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THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TOE COPPER MARKET. # ? m ? (From, ont awn Correspondent,] London, March 27. Chili bars were quoted to day at £40, and good merchantable brands (including Australian) at £46. London. March 28. A copper bank is being formed with a view to gradually purchasing the whole of the stocks of the Paris syndicate at £45 a ton. The: conference between representatives of the principal American and other copper mines and of the Paris Copper Syndicate now being held in London is not : concluded. It is understood that the conference are endeavoring to form a general basis for new contracts between the syndicate and producers, the main points under discussion being the extent to which the output of the great mines should be restricted, and the prica at which copper should be sold to con sumers, ' ?

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

GENERAL CABLE NEWS rFrom our own Correspondent,] London, March 26. Arrived — Bubbaek, steamer, from ?Sydney January 2'.*, via Geelong Feb ruary 1, Melbourne February 2, Adelaide February 8 ; * aimst*-, ship, from Lyttsl ton December 28 London, March 27. A Bill has been introduced iu the House of Commons dealing with the liquor traffic on Sundays. Jt is a very stringent measure, and aims at entirely prohibiting the Sunday trntiio ia iiqaur. 'Ihe second reading of tne Bill was agreed to in the House tliia afternoon. The action brought by Mias Phyllis BroughtoD, tha w-?31 known actress, agaiutt Viscount Dangan for breach of promise of marriage Las been settled. The discount's solicitors have paid Miss Bronebton'a representatives the sum of £10,000 and the amount of the costs of . the case as coinpenBatum. Truth to-day, commenting upon the appoint rnent of the Htv. Henry Hutchlu son Mo'iitgoKH-ry, M. A , vicar of KenningtoD, as Buhop of Tasmania In suj- j cetsipii lo Dr. Sandfoid, chara...

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AMERICAN POLITICS. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

AMERICAN POLITICS. fFtoin our own Correspondent. 1 Londok, March 28. President Harrison has made fresh airangements in regard to the appoint ment of foreign Ministers. Mr. Robert Todd Lincoln, son of the murdered President, will succeed Mr. E. J. Phelps in the pest of Minister to Great Britain, to which It was at first intended to appoint Mr. Whitelaw Reid. The President has confirmed the appointment of Mr. Reid as ixuniBier to x ranee. jxix. mutin Baletead, editor of the Cincinnati Com mercial, who was first named for the latter appointment, will officiate as Minister to Germany, the intention to appoint Mr. John Kasson to that post, which he had already occupied, having been abandoned. like eo many American statesmen Mr. Robert Lincoln began life in the military service. He served with Grant in the civil war, throughout the final campaign which ended at Appomattox. He subsequently settled down as a lawyer at Chicago, and in 1881 he entered the Cabinet as Secretary of War under Pre...

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PLOT AGAINST THE CZAR. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

PLOT AGAINST THE CZ AR. ? ' rFrom our own CorreBDondent.l London, March 28. Intelligence from St Petersburg reports «fcat a farther attempt haB been made to atsaesinate the Czar. The train by which he travelled with the Czarina from St. Petersburg on his return to Gaischina narrowly escaped destruction, two tails having been laid across the line. The obstacles were seen in time for the effective application of the brake, and the .train was brought to a standstill uninjured. The Hne was guarded throughout its whole length, and it is difficult to imagine how the plot, which is attributed to the Rihiliste, could have been carried out as far as it was without detection.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH AT TUMBY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

WESLESAN CHURCH AT TUMBY. TO THB EDITOB. Sir — As a guardian of the rights and privi leges of tbe Wesleyan Church at Tumby it is a duty imperative upon me to write to correct an error that appeared in the Chronicle report of March 2 relating to a marriage celebrated in tha above church. The report is incorrect where it states that the marriage took place in ' Trinity Chapel,' for the simple fact is that it was celebrated in the 'Wesleyan Ohapel.' and to substitute ' Trinity,' which is neatly, if not always, a term of distinction when applied to any church, is decidedly wrong in the present case. For the clergyman to have made use of. the building for the purpose of solemnising the marriage without asking per mission of the trustees ought, to have been enough liberty to take without your corre spondent applying to it an appellation that is not justifiable by right or reason. Fiat justitia ruat fffluBi.— I am, &c , W. A. MILIilKAN. Pert Lincoln, March 23, 18S9.

