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Intercolonial. THE RECENT GALES AT SAMOA. Sydney, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Intercolonial. THE RECENT GALES AT SAMOA. Sydney, March S. Particulars are to hand regarding the recent destructive gales at the Samoan group, during which the German schooner Matanata and the American brigantine Constitution went ashore, and became total wrecks. The achooner Tama^ese also drifted on shore, bat was afterwards got off without much damage. The Ger man gunboat Eber had a very narrow escape, and some of the other war vea3els at Apia were placed in dangerous posi tions, and experienced some rough handling. The schooners Matalva and Paipaata went ashore at Malipanaa, the first-named becoming a total wreck. Great damage was done on the inlands.

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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MARCH 14. [Before Mr. W. R. Wigley, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LOCAL COURT— ADELAIDE. Thueeday, Mabch 14. I Before Mr. W. E. Wigley, S.\£.l ! C. 'j. Guek v. G. F. H. Daxisls. -£3 IS i. i due for calls on 312 shares ia the Horning Star i South Gold Mining Company. Mr. A. Dariee . for the plaintiff aad Mr. Hump for the de I ftcdeot. Defendant besides denying debt . alleged that the company mentioned was j registered in accordance witb the piovieione of the Mining Companiee Act, 1£61. and the Acts amending tbe eaose. Tbe official register showed tbat the name cf Ban-6i, tbe correct. ' E&rce cf tbe defeadani, wee entered se Darned, fcut rctEtquentij altered w. tte r&bt e-pe.ii.tg, Btiendatt'e ccrjseel arpsed that not the person who held tbe bh&rea but the one whose name appeared on the register should be ssed ; that there wae no right to alter tbe register ; that the register was not evidence, as it did not contain certain particulars, such ae the amount, date, and year. Mr. Daviea said this was a cltrical error and the plai...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey.] CITY OF ADELAIDE LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY v. THOMAS BENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Fkiiiay. Ma-r^h 15. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bundey, 1 Cm op Adelaide Land and iNVESTJiBsr Company v. Thomas Best. The Attorney General (Hon. C. C. Kingston, Q.C) for tbe guarantors; Sir John Downer, Cj.C, Ut. J. H. Symon, Q C, and Mr. E. P. Npsbit for the plaictifis; and Mr. H. E. Downer, with MeBerB. Grundy and Solomon, for the defendant. Thie wae an aotion to recover £150,000 damages for breach cf an agreement dated Ai:gutt 27, 1SSS. rAhe hearing was continued from the previous day. His Honor Ff.id be de«in-rl to bear counsel on the point ci rele.rriug the matter in dispute to tbe Master. He wished to avoid making a precedent in the case and to follow the practice of the court. Sir John Downer said there was no principle involved. It wae purely a matter of practice, and the court would be adopting its own pre cedent if it used its discretion in deciding it apart from the practice of the English courts. A reference to the Master would mean an ex pensive enquiry into a lot of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Take Ayer'e Pil!e and be cured. Misery is a mild word to describe t.he sufftrioga of body md niod, camtd by hfibit'.ial coDRtipatiop. A moderate uee cf Ayer;s Fi:ie w.ii invsritbiy ; regulate tl.e bowtle, 7-iaii-*!;7o {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS ^^aoaste^ . An nai-rereallT *&?] , 1JfTC H Vl^fc. mitted to be worth JrZ\*Zl*l*^ a. Gnim* a Box for fit*?^ ^S5£3i Bfliouis and Nervous iWy \iK% Disorders Bach ft* /S7/ V* \ WindandPaminth* l$ff ' ? ' -VVL\ Stomach, 8ickHead.«; IW p * TITMT \ '»N I *&'-? Giddiness, Fnl^ Id I DM I ^ f»J after Heals, Dba?; IP I '??»??-*? / n I negs and Drowsiness,' 1hJ\ . , /Si Cold CMIIr, Flushing* VJ5\ /ft?/ -* Keat. Loss oZ Ap~: \\-\ 7*!**9 petite, bhf-'.tiifcES of V«i--v .^y-^S 15rea-.h, Co^i^or.essv' XT4^=-V &jf Bmrvy B.;i3yuiatched ^2 l(g/$l*y5r on the . Kk-a, Di»» ^**^^^ turued Sleep, iMght Wv ITervous and TremtH Kng Sensations, Ac. T^eiSrstdow will give relict in twenty minutes. i ETerr aiifferer ie efirnerfly inTited to try oav boxofU»MoEill«wMlweywiUbB»ctnowledgedtob^ WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of aa eges theee Pflle are inrtIUdbl«L tB a few doses o: them carry oil all hamours»amx bring abont nil that is required. No female ...

