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END OF THE BASUTO WAR. CAPE TOWN, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

END OF THE BASUTO WAR. Capk Town, April 30. The terms of peace offerei by the British have at length been accepted by the Basutos, and hostilities have finally termi nated. This result was mainly brought about by Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of Cape Colony, who recently offered the Basutos mediation between them and the British Government, which the chiefs accepted. Sir Hercules placed himself in communication with the home authorities, and the latter submitted certain conditions which have now been accepted by the Basutos.

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"LA FILLE DU TAMBOUR MAJOR." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

' LA FILLE BU TAAliJOCJR MAJOR.' FLere was a brilliant end crowded githstiuj at rbe Tttarre Uojal on Monday Bight to wifcntts tbe Hist pertorrtacce here of ' La Filie du Tsmboor Major,' au opera that reached ita ote hui.d-edth icpreseutatiou ere it was with ers JH f.cm tLe boards of the Opera House ia Ktl-Ciri,e about a week ago. The same piece Las bad a mi»t sncces&fal ran in London, and ?ctn-n we cot-eider the elements of attrac t-,v«tt£B that are combined in it ire do not vecuder at tbe amount of patronage which lorera It ittcos only a brief while ago einse Hr.Gsorga Wu-gici p, tcphew of the lata Mr. W. S. Tester, wei.1 10 Hcrui e to eagege epentio tsleat for ihe colonies, and returned with this very olevsr troupe of opera bouSe artists. Those who iiiiagiEed he would bring out notable eingera with gcaud voicea who would sppeir in high. cltss of tra were disappointtd, but the thousand* wi« ttroaged the Optra House nightly for the ihiid part of a year wore dolighted with ta...

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Music and the Drama THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

JUtasic aitir tjj* ||ama THEATRE JiOiTA-L. Tie benefit leuaejfcU to ilissBUmclieStatnmerB ou ; . to;, Apiit 20, Kta oi so -^lihusi.irtic a th- acttr that ibe Jinjul cas orjwdtd .ts :iu dcers klJ mjney waa turned ate;. The tire=s eircl* mi «s densely iw-t. ?' aa ether portions of the bouse, scd Eia Exc-iitucy i&e iiarercor wa* present with members -of his family aud euite. Tae conspicuous chai&cttr cf the dcmuascrs'iaa to the fair bennfid^ij'c wsa uu* act oaly ta the cx O^jjtivnal ability which she has displayed as »u aeritjt, ci-d to Lhe astiduity w.za *uica one tin performed her cutie« iu conbesti»n witn.tiia ttejie, but also to ber eh&rini of miuaer -.nii );cr mativ t-ritrlin^ u:iaiitits wuich hava wan fcr : er ti-e hdanratiuu »iad res^'ju of thoa^aad* both ia this au-i the sister colonies. Evac siuza the Ltndon Cooiedy Company was drat orgasi^d Mi:s Blanche Staam«B { sirs. (Jriruer) hoi a Led the itailing roles, oud played s greater variety ot psrlp, with ...

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Wool Sales. ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

IBM -^ata. ADELA.IDE WOOL, SA.LES. TrrrjESDAT, Fi:bbuabt2i. AfesBrs. Helmuth Scliwartie & (Jo. S3ld 592 bale* of wool — Ex Myrtle Holms. Kinchega— 19 gr 63, 94 8J, 80 7J5, 83 Ihi, 81 7id, tO 7f.d, SI 7d, SO 7d, 25 lmo 7-i. 'HBH— 2 bk 8V1. Satukdat, Febecaht 26. Messrs. J. T. Simes Si Cj. sold 157 bjles of wool — Ex Ligutia. A over WP4S-11 bccJ lat clthg Is 8 1, 33 pes Is 2id, 6 Iks in 3d. Ex City of Adelaide. /ngo— 25 gr fcgt 10d, 28 W lOi, 37 E 91J, 17 pes 7Ad. Messrs. WiUang, Ocetbury, & Co. sold 416 bales of w.k-1 — Ex Mjrlle Holme and Dankeld. HIIjE— 7 gr hgts no prin^, 40 uo priej, 8- na priett.CS no price, 2 Itabt IU -- Cockrum-21 8;.l, Id ?-i, U 8A.I, 52 8d, 18 £d, 25 E 7id, 1 !mD S i. l : . SJ. ' 10^J, 16 lmbs to pries. -1 'bellies 5£i. Mo.nday, Fubucauy 26. TiUsfir. Carca B.lme i Co. eo!d 321 biles of wool — Ex M;rtla H)lai5. AAV ow Scurt'o ilcid-.vs— 47 cmb;? hgls pr riid, 02, 8j,4S gr 8W, 11 gr 7d, id pu gr 6d, UksSd. Ex City of AdJ«de. MR— 103 cmog gr 7i-...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

