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FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. Lucindale, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. Lucindale. October 15. A sad fatal gun accident occurred here yes terday, by which Frank Nosworthy, 'the youngest son of Mr. Nosworthy. of Conmurra, lost his life. Great sympathy is expressed for the parents, as the young fellow was a great favorite around the district It appears that Nosworthy was shooting close to the house and it is surmised that in going through a fence he pulled the gun after him, the full contents goimr through his stomach and out at his side. Dr. McMillan, of Narracoorte, attended tbe sufferer. The coal production of the world last vear amounted in weight to 553,700,000 tons. ' j

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Young People. HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

[?] HOPE. Like the hand in the darkness we treasure Which guides our lost footsteps aright, So hone comes in Fortune's displeasure, And leads us anew to the right.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAGMENTS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FRAGMENTS OF THOUGHT. Who is a true man ? He who does the truth and never holds a principle on which he is nob prepared in any hour to act and in any hour to risk the consequences of holding it.— Carlyle. In our outward occupations let us be more occupied with God than with all else. To do them well we must do them in His presence and for His sake. At the sight of the majesty of God calmness and serenity should possess the souL A word from the Lord stilled the raging of the sea, and a glance from Him to us and from ns to Him should still do the same in our daily life. — Fenelou.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

I Ayer's Sarsapariila ! ? ^^BjfejiftLg^'^'--'^-' 'ig.'^-v -***4&l^ IS THC GREAT \^^^S^^^ BLOOD-PURIFIER j ?Z^WV^^^^^ NERVE-TONIC ]' ; j ^^^^^ff Strength-Biiifder. j ! - ^^^fe^^« lillP^lE^i) It; stacks and breaks up «very I \ ! !- C ~~3^8Mig3Bm i liSBll^^gS*7 humor, cures skin eruptions, and j i A *'? ^aBESmB yWwMg^ \^ restores exhausted vitality. Suf- S-. - V^ii«3P^JlIP^'\ ^J xerers from indigestion, general A't ^ * I ^-«^ (s-ipsJ^5^^ debility, or any other ailment j , i, , . , ~1' , arising from impure blood, should -!- take Ayer's Sarsapariiia. It builds up the system generally, makes \ food nourishing, sleep refreshing, and life enjoyable. V AVP^5^ i&l| |G SUGAR-COATED. f%¥£l\9 r^BU.iS PURELY VEGETABLE. CURE SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA, j 1 1 As » Purgative, Ayer'a Pills are the Best in the World. \ \ ( ) Highest Awards to Ayer's Sarsaparilla aod Pills, Chicago Exposition, 1S93. - ! !;^Prepared toy Cr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. \...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

WLiimh ^mxiBx. Confidence Mjkpt.aced. 'Now, doctor, tell me, without fear, what you think is the matter with my husband ?' 'Wei], I'm rather puzzled. Does your hus band drink?' 'Drink! Why, no doctor. I'm sure he doesn't drink, because he's always so thirsty ia the morning.' He loved her dearly. He was too bashful to tell her, so he wrote *ht»r an anonymous letter and told his love. Miss Trill— 'i love to hear the birds sing.' Jack Downright {warmly)-— ' So tlo L They never attempt a piece beyond their ability.' 'Do you think she loves him?' 'Des- perately.'' 'Why desperately?' 'Because he is her last chance. ' Fond Parent — ' I wish, Bobby, that I could be a little boy again.' Bobby— 'I wish you could— littler than me.' He — 'It makes me a better man every time [ Idas you, darling.' She— 'Oil, my Harold ! How good you must be now.' She ( fondly)— ' Do you care for me as much as ? ' He (wildly)— 'Who— who V She (whispering)—' As much as ever ?' Excited Politician— 'A genuine patriot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

Are a Sovereign Bemedy for Bruises, Sums, Cancer, Cuts, Eczema, [?] Eruptions, Eyes Inflamed, Fistula, Gangrene, Pimples, files, Scorbutic Complaints, Skin Diseases Ulcerated Legs & Wounds of every description. Price Is. lid., 2s. DcL/Ms., 22s. each. Bole Proprietor*,