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THE KUNTHA HULL COAL COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE KCXTHa HfLL COAL CO1I PAN5T. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— Kicdly afford space for a frw remark* in connection with the above compaoy. From the success which has attended tne commend able efforts of tbe promoters, together with the * favorable report oc the property by the Government Geologist (Mr. Brown), it is quite right that further capital be raised to thoroughly test and work the mine. How ever, now that the venture is likely to ba a fcuccese I cannot see why the public should be admitted on the proposed terms. Those who subscribed for the BbareB when the affair was only sn ' outside spec ' should cow derive the benefit, and I would suggest iustt tbe present 2G0 shares be withdrawn and £00 shares of £25 each (paid up to £5) be issued in tbeir pisce— this will give a calling power of £4,000; then make £5 calls aa re quired. Should some of the present share holders be unable to pay the calls they can sell their shares Mid get a return of at least cent, -per cent, for their outlay, and...

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WHAT IS OUR BEST DEFENCE ? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

WHAT IS OUR BEST DEFENCE ? TO THE EDITOB. Sir — In your leader the other day I think you do Mr. Jones, of the Peace Society, an in justice by classing him with those who say that our defencelessness iaour best defence. 'Whilst here he distinctly stated that the Peace Society did not recommend immediate dis armament, as that would be folly under pre sent circumstances, but gradual mutual dis armament of the nations, with a resort to arbitration instead of war on every possible occasion, and a just and courteous foreign policy. . Arbitration to be of any benefit must be by mutual agreement. If forced upon a nation by fear of hostilities, the agreement would be broken on the first opportunity, the same as if it had been the result of war. Therefore, the Peace Society does not seek to compel arbitration by force of armB. Gan those who wish to increase the defence force, and recommend that all should be trained to fexncB, tell us where it is to stop 1 Look at France and Germany. They thi...

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. r IO THB EDITOB. Sir— Yonr correspondent, ' One Interested,' expreEeee surprise at the report of the annual se&fcion of the Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F. of South Australia. I have not the least doubt about it, as I waa surprised myself to learn thatits member ship and funds were of such magnitude, which IpteEume is entirely independent of its brother hood in Australasia. As to the funds of the Grand Lodge cf S.A., I.O.O.F., I should certainly think that they would be judiciously invested with such an able financier as Mr. Sanl Solcmon, M,F., as chairman of its trus tees,! ..With preference to ' One Interested a remark about the increase of salary to the grand secretary, it sounds scurrilous to me, as I personally know that gentle man to be well worthy of his pro rctriou. I also know that the I O.O.F. is ever uppermost in his mind, and that he devotes the whole of his valuable time and abilities to its cause. Any institution is blessed by being in p...

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

TfiE HOUSE. Seb-tants. — Respect, obedience, and neat Defies, are the three great ' good points' in help of any kind. Servants often sin from igno rance, and a few dayB spent in teaching a girl how to do her work and bear herself will tho roughly repay you. Familiarity will spoil the beet of servants ; insist on baing treated re spectfully. It is quite passible for mistress to be treated with proper respect and at the same time in a manner make a friend of her servants. Some servants nowadays on first entering new service address their mistress as 'missus.' A quiet Ma am, if you please when the attempt is first made will almost certainly re sult in the familiarty not being repeated with increased respect on the servant's p*rt for her mutres?. Kcttox St2wed. — Take some slices without fat, from roast mutton, season them well with pepper, salt, and a little shallot mixed together and sprinkled over the meat. Pat some good gravy or stock into a saucepan, put the meat in with a few slic...

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Correspondence. MIKING REPORTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

€0rr€0p0nDeiict MIKIKG REPORTS, TO THB EDirOR. Sir — JTo one can deuy that os^st of the BJj.nt.-3trn' reports are in no way to be reliad on. Whether this is due tu the incompateaoy oi tbe managers, or whether the acvual truth is withheld, who can tell? If we compare the glowing reports of every mine en the Broken Hill line from about 13 months ago with the gloomy statements of to day affecting every proptity bar tbe Proprietary it is evident thit thtie imif-tbave been one thing wanting from the very start of the mines to fchis day, that is, truth and straightforwardness couceruic? the state ot llie various mining properties. r- vary eeiibibie, honest person will no doubt be be&t ple&Eed when actual facts are made known concerning rniue?, whstoer the news be of an encouraging nature or otfceswise, Now, as tbe public who are engaeeci iu mining matters have only to reiy on the reports issued tuch reports should be absolutely true. I think it is just absut tune taat n\i ...

