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Horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

horticulture* GARDENING FOR THE WEES. The Plains. Flower Gabden. — Sow at intervals seeds of hardy annualB aad perennials. Should ahowera of rainB fall evergreens may be transplanted ; in doing this care should be taken to have the holeB quite ready to receive the shrubs before commencing to take them up. It will be found that the subsoil at thia season of the year is very dry ; to give the shrubs a chance to grow a few canB of water should be poured into each hole before the shrub is placed in position, then when the hole is half filled with Boil another good watering should be given, after which eome more drv earth should ba filled in to within three inches of the surface of tbe bolder. It may be left open thus to catch any rain that may fall before the digging time arrives, when they may be filled to the level of tbe surrounding ground. Any pe- reuniais that were raised early may be planted out, and they will bloom muoh earlier than those ecern now. In sosviag fiower seede of any...

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Sporting News. RACES TO COME. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

^porting Heto0. RACES TO COMB. April. 3.— Karraccorte Races. 3.— Kapunda Bates. Bonunatioce, March 15.; w?it'hts, March 19 ; acceptances, March 26. £0 —Polo Olub Races. Hutriee, April 12 ; weights, April 15. 22 —Laura Races. Nominations. March 12 ; weights, ISarch 26 ; acceptances, April 9. 22.— OctapsriDea Kaces. Weights, March 21 ; accept arices, April 4 ; general entries, April 16. ?21— Blir.man Races. 25 —Southern ClDb Races, StraUialbyn. Nomina tioiii--. April 4 ; wti^hce, Apnl 11 ; acceptances, Apjij 18. - Mat. 3 — Harrscoorte'Rices. «, «, 11.— S.A J.O. tt&cee. Kominatione, March 12; writhtp, April '23 ; acceptances, April 10 and April SO. IS. S4, 26- ARC Queen's Birthday Meetiog. Koiuir.atioiis, March 12 and May 7 ; weights, -Iay 20 and 24 ; bcceptencfs, May 16 and 22. Jcxe 6. 7.— Eirdsvl!!e Eaces. 20 .— Trantconl5neni.al Clubs Races, VV'airina. Mg ruiratici;e, Ap«il 20 ; acceptances, June 3. SEPrKKBER. 2, 7.-S.A.J.C. Races.

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

'So you have my daughter'? permission to ask me for her hand, have you, yonn? man ?' 'I— I am happy tu eay, bit, that 1 bave,' re plied tbe poor but worthy youtb. 'And I suppose,' said tbe wealthy banker, after a panne, ' you have also asked her to name the dfry. About what time, air, do yoa except tJ to break into the family V Korsford's Acid Phosphate IJSFAHTS NEW ESKBGT TO THE BBAIN, giving the ieelinR and sense of increased intel lectual power. 84&iu8x89 Baldness may be prevented, and a thick growth oi hair stimulated by the use of Ayers Hair Vigor. This preparation also restores- the natural eckir to grey La it., and r6oderi- it soft.

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

IT-HAS^SEVER'BEEN QUES TltlKBD. : IT: NEVER~WILL BE. ? Tfie-pbwgr of ST. f AGO BS: OIL to give re lief and effect a cure in all cases for which it ia a specified remedy has never been called in question. The many thousands of endorse ments it has received are the best' proof of its value, and it is past doubt the best all-round domestic remedy that' can possibly be kept in tbe home, whether the some' be a palace or Bbephetd's hut. FOR A CERTAINTY ST. JACOBS OIL DOTH CURE RHEUMATISM NkUBALGIA SPRAINS and STRAINS, Wherever they may be, and is of surprising reputation in all muscular painB, and as a: means of treatment for all the MINOR ACCIDENTS which are of daily occurrence in the house hold. Try it and you will be convinced. It is Bold by all wholesale and retail druggists and chemists. THE WATERBURY WATCH. Because the Waterbury is the cheapest time keeper in the world, don't think it can ba abused, oriB only ' a watch good enough for children.' Treat it as you would one costing 10 ...