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THE GREAT DEHORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE GREAT DEEORNER. The question of dehorning cattle has been attracting a great deal of attention lately among our live stock shippers and r-astoralist6. Our illustration gives a very accurate idea of the dehorner. The handles form two levers, which Rive great power to the operator to drive the steel blade with slantwise cut across the horn. Mr. Baker has the instrument in two sizes. The larger for cattle is alwut 3 ft. long and weighs 11^ lb. The smaller for calves is about half that size. .. » The large amount of wool liberated at the first auction. sale in Adelaide has shown its influence on the export returns of the fortnight which closed on October 1L The export in that period was one and a half times as great as that of the previous two months. The season's exports to September 30 amounted to 12,510 bales, of which 12,457 bales went to London— 7,252 from Port Adelaide and 5,205 from Port Augusta. The balance, 53 bales, went to Antwerp. The returns for the first 11 days of the...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL BUREAUS. PASKEVILLE—SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

AGRICULTURAL BUREAUS. Paskevit,le— September 28. Present— Messrs. J. Spackman (chairman), E. Lamming, H. F. Koch, A. Palm, E. Bussenschutt, A. Goodall, W. Ayles, J. C. Price, G. W. Meier, E. Whittlesea, and T. Moore (hon. sec. ). Mr. E. Lammey tabled large swede turnip 23£ in. in circumference, and weighing 6£ lb., grown from bureau seed. ? ' Messrs. Koch and Goodall were appointed to attend meeting of delegates to arrange for tlft field trial of harvesting implements to be held at Paskeville in December. Minlaton— September 20. Present— Messrs.' S. Vanstone /chairman), R. .Higgins, J. Fletcher, W. GorreU, M. Twartz, J. Martin, J, Anderson, and J. ' Correll (hon. sec.}. . ;' - It was decided to accept invitation of Messrs. Correll Bros, to hold the November meeting at their homestead, and to invite Pro \ fessor Lowrie to attend and give an address on 'Summer fodder.' Mr. W. Correll read a paper on 'Farm im plements and machinery/' The hon. sec. showed tool used for twisting ; wire w...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UTILITY OF BUTTER TESTS AND MILKING TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

UTILITY OF BUTTER TESTS AND The results of the Trrag show have brought this subject once more into the fore^roum (says Mark-Lane l&qprm). No' one Cjafi doubt that there are affluent milk-yieldipjf cows ?which are not remunerative button-making cows, and that every dairy farmer should ' ascertain, whether the individual animals in . hiB herd are the best adapted for the purposes 'to which bis milk is applied} very^few do 'this, and great losses are occasioned ia Cpas-3- oueuco- The fact has been shown over and ;?'??- «ver again that unless the separate yigldinga £?'? of each cow bo weighed after milking^- periodi : cally, the owner would be ignorant of the y- animal's performances or whether her yield is up to the standard requisite to give profit ' or not Keeping each cow's milk separate for :... gutter-making would be tiresome. As there are chemical tests and instruments for ascer taining the composition of milk it ia far easier to resort to them than to adopt the other al ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE DAIRY. ? ' I ij The dairy industry in the south and west of Scotland, is at present under a cloud (says the- 4 Dundee Advertiser). Owing to the large im- n portations of _ American and colonial cheese-. '? and butter it is difficult to see where the silver - lining in the cloud is. In these districts the ?? demand for land is not nearly so keen as it was some years ago, or as it is at present in the east of Scotland. In the days of good prices ? for butter and cheese large dairy farmers., calculated that the proprietor was entitled to £5 for every cow a farm would keep. That is to- say, a farm that would keep all the year round 100 cows was worth £500 of rent. But prices, have so fallen now that tho basis would need' to be altered to £3 a cow, and even on this calculation the dairy farmer would not be bo well off as in the good old times. At present in the cheese-making districts supplies on hand are very heavy, as the farmers or bowers of these areas are holding their stocks in...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Farmers are still crying out for rain in the north, as the occasional spells of hot weather have taken all the moisture out of the soil and the wheat is showing plainly the effect of the drought. In some districts there has been no rain for months and the wheat is livintron what little moisture islef t in the subsoil from last summer's thunder-showers. In the lower north agriculturists have nothing to com plain of and the wheat there is looking better than it has done for several seasons, but above the Burra the conditions are very different. Here the plants are out in ear in some places and generally speaking the heads are small. Unless rain falls shortly there will be a thiu crop of shrivelled grain over a good area. A correspondent writing from Chaatleton station, Cooper's Creek, on October J, says: — 'It came on to rain about 9 o'clock last night and continued all night and part of this morn ing. Just before 9 o'clock to-day a violent thunderstorm broke over ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BREEDS OF SHEEP FOR FARMERS. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE BREEDS OF SHEEP FOR FARMERS. No. I. * Wheu we said last week that the real farmers of the colonies had not yet given any syste matic business attention towards obtaining a share of the steadily increasing dead mutton trade with Britain (writes Professor Brown in the Weekly Times) we meant to infer that now is their time to do so, because these who have opened and so far upheld the venture, have proved and established largely with the material they had on hand, and not so much by any special preparation with different breeds and breeding. In this statement we must, of course, except New Zealand, which, from its greater adaptability, gave the ques tion much earlier attention, and is still leading all the other colonies on the British market by at least Id. per lb. We have failed in finding for ourselves any exception that need exist on the part of anyone owning or renting laud to the average extent of those in the colony of Victoria, and who should not now turn out a certain numbe...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAND BOARD MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LAND BOARD MEETINGS. Midland.— October 21, Bnrra; 23, Balaclava; 25, Enowtown ; November 4, Adelaide.

