inspector of Mines (llr. D. D. Rosewarne) on tbe B&nksia mine. ' It is situated on section No. 4261, in the hundred of Onkaparinga, and comprises an area of 47 acres, held under a 21 years' lease from January 2, 1888. There are a series of parallel leaders striking nearly east by weat, with a southern dip. Four of these have been opened up by shallow shafts. There is also a large ironstone reef cutting these at right angles, and striking north and south with a dip at a low angle to the east. The stratum is composed of metamorphic and argillaceous rocks with granite. The matrices of the lode are quartz, cellular iron oxide, micaceous iron and iron pyrites, the latter assaying very high for gold. A vertical shaft b&s been sunk 63 feet; at 28 feet it passed through a leader of 10 inches composed of quartz and pyrites ; this was dipping south. T...

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FATAL BURNING ACCIDENT AT PETERSBURG. Petersburg, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

FATAL BURNING ACCIDENT AT PETERSBURG. Petersburg. March 17. At about half-past 6 o'clock last evening, a lit tie girl, the daughter of Mr. Alex Jamieson, feitner, near Petersburg, sustained such £ti ioce injuries from burning aa to result in her death this morning. The ohild, aged 7 years, hati teen left by het aunt alone in the kitchen, atotbemust have leanedover the fire from which hc-r clothes caught alight. She then rushed out into the open air, and was seen to be enveloped in flames. Assistance was rendered by her father and others, who put out the flames, and Dr. Corny n was summoned from Petersburg.^ The injuries, which were confined to tbe upper part ofcihe body,1 were at once seen to he serious, tbe skin peeling off with tbe ck vhf b, and despite every attention the little sufferer died. Great sympathy is felt or the p&i'ents,

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MEETINGS. WEE JIM TIN MINING COMPANY. MOTION TO WIND UP CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

MEETINGS. WEE JIM TIN MINING COMPANY. MOTION TO WIND UP CAKRIED. The adjourned special meeting of the Wee Jim Tin Mining Company, to consider the advisability of placing the company in volun tary liquidation, was held at the office, Gren fell-etreet, on Wednesday afternoon. There was a large attendance of shareholders, and the chairman of directors (Mr. C. H. T. Hart) presided. The Chaibmax stated that the directors had considered the question of winding up the company, and they intended to allow the shareholders to move in the matter. Hs men tioned, however, that four -fifths of the directors were adverse to winding up. They had taken legal advice as to the- Bubject of the distribution of the com pany's assets in caBe of winding up, and the Eon. 3. H. Gordon in giving bis opinion said that the holders of shares paid up to 30s. were entitled to receive out of the assets of the com pany which might remain after payment of its debts the sum of 5s. per share before the share holders ho...

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POISONING CASE AT NACKARA. Petersburg, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

POISONING CASE AT NACK IRA. Petersburg. March 17. A strange event, which has been tbe Cmeral theme of discussion, occurred at Nackara yesterday. Mr. A, Waters, the signalman, was discovered in an un cotBcious state, snd from the appear ance of a bottle found in the room he is sun poted to have taken poison, but whether acci dentally or not has not yet transpired. Waters was at once brought down to Petersburg, where he is being attended to by Dr. Palmer. Bib condition at present is said to be very low.

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BALD HILL AND KINGFISHER CO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

BALD HILL AND KtNGFISSER CO. An extraordinary meeting of the Robe Said Hill and Kingfisher United Silver Mining Company was held at the Exchange Hotel on Wedcesday afternoon. There was a large at tendance of shareholders, and the chairman of directors (Mr. J. H. Howe) presided. Tbe directors in their report stated that every effort had been made to carry out mimog operations in tbe most economic*! manner, but as sinking was very coetly, and as there did not appear to be any possibility of working the mine ata profitj they wished the shareholders to decide whether they should still carry on or not. The amount of cash in hand was £1,346 8s. 03, A Shareholder ashed the chairman if he con sidered himself an expert, to which h9 replied in the negative. After other questions had been answered, a Shareholder asked tvbat was the chairman's opinion of the mine. The Chaibhan said he did not think a great deal of it. A Shareholder — 'Then you have altered your opinion respecting it. You said i...

