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

EDWARDSTOWN RACES. The complimentary meeting to Sir. Tout Jordan attracted a good concourse of specta tors to £dwardstown on Saturday, March 16, and had not the morning been so hot tha attendance would certainly have been muoh larger. There were about 2,000 people present, and the paddocks surrounding the house were filled with conveyances of all descriptions. The Etewards comprised Messrs J. File, W« Blacker, H, Hughes, H. H. Young, J. Deenej-, H. Chambers. T. F. Wigley, O. Kelly, 6. Bennett. A. J. Usher, and E. G, Blacbmore. Mr. Blackler officiated as judge, Mr. Wigley as starter, Mr. H. H. Parr aa clerk of scales and Mr. Dunlevie as hon. sec retary. All these gentlemen worked with ft will to make the meeting a success, and every one present seemed to enter into the spirit ol the occasion * the ^enereldesire being todo honor to a very highly-esteemed old turfite. There w&e no totalizator and tbe books conse quently bad the meeting to themselves. Tha principal event of the ...

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RACES AT MENTONE. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

RACES AT MENTONE. [By Telegraph. 1 Melbourne, March 19. 3318 Mentone races were held today, the weather being fine. There was a good attend ance, Results := AUTUMN HANDICAP. 'Ambassadress (Tntton), 7 at, 9 lb ? 1 Witch of Endor (Morrison), 7 st. 2 lb. ... 2 Eranette(Eob8on),6Bt.71b. ? 3 HANDICAP HURDLES. Partner (King), 10 st. 4 lb ? 1 Bonnie Chester (Gardiner), 11 st. ? 2 Yannathan (W. S. Cox), 9 st. 3 lb: ? 3 SELLING BACK. Mistake (Tutton), 7 et. 41b. ? 1 Little Dick (Morrison,, 7 st. Sib ? 2 Norman (Griffith), 7 st. 2 lb ? 3 MBNTONE HANDICAP, Myvis (Howard), 7 st. 7 lb ? 1 £aoul(Redfearn).7st. 121b ? 2 Southern Cross (Brooks), 6 st. 101b. ... 3 MAIDEN PLATE, Mota (Osborne), 6 st. 4 lb. ? 1 Moorbank (Tutton), 7 st. 4 lb ? 2 SChe Wild Oat (O'Neil), 6 st. 7 lb ? 3 _ SEASIDE HANDICAP. Prattler (Burton). 7 st ? 1 Ambassadress (Tutton), 8 st, 2 lb ? 2 Day Star (Coad), 7 st. 41b ? 3

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THE MILLICENT RACES. [By Telegraph.] Millicent, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE MILLTCENT KACES. {By Telegraph.) Millicent. March 20. The Millicent Racing Club held tneir animal races today. There was a good attendance, and all the events were well contested. The weather was nice and cool, and everything; - paesed off eatisf actorily. The results wen as follows : — Huedles.— Banker, 1; Agent, 2; Pacific, 3,1 Won all the way. Maiden Plate.— Tyro, 1', Irish King, 2; Maid of the Mist, 3. A splendid race ; won on the post by half a nose. Handicap. — Viator, I; Bejrg&nnui, 3J Archduke, 3. Best race of the day ; won bj half a head. Archduke being close up. Flying Handicap.— Agent, 1 ; Collieh Fra« voicb, 2 ; Banker, 3. Bbacelet.— Beggarman, 1; Archduke, 2; Blueskin, 3. A good race, all three being close up, but the rest nowhere.

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

THE ONKAPARINGA RACES. The following handicaps for these rapes, to ba held on Easter Monday, have been declared bg Mr, Henry Hughes : — 1IA5SICAF IIUEBLE RACE. Two miles. Sluggard — — 18 0 Richmond — «. 9 10 Baby „ _ 12 6 Inverarie _ _ 9 10 Banker „ — 11 10 Beggarman_ —98 Snapdragon ..11 7 Royal Blend .97 Eaglet - _ 11 i Simpleton _ „ 9 7 Speculation _ 11 0 BlueaHn _ _ 9 T Bachelor - - 10 IS Wallaby _ -95 Woodbine _ - 10 10 Lawlor _ -96 Young Agent — 10 7 Wee Jim _ _ 9 6 Glengarry _ . 10 4 Deceit _ —93 Protector _ _ 10 2 Mahdi _ .02 Elghovei .. - 10 0 Reporter _ ..9 2 Dreamer .. _ 9 18 Steelbit - - 9 2 Lovelocks - - 9 12 Coral - „ 9 O Viator _ „ 9 12 Iris - _ -90 Din^o — — 9 11 OSKAPAEECGA CETP. One and a half miles. Chetwjnd — .. 8 10 Merry Soul- ..7 3 AJdivalloch- - 8 7 Viator - - 7 3 Affluence — — S 7 Don - — — 7 0 Kicawber — ..S3 Highover _ «, 7 O 'jEneas — ..8 2 Britannia _ _ 6 11 Xareena — — 7 13 1 Beggarman „ — 6 Id Sluggard — _ 7 111 Blueskia _ _ 6 a Bachelor — — 7 12 1 .Rep...

