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NORTHERN AND MIDLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
NORTHERN AND MIDLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Lacra, October 12. — The ninth annual demonstration of the Northern and Midland Public Schools Floral and Industrial Society took place at Laura on Friday and Saturday at the Laura recreation grounds, where a pro gramme of sports was carried out. An ener getic committee had provided for the enter tainment of the juveniles. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon about 700 children were mustered and proceeded in a long procession through the streets, the Laura Brass Band leading the way, while the Laura School Fife and Drum Band were stationed about midway. It was a pretty sight. On reaching the Town Hall, outside of which a platform had been impro vised, the children were drawn up in a semi circle and speeches were made. After the chairman of the board of advice (Mr. Israel Taylor) had made a short address Mr. G. I. Bells on behalf of the town cordially welcomed .the visitors. Messrs. A. Catt, M.P., and J. H. Howe, M.P., members for the district, ex presse...
GOLDEN WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
GOLDEN WEDDINGS. Mannanarie, October 14.— Mr. arid Mrs. D. C. Robinson, of Mannanarie, celebrated their golden wedding to-day by inviting a few old and present friends to partake of afternoon tea in the local Primitive Methodist Church. About 50 friends and relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are aged respectively 75 and 74 vears. and were married on October 13, 1845, at Titohraarsh, England, and came to the colony in 1853. After living at Little Para, near Salisbury, and afterwards at Upper Wakcfield. they settled down to farming pur suits at Black Springs, where they resided for about 21 years. They then left for Mannanarie, where they have resided with the exception of two years at the Burra for the past 20 years, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's family num bers six daughters and one son (Mr. _D. F. Robinson, with whom the aged couple is now residing), 49 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. The gathering was a very pleasant one. After tea a few short speeches were made by ...
BISHOP HARMER IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
BISHOP HARM.ER IN THE NORTH. Okrouoo, October 14. — The Bishop of Ade laide conducted three services here yesterday, in the morning and afternoon services being held in St. Paul's Church and in the evening at the Institute Hall. The services were all well attended and much enjoyed. The Rev. K. M. Turnbull, of Petersburg, assisted. — Satur- day was a fearfully dusty day, and a few points of Tain fell in the evening, but more is needed soon to save the crops, which in some places are affected bjr the drought.
SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE. Kingston, October 9. — An important meet ing was held on Tuesday evening in the local council chamber to consider the Governmenfj scheme for draining the South-Eastern lands. Mr. John Gall, chairman of the District Council of Lacepede, was voted to the chair. Mr. J. W. Deuning, of Bald Hill Station, stated that all the surplus water in the district north of Penola and from the Western District of Victoria tended to flow westward towards the sea, that some took an underground course, while heavy volumes ran through swamps, morasses, and fiats in the same direction. He severely criticised and condemned the Govern ment scheme which seeks to direct the water from its natural course northward for a dis tance of 50 miles from Blaehford, when the proper v,-ay is eastward to the sea, only nine miles. He assured the meet ing that during the last few years the floods of surplus water about this, locality were considerably greater than experj.eiiccd pre viously, which m...
SPRAYING EXHIBITION AT MYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
SPRAYING EXHIBITION AT MYLOR, Mtlob, October 10.— On Wednesday after- , nopn a large concourse of fruitgrowers assembled at Mr. W. Waller's residence, v.t Mylor, to witness the various spraying machines of well known firms in town. The meeting was held under the auspices of the Agricultural Bureau under the supervision of Mr. H. R. Antuar (hon. secretary of the Mylor branch). Mr. George Quinn, inspector under the Vine, Fruit, and Vegetable Pest Act. was also present, and gave an able exposition on the many uses of the spraying pumps, and sprayed a large applo tree in a minute and a quarter, thus testifying his expert ness in handling the machines. There was a considerable diversity of opinion regarding the relative merits of Messrs. A. W. Dobbie and Co.'8 ' Excelsior' spray pump and A. G. Chapman's patent spray pump, both ranking very liigh in the estimation of the onlookers, and great praise was also bestowed on McNiel and Ballantyne's patented spray pump. The trial of Knapsack pum...
