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MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Virginia, September 30. — 'Main shaft sunk 6ft, making- 478 ft. from surface. The lode has been broken up by a 'buck reef the lost few feet. The shaft is now through this and the lode seems making again. Water about same as last report. Pumps working well.' Virginia, October 7.—' Main underlay sunk further 4 ft.; total, 482 ft. from opening. Lode shows IS in. of ore, mostly quartz. Water strong ; country hard blue rock. Quartz shows a little pyrites,' New Milo, October 7.—' Main shaft«-320 ft. east drive extended 9 ft ; total, 70 ft. The lode is im proving, and now shows galena and a little iron. Should get the cross course In 9or 10 ft. more driving-. The intermediate level at 150 ft extended 5 ft.; total, 8 ft, lode 12 in. Have 12 men stopinp in the Milo Extended-lease and breaking fair ore. In Great Eastern Block underlay sunk 8 ft; total, 23 ft. The lode shows 7 in. of fair looking ore, in which free gold is seen in breaking. The west drive fr...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POPULATION OF PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

POPULATION OF PETERSBURG. \ Petersburg, October 7.— A census of the population of the town has 'been taken by the^ town council during the past few days. Tho tottil population is found to be 2,104, or an in crease of nearly 300 during the past two years ? and three months. Adult males number 561 ; females, 478. More than half the population, is found to be under 20 years of age. Houses in the town total 433, and about 20 new build ings are in course of «rection.

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Country News. MINISTERS AT PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

€guntrg ffiitoa MINISTERS AT PETERSBURG. * Petersburg, October 7.— The Premier - (Hon. C. C. Kingston), accompanied by the* Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. P. P. Gillen), visited Petersburg by invitation on'. Friday last. Both Ministers received several deputations, and were driven round the town, the extent of which occasioned considerable surprise. In the evening both Ministers; addressed a crowded meeting in the Town ; Premier spoke first on 'Current politics, 're- ' peating the address given by him in various.: parts of the country. Speaking as he ' did to a large number of railway-! employes, the Premier defended the action of the Government regarding the ' proposed Civil Service reductions. He knew:} that £75 was little enough for any man, but when the large salaries in tho service had been ?' cut down so sweepingly, and whilst outside the' service wages had gone down so considerably, * he.thought even the low salaried men in the ' service should have been prepared to sacrif...

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ANGIPENA GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

ANGIPENA 'GOLDFIKLDS. The following report on the Angipena gold fields has been received by Messrs. Lander, Dungey, & Hughes, of Mount Lyndhurst,' from Mr. Henry Paull, dated Mount Ogilvie, October 2 :— In gixing you my impressions re Angipena gold fields you will be aware tliat rny stay on the field was too short to enable me to write an exhaustive report or niake any proper test of ores from, the mauy different workii:fffi. Under nlinr-* om»nm«Lnnr*«»& T must depend largely on information supplied me.b3' Messrs. Doig and other gentlemen (whose testimony is above suspicion) for results of the various assays. In a valley^weU timbered with gums and pine trees .1. was shown one of the outcrops on the enormous lode or channel of Buriierous ground, and. camped on it for the night, it being -too late -to examine any workings. The large outcrops of iron extend for miles in a direction approaching eastand west, -and the dip is very fast northwastl6. The lode is bounded by c...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. INVESTMENT OF BRITISH CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELBS. Investment of British Capital. The London Economist of August 24, in an article on 'The Development of West Aus tralia,' writes : — 'The Londonderry troubles and the other untoward events which have recently oc curred in connection with various Westralian properties have had little or no influence on the rush of capital to the new goldfields, nor is there any prospect that the tide is about to turn. Within the past week or so com panies tor wording in tue colony nave been registered with an aggregate nomi nal capital of about £2,500,000, and it is notorious that many more ventures of the kind are 'on the «tocks.' In these circumstances it is worth while to see roughly how much capital has so .far been devoted to the exploitation of Westralia. Up -to the end of 1894 about £5,84G,000 had been asked of the British public for mining and exploratory purposes in the colony, and £5,500,000 more was required in the first four mon*hs of the current year, making £1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