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THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE B.O0SE. ' Laundhx Polish foe Shieis, Collaes, Ceres, &c— Uiasolve on a slow fire one ounce of white wax -and two. ounces of spermaceti with oneJarge tableBpoonful of salt. Torn into .« wet cap to cool. Make boiled starch as usual, 'cooking slowly for 20 minutes, and for every tablespoonful of dry starch used pot in a lump of the preparation the size of a cherry. Use no cold starch, and do not sprinkle. When . the starched pieces are dried lay them in a wet towel for two. hours, and then with a rough, polithing-irpn bring out .the .gloss. To Eestobe On-CLom.— Melt half an ounce ? of beeswax in a flaucetof turpentine.. Bab tha nnrfuia oil oVAT UnfcYl it:. - A.nf1 -*nVi -£«i Orirlt -«. *)??«? cloth, When flatirons become rusty black them with stove polish, and rub well with a dry brush. - J - . Dough -Num— Rub a quarter of a pound oi butter, into-a -$6uBd of flour, then add -fiva QCBces of sugar, two eggs, about a dessert spoonful. of yeaat, and sufficient milk to maka it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

-., ;¥l\e dl|kffey Sro^.' Sn^tfaliaii Ifrigktioi] dolo^ie^ : ^^^ ? ?iiijimii ? ^pi^^ W& I O I ^^^i Jsr ^ie Town with all the advantages of Country Life. It ! I of the Practical Horticulturist. It never grows monotonous or P«^.^j*«i.jiji.llia»j™M™«™i--T^^ tiresome. You are always finding Something New to interest you. I i&t ****? i£& S 5 ES^ 4&$-- 1 -gjjsgg^^^^^^gai^ The oldest gardeners are the greatest enthusiasts. Ask any Man Lu,^^^^.,^^,^^^^ it up. If he became a millionaire he would still stick to the study of ; I ^P^ /^ J plants and their habits. It is a scientific amusement, having recom fejSBffi^g^B^p^gg^ g IJ^&^&iylS @S mendations such as no other form of recreation can offer. It benefits THE IRRIGATION COLONY SYSTEM ALSO GIVES YOU A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. 1 .1 1 ? ^ .^U» %? ,Am ? OaJ _k a4» ttm I ?*? rfa ^J ? ? ? ' ft '''''^ ^?IHPP^^^^OT only does the Settler in an Irrigation Colony find his Land rapidly increase in value, ris...

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Selected Poetry. THE VOICES OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

§decteb ftoetrjx THE YOICifiS OF THE DEAD. ? The voices of the dead ! How etcapgely they pursue us, On highways 01 in byways, wherever we are led; Though in fiott and gentle accents They always whisper to us, Yet louder than the living are the voices of the dead. . The voices of the dead, ! - To oot batter selves appealing, ?'? Aimctaeh n^afijd auge as to forsake the evil ??- way; -'? ? ? Their thought of as and care of us, ou tenueiiy xeveaiiDg. That often for their Bakes alone we cease t j go astray, Myeterionely they come. Oar nsemoiies to o^iickrn, 'When the present would beguile as from re membrance cf the past. And underneath the smiles Tbe teata begin to thicken, All the bright horizon with a cloud is overcast. Sometimes they come to woo Gar hearts *w»y from sadness ; To apeak of brighter promises and hopes to ba fulfilled ; And over ns there steals A senna of peace and gladness, .And all tbe tumult and the fears tormenting ua ate stilled. Tbe voices of the dead Keproach ns, ...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