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MOUNT CULTAGA GOLD MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MOUNT CULTAGA GOLD MINE. TO THE EDIIOE. Sir — Being a constant reader of your paper, and taking a groat interest in the development of our mines, especially of the gold mining district of tbe not th- east, viz , from Waukarioga to Msnnahill and from Teetulpa north .and east, I caenct allow four special reporter*^ descrip tion of tbe Mount Galtaga Gold Mining Com pacy (formerly the Woman in 'Wfcite) to go unchallenged. He says that tha so-called qutrry is ooly 20 feet wide and 13 feet deep ; wbeieas tbe cutting with the lode is over ' SO feet wide, and 3b feet ' deaa to the water level, and over 100 febt long. Moreover, fce fays he could not see aDy stone in tbe sides of the qoarry ;5it stands to reason that he did not, as the sideB he refers to are the wails of the lode.' I must also inform jour special reporter that some 6 tote from this lede or big body of matrix was crumbed at Gluses, Victoria, and gave 7 to S, dwt. of melted gold per ton, whilst auother lot was crushed at Black ...

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THE BELTANA BROKEN HILL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE BELTAKA BROKEN HILL. / TO THE EDIT0B. Sir— In recent English papers is the pro-, spectus of the Cortez mine, Nevada; capital £300,000, in £1 shares, of which the proprietor receives £90,000 as payment for the property. The ore averages about 100 oz. silvar to the ton. The mine is turning out 60,000 dollars worth of bullion a month, leaving a profit cf 4S.CG0 dollars, or £115,000 sterling per anuntn. As bearing on the Seltana Broken Hill I call attention to the following extract from tBe nrrKttpr.tns : — *'Thfl nrn wnrlrpr) Hnrinor tbe last 20 yearB ha3 been taken entirely from flatB or deposits in the lime etoce formation, but these it haB recently been found are in connection with a. contact figure vein, the ore lyisg between limestona and porphyry, ensuring the permanenpe,' &o. Re\cr being interested in the Beitana: mine I paid little attention to the excitement caused by its discovery or the wrangling caused by its collapse, but if my memory is correct 'the ex pert se...

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THE SILVER STREAM MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE SILVER STREAM MI&E. TO THE EDIIOB; ' Sir — In your paper of the 16th in5*. I observe ? seme remarks re ' ' some peculiar circumstances'1 j regarding the Silver Stream mine, in which my name is mentioned as being able to give documentary evidence regarding the atsays of ore procured from the claim. I may premise that I do not, nor ever did, have any Interest in the mine, either as promoter or shareholder ; but in -its early days, when it was owned by Messrs. Keats and Bullock. I professionally , asEayed a great many samples of ore coming from it. The greater part of the uamples tested were such as -were difficult to form a judgment of by the eye. In all of tham I found results better than I shoulcj have thought possible, having regard only, to the appearance of the ore. On reference I find they ran from 36 to 111 oz of silver per ton, with 12 to 14 per cent, of lead. A selected chloride sample yielded 13,155 oz. of silver per ton of ore, whilst the same ore washed free fr...

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THE AJAX BUNK AND MR ROSEWARNE'S REPORT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE £JAX BUN'S AND MR ROSS WAEUSE-S REPORT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— The report as it appeared in yours of the_i2td in&tapt frcm the Inspector of Mines is biouoBt a reiteration of what has been pre viously reported by the mine manager, and I ana sure the inspector's report is a most faithful one ; but I must take exception to oae or two remarks contained therein, which evidently were the result cf information he his received, -md which in justice to the directors and the management 1 fgel it my duty to correct. Mr, Rosewartie points oat that tbe original claimfaolders did tneir work on the reef whilst the company devoted two thirds of their capital ia sinking the vertical shaft to obtain water, and that if the money had .been spent in sinking the underlay the ground wouid have been proved and water obtained. The fact3 are as follows : — I was instrumental in inducing a number of Adelaide gentltrren to put a c&rtain amount of capital in this vesture with a view of purchasi...