BULLION RETURNS. New Reedy Creek Gold Mine,— Run for 12 days of 8 hours : — Ore treated, 148 tons ; smelted gold. 17 oz. 2 dwt. Lake View and Boulder East Gold Mike.— Deposited 580 oz. 18 dwt. from 195 tons ; 10 head stamps running 8 days. Frasek's South (Southern Cross, W.A.).— Wire from mine manager dated October 8 — 'Fraser'suew lode, crushed 354 tons, obtained 233 oz. of gold ; new make of stone, crushed 80 tons, obtained 70 oz. of gold, good quality.' Star of the East (Sebastopol).— Crushed for the fortnight 1,351 tons, yielding 270 oz. 2 dwt. of bar gold. Eleanora Mine.— -Gold, 1C3 oz.; concen trates equal to CO oz.; total estimated gold won, 223 oz. from 498 tons. Thirty -stamps working. Baker's Creek Gold Mike — 502 tons crushed for 415 oz. retort gold ; 402 tons Smith's reef and 160 tons Big reef. Central Broken Hill Mine, week ended October 3. — One furnace ran, treating 204 tons, producing 107 tons, containing 1,981 oz. of silver, averaging 7 '50 oz. of silver an8 40'53 p...

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Ladies' Column. FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

%&h& Column. FASHIONS FOB OCTOBER. Could any general lines be laid down for fashion as represented in our new spring and summer dresses they would be that each indi vidual dress should differ from its neighbor, and that in all styles as much width as possible should be given to the figure, and this in the sleeves aud bottom of the skirts. Sleeves daily become larger, and a huge puff effect is aimed at in the most fashionable shapes, if the putf itsolf be not adopted. With these sleeves we allow fancy to dictate her own terms about thebodices, providingone thing, and that — that they have a full application of trimming. For anything in the way of plain bodices we may not indulge in, do we tako the standard of being clad a la mode. So we assume, if not the ever present, ever-varying collars and capelets, then broad revere, frills, epaulettes and shoulder garnitures. In a word these are apparently very easily compassed, but in fact they are usually luxuries in silk, sat...

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"AUSTRALIAN ZOOLOGY.' [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

'AUSTRALIAN ZOOLOGY.'' A booklet of 120 pages entitled ' Australian Zoology1' has reached us from the publisher, Mr. E. W. Ccle. It claims to be the 'first popular work on the subject ever issued,' and the author, Mr. George Metcalfe, M.A., a publio school teacher in New South Wales, is stated to have devoted several years to its preparation. The flora of Aus tralia has been many times popularly described, out not tne fauna; ana air. aieicaiie nas sougut to fill the hiatus with information which he says has been 'culled from every variety and possible source.' The work, which deals with somo 46 of the best-known quadrupeds, birds, and reptiles of the Australasian group, repre sents the fruit of much research. The author has not only ransacked standard works and the 'proceedings' of scientific bodies, but' he has pa'tieiitly waded through the' back files of leading colonial jour nals, and if 'Australian Zoology' cannot claim the weight of a scientific treatise it will be found intere...

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THE PIRATE TEN: A SALT-WATER ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVIL—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE PIRATE TEN t A SALT-WATER ROMANCE. Br W. CLARK BUSSELL, Author of 'The Golden Hope,' 'A Sea Queen,' 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor,' 'The Frozen Pirate,' 'The Death Ship/' 'The Good Ship Mohock,' && Published by special arrangement with the author. . All rights reserved.] Chapter XXVIL— (Continued.) The commander stood beside the body ol Trollope gazing down at the dead face. He lay sideways. The wound was hidden, and Boldock Baw a handsome gentleman lying in death. ,He lay a very fine figure of a map, and Boldock thought that he at some time in. his life had met him. ' I may recall you some of these days,' mused the commander with the velocity of thought standing for a minute beside the body. 'That you were a gentle man is certain, no doubt an officer iu the army. A base end, an ignoble end ! What did you dp with those qualities with which you might have made a respectable, even a shining figure upon this brief stage? God forgive us all. Why did the Dane kill this ...