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

NAIRNE RA.CES. The following are the acceptances for the Nairne races, which will take place on Satur day, March 23 :— Bakdicap Huedles — Zockm, Deceiver, Rover, Skylark (Jackson's), Confidence. Maiden Plate.- Zae, Bruise*, Not Much, . Commotion; Deceiver, Emlie, Saunterer* Alfred. Naibse Handicap.— Not Much, My Ideal, Merry Soul, Commotion, Zoe, Simoa Pate, TotnesB, Emlie. Handicap Steeplechase. — Glengarry, Toby, Clifton, Harkaway, Sweep, Alhaaibra, Skylark (Jackson's) Selling Race.— Granula,! Acrobat, Daisy;. Bruiser.

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RACES AT WOLSELEY. [By Telegraph.] Wolseley, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

RACES AT WOLSELEY. [By TeleKiaph.1 Wolseley, March 16, A race meettng was held here yesterday ut Mr. Duffield'a paddock, cIobo to the township. The weather being fine there was a good number of visitors present, snd the racing was fairly good. The management was satisfac tory, and everything passed off successfully. The following are the results :— Maiden Plate — Mr. J. Carrol's Premier, Handicap Hurdles — Mr. J. Hatwell's Helene. Tatiara Handicap— Mr. W, Green's Gossip, Flying Handicap— Mr. Harwell's Victor. Hack Race— Mr. Talti's Beldemona. Pony Race— Mr. J. Mean's Laddie. Hurryeknrry — Mr. Daenk'a Countess.

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

KAPUUDA RACES. The following are the handicaps declared by Mr. H. Hughes for the Kapucda meeting! which is to take ol&ce on April 3 :— BA5DICAF BTDEDI.ES. Two miles. Don Quixote _ 11 7 Nellie _ „ 9 7 Simpleton _ . 10 9 Deceiver _ .97 Sir Joseph .. .. 10 0 Joker „ _ 9 6 Clipper ...88 BAPUKDA HANDICAP. One and three-quarter miles; Micawber _ ..951 Simpleton _ .710 Bachelor - - 8 12 Comet _ _ 7 7 Arrow _ _. S 7 j Luicer _ _ 7 fi Wattle _ _ 8 etSteelbit _ _ 7 0 Native . . —83) Bonnie Doon _ 6 2,0 1UXS1CAP SIREFLBCHASB. Two miles. Bordeaux „ _ 11 7 Sellie _ „ 91J TamaDack _ _ 11 0 Sandown _ _ 9 10 Receipt _ - 10 10 Clipper _ _ 9 J Sweep _ _ 10 7 Daybreak (late Six Joseph _ _ 10 i Richmond - 9 Z Eintore _ _ 10 0 RAILWAY STAKES. Oce mile. Bachelor _ _ 9 0 Comet _ .. 7 10 Arrow _ . _ 8 10 Lancer _ _ 7 9 Don Quixote -87 Steelbit _ _ 7 5 Wattle _ _ 8 7 Clarendon _ _ 7 3 Widgeon _ _ 8 3 Bonnie Uoon _ 7 0 Simpleton _ — 8 0 Lady Eintore —70 Salisbury _ „ 7 10

