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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

QUEENSLAND. fFrom oar own Correspondent.! Brisbane, March 28. What appears to be a huge tramway swindle has been discovered by the tramway authorities. It is of a similar nature to that recently brought to light in Sydney, namely, the manipulation of the bell punches, by which the bell is made to ring without registering. One conductor has been arrested, and it is stated that the frauds are estimated tu have cost the company jtlU.UUU per annum. The effects of the drought in the War rego country are lamentable. Carcases of sheep are strewn everywhere. It is feared that the rain now falling is too late to do more than freshen the pasture, but not sufficient to prodnce grass to tide over the winter. The Government have handed over to M.M. Germont and Loir, M. Pasteur's representatives, an honorarium of £500 each in connection with their experiments for the artificial cultivation of the virus of pleuio-pneumonia. The Government have expressed the opinion that their ex periments will pro...

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NEW SOUTH WALKS. Sydney, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

82W 8OUTB WALES. |Vrcn- or.r own Cotrei-ptmiJent, I JSjtiiiey, March '28. At- a f pecisl rut ttiijg of the Trades aud Labor C'oojji;;! to iii^ht a rosolutioa was cstnitd uigir« ibe Kt»f Suutu. Wales GoXtjiiQitut tu euler a protest against the proposal of the Imperial Government to tend to the colony Suue-'uasisied 'emi grants. The adjourned conference between master and operative plasterers was held to-day to discuss the strike. The men refused to give in any further than they bad done yesterday, and the masters being equally firm the conference broke up without anything definite being arrived at. Fred. Manning, an employe at Berg man'B cordial factory, Leichardt, yester day shot himself dead with a revolver. £t the Central Police Court the seven men charged with inducing persons to per Eonate electors at the late Central Cam berland election In the protectionist inte rest were to day committed for trial. After a trial by court martial, lasting nearly a month, Warrant Officer WebBte...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. fFrom our own Correspondent,] Melbourne, March 28. Robett Kingston, the well-known stock and sharebroker, 58 years of age, com mitted suicide by shooting himself at his offices in the Modern Permanent Build ings this afternoon. The deceased was tittering from illness at the time. An injaebt will be held. Probate was granted to-day to the will of Mr. John Ralfty, part proprietor of tbe Herald, tbe real property being sworn at £1:3,575 and tbe personal at £91,250 ; also, to the will of Dr. Broinby, late of St. Paul's Cathedral, who has left £1.3,218. The deceased only leaves the furniture and-£2,5G0 to his widow. Walter Cavaliier, of St. Hilda, grazier, filed hie schetiale to day. The assets are set down at £37,921, and the liabilities at £24,2£7, showing a surplus of £13,693. The petition of Mr. George Ho watt for the compulsory sequestration of the estate of l-avid Munro, engineer, of Queen-street, was struck out to day, there being eo attendance on eit...

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AN AUSTRALIAN HORSE IN ENGLAND. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

AN AUSTRALIAN HORSE IN ENGLAND. London, March 26. (From the Melbourne Herald, I At the Lincoln race meeting yesterday the Australian bred horse, Ringmaster, ¥thich was some time ago mysteriously chipped to England, was a starter in the Trial Stakes, fie ran nowhere, but it Is believed that he was a non-trier. Ringmaster was acid several months ago, privately, through MeBsrs. W. C. Ysiile & Co. to Mr. O. L. McDonald, well known as the trainer of Hortense, who purchased the eon of Yardley for Mr. J. ti, Savill, well known In the colonies as the trainer of The Assyrian when Countrj man's son won the Melbourne Cup. The latter gentleman, now in Eog laid, was desirous of having something pretty good sent him to win a handicap, and eo Ringmaster was, as stated, purchased. Xhe horse was, we be litre, taken, to Western Australia, and from there shipped to the old country, where he duly arrived safely. ' It was cot generally known that he had left the colonies until intelligence was r...

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DISCOVERY AT BLOCK 10. Broken Hill, Match 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DISCOVERY AT BLOCK 10. fB* Teleerach.! Broken Hill. March 2(-. An important development has taken place *t Block 10, which Mr. Patton considers a lealJy good indication of the near presence of the lode. Ia sinking the shaft heavily stained material was passed into, and the stains are regarded as having been caused by the ore body being near at hand. Statements were made at Broken Hill this morning that a great alteration had taken place in sinking, and I called on Mr, Patton concerning the matter. He states that the same kind of stained stuff was encountered before the lode was met with at Block 11. A crosscut will be put in at the 242-feet level. ^ ?

