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THE BATHURST COURSING MEETING. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] FIRST DAY. Sydney, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
THE BATHUBST OOTJHSIKG MB&riJTS. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Oarrespondent.1 FlH8T DAT. Sydney, M*y 3. The New South Wales Coursing Olub com menced their meeting at Leeholme to-day. It was a bright morning, and the meet was largely attended by a distinguished company of horse men and carriage people, and the number of visitors was still larger after lunch. The ground -was in excellent coursing order, and as the hares were both numerous and strong, the sport was first-class, a card of twenty-seven trills being got through soon after 4 o'clock. Tne hares found eo much cover and ran so well that there were only three kills daring the day. On Monday night when the draw took place tliei-A nuta n anaA rioa! of waaerirur on aome of tbe events, and a round sum changed hands over the defeat of Bight Idea by Hopbine for the Bathurat Cup. Tbe judging of Mr. W. Pitt and slipping by W. Oonlrffe were most satis factory. DERBY. For 17 dog puppies at £5 5s. each, the winner to receive £45...
THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
TE1-: IiuUSE. Lr.-io:x Mahiiai-ade. — TI«va readv a quantity of lemons, take off the p±ef in quarters ai.d remove the vvLitu skin and pips from tLe pulp ; slice the fruit, cut the 1-eel as thin as possible, but do hoc remove the wLite v-art ; then to evarv poaud of fru;t, after it is s-Hctd, add two piu'.s of CiU-rtd water: leave it to' steep for twenty four hours ; tie up the pips ucd the skin iiom me pujp 111 musurj, put it witn tae fruit ai'd boil slowly far two hours or more until quite teader, without sagnr. Take out the muslin fcas, weigh the fruit, and to every pound or pint of boiled frsit add one r.Ld u hail pounds of sui;ar ; boil all for two hour?, or uutil perfectly clear. If liked vtry sweet, put two pounds of sugar to every pound of fruifc. Panc/.kss. — 1. Mix two tablespoonfuls | of flour with half a pint of cream, add two eggs, aud beat the whole till quite smoatb. ; put in a taUe.^pooEf ul of powered sugar, a little powdered cinnamon, and a little grilled nutmeg. 2....
LADIES' NEWS-LETTER. London, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
LADIES' NEWS-LETTER. [By A IiADT.1 London, March 25. The Essastination of the Czar is tbe tLeme of every tongue. It engrosses bath public and private attention, and forms tbe staple of conversation at all ti'jaes, and everywhere society has been startled and agitated, and no doubt will continue to be curious and excited until the close of the final scene. When ''all is over' doubtless we shall fall back into our oil state of placidity, and the Russians themselves, or the greater part of them, will be shouting ' le roi at mort. Vive le roi!' — for the course of affairs, though merely checked fcr a time, is not to be permanently arrested, even by so monstrous a crime as the murder of the Emperor of all the Rus sias. The Princess of Wales, yielding to the promptings of her own loving heart, and ureed on bv the entreaties of her sistfir. the Czarina, has with her husband left these 6hores en route for St. Petersburg. It is reported that the Princess undertook the journey somewhat in opp...
QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
QUEENSLAND. [From our own CorrespoBdent.l Brisbane, April 29. A drunken woman, who was a defendant in tbe Police Court to-day, rushed from the box and deposited a baby in arms in the hands of the magistrate. She also embraced a solicitor. At Maryborough Auncm has been sentenced to three j ears' imprisonment for shooting his wife, and Kojeton and Kennedy to five years for burglary. Brisbane, May 1. A woman named Jarvis was murdered at Tewautiu, and her huaband was fearfully in jured. The police are in pun ait of the mur derers. Tbe Haidee won the yacbt race. The yacht Amy entered a protest that the bgreeuaeat was nut adhered to. A fatal accident oconrred on Saturday night. A horse attached to a cart bolted, a boy named ?\Vilkie who was in the cart jumped off, and the wheel patsed over his head. The Pinafore Company presented Liddy with a handsome gold chain last night. At No. 8 and i Korth Lady Mary gold waa struck on Friday. The Goodna Roman Oaiholio Church was opened to-day. The su...
Ladies' Column. FEMININE FASHIONS AND FANCIES. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
H&fe' (fofamm FEMININE FASHIONS AND FANCIES. FBr a Lady.1 London, March II. ThoEe who are unacquainted with the propensity of Britons to grumble on every possible occasion might reasonably suppose our favored race, like poor Mark Tanley, « was always a suffering.' English people, according to their own showing, appear to be in a chronic state of misery and misfor tune, and seem very anxious to establish a «olid reputation for being the most ill-used mortals tinder the sun. At present our chief cause of complaint is that we hardlv laow if there be any such planet, and the conviction that it still shines upon us Tests solely on the assurance of faith, for we have no ocular demonstration of the fact. One might almost suppose we were going to have another deluge, for England ha6 been flooded to a most inconvenient and ?disastrous extent, and the injury done to ?our wearing apparel is one of the conse quences of die unceasing downpour which women are not at all likely to overlook...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
NEW SOUTH WAUSS. (Trom oar own Correspondent.! Syduey, April 29. A few census returns are supplied, and calcu lations are made that the population will be about 850,000. At a meeting of the Bank of New South Wales a dividend of 15 per cent, per annum was declared, atd a bonus of 2h per cent. Mr. Tooth was elected a director. It is probable a similar Chinese BUI will be introduced in the Victorian and New South Wales Parliaments. Sir Hy. Parkes sends a diait of tbe Bill to Mr. Berry. Ten bootmakers were fined to-day for ob structing a footpath in front of Tattersalls. aney naa to pay as. eacn. lie infpector of nuisances had ninety-one cafes at the Water Police Court} to-day against omnibus drivers, street loiterers, Chineae, aad others. All were fined. In a gambling affair at Gunnedah one nwn (tabbed another in the arm with a knife. Tbe victim bled to death in twenty minutes. At tbe reception of the mayoress iu the town bull te-day 250 persons ware present. Mr. Beaton has sold out of...