Country News. NORTHERN SCHOOLS DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Cottiiteg $*toa NORTHERN SCHOOLS DEMON STRATION. Laura, October 11. — The northern schools demonstration to-day was a great success. Seven hundred children were present. The chairman of the board of ad rice (ihe mayor), Messrs. Catt and Howe (members for the dis trict), Inspector Plummer, and the Inspector General (Sir. J. A. Hartley) spoke advising and congratulating, the children, especially eulogising the work in the haiL Mr. Hartley declared tbe show open. The long procession of children was a pretty sight. The Laura and the school bauds accompanied the march.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
MISCELLANEOUS. ; The directors of the Kangaroo mine, Donkey Gullv, accompanied by Mr. W. H. Pasnoe, ' member of the Victorian Mining Association, made a visit of inspection of the mine -on Monday, the 14th inst. They went over most of the property, and carefully looked at the old workings. Mr. Pascoe, who holds high credentials from New South Wales, Victoria, and California, was much -released with the prospecte, and recommended that the men should continue as at present sinking for a known rich leader, and as soon as funds would allow to erect a pumping plant to get the water out of an old shaft 150 ft. deep, in the bottom of which is a reef 4 ft. wide carrying good gold. Mr. Pascoe liked the formation of the country very much, tbe stone picked from the dump out of the deep shaft being very promising for a permanent reef. The directors eft the mine satisfied that they had got a good thing in the Kangaroo. The manager of the Redcastle Mine wires : — ' Struck gold seven level north.'...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. New SIilo, October 14. — 'At main shaft. No. 4 east drive has been extended 9 ft. ; total, 79 ft. It has just cut the crosscourse. Lode still small, but shown a Jittle iron and galena. Ihe intermediate east drive at 1G0 ft. has been extended G ft. ; total, 13 ft Lode 8 in., poor quartz. In Milo Extended stoping os usual, and some fair ore sent to battery. In Great Eastern new shaft sunk 8 ft. ; total, 31 ft. Lode 6 in., mostly quart*. West drive from old shaft extended 13 ft. ; total, 94 ft. Lode 9 in. of good ore, shows free gold in breaking. New Rbedy Cheek. — ' Masterman'e lode now 8 ft. wide south of crosscut carrying- payable ore. Gold much coarser and well defined between good walk. Stopes above 169-ft. level as lost reported. Amalgam from plates for 48 hours crushing 36 oz. 6 3wt.' A pleasing ceremony was performed at the Adelaide office of the A.M. P. Society on Saturday, when Mr. H. W. Apperly, who has been promoted to the position of res...
WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. MlSCEIiIiANEOUS. Mr. J. E. Churchward writes:— 'As share holders in the Tom Elliott Troprietary Gold Mining Company, limited, and the public in general, are likely to misconstrue the reading of telegrams sent by me, and received from Mr. Thomas Elliott, I desire to say that I . was in error when I said that Mr. Connell in his report stated that there were four good leases and one bad. What I should have eaid was that there were four prospected claims, and one not sufficiocfcly prospected to justify a definite opinion.' The directors of the Great Boulder Norse mau Gold Mining Company, Dun das, have received the following telegram from Mr. J. Morgan, Norseman, who represents Dr. Simons in that district : — ' Copy of con densed report. Have inspected Great Boulder Norseman lease, which contains three strong and well-defined lodes, with three shafts sunk on them running^ parallel with and in close proximity to the Norseman line of reef. Have seen good gold on...
