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WOOL SHIPS. LONDON. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

WOOL SHU'S. London, April 10. Several ships laden with wojl for the rext Eertes of sales havo been reported, but their arrival is delayed by unfavorable weather aud adverse winds.

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THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE IN AMERICA. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE IRISH L.AND LEAGUE IS AMERICA. , London, April 10. It is reported that during last week the agents of the Irish Land L30gue succoad«d iu establishing sixty-seven branch societies in the United States, and that they have become duly affiliated with the parent organization in Ireland.

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MERCIAL REFORMS LONDON. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

jJji'RClAL REFORMS Londox, Atiril 10. Tho Bankruptcy Act Amendment Bill, ?which provides for extensive trading reforms in matters affecting liquidation, hns passed its lirfit reading in the House of Commons. The measure contains provi sions which deal ruoet severely with cases of finud, and drastic penalties will be en forced upon dtbtois who are f ouud guilty of evading the law. The Irish meaibera have signified their approval of the Bill, aiid are assisting in Us progress through the House.

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THE IRISH LEAGUE COURTS. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE IRISH LEAGUE COURTS. London, April 10. Lieutenant-Colonel E. H. Cooper, the Lieutrtiful and Custoa Itotulorum for the County of Sligo, has given orders to the justices uf tbe peace in that county to take ciTi'CtiTe measures for closing the courts that Lave been established by the Irish Ijmd League in that part of the country. The woik is now being carried oat.

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Athletics. THE GO AS-YOU-PLEASE TOURANAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

%i\Mm. THE GO AS-TOU-PLBASE TOURNAMENT. As considerable interest is being manifested ever the probable result of the nix daya* -&3-as- jou-please Tournament, whkh commencea on Woiiaay. April 18, at midnight, in the Exhibition Building, we give fee'.ew the piiscipal perfrrmaaces of the different oom petitorn who will appear on that occasion. W. Baker, who hails from England, waa born at Wottbiog id 1&46, stands 5 ft. 7 in., and weighs 10 stone 5 lbs. He commenced his pedee tri&n career by beating W. Taylor, at the A venae, SoDthamptoD, 1 miles, for £10 a-eide. Won two or three other matches, arjdinl866 arrived inSydney. ait BtBD Viiu iu j^uBbraiia nns n«-mut3 raiTts atb Singleton in 1868, and two years after he walked second to F. Wcodhouse on the Melboom* Cricket Ground, W. Lyall third, in a S-mil« hendicap. He afterwards walked against Topley and others winning several contest, defeating W. Hamilt--n,7milesfor£lQ0andthe cbampiooship. He walked W. Edwards for...

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, April 15. MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

€mxmzmL WEEKLY EP1TOMK. Advertiser and Chronicle Unices, Friday evening, April 15. Moket Mabkbt. The qnarterlj average ttaSemeotfl fornished by the banks show at a glance that the depasits aieatavery satisfactory figure. Compared to tho rtturcs of a year ago, the increisein de posits not bearicg interest is considerable. The deposits bearing interest, aad in most iobtsuoes at nrnch lower rateB than ruled then, are alto larger. ThiB increase in deposit* is bath a goal and a bad sign. Good because it oho ws there U plenty of capital available for legitimate under takings and for the support of trade; and bad BtcaaceiE waicaces a want oi cooaaencjana enterprise on the part of capitalists. We Bear tbe deposits in the Savings Bault are also in creasing, although that institution i» bow lend ing money at 4 per cent. The increase in the publio revenue ifl sn additional source of satisfaction, the net increase in the year amounting, in spite of a bad harvest and the depression in trade, to ...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

Wiit mb Ifmiwr, Sound investment — A telephone. Bound to look well— A braided cost. When a man attains the age of 90 years, he may be termed XC-dingly old. He sued for her bamd before marriage, and her hands Eewed for him afterwards. ' Mr. Smith,' said a lady at a fair, ' won't you please bay this bouquet to present to the lady yon love?' 'Twouldnt be right,' said Mr. Smith ; 'I'm a married man.' A little boy in Georgia, who wrote to Santa Claus for a pony, was wise enough to add, 'Poscrit — If he is a male, pies ty his bebiae legs.' gJMcFlanrjery heard a gentleman say of another that he bad a too benign conntenanoe, and remarked, 'A 2 by 9 ooamtenauce ; fhirat a face, to be sore.' Hostess — 'Ns, na, Tarn, nae mair whaskey tbe day. Ye've bad's mnokle's ye can be trusted to cairry.' Tarn — 'Hout awa* wi' ye warn man ! It's no me 'afll cairry it. The powny 'II carry me 'an the whaskey tae !' Customer (sarcastically): 'There are only two hairs in this mock turtle, waiter.' Waiter — ' V...

