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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

COMMERCIAL. fFrom got own Correspondent,! London. March 21. Beet Australian mutton tallow, ia worth 24s. to 24a. 6d ; and beef, 23s. to 23s. 6d. Australian tin is 15s. higher, being £95 5s Australian wheat in store is firm. Tanned ekins and hides are in fiir de mand, ox hides being 3|d. to 3id. per lb. Sydney prime selected frozen mutton remains at 3f d. Losdon, March 22. Australian wheat ex warehouse is firmer at 40s. to 40s. 6d. ; do. off coast is also better, the quotations ranging from 37s. to 37s. 6d. New Zealand long berry is still quoted at 40a. to 40s. 6d. The total quantity of wheat afloat for the United KiDgdom Is 1,670,000 quarters, being 161,000 less than last week. The Australian flour market is quiet. The leather market is quiet. London, March 26. Stocks of Australian meat are low. £ew Zealand prime selected mutton has advanced gd., and Is now quoted at 4f d. The wheat market Is firm. Off coast Australian steady at 37s. to 37s. 6d. Australian flour, ex store, is Is. hi...

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

HTflTTRRnn WRFV March 25.— Present— All except Cr. C. HilL Council to charge a royalty of 4d. per cubic yard for all stone or gravel taken from main or district roads. Work ordered — Gravel and metal between Houghton and Inglewood. Government to be applied to for the balance of grant for main roads to enable the ouncil to meet current accounts. Payments, £83 3a, *7U|

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN BRIGHT. LONDON, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DEATH OF MR. JOHN BRIGHT. [From our own Correspondent.-] Losdon. March 25. The Right Hon. John Bright, M.P., whose health a few months ago was each as to give rke to serious apprehensions, but who had lately shown signs of re covery, has had a serious relapse. He ia suffering from congestion of the langs, and yesterday showed alarming symptoms. At last advices, however, he was reported to have rallied Blightly. The physicians attending the Right Hon. John Bright despair of his con dition, which, since his relapse, has been growing steadily wotEe. He is now slnk Irig rspldly.J London, March 27. The Right Hon. John Bright contiuued rapidly sinking, and after lingering for ecice hours, during which the end was momentarily expected, died at about 10.30 this nicrning. John Bright is dead. The sad news will awaken a thrill of regret throughout the whele Empire, and in every free land where the came of the great tribune of the people was cherished. Beloved by the masses of his countrymen, ...

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

HALLETT. [-o date,)— Present— All, Various corres pondence dealt with. Mr. Gare applied to have tussocks out and ruts filled on road from the Dnstholes to Mount Bryan East; Or. Thomas to attend to matter. Messrs, Jo3i&h Thomas, J. Wilks. and others applied for re pairs to scrub road, southern end of district ; Mr. Collins for repairs to creek between Mr. Dunstan'e sections and to main road north of E. Prior's contract. Council intended making inspection of roads in the district on April 2 and 3. Cr. Hancock's resignation accepted, and chairman to take steps to fill the vacaucc. Tenders accepted— Contract No. &1, D. J. Worrell, £13 15s. [6d. ; 12. E. B. Gare, £18. Receipts, £11 le. Id. PaymentB— General, £23 4s, 7d. ; and main roads, £33.

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AUSTRALIAN FINANCE. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

[AUSTRALIAN FINANCE^ [From oar own Correspondent,] IsOXdon, March 27. Before the Royal Colonial Institute last night Mr. William Westgarth, who recently visited Australia, after many years' absence, read a paper on 'Aus- tralian finance,' In which he elaborated the views he had previously expressed in reference to loans raised by the colonies. Sir Charles Nicholson presided, and there was a good attendance of members. Mr. Westgarth reiterated his opinion that the colonies would be wise in con solidating their bonds into stock which would carry a uniform rate of 3 per cent. Sir Graham Berry, Agent-General for Victoria, stated that as against the lia bility of the Australian colonies the exist ing public works were an ampla asset. He denied that there was any truth in the assumption that the present condition of the Australian defences, which had been deservedly eulogised, was the result of the Imperial Coherence. Long before the Conference was held Melbourne had been the beat defende...