iHit Enb fjttntar. Alwavs beaten in a band contest — Tae dinm. If twenty grains mike a scruple, what will icske adonbt? ' Let us be collected,' as the water rate said to the income tax. Something which takes rather a big draught to quench— One's thirst for gold, A newspaper speaks of a man who was fatally icjored while attempting co commit euicide. A Yankee has invented a patent safety ) alloon. Just as tha aeronaut is about to 1 ecend the balloon burst*. The most conscientious mm we ever heard of is one who will allow no musical instru ment in his house except an upright oiano. Teacher — 'What does s-e-e spstl?' Boy — 'Dunno.' Teacher — ?? Why, wfiit do I do with my eyes V Boy — 'Squint.' Guest — 'Will you give m? a little champagne!' Hibernian Waiter— 'Shucn-- pane, sor? Bedad, I've had none meseli this two hours !' Bystander (to excited Scot, whoee friend had been run over)—*' Not a near relative, I hope, Eir.' Scot — ' Na — but — he has on a pair o' m» creeks -' Husband — 'Did y...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. (Published by special arrangement with the author. Ail rights reserved.] BOOK II.—AFTER A LONG LAPSE CHAPTER XLVI.—A MAD ATTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

BLACK BliOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. By GEORGE MANY1LLE FEKN, Author of 'Tne Master of the Ceremonies,1 *'3Ms'Man'e Wife,'' ' The Barton o' Dum fotd,' &&, to. [Published by 6peclal arrangement with the author. All tights reserved.] BOOK EL— AFTER A LONG LAPSE Chapiee XIiYL — A Mad Ahexikc JNature was stronger than art — that is to say, art in the form known as education or etiquette. - .-' ? ' ?- The latter joined hands with. Haldst's maiden ehrickiDg, and bade her flee for her* reputation's sake — escape into- the ' houBe before it was too late. But nature held her fixed to the spot, with her cheeks flushing, her heart; beating violently, and a something within her almost forcing her to raise her hands and throw herself on the speaker's breast. ... But - ehe mastered that . inclination, though she could do no more. It required all the force left to her, and she could only stand there trembling as the deep toned voice whispered ' Forgive me.' t There was a pause, and then ...

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Ladies' Column. OUR LADIES' NEWS-LETTER. London, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

WftbitB Column. OUJ& LADIES' NEWSLBTrER. rFrnm nnr T.r.tfv CorrasDcndent.1 London, January 2u. ' The Empress Frederick and her daughter i are staying a few days in London before ;a loining the Queen at Osborne. Her Imperil! Majesty has recovered eome of her old spirits whilst at Sandringham. The free country life which the Prince and Princess of Wales lead in their country home and the cheerfulness which reigns in the family circle are just suited to tbe Imperial widow's present Btate of health and spirits. There is great consternation in the mind* of playgoer^ anent the indisposition of Mr. Henry Irving, who within a fortnight of his opening tbe Lyceum and nis impersonation or tne Thane of Cawdor finds his throat unequal to the strain necessitated, and has by the advice of Sir Morell Mackenzie gone to Brighton to recruit, and left Mr. Hermann Vezinto supply his place in town. Tbe public mind is divided as to the merits of Miss Ellen Terry's Lady Macbeth. Much depends on the...

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Literature. TWICE TRIED. [[?] by special arrangement with the authoress. All rights reserved.] CHAPTER III.—THE NEW MEMBER OF THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

literature. TWICE TRIED. Ey ANNIE S SWAN, Authoress of 'Aldereyde,' 'Oarlowrie,' ?' Acroes her Path,' ' Sundered Hearts, '&c, [Fublitted by t pedal arrangement with the authoress, ill rights reeetvtd.l Chapter III. — The New Membee of the Household. It bad been an uncomfortable, unsoci able meal. Mr. Angus had done hta best to keep Tip the conversation and had been affable and talkative far beyond his wont. . It-was necessary, perhaps, for Robert did jior appear to be Jo the most amiable of snoods, and was certaily cot conspicuously courteous to the guest at fais father's table. ;: That, however, did not at all discompose ' Mr. Rolfe Raneome ; quite the reverie ; he seemed iio eojoy & He had arrived .at Anchengray that afternoon, Mr. Angus having driven him In from Strathbiane, -where he bad been on business. Of -late iad been numerous and pressing. People . wtre- beginning to remark upon the fre . quent appearance of his horse and trap hi tte neighboring town, and t...

