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VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

VESTRY MEETING. Christ Church, Balaklava.— Tuesday, April 2— Present— Rev. E. K. Yeatman (chairman), Messrs. Graham, RobinBOD, Shepherd, Kncben- meister, and Oehlmann, and Dr. Baker. The secretary (Mr, Oehlmann) was appointed people's warden in place of Mr. HoBking, resigned, and all other officers aBked to con tinue in office till a future meeting. Votes of thanks were tendered to officers, lay readers, tbe organist, choir, schoolteachers, and the ladies for their special efforts on behalf of the church.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Vahjablb Discovery fob ihb Haib.— I! your hall Is turning erey or white, oi falling off, nee 'The ifeiican Hair Benewer,' for it wiU positively restore in every ease Grey or White Bait to Its original color, without leaving the disagreeable eznell oi most ' Re storers.' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, M well £8 promoting the growth of the btir on bald epota where the glands are sot decayed. Ask your chemiet for 'Thb Vsxiois Haih B-ejbwkil' Sold by Cbemleta end Pertamere everywhere at 8s. 6d. vet bottle-. Wkchttfa DepOt—aS, FrKrt**t*d-ro*aa-t, fc-tden ttgCMxltte

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

EOYAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the committee of -the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society was beld at the office, GrenfeU-street, on Friday week. There was a good atten dance of members, and Mr, J, Lindsay {vice- president) occupied the chair. Mr. H. MoKge, of Waterfall Gully, wrote complaining that his collection of fruit at tha recent show bad been overlooked by the judges, the arranger failing to call their attention to it. ?J3J.WT BUI11C3 UI£UUDCXUil M WOO UCU1UOU IrU AVVtftLU Mr. Mngge the second prize. Mr. . Moltnhts asked when would be the proper time to consider the question of revising the prize list eo that the society could oonrider the question of offering prizes for a collection of dairy utensils and a model of a working dairy. He moved — ' That it be a recommen dation to the committee to consider this qnes tion when revising the prize list.' Tde motion -was carried.' Mr. J. Kemp Penney wrote with ragard to extraction of oil...

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WHOLESALE PIRCES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANNERS AND PELLMONGERS GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

W1J OLE-SALE PRICE8 OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. TANNKKS ASP PKT.LMOSeBEa1 OOODB. Bonee, £'i 4s. ; hoofs and knuckles, £3 ; 6hank Donn-. -rom £6 to £9 lbs. ; hides, best heavies, in clean condition, Zd., medium 3d. to 3fd., %ht Sd. to S;d ; bcrue, up to 2te. ; calfrklne. 4d. to od. per lh.; kaDuaroc eKins. Is. 6d. to Ss. Cd. per lb. ; skine, St. td . 2e. ic- Is. lOd.— April i. BtTAIL PRICES. MBAT. Ecef, 4d. to Sd. perlb.- mutton, 2Jd. to 6d. perlb. ; port, id. tc bd. per lb.; veaL, 4d. to fed. per lb.; beef sausages. 4d. per lb. ; pork do.. Sd. per lb.; Iamb 2b. tw. torequaiter, aa. 6d. bindquarter. — April 4 DAia? paoDuoa. Batter, le. Cd. to le. lOd. per lb. ; eggs. la. id. to l-r~ Cd.; bacon, le. per lb.; lard. lOd. to Is. per lb.: cheeec, la. to le. id. per lb. — April 4. FKUTT ASH VEGETABLES. Beet, 4d. per bunch ; carrots,' 2Jd. per bunch ; cabbages, 4d. each ; celery, 6d. per head ; cress, Id. per buuen ; leekB, id- per bunch ; lettuce, ljd. each ; onions, Ed. per lb. ; parsley, Id. pe...