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THE BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. A RICH DISCOVERY. Broken Hill, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

m THE BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. A RICH DISOOVERV. iBy Telegraph. I Broken Hill, March 23. Good chloride pre has been struck in the South Broken Hill mine. Siliciona iron ore was met with at the 170-f eet level about 200 feet north of No. 1 trial shaft sunk by Sir. Piper soon after he took charge. The drive had been taken through carbonate ore when the change took place. Immediately afterwards a winze was commenced from the 100-feet level, and atadistanceofabout24feetabovethel70 feet level rich stuff was met with. X called at the mine last night and saw ore thickly studded with coarse chlorides. The ore is so rich that Mr, Piper assured me that if it continues he will be able, with two men working on it, to pay the whole of the expenses cf the mine. So fat as is at present known there is, according to Mr, Piper, every probability of the find yield ing some hundreds of tons. Beautiful speci mens of chlorides from the discovery have been brought into town, —

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THE NORTH BROKEN HILL MINE. Broken Hill, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

— » THE NORTH BROKEN HILL MINE. fBrTelemob.1 Broken Hill. March 23. In future newspaper representatives, without any exceptions being made, will only be allowed down the North Broken Hill mine on each Friday. Mr. Wilson, the manager, states that the crosscut at the 300-teet level is now in lode stuff for a distance of 14 feet without the hanging-wad being yet visible; A fine body of massive galena has just been struck by the main south drive at the 200 feet leveL The fall width of the ore is not yet known. The stuff ' is above average quality. The ore is beine dis patched to Dry Czeek at the rate of from 150 to 170 tons weekly. Work will soon be commenced by machinery in the north and south shafts, and then much greater progress will be made in the main shaft.

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

THE TALISKBR MINE. The following is the report of the Inspector of Mines (Mr. D. D. JJoBewarne) on the 'Talisker mine: — The property is held under lease from the Crown, and consisteof 197 acres. The situation of the mine iB in the hundred of Waitpinga, and about 60 miles south of Adelaide. The geological features of the neighborhood are very favorable for mineral bearing, being a crystalline schist, which is usually found in conjunction with ' lodes of argentiferous lead. There are a series of lodes, on the claim, four of which are on section No. 1554, {whilst on tbe Campbell's Greek mine, wbicb ia now part of .he Talisker, there are three more. The main lode that has been wotked is known as the Talisker lode, and on this four shafts have been sunk as follows : — Engine shaft, 432 feet deep; Tapley's shaft, 240 feet ; Price's shaft, 198 feet ; and Glyde's shaft, ISO feet. From these shafts hundreds of feet have been driven, and the quantity of. ore and silver lead bullion dis patch...

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THE GILLES GLEN OSMOND MINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE GILLES GLEN OSMOND MINE. The following report on the Gilles[Glen Osmond mine by the Inspector of Mines (Me. D. D. Eosewarne) has been received by the Commissioner of Crown Lands (the Hon. J, Coles) :— The mine is situated at Glen Oamond, about 41 miles from Adelaide, A very large amount of work has been done and ground opened up ; but at the time of my visit the work was con fined to three places, viz., sinking a winze on the O.G. lode, sinkinc a winze on thn Victoria lode,. and also sinking a shaft on the Wbeal Watkins. The winze on the O.G. lode is being sunk on a promising lode formation of gossan and lead, and it was 40 feet below the tunnel leveL The Victoria lode has been extensively worked, and judging from the old workings there are four shoots of ore already opened. The work consists of three levels and a shaft Ths adit level tb over 500 feet on the lode, The shaft is sonic frcm the surface, and iB connected with the vineyaid level at 260 feet vertical depth, The work i...

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A GOLD SWINDLE. HOW MINES ARE SALTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

A GOLD SWINDLE. HOW MINES ARE SALTED. The annexed documents will explain them selves. Certain gold specimens were forwarded to the Commissioner of Crown Lands by the Great Northern Gold Mining Syndicate with the request that he would allow the Govern ment MioiDg Inspector to visit the property and report upon it. The result was a com munication as follows :— 'Crown Lands Office. 25ib March.— Sir— On the I4th inst. an application wae receive! from tbe Great Northern Geld Frospectiag Syndicate for the Inspector of Mines to be allowed to inspect aad report on the syndi cate's claims at Leigh Creek. Accompanying the application were six specimens, in which gold was easily discernable. I at onoe ex amined the specimens with a powerful glass, and detected that where the gold was to be seen the quartz presented a glazed appearance, as if glue had been applied. I then took the stones to the Government assayer, and pointed oat ' the peculiarity. He confirmed my opinion, and applied a needle,...

