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Sunday Reading. WAITING FOR THE MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

(Smibag fusing. WAITING FOR THB MASTER, This quaint little legend, so sweetly told in the verses we have quoted , is repeated in many languages, and tbe tradition lingers, though iu different forms, in aH nations who hare heard the story of the Chnst child. One golden morn to Adine's home there came The angel bearer of a sweet behest — ' With loving care, Adi&e, thy home prepare, Fcr Christ, the Lord, this day shall be thy Rtiest.' With awe, Adine the heavenly message heard, A holy haeh fell on her heart and face: And going to and fro, She whispered low, 'To-day His presence shall make glad this place.' Loner houra sbe watched— and while she bent ber ear, And through tbe twilight strained her eager sight, A shadow crossed the floor, ' And at the door A sad-eyed child begged Bhelter jrom the night. : : But Adine, waiting for her kingly jgoestr ' ; With hope and feat at war within her heart, No thought or care, The weary child could spare. And with ungracious alms bade him -de...

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A THREEFOLD CONCEPTION OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

A THREEFOLD CONCEPTION OF LIFE. [By Rev. R. W. Dale, D.D.j 'Tbe new man which after God hath been created in righteousness and holiness and truth.'— Epiiksians iv. 24. ;; ' The new man, which is being renewal nnto know ledge after the image of Him that cra»t«-l him.' — COLOSEIAKSill. 10. ? ? V ' Let us cleanse ourselves from all filthineas of tbe flesh and spirit1, perfecting holiness in tae fear oi Gcd.'— 2 COBIKliHASs vii. 1. I found these texts quoted together in the ? well-known treatise on Christian Ktfaies, by Profeeaor Herlitz, of Berlin. They ace quoted by him in some other passages in illustration of three different conceptions of tha Christian lifn BrHioti annual1 in fho Kaib Taofamani:. I have taken these three because they all occur in the writings of the Apostle Paul. They are, therefore, different conceptions of theCocisti&a life held by the same man ; and they do not re present three different types of life aad thoaght which carsnot exist together. Let as took...

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The Young Folks. GRAMMAR IN RHYME. [Written by Mr. BUCHANAN, Librarian to the Legislative Council of Cape Colony.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

%\\t lowng Jfolka. GRAMMAR IN RHYME. [Written by Mr. BucHiN'AS, Librarian to the Legislative Council of Gaps Gjlony.] i, Three little words you often a&a Ate articles a, an, aad the. ii. A noun's the name of anything. As school or garden, hoop or siring. in. Adjectives tell tbe kind of noca. As great, small, pretty, white, or brown. IV. Instead of nouns the pronoaaa stand— His head, fcer face, your atm, my hand. y. Verbs tell something to be done— To read, count, iaufrh, sing, jump, or run. VI. How things are done the adverbs tell, As slowly, quickly, ill, or well, VII. Conjunctions join the words together, As men and women, wind or weather. vin. The prepositions stand before The noun — as in, or through, the door, ? ix. The interjections show surprise, A& Oh, how pretty ! Ah, how wise ! The whole are called nine parts of speech, Which reading, writing, speaking teach.

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THE WHITE PASHA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

THE WHITE PASHA. [By Noah Bbooks, in St. Nicholas,] Daring the put twelvemonth or so there have been coining from' the Heart of Africa — tbat mysterious and little-known land— sundry rumors concerning a personage whom the natives coil the YVhite Pasha. In African countries a pasha is a military offioer whose rank corresponds to that of general in European usage. A bey ib a colonel ; but neither bey nor paaha need alwayis be in command of troop3. A pasha usually has an authority of some sort, however. The White Pasha in this oaae is known to have with him a large f one of armed men, for the natives — of a warlike race — have made many attacks on the White Pasha and have always been beaten on. So this mys terious personage, whoever he is, must be well provided with means of defence and have with him many vamom, Who can-he be 2 There are not many white men travelling about in the nadet of the Dark Continent, as Africa is sometimes called. Some have thought the White Pasha may be- Gener...

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Shooting. RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

-Slt00ting. RIFLE MATCHES. The return match between the Permanent Force and the City and Woodville Company, Volunteer Force, toofe place at the Poit ranges on Saturday, March 9, and this time resulted in a win for the Permanent men by 37 points. On the last occasion the City men beat the Permanent men by 2 points. Some Rood shooting was made at .400 and 500 yards, bat at the 6GG yards the sudden change of wind com pletely bs filed the men of both forces, and Eome very poor scores were made by the very men who can always be depended en for making a good average score at €00 yards. There were seven shots at each range, military EcoiiEg, position, akd eights. The folio wing are the Ecoree : — TEE-VAXEST rOHCE. Yarde— iW. S0O. GOO. T\ Oerpcral Murphy .. _ 27 22 23 63 SergesDtDuBtOW — _ 23 26 15 0* Sergeant Hanley - _ .. 22 22 19 63 Strrtsnt Hclliuirworth.. „ 25 23 IS Hi -Juart€nna*ter Jiontz _ „ 53 23 35 (ii Gunner Klafier .. _ ... 23 18 19 . xii Gannet M&ley «. ?„ _ 2i 22 10 bl...