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

. ? ; ? TO1 »EB B&HOB. - Sir— I am glad Gp'see-th&t something is to hs . ?-?? dose -to bave the sentencer of .'seven years' v~ : awaided to Sdiha' Oockiag' reduced. ' I do notf ; wish .to defend ber eondact.'wbich.deBerTai .---» pbnJEhmenti bat; I' am. - sore .that. cvsry rights . tti&kisg person will agree with: me when.' I . , say, that, the , sentence ?' was 'too -severei ? The 'girl- *a8'; sedncfed, by ^a rnan who. nob 'only was too 'rcean to. supp«*' histtbild, hnt actually. .^fter the go««reatar« ;.- wad driven, to Ie*d6 life .of ahtkam'toorr»w6d- - raoney rrom ner eaunea Bysm.?- uos law does . . Dot punifih snofa feruteB;-arid'ttibngk;no ons thonld take the' law into . oia own liandB ihere is an excuse ior.the womap who.-ander a bittes - - sense of her great wrong,1, eoaghfrjio. jmnudiithe .- man whobad.TuiHed toriife;'- Sacha seatenee -? - defeata its own object, and instead Of actinjir as ? - a deterrent must have a contrary- effect..! sincerely, hop...

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

THE MODERN EXCELSIOS. ' Tbe gfcades of night were falling fsst, As tbiough a western -village past A youth, who bore 'mid snow and ice A baim6r witb that old device— St. Jacobs oil ! 1 In bappy homes he saw the light : Of household fires gleam warm and bright ; ! Old men, bfefore the kitchen fire, ' E.ubbed^6tiff 'joints with that pain defier — L St. Jacob's oil ! . , ' Try not the pass !' the maiden cried ; ?* Youil freeze to death before you've tried !'. ; ' Pikes Peak or bast !' made answer he ; St. Jacobs oil !' : ' And should I ohance to sprain my knee | No harm from that can come to me ; ? I'll wrap it- in' thiE. healing band 1 Of all-wool home-made flannel and St: Jaedba 6il I31 ; 'Spraine; rhetunatism; quinsy, gout. Backache, neuralgia — all * play out ;' ' Burns, ecalds, and frosted feet- and braises Are nothing to the man who uses St. Jacobs oil !' , ' Beware of counterfeits,' he cried ; Beware of wolf in mutton's hide ! .' Bewareof everyone but me, f ' And that old German...

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THE CASE OF SELINA COCKING TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE CASE OF SELINA CaCKlNQ TO THE EDITOB. ' Sir — Ae I Bee from- your paper* that '- move-. ' * resent' is on foot to have the case of- SeKn& ~ Cocking reconsidered, with a view of her -sen- '? ' tente being shortened, I «end yon the following, taken- trom the -Chrlstixea.-WorM df 'J'ebrtiary '- ? : 14 s— ' In London a woman wasf ?chargBd jmta.:^ ' tbrbwing vitriol over her huHband and ayoman.^ - Asi ebe bad received great {arorocaboa, rtiia '-, ???, judge only sentenced her- to .12 iaont&a' bud .-*. . -: labor.?'. Sorely it would JbB worth awhile after - this for the - judge- who -'sentenced ^SeBhe , ' l Coikiftg1 to reconsider iis deplorable dedsiba.'. . ' — lam, &C.;' ' ' ? ' ' '.-'?? ' k 7 : ' ' ? : '. L'Ki'-' ' : Appaa-:March26,4SS9r- . ?'?-'.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

? The births rejtistsied in South Australia r?rrr- ' ing the month of February numbered 0?3, uar.kicp tbe total for- the year 1.515. Tlie deaths totalled S24, bringing the number for tte year «pto-752i The phief onuses or dei'h were dFsentfry (29), phthisis (18), ind' enter. c fever (17). - To cancer 15 psraona succumbed, ' Angle ? Auptralian' thus ivriSas in the JLnrcpcan Mail .— TD8 Kev. t , H aeuegs, t&a . ?wt-ll-knownLocdcftiGongrsgationaHst-inmidter, wiil leave for his new-poet in ArfeUide in April, fiftf r tbe marriage of hi? d.ii-shtr.r to * brolher of Mits Mary Da'ria. the welJ-kaowa einger. Mr. Ha&inge intends tt- take mo&t at bis hotieehr.Id goods witUhim, and be is quite right, for tenon of his f arniture is alocosc ia vaicable. Mr. Hastings bp.s been a great traveller, acd he has picked up much cf his fureiture in mai-y differeiit parts cf the world. St. Petersburg, rtp&ia, the Holy Land,- and other ? countries have been called into his as...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 28. PROCLAMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thcesdat. JVIabch 28. peoclajiatioks, Settfrg apart land at Ely to and Port Piria for itertatitn tesetves. pioelaimine-Meniugie a school district, applying the Police Act to the oistrict of Prospect, abottciung quarantine grounds Nos. 15 ana 16. APPOQflliKSiS. Patrick Singleton to be- bailiff o? the Local Court at Burrsndie. Mr. William Atkinson, mounted constable, to be bailiff of the Local Court at Murray Bridge, vice M.CJ. PhilKpfc resigned. Mr. James Warnesj bailiff of the T Local Court, Terowie,' to be also bailiff of the Local Ccurt at Petersburg. Mr. Peter Thornton, mounted constable, to be bailiff of the Local Court at Boidertosra, vice ; Atkinson, resigned. Mr. Henry Oglander Creswell to be baiUff of tfce Xiocal Court at Xjaorn, vice Hogan, re bigced. John Kudall, Esquire, S.M., to be return ing-officer for the ? tltctorftl -district ' of New castle, vice Donaldson,- resigned. ??? BESIGKATIONS. The resignations of Gabrge Edward Gibbes and Cbarles August ...