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THE YORKETOWN RACES. [By Telegraph.] Yorketown, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE YORKETOWN RA.CES. [By Telegraph.] Yorketown, March 18. The Southern Yorke's Peninsula Jockey Club held their annual races here to day. The weather was cool and all that could be desired, and tbe attendance was good. Tne results were aB follows :— Maidens. — Mr. Griffin's Home Rule, 1; Miss Fountain, a. Won easily. Pomes. — Mr. Vonnida'a Moltke. Handicap. — Mr. Nankervis'a Miss Locks lejs, 1; Mr. Calnan'a Agent, 2, Tbotting. — Mr. Davey'a Liphtfoot, 1 ; Mr, Narikervis's M. F. , 2. Publicans' Pobee.— Mr. Ballard's Lady JoceJyo, 1 ; Mr. Mitchell's Renmark, 2 ; Mr. Hewto&'e Lady, 3. Flying Handicap. — X»Ir. Robert'e Beeswing, 1 ; Lady JoceJyn, 2, A fake et&rt was mi.de, fitd the other horses went the full distance before palling up. Beeswing won easily. Hubdles.— Mr. Nankervis's Agent. Only .one horse started. Consolations,— Miss Fountain. A concert and ball in aid of the race club a feeds w&b held in tbe evening ia the Institute Hall, the attendance being go...

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

SPORTING NOTES. Tbe secretary of the Kapundft races informs us that the nomination of H. Jones's Darkie for the Light Stakes waa left outsby mistake, and should be added to the list of entries. A fox-terrier coursing meeting was held at Hilton on Saturday, March 16. The first engage ment was the match for a stake of £10, the best out of nine courses, between Mr. Tonkin's Spot and Mr. Langley's Jack. Spot proved Me superiority over Jack by beating him by five to two courses. An open stake for a tbree euinea medal was also run oS, Spot ae*m showing his cleverness bywinnim?, with Mr. Robertson's Kate runner up. First round — Mr. Robin's Sting beat Mr. B. Hine's Revenge, Mr. McKenzie's Blondin beat Mr. Ewer's Speeler, Mr. Robertson's Kate beat Mr. Ton kin's Mentor, Mr. Sowter's Tipster beat Mr. Ownsworth's Sir Robert, Mr. Langley's Jack beat Mr. Nation's Jockey, Mr. Tonkin's Spot beat Mr, FerriB's Waverley Ales, Mr. Rowe's Stamps beat Mr. Tonkin's Iiochiel. Second round— Blondin beat St...

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THE YARCOWIE RACES. [By Telegraph.] Yarcowie, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE YARCOWIE RACES. [By Telegraph.] Yarcowie, March 8. The annual races came off to-day. The attendance was good, but the weather was Ehowery. Results : — Maidens.— Marridale, 1 ; Wilcannia, 2, Handicap.— Charity, 1 ; Freedom, 2. Publicans' Pubse —Freedom, 1 ; Bagot. 2. Hacks —Charity. Consolation. —Vixion: Scuebt.— Nell.

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THE GOOLWA RACES. [By Telegraph.] Goolwa, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

THE GOOLWA RACES. fBv TeletrraDh.l Goolwa. March 18.° The Goolwa races were held to-day. Tnere wae a Urge attendance, and the weather was cooL There was a good number of entries for each event. Tne Becret&ry was Mr. Murray Ewene, and the starter Mr. O. Botrley. The reBults were : — Maidens, 1 mile. £6 —McDonald's Emily.' 1; Futland's Shamrock, 2; Nos worthy^ Lucy, 3. Hcedleb 1 mile, £8— McDonald's Confi dence, 1; Ghibnall's Kildare, 2; Rust's Midge, 3. A protest waa entered against Confidence. Backs, 1 mile, £5.— Gosran's Daisy, 1; Rust's Midge, 2; Chibnall's Rosy, 3. A, protect was entered against Daisy. Tbot.— Rogera's Dolly, 1; Nosworthy'a Lucy, 2. Faemees' Race, 1 mile, in saddle and dray,* drawing one, £6. — W. Maidoaent'a Duke} 1 ; Maiden's Rocket, 2 ; C. Kerr'a Blossom, 3. Consolation Race, 1 mile, £3.— Putland's Little Shamrock, 1; McNamara'a Miss Sarah, 2. Flutter, 1 mile.— Rust's Midge, 1 ; Chib« nail's Roy, 2 ; Cowan's Midse, 3. Handicap Race, £10.— Cowan's My Ide...