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AUCTION SALES. STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

AUCEBM- KATT.wa BXOCX. Kr. J.C. WusinsaB:zspatiB.'&vea mibenihaS and fakiy pmduciis» a«ta, -airihe' Old Buott man 3EBcds, G«rtar,un.AiBil;Ss—(JatUB- Miiok, cows averaged ufiajfl*; fat -do Jrealised from^S ?'. 10s to £6 IBs. HotEes— liro-yearfoM.diaugat. «olt», Enbroken, £13,'; . three-yeai^old fiUy, £»r diauihtmarie, heavy infosl, £27. Pigs— Good, prices :wereabtsii-ed,aridsdeoidediaifCOTBment onjpieviau&qnotaitjsna. eumoK pbopeett. Mr. James H. Parr repotta- the sale of the Calca and Xatia 'Stations, atatreatyandrymns Bajs, for Mr. Jno. H. Brown, .to Uamtf/t. & and A. G. ThompsoB. On Wednesday, April' l3(JMr. Small sold «A Kapunda, three shops ia Main-street, with, house and wfceatttore At. tear,. formerly Xcer Taskis-g,toMr.B.Hooper,farJa2B0. .

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NORTH PARK FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

North Park Football Club. The opening match in connection with this club took place on April 9, in the presence of a fair number of spectators. Messrs. T. H. fiobia and F. Sharland were elected as captain and ?vice-captain lor the enBaing season, aad after sides of about twenty-five each had beea chosen by them tbe ball was started by the president of theclnb (Mr. W.H. Sbarland) about half-paal 3 o'clock. .The captain's aide were f avorei by ? strosg wind dating the first part of the gone, and with this help they soared two goals. Hilf time was celled about 4.15 p.m, and after fifteen minutes' rest ends were changed. Tbe vice-captain's side now had the advantage, and eoored two goals, the game that terminating in a draw. The North Parks are likely to be a good club during the forthcoming season, and with practice ought to hold their own in the inter-aascciation games.

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WHOLESALE PRICE OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

WHOLIBALfi PJUOBsVOV OO&OMZA& FBODUOS. TmnfiMftTiH HBAJT XiBID. Wfrfrlssalef wiffw of narfsn meait dnrliigttfli , week have been— Frime beef, SSs to 30m per 000 lbs; swondqaaJitj, ao». Bkaep.. cmabced ana meiinos, offered ; bsst «sassnred weBMts, 10s. -oU, others tram 13a. to Ms.; ewes, lls. to USs. AL; aeaeadSrSs to 10s Sdw;, best merino wettns, 12s. to 13s; 6d. ; others from 10*.- . to ilM.i eae»,fia. taO:.; fat. lambs. Us. flX, «the»s,«-nipH«rdH.— April 14i txxauaa *jn»nxiKOMQHB3'oooB6. . Bones, £2; hoofs and knackles, £3j shank bones, from £0 toM ; Judas, best JMavisv 3^d. to i5d. per lb.; horns, up to 28s.; pelts Sd. w 2b. 9d.j caifskins, 3d.to6d.pe» lb.; kangMoo ?kins, up to Is. par lb ; greasy wool, ad. 18 Md.— April 14 FBHIX AMD TXUsXAXLXi: Almonds. Jd. dw U-.: Jemoaa. 1». to la 83... per docen.-; figs -dryj. Is. per. lb..; . ocaoceSi 22b per box.; raisins, 8d. per. lbw; walnota, 7d. per lb;; rbubaib, 3d per. lb;: banaaaa, none j , ?priceta, June ; etimim, oo...

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Aquatics. THE INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR ROATRACE. Sydney, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

^qn&fics* THE INTERCOLONIAL EEGHT-OAR RDATRAfTR. ('By Teleeraph.1 rFrom our own Oorreepondent.1 Sydney, April 9. The intercolonial eight-oar boacraoe took place to-day on the Paramatta Biver. There weie several thousand spectators, and great in terest vat evinced in the proceedings. Four steamers followed the race. The provision made oa tbe umpires' boat for the press vn; almcet useless, ai d a d^Bgrace to the manage ment. The course was the usual one of 3 miles O9fl va*j3ci Tlhi3 Iwiata dmm ^l.nafnliail nnll ^.._ getber. The Tietoricns catching the water first, went away with a slight lead, which was main tained nntil passing the umpire's boat. Bjtb crews were rowing 44 strokes to the minute. W hen they had gone about a quarter of a mile tl 6 Melbourne crew increased their lead to about a length, rowing 39 strokes to the Sydney crew's 40. At Blaxland'e Point the Melbourne men were quits a length and a half thead, rowing 42 to tbe Sydney crew's 44. The Melbourne crew still f...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ADBLAIBB SSFAILPBIOBSi Beef, Sd. to 8d. par lb.; mutton, 3£d.*-8K psr ib. ; tanbT3i- (fore-qBarter), and 4s; (hiad quartcr); pork, 7d. to Sd. per lb. ; -real, -Sd: tor Sd. per lb.; beef sanaagea, 44. psx lb.; pnrlr ? io, 8d.— April W. ?