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SQUARE MILE AND MILE SQUARE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SQUARE MILE AND MILE SQUARE. ... _ TO IBM KDITOB. bir— I again respeotfully suggest that the Bhorteet and beat answer to your persistent stupid enquirers re above will be—' Square mile or miles mean only measure; mile or miles equare mean only boundary.'— I- am, '*, _, R. G. SY5TOND3. FIiEtkrt-ttFett, March 25, lc£9.

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SALE OF PASTORAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SALE OF PASTORAL LEiSES. A sale of pastoral leases was held st the Land Office on- Thursday mornicg, but not much interest was taken in the 'proceedings. Some 68 lots in all were offered, containing 5,171 -square miles, but only two lots, con taining 451 square miles, were disposed of, Mr. Fbilbpson being the purchaser at a rental of £HS 7*. Sd., being an average of 5b. Sd. per square mile. The following were the lots dis posed of : — 'North of Lake Hope— Lot 201, fromer lease S124, 277 square miles ; and- Lske Short— Lit 205. former lease -3117, 174 equate miles, E, Phillipson, at 5a. 3d.- psr square mile. MISCELL4XE0rS DSiSFS. A 6s!e of misceilaaeocs leases for grazing a i-d cultivation parpnees was also held, when 5 lot?, containing 865 acies/vrere offered. Only cue lot in the hundred of Coorong. being lot A., ?cith «a area of 300 acres, vrke disposed of to T. McCailum, at a rental of 80s.

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

AVESLETAN CHURCH AT TUMBY. TO THE SDHOB. . Sir— Mr. Rlillikan would have done wisely before appearing in print nnder the above heading in to-day's Advertiser, . to have made himBelf master of the facts about which be writes. In the first place he seems to confound the clergyman who ? solemnised a certain mar riage with your correspondent, who reported tbe blatter to you. I claim to be tbe former, but,' as yon will corroborate me, deny having been the latter. Next, Mr, Millikan is greatly mistaken in supposing that the Tumby Chapel belongs to the Wesleyan Church. It was built by the inhabitants of the district for the purpose of holding religious services by all denominations, and I have a perfect right to nee it for &Dy euch purpose whenever I like. Independently of all thiB, I cannot help think leg that if Mr, Millikan had employed part of the last tbree weeks in studying the, to him, objectionable term ' Trinity Chapel' ha ' would have discovered that in all probability yc...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [From this Government Gazette. March 28.] . [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

IfilPOUKDINGS. [From the Government Gazette. March 28.] . ANGLE VALE, Robert Burt— Young re I etetr,- mixed with a few brindJe stripes. To be eold Aprils.- Bay mare, 6tar and snip on cose,1 near bind 'foot white, collar mark, also » few white hairs bebind De»r ear, indistinct brand on tear shoulder. To be sold. April 22. UNLEY, Gecrge TVtcGowan— Bay colt, like M - ff shoulder ; »bout tiro years old. To be sold April 15 - Bay -rr.are, white down face, white i-n legs, blotcned bruad on off aaoulder, shots od, poor. To be sold April 1. fcOUTH-TEERACE, ADELA.IDE, P. F. leteMon — CheEnut horse, eho i, — over £ near thcuJder. To be sold April 23. NORWOOD, I. Abraham— White inrse, ehod all round. To be bold iMitrob 30. WOODVfLLE Vv'EST, H. T. J. iilatthews — ISice 6he?p. To be Hold April 1, FTrKNEEt, hundred Kennion, Archibild Grant-^Bay boi-be, 6tar on foretieacl, off hip down, like HD confined near- shoulder ; roau aud whife heifer, like C triangle 1 uff riba, '?swallow off far, back not...

