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FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR TANUNDA. Tanunda, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR TAMUJSfDA. Tanunda, March 26. information was received late last night that a fatal accident bad occurred at Siegendorf. M.C. Adamson proceeded to the spot and found August Pech, of near Angaston, dead on the road. He had tbe body removed, and an inqneBt w&b held to-day by Mr. S. von Bertouch. It seems that Pech waa carting grapes to Mr. Seppelt's, and on returning home must have fallen off the waggon while crosBing the ford of the North Para at Siegers dor f. Dr. Addieon certified that the cause of death was dislocation of the neck, the wheel having paeEed over it. A verdict of accidental death was returned. The deceased leaves a wife and five young children. He was well known in the neighborhood.

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Intercolonial. THE NEW BOUDOIR CARS. THE VICTORIAN PREMIER'S REPLY. Melbourne, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

inttxcolonhl THE HEW BOUDOIR CARS. THE VICTORIAN PREMIER'S REPLY. Melbourne. March 21. Mr, Gillies has directed the following reply to be forwarded to the Trades Hall CouEcil on the subject of the purchase of the two boudoir cans from America :— ' With reference to your letter relative to the importation of two additional boudoir carriages for nse on the Melbourne and Adelaide railway-line, the Premier, upon ecquiry of the Railway Commlssionera, finds that -when the line was opened an agreement was made with the South Australian Government that the stock should be provided jointly by both colonies, and should con sist of a certain number of carriages, amongst which were four sleeping cars, and as the South Australian Government had already four of these cars they -were to be taken over as part of the South Aus tralian contribution to the joint stock. It was Butfiequently found that the stock provided was not sufficient, and it was therefore arranged that the original agree ment shou...

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THE PORT AUGUSTA CIRCUIT COURT. Port Augusta, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE PORT AUGCSTA CIRCUIT COURT. Port Augusta, March 22. The Circuit Court was held to-day before bis Honor Judge Boncant, Mr. Dashwood being Crown Prosecutor. George James Briatow pleaded guilty to forging and uttering an order, and waB sentenced to 12 months' hard labor, he being only 17 years cf age. James Willis Hall, lot embezzlement at Oarrieton, pleaded not guilty, and his Honor, addressing the jury, stated that there was no evidence against the accused, and it was their doty to acquit him. Hall was accordingly discharged. Yeo Sue E&se. a Chinese, for the murder at Algebuckina of another celestial, on aooount of the absence of a material witness, was re manded to the next sessions. Henry Richard son was charged with shooting with intent Leonard Woodman, at Port Augusta. Mr. W. V. Smith appeared for the Crown, and Mr. D« hwcod for the prisoner, who pleaded not guilty. The original evidence for the prosecu tion was heard again, and the jury ater being absent for some tim...

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FIRE AT MOONTA. THE GLOBE HOTEL DESTROYED. Moonta, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

FIRE AT MOONTA. THE GLOBE HOTEL DESTROYED. Moonta, March 23, The Globe Hotel, the largest in Moonta, was burnt down this morning. The fire commenced just after S o'clock and totally destroyed the building, only a few articles being saved from thefl&rtes. The fire is supposed to have com menced in the bar, and could have easily been extinguished with water at the first. No lives were lost. A large crowd assembled and did all that was possible to save property. The mine engine with staff was Bent down, and did good work in preventing the fire from spread ing. The property is insured in Adelaide offices. An inquest will probably be held on TueEday, Kadina, March 25. A coronial enquiry into the. cause of the fire which destroyed tbe Globe Hotel, Moonta, on Saturday, was held to day by Mr. EL W. Wilkinson and a jury. All the inmates and lodgers gave evidence, but nothing was elicited as to the origin of ttto fire. It waa clear, however, that the fire started in the bar, and the e...

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Chess and Draughts. CHESS. CENTENNIAL CHESS PROBLEM TOURNEY. PROBLEM No 1,303. Motto—"Dia Apparandum eat Bellum at Vincas Celerius." BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

-£lie0£ anb graugitte. CHESS. OENTEKSIAL CHlfiSS PROBLEM TOURNEY. PROBLEM No, 1,302. Motto—' Din Appuandum eet £e__i_ at VincasOelerius.' BLACK. . . WHITE. , .. White to play and mate ia two moves.