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Literature. BROKEN ON THE WHEEL; OR, THE STORY OF A WIFE; A NEW NOVEL. {Published by special arrangement with the Author. All Bights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXIX.—MYLES STUMBLERS ON A CLUE TO THE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

jgitoto. BEOKEN ON THE WHEEL; OB, THE STORY OP A WIFE; A HEW NOVEL. BY WM. 0. HONEYMAN, {'Author of 'For Fame' fiIMy, the Lint white,' 'Base Coin' S,-c. (Published by special arrangement with the Author. All Bights Eeserved.] Chaptee x xry. — Myles Stotibles on a Clue to the Mystery. Hilda stood for some moments staring at ier adviser, pale and dumb with surprise ?and terror. * ? 'It cannot be,' she hysterically ex ?claimed, when at last she found the power ?of utterance. ' The law will surely never give over my pure, innocent baby to be reared and trained by a bad man, whom I have for ever forsaken !' ' The law would, fain make no such blunder,' said Myles, quietly, ' but the law must be satisfied that he is a bad man — it must have proof. Can you give that ?' ' I could give it,' tearfully answered the shivering young mother: '? but then every thing -would be known to the world — all 'I Lave endured, all he has done. No, I can not face that.' ' Would it not be much worse for him th...

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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

LABO* MAfiKKX. Tte following quotalioasiaxe-«as-pliad itoiMI- .- by Mr. W. B. Hunt, of ibe Labor OBs*k£S«g- t William street:- '?'. : Domestic Sk»vabtb— Atpar-wMkiwiikobsaid, -; ?? and lodging-— Honsekwpers, 10s to 13*; cooks,; : fvcitMed, lOt to lfi«j:benswaa-ds, oj to- Wm, \ tanndr^tfi,8» to 10» ; .kitehenaiaidHitetc^LOM. . iaippersnreea, 8s to 9s; nunsmaidij S*o*o S»J ! : *ureegirl», 2e«d to fia; cenani «*rntnts,r4tlt« 1 10s. .-::'.. : Miscbixakeous Caujime.— OabzMs^.lCs fc».r - aO» per mtk, -with boeid,«ud lodging ;-oos«h-' inuw,17«toa3ffj)«week,sri**ciaid.aad;,Jodf+: :: .big; groomB, 15a to 20a per/w«eki wiA baacdi . : ^ndlcdjinr; gatdeaeM, einglsi lfis- to^aOjK^RO ?w»«K:vfitii hOHrdsud i-dgtng^db,inarrj«(U'Ban .: ltd 35b !perjwesfciMth.fa»n*e, inri, ztad,«sMc£.. . ' * |abor«ra, 5s to 6s 6d per day. and for firafecfaMt ^vrie»y?»-adrl»ar;.iaitatsy8s .UiJttiiMLalair?;. ifanOEujizaer. toi/tbne i«ii«;- i»raivs» a*;--wie« -0 faiora.aitff rod'3B:-tee*;'wirtsud ?oro«B-rail«^-. ; ???la...

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Selected Poetry. HOW CAN A WOMAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

gtMtb §orfrg. HOW OAN A WOMAH TELL? He told me bis love this morning, With bis dear hand clasped in mine, And tie raid,*1 God speed the dawning When, darling. M call thee mine.' Sat By fond heart questioned eottly, Though loving him trae and well, ?Will his love outlast all changes ? Ah ! how ean a woman tell? When the yean shall bring their trials, And the cares and the pains outweigh The joje in the little household, As clouds might obscure the day— Will the hand that has held mine fondly, When maidenly ills befell, Ai earnestly shield from eorrow? Ah! hew cans woman tell ? 'When the silvery threads are creeping Through my tresses one by one ; When I lose my jouth and beauty, As many a. wife has done ; Will his heart be mine as truly As when in the flowery dell Se gave me his trusted promise? Ah ! how can a woman tell ? X glance at my sweetheart waiting, His eyes they are clear and trae ; ?'I will love him,' my heart Bays gladly, ' I will trust him the wide world through. I will h...

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THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE WORLD. This world is a sad, sad place, I know— And what soul living can donbt it? — But it will not lessen the want and woe To be always singing about it. Then away with tbe songs that are f nil of tears ? Away with the dirges that sadden ; let fumake the most of our fleeting yean jsy singing *ne jays &uaii giauutui. A few sweet portions of bliss I've quaffed, And many a cup of sorrow ; But, in thinking over the flavored draught, The old-time joy I borrow ; And, by brooding over the bitter drink, Pain fills again the measure; And so I have learned that if s best to think Of the things that give us pleasure. The world at its saddest is not all sad — There are days of sonny weather ; And the people in it are not all bad, Bat saints and sinners together. X think those wonderful hoars in June Are better by far to remember Than those when the world gets oat oE tone, In the cold bleak winds of November. Because we meet in the walks of life . Many s selfish creature It does not...

