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SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. fFrom our own Correspondent.] London, ftlarch 22 Evidence was taken yesterday in a suit for separation brought by Lady Donegall against the Marquis of DonegalL The marchioness alleged that lately her hus band had led an utterly disreputable life. Evidence, however, was produced against tbe marchioness, and the court dtstnissed the petition on the ground that she had been guilty cf prostitution. The marquis asked for a divorce, bat this was refaaed, as he also had moral!? offended.

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FARMING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

FARMING IN ENGLAND. The British farmer has been having a bad time of it for many years past, and he will probably continue to have a bad time of it so lci':g as the home market Is flooded with, foreign produce. High rates and high rent* have to be paid, and the agriculturist ba* to compete- with tkoae coontriei^itfra ' neither the one nor the other obtair^ ~ What wonder fa it :tiiat wJtkULien years , tbe proportion of thes population aop? potted by agriculture decawwe* icon IT per cent, to under 14 pes Qitki.^ wMlet within SO years the °,-c*ease fees been j from 24 per cent. ? rHi© B»yal Commis sion, en the Dep^s&ion of Trade estimated the capitalise^ loss of Income by landlorde ted tenant* at £748,000,000 In 1885 as ' compared iv'th ten years previous, and this l-S3H.ha8 been unstained, not because the yArA has yielded lees produce per «'-& either in agricultural or grazing iJietrtctB, but because of the lower level of prlceB of all kinds of farm product* brought ab...

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THE CHILLED MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE CHILLED MEAT TRADtf. A very interesting experiment has ra« centJy been made In New South Wales in the carriage of fresh meat for long dia tances by means of artificial freezing;. The unqualified enccess which has attended, the experiment is all the more satisfactory because the weather prevailing daring the time was exceedingly hot, so that (he test was In every respect a severe one. A quantity of beef and six; carcases of mutton were nlaced in a refrio-erAtlhor /»»r in Sydney, carried right through to Bourke on the great western plains, and then brought back to the capital, tha y whole distance traversed being 1,100 miles, and the time occupied being four ? . days. When the meat was taken out,, after its return to Sydney ft was found by a committee of experts to be in perfect condition. The refrigerator used In this case was a Bell-Coleman-Haslam cold-air machine of the same sort as that employed in the cool chambers of the large steamers which carry fruit and meat to Europe. I...

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TREATMENT OF MR. O'BRIEN. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

TREATMENT OF MR. O'BRIEN. Fiona our own Correspondent 1 Los don, March 22. In the House of Commons yesterday Mr. John Morley, member for Newcaatle on-Tyne, moved a vote of censare 'on Mr. Balfour personally, and spoke of the persecution to whicU Mr. O'Brien had been subjected In Clonmel Gaol. He urged that the conviction was a mockery of justice and a travesty of legal forms. Mr. Balfour could have had no genuine apprehension of the effect of the speech which Mr. O'Brien had delivered four months before action was taken in reBpect to it, or he would not have allowed so long a time to elapse before instituting proceedings. Mr. Balfour replied, and the division then taken resulted In the rejection of the motion by a majority of €4, being a smaller majority by 15 than that by which nearly three weeks age the ' coercion' vote of censure was nega lvcd.

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

ENSILAGE. I have been asked to write cay recent ex perience of eneilsge, and, having now eat into a 200-ton stack of this year's tares and oats and tares, oats, and peas, take this opportunity o! doing bo. I now make all xay enailage from the arable land because I prefer to keep grass land in pasture, and the extra weight obtain able off the arable land more than p»ys for the extra seed and labor. I find I can get about tbe same weight per acre tares ensilage as I used to grow of swede turnips, and the latter required one acre of bay in addition to one acre of turnips to feed the same amount of P»WIk «M- A S*M1 UUV Vm\M VAA HQ VUG ttVCC VI tares alone— that is, one acre tares ensilage goes as far ae one acre ewede turnipa and one ?ere meadow grass bay put together. There fore I think one of the {treat features of ensi lage will prove to be that il will entirely aoper crtie tfce grewtlMiS f&nrpc. R it ene&par to PJtfW than turnipB, is ae good and cheeper as » Seating ...