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
BULLION HETURNS. Block 14, October 10.— Ore treated— 139 tons carbonate, 327 tons sulphide producing 16*8 tons bulliou, containing 12,0^3 oz. silver, including purchased ore. New Mnx) Gold Mink.— JFourweeks ending October 12— By cyanide, 120 oz. 7 dwt.; by battery, 139 oz. 5 dwt-; total return, 259 oz. 12 -dwt. from 295 tons ore treated; average - extraction, 17 dwt. 14 qr. gr. ton. New B.EKDY Ceeek G.M. Co., Palmer, ? October 10.— Plates cleaned Thursday. Amal gam obtained, 13 oz. 15 dwt. for 10 hours' crushing. This is fairly good, as expected. Whole of ore now coming from above 180-ft. level. Masterman's lode south, which iB a new discovery, is now working very veil. Tbenton (W.A.) — For fortnight ending: October 10, 1895, 180 tons crushed for 103 oz. gold. Redcabtle. — Crushed 37 tons reef material, yield 79 oz. gold. Crowk Reef. — C5 tons yielded 11 oz, 3 dwt. Tarbaxgoweb. — Co tons yielded 24 oz. 14 dwt. 12 gr. Centiial Beoken Hill Mine. — Week end ing October 10 the furnace r...
NORTHERN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
NORTHERN MINES. The Commissioner of Crown Lands has re ceived from Inspector Parkes the following re ports on northern mines, dated October 9 : — On the 7th inst. I inspected the CJara St. Dora copper mine, situated six miles w*ei from the Davenport railway siding. The property consists of two 40-acre mineral claims, which are held by Mr. F. Montague. I inspected this property in May, 1891, when it wae known as the Two Franks. Since my former inspection a considerable amount of work has been done, considering that one man has done most of it. A cutting has been' made 130 x 12 ft. iuto the limestone formation. A shaft has been sunli in the deepest part of the cutting to a depth of 14 ft., and from this shaft 6 tons of ore, which is now at grass, was .raised. I estimate it to be equal to 45 per cent, of copper. At the present time there is a very fine bunch of ore in the bottom of the shaft Starting from the sur face downward, the cutting in the face has reached a depth of 14 ft. From...
THE BURRA MIKE. Burra, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE BURRA MINE. Burra, October 15. The Tialf-yearly report of the Buna mine directors, giving particulars of the company's management from tbe end of February to the end of September, is to hand, and showB that, -notwithstanding the fact that the Burra mines are allowed to remain idle; the South Austra lian Mining Association is making the two ends meet The report shows the receipts for the half-year to have been £770 lls. 3d. from rents, £27 12s. fid. from sale of ore, lGs. Id. from interest, or a total of £798 19s. lOd. For the same term the expenditure in wages, charges, land tax, corporation rates, and repairs to buildings is given at £523 Cs. 9d., Bhowing a profit of £275 13s. Id., which has been placed to profit and loss which shows an undivided balance of £11,362 10s. lid.
HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. - Tuesday. October 15. The upper gallery of the Assembly was com paratively empty when the Speaker took tho chair on Tuesday afternoon, and there was but a solitary stranger in the lower seats. The defection of the Select Committee who ar« enquiring in to the condition of the village settle ments left many gaps in the chamber itself, while there were other absentees. Mr. Brooker, who has been ill, was back again in his place. ' Shortly after the work began Mark Twain, accompanied by the United States consul (Mr. C. A. Murphy) and Mr. Jen kins, ' the honorable member for America,' entered the Chamber, and he was treated to a more or less spirited debate on the momen tous question as to whother or not the House shall do real work on Wednesday nights. Mr. Scherk gave notice of his intention to ask this afternoon what amount is due to Nurse * Graham and when it will be piid. Mr. Archibald learnt that the women in the Port AdelaideTelephone Exchange work seven hours a ...
The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Wm $ arliamenf.. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, October 15. It has been a most interesting study to watch the attitude adopted _ by legislative councillors towards the Public Salaries Bill, and although on Tuesday the second reading was carried without a division there is a de lightful amount of uncertainty as to whether the measure will bs passed. It was almost im possible in some instances to predict how a member intended to vote until he had uttered the very last sentence ot his speecli. JVLr. Addisou, who resumed the debate, soon an nounced that he was opposed to the Bill, which he regards as very unfair,' and merely an attempt to patch up our financial difficulties, while Mr. Warren took up a similar position. '1 have stood this IJill twice,' said he, ' but I can't stand it a third time.' In hjs opinion the Civii servant was in something like the same position as the squatter, as he has no iixity of tenure, or at any rate no fixity of salary. In his business affairs Mr. Darling ...