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Ladies Column. OUR LADIES' NEWS LETTER. London, February 15, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Jabk0? (Rohmru OUR LADIES' NEWS LETTEK. fFrom ohr Lady Correspondent.] London. February 15, 1833. My last letter was mailed before the atartliug newa ot the tragic aeata of the Grown t'riaca of Austria reached me. Seldom or ever in the hittory of civilised nations has eo shockiag aa eveiit occurred, or it it have a ooaaEerpart the facts have not been made public, and thus, friends hare been spared the double sorrtfw of bereavement coupled with public disgrace. '- The fierce light which beats upoa a tarona ' is reflected on the apparent heir, and Rudolph, Crown Prince of Austria, could not sin and livHsa h.iu ain an a. Ia^r **¥4ltF.d man Caifht do. So full of promise, eo intellectual, bo travelled, so acconipliBhed. in thort in every mental gra;a and physical nianly exercise, hsir beside to an important dynasty, sad now lying in a dis honored grave, with a stigma upoa his memory that time itself can never reaiove. Waila giving such simple relation of facts (as it beconies a woman to ...

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

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

gjfg 'gar *grg SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHRONICLE. THE LEADING WEEKLY PAPER. THE FARMERS' JOURNAL ; — o — : ? KOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS— As toe have AGENTS for the sale of the Chronicle in EVERT TOWN in SOUTH AUSTRALIA, we leg to inform Subscribers ivho are receiving the paper posted direct from the office that it WILL NOT BE FOR WARDED unless it is PAID FOR IN ADVANCE, THE YEARLY SUBSCRfPTION IS 16s., HALF-YEARLY, 8s. 6°. Belov? v:e append the Names and Addresses of our Agents, and Subscribers are requested to order the Ceeckicle frcm fliem, or send subscriptions to us. BURDEN Bl BONYTHON. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Adelaide. ? 0 ? £-XS^a7 OF ?A.G-JBZtTTXrJSEs ADELAIDE— Kerilie & Co., RaUVay-statlon, North terrace; X. W, Green & Boa, fianeon-rtreel W. O. Roberts, King William-street j Mrs. Sej mooi, Hanson-street ; S. Frearaon, VL J. Clarke and Co., Bundle-street ; W. Ooodfellow.Hindley street ; W. C. Rigbv, Ktnz WlUUm-street ABERDEEN— M. Eayher, i. Xivei. ALEKRIOK-il. A...

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

A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAi'S PILLS ij iiiiiimi n^ Are tmivereallT «S- j J^T W j«^K mitted to be worth ^V*V^2-C! /Sk. » Guinea. ? Box for f&?y — ^-^A Biliooe and NerroM gtyty \*e^ Disorders each, u /W/ V* \ Wind »na Pain in the S*!'i ? Vi'-\ Stomach, Sick Head. f 'iw t- * »|i if M ri» »'-(?* I ache, Giddiness, Ful I I SrJ^l. HdiX X l-r-Jnase «nd Swelling VS\ T%\\ 8 ^ IHlate Ksale, Diszb I? \ r^lfcB-^» IS] nsBs and Drowsineai, l*ji\ ,u /SI CoidChills,Fiushingi %TS^ /SsI °* Heat, Ixjsb of Ap Vy\ StXve petite, Shortness of ^-^St ^U&^J? Breath, Coativeacss, ^Vro^C* *£?& Bcarvy an-.i Blotches ^**4^-*s*^ turbed Sleep, Fright Mgi& . fnl Dreams, and all ^ElW* Kervous taxi Tremb fmg Sensations, 4c. The first dose will gire reliof in. twenty minutes. Every aufierer is earnestly invited to try ona bos of these Fills and liiey will be ackno?rledged to b« WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills an invalnabla, as a tew doses or them carry off al...

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

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. (Published by special arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] BOOK II.—AFTER A LONG LAPSE CHAPTER LII.—DOCTOR'S OPINION (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BtACK PliOOD: A PECULIAB CASE. By GEORGE MANY1LLE FENN, Author o! 'The Master of the Ceremonies, '- 'Hub Man's ?Wife,' ' The Parson o' Dam fmfd,'&c.iJcc. ? {Published by special arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] BOOK H.— AFTER A LONG LAPSE . -Chapiee LII,— Doctor's Opinion (Continued.) The doctor took his departure, and Sir Philip B&t by the sick man's side, listening to his wanderings, and feeling half startled at tames by the wild excited talk of murder— o£ dread of punishment, and of some oath that had been sworn ; but he set it all down to the man's delirium, and within an hour the watoher was; relieved by the coming .of Mrs. Dann, quiet, grave, and composed, looking as if i . nt pat of her regular life to be called out of bed in the middle of the night, as she un rolled -an apron which she took from a capacious pocket and pat it on after hanging . her shawl -and bonnet np behind the door.' 'How are yon now, White?' said Sir Philip kindly; and he...

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