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SMALLBORE RIFLE CLUB MATCHES. [By Telegraph.] Smithfield, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

SMALLBORE RIFLE CLUB 3IATCHES. [By Telegraph ] Smithfield, March 13. The Smallbore Rifle Club's matches were ctmmerjeed to-day, with the following results : —Short Range Match (200, 000, and 600 yards) — A. McFarlane, jna., 48 points, 49 points, 46 points, total 143; Dr. Scudamore, 49 points, 46 points, 43 points, total 138 ; W. Bobertean, 41 pointe, 45 points, 40 points, total 125; J. Msztin, 46 points, 42 points, 33 points, total 126; M. McCftUum, 41 points, 43 points. 38 points, total 125 ; McFarlane, sen-, 46 points, 44 points, 32 points, total 122 ; W. Smith, 47 points, 40 points, 31 points, total* 121; -J. . Roberts; 43 point?, 32 -points, 32 points, to Sat -? 107.; Dr. Fophanii 35 points, 32 poicte, 29 points, total SGi » The greatest feat of marksmanship on record was completed at half -past 2 o'clock on January 13, Bays the American correspondent of Laniou Sportiftg LifcsA MiaasziiSU£,vrheaJy:. Career «ae gladdened by the score of 60,«KKI hits on; . of £0,670 shots. There w...

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SOUTHWARK DRAUGHTS TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

EOUTHWARK DRAUGHTS TOUKNEY. A very successful tourney in connection with tbe Scuthwark Draughts Club wtis finished on Monday evening, March 11. Mr, J. Gardiner \c on the first prize (a trophy presented by Mr. W. Pepper), Mr. A. MeRostie second, Mr. J1 McRoetie third, Mr. A. Moore fourth, and Mr. J. Ryan fifth. Below are the results of the t-lay :— ? ! I IS'! I I!!*, iit*i' § I S 8 S 6|o I a § ? t4 ^ - *i --i -4i a - ^ & J. Gardiner .— 4 4 4 4 43 4 4 31 i. MiTLtsstie ..0 — 3 3 2 3 3 2 4-20 A. ilcoie ^.JO 1 — 2} 3 3 4 2 3 181 J Uun - - 0 1 li — 2i 2 4 1 3 Id' J.Poe _ _ 0 2 1' 1J — 3 8 0 2J13 J Cbarlesv.orth 0 1 1 2 1 — '11 li 3 11 M O!Gjad3' ~,'i *1 0 0 1 2? - 0~ 1 6i A. McEoetie „ 0 2 2 3 4 2? 4 — 3*21' W. Koiloy „ 0 0 1 1 li 1' 3 J — S Losses - 1 1 18 13^17 19 jil Hi 11 24 'Handicap.

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YATES AUD W. R. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

YATES ASD W. R. B1RKER, Tbe followiBg [games ara particularly iate ret-.ticcr as tratkitiR tbe last api-earauoe ot the late Waj. Kobett Barker in the checker aretss, Tfcpy were playsd at Boston ia De cember, 1&77, at the Milliken House, his opponent beinq'the luts Dr. Robert D. Yates, champion of the world. Game 122.— Barker's move (Giaagow). 11—15 24.. SO £5.. .31 SO.. .26 13... G £3.. .10 16—19 10—15 23-32 16-19 8—11 2S...22 32. ..28 31. ..27 6... 2 22... 17 4— 8 6-10 12—16 11—15 11—16 29. ..25 2S...19 26. .22 2... 6 24...20 19—24 15—24 32-26 15—18 36—23 17. ..18 13... 0 22.. .17 6.. .10 27.. .11 9-14 2— 9 23-24 18-23 7—16 2B...23 22. ..17 IS. ..15 10...15 20...11 8-11 24—28 10-26 19-24 3— 7 22. ..18 17. ..13 17... 1 15...18 £8.. .24 5—9 1—6 24-31 21—28 7-16 Drawn. G&ME 123.— Baiker's mo v* (Glasgow). 11-15 17...13 15-10 1S...14 S0...23 23...19 8-11 14...10 22-13 24-23 8—11 26.. .23 19-24 15.. .11 8... 3 22...17 9-14 27.. .23 IS— 9 23—32 11—16 22...18 24—27 13... 6...