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FORTHCOMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FORTHCOMING SHOWS. October 25..— Strathalbyn Agricultural and Horti cultural Society's Show. November 11.— Onkuparinga Agricultural, Horti cultural, and Floricultural Society's Show.

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CHAMPION SHIRE STALLION CALAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CHAMF10N SHIRE STALLION CALAMITE. The above is a representation of Calamite, the champion shire stallion at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Darlington, England. In addition to winning the champion gold medal offered by the Shire Horse Society Calamite won first prize in the class for shire stallions foaled in 1S93. Calamite was bred by and i3 the property of Lord Middleton, Birdshall House, York, and was sired by Northwood out of Cannock La3s by Harold, granddam Lady Grey by True Briton.

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Agriculture, &c. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^gtiatltee, &c. LAND SALES. October 2*.— Sale o! leases for waterworks. October 81.— Sale of miscellaneous leases.

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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

KADINA. Kadina, October 8. — A meeting of members of the Yorke's Peninsula A. H. and F. Society was held in the ante-room of the Town Hall this afternoon. Mr. James Martin presided, and congratulated the members of the society on the great success that attended the show. The prize-list, amounting to £250, was passed for payment. The balance-sheet showed that the total receipts were £380, while the expen diture amounted to £311 ; there would be £7 10s. interest to pay on loan, and after another £50 was paid off the principal of the mortgage there would bo a credit of £11. 10s. This state ment was considered by the meeting to be exceedingly satisfactory, and a vote of thanks to the president closed the business. Kadina, October 15. — The friendly societies held a church parade on Sunday last. At 2 o'clock a large muster of Foresters, Odd fellows, and .Rechabites, together with the juvenile lodges, met at the Town Hall and, headed by the Kadina Brass Band, marched through the principal...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT AUGUSTA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

PORT AUGUSTA. Port Augusta, October 16.— At the hos pital meeting this afterhoon Mr. Frank Smith was recommended by the board as steward of the Port Augusta Hospital. The appoint ment is to be confirmed by Cabinet. Miss Madigan, charge nurse at the Adelaide Hos pital, has been appointed matron by Cabinet.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE BURRA. Bubea, October 12.— Considerable disgust has been expressed here to-day against the action of the. railway authorities in dealing with parcels coming by rail for business people .and others in the town. It appears that the railway authorities invited tenders recently for the delivery of parcels coming to tho Burra station, and since the tender has been accepted the persons to whom parcels have been ad dressed have been charged certain rates for delivery, and nearly every person concerned ob jects to pay this, which is 100 percent, more than they used to pay to the cab drivers. To-day a large number of business people refused to take delivery of parcels from the contractor, who has had a rough time of it, having been obliged to take them back to the railway-station. As an outcome of this a great many letters have been addressed to-day to Mr. Pendleton, the Railway Commissioner. , There is much dissatisfaction, and the change in reference to the delivery of parcels is causi...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Port Pirie, October 6.— The monthly meet ing of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held in the Bible Christian Church on Thursday, October 3. The president (Mrs. Trezona) read her report on the Adelaide W.C.T.U. convention, which was very in teresting and gave all members a good idea of what took Dlace. Four members were chosen to visit the Wesleyan, Bible Christian, and Baptist Sunday-schools, also Salvation Army, and give an address once a quarter if allowed by the superintendents and officers. Pokt Pirie, October 8. — A concert was held in the Institute Hall this evening by several members of the Industrial School for the Blind in aid of that institution. The pro gramme was well carried out. Tho attendance was not large. On Monday evening Mr. S. Nathan gave his lecture on the rearing and cultivation of poultry in the district council chamber. It was instructive and duly appre ciated by those present. Un Tuesday morning he gave a demonstration in caponising,...

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