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANNERS AND [?] GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TAJlKEKS ABD PKIiLMOSeKBfi' «O0D2. Bones, £8 4b. ; hoofs and knuckles, £3 ; shank. Donee, from £6 to £9 15s. ; hides, tiest Heavies, is clean condition, Sd , medium 3d. to 3£d., light Sd. to Sid. ; home, up to 288. ; calfeklne, 4d. to 5d. per lb.] kangaroo skids, is- 6d. to 2e. W. pei lu. ; tline, &s. Si. 2e. 7(3., U. lOct.— Maroh 28. REXML PRIBES^ ' KlEAT. Beef, 46. to Gd per ib.', mutton, -ifi. tc ii. pei Ib. ; pork, 4d. to 8d. perlb.; , veal, 4d. to Si. per Ib.; beef sausages, 4d. per lb. ; pork do., Sd. per lb.; lamb ie. 8d. torequaiter, Se. Sd. hindquarter.— KarcL 23. DAIBT BBODCCB. l - i Butter, Ib. id. ;to la. Sd. per Ib. : egge. le. 4d. to le. : 6d.; bacon. Is. cer lb.; lard. lOd. to Ie. per lb.; ; cheese, Is. to le. la. per lb.— Maroh 28. i FRDIT AM) VEeETABLEB. i Beett, id. per bunch.; carrots, 2£d. per bunch; ! cabbage*. 4d. each; celery, 6d. per*heai ; crese, Id. ; per bunch; leehB, 4d. per bunch; lettuce, lid. j each ; onion...

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PROBLEM No. 1,303. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

PROBLEM: No. 1,303. ? BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in three moves.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BUILDING MATERIALS. . [RBTAH. PRICES IN ADELAJBB.' Bed deals, 11 x 3/ 8d to 9d.-;'» x 3, 6d. io'7d. ; 9x4, e|d. to lOd.; 7 x 2}, Id. to 6d.; 7x3, ed. to 6d.; sawing, 4b. per 1C0 super,- or deep cut flooring, 6 x If, 14s. to IBs.; 6 x 1, 13s. to Us. ; }d., flat cnt Jd. iper foot c Tongned .and -grooved :? x 9 g, lla. 6d. to 12b. Cd. : 6 x f, 9a. 6d, to 10s. 6d. per 100 feet. Vatohuoardsi— e x % , 8b. to Oa.; « x J, 7a. 6d. to 8a. 8d.-per 100 feet. Balk timber, Oregon, 2b. 66: to 8s. ; pitch pine, 2s. lOd. to 3b. 3d. ; red gum or Jarrah, 20s. to 303. per 100 feel euper. Singapore cedar, Sjd. to Sd. per foot super. Sydney cedar, Sd. to Is. perfoot super. -? V.D.L. stringybark, 14b to 17a 6d. per 100 feet super. Hobart palings, . G feet 17s. to 20k, 6 feet 21a. to 24s. per 100; Launceston palings,- 5 feet 22s. lo 26s., 6 feel $59 to 28s. per 100. . Redgum posts, £8. log. to £10 per 100 ; jarrah posts, £7 10s. to £9 per ISO. Colonial split . laths, 3 feet- Wa. to l£a., 3J feet 16a.- to 1...

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THE LIEDERTAFEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BS33 THE LIEDERTAFEL. ?^The socials of the Adelaide Liedertafel have bacome Bach favorite gatherings at the German Ulub that they are always sore to attract a large audience of lovers of good music, vooal and instrumental. The gentlemen's social held on Tuesday evening was no exception to the rule, and those who were present were re warded with an excellent entertainment. As usual the Liedertafel contributed a number of their delightful choruses. Some of these, Euch as 'Frisch ganze Com pagnie,' ' Oasian,' 'Das 3_lle abend laaten,' 'Poetenauf der Aim.' and ' Der'Fruhling erwacht' have been given on former occasions, but were none the less enjoyable for that fact, A neir chorus was included in the programme, kaown as 'Der Fruhlirsg bt ein starker held,' and as it was rendered with great taete and expression it met with rapturous approval. Of the solo numbers Mr. M. Marcus's treatment of 'A dream within a dream' was exceedingly good, his clear tenor voice being managed with pleasurabl...

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Country News. (For other Country News see page 13.) RIVERTON, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

©rnxntrg ^to0; ( For other Country Neics see page 13, J RIVERTON, MiBCH 25. On Tuesday evening March 12, Mr, M. - Wood Green -delivered' a lecture on tem perance in connection with the S. A. Alliance in the Bible Christian Church. - The Rev.. W. H. Peters presided, and the attendance was | veiy Bmall —On Sunday, March 17, the anni-^| vereaty of the local Wesley an Church wa3 celebrated. Three Bermons were preached by the Kev. J. Y. Simpson,' of Glenelg-, there being large congregations present at each ser vice. On Monday, March IS, the usual tea meeting was held in the Institute Hall, and was followed -by a public meeting in the church. Mr. Robert Kelly presided, and addresses were delivered ' by Eevs. ? J. Y. Simpson and J. Leggoe. Ex cellent singing w&3 rendered by the cboir curing tne services, JVLr. k,, Southwell beinj; leader, whilat Mies Laura Kelly pre ? Bided at the organ. After the meeting a sup per was held in the Institute *Hall, The pro ceeds, which go to the tru...