THE COOLGARDIE MINES. MR. ALFRED WOODHOUSE INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
OTE COOLGARDIE MINES. : MR. ALFRED WOODHOUSE INTERVIEWED. After eight months' residence on the Cool ijardie goldfields Mr, Alf. Woodhouse, of the firm of Messrs. Cooper & Woodhouse, of liondou and West Australia, ison a flying visit io the Eastern colonies, and a representative of jjthe. Advertiser had a brief interview with him ion Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Woodhouse said ?'he nad pad many years' experience on toldfields in South Africa, and he considers the Coolgardie field a first-class one. 'The mines are right enough, he said, 'and I have HO hesitation in saying that they will be per manent, but many of the companies being formed are doing things on too small a scale. The working capital as a, rule is insufficient, end if the properties are to be tested ? thoroughly it will bo necessary to increase the working capital considerably. In South Africa companies are floated with a very large capital available for development, and this is the only way to successfully work a mine...
Mining Intelligence SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINES. THE MOUNT GRAINGER FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Jfclining f Etiiligentie SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINES. THE MOUNT GRAINGER FIELD. [By our Special Reporter.] Recently an influential deputation waited upon the Commissioner of Crown Lands ab Petersburg and presented Mr. Gillen with memorials signed by residents in various parts of the northern areas asking the Government to erect a cyanide plant at Petersburg on the same basis as that at Mount Torrens, It was pointed out at the time that there is a very large belt of mineral, country between Peters burg and Cockburn, and an invitation beiner received from several gentlemen interested in mining in the district a representative of The Advertiser accompanied them to the Mount Grainger goldfield last week. Leaving Petersburg early in the morning the party pro ceeded in a north-easterly direction, and within a very short Bpace of time were bowling along a good macadamised road bordered on either side by alternate fields of crop and fallow. The dry appearance of the country was evidence of ...
Horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
J^rtimlture. GARDENING FOR TEE WEEK. The Plains. Flower Garden. — Many of the choicest climbing shrubs may now be planted from pots if well furnished with roots ; they succeed better planted afr this season thau they do ' when put out in cold weather. Some of the best are bougainvillcas, phaseolus .caracalla, tacsonias, rhvueosnermuma and steohanotus floribuudus. They will, of course, require a liberal supply of water until they are well established and should be planted in deep well-enriched soil to give them a start. Estab lished climbers should be carefully trained as they extend, Unless this is done the plants become a confused mass of shoots growing in all directions, and under these conditions it is iinpossibls to prune them proporly at the right season. Keep the surfaces of all beds and borders stirred at frequent intervals. This may appear a simple thing to do, bub the benefit of it has been proved by all thoroughly practical floriculturists. Cleau off all decaying foliage a...
HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
HORTICULTURAL NOTES. The Minister, acting on the suggestion of the codlin moth inspector (Mr. G. Quinn), has decided to give small fruit-growers in the suburbs the option of having their fruit-trees sprayed at once, according to the regulations, or of picking all their apples, pears, and quinces at the end of November and destroy ing them. Instructions to this effect have been given to the suburban police, wJio have been appointed inspectors under the Act. A large meeting of settlers was held at Mil dura hist week to discuss a scheme for a better method of classification and marketing pro duce. It is proposed to have fruit insijected before being packed and classified by an in spector, who will visit all the packing houses, tnus obtaining- uniformity of grade and classi fication ; all the boxes to be marked with a registered trade marl:, and Melbourne and other places handling fruit to work together instead of adopting competitive tactics as at present. It is not intended to rig the...