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THE SOUTH EASTERN LAND BOARD AT KINGSTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

the south - eastern: t.a.nd board at kingston. TO TE2 EniTOB. Sir— In answer to. Mr, John -GallT beg ^o apologise for having -stated 'anything -in my letter leading the public to believe that {here was any idiotic strain in iiis family. .My ex-t perience is quite the contrary, for; he hasdis tinctly proved thafc he and his dependents were clever and smart enough to getiand when I could not obtain any. It appears' the -block his eon really got was No. 6, DuffieH, '2,492 acres, and I should : like to .see Mr. John Gall etate publicly that no. other - connection of his obtained / any ' other iana. x omuiea in my former letter to state : that Mr. Gall informed the board that :he bad pnt up abont 40 miles of -wire-netting, ? showing that .he had an enclosure of 100 square miles of country, while ub poor people coald not: get- an- acre. - In this particular paripf. the country it was a leading question with; the boards' Are you lor Me. GaU?' One of tbe1 applicants, a Mr. Nash, was *sked; ...

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IMPORTING BOUDOIR CARS. THE-TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL PROTESTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

IMPORTING BOUDOIR OARS. THE- TRADES AND- LABOR COUNOID PROTESTING. Messrs. L. Cohen, M.P., V. M. Charlston (president of the Trades and Labor Council), and W. Robinson (secretary of the conncil) waited . upon the Coasmissioner of Pablia Works on Thursday morning for the purpose of obtaining information relative to the order which was sent some two years ago to America for the manufacture of two boudoir cars, and tj learn tbe intention cf the Government in respect of similar requirements in the future. Mr. Cohen considered it a great pity that an order should have been sent to America for the boudoir cars when they could have been made in the colony, and would toes have given em ployment to a large body of our workmen. When the first cars of this description were required for the intercolonial line of railway the Ministry of the day justified their action in sending to America for them by stating that they were required as a pattern, and in future, they led the people to believe, our...

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

THE 'ALEIA. EXTJESTDED '. GOLD. MIKE.- -. TO IHEIDHOB. ? Sir— Now tthatt.th&. Alma 'teef-liM been , struck in the main shaft' on this mine- at a . depth- of' about ' SCO' feet on the onderlsy,-and- ?' pTo|ted' to 'be bi * payable character, ; the ' acqeirttion of' a batterV for the mine: mtrst forthwith be* made/ The Alma Extended Company have 10,000 unissued -eh.areB,«ad the Twt»-in the-i Bush Gompaay. (whoee inine is ad jacent to-tbe Biid-in-Hand4 have 9.665 shares carrect. The AJma Extended reef is payable, while-tne Bush unfortunately is hot. ~ Now if it can be arranged, that the Alma Extended unissued shares be allotted to the: Bash share-- .- .holders as consideration for the Bush battery, both the Extended and' Bush shareholders will - be benefited. ' - Ae it is it is absurd to eipsct tbe Bueh Company as it now stands to success- .. fully work the Bash mine.— I am, &'.., HAVI£A.H. March 23, 18S9.

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V.A.T.C. MARCH RACES. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

V.A.T.C. MARCH RACES. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne. March 23. The March meeting of the V.A.T.C. was held on the Caulfield course on Saturday. The weather was cool f sd pleasant, and th^-e was a good attendance of spectators. Bis Ex cellency Sir William Bobinson waB present during the afternoon. Some excellent racing took place ; but the public favorites in several instances went down badly. The following are the details of the racing :— FEDERAL STAKES. Vera, 8st. 51b. (Osborne) ? 1 St. Uss. 7 st. 13 lb. (Morrison) ? 2 St. George, 7 at 91b. (Power) ? f Grandee, 7 st. 6 lb. (Bendy) ? t Doris (A. Campbell) also started. Betting— 7 to 4 against St. Ires, J to 2 againBt Vera. fe:From tbe start Vera and St Ivea led alternately till rounding the turn home, where Vera went to tbe front, with St. George and St: Ives next. Vera continued in front, and won easily by four, lengths from St. Ives, St. George and Grandee running A dead heat for thud place, with Doris hut. Time, 1 mia. 17 Bee HUBDLE B...

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

€ricket. CRICKET JSOTES, TBy Oklooeeb.1] The cricket played on the oval on Saturday last was tot of a particularly exciting character, but the tpectators who attended were enabled ? to witness some fair batting. The SonthA.de laides obtained an easy victory over the Korttt Adeleides, Turner and Parkin quickly hitting np the few runs necessary to enable them to win. Turner put on 6 and Parkin 4, making the Souths' total 2 il fo six wickets agamst the North Adelaides' 208. The Norwoods and Seuth Adelaides com menced their third match, and despite the fact that the Beason is fast drawing to a close the game was watched with interest by a fair number of spectators. Unfortunately the Souths were deprived of the service of Godfrey, and this no doubt robbed the contest of some of itB interest They obtained the first use of the excellent wicket which Checkett had prepared, but the team could not withstand Giffen'u on slaught, and the end of two nou.es saw the last wicket down for the small ...

