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

Special Advertisements. HIGHLY NUTRITIVE. Coeoa I MAY BE OBTAINED IN LABELLED TINS | OR PACKETS THROUGHOUT THE COLONY _^ ? . ? xl361:173~ ADVERTISING iXAT.ES. 1 Tbe following are the ratea for 'adverHs'jDg In tbe South Australian Chronicle: — ? | 6 fl i 8 10 j Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. One Insertion 030036046060 ! Iwo ' - 060 70-990 0 10 J Xhree '..080 9 6 0 12 2 0 13 0 Foul ' - 0 10 6 12 3 i 9 15 9 0 17 0 Five ' - 0 18 8 15 B tt IB 8 1 1 11 ; BIRTHS, DEATHS, and MABRT.AQES, not exceed i ng five lines, 2a. 6d. ; over five lines, 6s. : LOST HOUSES, &o., cash with advertisement :- : a. d. \ One Ineertlon up to 8 lines ~ —28 Three insertions ' _ —86 Six insertions ' _ _ 12 0 A line cofisEQsoI seven words. Chronicle Office, Adelaide, Januarr, 1882. x35a WU&r&QKMS, Is. each; pem age, Id. HIRE AGREEMENT FORMS, 6d. each, or 33. 6d. per doz.; postage. Id. eaoh. BILL OF SALE FORMS, eii. each, or 3s. 6d. per doz.; postage, id. eaoh. Th...

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THE JUNCTION MINE. INDIGNATION MEETING AT CALTOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE JUNCTION MINE. INDIGNATION MEETING AT C AL TO WIE. A meeting of shareholders in the Junction mine was held on Monday at Caltowie. Mr. Paul Mahtis, who presided, Raid that some six months ago when 'at Broken ffiil Mr. Hebbard, the then manager, showed him through this mine, and by what he could see and from in formation gained he considered the mine would' soon become a dividend- paying one. But Mr, Hebbard waa called upon to resign, his resigna tion really amounting to a dismissal, though for what reason those interested alone knew. Since the new manager had taken charge man after man had been discharged, and very few now are left to develop the property, and he considered the action of those interested was doing great injury to legitimate mining, and tending to bring the Junction mine into disre pute. The following resolutions were passed : — 1. 'That we, as shareholders in the. Junction mine, are thoroughly dissatisfied at tha way this mine is mismanaged at present, and beg fo...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General PoBt-OfEce, Adelaide, Maroh 30, Mails vill be dispatched as under : — Great Britain, &o., via Suez, per B,M,3. Iberia, April 1} letters, 1.15 p.m. ; news papers, 12.1C p.m. s late letters, 2.16 p.m, Via Marseilles, per Yam* this day, 2.30 p.ni. Via Colombo, &c., per Nurnberg, April S. Via Torres Straits, pel Victorian, April 13, 12.45 p.tn. Via San Francisco, pec ex press, April 16, 2 p.m. Mauritius, Reunion, Mahe, Seychelles, South Africa, &o,, jer Yarra, this day, 2.30 p.m. Victoria, -New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, overland daily (except Saturdays), 280 p.m. ; late letters, S p.m. Per Victorian, this day, 12,45 p.m, ; late letters* 1.10 p.m. West Australia, per Yarra, this day, 2 30 p.m.; per R.M.S, Iberia, April 1, 1.15 p.m. Northern Territory, overland via Sydney, thence per first opportunity, April 2, 2.30 p m. New Zealand, overland via Melbourne, April 1, 2. SO p.m. Auckland and Wellington, overland via Sydney, April...

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THE SOUTH MINE. Broken Mill, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE SOUTH MINE. fBy Teletrraoiul Broken Hill. March 27. When I called at the South mine this morn ing I found that the same stuff aa reported yesterday is still being raised, and the rich vein has been proved for a distance of 9 feet from the eastern wall, without any signs of the weBtern wall. Quite a large number of persona have visited the mine in consequence of the discovery. ?