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THE SEED WHEAT QUESTION. A NEW PROPOSAL. Dawson (via Petersburg), March 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE SEED WHEAT OOESTION. A NEW PROPOSAL. Dawson (via Petersburg). March 16. A large and influential deputation waited on tbe Ooglin District Council, near Dawson, to day and asked that a portion of the £2,OC0 pre sented them by the Government for public roads should be lent to distressed farmers for purchasing seed wheat on (satisfactory security for its return being given. The council re plied favorably, and promised to lay the matter before the ratepayers immediately. A guarantee fond to the council baa been sug gutted. The indigent farmers* whose land is ail ready, are anxiously expecting a small supply of seed wheat, and the matter is to be biorght before the Government at an early date. Petersburg, March 18. Tbe Coglin Council have further considered tbe question of granting money to farmers as a loan for seed wheat, and have informed the deputation that they were unwilling to comply with their wishes in tbe manner suggested. Tbe farmers are indignant, and have con deuned the c...

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MESSES. CALDWELL AND BARTLETT ON THE PENINSULA. Minlaton, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

5IESSRS. CA1DWELL AND BART LETT ON THE PENINSULA. Minlaton. March 19. Messrs.' R, Caldwell and H. Bartlett ad drtieed a large number of their constituents la »t night at the Minlaton Hotel, giving a re cut: e of (he work daring the past session, and explaining their views on federation, education, tbe land question, Chinese restriction, and othpr topics. Both gentlemen were in favor of a land board for tbe Peninsula. Mr. T. Matthews occupied the chair, and a vote of tbanks was passed to the members for their ee i vices.

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ATTEMPTED SHOOTING AT YACKA. Redhill, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

ATTEMPTED SHOOTING AT TACK A. RedhilL March 20. - Henry Harvey, a fanner, of Yacka, was charged before Mr. P. Rowland, at the RMJhill Court to-day, with having shot at Maurice 0. Casey with intent to kill, at Yacka, on Monday, Maroh 18. The evidence went .to show that Harvey met Casey in the street, and drawing ft revolver swore at him, Caff y immediately mounted his horse, when Eacvey fired at nun, the bullet passing oloss to Caif.y. The accused was committed for trial at Gladstone, bail being allowed in two sureties of £25, and himself in £60.

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A CASE AGAINST AN AUDITOR. Minlaton, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

A CASE AGAINST AN AUDITOR. Minlaton, March 20, at. tne Magistrates uourt to day the case of F. X. Baker, clerk of the District Council of Minlaton, against W, F. Campion, the auditor, for refusing to sign a balance-sheet when it was correct, vs6 heard,- The court, after hearing the evidence and the address of Mr. Campion and Mr. Evan, of O'Hallaran & Evan, solicitors, entered a verdict against the defendant for £1 fine and £10 coBts.

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Intercolonial. MOVEMENT TO AID THE NEW SOUTH WALES HOSPITALS. A STRANGE MODE OF PROCEDURE. Sydney, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

Intercolonial. A MOVEMENT TO AID THE NEW SOUTH WALES HOSPITALS. A STRANGE MODE OF PRO CEDURE. Sydney, March 15. For some time past advertisements Lave been appearing in the newspapers, asking for subscriptions and aid generally in connection with a proposed grand national fair In aid of the hospitals throughout New South Wales. Circulars asking for assistance towards the fair have also been sent through New South Wales and the other colonies. The circulars stated that .Lord uar ring ton, feir Aitred Stephen, and a number of well known, members of Parliament and influential ladies and gentlemen had become patrons. A few days ago Mr. A Allen, M.P., who takes a great Interest In such matters, received a letter, asking his patronage, which was readily accorded, and a second letter followed fitatiDg that he had been elected chairman of the committee for promoting the fair, and notifying that the first meet ing would be held at a certain date. On tbe day named he proceeded to the offices ...

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MOUNT MORGAN SHARES. [By Telegraph.] Brisbane, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

MOUNT MORGAN SHARES. [By Telegraph.1 Brisbane. March 21. In Brubans to-day between 3,000 and 4,003 Mount Morgan shares were disposed of at £9 5s.; yeBterday the nominal buying price waa £ j 12s. 6d. It is believed the shares will shortly reach £11 or £12. ?