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LONG ODDS. (Published by special arrangement with the authoress. All rights reserved.] CHAPTER IX.—JOHN BRAMTON'S EYES ARE OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

LONG ODDS. By HAWLEY SMART. Author of 'Breezie Langton,' 'A False Start,' 'Cleverly Won,' &c, &c. [Published by special arrangement with the authoress. All rights reserved.] Chapter IX. — John* Bkamtoh's Eyes aee Opened. No man could be more profoundly Ig norant of racing matters than Mr. Bramton. He would as soon have*thought of reading Horace In the. original as the sporting intelligence in the newspapers, and would have understood aB mnch about the one as the other ; but John Bramton'a trading instincts were much too quick not to see that Damocles was a very valuable colt. ' What the horse might be worth he had no conception, but be had not been buying and selling all his life not to feel perfectly sure that neither Mr. Skinner nor Lord Ranksborow had bid him full value. About the declining of Mr. Skinner's offer, he had no doubt bub that Lucy had persuaded him to do rightly; but the earl's was quite another matter. He felt pretty sure 'that the fifteen hundred wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

2Sfc! Smperial aaEboritxe? have yielded to the xecmexiisaadeby the Goversaiettt in the case cf Cfeneral Downee. iaBt week h» Excellency the Ae^»S'^orerS0C focwardeds cabtegratQ to ' Eneland - «ettinp out the objection of the 60 Ternment X- &* dedeipn at the W«Office, and ' at half-part * o clock on Sunday morning a reply was re&^^-^^^tlterasignation of the seneral \*»s*d not be instated upon, out : tof.-ttat whiJe be ten^^f1 » hie gte9e^tjpoea&-h r ^Sewouia not fee p^Oisttted todrjawiis pjension. ''? *#e are enre tfeirt*b«\Pa*?*IcatKH« «* tfaie iofcr 'S-jrortiori will be-sese?wS with muck satfo&cMan' ' :J&rmghont- the ctmxL-s-iUr, -and «ep«gajiy.: '^^eo»g the xnembm 6f :tbe»^f?!i?fff aad vy?5!- .. ? _ :. ?? ... ... - ?»

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Archery. ADELAIDE ARCHERY CLUB. MAURITIUS AND NEW ZEALAND MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

^rjcuerg. ADELAIDE ABCHERY CLUB. MATJHITIU8 ASDKEW ZEALAND MATCHES. In consequence of difference of climate the (tooting for the sixth match with the H&nri- tiuB Archery Society and contest between the Adelaide Archery Club, the Canterbury Archery Club of New Zealand, and the Mauritius Archery Society, for the highest . champion ecore of the south took place at different dates, the scores of each event being: kept sealed in the hands of the several umpires ontil all three dabs had competed. The Mauritius season being earlier than ours, that club shot off on September 15 last, en the grounds «f Lady Liuisa Hall, at the Villa Mofca. The Adelaide club shot off on the Old Adelaide Racecourse on iNovemrjer u, one rougn ana sscrtny ?sreatber prevented the Canterbury club from eomirjg into the field ' to try conclusions until February 16. It was originally proposed that the match should be triangular, bat the Canterbury club having recently lost -come of their beet Bhrits could not...

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COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT TO HERR SCHRADER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT TO HERB, SCHIUDER. The complimentary concert tendered to Here H. Schrader at the Town Hall on Friday evening was one of the ossfc and moat attractive musical entertainments that has been given in Adelaide for some time past. Abont ISO performers took part in it, and this fact alone speaks volumes for the popularity of the beneficiare. Herr Schrader has had to relinquish the practice of his profession in Adelaide on account of ill-health here, but he has many friends in the metropolis of 'Victoria, and there is no doubt that he will in Melbourne have lull scope for his varied talents, and be a very valuable member of their n.usical circle. He was specially en gaged as a leading violinist for the Exhibition concert orchestra, and he has been nominated for tbe conductorahip of the permanent orchestra which is how being established in Melbourne— although tha appointment has cot yet been been decided upon, and it is possible that a musician will be brought out from ...