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Horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. The Plamjs. Floweb Garden.— Sow in prepared be^s or in patches in the flower borders any hardy annuals. The following are some of the mott useful:— AZyssum, cacaiia, candytuft, chrysan themum, clarkia, cornflower, godetia, lark spur, linaria, linum, lobelia, mignonette, mimuluB, nastartium, nemophila, pansy, phlox, poppy, saponaria, sweet peas, also wallflowers anddianthus; unless we get good rains these will require regular wateringB. Put in cuttings of any border plants, if growing points can be procured, among others petunias, verbenas, penstemons, antirrhinums, wallflower, dian tlus ; also cuttingB of shrubs, as veronica, spirea, tea roses, fuchsias, salvias, solanum, sparmannia, russellia, Btatice, tamarUk, wei gela, polygala grandis, pimelia, nerium, myrtle, lantana, jasmine, hydrangea, hibiscus enoBtemon, dioema, deutzia, deeringia, cupbea, coprosma, ceanothue, and abntilon ; any of these will strike readily from grow ing Bhoote, always c...

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

The following resolution regarding the Western Land Board, ? passed at a public meeting at Port Lincoln, at which Mr. Oawald. presided, was preeented to the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. J. Colee) on Tuesday morning by Messrs. J. Moule and W. A. Horn, the members f orthedistriot : — ' That this meet ing approves the action of the Land Board for the western district, and have every confidence in their knowledge and judgment to deal with the lards under their jurisdiction in the best possible manner, and trusts the Hon. the Com mieBioner of Crown Lands may be able fully to approve the board's recommendations.' The Commissioner said he would give the matter every attention. Ihe experience of years furnishes the most convincing evidence that thousands of lives are annually saved by the use of Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. . It speedily cures all a&ecsiona of the throat, bronchia! tnbee, and langs, 77aiaelx82

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Poultry. POULTRY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

fkuitrg. POULTRY HINTS. The following experiments have proved in California that fowls can ba cured of croup speedily by the fumes of sulphur. A safe method of administering this is to take four strips of board about 2 feet in length and 6 inches in width ; nail these together so as to foim the sides of a box ; nails boards across the bottom, and this forma a box that will hold earth. Place 3 inches of soil in this box and set it in the poultry-house or stable where the p3ultry nr nthpi* Kirir hirrin avo Tftt« a sfrnnc irnn kettle — one that iB wide and shallow is beat adapted to the purpose — and put in two or three shovelfuls of coals from the stove. Set the kettle in the box of soil and sprinkle on a couple of spoonfuls of sulphur. The fumes will soon penetrate every part of an ordinary sized room and causes the croupy fowls to congh and sneeze, bringing' up mucus and phlegm through the nostrils and month. Re peat this treatment three times daily for three daye. If the room ia sm...

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Sporting News. RACES TO COMB. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

porting ffitinz. RAPES TO 00MB. MAKCH. ?23— Nairne Races. Nominations, March 5 ; weights, Starch IS ; acceptances and general entry, March 20, 27.— if.W. Jockey Club Meeting, Port Plrie. Ac ceptances and general entries, March 20. 29.— Jamestown Jockey Club. Nominations, March 8 ; weights, March 16 ; acceptances, March 22. AFBHi. 3. — Narraccorte Races. 3.— Kapnnda Bace& Nominations, March 15 ; weidhtB, March 19 ; acceptances, March 36. 22.— Laura Races. Nominations, March 12 ; weights, llarch 2e ; acceptances, April 9. 82.— Onkaparinpa Races. Weight;, March 21; acceptances, April 4 ; general entries. April 16. 22— Blinman Races. Mat. 3. — Narracoorte'RjeeB. 4, 9, 1] ? S.AJ.O. Bsces. Nominations, March 12; weights, April 28 ; acceptances, April 16 and April 30. 18, 21, 25.-ARC. Queen's Birthday Meeting. Nominations, March 12 and May 7 ; weights, May 20 and 24 ; acceptances, May 16 and 22. JUSB 6, 7.— BirdBville Races. Sbptbubeb. 2, 7.— S.A.J.C. Races.