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SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

SOLUTION CF PROBLEM -So. 2?. 1... 6 28-25 S3 ...27 10-20 83-25 12—25 15.. .IS 8 -12 27. ..S2 36. .31 fi...l0 {a)25-29 27... 24 20-24 24-2S 25—29 18. ..22 12—16 22. ..25 S1...23 10.. .15 4— S 24 ..£' White viss, (*- 4— B 27.. .24 16—19 13. ..23 SO— 23 r? 27 12-lfi SO.. .26 21-25 10 ..19 S— 12 24. ..20 25- ?0 i3...1t- Whits wins. ScrxTrCN-S Esoe:vzi:- -Probiats 2s -T. J. Kelly, Norwood ; R, snd J. L;»w Broth-irs, Y&2k»iil!a.

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DRAUGHT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

DRAUGHT NOTES. At a meeting of draughts players held at Martin's Coffee Booms, King William-street latt Thursday evening, an offer from his Worship the Mayor of Adelaide of a trophy to be contested for in connection with the South Australian championship was discussed. Sines the visit of Mr. Wyllie to Adelaide some mcatbs ago the came has become very popular, and it was matter for general regret that this colony was unrepresented in the recent intercolonial tournament in Melbourne. This waa due to the want of organisation amongst players, a defect which has-smce been largely- remedied. There axe no w in Adelaide eaa tbe suburbs not less than half a dozen strong clnbs, and at the next intercolonial con teBt South Australia is sure to be powerfully represented. Mr. Wyllie did our local players tbe compliment of classing them With the beat be had m6t in the colonies, not excepting Victoria. Be said—-' I have no doubt Adelaide players will win more than one game from me the next time I ...

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PROBLEM No. 31. By Mark Johnson, Wilcannia, BLACK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

PROBLEM No. 31. . By Mark Johnson, Wilcannia, ? BLACK WHITS, Black to play and win.

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

DRAUGHTS. (Attention Is particularly directed to the following rules: — All correspondence in this department to tie marked 'Drftughta.' Oorrespondents in sending games for publication to write on- one side of the paper only, to use the ordinary draughts notation, and to give file moves of Black and -White consecu tively, as In the games below, where Black's moves are Indicated by a dash and White's by -dots between the -numbers. Solutions to accompany all problems.]

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

TO OORPESPOHDBNTS. ' Noewood.' — Problem 28 waa contributed by 'F.P.,' Exeter, and not F. P. Lester.

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CHESS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

CHSS3 IN VICTORIA. Tbe following eauje occurred in tha match, Married v. Single, now proceeding at tha Vic torian Chess Club : — WHITK. BLA.CK. Mr. II. Alayston. Mr. J, G. Witton. Petro5'a Defencs. 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2. KttoKBS 2. KttsKBS 3. Kt takes P 3. P to Q 3 4. Kt to K E 3 4. Kt takt3 P 5. P to Q 4 E-. P to Q 4 6. B to Q 3 6 B to K 2 {a) 7. CaBtlea 7. Castles S. P to Q B 3 £) 8. B to K Kt 5 (c) 9. QtoQB2 P. P to KB 4 10. Kt to K 5 10. B to R 4 11. P to KB 3 11. Kt toQ3 12. P to K Kt 4 [j) 12. B to K Kt 3 13. B to K B 4 13. Q to Q B sq (e) 14. K to K. eq (f) 14. Kt to Q B 3 15. R to K Kt eq 15. Kt takes Kt (7) 16. P takes Kt 16 Kt to K sq 1'. KttoQR3 17. P to 08 4 18. P to Q Kt S 18. Q to K 3 19. P to q B 4 19, P to Q S 20. Kt to Q Kt 5 (ft) 29. Q to Q B 3 21. QEtoKB eq 2L. P to Q R 3 22. Kt to Q R 3 22. P takes K Kt P (i) 23. R takee P 0) 23. B to K E 4 24. B takes R P ch 24. K to R eq 25. B to K 4 25. Q to Q 2 26. Q to K Kt 2 (i) 26. B takes R 27. P tskeB B 27. Kt to Q B...

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[From the Melbourne Leader.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

[From the Melbourne Leader.] The match Married r, Single nag nearly finished a&d promises to end in a win for the Benedicks. The total score is now— Married 14, Single 11, with four games to be played to complete tbe five- rounds. The sixth round, jemainitig to be played, will complete the match. We give belcw a game played in the fifth round :— WHITE. BLiCK. Mr. Witton, Mr. Cltzy, Petrcff's Defence 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2. Kt to K B 3 2, Kt to K B 3 3. Kt takes P 3. P to Q 3 4. Kt to K B 3 4. Kt tikes P 5. P takes P 5. P takes P 6. B to Q 3 6. B to K.Kfc 5 (a) 7. PtoQB4l?/) 7. Pto-iP3(c) 8. Castles 8. BtoK2 9. RtoKsq 9. PtoKB4(f) 10. Q to Q Kt o 10. Castles 11. Kt to K 5 11. Kt to Q 2 (e) 12. P takes -i T? (f) 12. K to R eq to) 13. Kt takes B 13. P takes Kt 14. B takes Kt 14. B to Q 3 (A) 15. P to K Kt 3 15. P to K R 4 16. PtakesQBP 16. PtakesP 17. B takes P 17. R to Q Kt sq 18. Q to K 6 18. Kt to Q Kt 3 {i) 19. Q to K Kt 6 19. B to Q Kt 5 0') 20. B to K 4 Resigns. Notes ...