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THE STANGER-ARTIST: OR. THROUGH SHADOWLAND. CHAPTER XXXVII.—ONE TAKEN AND THE OTHER LEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THBJ STRANGER-ARTIST : OB. THROUGH SHADOWLAND, By EDITH C. KENYON, Author of 'The Old Violin,' 'The Heroin' of Brookleigh,' ' Jack's Cousin Kato,e &c., &c. {Published by special arrangement with the Author. All rights reserved.] Chapteb XXXVIL— One Taken and the Other Left. ' The farewells dying on my lips Arc living still on thine ;' Tib sunrise on thy glowing peaks, 'Tis sunset upon mine. I leave the banquet-hall of time As thou art coming io ; Take thou my place,* and be thy feast Sweeter than mine has been. 3 quit the battlefield of life, I give my sword to thee ; It is thy father's father's sword. It leads to victory.' — ' Sunset and Sunrise.' F.Il.H. 41 Am I dying, Norah ?' ' They eay so, darling.' Norah, who was looking very pale and anxious, was sitting by Elsie's bedside. The two had quite changed places, for just as Norah was recovering satisfactorily Elsie had taken the fever and was very; ill indeed. As soon as Norah could -walk a little she went to nurse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 11. GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October II. General Remarks. The atmosphere over the Southern Ocean between Tasmania and New Zealand is still in a very dis turbed condition, as shown by the rapid fluctuations in the barometer — the pressure at Bluff having risen nearly f in. during the lost 2* hours, and weather betweeu that point and Hobar. L is certainly stormy. It is still somewhat unsettled and squally along the Vic torian and Tasmanian coRsts, but elsewhere over the whole continent fine weather is reported. The de pression, however, which we noted over tho Bight over the interior of West Australia, and will pro bably cause unsettled, close, and thundc^ conditions in this colony shortly. Forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from Friday afternoon till Saturday night. Issued at 1. 15 p. iu. Over South Austvalio. — For the present fine, hut mostly cloudy and close with north-east and north winds ; conditions, however, are tending to become thundery and unsettled over the colony wi...

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Literature. MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN LIFE. CHAPTER VII.—THE CUSACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

ptmtorc MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF ANGLO- AUSTRALIAN LIFE. By MRS. CAMPBELL PRAED, AuthoresB of 'An Australian Heroine,' 'Policy and Passion,' 'Nadine,' 'Miss Jacobsen's Chance,' 'Arina,' 'The -? Romance of a Station,' and {in conjunction ! with Mr. Justin McCarthy) ' The Eight Honorable,' ' The Ladies' Gallery,' &c, &c. [Published by special arrangement with the author. . . . All rights reserved.} Chapter VII. — The Cosacks. . Mr. Tregasldss and bis wife did not upon their uextday's journeyfall in with Dr. Geneste. He started at daybreak and Tregaskiss two or three hours later! The black boys, in getting up the horses, of course discovered at once their neighbors of the night ; and Clare was not yet awake from a dull sleep when they came back and informed tiieir master. Tregas kiss hurried off to look at the mob of 'fats,' ana lost some time in discussing Dovine matters . and .Leura- gossip with.JMicklethwaitc over a pannikin of tea which had in it more tbau a dash ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'C.B.'— 1. The Seal Rocks, where the Catterthun foundered on August 8, are situate off the coast of New South Wales, about 60 miles north of Newcastle. 2. The trouble in Madagascar ostensibly arose from the annoyance to whicli French settlers were sub jected by the Hovas, but speedily resolved itself into a struggle by the islanders to free their foreign relations from the control of the French, a control which the British Government, in ignorance that it had ever been seriously challenged, gave formal sanction to in the African treaty with France in 18UD. ' D. Kbnxkdv.' Port Wakefleld, complains of the practice, which he says is on the increase, of people exhibiting poultry at shows, the birds not being the property of the exhibitor. He states that he knows for a fact that some birds exhibited at the late Balaclava show were entered in the name of a person who did not own them, and that after the show they wered returned to the person to whom they belonged. He ho...

