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

. OUR DEFENCES. When all the nations of the earth have joined the Peace Society the amiable non resistance people who oppose every meaBure for national defence will have come reason for their attitude. When the great Powers quarrel among them selves no longer it may become true that eecurity la compatible with defenceless ness. But the millennium Is not yet. The peace of the world at present does sot rest upon a sentimental re gaid which the nations have for the In terests of each other. It is sustained by arms, by the exhibition of force, by fear. That war is an evil almoBt every one acknowledges ; that under existing conditions it is an evil that is necessary every one should know. Civilisation has not abolished war ; it has Improved the machinery of fighting, and made war more terrible and destructive than ever it was before. Christianity has not abolished war ; it has refined seme of its processes and relieved some of its bar barities, but that is all. About] saventy years ago t...

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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MARCH 28. [Before hw Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart, S.M] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

LO0AL COURT— ADELAIDE. Thohsday, Mabos 28. - [Before his Honor Mr. Commissioner Stuart. ? S.M] Sixty-four judgment summonses were dis poEed of in the usual manner. ' - ' - .- C. J. Gceev. A. H. Scabi'e— This action ' was brought to enforce the payment of £3 18a. due on a fourth call of 31. per share on 313 . * shares in the Morning Star Gold Wining C'xnpany. The plaintiff was represented by Mr. Augusts Davies, and the defendant cy M.T. tticnoison. The plea; tor the defence was that Scarfe had not paid the third call, ' and that no proceedings having been takes - within the fortnight the shares became for feited, therefore he could not be sued for the . . fourth call. Mr. Davies produced an I.O.U. for the amount of the third call given by Mr. Scarfe, which Mr. Gun had accepted as pay ment. Mr. Nicholson pleaded that Mr. Scarfe had since tendered a transfer of the snares to the company, which Mr, Gun had declined to accept. Mr. Davies agreed that the Act required that the transfer sho...

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SOME OF THE CAPABILITIES OF YORKE'S PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SOME CaS^THE CAFABIMTIiES OF YqI&EJS PENINSULA* TBy & Oaidweix, SfcP.l * Though Yorke'a Peninsula has lost heavily in population daring the last year oc two, its resonrceB for the maintenance of human life axe not of the most inferior description. The. production of wheat consequent on a succession of unfavorable seasons and the continuance, until, very recently, of low market values, has received a serious check. At the same time settlement on that portion cf one territory can scarcely be sad to. have retrograded, neither has the export trade suffered to any consider able extent. Only a few years ago the whole of the sea- carriage of the Penin enla was done by two or three 40-ton DCkilm/y n*a(fa nl«i«M/w Vm^mvaabk ^)^**»fr. A «4-ala{*Y A bwiiiii^ **.c..WD |J4JfLijpC UCbWCCU X. U[ ll aUDMiuu and some of the safer shore indentures on the western side of the Gulf. At the present time, notwithstanding all reverses, there are at least three regulat bi-weekly steam trader...

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QUEENSCLIFFE (K.L), MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

OUEENSCLIFFE (K.IA Mabch 25 On Saturday, Maroti 23, at Qaeenscliffa eports were held, the attendance being large, The results were an follows :— Go «e you pieaee for two hours— J. Little, 11 10/12 miles ; W. Hughep, 2, 14 7/12 miles ; D. Lakey, 3. 14 61/12 miles. Tilting— T. Boucat, 7 riogs ; M. Calnan. 6 rings. Half mile race— H. Beeves. SCO yards race— N. 8impBon.— On Friday eveniDg, March 22, tbe opening of the Wegleyan Church took place, and was cele brated by tbe holding of a tea meeting and concert, at which the attendances were very larce. — Another concert was held on Saturday evening, the attendance being good. — A strcpg mubter of workmen who have been sufidtnly thrown out. of fu.plovment oy t&e failure of Messrs. Carrington & De Mole took place on Saturday evening^ to consider what steps should be taken to recover over a month's wages due to each man. — Amemorial wasdrawn up and entrusted to Mr. A. Beeves to convey to Mr. H. E, Downer, one of the members f...