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MR. E. W. HAWKER, M.P. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

! MR. E. W. -HANKER, MP. - . I ' TO TEE EBITOB. : Sirrr-For a fair specimen of a young South -,, Acfetralian pessimiBt and croaker «ommead cne t^ to Mr. E. W. Hawker, M- P., ?whoae««peeobr««' -' the Boyal Colonial Institate was mentioned m .- - x(-\ r mornusg'8 ierae. I anddtherfl;T»ngravD lat^jbu-on your excellent enUleadef on ,'ths. ,, - master, and I' wilLgladly-^ubgcribe'inytshacer' i .? to bave it telegraphed to England -in ixteneo'-- ? wife « view ot Bhcwing the English tmblic that-' ' Mb. Hawker is. not the mouthpiece of the:- , . majority of South AUBtraliana in thruBtingr.hJs. - : - peefiimistic views before the Boyal Colonial;, .-, InEtitnte. .? It is simplyi «hamefalTthat--an$. , ? whbEe family, bavei attained -? wealtti- ^n t ^ tbe! colony should be so -xmgratefal -.and - .* unpatriotic as to wilfully abuse. an opportunity:. .-; which banoighthaVeenibraced-BOOiiportanely, -.-; aoa without beingwptimiatic = have told of ooi .:'. magnificent -. territory^ and vast lesoarwB...

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WEEKLY RAINFALL RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

WEEKLY RAtiSFALL RETURN. The foilowipg showa the quantity of rainfall at the undermentioned-stations for the week ending at 9 a.m. on Thursday. -Mar oh 28 :— A'jce Springs „ {C07C1 Port Darsin _ O'lOO Barrow Creek _: C-005- 'Part EUiston _ 0 020 Cape Korthumb'l'd 0 03'J Port' Lincoln ^ 01)60 EucJa _ 1 6' 780|Robe _ _ : OfllO Fowler'eBay ^' -rsbO' Southport _ . _- p-550 fciiUieent .: ?- -i. .0020 Stratnalbyn _ p*30 ilount Gamisier _ 0t51 Streaky Bay „ O-510 One-of 'the most vitaable^worka of reference upon thg colonies is the 'Australian Hand book,' published anntfally by Messrs. Gordon »tdX3otchVbf Mel&3iirne, W6 hav« received from Mr. H. Hatnprcfl, the Adelaide-agent, a copy of the iBsue tor 1889,- which fully main tains the reputation which its predecessors ;have gained for this. publication. This. is the twentieth «3ition: of tbe handbook, 'fena it bss 'been carefully cbrrecttd down totteiatestpoa sible dates, great care being exercised to pre serve perfect accuracy in tb...

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HUNDRED OF CAMERON AND PORT WAKEFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

H^SDKED OF CAMERON AND POBSyr WAKEFI8LD DISTRIG?' COUNCIL;. IO THE EDITOR. - Sir— ;I have «o doubt afcoat theBoandneaa.oi Mr:. Kimben'eintell*ot,anid;-thinkit mBre sound than that -of i' LoctoeL'- il also! thina that Sir*- - Kiniber knbwe 4hp .geography of , Cameron better^han fiiochitir^ dSeBaaitothe distance' of ibDuntiarjl fiom Sort WakeQeld and Saaw- , town. - I w6ujd like to ask 'Loc^uel' howhe go( the iBajorety .of, patepayera. supposing h^, haii got theb^ to sign' iua .memorial; was-.i it by; fair play i or otherwise ? I know Borne -were -got; -by : false statements. . Several people to my . knowledge were told '. that they were almost the .only ones i who had „ - not Binned it. wherara vnv f«-™ h«ri- /!„„« nn . I know. of one is particular, who signed and die . not &n(j-w what- he ' was signing, and I ' be] i6ve'-he is not the only one by a good many^ ,1 ihick. ' Lbcfci^l' iwili find by the {memorial. - , .wLpcb^iB. pnepared i that Cameron people .in , : . geeeral-ar...

