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HOG BAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
HOG BAY. March 18. The weather still continues dry; and there seema no early prospect of rain, — As barley, growers cannot find a market in Adelaide they are trying to arrange to sell their produce in Melbourne and Sydney, having the balance on hand ot about 3,000 or 4,000 bagB. Some farmers are forwarding their barley to Port Adelaide, intending to store it for a few montbB in the hot-e of beine able to* find a salo for it at the end of that time. — A tea meeting was held in the Wesleyan Church on Monday lafct, which was fairly well attended!' ' A-a ?entertainment was held in the evening, at which a large number of people ' attended. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. C. W. Gerjge, who also sang several songs, aud the Rev. Mr. Dendy (Church of ' Eagland) assisted at the organ in an able manner. Songs, readingB, and -recitations were given by many others, and altogether a very pleasant evening was spent. The net- proceeds amounted to between £4 and £5. — Mr. Schand has again start...
HAMMOND, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
HAMMOND. Mabch 2G. Captain Heaney inspected the Hammond Mounted Rifles, B Company, on Saturday last. He showed the men the construction of their rifles, and instructed them as to how they should keep their accoutrements in order. Afterwards he took the little company of bix men to the target, where they indulged in eome class firing. — The weather keeps very dry, and all the dams are nearly dried up. Tbe few farmers who are tilling Sad it a hard job to do so, having to drive their lurses along -way to water.
GOYDER, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
GOYDER. March 25, The farmers in this district are btuily engaged getting the ground ready for the seed. Some have already started sowing. — The new schoolroom at Grant's Hill was opened on Wednesday, March 20. The school was built by Mr. A. James, of Balaklava. A tea was provided in the afternoon by Mesdames Mas ford and Dtiuoiv. to which a good number sat down; and in the evening an entertainment was held, being presided over by Mr. D. Virgo. A good programme of recitation, songs, piano eoIob, and duets was creditably gone through by ladies and gentlemen from Bala clava, Whitwarta, Bismarck, Nantawarra, Port Wakefield. and the scholars attending the Grant's Hill school.
LONDON TABLE TALK. London, February 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
LONDON TABLE TALK. [From -rar Special Correspondent.! London, February 15. 1889. I am now In a position to tell you the real truth about the death of the Crown Prince of Austria, or perhaps, I ought to say the version accepted at the various legations in London and retailed sub rosa to the clubB. The Prince's behavior had for some time given great offence to his father. Not only was he constantly getting into discreditable scrapes with women, but he drank far more than he should, and affected low society, par ticularly that of a cabman, an amusing dog, named BratuBch. On the Sunday before his Imperial Highness died there was a tremendous family row brought) about through the Emperor's discovering an intrigue between his heir and a Court lady. In the course of the scene the Emperor threatened to appeal to the Pope and get the Crown Prince divorced from his wife and disgraced in theeyes of Europe. He cursed Providence for giving him such a disreputable son, and' bade the young man go ...
CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
CLARE. March 16.— Special meeting. Pre3pnt— The cl- airman and Ch. Buzacott, Carter, and Ruciak. Clerk reported writing to Ooaomis eioner of Crown Lands for £400 for Sevenhilla acd Mintaro road, aud that a reply had beea received stating thit the main road inspector vould inspect and report ; after svardi the application would be considered. Tenders accepted — Contract 23, H. Martin, 3a. 4J. per yaid ; 24. H. Martin, £3 17s. per ohain ; 23, J. McDonuld, Sb. 3d. per yard (accepted oa sect uot of f itce) ; 27, M. JVIcNamara, 3d, 2 j, jer yard ; 28, M. McNamara. 3d. 2d. per yard; 29. J. P. Moran, £17 0j. 6d. (accepted con ditionu'lj) ; 30, D. Jecner, 2s. lid. per yard; SI, P Fahey, Ss 5d. (aceocnt -stone boat) ; 32, 3. McLhnald, 3s. 2d. Thirteen applications uceivtd for fctaticDman ; G. Covel accepted.