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

AUTUMN AND XTjTINTEE Q-EASON. FIEST SHOW DAY— TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1389. ?pwONALDSON, A NDREWsT&qHARLAND, IMPORTERS AND WAREHOUSEMEN, Will make a GRAND DISPLAY OF NEW SEASON'S GOODS on the abOFe and following dvys. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. LADIES1 HATS.— They would specially draw your attention to these for Variety and Soveltv !n Ohlp, Chip Combinations, Double Brima, &c straw Hats and Bonnets in netrest colors. Children's Liberty Caps. MILLtNEBY BONNETS AND HATS. PARISIAN AND ENGLISH (Specially Selected by their London and Paris Buyers).— These g-oods for Delicacy ol Tint and Perfeot Combination ol Colow place them far beyond tbe reach ol any retail establishment in the Southern Hemisphere. WLKGS, FEATRERS, AIGRETTES, &o., for Evening Wear in Endless Tarietv. DRESS DEPARTMENT. Most extensive purchases have been made of all descriptions of Autumn Goods, embrioing every Novelty In Stripes j Barderings, ftc, In all the Newest Tints. Never before has such a lar^e and ...

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BLOCK 14 RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BLOCK 14 P.ETURN. The directors of the Block 14 company have been advised that the week1* run at tae mine (March 29) was ??ass follows T-r'|Ore treated, 671 tons, yielding 165 tons bullion, and 20,2 LS cz. silver.'''

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

TO CO-RRESPOUfDEfSTS. fWe cannot undertake to publish all unobjeotlon able letters which reaob us. The number is so large that we can only print a selection. Xhose whioh reach us earliest have of course the first considera tion. This must be accepted as the explanation of the non-appearance of letters.] 'B.S.S.,' Mount Gambier.— A German naturalistd in this colony, if he left his native country before he bad turned 17, would not be liable to serve in the German army if he re turned to the fatherland ; but if he left after the age of 17 (unless with the permission of the authorities) he would on his return be liable to be called upon to serve in tbe army, even though be held naturalisation papers. 'Ei;qtjireb.' — The number of people in the colony assessed for incomes is in round num bers 6,810. Any answer to your other question could only be a conjecture. 'A Constant K.£adeb,' Brompton. — A mortgagee can enforce pijment of rent. 'Scgab.' — There u no difference between a square mile...

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BROKEN HILL RUN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BROKEN HILL RUN. The following telegram was received at the Broken Hill Company's office on March 29:— Week's ran— nine furnaces— Ore treated 2,739 tons ; producing 453 ^tons bullion, con taining 114,091 ounces of silver.

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Mining Intelligence (For other Mining News [?] page 5.) THE BAKER'S CREEK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Joining InteHqecaa, [Foe otter Mining STcia Lepage a.) THE BAKER'S 5&J2EK JJEE'-B. [By co^- Special Reporter.! Ko minq, worked by a S. A. Company la at th^ present time exciting so much **J*erkHon as the Baker's Greek gold mine fct . Hillgrove, N.S.W., which now pays dividends to the amount of £7.500 per month. - The shareholders of this colony receive about £5,000 each month, and consequently everything pertaining to the eompanv'e property is of interest to the public generally. At the invitation of the koard a representative of Tlie Advertiser accompanied the directors on their last vitk to? the mine. The party consisted of Ne*5T6 T. BarafieW, J. M. Wendt, and W.' Murray (directors), and R. O. Cornish, J. Robertson, and C. A. Eornabrook (shareholders). On the sfrcrapon of the third day after leaving -&ofe!afde, .Armidsle, which is within 20 ii li-s of the mine, was reached. The i.:'~ay journey of about 1,400 miles v -:s accomplished very coaifortably, detpite the f...