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LARGE FIRE IN SYDNEY. Sydney, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

LARGE FIRE IN SYDNEY. Svdnev. March 1G. A large fire occurred to-night on the premises of Messrs. Gibbs, Shallard, &Co,, inPitt and Castlereagh streets, and is now ragirg fiercely. In all probability the premises will be completely gutted.

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THE NEW ALMA AND VICTORIA MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE KEW ALMA AND VICTORIA. MINE. The reports and balanoe sheet of this mm pa&y for tbe h*'f-yea* ending March 3 last bays been issued in pamphlet form, and will be considered at » general masting oi aiuutt* holders to be held on March 29. The director*' report eUte?^ — 'Tfec com pany's surface plant h»« dnv -og t{je half-year been ruBtjirg-esfctiafactorily ^aj well, and has eontiimed to -armwec the,, expectations formed with respect to its-go^saving capabilities. A Bew and- powerful ^lr compressor has bsen added during . the hilt-pear for aader ground woj^ This will, it is ex pected, Veduce the expense ol raisin? ere. 'Sie water condensing appliances bava teeeo greatly improved,, by wfcsch means a caa £ir-erabVe tpiantity of -water per diem . hw beea saved. In consequence oftae Baring of watsr abave referred to your directors, hare trader consideration the .question of adding further r«cbinery so aa to increase the monthly oat put, md thereby ln&terially add to the p...

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THE JUNCTION MINE. THE SOURCE OF THE DAMAGING INFORMATION. EXTRAORDINARY MANAGERIAL CONDUCT. Broken Hill, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE JUNCTION MINE. THE SOURCE OF THE DAMAGING INFORMATION. EXTRAORDINARY MANAGERIAL CONDUCT. [By our own Reporter. 1 Broken Hill, March 19. Before placing tne public au courar.t «vita ithe authority on which ths statements were pabibbed ft ts-w d&jft ago regarding the iavira of the Barrier Ranges Qooceatming Qaa-. pany'* Works to deal satiafactorilp with the ore raised from the Junction mine, it is nece*sary to relate. Concisely the manner in whioh the mine has *een worked eince the present manager took' charge. - This . information is derived from personal inspections of the mine, and from statements made from time to time by Mr.1 F. Jolly, the manager in question. When Mr. Hebbarrf relinquished his charge various stories were afloat as to the reasons which prompted him to throw np the manage ment of what was then regarded as one of the most important mines on the Barrier field, but tbe reason generally aspspted was that he would not allow himself to be influenced by bis di...

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

The number of living children per family in France is 2'07, which is believed to be a lower average than can be found anywhere else in the world. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEEGHAM'S PILLS i-; .^tfV^fc*. An nnirenally ?*? ^Zf' H JB^W nutted to bo worA JF$s£2-£*Aa ? Guinea a Box for W'GlY^^^*-&'£^ ' Bilious and NerTont MBrif . -- \t#A Disorders such M M*Pf ?*???-'=- VlPl WindondPs,ininthe M 3ft I \v\»A Stomach, Sick Head I^/P&1Pli'M'r V-ixl ache, Giddiness, Ful l—I -Ka.1. JJiW Xj \zA neai «nd 6weUing Id I Dili * fS3I after Meals, Dizzi. 9?1 rll-b^ \Sl negsandDrowsineM, Itm |, ;' ISi Coui Chills, Flnshing* WSa ''/Si of Heat, Loss of Ap. ^Qj\ S2&M petite, Sboitness of VrfKS. y'-airJ Breath, CoEtiveness, . Tk?4'cf--^'- t5^r Scurvy and Blotches ' ^£*f «Sft V?^ on the Skin, Di*. ^^SSfc««^ tested Sleep, Fright. ^H& rol Dreams, aud all ^8^ Kerrons and Tremb ling BeM&tionB, 4c. The firit dOM trill give rdiat _ in twenty ininnies. Breiy enfierer is earnestly...