Wit miJr ^mar* A jttofi prophet— 100 per cent. A word that embraces a good deal.— Hag. Everybody wishes to be well off, including the m&n on a vicious horse. The difference between dancing anJ card playing is just exactly the difiereaoa betireon the reel and the I-deal. 'By ihepow'rs!' has hitherto feeen a pacu ibtIu Trikli ^T/-1«fnntinn. TTa:ircpfilrth it w-tl Krt adouted by the Turks. 'Can a clergyman marry himself?'1 a«ks no exchange. Possibly, but he would nut ba likely to be a bappy couple. Street Preacher—' I now ask, brethren, whit cen 1 do to noic veu— what sball I do to taoie. you in thisworld of wickedness?' 'Arry : Saud roui d the 'at, guv'nor — that'll move 'em.' 'Dojou gtt acy hclidajs ia your o3i;e?' atkfd a ieturued divine of a chesry-loosia» ?wetter in. bcculitr vr&lks. *? Ob, j es, wo get a day to gtt buried on.' A y ourjg man » rites from the Osloralo m 3=m taine to *ay that he got as ravenons m a i*veu among the ravines, and sat down in one 01 che ...

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ECONOMY IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

ECONOMY IN TfLfc; l'UBLIC SERVICE. TO TIIE EDITOa. Sir— I»nd youeome hints for reducing the expenditure ot tlie -}overnment wUho-it.starvinjj the laborer which I hope you will publish : — 1. Appoint gentleman who have no families or re latives they are likely to want pl&css for aud such a* are of undoubted honesty as a comaiid tii/ii of ecqiiirv. 2. Let thesi examiae o&re- fully the amount of -work dono by Govemaisns cjtrfee, aud comtare it with the «rork done by e'etks for private iirms, with a vie.v of keeping ao many oi'ly as are needed and allotting those tl at are retained the satisfaction of kuu.viag Vi.&t they com their talariti, as I feel ceccoui ft at all who have any honorable f«elingts must be ashamed to eccept pay for cleauin^ aad ]iiirirg their caiin, aad other such valuable pas times. 3. Try if it is not possible to obtain a fair ('ay's work onfc of the eaijl^ej wichuu; beviug an overlooker to each worimau. 4. Give the deepening of harbors one t...

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Correspondence. MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

€8xxzs$anbmzt. MIKING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.. TO TUB EDITOB. Sir— On account of the bad hsrvesfc acd the large quantity of money seeking iuvestaitiuc there teems a growing desire among cipltoliscs to develop our minerals, acd the feeling appe& s to prevail among all classes that South Aus tralia is about to follow in the wake of mast countries. Great Britain, America, IadU, Vic toria, New South Wales, and evea Tastnaais have lately made great strides in developing their eillerent metuLi, America and Iudia especially drawing enormous sums of British capital for that purpose. The eaiitay displayed heie in mining during1 tbn lw, fi^ur'vA^m is burprbiiig considering the inducarneat held out by the outcrop 01 aloioat e7erv mineral in nearly all patts t-f the colony. The great copper-mining iudusrry, whioli tsvice saved South Australia from almost u»tioa»l bank ruptcy, hs.« for rua»y years b-;ea almost paralj ted, not becau-e taere has beea a lack of aiecoveries. but on accoaol of th...

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THE S.S. JOHN ELDER. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE S.S. JOHN ELDER. London, April 30. The Orient steamship John Elder sailed from Plymouth to-day for Australianports.

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THE AUSTRALIAN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE AUSTKIiS BAND. TLe fifth concert iriren bv tile Austrian 33tnd at the town Lailoij Siturjsy, April 3U, was \*jy »til attenJeo. The cutcrtaiume^t *-is BLcer tie patronage of bis worship tiie raiyur cl the city. Xlie programme *ss a popahir nae, »Ld ccrcprised rejieritioBS cf c-oae of tlie .uosc tltiactivc pieces iu addition to otLtrs sptiUliy BuitEble to a Saiuiday night auiii-uw. Is tuny rtMCDably be icferred that mauy pcrs-nu itttcd enter(&inmen-a on a Saturday who have net the oppoctuuity of doing so on auy otber evtEiiig jn tte week, and ivimt tbey re^iire then is Eexnethicg bright, pleasunt, and jbteriog. 2n this way the procraaunu vas arc&aged to cpjn with the taking march 'iiatiiiitza'' (Sappe), ?with an overture Irom the same k&nd, ' Pi^se Same,' which included a very skilfully erecased *icet by Mes.-is. isnxt and iveil. Tuia liucnber W£B ieptattd in response to an i:udeu:abla enccre. A cbanni^g waltz, ?? Wieatriiich' (LitLrcr), followed, which was...

