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THE CASE OF SELINA COCKING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
THE CASE OF SELENA CO 3KING. 10 THB EDITOB, Sir — While public sympathy is so strong as regards Selina Cocking does anyone give a thought of her victim, who for the last five weekB has been in a very precarious state ? Blood-poisoning wbb caused by the absorption of the acid, and but for medical skill he would nave been beyond the slurs of the public, who take it for granted that he is the father of the child. I think it would be more charitable to do something for that innocent one than to blame him who has already suffered enough. I should be very glad to hear of the girl's sen tence being shortened, but I think it would be as well if the c&ee was viewed from both sides, and let him who is without sin cast THE FIRST STONE.
The Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. AUSTRALIAN WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. AUSTRALIAN WOOL SALES. A very important and interesting change is year by year taking place in the method of disposing of Australian wool. In tbe early days of colonial life settlers were content to devote them selves almost entirely to the work of pro ducing raw material for export, and to leave it to the inhabitants of older countries to transact the principal part of their commerce, to undertake almost all the manufactures required in a new country, and even to carry out the more important functions of government. Slowly but surely a complete change has taken place in these respects, while tbe Australian colonies have been increasing rapidly in population, In wealth, and in productive power. Fcr a long time pub the principal pro vinces have governed themselves ; almost every week some new manufacture is started or come old-established one is fnrC&er developed ; - and banking and commercial Institutions which have their head offices In Australia i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
Special Advertisement!. HIGHLY NUTRITIVE. Coeoa MAY BE OBTAINED IN LABELLED TINS OR PACKETS THROUGHOUT THE COLONY. xl36-7l73 WTT.Ti FORMS, Is. each; post age, Id. HIEK AGREEMENT FORMS, 6d. eaoh, or 3a. 6d. ? per doz.; postage. Id. each. BILL OF SALE FORMS, 6i. each, or 39. 6d. per doz.; postage; Id. eaoh. The above forma oan be obtained at the ADVERTISER GENERAL PEINTINO OFFICE, OtfF WAYMOOTH-STREETi AU Mods of COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL PRINTING Executed on the shortest notioe and at lowest charges. L74uaizox75o
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
TO THE EDITOB. Sir— Your own views, those of Dr; Allan Campbell, and most others on our defence necessities partake of various phases, but principally of the one phase, namely, the almost universal sentimental notion of man's duty to maintain national prestige, as superior to bis duty to himself, to those to whom he belopgB, and also as superior (by implication) to his dutv to his Croat nr. Nnf-.nrifchofoinrtino' this largely prevalent idea as regards man's fighting duties, offensively and defensively, there are still two sides to the question, and this particular one, shorn of its ignorant and diabolical sentiment (although the same has been sustained by the most brilliant minds of the past ages and of the present age), stands upright, a spectre of infamous injustice to tbe masses— a dictatorial demand to men by an assumed ot licensed power of men to offer up themselves as sacrifices at the shrine of pro perty on behalf of the rights of property. As a believer in natural defence an...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS General Post-Office, Adelaide, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
PORTAIi ARRAKORn/TRWra. General Pout-Office. Adelaide, March 23, Mails will be dispatched as under:— Great Britain, &o., via Suez, per B.M.S. Valetta, March 25 ] letters, 1(16 p.m. t news papers, 12.15 p.m.; late letters, 2.16 p.m. Via Marseilles, per Yarra, March 30, 2.30 p.m. Via Colombo, &-s., per Nnrnberg, April S. Via Torres Straits, pei Viotorian, April 13, 12.45 p.m. Via San Franoiaoo, per ex press, April 15, 2 p.m. Mauritius, Reunion, Mahe, Seychelles, South Africa, &o., per Yarra, March 30, 2.30 p.m. Viotoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, overland daily (except Saturdays), 2/80 p.m. ; late letters. 3 p.m. Per Adelaide, thiB day, 12.45 p.m. ; late letterai L10 p.m. West Australia, per R.M.S. Valetta, March 25. 1.15 p.m. Northern Territory, overland via Sydney, thence per first opportunity, March 26, 2.30 p.m. a . *i New Zealand, overland™ via Melbourne, March 25, 2.30 p.m. New Caledonia, overland via Sydmy, March 28, 2.S0 p.m. South Sea Isla...