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THE FARMERS OF ANNA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE FARMERS OF ANNA. A public meeting was beld at Mr. 'Vigar's, in the hundred of Anna, on March . 27. Mr. Tittifgg, who presided, said there was no hope that the Government would assist the farmers cnth seed wheat, and as they had passed through a succession of bad seasons, and about 8,000 acres of land had dropped during the tame into the bands of the Government, it was time to consider their position. It might be well to find what the average crop was last season in the hundred. After various state ments by those present it was agreed that, considering that three-fourths of the formers did not reap at all, the average could not have been more than 7 lb. of wheat per acre, Mr. S&USCH proposed — 'That this meeting ex presses its dissatisfaction with the Government for not assisting the farmers with seed wheat, especially as we nave improved the land.' *Thia was seconded by Mr. Ijeisinee and car Tied. Mr. F. .Kat.tsch proposed — ' That in the face of the new Land Act we shou...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

The history of the opening up of the west coaBt lands to tba agriculturist jfl com paratively resent. It is not long since that the agitation for throwing open these lands to farmers was begun, and it was carried on wtrrrly. Two practical farmers were sent over to report upon tbe character of tbe country, ar.d they returned with the opinion that the major portion of it was suitable for agri ciiliural settlement, whilst tbe Deputy S« vet or General and other Government officers who bad inspected tbe land held a aome wbat different view. The OonnniBsioner of Crown Lands, however, determined to make an experiment in that part of tbe province, and he gave instructions fcr 400 miles to be surveyed into blocks near Charts, which lies close to Denial Bay. This area was divided into four hundreds, named respectively Bartlett, Catt, Horn, and Moule, and the work of eurveying is now almost com pleted. The area of the four hundreds is about 273,000 acreB, and the Western Land Board, the member...

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COMMON DISORDERS AFFECTING CATTLE. TUBERCULOSIS—BOVINE CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

COMMON DISORDERS AFFECTING CATTLE. [From the Mark Lane Express ] XCBEKCDXOSIS— BOVINE COXSOUPTION. The very varied forms tuberculosis may assume, and the great difficulty attending its diagnosis in its early stages, are great draw backs to our arriving at a conclusion as to its existence in any given animal until the disease has made great progress. In some its presence is quite unsuspected until the animal comes to be slaughtered; while in others in its early Btages it is very often mistaken for something else. This is not surprising when we consider its erratic disposition, for, in addition to pulmonary tuberculosis and chronic diarrhcei —due to tuberculous deposits along the course of the intestines— it msy attack the brain. bones, kidneys, ovaries, udder, and gladular structures generally ; so that it is no cause for wonder that few people, except experts, recognise tuberculous in its early and most erratic f ormB. Pulmonary phthisis is the most common type of the disease, and i...

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Law Courts. (For other Law Courts sec page 12.) SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. [before his Honor the Chief Justice and juries] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

aaaaPjasftJwawaaV aaBwal-^SHafc*tk*A*«aW.aM SUPREME OOUBT^-ORrMfNAI, SITTINGS. Thcbsdat, AsmL 4. [Beforebia Honor tbe-Cbief Jnatiea anbVioriaa.1 The Ctown Solicitor -Hon. G. Maac)pK«e. cuted on behalf the Grown. **— — IBS GBOBB^TBSaTBZASBIXa OASK. Bcbert EverdiU (63) pleaded not guilty to ft CuaVXffO OX' ^DaAWxQll9 «aXld' sSSsUCXOQflSy, WOU&d4 ing one Thoa. McLonghluv at Adnlanle oa March 22. Mr. Fiper. daieoded. The. evit denoe for the Gzownwai totfae effeetthaUbout half -part 1 o'clock in tbe morning of Mareh 3| Meliouchlfai and two other men were paring along Grote-atreet. When near the Hampwhirs Hotel the priaoner came np and accnasdthe men of knocking at -nia door. Smith denied tote, and a dbputeareee, when auddtoly&nrUt called out that priaoner had adag^erishis band and asked for Mttetaape to seeate iti Everdel! immediately struck OXaogUia on tbe arm with it, infllcton* awound one and a half inches long. MoLongbKn sbonfeed^ ' Police,' whereupon ptiaoner struck ...