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Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

^mxistimnt^. THEATRE ROYAL. Amongst the number of standard playa which the theatre-goer expects to see revived at intervals is *s The Corsiean Brothers,' and from the time of G. V. Brooke colonial play goers will have recollections of leading actors who have appeared in the character of the twin brothers Fabien and Louis dei Franchi. The play is said to -have been founded on an actual occurrence of ope brother in Corsica receiving a spiritual intimation of his twin brother's death m Paris, and in the spirit of the vendetta immediately starting in pursuit of the man by whom he was slain, and successfully wreaking hisveogeance upon him. Whatever measure of truth there may be in the story of ita origin, certain it is.that the play of ' The Oaraican Brothers' is always favorably received when well presented. There is a sense of mystery and of possible fact in the idea of a subtle eEEeace conveying intelligence from the dying to the living brother which always meets with tbe eanction and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Late Advertisements. B«mrnn-TOoL««w»C'*Mira!M*oa- WiiAiJiD TKK1/EKS tor tha P0S rt CHASE o» M »«*» artberabeatarvmbatStec tUn 141 Buriortp*. very V ALUABUS taSQM**he TOWJSSHIP OTTKfauOOm^^BgJMa&ML Jlattnert, will be reeeh«l by rh« ondmlgM* ep ts- . , ? KAprilrfA «tct tae tLgne« *eular wiil not -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

«OCTHACETE£OA2J CHRON1OLB. Id crder to cziEuxe jtrej1** ClaKlficstlon It Is neces WUS tbtt ADVERTISEMENTS for the Scufft Atcs tnUkm ChxcnicU should reach this Office NO1 SATEB than MIDDAY IEORSDAY. Bomber of Icttrticns sfcculd he inven In ell cases. . EAFtNDA MARKET. J XCESDAY, Hsrcb 19, at 2 o'clock, DEMPSEY, WILKINSON, and SANDLAND (LIMITED), will cell, as above— 2530 Tsx AXD SI-)EE SHEEp 50 Fat Ewes t9 dado. £0 do. Welters 300do.da 1 £00 very forward Store Wethers I 200 Ewe Wearers J 100 Fat Ewes £0 Fat Welters c ISO Sound- nxtdh Ewes c l£0 Fat Wethers ISO do. do. EO 6-tooth Wellers t 200 Ewes, In Iamb : 60 Miwd Eotrgt'-s £00 Ewes, Id Iejeo 2S9 Store Bwee 160 Sicre Wethers J £0 io. co. 35 FAX AXD SIORE CAIILE. I5F£tC«t:e 5 do. ca. 10 Store do. a Ycucg Cattle. ? EOP.SES, &c, &c. fcc. 75.7x75 ? JAMESTOWN, t On THURSDAY, Jlsrch 28, at 3 o'clost. AI 1EE GL02E EOIEL, JAMESIOWN. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM IS BELAHB, '. CONTAINING ' 1064^CRES- ] BY- OEDEE OF THE MORTGAGEE. ,...

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Athletics. CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Jtiftktk0. CYCLJKG NOTE.-r. Ee Hcs Lai™ 1 Ths 8. A. C U, bava i«at prepar-j * teifHad programme far tbtnc iw-j^iys' Ei^Ljr cirnirai, and cudor.bt-ediy tbp altertntioaa hars bean effected with & jadi£!0ii3 care in tha msjoricy of icst&ncss. Stiil, baAarsr, perftctijQ k aw yet reached, tboaah from s. racing oian'satsad point it ia by far tbe best cari of invitation ever issued in connection with an Adelaide naefcticg. The arranstetneat by wbich tbe pro posed Amateur Sheffield Eaudicap and tha profeesional event wdl ba run in heats oa tae J^j afternoons, the initial ha ata of b?th ? r__ bfitwp.pr, tbe wheel r&ces os tha tirst day''mav' fcr°ve eons8»h3t unsatisfactory how ever. Of court?*' flOna8 P'onouocsd diatiaction in the attire or ottv-r detail could be made perhaps no confusing pi Cii? heata by the puttie would be possible, but aa tiili-CB. stand a*P5e sent this may take plaos. It i» jot as if tne amateur runners were known, for they are nOll- Indeed April ...

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