OUR DEFENCE FORCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
OUR DEFENCE FORCE. TO THE EDITOB. Europe is a vast military oamp, strewn with iaflitn mable material?, and no one can prediot when, wbere, or how the conflagration may break forth.— AdueT' tiser, Febiuary 9, 18S9. Sir — The above is simply a reminder, such as nearly every one is the better for now and then. Still, its truth will not ba disputed by even the most peaceat anyprice individual in the colony, and even those who hold that our defenceleeaneesis our best defence cannot well be more active in arcasterly policy of inaction than that obtaining with those whose duty it is to see that our defences are of such strength as to obviate the feeling that were an attack made upon us we should be constrained to instant submission and peace offerings. In these days of free aud rapid communica tion tbe weak spota in an enemy's defence are generally better known to the invader than to those who are attacked. Those who watch your hand over your shoulder can see the errors in the game clearer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
.AUTUMN AND XTTINTER REASON, j FIRST SHOW DAT— TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1889. ?p\ONALDSON, ANDREWS, &nHARL!ND, IMPORTERS AND WAREHOUSEMEN, W1U mate a GRAND DISPLAY OF NEW SEASON'S GOODS on the above and following diys. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. LABIES' HATS.— They would specially draw your attention to these for Variety and Novelty In Chip, Chip Combinations, Double Brims, S-c. straw Hats and Bonnets in newest colors, Children's Liberty Caps, MILUKEBY BONNETS AND HATS. PARISIAN* AND ENaUSH (Specially 8eleoted by their London and Paris Buyers).— These goods for Delioacy ot Tint and Perfeot Combination ot Colors plaoe them far beyond the reach of any retail establishment in the Southern Hemisphere. WINGS. FEATHERS, AIGRETTES, &c., for Evening Wear in Endless Variety. DRESS DEPARTMENT. Most extensive purchases have been made of all descriptions ot Autumn Goods, ambrMlng every Novelty in Stripes, BorderingB, &c, in all the Newest Tints. Never before has such a large and var...
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — I and eeveral others were very much surprised on reading the report of the annual eesEion of the Grand Lodge of the above society in last Friday's Advertiser. The report says — 'The funds of the Grand Lodge amount to £5,934,' but omits to say how the money is placed, whether in the banks or out on inte refit. The riee in the grand secretary's salary from £100 to £150 is also carefully left our. I would like to know how this increase of salary is to be paid. 1 'i-,;-e not from the funds sub scribed to meet the death claims. I am aware that the Grand Lodge officers' salaries and the expenses of the representatives from the sub ordinate lodges attending the Grand Lodge sessions aie paid from the Grand Lodge inci dental fund, which is raised by levies on each financial member of the subordinate lodges throughout ths colony belonging to the Grand Lodge. By the report the levy is 6d, per adult member and 2d. per juvenile member per qu...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [We cannot undertake to publish all unobjection able letters which reach us. The number la so large that we can only ptint ? selection. Those wbiab reach us earliest have of coarse the first considera tion. This mast be accepted as the explanation of the non-appearance of letters.) 'Sked Wheat.' — You had better write to tbe holders of tbe fond. - S.T., BiuiEbere —1. A mortgagee is not bound to give notice when Che interest is due. 2. Ivor is be compelled to send in a claim when the principal is due. S. A mortgagee or his agent can sne for principal and interest under the circumstances you mention, without giving notice. 'Sobsobibkb,' Milan? — We have no means of supplying the information without searching through our files, and that we oannot under take to do, *'J,J.T,'Kapunda— L The lowest coat at which a will can be proved 13 about £5 5s. 2. Employ a solicitor who files coj y of will and affidavits in the Supreme Court. 3 The will can be' proved et any tinif. '...