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THE BAKER'S CREEK G.M. CO. Sydney, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE BAKER'S CREEK G.M. CO. [By Telesrraph.1 Svdnev. March 25. A meeting cf the directors of the Baker's Creek and Baker's Creek North companies was held today, when the dispute respecting the Baker's Creek battery site was amicably settled. The lease granted by the promoters of the North Company was disputed by the directors, bat at to-day's meeting this was amicably Eettled and the lease confirmed to the satisfaction of both parties. The right to run a tramway down the guUy was also confirmed by the Minister of Mines. The erection of the machinery and the completion of the tramway will be pushed on speedily, for the purpose of getting an extra ten head at work as soon as possible. The directors and party will leave for Melbourne to-day by the express.

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MOVING AND [?] TARGET PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Moving &sd Vanishing Ta_gb_ Practice. After the match had been brought to a con clusion firing took place at the moving and vanishing targets. Same excellent shooting was done. Major-General Oownes is anxious that the effioers as well as the men should ba capable of doing good practice at the moving and vanishing targets, and with that end ia view this practice was arranged. A3 before stated the firing waa good, and tended to shew that in an emergency the officers could be called upon to u=e the rifle with the knowledge that they would acquit themselves with satisfaction.

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RIFLE MATCHES. COMPANY AND [?] CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

RIFLE MATCHES. C CC'r-'?«-7v 2sd BAirwc;- M:l:t:a RiriE OlL'3. G CoEp&ny cfab held thsir quarterly meeting at the Port Adelaide ranges on Saturday, March 23, The light was good, and though the wind was puzzling at times it was a vary fair day fcr firicg. One of the chief objects of the club is to bring the ycusgpr shots to the front, viz , by the older and more experienced shots coaching them, and &Uo allowing theca liberal batdicsps. It is, therefore, a pleasing feature of tlie Dj&tcb that rnoet of thavc were successful. 1hz shooting of Privates F, Basuell and Har vey is we!l worthy of aotic?, their ?cires being 45 Bnd 45 (actual scores) resD'ccively. a. ppeciai prize, presented by Mr. Murphy, of tbe Stxrt Hotst, was won by Private f. Basheil, hia being the highest actual score, viz , 4G. The racges were 400 &ad 500 yards (kneeling or sit ting at 400 yardB), seven shots at, each. About 49 sner&beis took part in ths match, Tae fol ?lowins are ...

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MILITIA OFFICERS' RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Militia Officrbs' Rifle Match. One of the moot interesting riSe matehes ta*t has ever taken place in connection with tha South Australian Militia Force was fired at the Port Adelaide rifle ranges -on Saturday, when a team representing the officers of the 1st Battalion A.R., Artillery staS, Infantry, and Medical Department competed against one composed of the 2nd Battalion A.R., Lancer?, Staff Artillery, and Reserve. ' The weather proved excellent, a gentle breez9 blowing from the right rear, and a clear light, and conse quently under such favorable conditions sorce good scoring was made. Fifteen officers competed for :tne !first-named ttair-, and 12 for the other. Four ranges weie used, the distances being 500 and 600 yards, seven ehots and one sighter at each dU tscce, Tbe match was arranged and managed by the secretary of the Militia Officers' Rifle Club (Captain J, Daniels), who succeeded in making a pleasant outing for the contestants. The commandant, Major-General Downes, who t...

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

-^quattc0. YACHTING. Tfce aecond race for Lord Brassey'a Cap was sailed at Largs Bay on Saturday afternoon. Tbe following yachts competed : — Enchantress, 25 tons, scratch ; Alfreds, 17 tons, 3 min. 4-- sec. ; Pastime, 11 tona, 7 min. 57 sec. ; Ethel. 11 tone, 7 min. 57 ees. ; Winfreda, 10 tons, 8 min. 51 sec. ; and Trio, S tons, 11 min. 23 sec. Tbe course was from a buoy moored off the La:gs Bay jetty, round the red bar buoy, past tbe bell buoy round a flag moored oft' Point MaicoJin, and back to starting point, twice round, the distance being in all 20 miles. The day was on the wh.,le very pleasant for the contest, although the wind was not quite strong enough for the larger vessels. 'The Pastime was considerably improved for tae race. About 1H tons of lead was added to her keel, besides other improvements. The Ench&ntres3 and other yachts were sleo provided with additional saila. The race was advertised to start at 1 o'clock. About 10 minutes to that time the various jach...

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Shooting. THE MILITIA ANNUAL PRIZEFIRING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

-§h00ttttg. THE MILITIA ANNUAL PfilZE FIRING. The whole of the cUMS-firing and that at moving and vanishing targets having been completed, Che only prizeB remaining to be competed for are the Legislature Cup and No. IS. The following are the names of the marksmen, ranking from corporal down, who having scored 20 paints at moving and vanishing targets are entitled to compete for the marksmen prizes classed as prize 15 :— LAKOEBS. A Troop, Corporal Ferbrache, 35 points; ADELAIDE BIFLES. let Battalion. — B Company, Corporal Sharp, 39; Lance-Corporal Hicks, 54 ; Private Butebeche, 86. C Company. Private Forsaitb, 27. G Company, Corporal Braynard, 33. 2nd Battalion. — A Company, Private Starling, 24; F Company, Private Cash more, 24. Efi-engsged Corps.— No. 1 Reserve, Corporal Mnirhe&d, 42; Privates Allen, 33; Coomb;, 24; Hey Ian, 48; Langley, 39; Pillen, 30; Tucker, 42 ; and Bickford, 42 ; No. 2 Reserve, Privates Farr, 29; Godden, 45; Henderson* 42 ; and Mizon, 39. Brigade prize...