OUR ANGLO-COLONIAL LETTER. London, February 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
OUR ANGLO- COLONIAL LETTER. iFrom our Special Correpondent.l London February 15. 1889. Lord Kintore Is going through a severe course of valedictory banquets. A num ber of friends fed and — metaphorically speaking— fondled him at the Devonshire Club on Tuesday ; the Junior Constitu tional have a dinner in his honor on the 25th lnst., and the Scottish Club on the 1st prox.; several tenant dinners in Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire loom in the distance, and there are besides numerous smaller functions that will have to be gone through somehow before he leaves. Altogether his Excellency's time is pretty fully filled Dp. Fortunately he has a good digestion and a fluent tongue, as well as a pleasant presence and a genial and kindly manner. Both he and Lady Kintore are immensely popular on their Scotch estates, which have the reputation of being amongst the best and most generously -managed properties north of the Tweed. By-the-way, the Aber deen tenants mean to make a valedictory presen...
COURNAMONT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
COU&NAMONr. March 18 — Present— All except Cr. Hu^hsa. Crown Lauds Office wrote stating- that £200 bad been allotted to council as a special grant for construction of main reads, Blanchecowu council wrote ref peeling boundary- road and dog fees ; cleik to reply. Messrs. Hutohinson scd Batten waited on the council re Retting toad from corner of section 6 to Walker'^ Flat placed on schedule of main roads; also re punt at Walker's Flat. Decided by lot that Cm. J. McCallum, J. B, Hughes, O, Patlaad, D. O'Dta, and J. Zadovr retire, and also Mr. F. E. S:hcHze as auditor, Receipts, £35; pRjicentB, £lO16s.
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL NEWS. London, February 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL NEWS. London^ February 15. 1889. The wool market is characterised by a firm at d. steady tone, and a fair amonnt of animv tion etill prevails at the series now going on. The baidining tendenoy referred to last week has been farther accentuated,' especially in Cape produce, and Cape scoured and fleeces now realise prices folly up to close of last series, greasy barely reaching that point The tallow market has again been ex ceedingly quiet ; buyers do not feel disposed to come forward, nor do Bailers feel disposed to accept lower rates, and in the absence of bneiness neither seem inclined to give away. u.ne irans ana JNew xorK quotations area fraction firmer, but a plentiful supply of home tallow keeps English manufacturers out of the market. At the public sales held on February 8 the few casks offered met with a very cold reception. ISo Australian tallow was boH, ex- ' cept eome dull mutton at 27s. 6d. There were no buyers over 28s. for fine mutton tallow and 27s. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
The Best Natural Aperient. The APOLLINARIS CO., Limited, London^ *— J' /V e ? ~ce *#fl*i as num t / \ fir tent Waters are / N. jfered to the publt / \ under names oj / S. which the / \± word 'HUKTAwH / forms part,ikejr\^ J have now adopted an \- J aiditional Lab/ 1, \. / comprising iheir Rt~ +\ ? v terei Trade Markqfsclection?$Wf which consists cf a RED DIAMOND. 2rhis Label will henceforth serve to distinguish tiie Hungarian Aperient Water sold by tits Company from all other Aperient Waters. DEMAND THE DIAMOND MARK, and insist upon receiving the Hungarian Aperient Water ef the Apoujnaris Company, Limited, London. Qf mil Vmecitttwi Mintrml fr'aier Dealer*.
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
MANAGERS' REPORTS. Kisgaet G.M. Co., March 23.— 'Strawbridge'sshaft enck 6 'feet ; total, 192 feet. No change in ground. 'Taken out and bagged about 10 tons of stone from John (Brown reef. Xaken quartz from three different places about 60 feet east and west of shaft, and about 4 tons from shaft. Believe it wiiltntn out well. At Bismarck shaft made start to break quartz showing good gold. Keef here iB small.' New West Waukakikga G.M. .Co, March 23.— ' Main drive extended 9 feet for the week ; total, 133 feet Put in bore to-night, and out the lode 2 feet ahead of drive. Bored into it a foot, not through, trill get to it on Tuesday.' Telegram, March 25 :— ' Part, nf thp ririvfl nn tn solid lode to-nkrht.' Umbbecmbeeka S.L.M. Co., March 23 —'No. 3 east-^Driven 16 feet without change. No. 3 west— Driven 10 feet ; face loots better for ore. Ko. 4 east —Driven 12 feet, and furnished little ore. Ko. 4 west — Driven IS feet, and furnished good ore all tbe week. Ko. S east— Driven 19 feet; ra...