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GARNER'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

GARNER'S THEATRE. On JHonday evt=ning the Loado.-i Ooaiedy Company ai.ptared at Gnrner'e Theatre in S3 ton's latest comedy, entitled ' The Upper Viutt.' It wss unlortuisatG that ' La Fille dn Sambonx JleJGt' was produced on the same Bifebt at tbe K03 al, as it necessarily drew large numbers 01 people who otherwise would in all jiobtbility have been present to witness the ^.]cte now Uljctr ueecripiiuu. vumiamiug iuq « unttr-attractiun there was a f*ir!y good noase, bLd doubtltxs the play-goiugpublioof Adelaide, es seen as the excitemtnt caused by tbe Opera Ccmiqi-e hut subsided, will not lose the oppor tunity of witnessing one of the beet pieces that Air. Garner's popular company has yet given as. *? The Upper Orujtf* was first produced in Lon don about twelve years ago at the Folly Theatre, with Er. J. L. Tcole iu the character of Barnaby Doublechick, and it is still enjoying a £ieat iul-, a»d Jjas become almost as familiar in llie theatrical advertisement Met as was the Ici'gecf-li...

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. PARIS, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. Pabis, May 1. Later intelligence is to hand to-day from the General in command of the forces now advancing in Tunis, to the effect that de sultory fighting has taken place between French outposts and bodies of Tunisian troops. The casualties on each side were slight, and the affairs are not considered important.

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

fpnhtg JJnMIijflick The following ia the mining manaser'i report to the directors of the Alma aud Victoria United Gold Mining Company (Limited), 'vVaukaringa, dated April 23: — 'I h&ve tliu holier to report that I have iu accor-i»uca witi jour instructions invited public tenders for tbe til tisj; of underlie shaft 10U feet de.ipsr aaj constructing a retervoir as per specifications. Alter ;ome difficulty I succeeded in letting the contlsct for sbait to fcix conijje*.ciit miceri la 1 contider a low price under the circuantia=ea. I Lave mode every neceesary arraugemect for giving ttem a fair Btart. I raet t.he men ou the road preceediug to the mines. I f Ailed to secure euy tatitiactory tender at the Barra or at TtaoT.je for the conatrustion of reservoir, but us my Mrivai at tile uiilo I let the ca^itraut at ;ue isle of 10J. yx;r jard of exoivatiou to a cc-nipetent in&n. When finished on the fite cjarfced off it will hold abost t eien ltet of v/ater by the proper formst...

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

COMMERCIAL. TiOTcnov. Anril 9fl The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,290,000 quarters. Tin is £87 10s. per ton. Mutton tallow is 36s. per cwt.

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THE BOEMA CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

? .♦ THE B0E5IA CONCERTS. Ofi Friday, April 29, the final concert by the Boerna comuany was given in the town hail in the pretence of a large audience. Tne present concert, being the farewell one, was held under the patronage or His Worship the Mayor ( ilr. IS. T. Smith, M-P.J and the city councillors. Tbe programme was an exceptionally choice one, coiit-istinK of celeciio&s from botb classical and pcpular composers, and on the whol« the sixth ctucejt was certainly quite as go id as, if noc btttir, than any of toe f/reoediag quintette, aloes. H. Boroon, a violcnctfllo player of considerable wnown, kindly offered bis services for the oocmiod, and as time, no small amount of interest in his per formance was evinced amongct the musical talent present. The first part of the entertain jaent commenced with a grand trio f jr the violin, ?violoncello, and piano ( Fetca), by SijruorStef fsiii, Sloes. BomoD, and Mr. Stanton. Trie piece was very well received, and Mons. iiomon gives pr...