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

EVRELTA. March 20. — Special Meeting. — Present — On, W. R. Axford (chair), Eerr, Trayera, Ruddook, Dunn, aed Chalmers. Road inspector not ap- feinted, Qt, Eert report^ toying let work I ia E'.irilDft ward bet«*?--i -»Ae--;.in« e-'2 *»id 53 to j? Ktlfon for £4, and rupvjs to dectioa 31. busa '«* MeCuHoch. for t'l. GILBERT,' March 2' --P^sett -A.il. Tenders ace°pted -Forming acu metalling, S Nottle, £S; forrcirjg and raetallina MoUneus's, S. Kaio, £3 7«- 6 1, Oae OlUinS P' load *° be charged for rubble, sand, o7 other mrteria ! taken from district or main r-?aa?v X.e,' Wheller reported having had calve** at t-aah s repaired for 12a, Chairman and oreil'''10 inspect road at Burridge'a, Work ordar*-«?~ Painting bridge and culvert posts on mah.' roads. 'Receipts, £25 83. 6d, Paymanta— General, £2(3 2s. 5d,; and main roada, £19 8b. M. I

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ODDFELLOWS, M.U. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ODDFELLOWS, M.U. The annual meeting cf the Adelaide District of the Independent Order of Gdtjfellpwe. Man chester Unity Friendly Society iri, South Aus tralia, was held at the M.U. Hall, Franklin street, on Tuesday, March 26 Present— Prov. G.M. Thomas Pickup (in the chair), Prov. D.G.M. A. M. Goodall, Frov. C.S. A, H. Bejer, and 49 delegates from Iqdgea. The balance-sheet of the district funeral fund showed : — Income for (he half-year, £2,944 18a. 6d.; balance last half-year, £770; total, £3,714 188. 6d. Expenditure— Paid to the widow and orphan fund of the society, £1,462 3s. 4a.; benevolent fund, £73 Gs. 9d.; death of 58 members and 25 wives, £1,168; expenses of management, £161 2s. 23.; reim bursements, £2 lls. 8d.; leaving a balance to the credit of this fund, £848 0s. 7d.. which is invested ; cash in National Bank, £598 Qa. 7d.; cash in Savings Bank, £250. The balance-sheet of the benevolent fund showed— Balance last half-year, £2.137 10a. 6d.; income, £128 15b. 3d.; total, £2...

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

CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. At St. Francis Xavier's Cathedra' on Sunday his Grace Archbishop Reynolds delivered an exquisite panegyric on Dr. Wo, Bernard Ullathorne, dwelling at considerable length on the import&nt part that able prelate played in the early days of the colonies, mare especially in Norfolk Island and South Australia. He was the first priest who celebaated maas in Adelaide, then a place of so little importance tbat the doctor's opinion wben offered the bifchopric thereof was 'it wonld never corns to any thing.' Dr. Reynolds when on a visit to Eogl&nQ in 1879 SO had the pleasure of eDowing the Venerable Ullathorne viewa of the fair city of Adelaide, and demanded reparation from the pioneer priest, who could only attri bute the marvellous change to the grace of God in thiB fair land. In reviewing from in fancy to old age the wonderful career of the learned doctor, his grace not only enlightened his congregation respecting the early days of thiB colony, but also...

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

MILITARY. The following ordew were issued from the Staff Office on Wednesday :— Militia In fantry.— Orderly officers for ensuing week — Major Stuart, A.R. ; Captain Taylor, A. ft. ; Lieutenant Hantkin, A.R, B Company, 1st Battalion— Lance- Corporals Attersol, Oat hams, and Yeates to be corporals; Private Coonan to be lance-corporal from this date. His Excellency the Administrator of the Go vernment has been . pleased to appoint Lieu tenant A. F. Cornish to be captain in the Militia Infantry, Mr. J. B. Anderson to be lieutenant on' probation in Militia Infantry ; and to accept the* resignation of Lieutenant Colonel L. G. Madley as enrolling officer, also that of Lieutenant G. A. Wilson, of the Militia Infantry..- -The following promotions ate sanctioned :— A Company, 2nd Battalion, LarjceCorporal Rose,' to be corporal ; D Com pany, Lance-Corporal Hill, to be corporal; Private Chapman, to be corporal; Private Powell, co be lance-corporal; Private Fraser, to be lance corporal, Militia ...

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TERRIBLE GALES AT SEA. MARVELLOUS EFFECT OF OIL ON THE TROUBLED WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TEKRIBLE GALES AT SEA. MARVELLOUS EFFECT OF OIL ON THE TPvOUBLED WATERS. One of the most exciting and adventurous voyages that hae ever been made to Australia was completed on Tuesday by the arrival in Melbourne of the ship Superb, fromj Montrose via Dundee. Tbia veBsel will be remembered (saye the Daily Telegraph) in connection with the famous Blackwall lice of clippers which before the advent of Eteam were the passenger carriers between England and Australia. During the last twelve months, however, Ebe hae changed hands, and ia now the pro perty of Messrs. Parry, JoneB, & Co., of Liverpool, who dispatched her to Montrose, where she loaded a cargo of deals. At the com UlCUbCUlCUfa Ul bUC 'UjOgC lit/ill bUCirj ouo uiou with an accident which necessitated theciptaiu taking her to Dundee, where the necessary repairs were; effected and the voyage resumed on December 8. Captain H. Evans, who is in charge, like muut sailors, wanted to get away from the danger of the coast, and co...