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VICTORIANS—CAPTIAN V. VICE CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

Victoeiaks— Captain v. Vicb OAPTAnr. On Saturday, April 8, the opening game sf tbe Victorian Olnb wu played on Moatefiore Hill, the captain and roe-captain picking sides. The weather was much too hot for football playing, although a refreshing- breeze tempered the con's rays, and helped to oool the players in the interval!. There was a fair sprinkling ot spectators, the hill being dotted over with people who divided their attention between the volunteers on the lower cronnd and tha foot ballers between the goals. A start was made shortly after 3 o'clock, and as the sides were pretty equal an interesting game took plasa, although, as it was only a sorafah match, the remit was el no importance. Warren, the Tich-oaptaio, having won ohoios of goals, selected tbat favored by the wind, and aided by this latter important ally managed to secure the first goal of the season daring the first half, a compliment that Downes the (vioe-captatn) re turned later on when ends had been chaaged. Most ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

i IKE BLEDTOBB OF SKB Qlinitu flMirf^iiirwIiinoflf-'T^r up &o TOsmriesJn the Lqstsliitrre OohmoO, guied by the retirement, in terms of the Censtatniion Act, of one-third of the members of that body ; and tbe House of Assembly will .)inrtij km AiainWcA1 Ihe.period £-£ jfa «'*?''« being onjthe eseof expiry by efflmdon of time. Although my seat in tae XagUl&tive .OoBneU is . natoobot those whichJias become vacant, and . therefore I shall nnkpersonally be ^candidate at the agpraaahinft election, etiHjU -the head of Hie GoVemment,Ieonsider it my duty to -place before the electors, sot only of the Legislative - Couacil bat olio of the House of Assembly, a statement of our policy, which, in consequence of the resignation of the late Ministry sad the formation of a new Government, it has become necessary to alter in some of its details as con tained is my previously-published manifesto. ' In fiew of the elections for the Legislative - -Council, it seems fitting to deal first...

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Football. NORWOOD V. TWENTY-FIVE KRNT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

4f0joML KOB-WOOD V. TWEKTr-FlVB KKITT TOWIf. The Norwoods played their opening match of the Eeaeon on Saturday, April 9, on the But Park lands against twenty-five of the Eent Town Football Club. In the Norwood team thtre were about seven of the first twenty, ttx rest being made up of members of the ueoond twenty. Bfimble captained the Kent Towns, Osborne the Norwoods. The Kent Towns won the toss and elected to kick with the wind, wuion at tne time was strongly blowing from the south-west. On kicking off the ball tru carried down into the Norwoods' quarters, and after some scrimmaging the Kents got a be hind. The red and blues then rallied up And ran the leather down to their opponents goal where Daffy obtained first goal for the Kor woods. On the ball being kioted off again tha Norwoods carried it into the same place, and after some four behinds had baea soared TirraU added another goal to the Norwood's credit. The Kents then played ap and kept the ball in the vicinity of the Norwoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

napping. ? ^VA OIIAKIO LONDON. WKh ORIENT LINB. ^VefouawiBg Steamships, *«J«ngiTig to the Orimt Steam navigation Company (lasaited) ?Bd tiis Iaah\c Steam MavSratdon Company, *fllle*re AualaUe attheanrtnnncBtiflnrl daatt *jar London via the Bnai Canal; — ? Tom. I Tom. Til-'-- '- USS April 33 1 TehnBder 4,162 Jaly {7 Sana .. *£M K^r 13 1 Btaaa .- Sfiit Jffiy at JMod ... 4JB» May «« I Aanusgua 4,167 AMg. A WUabaa3»*jU3 June 9 1 GotosaxL.. 4£38 A.iaj- II Oaronne... 8£76 Jane SSi Orient .. 6vS9SSept. 1 OJli^g .t thjilM to land Passengers sad A'- « Ana Use sarviat win be maintained bysw ?tteffiagS teamen at intervals of a fortnight, Am to Leaaon, 16 to 70 guineas. Shi Canal 4aes 8ft. in addition. Passages from Xondeo can be granted Id Adelaide. got plans sad fall particulars apply teV. Creen & Oo, and Anderson, Anderson, & Co., Saint Managers of the Line; or to the Ageata ??Adelaide ^ ' JOSEPH STILLING & OO. __ ? 245«xB-8« '^.^k^fe.. 'COB FOET DARWIN AND JjgapWt^ T...

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