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LAWN TENNIS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

LAWK TENNIS NOTES (By Voi__xer 1 The lawn tennis tournament (under the auspices of the Adelaide Suburban Lawn TenniB Association) began on Saturday, March 9, on the Adelaide Oval, and proved success ful. The dubB were well represented. The play was of a highly exciting nature, some of the sets being watched by a large crowd, who manifested great interest in the game. It seemed a pity that they were allowed to stand so close to the courts, for the players were greatly hampered at times in their movements; OEnerwiBe ine arrangements carried out turner the supervision of Mr. E. EL Latter, the secre tary to the association, were good, The first set was between Messrs. Oldham and O'Hal loran (PLA.) and Alexander and Webb (8.), tbe IS'orth Adelaides winning after a splendid contest- 15—13. Mr. P. Alexander played in splendid style, always being on the ball; bis volleying and placing were exceed ingly good. Messrs. O'Halloran Webb, and Oldham all showed to advantage, Mr. Oldham placing som...

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

BASEBALL. The committee appointed to select playsrs to lepresfBt South Australia a.t the forch coitic^ matches in Melbourne niat on Wed nesday afternoon. Serptteen players repre f enticg eix clubs were nominated for selection. The committee decided to postpone the selection till April 15, eo as to enable the several players to obtain the benefit of Air. Simpson's instruction. Mr, Simpson will arrive cere on April 2, and take part in the matches that have been arranged between a pick nice and the Eicks-Sawysr MinatreU, The first match will be played on the. Ade laide Oval on Saturday, April 6. The Eicka Sawyer Minstrels are probably the be9t ex ponents of tha earns in d.u«tralia. Their tiicks and erotics cause toara of laughter wherever they plBy.

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THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. ALL MINISTERS RETURNED. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. ALL MINISTERS RETURNED. L&y Telegrapfc.l Melbourne, March 28. The general elections took place to-day. In consequence of the fact that no party question waB at issue no excitement pre vailed in any constituency. The contests were mostly on personal grounds, and the results Bhow that a large number of old members have been thrown oafi, The whole of the Ministers in the late Parliament have been returned, and the Premier, wbo was threatened with a close contest, secured a large majority. Amongst those who were thrown ont were Messrs. O. E. Jonee, Gaunson, J. Boaisbo, Langdon, Field, Reid, Coppin, Cooper, Yale, and Jones, forming what Is called the Obstruc tionist party In the Legislative Assembly. Dr. Rose was defeated at North Mel bourne. The following are the results up to the present, there being one member for each district except where otherwise stated : — Albert Park— Hon. J.Nlmmo (Minister of Pnblic Works), 569; Mr. G. F. MUes, 354 ; Mr. E. Joek...

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

THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. The match played at Hull on Saturday by the Maori footballers was the last fixture of their tour, though it is possible that further con tests may be arranged before they leave England. The following list shows the results of the tour up to the present time :— Itete. Where Played. Opponents. Eslt For, A?. Oct.— 3SS8. GT GI 3 Richmond _ Surrey .. .. W 1 1..0 1 6 .Northampton- Northamptonshire.. W 2 4..0 0 10 Blactheath „ Kent - - _ W 1 1-0 1 13 Birmingham _ Moseley .. -. L 11.20 18 Burton— _ Burtcn-on-Trent _ L 1 0—1 1 20 Birmingham _ MIdUnd Counties _ W 3 1—0 0 £2 fcheffieldPark- Middlesex _ _ L 0 0-2 S 24 Bun .. _ Hull _ „ . L 0 0.0 1 27 Dewsbury _ DewBbury _ ? _ W 2 0..0 0 31 Wakefield - Wakefield Irin. _ L 0 0.01 Kor. 3 Newcastle _ Korthumberland .. D 10.10 5 3tockton _ Stockton on-Iees _ ff 2 0.0 1 7 Borth Shields- Tynemouth- _ W 2 1.0 1 10 Halifax _ HaUfax _ - L 11.4 1 12 Newcastle _ Newcastle and Diat. W i 2—0 0 14 Bartlepool _ Hartltpool Eorers .. W 0 1...

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