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CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Tuesday, Maech 26. Present— Dr. Whittell (president), Dr. Paterson, Messrs. H. Rymill, F. Wright, G. Young, and the secretary (Mr. G. H. Aylifie). The chairman of the IPalmerston Local Board of Health wrote stating that the medical officer of health had reported that the over crowded condition of the gaol at Palmerston and tbe unsatisfactory state of the latrines were causing dysentery amongst the prisoners. The president had sent the telegram on to the Minister of Education, and had urged that if the conditions were as represented immediate steps betaken to remedy them. The secretary to the Mount Gambier Local Board of Health submitted for approval the as officer of health vice Dr, Powell, reigned. Approved. Constable Teate wrote calling attention to unsanitary conditions existing at Ren mark. The population is about 200, The people live in tents _ or small iron houses, many being without any privy accommodation. Excreta and other tilth are deposited promis...

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Telegraphic News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

%zkQX$fhxc ^to^. GEISERAL CABLE NEWS. [From our own Correspondent.! Lontkmt, March 21. Prince Alexander of Battenbnrg, whose morganatic marriage with Fraolein Amelie Loeslnger, a theatrical vocalist, it is sought to invalidate on the ground of a fraudulent declaration by both parties, is reported to have inveigled tbe woman into a mere bogus con tract, she being entirely unsuspicious of the shameful deception. ^It is announced that the leading paper makers in England are forming a 'Trust' fcimilar to that recently organised by the salt manufacturers. Ths capital of the combination will bo £2,000,000. The Salt Trust in England ia rennrtad to have succeeded so well that tne plan Is about to be adopted by American manu facturers. Arrived — Collingwood, ship, from Mel bourne December 13 ; Alexander Law rence, ship, from Sjdney December 4; Carletoo, barque, from Sydney December 4 ; Colwyn, barque, from Sydney Decem ber 8 ; Deveron, ship, from Sydney De cember 14 ; Gretna, ahip, from Sydn...

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[From the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.] LONDON, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

IFsom the Melbourne Daily Telegraph,] London, March 21. An aeronaut, named Spencer, ascended in a balloon at Calcutta yesterday, for the purpose of making a descent in Baldwin's style, but made the mistake of starting without a parachute. He was carried out of sight and is«till missing g The death is announced of the Rev. Alfred Edersbelm, Pa D., of Old Aber deen, who was the author of a -' History of the Jewish Nation' (L856), and a well-known writer upon theological and theologico- historical gabjec&Sr- Losbon, March 22. .The aeronaut Spencer, who made an ascent in a balloon from- Calcutta on ** Thursday, with the Intention of descend ing in a parachute, and who disappeared from sight with, the balloon, was found to-d»y, none the worse for his adven ture; The Bev. Luke Tyertnan, a prominent minister, the author of a life of John 7 Wesley, fa dead. A- messenger from Central Africa has arrived at Oairo with, information that 6,000 followers of file Mahdi attacked Emin Pasha ...

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[From the Melbourne Herald.] LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

{From the Melbourne Herald*] LofiDOif, March 20. Further reference has been made to the objections of Mr. Raikes, the Post master--3reneral, to produce the corres pondence regarding the desired altera tion in the date of the departure of the Australian malls to suit the convenience of the eastern colonies, Mr. Ratkea was reported to have said tbat the letters' of Sir Graham Berry. were couched In such offensive terms that, were they produced .they could not but induce mucn motion and ill -feeling, me ±*osb . master-General now explains that he re ferred to tite tone generally of the letters from Che Agents-General, and not to those from Sir Graham Berry particularly. - There Is great commotion among the wealthy Australian colonists resident In England concerning, the probability of - their being made amenable to the provi sions of the income tax. They fear that Mr. 'McMillan's proposal to extend the .-- operations of the Act to incomes derived from colonial lands and properties will...