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

THE FIRE AT MOOHTA. An inquest on the fire which destroyed the Globe Hotel, Mocnta, on March 22. was held on Monday at Moonta by Mr. W. H. Wilkin son, Mr. Beaglehole was foreman of the jury, and Messrs. TJffendell & Page, solicitors, were present on behalf of Mr. Markey. Mrs. Markey, wife of the landlord of the hotel, said she awoke on Saturday moraine:, and heard a strange noise downstairs. Did not know tbe time. Awoke her husband, and told him she thought Bome one waB in the honee. He then got up, and went down stairs. A few minutes after heard some one coming 'upstairs, shouting 'Fire,' When witneBB heard the noise there was no smell of fire. Her bedroom was immediately over the bar. Had not the slightest idea as to the origin of the fire. Could not fifty what time Mr. Markey went to bed. Rebecca Murray, barmaid at the Globe Hotel, said she went to bed at about 11 o'clock on Friday night, and everything appeared all right then. Conld not say anything of the cause of the f...

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

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NHILL (Victoria), MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

NHILL (Victoria). Miacs 23. The town has been this week decorated with a clock facing the chief street. — The sons aud dauRhereof tbe Emerald Isle commemorated St. Patrick's Day on Monday last.. The rain fell in considerable shower?, which damped the ardour of the holiday-makers —The rabbit plague is again coming to the front,: and the farmers' unions are beginning to acknowledge that the task of eradicating the plague is a moEt serious matter, and means heavy taxa tion on the farmers, more especially the mallee _ farmers. The rabbits are the most expensive, and the lose they cause is felt by all classes of the mercantile community. — Plough- ing is being pursued under great difficulty, asthe eoil is far too dry for manipulation. Some farmers have put in green feed,- but the risk is considerable, as the seed may not germinate. Several farmers are calling for tenders for ploughing, as tbe price of wheat bas caused a determination to pat in all the acres possible, in tbe Lope that tha...

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FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. F. W. TAPLIN. A LARGE CONCOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

FV-'EBAL OF THE LATE MR. F. W. TAPLIN. A LARGE CONCOURSE. Tbe fDoerai' of tbe late Mr. F. W. Tapliii took piace on SavC^day afternoon. The body of the deceased geiii'.'--'Eoan having been re moved from the citj'. morgue, the hearse was drawn up in ftoCt of Mr. Georga Burnell'a residence, Hololsen -street. Hiad marEh, and the cortege waiT formed and proceeded io the local cemetery, where tbe interment occurred. The obje«5uies were conducted by the Rev. F. W. Cox, afis^ted by the Revs. J. Biskford and W. R. Katoaer, M.A. The chief mourners were Masters Erntstand Wiltshire Taplin (sonB of deceased), Mi'sees K. and E. Taplin (sister*!. Mr. Rlar.k well, een. (f^thtr-in law), Messrs R, and J. Blackwell (brothers-in-law), Mr. George Burnell (ucclt), and there were between 20 and SO other relatives. Around the grave were rt em berg qf the Aborigines Friends' Associa tion committee as follows : — The Rev. R. M. Hunter, MeEErs. C. N. Collison, C. J. Holder, G. F. Craee, J. Halesj J. Pickering...

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PASKEVILLE, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

PASKEVILLE. Maech II. Ibe advance in tbe price of wheat has re vealed the fact that there were farmers in the district who could afford to store thair wheat in anticipation of an improved market,-— R«n is needed, as water-carting is being resumed. — The Church of Ecgland Suaday-scboil anniversary was celebrated yesterday by the holding of a tea meeting, concert, and supper, all of which were w-4l p%tr6ni«ad. Mr. Wyatt presided at the entertainment, the pro gramme of winch comprised songs, duets, readings, and n citations. Mis, Coat* offii'a tea as aocooapariist. Tbe proceeds are to be snpl---d to n?ett, the interest of tbe debt on the church.