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THE "FIFE" GAME IN THE LATE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE 'FIFE' GAME IN THE LATE MATCH. The following is the potation in the 'Fife' Came won by Smith after bis new move (26): Blaok men— 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15. White men— 17, 19, 21, 23. 24, 27, 28, 31, 32. Barker to play. 17—13* 23-14 1...17 23-18 25...30 6... 9 10...17 27—23 22...2B 32—27 13—6 21-14 17...22 24-20 30...25 16...18 * This was considered the losing move, but if the play which follows is correct Barker had an easy draw in hand after 30—25, The position is as follows :— Black king-25; men-3, 7, 8, 11, 12. White men— 18, 19, 20, 27, 28, 31. White to play and draw. Barker played 18—14 here, after which there is, we believe, no draw for White, But play 19—15, and can a draw not be forced as under ? 19—15 7...14 11— 15 8...11 1-3... 7 25...21* 18—9 23—19 6—2 19-15 27—23 17...14 15...24 14... 9 11...18 21...17 9—6 28—19 31—26 2— U 15—10 Drawn. * If 25-22, White winB by 31—26, &a Var. L 3— S 2... 6 1—5 22...17 6— 1 2C...22 5— 1 9...14 1— 6 13... 9 9—5(6) 6... 9 5—...

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DRAUGHTS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

DRAUGHTS IN ENGLAND. Game 125. — An analysis of a game between Barker and Smith, by Mr. J, £. Richmond, Marcden. (Fife.) 11— 15 29...25 1-11—15 22...17 23—27 23..J9 8— 11 27—24 15—18 6... 2 9—14 2S...22 6—9 *32...28 27—31 22...17 4— 8 17...13 3- 7 19...16 5— 9 22...17 1— 6 17...14 12-19 S6...23 13—22 3L..26 10—17 24...15 9-13 26...17 9—14 21...14 14—17 30(a)26 2(0)6 26...22 6—10 20...16 13-22 24(c)20* *7-ll 14... 9 11—20 26— 9 15—24 2-23...1S* 10—14 2... 4 £...13 28...19 14—23 9... 6 Drawn. (a) Mr. Barker's favorite line against the 'Fife' opening. (b) In the match between Barker and Martins the latter gentleman invariably played 1—5 at this stage. (c) The only move to draw. Barker played 17—13, and lost to Smith. Var. 1. 10...14 7..-10 1... 6 16— 7 10...17 17—10 28—19 20—16* 15...18 21—14 6...24 11..15 8...11* 23-14 3...17 82— 28 27—24 Draws. Var. 2, a— 17 32—27 18—14 2— 7 20—16 14...21 21...25 25...21 9...14 6... 9 22—17 27—23 14— 7 7—16 13— 6 16...18* 25...30 21...14 14...10 10.....

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

m ? AnctiOTLtf. {SOUTH AUSTRAiJAU OHBOHldUL In crier t& ensue properOloadilcatton K Is neeee* uw tha* S)VBKDSH65eNTCS for tbe Smth. Aut tniSmmTiainmieU _honld reach this Office HOI r.iTKR than 1UDDAT tHUBSDAT. r7'™be* ot insertions should be riven In aB cases. On WEDHE6DAY, March 27, at 10 o'clock a-no. OK THE FARM, UNCOLTSTSfrlELD, HUNDRED OF WILXUSGA VALUABLE IMPRO7ED FARilS. QOQ1? ACRSS SUPERIOR LAND, HWSDBiBS OF WHiTCNGA AND WO&URXA. BY OBDER OF IHE EXECUTRIX. UNDER THE WILL OF THE LATE MR W. MALCOLM, And in consequence of the FamU; having left the District. MALCOLM and CO. are Instructed to sell, as above — Those VALUABLE EET1IOSS. viz. :- Lot 1.— SECTIONS No?. 244H. 263, and 264, KCSDEED of WILIUNGA, containing l,0M acres superior land: good DWELLIXO HOUSE, etables. End outbuildings. All the land ia fenced and tubdivlded. Splendid garden and vineyard in full beating, several tanks and daine. Moet of tbe land is cleared. Held under Credit Agreement Lot2— SECTION...

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