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CENTRAL AGRICULTURE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

CENTRAL AGRIOULTUR i.C BUREAU. A meeting of the Central Agricultural Bureau was held on Monday afternoon. There were present Mr. F. E. H. W. KrichaaS (chairman), Sir Samuel Davenport, Dr. Sahotn bnrgk, Professor Lowrie. the Ohief Inspector of Stock (air. O. J. Valentine), the Con servator of Forests (Mr. J. B. Brown), Mr. Thos. Hardy, Mr. Henry Kelly, and the secretary (Mr. Molineux). Mr. W. Hoorjer. a member of the Mount Gambier branch, was also pre sent. The ravages made by the Canadian thistle in the sooth east were commented upon by members, Mr. C. J. Valentine saying that pest was most hard to eradicate. The root, it would appear, comes from the joint, and ths smallest portion is sufficient to admit of growth. Mr, Keixy thought one of the beat means of stamping it out was by 'bashing,' that is, by cutting it down and then crashing the centre. VariouB chemicals were also used to aid in its destauction. Mr. T. Haedt, in moving 'that 'The Go vernment be recommended to bring before...

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SHIPPING FRUIT TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SHIPPING FRUIT TO ENGLAND. JFiom the Hobart Mercury of March 26.] Testerday the Orient Company's B.M.S. Iberia called here on her homeward voyage for the purpose of conveying direct to Ijondon a consignment of tbiB season's fruits. Hitherto the Tasmanian fruit exported to the Knglish market has been shipped from this port to Melbourne in the intercolonial steamers, and thence transhipped into the cool chambers of one or other, of the ocean liners. This process of transhipment is, however, for obvious reasons unequal in its advantages to the direct visit of the carrying steamer to our port, extra handling being saved and the fruit thuB being carried in the cool air from the first. Ever since the shipment of fruit to England has assumed practical shape it has been found necessary, to ensure thorough suc cess, that cool chamber [space should be avail able, if possible, in this port. The only man ner in which this could be secured was by getting the ocean-going steamers to call at our p...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS Friday, April 5. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bund[?]] W.E. EVENS AND F. [?] W.A. D[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SUPREMBOOUET-CIVCLSITriHGS -^§1 lEMare b. H^k^Justoe BaadaJ»*£ ; |l w. B. tmntisn »? mn»7 m a. nonui *'- , .™! »? ?»? *^«» towghti to imirtTae def endaatTrom oa«rmg' oa the boaraaasvoea hutcher within tbeclty.ap longsathii iifciaOTi ' absJl; cat» oa. bnaweas in psxtapi%wB^M)o batchercM Mo. »74, Baadle-Atreet, aaaSibc :?? £500 daoasgetv ' ^' BirJ.W Dowcpi, QjC., with Mr. » 6. J-H-amontQC^wittt uZEwJjESK forthedelendsat. It appeared that tte p^iatiga^arra in- ami net a ip Bondle-abeek- sai batchers, a^sVtt)»-a1a- feadtct ib aj*o a.batehjer, trading-n*- Pme atreeti aaatbe East End Market; TaeJ^Sa- ; dint fouvrrly satneloni badaeas ia. mbim- g,isesjwl-icfc the plaintiffs now; QccnnyJiin£i»n ? tictor^&^l&^neiduipowdi of StoTwdasiak Frosttana Thus. Ledser for £380. Tbe-iMK- - tjS'a case was. thst the ''l'*'T*Ji1' at tde time, ot tb» sale agnej^, apk jolongas^hebuiwessJie sold, to Tmilmiiami Frosti remained,- fan* byi jnatoal ntistaaetaM error tins term was, omfttod from tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

In Nigbt Sweats ard Prostration USE HOBSFOBD'S ACID PHOSPHA1E. Dr. Chas. Cdtmobe, M.R.C.S., 5, Hogarth road, Kensington, S.W., Eng., says :— 'I have found it extremely valuable in the last «tages of phtbieis, where exhaustion had set in after the night sweats. Also in debility and prostration arising from fevers. In atony of the stomach in dyspepsia it has done me good \ ervice.' 91aiu5x96 ? As a toilet article, Ayer's Hair Vigor stands unrivalled. It cleanses the scalp and removes dandruff, cures itching humors, restores the original color to faded and gray hair, and pro motes its growth. 91ais5x96