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S.A. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. NORTH ADELAIDE V. ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

S.A. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. Nobth Adelaide v. Adelaide, The attendance of spectators at the City Oral on Saturday afternoon was fairly good, whilat the weather was all that could be desired for cricket. The North Adelaides met the Ade laides on the northern end of the oval, and the latter going in first retained possession of the wickets the whole of the afternoon. At the call of time they had made 209 for the loss of - six wickets. Haldane was in good form and scored 68 before Wilkinson held a catch from bim, eft Jboiten. L. Evan gave a good exhi bition of batting, putting on 67 and remaining not oct. Richards made 23 and was still in wuai b'-uie was caueu. ocurtJB :— ADELAIDE1. Wigley. e. Pettinger, b. Olaxton — _ — 9 Stow, c Bundle, b. Phillips _ _ _ „ o Haldane, e 'WntinBOD, b. Botten _ _ ..68 Selaney, o. OolemaD, b. Bundle _ _ _, 11 Ii. Evan, not out _ .. ? _ .. „ 67 Maguey, b. Butten _ _ _ „ ..14 Waldron, c. Bundle, b. Botten _ „ - 14 Bicharde, not ont _ _ 23 Sundries - _ _ _ .....

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SOUTH ADELAIDE V. NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Socth Adelaide v. Nobih Adelaide. This match was brought to a conclusion by play being continued for a few minutes. The North Adelaides had scored 208, and the Souths when the game was discontinued three Saturdays ago had scored 203 for the loss of six wickets. Parkin and Turner, the not-outs, resumed batting, and quickly made the required Dumber to win the match. Scores^— Koith Adelaide - - - - .... 203 SOUTH ADZIiATDX. k. 3. Bee dman. c. Claxton, b. Botten „ _ _ 59 W; Smith, b. Phillips _ _ — _ _ 18 D. Kalians, c Conner, b. Botten -_ _ _ 22 _. Wilson, l.b.w., b. Botten .... _ „ 41 J. EbUiips, c. Wilkinson, b. field ... — -35 E. Veekes, b. Beid _ _ _ _ _ 6 J. Parkin, not out __,.__- 4 2. Turner, not out ........... 5 Byes, 16 1 leg-byes. « _ _ _ _ 21 Total for si_.wieke__ - - - 211 Bowling' Analysis. Balls. Buns. tiioa. Wkts. Olaxton _ _ _ 138 43 18 O Phillips .. 128 56 fl 1 Reid _ _ 114 80 6 £ WlHdnB0n_ _ _ SO 16 6 0 Botten . . . I! 43 2 3

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SOUTH ADELAIDE V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Rnirm AnBT.ArDE V. NOBWOOD. After the conclusion of the. other match the Souths commenced a game with the Norwo -ds, but they fared badly, only scoring 13£ runs. Phillips and Parkin were the top scorers with 26 and 25 each, whilst Weekes bit up 21. Giffen captured eix of the wickets at a cost of 64. Lyons and McKenzie opened the batting for the Norwoods, and the pair put on 51 before time w»s called. Scores :— SOCTH ADELAIDE. Fmlth, c. Harens, b. Giffen _ _ _ _ 0 BsUnns, b. Lyons _..___ 8 BeedmsD, c. Harcus, b. McKeozie _ _ —20 Parkin, c. Liftoii, b. Gifien _ — — _ 25 Phillips, b. Giffen _ - .. - - 2G Wilson, I.b.w:, b. Giffen _ - — — 6 Weekes, c. Hill, b.GiSen - _ - - SI Voj^Tove, b. McKenzie „ . . — — _ 7 Reed, ran out — - - -- — — — S Turner, net out .._ — — — — 10 Cravford, b. Giffea _ _ — — 7 Bye . - - - - - - 1 Total ______ 13* Bowline AcalvsU Balls. Runs. IMns. Wfct9; Giffen _ _ _ lEi 64 7 6 LyoDB _ _ _ 42 20 1 1 kicKenzie _ _ _ 73 49 3 S K03W0OD. Lyons, not out __..__— £7 Mc...