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Agriculture, &c. APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

^grinxlture, Set. APPROACHING LAND S£liE3* »,^pi -. 4-r5ale of mlfcellaneous lease site for 53 hotel situated near the Peafce station and on tlis eiss side of the Strong n-»y and Peake Mil war. narts of ths Feake creek, near the 2o3-mUe pole. Sale of Govern the nrh?6rY°^ 7 'l? purpoSB o{ 8UPP'y«»2 water 53 Anna '' hundred8 oI Kapperby, Pirie. aad Jotoe'-1 Milin11-6 °hto2n £nds tnri«--i*Ie. hundred of of fcupplyicg tC' Public with water. purpose April *23.-Sate PJ Crown lands in the Northern Territory. April 1.— Sale of Dastofal Ustt £-n the north coaatof Kacgaroo lelaniJ, known as the tGiile Hirer station, for pastoral purposes. April 4.— Sale of pastoral leases for pastoral purpose*. *

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

TE&TREE ftULLY. March 25 —Present— All. Works ordered on Palmtr's, Steinfeldt's, and half-chain rood, HermitBge. Parra Wirrft council requested to know if council would pay half oost of exchange of road bear Gay lard's ; council to inspect the boundary-road on Monday* April I, starting from Isglewood. Payments— General, £77 1«j 10d-; cmd main toads, £132 73, &},

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NURIOOTPA BRANCH—MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Kchiootpa Bbasch— Masch 23. Present— Messrs. K. Salter (chairman), S. Smith, A, Shannoncand A. Kobin (secretary), Reports from members and others to whom seeds had been distributed foe. experimental culture were received and discussed. The members of the branch held the opinion that owing to the lateness of the season and the absence of the late rain the trial had not been a satisfactory one, although some of the plants, and particularly sainfoin, sagotarte, and Burcet, had withstood the exceptionally severe test ol the climate remarkably well. Mr. Shannon stated that sainfoin h*d been suc cessfully grown where there was a limestone bottom. Thesagotaate was considered by mem bers to be one of the most promising plants experimented with, and it was remarked that it should be planted around a paddock, if necessary, between a double fence, the trees being set at a distance of S or 10 feet apart. At the suggestion of the Chairman it was decided to ask recipients of the seed to take care...

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AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [?] BRANCH—MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

AGRICULTURAL EUESAU. SlANBECE* BFASCH— MAECH 16. Present— Messrs. F. Wurm, P. Anderson., Geo. Sheriff, and A. Faulkner. i Referring to the *eply from Central fi-areaa giving the name of the Atriplex sanvoaecatum, a native fodder plant, it was st£&d that few plants were allowed to grow w^re cattle could get at them as they ate them, clean up, but the raencberB engaged, if possible, to secure seeds. A cone of a pine which thrives well in the Bureau it was identified as Finns muric*ta, slid the members of the branch recommended it for planting ae 8 good timber and shelter tree. Mr. E. &XD3BS0S wished tbst enquiries ehouidbeiLfcde of the Central fiuxean ia re gard to tbe prospects of a trade with Europe in condensed must (condensed juice of the grape). Sir. j?aulkner mentioned that his Russet apples were not in a healthy condition this season. Tbe fruit remained email, and it cracked. The chairman advised that all the eutt£- above tbe minute fibrous roots ehoold be brawn...

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QUORN FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

QCOEK FARMERS' UNION. A meeting of this union was held in be local council chamber on Wednesday, March 13. Mr. W. Scott (president), who occupied the chair, said the operation of the land boards in reference to dealing with the present Laud Act should be postponed until Parliament meets on account of the interpretations put upon certain clauses of tho Act by the Commis sioner. In reference to the seed wheat ques tion, when in town he had an interview with Mr, l-iijiora, wnq saia teat aicnougn ne wouia be glad to give tdlef to distressed farmers, yet he thought the granting of seed wheat would be a mistake, especially in the way suggesiei by thoEe who advocated it, as those who most needed it would not receive it. He felt sorry the Premier looked at the matter in the light be did, aB he felt confident if the concession were granted it would be a great boon to their district and the colony generally, and that the Government would be repaid for asy outlay. Mr. Mehsks moved, and Mr. Kei...

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GLADSTONE BRANCH.—MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Gladstone Branch.— Maech 23. Present — Messrs, Growden, (chairman), Hugbc-g, Bond, Brayley, Coe; and Mathisoa, and the 'secretary. Olive i Oil.— Mr. Hughes showed a sample of olive oil made from olives grown by him at tbe station. Mr. .Brayley produced samples of amber cane, holcus, and Farmers' Friend grown by him. The last was over 5 feet high, and he stated that the seed was sown last September, but did not germinate until after the rains of January 1. Hughes for his excellent and valuable paper on lucein growing, which it was generally con sidered would- be productive of much good. Mr. Hughes pointed out the necessity on all occasions for obtaining seed as new as possible; An interesting discussion ensued upon the growth of- figs. Mr. Hcghes asked if any of tbe ttembcrB present had ever seen an instance of fig eeed germinating in the colony, and re ceived a negative reply. He then observed lhat he attributed the sterility of the fig seeds grown in this colony to the abBence of t...

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