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THE TIMES AND THE PARNELLITES. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE TIMES AfcD THE PAENELL1TES. [Frocs oat own Correspondent,] Loisdox. March 21. Mr. George Lewis, solicitor for the Paintllites, has obtained possession of the diary of the suicide Pigott, in which are contained notes of his transactions with the persons who supplied the Times with the forged documents. The revelation of these details is expected to produce a great sensation. Losdos, March. 23. A warm debate has occurred in the Houeb of Commons on the subject of the connection of the Government with the Times Commission. Sir William Vernon Harcourt strongly attacked, the Minlatry on the ground that their action had been marked by partiality towards the Times in its persecution of the Parneliites. He urged that the arrangement by which Sir fiichard Webster had undertaken the caBe for the prosecution, though he occu pied the position of Attorney-General in the Government, was a proof that Ministers had identified themselves with tbe charges made by the Times, and as these bad failed...

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

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. ' We have had some very hot weather during the .past week. A change for rain has on two or three occasions appeared imminent, bat it has sot come off. The Government astronomer told us on one occasion that the conditions were becoming favorable for rain, and we naturally hoped for a realisation of his state ment* bat so far (Thursday afternoon) the rain has not come. Such weather as we are having now cannot, however, hut much longer, and the hope is general that when the change takes place we shall have a good downpour. : ? ±ne conunuea aosence 01 rain in v lctoria is causing considerable' anxiety amongst farmers in general (say b the Leader of Saturday last). The ground has become bo hard in many dis tricts -that it is impossible now to eet on wit 1 ploughing operations and consequently th work is at a standstill. The pastures havj changed very much lor the worse in appearance during the last couple of weeks, and if rain does not come shortly there it a great pr...

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THE LATE MR. TAPLIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE LATE MR. TAPLIN. On Saturday afternoon, with the simplest of funeral rites, the body of the late Mr. F. W. Taplln was committed to the earth. Amongst those who stood by the grave, to take a last look before it was closed on the coffin, was a group of aborigines, whose simple grief was a genuine tribute to the friend they had lost. The late superintendent of the Point Macleay Mission Station lost his life in an attempt to save life. Fortunately this is no ex ceptional instance of heroism, but the act is none the less heroic. There never have been wanting in the past instances where English men and English women, from the highest to the lowest, have counted their own life but dust in the balance when duty called them to deeds which might involve its sacrifice ; and there never will be wanting in the future such instances unless the national character goes back upon itself. It will be an evil day, if such should ever arrive, when deeds like these come to be regarded as beyond the r...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. CRYSTAL BROOK, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

COUNTEY. TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondents.] ORYSTaL BROOK. Marnb.25. Kate Turner, a married woman, was charged before Meseis. Miller and Davidson to-day with the larceny of part of a bag of wheat from the Milling Company's wheat stack on Satur day sight. Mounted- Constable Barton executed a search warrant, and discovered the wheat secreted in tbe prisoner's bedroom. Turner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to three months' bard labor. KOOLUNGA, March 23. A largely-attended public meeting fras held in the institute last nicht for the purpose of tsyitg farewell to the Rev. F. Richmond, who ib leaving tbe colony. Representatives were preFHit from Red hill, Port Brougbton, Yaeka, and Mac pie Greek. About 120 people were present, and an illuminated address and puree of sovereigns were precepted to Mr. Richmond, who made an appropriate reply. MOUNT GAMBIER, March 26. A crictet match was commenced to-day between tbe Adelaide Wanderers and tha Mount Gambier clnb. Tbe Wanderers in the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, _m- DEATHS. Announcement* under tha headlno are inserted a a charge Two ShiUingg and Sixpence each ukM not exceeding five line*. BIETHS. TtSK.— On the 19th March, at Mannum, the wife cJ J. H. Tink, of a son. Both doing well. CEISPE.— On the 23rd March, at Cmlders-street, Korth Adelaide, the wife of B. Crispe, of a daughter. SHEPLET.— On the 13th March, at King William road, Hyde Park, the wile of E. B. Shepley. of a eon. MUiR.— On the 22nd March, at Teakle- street, Exeter, Port Adelaide, Mrs. Wm. Muir, of a daughter. WAKEEN.- On the 14th March, at Hewett-avenue, Rose Park, the wife of W. W. Warren, of a son. BABBITT.— On the 23rd March, the wife of Edwin Barritt, Riverside, Lyndoch, of a daughter. - - WARD.— On the 19th March, near Eadina, the wife of- James Ward, of a daughter. RAilSAY.-On the 24th March, at Eden Park Mount-Barker, lira. 3.O. Eatnsay. of a eon. GODLEE.^On the 25th March, at first-avenue, East Adelaide, the wife of Theodore Gadlee, of a daughter. ...