Mail News. THE PARNELL ENQUIRY. MAJOR LE CAROK'S EVIDENCE. London, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
#Iail Jt€to0, THE PAENELL ENQUIRY. [By Telegraph from Albany.] [From our Special Correspondent.] MiJDR LE CAROK'S EVIDENCE. London, February 15. The crosB-« xamination of Le Caron, or Beach, before the Parnell Commission cloaed on Tuesday. The witneHB, who had been on the atool five days ia all, lYonderfnlly adhered In his cross exami nation by Sir C. Russell and others *o tbe statements made in his examina tion by the Attorney-General. Mr. Paid questioned him concerning his fiaanciil arrangements with the Governments ot England and Canada, which he was Enppking with secret information. ** My first agreement with the home Government was,' said LaOaron, 'that I should have ample funds for my works. The specific arrangement lasted from 1S63 to 1870.' 'At what rate had he been paid all that time?' 'Fifty pounds a month' was the reply. Some confaaion arising between hia statements that £50 did not cover his expenses and yet that he lived upon his secret service money, Le Caron explained...
MR. HOUSTON AND THE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. DAVIS AND PIGOTT. London, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
MR. HOUSTON AND THE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. DAVIS AND PIGOTT. London, February 22. The evidence of Mr. Macdonald (the manager of the Times), Houston, and Pigott, fiom whom the Times obtained the famouB letters, occupied the Parnell Commission thiB week. The proceedings created an absorbing Interest, the conrt houBe being crammed to Its fullest capacity at every sittlngby privileged ticket-holders, and special editions containing the reports were eagerly bought up. The cross examination of Mr. Macdonald by Mr. Asquith was concluded on Tuesday mora ine-, and brought out little that waa fresh. Tbe only new point elicited was bh.it; th.a Times bad not sought to ascertain from whom Pigott obtained the letters he had entrusted toHonaton, bat were apparently satisfied with the stipulation that that was Pigott's secret. Houston, who Is de scribed as a journalist and secretary to. tha Irish Loyal and Patriotic League, stated in his evidence that he first em ployed Pigott to obtain materials for a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
Don't Bit too near the footlights at the theatre, for it has been observed that nearly all the men who do so have become bald and «rrey, evidently from the effects of the glare. The best way, however, to pre vent the hair from turning grey, or to restore ite na tural color and freshness when the eilver streaking has' already begun, is to use Mrs. S.A.Allen's World's Hair Restorer, which never fails to absolutely renew t&t color ot youtfc. Sold everywhere. xl75;ieCi-9
General News. INDUSTRIES OF THE ANGASTON DISTRICT.—No. I. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
General jfetog. IKDUSTRIES OF THE ANGASTOX DISTRICT.— No. I. [By our Special Reporter.] One of the most beautiful diatricba ia the colony, and at the present time one of the most prosperous, Is the district of Angaston. Though Buffering like other places from the dryness of the season, there are ample evidences to the visitor that the people who reside in and round and about Augaston are a favored race. Jhey have a grand climate — warm in the daytime and cool at night — and the land is the valleys and on some of the hillsides is exceptionally rich. With a good rainfall and h!gh elevation above Bea level, and other natural advantages, it is not to be wondered at that we find in this locality evidences of permanent settle ment and assured prosperity such as are only to be met with in few other places, and much of this prosperity is due io the fact that the residents have given special attention to viticul ture and the growth of fruit. A visit to the- establishment of Messrs. S. Smith ...