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PLAYED ON SATURDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Piated on Saturday, Maech 23, Mallala v. Tni6 Blue.— 3corea— Mallala. 130 : G. Jury 34, J. Johnson 21, J. EaeE 22, J. H. Snell 16, M. East 10. True Blues, 38 and 75 for two wickets : H. Dyer 17 and 43 not out, J. Good 7 and 18 not out. Middlesex v. Triton (Metropolitan Associa tion).— Mids., 272 ; Wilson an* Winnall 49 eacb. Warhnrst 43, Sowfcer S7. Martin 86, Lindow 21, and Rowley_ 11 ; Winnall five for 19. Triton? , 58 ; Mackie 24. Bowden Tyro v. Hindmarsh Literary (first elevene) (Adelaide and Suburban Associa tion).— Scores— Tyros, seven for 12* : Jones 76 not out, M. Eimes 11, A.. Gould 11, Keen 10 ; Jonee, seven for So, Literary, 122 ; fclao Grppcr 48. ' College Park v. Modbnry— Scores— Parks, 78 ; Bowes 24, Sellar 15, Oarvosso 15 ; Sellar four for 11. Modbury, S4 for ' nine wickets ; Marrett 14 not out. South Wanderers v. llorphett Vale.— Played at Morphett Vale en March 23. Scores — Morphett ValeB, 106; C. Perry 63, A. Perry Id, Antonia 12. Wanderers, 49 for three wickets ; ...

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THE PORT PIRIE RACES. [By Telegraph.] Port Pirie, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE PORT PLRIE RACES. ?*, [By Telegraph.} Port Pirie. Maiih 27. The Pert Pine races were begun to day. and will now become an .annual meetiog. a. Urge number of people from far and near assembled. The running was good, and considering that tbe course, which was situated in a wheat pad dock, was vets heavy, the times were extremely good. The fields were also good, ouly one horse, Speculation, being scratched. Results .— Hubdles— Jerry Sneak, 1 ; Nellie, 2, Maidens.— Gem, 1 ; Socialist, 2. Nohth-Westkbn Handicap.— Mica wbftr, I ; Lightning, 2. It was generally considered that another 50 yards would have reversed the positions. Ivanboe was third, being beaten on the winning- post. g, Handicap Teot.— Whalebone, 1 ; Bob, 2. Selling Stakes. — Sting, 1; Sequence— Flaeb, 2. Poet Pibie Handicap. — Lightning. 1 ; Simpleton, 2.

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

RACES AT QUEEKSCLIFFE. The annual raceB at Qaeenscliffe, Kangaroo Island, took place on the old course on Friday, March 22. The attendance was good and the weather cool and pleasant. The races were very good throughout. The following ace the remits: — MAttMNS.— Mr. M. Ghergtvin'a Brasher, 1 ; [ Mr. M. Whittaker's Fly- by Night, 2. BtENZrafe Cup.— Mr. M Ohergwin's Dan, 1 ; Mr E. Chapman's Lolo, 2. Hacks.— Mr. R. Chapman's Zsllah, 2 : Mr. M. Calnan'e Why-Not, 2. Bubbt Skubbt.— Mr. M. Calnan's Msr toaid, 1.

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ANGLEGROVE RACES AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

AK-5LEGROVE RACES AKB SPORTS. The annual races and sports at Auglegrove took place on Monday, March 18. The weather waB cold and showery, and about 409 people witnessed the sports, which financially were a success. There were good entries far each event. The judging was entrusted to Messrs. Isaac Goas, and H. Weckerfc. The following are the events : — ATHLETIC EPOBTS. Maidens, 100 yards.— 15s , B. Ashby; 5s, F. Mueller. ? Boys' Race.— 7a. 6d., G. Morrison; 2a, 61,, A. Wetston. Sheffield Handicap — £5, W. Wetston (17 yard*); £1 10s., B. Ashby (!7 yards); £L, E J; Buchanan (17 yards); 10s,, H, Aahby (13 yards). Putting the Weight— 153., T. Martin; 5a, W. Patualla. HOBSK BACES. Maidens, one mile.— £1 10s., Mr. W. J. Atkinson's Carlo (late Weston) ; 10s., Mr. J. Dobse'a Beatrice ; Mr. J. Shepherd's Echo, 3, Protest against Carlo. Anglegrove Handicap, £4 and £L, third horse saves stake.— Mr. 7. W. Atkinson's Carlo {latg Weston), 1 ; Mr. J. Shepherd's Sancbo, 2 ; Mr. J. Dohse's Beatrice, ...