STORIES OF ART AND ARTISTS. [Concluded from our last.] THE TEMPLE OF DIANA AT EPHESUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
STOKIES OF ART AND ARnSTS. [By C. E. Clement, j [Concluded from our hut.] THE TEMPLE OF DIANA AT EPHESUS. 'With a short account of this wonderful temple I shall leave the ' Seven Wonders ;' for the Great Pyramid, the gardens of Semiramis, and the Pharos of Alexandria do not come eo strictly within our subject &s do those of which we have spoken. A temple existed at Ephesus before the, build ing of that which we describe. It had also been dedicated to Diana or Artemis, who was the same goddess who bad aided her brother to slay the children of Niobe. Tha first temple was burned, and some writers Bay that tke fire occurred on the night in -which Alexander the Great was 'born, which was in the autumn of the year 35S B.C. The second temple was 425 feet long by 220 feet wide, and was ornamented with 127 columns, each of which was the gift of a Mng, according to the account of Pliny. These columns wBre very large, . and made of beautiful marbles, jasper, and other fine stones, Some...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. FProm our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, April 29. Everything remains quiet on board the steamer Ferret. A good deal of comment has been excited by the police authorities not acting on tbe information of the constable at Qoeens cliffe. The Commissioner of Customs went on board the Ferret to-day and instituted a thorough search. Arms and ammunition were discovered, showing that the crew were prepared to fight if necessary;also tbe smp'sioganaouier documents, showing the complete coana of the vessel since leaving Scotland, and a set of dies and shipping forms for filling up at the various port?. Hen derson, the repnted owner, was arrested to-day at Lorgwood. A warrant has been issued for the csptnre of the parser and captain, who have not yet been found. Messrs. A. Woollev & Co. received a telegram from the Highland Com pany empowering them to take possession of the vessel. At a meeting of the Australian Mutual Mer cantile Association a dividend o...
The Little Folks. HARRY, BOY. Harry, boy! [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
She little gdte. HABBY, BOY. Harry, bov ! With your everlasting play, Bright as noontide summer's day ; Seeing nothing but the light, Never thinking of the night, Knowing nothing ot the Tears, With your April smiles and tears, Little storms and small distresses, Soothed by words and soft caresses, Sheltered by love's careful arms From the world and all its harms, Full of sunehine, bright wita glee As the dancing waves yoa see. Mother's joy! Folded safe in love's warm clasp, Held with tender, faithful grasp, Guarded from all sin and shame, Shielded from their very name, Do you know the world is wide? Do yon know sin's rushing tide Has c'erwhslmed this earth of ours, Killing all its fairest flowers'? Little buk on life's rough sea, What shall your sure anchor be? What, amid time's storms and strife, Bhall preserve the spirit life ? Who shall bear for you life's load ? Who can do it, bat your God? Harry, boy ! Mother's love thai is so true. Father's pride that rests in you. Cannot shie...
SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM, London, April 27. Arrived — Thessalus, Bhip, from Mel bourne January 14 ; Ned White, brigautine fiom Port Chalmers January G. Calcutta (via Albany). Sailed — April 4. Lammerlaw, ship, for Adelaide and Melbourne. London, April 29. ship, sailed January 6 ; Cardigan Castle, ship, sailed January 29. From' Sydney — Caimbulg, ship, sailed January C; Para matta, ship, sailed January 24 ; Brilliant, ship, boiled February 21. From Bluff Harbor — Jessie Headman, ship, sailed January 25. From Adelaide — Aconcagua, s.e., from Sydney March 11, Melbourne March 10, and Adelaide March 19. At New York, from Auckland, Peerless, brig, sailed November 29 ; at Boston, from Mel bourne, Jas. A. Borland, sailed January 5,
Aquatics. CLOSE OF THE YACHTING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881
sal j* CLOSE OF THE YACHTING SEASON. The past season of the South Australian Yaeht Club was closed on Saturday afternoon, April 30, when races for third-class and small yachts were held at Port Adelaide. This yaoht clnb holds the foremost position in the colony, and ita career of late has been of the most successful character. There are at pre sent on its register twelve yachts and no lea than 150 members, and it is satisfactory to know that the majority of the members take a lively interest in the affairs of the clab. The season jott concluded was oa the whole a, very livelj and interesting one, there having been several exciting contests between the boats owned by tbe members; aad as in soma instances tho tables had been turned, tbe cloeU'g races of the season were looked to to decide the claims of one or twa oi the boats. Uu Saturday the weatber was beautifully flee end a moderate aid steady breeze rendered it mott auspicious for yaoiitiag. There was very little ceremony connecte...