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A THEATRICAL DIVORCE CASE. FIVE THOUSAND AWARDED TO THE WRONGED HUSBAND. London, February 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

A THEATRICAL DIVORCE CASE. FIVE THOUSAND AWARDED TO THE WRONGED HUSBAND. [From our Special Correspondent.] London. Februarv 15. 1889. The divorce suit of Izard v. Izard and Leslie, which has been looked forward to curiously by the profession and the public for the last few months, came on last Monday befoie Mr. Justice Butt and a special jury at the new Law Courts. The petitioner Izird is a nice looking, kindly young Jew of 26, who sets as one of the professors at the Royal Academy of Music. He has a good face, of the wrapt-artist sort, and bears a very high reputation, being well spoken of by every one, The respondent, Mrs. Izard, will be better known to you by ner stage name of ' marie .Tempest.' She ib the prima donna ofthe original Dorothy company, and has for the past two years been one of the most be photographed idols of maBherdom. Miss Tem pest possesses classic features and ' pure grey eyes,' a merry smile, and an adorable soprano voice. Her voice, in fact, is her fortune. ...

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THE PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. At the Port Augusta Circuit Court on Friday, March 22, before Mr. Justice Boucaut and a jury, the case of Henry Richardson, charged with shooting at Leonard E. Wood man on March 9 with intent to kill,, on a further count with intent to maim, and on a third count with intent to do grievous bodily harm was heard. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Mr. W. V. Smith acted as Crown Prosecutor, and Mr, Dsshwood defended, Leonard E. Woodman, the prosecutor, said — I have known prisoner about three years, and liaTra ennircn t-n }iib irifo tHn.4: ta all Mla.1* piano and organ, and hold a position as organist in Church of England. Prisoner's wife was a singer in the choir. Remember consulting Mr. Smith in reference to myself and Mrs. Richardson, Prisoner was present ac that interview. . Mr, lyes was heard to say there was an undue in timacy between Mrs. Richardson and myself which I denied. The prisoner said he would find out. I went away next morning. Mrs. Richardson...

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TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the Trades and Labor Council was held at the Sir John Barleycorn Hotel on Friday, March 22. There was a large attendance of delegates, and the president (Mr, D. hi, Charleston) occupied the chair. The secretary of the EarlyOloBing Associa tion (Mr. W. G. CoombB) wrote forwarding £4 12s., beiDg that body's subscription, due AuguBt, 1SS9— 2C0 members at 3d,, £2 10a.t and a donation to the Register strike fund of £2 2s. Mr. Coombs also wrote as follows :— 'Following up minutes of meeting held on March 21 re gradual cloBing system, F. C Gray, Hindley-Btreet, declines, and will carry on bis own business as he pleased ; Long and Howie will close if the whole of the trade does (Jews and Gentiles) ; Gilbert Bros., no reply ; Taylor, Rundle-street, no reply.' The secretary was instructed to write to the firms mentioned and ask them to cloae. £.. Jenkin, secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners, wrote as follows:— 'I h...

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

THE SCHOOL OF MINES. A meeting of the oouncil of the School of Mines and Industries was held at the Exhibi tion Building on Monday afternoon. There were present the chairman (Dr. Gockburn), Professor Tate, Professor Rennie, Gaptain Warren, and Messrs. J. L. Bonython, A, Adamson, and R. E. Rogers. An apology for unavoidable absence was received from Mr, Theo. Scherk, M.P. The Gbaibman said he had waited on the Railway Commissioners, and they stated that they were willing to remove the age restriction with respect to concessions granted to students attending the various classes. He had also asked them on what terms tickets would be granted to studentB, and they informed him that they could travel on the same terms as thoBe pupils who attended other schools. That was, they could travel at half fares up to the age of 18 years, and pro vided that during the student's pupilage he reached the age of 18 years, the same conces sion would remain in force for him after that age. With regard to...

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DEATHS FROM THIRST. TWO REPORTS FROM THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DEATHS FKOM THIRST. TWO REPORTS FEOM THE INTERIOR, Two more deaths from thirst in tbe interior have been discovered, thesuffererinoneinstance being unknown, The latter case was reported to the Commiisioner of Police by Moanted constable J. W. Opie, stationed at Mount Freeling, who, writing from that place on March 17, taid:— 'I left here on March 11 with Mounted-constable Munroto examine and bury the body of a dead man reported to be lying north of Mumpyouri, Found the body about nine miles from Cockatoo Greek, where there is a well but no bucket or rope, though a new fence runs close to it. Deceased uau nos vubauiou waitr, wiuuu u« uuguii uavo done by taking wire from the fence. There were no papers or anything abuut the body by which bis name could be ascertained. He had evidently died from want of water. Could not find a swag, and failed to track him back beyond Cockatoo Creek. It is all sand hills about there, and it iB possible that the ewag may be covered up, as high winds hav...