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Horticulture. GARDENING FOR TSE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^QttiaxliuiL GARDENING FOR THE WEEE. The Plaiks. Flotceb Gakdei,-.— Continue fcn eow at in tervals seeds ct hardy annuals, biennials, and perenniale ; plant out in the borders some of the early-raided of the above, A3 a rule, three or four plants are enough in one place ; these form a small clump, with a spaca about 3 inches between ths plants. Such things S3 stocks, cacalia, candytuft, forget me not, godetia, antirrhinum, &3., should'be planted in t.hiR WAV. Sstrpftt-nAAR and n&RtnrtiiTms shonld be town in patches where they are to bloom. The little Saponaiia calabrica is not eo much grewn as it deserves ; it is a neat edging plant with pretty pink fl.iwers, which are pro duced freely. This should be sown where it is to flower. Cuttings of softwoaded border plants may be put in now ; they will make nice strong- roottd plants for putting out in July or August. Plant out bulbs and tubers in rich soil. Chrysanthemums should be staked. or with wind and tain they are sur...

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THE RABBIT COMMISSION. THE REPORT PRESENTED. Sydney, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE RABBIT COMMISSION. THE REPORT PRESENTED. iBy Telepraph.1 Sydney, April o. The loDg-looked-for report of tho Royal Commission appointed to enquire into the introduction of oontaglous diseases amongst rabbits, and to generally report npon the several methods proposed for dealing with the rabbit pest, waa laid upon the table of the House of Assembly to dav. The i-nmmiiwinn whfoh rAnrasented Kew South WaleB, Victoria, South Aus tralia, Queensland, and Tasmania, held its first meeting on' April 16, 1888. The report recounts at leDgth the preliminary arrangements and experiments In con nection with M. Pasteur's chicken cholera remedy and Dr. Butcher's and Dr. Ellis' 3 Tintinallogy disease, and the visits to the other colonies and Silverton and Tin tinallcgy to take evidence aad make ex periments. Early in May a difficulty arose between BI. Pasteur's representatives and the mem bers of the commission owing to the former refusing to take part in experi ments on the lines proposed by the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

IF YOU WANT TO GET BEST VALUE FOR YOUR i MONEY BUY YOUR | FROM HALL &_SAVAGE ifOTE XHE FOUOW5KG FAC i¥ - 1. Not havlEg: such an Expensive Establishment as nun? of oar Comcc-tturs --e cw afford to sell at Smaller Profits. 2. We ^edally lay tmissfe^open for the Country Trade. 5. An tfcuDtry Orders are executed under the SHperrieioc o; one oi the firm. 4. As3flHccy In Executing and Dispatch in Fonrarting can alwayE Oe relied on. - ? ~~'%. Any gocdfe not eataslactory can be exchanged. 6. We send yon as Good Value as if you selected for yourselves. f. New Price-Book juit published sect free on application. PRESS DEPARTMENT. Stripe Dress Material, 2s. lid., 39. lid dcz. Heavy Melton Cloth, 3s. ild. doz. Heavy Tweed Drees Material, 5s. lid., 6s. lid., Ss. lid., 10s. Sd. doz. Heavy Bomespnn, 6s. lid., Ss nd., 10s. 9d., 12a. Ed. Jfew Stripe Drees. CM., 7Jd.. tAd., Is , Is yd. }ard Foulle Cloth, 7W.. 94d., Is. yard Costume Cloth;'Sid., 10£d., Is., is. 3d. rsrd Double width Striped Dre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^Qxkxdtmt, Sec. APPROACHING LAJID SALES. April 25. — Sale of town lands Lucindale. hundred of Joyce; MeDingie, hundred ot Bonney ; W&ubaringa, county of Ljtton and Cockburn. April 18.— Sale of Government wells in the hundreds of Mannanarie and Balina for tbe purpose of tupplpog tbe public with water. April 23.— Sale of Crown lands in the Northern Territory.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^ ? Shipping. ? ^3^. nn HK p- & o. s. n. BB^ X COMPANY, nndet contract with WHtBSS? . the Imperial, Kew South Wales, Tic tefifca, sd* South Australian Governments, will ab- pstcfe Hie following steamers for LONDON, calling at ALBANY, COLOMBO, ADEN. HRINDIBI, MALTA, ? GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH:— ? Bteamersi Ions. Commander. Adelaide. EBIXAKKI&. Z 6257 G, X. Hector _ j April 8 BALLAABAT _ 4748 E. Ashdown -April S3 TIOTOBIA _ 6268 G. F. Gates —May 6 PARKAMATTA . 477 1 R. G. Murray - May *0 1CASSHJA _ 4SI8lS.I-.ShalIard--June S OCEAN A » - 6862 P S Tomlin -June 17 CARTHAGE .. BOI3 K. G. Stead -July 1 ItaBsensen by the Britannia oan leave Adelaide on ?tBBdavTApril 8 , by any train far large Bay not bteitnan the special from North-terrace at 8.33 p.m. Wow convenience of Passengers this Train will ran down Lugs Plei. Cargo 'and Pamela received op to ?ODD Ot Saturday, 6th inch. ? '^ S Top passage moneti So London In Hret Saloon — £60to£Ti. Do. do. Second do. - JESOtoJEBT. Keto...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. It is not often that it falls to our lot to re cord snch a rainfall aa that with which the colony has been blessed during this week. Rivers &nd creeks overflowing their banks and forming lakes or rushing torrents, reservoirs filled to overflowing, tanks and dams re plenished with the precious fluid, aad the soil thoroughly soaked— tneee aretae itetnB ot news from nearly all parts of ? the colony. The hearts of pastoralists, agricnltarieta, and hor ticulturists have been gladdened by the wel come downpour, which has been wide-reaching. A few districts have not participated to the extent that could be deared in the visitation, aod other? have been rather too copiously sup plied, icETiHing in damage to railway lines and bridges, the fall having in Eeveral in stances exceeded 4 inches within twenty fonr hours. Although loss of property and much iceoDvenience have been caused by tte heavy raine, these will ba can eidered aa a trifle compared with the benefits ...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED. FRIDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