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MISS PUTTMANN'S PIANOFORTE RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MISS PUTTMAKK'S PEANOFGRTI EECJTAL A !arga and appreciative audience, priaoi paiiy of iadieB. filled the Victoria Hall oa Wednesday afternoon on the occasion ot t/Lisa Franzirka Ptiitmann giving a. pianoforte re cital. Such an assemblage of the mothers *ad daughters of the leading families was not only a compliment to the clever young performer, but also was an indication of the progress of musical taste in Adelaide, as the programme waa a classical one, and comprised several numbers tbat are included in the list of pieces for the university public examinations ia music. Miss Puttmann. it will be remem bered has matriculated and passed the Mus. Bac. coarse under Professor Ivea, although ths decree has net yet been conferred uoon her. She stands in the front rank as a local musician, end for her age cannot be' excelled az an executant upon the pianoforte. She is therefore doing good service to tha number of youpg players who are being pre pared for the Tj nivereity public examination...

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ROCHESTER, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ROCHESTER; March 25. The anniversary services in connection- with the Bible Christian Chapel, Magpie Creek,* were held on March 20 ana 21. . - A knife and fork tea was held on the Wednesday, to which' a good number sat down, ' In the evening Miss ' Froday, who tias acted as organist and' is about to leave the district, was presented with . a neatly bound album by the members of the ' congrecation. On the following Sunday two sermons were preached by the Rev. F. Bullock, of Kadina, to good congregations. — The' wea ther still beeps very dry. Rain ia badly . wanted, as water and feed are getting scarce on' most farms.

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PROBLEM No 33. By G. Daniels, Victoria Park. BLACK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

: PROBLEM No S3 By G. Oanielo, Victoria Park. ? . .- . . BLACK ? ; 'WHITE. Black to move and draw.

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TUMBY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TUMBY,. Mabch 21. We haye - been enjoying pleasantly cool weather since the ram of March 4, which un fortunately was not heavy enough to start the feed, for which, together with surface water, the country is in great need. . A good -deal of time and labor has to be devoted to travelling the stock to water, which, with the scarcity of feed, is making them fall off in condition. — The first batch of wild dog scalps, caught by E. C, Oswald and J. Wishart, were brought to the Farmers' Association on Saturday and destroyed.— The steamer Jeaaie Darling called at the bay yesterday, and shippedjfc few baga of wheat'; 4s. 7d. per bushel, at the end of the jetty,' has been refused for good clean samples, gross weight.

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CHESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

CHEES NOTES. The Terowie chess tourney was eommanoed on Wednesday, March 20, and great imCeraatia being taken in it locally. Each, playet — i required to play two games with every other competitor. Drawn games count half to each. Practice has been indulged in for tome time, with the result tbat some f'xrtiflwt chess has been shown by some of the players. The first prize is a silver medal, the seoond a set of - chessmen and board, and the third & set of chessmen. There is also to be a fonrJ-i prize presented by Mr. H. A. Date. The d_wffic» tion of the playera is as follows, the *wnm?i«.p. ping ranging from Knight to Qoaan and Knight (!):— First class, J. M. Bslchar; second class, B. J. Nettle; third «-_a, K. McMiohael; fourth class, J. C. Blsecb-toce, H. S. Bleech more, L. Laminar, C. 3, Holmes, F. Matthews; fifth class, A. W. Read, E. J. Rumball; sixth cIms, T. E. Hall, E. Hoski-g. The score to data is as follows :— Wan, Lost. Belcher ? 4 0 Nettle ? 0 1 ttMcMiehael ? 11 J. C...

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DRAUGHTS. {Attention la particularly directed to the followln? rii'cs : — All correspondence in this department to be marked 'Draughts.' Correspondents in eendng games ior publication to write on one side o! the paper only, to use the ordinary draughts notation, «Bd to give the moves of Black and White consecu tively, as in the games below, where Black's moves are indicated by a dash and White's by dots between the numbers. Solutions to accompany all problems.]