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

CONTENTS. Advertisements . _ 1—2—4—16-19—20—23—2* Shipping _______2 Commercial __ — _._ 3 Country News ..... 3—13 Correspondence _ „ _ _ . 8—19 Solar and Lunar Calendar . _? _ .4 Births, Marriages, and Deaths ... 4 To Correspondents — ~. _ _ _ 4 Leaden.— The fire at the Coffee Palace— The S. A. Woollen Factory — A Patriotic South Australian 4 Homestead Block ^Deputation _ _ _ 4 Original Articles.— The New Electoral Bill— Oar ~ Defences— The late Mr. TapUn-Ihe Accamola ?Bon of Capita!— Commercial Education., . 5 Mining Intelligence .... 5— 2i BlaH Kewa— The Parnell Enquiry— London Table Talk— Anglo Colonial Letter- English Commer cial Sews _..____ 6 . General Netrs.— Industries of the Angaston Dis trict-^Death of Mr. Balph Moss— Courts of Revision — fradea and labor Council —The - School of Wines— A Theatrical Divorce Case— The Port Augusta Shooting- CaBe— Some of the Capabilities ot Torse's Peninsula— The Fire at Moonta— Peaths from Thirst— Association of Mconta Miners— Oddfellows, ...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR.—APRIL, 1889. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

tUHftB AMD S01AB CALENDAR.— APRIL, 1833. i TEiBB OF XHB UoM. FlrrtQnwtor - - 8& day, lift. lm.pm. Fr^Kotm - - - 16th day, 7h.83m.-.ni Cuiotnuter - — 2Jndday, Uh. 10m. p.m. IforMom - - - ^Mh~day.Uh.l8m.p.m. *t _ n.t. Son San Moon Won »*yi. Date, ^g^ g^ a^ MtB- ft.ni. p.m. &.ib« p m. Monday - 1 6.14 5.64 6.36 6 38 Tuesday - 3 6.15 5.53 7.31 7.7 Wednesday _ 8 6.16 5 51 8.S2 7.40 Thursday _ « 6.17 5.50 9.29 8.14 Friday _ _ 6 6.17 6.4S 10 25 8.50 Saturday _ 6 6.18 5.47 1L20 9.31 Sunday _ _ T 6.19 5.45 p.m. 10.16 Monday _ 8 6.20 5 44 1.8 11.6 Cuesday - S 6.S0 5.43 160 11.59 Wednesday _ 10 621 5.41 8.83 a.m. fhureday _ 11 6.22 2.40 3.13 0.67 Friday _ _ IS 6.*3 5 39 3.51 1.57 Saturday . IB. 6.24 6 37 4 25 8.69 Sunday. .. 14 6.25 5.36 4 59 4 4 Honday_ _ 16 6.25 5.35 634 6.9 Tuesday .16 6 26 5.34 6.9 6.17 Wednesday _ 17 6.27 5.33 6.48 7.2S Thursday _ IS 6.28 6.31 7.31 8.37 Friday _ « 19 6.29 6.80 8 19 9.48 Saturday _ 20 6.29 529 9'14 10 66 SuncUy_ _ SI 6.30 6.28 10.14 p.m. Mon...

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THE PUBLIC AND CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE PUBLIC AND CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES. TO THE EDITOR, , Sir— I have been hoping that someone more able than myself would bave taken .up ere this the question 'of the public versus the Civil Service employes, 'bat aB I find that nobody has done eo, I hope you will give publicity to the 1 views of a large part of the public The employes in the Civil Service, ? by resolutions passed at their meetings and deputations to tbe Ministers of the Grown, chum as a right that all Civil Service employes whose Eervices have or may be dispensed with, through retrenchments or otherwise, shall have preference over outsiders ; that all employes9 children thall be employed in the service as apprentice*, junior clerks, &c.; that all vacan t-it b occurring shall be filled by promotion; in other words that the Civil Service shall ? belong to this privileged section of the com caunity to tbe absolute exclusion of the public in general. Now, I most emphatically beg to deny them any such rights, as...