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General News. THE LATE FIRE AT THE COFFEE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

General = Jteto0. THE LATE FIRE AT TOE OOFFEB PALACE. The enquiry into the cause of the recent Era at tbe Oufiee Palace, Hundley-street, was re sumed by the city coroner (Dr. Whittell) at his office, King William-street, on Thursday. Mr. Latblean appeared for Mr. fiambly, the owner of tbe Coffee Palace, Superintendent. Booker for the Fire Brigades Board, Detective Sergeant Upton for the police, and Messrs. Yuill and DeUean for the insurance companies interested, . Jobn Smith was working at the Coffee Palace on the night of the fire and slept ,on the pre mises, in the same room as Goodfellow. Went to bed at 10.30 p.m., but was not awake when his room mate retired. Between 3 and half past 3 o'clock was aroused fay his com panion, who eaid the place waa on £ra. Got up, dresBed, a&d went to the kitchen door, where he Baw flames coming into that room from the pantry. Saw nothing banting in the kitchen. Tried to save Borne of the things in the house, but made no attempt to extingu...

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Correspondence. (For other Correspondence see page 19.) THE KING'S BLUFF GOLD MINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

€me3pmibmt£. Ucr other. Correspondence s& page 29.). THE KING'S BLCfFP GOLQ JSISE. IQ 1HB BDHOB-. Sir— Having noticed a report in The Adver tiser last week by yoor-speoial reporteron the-. King's Blufi. gold. minej situated- near Olaty, as one of the promoters of the tauia ,1 cennot ; refrain, out of jastdoe to the mine, from con*.' tradictipg certain statemeBts made; i. agree i with him that the mine waa very 'badly .- managed from the Btart, money being plsntifal . - and judgment Bc&rce ' but I practically know that there is gold contained in payable qqan tities in stone that, baa been raised and treated by different batteries. ? As high as 3 oz., and not below -1 oz , has been- obtained - trom different ^parcels of stone -at different ?itofs, the amount of stone in all beiug about . 50 tons, to my knowledge, .- And etill after this : unfavorable report I would undertake *o raise . 2. similar quantity -of payable ore hi a. very ? pbort period -or I would -forfeit £...

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

URAIDLA, Maech 25.. A public -meeting was held in the Uraidla Institute Hall- on Saturday .evening, March 23, ? to consider matters referring to the removal of tbe police permanently from the district. Mr. Robert Cobbtedick, who presided, stated that no anBwer had been given to the -last deputa tion or to the petition sent to the Government respecting the closing of the police station in the district, and the meeting expressed strong disapproval of the conduct of the Government in the matter.- Messrs. Stacey, Wilcox, Arthur, Trenorden, Phillips, Wickham, and Leverton addressed : the meeting. , Mr. Phillips, who acted . as secretary^ prepared a memorial for presentation to toe U&iet Secretary in tavor ot keeping the station open, Several sig natures were obtained. A resolution waa paeEed Etrongly condemning the treat ment.- the last memorial had received. The matters, of the formation of an agricultural bureau, the light-weight bread sold by bakerBj the injury jammakers did t...

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ARRIVAL OF BISHOP KSNNION FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ABRIVAL OF- BISiTOi? KSNNION FfiG'M'ESGLAJSD. Dr KeEnion (Anglican Biahop of Adelaide) returned to South Australia by the OneaS nail steamer Cuzco; wiiieh reached ?- liirgs Bay earJy on Thursday ' morning. Sirs. Reunion accompanied ' him, whilst- his chaplain, the Rtv. B. C.' Stephensoa, and Canon French and -Archdeacon Morsa were passengers E by the sama vessel. l)ean Marry at (vicar-general) &ad a' large number of the cleigy oi the dioceea and several- laymen went off tu the steamer early in - the - morsiag, and aflpr t.rin nectKaarifo hearts welcomes had been gone through thty breakfasted with nis lord ship in the saloon. Tben the party took the launch for ihe jtity. and the bishop and Airs, Eennion catsjjQt tee P. 15 train for towe. Fion Kortn-tt-nace they were, driven to Bishop's Court, North Adelaide. B:t.br-p Kennion ei preB^ss himself as having been mash bent-fitdd by bis trip. He reached Albany a little' over a fortnight nso in the best of health. Then he went overl...

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