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Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

JMmt0£mmt0. THEATRE ROYAL. , Mr. Wybert Reeve, as resident manager of tee Theatre Royal, has during the last two years been an absentee from the stage, but on Saturday evening he made his reappearance on the boards, to inaugurate a abort season of comedy, aided by a capable company. Mr. Reeve is admittedly one of the beist high comedy comedians tbat has even appsared in Australia, besides having a special line of character, euch as Fosco, in which be stands unrivalled. His reappearance before the footlights must therefore be ree&zded as a favorable circumstance for of some of the best of tbe old comedies and the humor of some of tbe new ones. Judging by a capital house on Saturday and the ovation which Mr. Reeve received on his entrance the comedy seaeon should prove a successful one. Good comedy like good wine needs no bush, but like the juice ot the grape the elements of comedy must suffer from immaturity, and this was tbe drawback to the performance of Satur day. The ente...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

? Medical, ? I ( STEEDMANS S001HING POWOtRS ' Por Children Cutting Teeth j CAUTIOX TO PURCHASERS. The value of this well-known Family Medicine , hae been largely tested in all pares of the world and by all grades of Society for upwards of F(FTT ' IEARS. Its well-earned extensive sale his induced SPDKI0U8 IMITATIONS, eome of which in OUT- | WARD APPEABANCE 80 elosaiy resemble the . original as to have deceivrd many purchisers. The - proprietor therefore feels it due to the pu»lic to ejve a, special caution against the use of SUCH I Mil A- I SIOKS. . | x Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to observe the Jour following dieriueuve characteristic, V tthout which none ate genuine :— 1st. — In every ease the words Jons Stsedmax, OsBinsT, Walwoeth. Surrey, are encraved on tne Government Stamp affixed to Each Packkt. 2nd.— Each Single Powder has directions for the dose, and the words John Steedinan, Chemist, Wai- : rorth, Surrey, printed thereon. Sid.— The word Steedman 1b alsrajs ...

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B BATTERY CARBINE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

B Baiiery CA_Brira Clus. The carbine olub in connection with B Battery Militia Garrison Artillery held their quarterly : prize meeting on Saturday, March 16, at the Port rifle range. This being the fiaal match of the club on account of the division of the bttttry there waa agood attendance of members. Ths distances were 200 yards, 300 yards, 400 yards, and 500 yards, five s^ots at each distance. Appended are the scores of prize winners : — Yards— 200 SCO 400 SOCEdop.TH Sergt. -Major Hadaway 14 13 16 18 15 74 'Corporal Daniels u 12 IS 16 1- 18 70 ^Bombardier Duncan 15 9 14 IS 17 6S ^Gunner Wright _ 14 6 14 6 20 60 Gunner Mclnness .. 10 13 11 6 &J 69 *Sergt.-Major Le Leu 11 li 15 17 scr. 6S -'Gunner Bowes _ )4 10 7 6 20 67 Corporal ecrivea _ 15 11 li 14 scr. 6S Gunner Kevern 7 13 9 6 20 55 'Bombardier Bampton 11 3 8 15 16 54 , 'Meaibara of O Battery, K.3.A A snatch between F Company (Norwood), 2nd Battalion S.A. Militia, and Southern Suburban Gompaoy, V.F., waa fired on Satar ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

? Shipping. ? ^.Ja m HE P. A O. S. K. KffT^^- X COMPANY, tinder contract with HbST the Imperial, Sew South Wales, Ylo H'taa, Mid Strath Australian Governments, will dtt« V**ah tits following eteamers for : LONDON, calling at *I3iKT. COLOMBO, ADEN. BRTNDISI, MALTA, WBBALTAB, and PLYMOUTH:— ? Steament Tons. Gommandef. j^detaiS. BRITANKIn, 1 6267JG. K. Hectoi _ JApril 8 nikT.T.HBtT _ 4748JE. Ashdown —April 82 VICTORIA _!6268p.F. Gates -May 6 PARRANATTA - ' *77 1 JR. O. Murray - May SO KASSILIA - ' 49 1 Sis. D. Shallard . . June S OCEAN A _ _'e362;P S Tamlln — 'June 17 CftRTBAGK ..' 5013 IE. G. Stead -July 1 Faeaengen by the Britannia can leave Adelaide on Monday/ April 8, by any train for Large Bay not later than the special from North-terrace at 8.88 p.m. Ter convenience ot Passengers this Train will ran down Large Viet. Cargo and Parcels received np to moon ot Satmda?, 6th ins*. ? ^^ BAIES OB1 PASSAGE MONET J— to London In first Saloon - £60 to £71. Da. do. Second do. - £30 to £87. B...

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