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ASSOCIATION OF MOONTA MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ASSOCIATION OP MOONTA MINERS. A meeting of miners was held at the Moonta Mines railway-stage on Tuesday evening to form a mirjers' association, the attendance being poor. Mr. J. Goldswoetht presided, and in his opening remarks Baid heuoticed that there were not 3B many senior miners present ss'ciuld have been deured. He wished to krjow if tbe meeting thought there were enough men present to take upon themselves the responsibility of fotming an association and electing officers. The meeting unanimously decided that there were enough present. The SECBErAET (Mr. T. R. Rowe) said that on February 27 Mr. Peters and himself had been appointed to take names of miners will ing to join, and to write to various associations to ascertain on what terms tbsy would receive tbcm as a branch. He had iLrst written to Iho Brnken Hill branch of the Amil gamated Miners' Association, and had received the following reply :— ?' I received a letter sent by yon to Mr. Job. Cock re tie miners of Moonta amalg...

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FINNISS VALE, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

FINNISS VALE. Mabch 26. The anniversary of the Finniss Vale Ciurch wbs held on Marsh 17 and 18. On Sunday three eermoDB were preached by Rev. C, Treeiae (Bible Christian) to good congrega tions. On Monday there was a good atten dance at tbe tea and public meetings, AddreEseB were delivered by the Ravs. O, Treeise and £. Barber, and Messrs. Prior aud Dufty. The choir sang several selectioas dming the evening. This proved to be the best anniversary held here for years. The proceeds amounted to about £10.

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

Children staeviso to death on account ol tbelr in ability to digest food will find a most marvellous food and remedy in Scott's Emulsion of Pcrb Ood Livkb Oil with Htpophobphitks. Very palatable and easily digested. Bead the following testimonial : — ' I have prescribed 'Scon's Emdlsios' in cases ol children Buffering from wasting and mal-nntritlon, and oan report most favorably of its good effect : it has been In each owe taken most readily. W. Feuhtsb, M.R.C.S., Medical SupL, Burleigh Hospital, Eng.' lucre and email bottlee at oil Cbemiste. £5eow89x89k '

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CRADOCK, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

CRADOOK, Mabch 22. The St. Patrick's Day picnic was held hera en Monday, March IS, the day being m»de a general holiday. The weather 'was cool, and threatened rain, which was the cause of only a fair attendance on the ground. All the eventB were well contested, and nothing hap pened to mar the pleasure of the day. la the evening a concert was held, a good programme being well carried out by local.. amateurs, as sisted by Gordon friends. Both the picnic and concert were in aid of the Cradock Catholic Church.

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Country News. COOMOOROO AREA, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

€0untrg $efo& fFrom our own Correspondents, j COOMOORGO AREA, Mabch 25. Tilling operations are being carried ou vigorously considering the dearneas and fee r city of horsefeed, which proves very detri mental to tbe work, There is a pretty large area sown already, and if a goad fall of rain comes in April the wheat and all other vegeta tion will have a good start.

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KOOLUNGA, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

KOOLUNGA, Mahch 27« A largely-attended public meeting was held in the Institute on Friday evening last for the rmrpoee of bidding farewell to the -Her. F. Richmond, who has been' compeifed- by -ill health to resign the charge of the -Koolua;ra and Port Broughton Mission. Ovdr 10) p?r Bons were present, representing: R-^hit!, Port Broughton, Yacka, Koolunga, and Mag pie Creek. Mr. J. Button, who presided, 'called on Mr. J Moyle to present Mr. Rich mond with an illuminated address and a nurae of sovereign?, subscribed by tha various churches of the mission and the- public of Koolnrga. Mr. McEwan also presented a testimonial on bahalf of the Magpie Creek Mutual Improvement Association, after whiah Mr. Richmond replied in a lengthy speech. Refreshments were provided, songs were sung, and several toasts were proposed and responded to. On Sunday afternoon Mr. Richmond preached Fhis farewell sermon to a crowded congregation, and on Monday left for Ade laide en.route for Burrowa, New South ...

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