^kipping Jjieto0. ARRIVED. Fjiidat. March 23, ALBANY, eteamer, 460 tons, J. Anthons, from Freic&ntle March 22. fclr. Youn?, purser. John Turnbull, agent, City and Fort. raeaeoKers — Mesdamea A. Nichol, MoNair bod child, Graham, Thomaa, B alias and family (7). Mdllaa. Drake, Hhearer, 'And Gra ham, MeaBrs. Morris, Petarsen, Me Farlane, F. Thompson, Rev. Bullas, in the cabin ; and 21 in the steerage. I S&TCSDAY, MABOH 30. | 8T0RMBIRD, kstoii, 63 toaa, G. Simmonde, ' GRACE DARLING, echooner, 82 tons, J. A. Schmidt, from western porta. ! YAEEA, M.M. eteamer, 2,693 tons, A. R. Poydenot, from Sydney March 25th. Mel bourne 28th, Mr. Genaula'd, purser. Harroid Bros., City and Port, agents. Passengers: For Adelaide^ from Sydney — Mr, F. R. Besnaacoiii. From Melbourne — Mr. O. F. Kelly, in the saloon ; and ona in the steerage : and 162 in all classes. JESSIE DARLING, ateamss. 150 ton*. F. W. Wendlaad, from Port Liuoola. MALOOLM. ketali, 21 soaa, J. McGoroai, : from Port WakeS&a...

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices. Friday evening, April 5. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

ComtmaaJ. WBBKLY EPITOME. The Chromde Office, Fridayflvening, April 5. GSKIBAL MEBCHANOISE. This week has not been marked by any 'specially important transactions, imt iittla speculative spirit having been displayed, though £tock8 in many lines in first bands are by no means heavy. The wonderfully oopioua and general rains that have fallen Hub week will undoubtedly inspire a greater spirit of hopefulness amongst the community** large, and have a tendenoy to improve -t&e *tate of trade. There ia a strong demand lor Bugars, Umi frilfllllTi^^ *?* ?vawiHwwvi *'^ smmMm*i ? wi*^- ??»???-? ?? Large paroals of Mauritius fine whiteBihave realise £8i 13a. 6di and £24 15a. per ton, and In Melbourne np to £25 ser 'ton has been paid. In Sydney the demand generally is greater than the supply. The Xiondcm inarket continues to advance, and we anderstand that a cable advice has just been received from Mauritius of an advanoe of from 30b. to 30a. per ton there, and that shipping is -very scar...

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