THE KANGAROO SKIN TRADE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
THE KAKGAROO SKIN TRAt)^. TO XHE EDITOB. Sir— Kefemng to an article that appeared in the columns of the Advertiser of the 15th ins!., headed ' Preservation of the Kangaroo Skin Trade,' I *m very pleased to see that at last there is a chance that this question will be treated with the importance that it so -much cents. If ihe present system of wholesale daughter of both young and old is allowed to coiitinue much longer the result will be cotrpltte. extermination of the species -in ibis colony at any rate. Kangaroo tbooting and trapping has beeu a preat boon to a large number ©i tbe t»orkicg classes and others in the country ruritg tbe period of depression that the coV.nj has just passed through, with the rs Hilt ibat the nzMeupial i* simaat orcy.letely t'tjtv. 5 t-i «u the wttUJ districts, asi iisn gMce i.valers &.\v U- ix-.nke a iiving are co:a I relied to take long tripa into the back country, and in the wast, above Fowler's Biy ; hftVfe eveD t° purchase camels and cart wat...
CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
CONTENTS. Advertisements _ _ 1-2-4- 16-19-20-53-21 Shipping 19 ewa ____ _ _ 2 Gommerolal ______ 3 Correspondence _____ 3—19 Law Courts __..__ 3—12 Solar and Lunar Calendar — _ _ _ 4 Births, Marriages, and Deaths _ _ _ 4 To Correspondents _ — _ — _ 4 Leader.— Australian Wool Sales — .. _ 4 Original Articles.— Seed Wheat for Farmers— Ohlld Abandonment in Sydney — The Australian Wheat Supply— New Zealand— The Australian KaHves .1 _ _ _ _ ~ .. 5 wjiyiny intelligence ^ . ^ « 5—21 Hail New?.— Our Anglo Colonial Letter-London Xable Talk— Californian Letter— The HyBtery of the Crown Prince ol AuBtria— ColUsien in the British Channel— English Commercial News _ 6 General News.— St. Patrick's Diy— The Samoan Trouble— The School of Mines— Trades and Labor Council— Recbabites— The On-tunsation of Labor— The Orozet Islands— Central Board of Health— Presbytery ol Adelaide— Ohurch In telligence — Northern Licensing Bench — Annual Competition of A Battery, be., Ac. .. 8—21 Telegraphloliewa _ _ _ _ 9...
LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR.—MARCH. 1889. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
LUN&B AHD BOIAB OAnNDAK.--UA.R0H. 1S89. pura or tss Hon. New Hoon _ - - 2nd day. Th. 16m, a.m. Fkat Ouartei — — 10th *?*? 3h- lim- a-m- J-auKMn - - - 17th day. Oh. 2m. p.m. bMQnuter- - - 24lh day. 4h. Cm. p.m. KewMowT- .. - 8lrt day. Bh. 51m. p.m. iv.™ n*fm ®an ^un Moon Hoon '?J* '?'? rises, sate. rises, seta. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Friday _ _ 1 6.48 6.36 4.42 6 29 Saturday _ 9 5 60 6.35 5 46 7.4 Sunday. - S 5.51 6.SS 6.48 7.37 Monday _ ? 5.62 6 32 7.49 8.8 Tuesday _ S 5.62 6.S1 8-48 8,33 Wednesday _ 0 6 53 fi.89 9.48 9 9 ffhnrsday .. 7 6.54 6.28 10 42 9.42 Friday _ _ 8 6.65 6.27 11.88 10.17 Satmday . 9 5.56 6.25 p.m. 10.65 Sunday- _ 10 5.57 6.24 1.28 11.36 Monday . 11 6i5S 628 8.21 a.m. Euesday .. IS 5.68 6.2S 3.11 0.24 Wednesday _ U 6.59 6.80 3.66 1.16 'Thursday _ 14 6.0 6.19 4 39 2.13 Friday _ _ 16 6.1 6.17 6.18 312 Saturday _ 16 6.2 616 6 55 4 14 Sunday. _ 17 6.3 6.14 6-29 6.18 Monday. _ 16 6.4 6.13 7.3 6,53 Tuesday _ 19 6.5 6.U 7.38 723 Wednesday ..20 6.5 610 814 8.35 Thur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM A VETERAN. As this is Jubilee year it tends to make ore look back and think of tns flight of tame, and. inthis wa/ 1 am reminded that I am one of the veterans in the sale of your valuable and suc cessful medicine. I have sold it from the very first, and have sent it into every county in England and many parts of Scotland. Well do I remember the first circular you sent out some nine or ten years ago. You had come to England from America to introduce Slofhec Seigel'a Curative Syrup, and I waffBtruck by a paragraph in which you used these words :— 'Being a stranger in a strange land, I do not wish the people to feel that I want to take the least advantage over them. Ifeel thai I nave a remedy that will cure disease, and I nave so much confidence in it that I authorise my agents to refund the money if people should Bay that they have not benefited by itstise,' :- I felt at once that you would never say that unless the medicine had merit, and I applied for the ...
DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
DUDLEY. March 16. —Present— All except Or. D. O. Thomas. Crown Lands Office wrote stating that the Government had granted the council £200, and that £100 has been paid to the council's credit. Mr. W. Howard SBked permission to sink a well on the chain road between sections 30S and 307 ; grafted. Tender accepted — Erecting council chamber, E. Potters, £139 53. Re ceipts, £6 10s. Board of Health —Present— All except Cr. Thomas. Central Board wrote stating that there would be no objection to the same person acting sb inspector and secretary. Mr. E. S. 33atea to remove carcase of dead animal from fcifi property, section 108k. Mr. J. H. Trethe wey appointed inspector.
CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
' ?' ?' CRYSTAL BROOK. march 13.— PreBent— All exoepting^Cra. Butler and Fitzgerald. Balance-sheet for past half-year received and read. Engineer in Chief wrote asking permission to remove water Tripes from bridge at Oockey's crossing ; clerk, reported he had on authority of the chairman given the required permission. Crown Lands Office advised having paid to council's credit £500 for main road construction. Mr. O. Parker was granted permission to grub some 20 trees off road in hundred Pine. Complaints having been made of burrs growing on the reserves, ranger instructed in all such sases get burrs cut and destroyed. Crs. Binney and Turner reported they had inspected the land proposed to be exchanged with Mr. Hamlyn, and con cluded the proposed exchange would be advan tageous to the council ; matter to be held over pending inspection of the land by the whole of the council. Tenders accepted — Con tract 23, A. Ayliffe, £4 10b. per chain; 23, T. Bowen, £4 10a. per caain; 24, Jas. Tonki...
DALKEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
DALKEY. Marchl6.— Present— Crs. T. Bartlett (chaw). G. Reid, and Allan Youne. Government wrote stating that four reserves had been placed under council's oontrol : as there wara other reserves in district, clerk to ask toat they also be placed under control of coun cil. Dog fees fixed at 5a. for ensuing year. The Nine-mile to be grubbed the whale lengta. Teaders accepted :— £or main roa3, contract 4, J. P. McOann, screened rubbling, £3Il0s. per chain ; 6-, J. J?.JMcCann, screened rubbliag, £3 5b. per chain. Receipts. £9 16b. Ud. Pay merits— General, £14 ; and main roads, £1 10a.
GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
GRACE. March 16.— Present— Crs. R. Butler (chair), !T. Irish, W. H. Franks, and H. Jarmyn. Commissioner Grown Lands wrote informing conncil that Mr. Hargraves would have sole charge of the works of repairs at Redbanks bcidge, and that the work would be proceeded with immediately. Clerk to revise assessment. Tenders accepted :— For district road — Con- tract 197, Bailey and Criton, £2 13s. per chain. For main roads — Contract 8, J. Schneider, £49 19a ; 9, £4 2s. 6d., Bailey and ?Criton. Works ordered on main roada — 200 yards of maintenance and 7 chains of metal ling. Payments— General, £14- 18s.
ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 23 March 1889
ENCOUNTER BAY. Maich 9.— Present— All but Cr. Thompson. Tenders accepted — Culvert at eec. 518, T. K Henderson, £6 9s.; main road construction at Inman Valley, F. A. Haynes, £2 10a. per chain. Sam Cook to go on the main roads as daymen. Hon. Alex. Hay allowed to erect a gate on road at section 18, hundred Encounter Bay. Robert Nettle to construct culvert and watertable at Nettle's Hiil. Commissioner of Crown Lands wrote respecting repairs to Inican-'bridge.