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Mining Intelligence. (For other Mining News sec page 5.) BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY AND BLOCK 14 RETURNS. Broken Hill, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^minQintelligotct (For other Mining Neva sec jpage 5.) BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY AND BLOCK 14 RETURNS. ; I By Telegraph. 1 Broken Hill. April 5. The week's nur at (he Broken Hill Pro prietary mine is *w follows : — Mine furnaces — Treated 2,568 tans oie. yielding 445 tons bullion, containing 116*844 02. silver. At Block 14 the week's run for two furnaces was :— Treated 626 tons ore, yielding 147 tons bullion, containing 16,449 oz. silver.

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QUEENSLAND. [Brisbane, March 29.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

QUEENSLAND. [From our cwn Correspondent.] [Brisbane, March 29. The small strike which occurred in Mr. Otto Hagan's bookbinding department in consequence of Mr. Hagan doins: trork fora non-union office threatens to lead to serious results. The Queensland Typo graphical Society have requested the master printers to hold a conference to consider the matter, to be held on Tues day. The work objected to was done by Mr. Hagan himself, but the men objected and struck work. Brisbane, March 31. The acting Governor has received a communication from Lord Knutsford intimating that before recommending the Queen's assent to the Chinese Restric tion Bill the Government will require to kcow the reasons which led to the de parture from the agreement arrived at by the Anti- Chinese Conference In Sydney. The weather continues showery. The reservoirs are slowly rising. The annual meeting of Messrs. Perkins and Company, Limited, was held yester day. The profits for the year ware stated at £14,500, and a...

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THE BROKEN HILL MINERS. Broken Hill, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE BROKEN HILL MINERS. FB-7 Teleeratih.1 Broken Hill, April 4. At to-mgnt's meeting tne .Miners Associa tion confirmed their previous action. It was resolved — ' That the mine managers be asked to do away with all Sunday work, or allow pay and a half, this to include truckers.' The latter will be allowed to work next Sunday If called upon. Much anxiety is expressed aB to the result of this resolution.

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TASMANIA. Hobart, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

TASMANIA. [From out own Correspondent.] Hobart, March 31. The consolidated revenue for the month of March totals £55,532, as compared with £44,182 for March, 1888. The totals for the quarters were £153,721 for 1889 and £139,164 for 1888. The figures are considered hishly satisfactory. Hobart, April 1. The steamer Oonah made the best run on record from Sydney to Hobart, arriving here at 3.30 this afternoon. The time from wharf to wharf wa3 47 hours 10 minutes. Mr. H. F. Armstrong, one of the oldest shipowners here, died to-day, aged 69. Hobarfc, April 3. The Governor- in-Council to-day autho rised the Issue of a Tasmanian loan of one million as inscribed stock. It is understood that there is no probability of the loan being placed on the market before July next. Ihe Agent-General advises that the Egyptian Government railway specifica tions exclude Tasmanian timber, but he has arranged with Mr. Wright, the con Eulting engineer, to inspect a sample of Tasmanlan woods at his office, and...

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UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. L.L.B. Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. LL.B. Examinations. The following are tbe results of tbe ordinary examination for the LL.B, Degree held on April 2 and 3 :— FIBST YBAH Secord Class.— Charles a'Gourt Bloxam. Third Class.— Richard Edward Hourigan. SECOND TEAB. ThiTd C!1rhr. — Alfred Bonnin. Illfc-ffd Gordon Gwynne, Ernest Maurice Sabine. THIRD TDEAB. Third Class. —Thomas Hogarth Warren. The following students of the Becond year are entitled to a certificate of having passed in constitutional law:— Sidney Bridle Durston, Joshua Addison Hargrave, Henry Edgat FoBter.