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ACCOMMODATION FOR FARM LABORERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ACCOMMQDATION' FOR FARM o LABOREilS. TO THE EDUOB. . . Sir— Seeing a,, letter in your columns headed - ' Accommodation for .Farm : Laborers,' ? I ?weald.beg a short space to give a- little of my experience. Before now 1 have had' to be -cp. in the Jnpming and have tnybreakfMt, get my ? axe: ground, and be waitine.for daylight 60 go ' to work, and then, -withiJle. exception- of the ~ dinner hour, teat it till dark. ,1 quite agree with all that your cbrreepbndeat says, for it is a well. taownjfactitbat, the farm laborerdn too - ntaDytcasee ris treated more like a dog than a human -'being, -who- should be etandingr. -on - the eame platformae the farmer himself.,: After bis oaay'E wora tne laborer may xome in ana bave bia sapper, and when r&atisoveriie-jcan - . sit in the cold end of the room, 'or if be has ao more work to do he goes to i»ed, very often not1 to sleep ; what with a bard bed of straw; witb. tbe mice nibbling at it all night, and the cold wind blowing on him, ior t...

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

I^ATTRA RACKS. To be held on Monday, April 22. The following weights have been issued by Mr. H. Hughee :— nAXmCAP H1JKDLBS. Two miles. Bt.lb. stlb. Tancred _ _ 11 i Eevel _ .. 9 12 Sjlvia „ „ 10 10 Mellie _ _ 9 10 Zocks _ _ 10 8 Thunder _ _ 9 7 Graf shopper .. 10 2 FiiTnra handicap. Three-quarters of a mile. Arrow _ _ 9 8 Not Much',. ..SO Barbelle „ „ 9 8 Scandinavian _ 8 0 Lightning _ .. 8 12 Adelaide _ - 7 12 Joskin _ _ 8 9 Buttercup _ „ 7 10 Leoore _ .87 Melody _ _ 7 9 Freedom „ _ 8 2 Sensation u —77 LAURA HANDICAP. One mile and a half: Ivanboe _ _ 9 10 Joskin „ „ ? 2 Mystery - _ 9 7 Freedom _ _ 7 12 Arrow _ „ 9 6 Not Much _ _ 7 10 Barbelle _ _ S 10 Scandinavian _ 7 9 Lightning _ _ 8 7 Buttercup _ _ 7 4 Skirmisher „ _ 8 4

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S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

S.A.J.O. AUTUMN MEETING. The following are the acceptances for the GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Three-quarters ol a mile. st. lb. st lb. Cbetwynd (late Burrama _ _ 7 6 Paragon).. _ 8 10 Elizabeth Yllliera- 7 2 Aldivalloch _ 8 10 Contest _ „ 7 0 Goldetream_ _ 8 7 Simon Pure _ 7 0 Harbinger . . _ 8 3 Lady Eintore _ 6 12 Tareena _ ..8 3 Britannia _ _ 6 12 General Sarsfield _ 7 13 Enterprise _ _ 8 11 Lord John _ .. 7 12 SmallTalk- _ 8 11 The Lawyer — 7 11 Aneelmo - ..6 7 Britomarte -. _ 7 6 ADBLAICE CUP. One mile and five f urloDgc. RecaU - _ 9 8 Tareena _ _ 7 10 Stanley -, _ U o The Lawyer _ 9 7 Cbetwynd (late 8)upgard _ _ 7 7 Paragon) _ _ 8 7 Bachelor .. _ 7 '7 AldivaUoch_ - 8 7 Contest _ _ 8 12 Affluence _ ..8 0 Enterprise _ _ 6 12 Eaiblnger _ .. 7 12 Speculation ...6 7

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

SPORTING KOTE3. A very pleasmg ceremony took plase at Deenty'a Criterion Hotel on Monday evening, when a number of influential spotting men assembled to make & presentation to Mx. Thomas Jordan, aa the outcome of the recent complimentary race meeting at Eiwardstown. There were upwards of 30 gentlemen present who sat down to a well-provided table, Me. By. Hughes, the handicapper, oocupying the chair. After the loyal toasts had been given, Mr. Hughes, in highly complimentary terms, proposed tbe nealtii of tbe guest of the even ing, and in doing se expressed hia regret that Mr. John Piie and several other prominent sportsmen were unavoidably absent. Mr. Jordan, be said, wae a man wbo for 30 ye&re pa.at had bsea itiex-ti5e-2 frith rp'.-rt ȣ tn ciroer, breeder, tod trainer of r&ceboreep, and during the whole of that long period there had never been the breath of suspicion against his integrity, bat on the contrary he hid always aet an example to racing men by hia...