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Selected Poetry. FORTY YEARS AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

[?] FORTY TEABS AFTER. We climbed to the top of Goat Point Hill, Sweet Kitty, my sweetheart, and I, And watched the moon make stars on the waves And the dim- white Bhips go by, While a throne we made on a rough stone wall. And the king and the queen were we, And I Eat with my arm about Kitty, And she with her arm about me. The water was mad in the moonlight, And the sand like gold where it shone, And our hearts kept time to the music, As we sat in that splendor alone. And Kitty's dear eyes twinkled brightly, And Kitty's brown hair blew eo f rce, While I sat with my arm about Kitty, And she with her arm about ms. Last night we drove in our carriage To the wall at the top of the hill, And though we're forty years older, We're children and sweethearts still ; And we talked again of that moonlight, That danced so mad on the sea. When I sat with my arm about Kitty, And she with her arm about me. * The throne on the wall was still Btanding, But we sat in the carriage last night, ? For a w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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

CONTEXTS. AdvertlMmentB ? J,J,S,8,44,4B,46,47,48 ObintjyNews ? 4—27 Jttrt&B, Marriages, and Deaths .. .. .. 8 Solar and Lunar Calendar ? 8 Vo Correspondents ? 6 leaders.— The Railway Commissioner's Report— She Dean Case— The Balaklava Tragedy .. 8 The Week ? 9 Mining Intelligence ? 10—27 law Courts ? 11—25 Needles ? 11 Telegraphic News ? 12—20 General News ? 14—20 The Parliament .. .. .. .. .. 14—24 Intercolonial ? 22 District Councils ? 28 The Turf ? 29 Coursing ? 31 Cricket .. ... .. ? 31 Football .. ., /. ? '. .. 32 The Ring ? *. ? 32 Shooting ? .' ? ;. 32 Aquatics .. .. i. .; .. .. *. 82 Homing .. .. : ? 32 Athletics ? ? 32 Amusements ? 32 l?oetty ? 33 Literature.— Mrs. Tregnskis (Mrs. Campbell Praed) — The Stranger Artist (Edith O. Kenyon)— The Pirate Ten (W. Clark Eussell)— '' Australian Zoology ? 33-5 Ladies' Column.— Fashions for October— Knicker- bockers v. Skirts— Beautiful Eyes— Gossip — - London Fashions and Frivolities — The House. . 35-7 Sunday Beading.— The Wa...

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THE KRUSE CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE KRUSE CONCERTS. Professor Johann Kruse, the Australian violinist,, who made his first appearance in Adelaide at the Town Hall on Satur day evening, is an. artist of whom his ' compatriots may well feel proud. A native of 'Victoria^ 'he ' gave early promise of exceptional . musical ability, and' now in the full fruition of his splendid powers heAfts i^etlurne^ to the land of, his birth with a . ^j&e^in&^fiable reputation. won in the very - centre of the niusicaf world, A member of the . famouB Joachim Quartet and the recipient of the*itle of -Royal Professor from the German Emperor, Herr Kruse* is deserving of 'the loyal 'support and admiration of all Aus tralians, and the cordial welcome accorded him by a large and enthusiastic audience on Saturday evening should be the precursor of a series of similar demonstrations during his brief stay in this city. Demonstrative as was the applause which greeted Professor Kruse as he stepped on to the platform, it paled into ...

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