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. [From oar own Correspondent,! Melbourne. March 29. It is now known that 25 candidates for the Assembly have lost their £50 deposits for not securing a sufficient mxoiber of votes. The new Parliament will probably be called together in about a fortnight for the swearing-in of members and electing a Speaker, after which an adjournment will take place until June. Robert F. Dlxson, son of Mr. R. Dixson, of Balaclava, committed suicide early this morning in the Palace Hotel by shooting himself with a revolver in his bedroom. He had been drinking. John Spence Spencer, a clerk employed by the Orient S.N. Company, haa been committed for trial for embezzling £22, the property of the firm. The half yearly meeting of David Mnnro & Co., Limited, was held to-day. The report and balance-sheet showed a loss of nearly £200,000 on the half-year's proceedings. The meeting adjourned for a week to enable the shareholders to master the details of the balance-sheet, ...

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HOW PILLS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

HOW PILLS ARE MADE. The custom of taking medicine In the form of pills dates far back In history. The object is to enable its to swallow easily! in a condensed form, disagreeable and nauseous, but very useful, drugs. To what vast dimensions pill- taking has grown may be Imagined when we say that in England alone about 2,000,000,000 (two thousand million) pills are consumed every year. In early days pills were made slowly by hand, as the demand was comparatively small. To-day they are produced with Infinitely greater rapidity, by machines especially contrived for the purpose, an? with greater accuracy too, In the propor tlons of the various Ingredients employed. No form of medication can be better than a pill, provided only it is intelli gently prepared. But right here occurs the difficulty. Easy as it may seem to make a pill, or a million of them, there are really very few pills that can be honestly commended for popular use. Most of them either undershoot or over* Bhoot the mark. A...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 31 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES. I'From our own Corresnondent.l Sydney, March 31 . A one rain extending even to the great waterless west has been falling since Friday with a couple of breaks only, Id coming down continuously In Sydney all to-day and to-night. In some parts of the colony the fall has been very heavy, over an inch being registered in several places on the Darling and Mclntyre and In the northern district. On Saturday afternoon a boy named Kelberg while fishing hi a waterhole at Leichardt fell In. A young man named Tyies attempted to rescue the boy, but failed, and both were drowned. Seven similar deaths have occurred hi this hole. Sydney, April 1.. Sir John Hay (President of the Legis lative Council) to night gave the usual opening dinner to members of both Houses of Parliament and a number of other distinguished guests. The water in the Dunlop bore is rising so rapidly as to flood the country about it. News from Thursday Island states that the German barque Myanbais is reported to b...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thdbsdat, April 4, appointments. David Lindsay, E-q., to De a member of the beard of examiners lor entveyora, vice Cam ming resigned. Peter Morrie, een., Esq . Bundaleer ; William Henry Binney, Esq , Crystal Brook; George Kirkhouse Jenkins, E?q.,J,P.,Hallett; Abraham Bristow, Esq., J P., Mount Remark able, to continue ; and James Hutchison Ritchie, Eeq., and Wilhelm Erieg, Esq., of jBcepede and Moorooroo respectively, to ba members of tbe local echool boards of advice. BESIGNATIONS. The resignations of Dr. George Purcell Atkins, J.P., and Robert Lindsay, Esq., as members of the school boards of advice for Port Lincoln and Port Adelaide respectively are accepted. LOCAL MILITAEY FOBCES. Color-Sergeants Robert Henderson Smith and Alfred Vaughan, of the Volunteer Force, to be lieutenants ; Lieutenant Henry Pfrlmereton Totnkineon to be captain in Militia Cavalry: and the resignation of Captain George Hall Toliey, Volunteer Force, to be accepted. THE 1IAHB1AGE ACT. The...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MARINE BOARD. Thdesdat, Apbil 4. Present -The chairman (Mr. J. Formby), Wardens Legoe, Neill} McCoy, and Smith, and the secretary (Mr. T. N. Stephens). The harbormaster at Port Adelaide reported that the deck sheeting on Robinson bridge was worn away, in several places, and repairs were Deeded to tbe ferry steps. Referred to the Engineer-in-Chief's Department. Tbe Wallaroo harbormaster wrote stating Savenas had been removed to the hospital Buffering from typhoid fever. The harbor master had received from the master of the vessel £5 3s. 5d. balance of wages due, £10 for hospital expenses, and £5 for three months advance wages to cover incidental expenses. Mr. T. Hogart, of ArdroBsan, reported that serious damage had been done by the floods to the jetty. The whole 'approach and all the filling-in behind the jetty had been washed away. Ab the jetty was frequently used it re quired immediate attention. To be repaired. Mr. George Justice reported that the beacon below No. 10 light beacon...

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