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SYDNEY CUP WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SYDKET CUP WEIGHTS. Two miles. eLlb. Bt-lb. Abercorn - ..9 4 Wycombe — —74 The Australian Peer 9 i Marie .. „ 7 4 Lochiel _ _ 9 2 Bernardo - _ 7 2 Oarhine _ ..9 0 Volcano — ..7 8 Carlyon „ .. 8 12 (Minerva .. _ 7 2 Cardigan .. _ 8 10 Krnanl _ _ 7 Q Cranbrook _ — 8 8 Lookaky _ ..6 12 Tradition .. ~ 8 6 -Centaur _ _ 6 13 Manton _ ..8 4 Stomaway «. _ 6 12 Recall _ ..8 4 Amina .. .. 6 10 Tranter ?.- _ 8 2 Peariehell - „ 6 10 The Yeoman „ 8 2 Sirfionald.. _ 6 10 The Queen _ _ 8 O Claremont _ _ 6 S Oakleigh _ _ 8 0 Tartar - .68 Industry _ .. 7 12 SBperance _ _ 6 6 Mozart _ „ 7 12 Miss Alice „ ..6 6 Plutarch ?_ _ 7 10 New (Juinea _ 6 4 Honeydew _ _ 7 10 Minstrel Boy _ 6 4 LoDEdale _ _ 7 9 Snowfoot .. .62 Theorist .. _ 7 9 Faith - -62 Keith _ _ 7 9 Eclipse .. _ 6 O Lady Eetty_ .77 Blnenose — — tf o '' Melos _ _ 7 71BIucher .. ..6 0 Tabba .. .7 7|LadyLyon_ „ 6 0 Chaldean _ . 7 4| THE HAWKBSBCBT AUTUMN HASDICAP. One mile and a half. Carlyon _ _ 9 7 Sir Ronald „ _ 7 2 Cardigan _ _ 9 6 Burrilda...

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MURDERED IN A TRAIN. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MURDERED IN A TRAIN. London, March 26. Htir GeiEcucoiff, a son of the Swiss Consul at Cannes, has been murdered in a train while travelling to Geneva.

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A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. London, March 26. A fearful tragedy has occurred at Tyne eide. A mother, in a fit of temporary insanity, drowned.three of her children and then committed suicide.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The PFcretary of the S.A. Prince Albert S.M. Company (Mr. S. V. Pizey) ia fornjs ub that arrangements h*ve batn concluded by which another 80-acre block has been added to the area cf She pro perty. Last December a very promising di3 covery was made upon the Prince Albert lode, but vras too close to tbe boundary for judicious management. As the adjoining block could not be secured until March, it was decided to suspend operation until then, especially as a call would have to ba made. The directors visited the mine in January, and from careful inspection determined upon this course, believing that the property would ba consider ably improved by securing the additional block, and the indications upon the mine war ranted further expenditure. The call is now payable, and the directors trust the share holders will respond promply and unanimously. As advertised, all shares will be absolutely for feited upon which the call is not paid. We are infoimed by the secretary (Mr. Th...

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THIRTY PERSONS DROWNED IN A COLLISION. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TB1RTY PERSONS DROWNED IN a COLLISION. Lokdox. March 2C. News has been received at Lloyds that the eteamer Nisargus in mid sea came into collision with the Manile, and that SO passengers and sailors were drowned.

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

MEETINGS. A meeting of the shareholders ot the EaroBsa Silver and Copper Mining Syndicate was held at the office, Melvin Chambers, on Tuesday afternoon, to consider the financial position. The chairman of directors (Mr. P. Santo) presided. The secretary (Mr. W. B. Ssndo) reported that tbe allotment fee of 30a. bad not been paid on 261 shares, the amount totalling £391 10s. The balance sheet, which tbowed that the amount in hand was £65 8a. 4d.t was adopted. The captain of tbe mine /Mr T). O'C. Blackham} stated that the under lay shaft bad been tuck 66 feet and a tunnel pet in 126 feet. He bad to suspend operations as the water was coming in at the rate of 4,000 gallons per day, which was too much to deal with by a windlass and bucket. The meeting was then adjourned for a week. A meeting of shareholders of the Parachilaa Copper Minice Company was held at the Earl of Zetland Hotel on Friday week, Mr. Pr«cufct occupying the chair. A letter was nceived f n in ore of tha directors who wa...

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KILLED BY A BUFFALO. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

KILLED BY A BUFFALO. London, March 26. The Hon. Gny lawnay (a son of Vifcconnt Downe), who was Surveyor Gtneral oi Ordnance hi Lord Salisbury's last Ministry and a popular member of tbe Commons, has been killed by a ocffalo while hunting in Maeailand.

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

THE MOONTA MINES. The following is the report of the directors of the Mocnta mines for the six months end ing February 28 last :— The recent heavy and endden fall in the value of copper has seriously affected the result of the half -year's operations. The unclosed consignments' amount to 1,501 tons copper, shipments for delivery before February 28 being valued at their estimated net proceeds under London contract. Ship ments for arrival subsequent to that date, and the copper and ore -on hand, are valued on the haras of a Iiondon Quotation of £55- oar ton for copper, the total quantity of copper in metal and in ore standing at the low valuation of £55, compared with recent prices, aggregates 1,819 tone, equal to the company's average produc tion for six months. The ore raised during the half-year was of an average produce of 20 j per cent, to! fine copper on 9,433 tone ore net dry weight ; and the ore delivered for smelting 20f per cent on 8,779 tons. Theore -on hand is esti mated t...

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