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WILLUNGA AND McLAREN VALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

'WILLUNGA AND McLAREN VALE KACES. The following are the handicaps for tbese races to be held at Willunea to-day : — nAHDICAF nniDLBS. One-and-a-hal! miles. St. lb. et. lb. Bevel _ _ 11 5 Barney — _ 10 5 Toby _ .. 11 0 Stilton _ _ 10 4 Arabi Bey- _ 10 IS Rover (late Chej Wallaby - _ 10 VI ter) „ _ 9 11 Midge .. - 10 11 BISTiXCB HANDICAP TROT. Two and ahalf miles. Jinnej-, scratch. Lady, 160 yds 'behind. Minnie, 60 jds. behind. Lohenerin (late Sunbeam), CHlton, 100 ' ' 300 yds. behind. WILLCSOA HANDICAP. One and a hall miles. Snapdragon _ 10 3 1 Commotion „ 8 5 Revel - - 9 7 1 Darkle (MeRie) .77 Broczewing _ 9 31 Stilton . . _ 7 7 Hies Sarah_ _ 8 12 |

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THE PENOLA RACES. [By Telegraph.] Penola, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE PENOLA RACES. [Bv Teleerapb.l ' Penola, March 27. The Penela race meeting was commenced to-day, about 500 persons being present. The racing was good, some of the finishes being very cloee. Results: — Tbial Stakes —Mr. Neil's Blueskin and Mr. Kennedy's Idea King, dead beit {the owneifi decided to divide); Mr. StioDer'e Safety, 3. Seres otbere started. Fenola Hcedles.— Mr. Nefl'a Banker, Ij Mr. Kennedy's Pacific, 2; Mr. Doyle's Sprigg, 3. The other starters ran off at the second _ fence, and Banker won as he liked, ' Penola Hasdicap. — Mr. Eobinson'a Viator, 1; Mr. Robinson's Young Agent, 2; Mr. Height's Modesty, 3 Seven starters. Selling Rack— Mr. Canker's Nimrod, 1 ; Mr. Smith's Highland Mary, 2 ; Mr. Rabin bob'b Tiger, 3. ? Five started. Nimrod was bocgbt in for £22. Flikg Handicap —Mr. Height's Modesty, 1 ; Mr. Smith's Collich-Fravoicb, 2. ; Mr. Overhue's Archduke. 3. Eight started. The cum of £120 passed through the totalizator. The races will be resumed to morrow.

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JAMESTOWN ACCEPTANCES. [By Telepraph.] Jamestown, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

JAMESTOWN ACCEPTANCES. [By Telegraph.] Jamestown, March 22. The following are the acceptances for the Jamestown races -. — Jauxsiown Handicap.— Mack, Simpleton, Myttery, Mic&wber, Freedom, Arrow. Hubdles,— Jerry Sneak, Poet, Simpleton, Nellie. Steeplechase. — Lisnarane, Jerry Sneak, Tanered, Sweep, Nellifl. Fabm£bs* Fcbse —Vision. Mask, The Barb, Conw&y, Sting, Ruby, Queen ot Hearts, fttesEsge, Adeline, Nellie Bright, Commercial, Jump, Basot, Maridale. I,. * i.

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THE KAPUNDA RACES. [By Telegraph] Kapunda, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE KAPUNDA RACES. [By Telegraph] Kannnda. March 26. The following are the acceptances for the Kapuoda races : — Light Stakes.— Harangue, rhiltie, Welling ton, Joker, (Sundown, Salisbury, Richmond. BrEDLKs.— Deceiver. Nellie, Sir Joseph, Simpleton, Don Qaixote, Joker, Clipper. Handicap. — Native, Arrow, Comet, Steelbit, Micawber, Bachelor, Bonnie Boon. Steeple. — Receipt, Sir Joseph, Tamanack. Daybreak, Sweep, Sundown, Clipper. Hailway Stakes. — Arrow, Comet, Steelbit, Simpleton, Bachelor, Lancer, Bonnie Doan, Salisbury.

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