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CHESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

CHESS KOTES. A very interesting exhibition of blindfold chess playing was given at the rooms of the Victoria Chess Glub, at the Palsce Hotel, on S&taiday evening last (says the Melbourne Age], by Mr. Brocklebank, one of the premier chetB-players of the colony, who essayed the very difficult task of playing simultaneously eix different games. About 60 or 70 lovers of tbe game were present to witness the per formance, which wap very successful, and proved that Mr. Brocklebank possesses tbe rare faculty of concentrating Ms mind on a number of different games without eeeiog the board, though he was suffering at the time from a severe cold. Six second class, or Pawn and move, players were selected to oppose Mr. Brocklebank, comprising the following gentle men: — Messrs. Heaver. Croudace, McCutcheon, Thomas, Lucas, Misoamble and Levernson, In most cases Me Brocklebank showed con siderable facility in bringing his mind to bear on tbe different variations presented, but be only succ...

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PROBLEM No. 1,299. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

PROBLEM No, L299, BLACK WHITE. White to play and mate in theze mores.

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Chess and Draughts. CHESS. MELBOURNE CENTENNIAL CHESS CONGRESS PROBLEM TOURNEY. PROBLEM No 1,293. Motto—"My Proxy." BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

€h£00 nnh §lraught0. CHESS. LIELPOURFE CENTENNIAL OHKSS CO2SGSESS PKOBLESI TOUR&TSV. PROBLEM No 1.293. Motto — ' My Proxy.' BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate iu two moves,

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Athletics. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Qthkikz. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The following handicaps have been declared by Mr. Jas. Morcom for the Sheffield Handi cap, of 140 -yards, to be run at the Adelaide Oval en Saturday next:— P. H. Roberts, 2 yards; A. Schneider, 8 yards; R Ewers, 10 yatde ; W. O. Hughes, 10 yards ; W. J. Dar xmdy, 10 yards; R. Hancock, 10 yards; A, Trenberth, 11 yards ; G. A. Kearney, 11 yards ; A. EL Press, 12 yards; R. H. Clark. 13 yards; 0. A. Pluuteett, 13 yards; £. H. Rhodes, 11 yards ; G. Clarkson, 14 yards ; J. J. Walkley, 14 yards; J. A. Graham, 14 yards; A. Bicbardson, 15 yards ; H. A. Hughes, 15 yards ; O. J. Bertram. 16 yards ; T. H. Jones, 16yaids: A. Boehm, 17 yards; fl. Cortell, 17 yards; D. Norrie, 17 yards; A. Osborn, 17 yards; W. Rhodes, 17 yards; G. Acres. 17 yards ; H. Bra?emann, 17 yards ; W. T. Ei'i, 18 yards ; G. Webb, IS yards : W. Q'Leary, 18 yards.; E. Fitzpatrick. 18 yards; M* McTnnes, 18' yards ; J. EL Whicker, IS yards; ^ J. Hartigan, 18 yards.

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PLAYED ON SATURDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 16 March 1889

Plated on Saiubdat, Maech 9. Post and Telegraph v. Ooromandel Valley, —P. & T.. 114; O'Halloran 12, Rundell 13, Vine 29 not out, Tarbitt 25. Hussey 11 ; TurbiU took three for 16, Rundell took three for 27, Coromandel Valleys, 6 for 49 ; Scroop 31. Port v. Hindmarsh Literary (Adelaide and Suburban Association). — Ports, 112; M-ardon 26, McLean 22 not oat, tJowling 19 ; Gowiiag focr for 19, McLean three for 20, Eionear two for 12. Literarya, 79; Drummond 19, Davis 16 ; Drummond five for 44. Stockport t. Wasleys. — StockDorts, 139; Bauth 52, G. Howard 29 not out. F. Long 17, Murray 11. Saunders 10; Rauth nine for 13, Saunders five for 13. Waaleys, 19 and 22=11 ; Rop- r Beven 'or 41. D. & J. Fowler v. Modbcry.— Scores, 39— McFenzie 10, &-chardeon five for 27— and 67 for Line wickets ; 6. Marrett 27 not out, Milne 12 ; Joe Matrett six for 18, S. Marrett font for 37. Middlesex v. South United {Metropolitan Asfociaticn). — Mids, 114 for five wickets; Wilson 48, Sowt...

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