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

MONET TO LE5Ji- on M-irt£fice of i Freehold ; small smut oi £1CC end spwift ftt 6 Her cent.: larce some at 6 per «nt. FENN ft HARDY, Solicitcre. j 3&OCx!69o 62, King Wi'lIsra-HTfrt. i ON E V T~O LEND. COTTON & OPIE, I SweocxSa . Adelaide. j MONEY TO LEND at Lowest Ratea. . SHOTTLEWORTH & LEICHFOED, SeowraBo Land Agents, Kine WiHiatc-rt. ONEY TO LJSiSD at Lowest Oxtt rent Eat« on Fteehc.d Security. JOHN WYLES & 00. (Late David Tweedle), Advertiser Chambers, King William-street. LICEKSED LAND BROKERS AND FINANCIAL AGENTS. IBASfSFERB, MORTGAGES. LEASES, and all other Documents under the Real Property Act pre pared. ? 7aTi:6qsE:4q £5 TO £5OO ADVANCED ON BILLS OF SALE, BONDED CERTIFICATES, PERSONAL OR OTHER SECURITY. Repayments by Wetkly Instalments or otherwise. BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY. A SEER & KING, Industrial BaUdingp, King William street. ? 233'23l-s2:J,g:?33 THE SAVINGS BAKK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. KONEY TO LEND on Mortgage of Freefcclde at C perc...

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

The number of births and deaths registered in the General Register Office during the week ended Saturday, March 9, was:— Births— 107 ! males, 91 females; deaths— 43 males, 33 females ; total— 198 births, 74 deaths. Excess of births, 122. In the district of Adelaide there were : — Births— 23 males, 24 females ; deaths — 16 males, 12 females; total— 47 births, ? 27 deaths. Excess of births, 20. f In Nervous Depression ? BSE HOBSFOBD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. ? Dr. D. W. Gwynn, M.R.C.S., and L S.A., ; Neuadd Vach, Pontardulais, South Wales, : sayB — ' I have found it an excellent medicine in depregBed conditions of the nervous system,' t 77aiu81x82 \ Abvici -o Mothbxs !— Are yon broken in yoor net - by a Blok child suffering with the pain ol cutting ; teeth? Go at once to » chemist and gets bottle ot Km. WnssLOw's SoormHa Stbdf. It will relieve the poor sufferer Immediately. It is perfectly harmless acd pleasant to taste ; It produoes natural quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and t...

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BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE, TO THE EDITOB. oir — x crave a smau space in oraer to test tbe feeling of those interested in this property. I unfortunately was induced to invest largely some 12 months ago, when the value of shares was about £10, and went into the venture not eo much with the idea of scrip dealing, but believing that eventually it would be a divi dend-paying company, many more no doubt being in the same position. The South mine has now been working for the last three years, and having carefully read Captain Piper's valuable repoitp, and having also been supplied regular1 y with balance-sheets, &c, from the office in Sydney, I have come to the conclusion that the affaire of the company, both at the mine and in Sydney, have been managed in a way that is simply disgraceful, thus causing the downfall of many men who were financially sound some months ago. And more than that ; the fact of eo much being expected from the property, the revelations of the last few weeks hav...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

TO rHE EDITOB. Sir— In repJy to ' First Stone's' letter of the 13th anent the victim of Selina Cocking. ' First Stone' ie evidently not a father or he would not expound his fallacious sentiments through the public preBS. Let us sae what her victim has done. According to the petition now in course of signature to be presented to the Acting-Governor on behalf of Selina Cook ing, it is quite evident that the unfortu nate orphan girl was seduced by her victim. Granting this poor girl did take a wrong step by taking her own revenge instead of applying through the proper channel — for that a;t she is more to be pitied than blamed; She at that time waB suffering under one of the most bitter stings a woman could possibly endure. Her victim had deceived her in every sense of the word. He promised to make her his lawful wife; she becomes a mother; he abandons her; but before doing so the mean fellow obtains from her a loan of £L, Requiring the money, and meeting him in the street, she asked h...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 21. PROCLAMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thtjbsday, Mabch 21. fboolamatioss. Dedicating Crown lands in the hundreds of Boolounda, Kanyaka, and Palmer, for the purposes of cemetery reserves. Dedicating a reserve in the district council of Mitcham for reoreation purposes. Exempting certain Chinese residents of the Northern Territory from the provisions of the Chineee Immigration Restriction Act. Defining the site of a new town, to be called Uniontown, in the county Rosebery, Northern Territory. APPOINTMENTS. Geo. Sheriff, Esq., to be a member of the board of advice for the school district of Troubridge; James Hugh Tiver, Esq., to the Hallet board ; John Anderson, Esq., Port Lincoln board; and Dr. Samuel Horneck, Wilhuiea board. Mr. Francis Robert William Scott, operator, Port Darwin line, Bixth class, to be operator, Port Darwin line, fifth clasB, from January 1, 1889, vice Giles, deceased. Mr. John Andrew James Besley, operator. Port Darwin line, pro. and tern., to be operator. Port Darwin line, sixth cl...

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