DEATH OF MR. RALPH MOSS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
DEATH OF MR. RALPH MOSS. Some time since we announced that Mr, Ralph Moss had been drowned in attempting to ctobb theftiellie Greek near the Eveleen mine, in the Northern Territory. The following ac count of the occurrence by which Mr. Moss lost his life has bBen furnished to the Northern Territory Times by Mr. G. McKeddie, who was travelling with Mr. Mobs when the acci dent happened : — ' We left Morris's camp at' the MacKinlay Grossing on Wednesday, Feb ruary 20, and the roads were in good order till we came to the Nellie Greek, about 7 miles from the Eveleen. We did not attempt to cross cnat nigut, uui caiupeu uu i#uia eiue. All the evening we had heavy rain, and at 10 o'clock were flooded out from under the buggy. The creek rose rapidly^ and we were forced to shift our things higher up, and for safety I tied the baggy to a tree ; we now considered our selves all right, but soon found we were sur rounded by water. Mobb became very despon dent, thinking that we had no way of escap...
TELOWIE, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
TELOWIE, Mahch 21. As Mrs, A. Carmichael, of this place, was returning from a visit to her daughter, Mrs, W. Holman. to-day she was accidentally thrown from the trap and had her arm broken. The} limb was set, and the injured lady is doing as well as can be expected.— The weather keeps nice and cool,— Farmers are preparing for seeding, while a few have already begun, and the present appearance of the wheat market is cheering to those who were able to hold their stocks.
RENMARK, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
REKMARK, Mabch 25. Tl^e riiv r is etiil lulling rapidly, and now it ! is only 3 h cbe» nb-ve summer level ; as a con- j eeqaence the Kuby is to be laid up till such ! time as the weter rises. — The weather has beau j cool and even cbilJv during the week, but it ia wanning up again, — Mr, QhKSey'a inaAee an tha Ral Ral end of the town J- atv bfcia? cat aa« cooked, aud tfce cobs appefif excellent in every respect.— As there is not much work going oa men are leaving br ev3ry boat-, — Mr. George Ohaffey came up by ths Ruby, aud want oa to Mildura, and &Ir. Hall an! hia party also -rent i:p to MMura, and had great difficulty in (fbj-ting there on account of the low water.— On Saturday ft football mitoh w»s played ^between the oii fttnmark team and all the newcomers, and resulted iu victory for the veterans by 3 goals to 1.— Oa Sunday Mr, Lanbman, caretaker and treasurer of the Working Men's Club (who had kit the week before), was brought back from town by Con stable J. B. Garland...
COURTS OF REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
COURTS OF REVISION. Noabldkg*,— Held at the courthouse, Morphett Vale, on Maich 23/ Retnrning officer, Mr. G. H. Mjles. Legislative Counoil — Number previously on toll, 746 ; added, 3 ; struck off and transferred, 11 ; present number on roll, 738. House of Assembly— Number previously on roll, 1,195 ; added, 7 ; struck off and transferred, 11 ; present number on roll. 1.19L North Adelaide. — Held on Maroh 23. Mr. C. J. Costes, returning officer. .Legislative Council— Number previously on roll, 1,456; added, 54 ; transferred, 1 ; struck off roil (dead*, 4 ; present cumber on roll, ? 1,505. House of Assembly — Number previously on toll, 2,632; added, 1S8 ; transferred, 1 ; struck off, 6 ; present cumber on coll, 2.373.
WILD HORSE PLAINS, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889
WILD HORSE PLAINS. Mahch 23. A Mutual Improvement Society was formed here on Tuesday evening, March 19, in connec tion with the institute. The following officers were elected for the year : — Mr. F. G. Roberts, president ; Mr W. H. Jones, vice-president ; Mr. P. McDonald, secretary. A course of short papers on history, biography, astronomy, mttsic, and politics was promised by various members. — Ploughing is the order of the day, but rnoBt farmers are anxious for rain, as they do not believe in working the ground in its pre sent dry state.