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ONAUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

ONAUNGA May 2. -Present — All but Cr. Kutzer. Con tract 40, repairs near Mr. Wundersitz's, let to G. Hutson at £1 per chain for rubble, and £2 15s. for repairs to other four chains. Roads near Messrs Dolling & Stien's to be examined and repaired. Council revised the scale of charges fcr use of district hall, reducing the prices pre viously charged in compliance with memorial received. Amounts paid, £15 15s. 9 d.

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

? Ipe&s A HfctBUH y .Though nothing Las been definitely fettled »e understand that Parliament w31 ba called together for the dispatch of business on . Juts 2. Information has been received at Port ? Adelaide that Captain Fowler, irho ootmntnded ' the Strata vbea bbe ran ashore at Gape Jervis, ' im been uppeiirtedtothectptsiDcy of anottier 1 Uuser trading -m the British coat. 'We have seen some splendid .specimens d sogansae grown in the Government nureery, - northern Territory, and which were brought to ' Adelaide by the steamer Atjeh cm. S**ardar last. They are about tea feet high. The Smith: Australian Land mortgage - and'AgEncy Company (LimitedJJiarereteiveJ a- *tJnw.iim fvimtho rjini)nn jifliiio s4--*£in.rr Hi of - tie directors have -res-erred to deoltre an ? icterim 'dividend of 10 pec cant, per annum. I The steamer Aconcagua, which left here on March 13, arrived at Plymonth on the 23th of April, 41 davsoufc The steamer John Elder left Plymouth ors April 36, having on ...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. ALDINGA, May 3.M«vS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [From our Country Correspondents.] ALDINGA, May 3 The stranded schooner Expert was floated off from the beach this evening at 5 o'clock. Captain Gibbon, of the New Zealand Insurance Com- pany, having moved the vessel about one hun- dred feet towards the water by means of ways and screw-jacks, the steamer Eleanor finished the work this evening, and will tow the vessel up to Port Adelaide. The schooner is but slightly damaged. BORDER TOWN, May 1. A gun accident happened at the University Block on Saturday, by which a young man named Butler, in the employ of Grice & Co., had a very narrow escape. Butler and a young man named Barton were out kangaroo hunting. They had one bailed up, and Butler caught it by the tail, when it made a bound at Burton, who fired, killing the kangaroo. But most of the charge lodged in Butler's arm, who was at the back of the kangaroo. Butler will be taken to Narracoorte on Monday, Dr. Penney being away from home. BORDER TOWN, May 4....

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THE FULHAM STUD YEARLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE FULHAM STUD YEARLINGS. A leminder in the form of a oatalogue fro-n Mr. J. H. Parr, the auctioneer, has reached us, that the second annual sale of the Fulham Stud jeariing6 will take place on May 25, at Messrs. B. Barnard & Co.'s new bazaar. Any person in terested in horse stock would obcain both re creation and instruction Irom a visit to Mr. Blackler'e Fulham Stud farm at the Keedbed«, where the youngsters are now on view. We lave previously detailed how Mr. Bladder paid two visits to England for the special purpose of celecting thoroughbred stock for Mb stad farm. and how having first purchased Plaudit as a sire, be disposed of that horse again, and his final choice fell upon the aristocratic Countryman, a handsome son of the famous Btockwell, and the highly bred Village Lass, with Winterlake, an upstand ing son of Nutbonrne, as his companion. The site of the farm seems admirably adapted for the breeding ef good Block, and every care his been taken by dividing the esta...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

SPORTING NOTES. j The owners of Fiist Water aud Totilizito- : not liking their weights in tie Birthd»y Cap, I Ecr&tcbed the horses aimed on Tueedav. Topaz i has aleo been scratched for the Trial Handicip. i Twilight, who was accidentally emitted froal | tee Hurdler, bus beea weighted at 9 st. 10 1b. j A race meeting was held aM Armstrong's : Hcte!, Quorn, on Wednesday, May 4. Mr. K. j Tai.Eer was voted to theebiir. It was decided ! tbet tke six tubecription-liets recently issued be j handed in to the chairman with tae sums of j moiey collected. This was accordingly done, | ecd it was ieuna mat t.aa us. oa h&d been col lected, and premises were received of further subtci iptions. Mi. Coltrell moved that in ean tequtnee of Pert Augusta Eegatta being adver tised fcr May 24 the dsite for holding the Quorn races be rixed for June 20. The motion was seconded and carried unanimously. The follow ing officers were then eleoted: — President, Mr. Andrew Ttnuant, M.P. ; vice-pre...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. SATURDAY, MAY 7—THE STEEPLECHASER DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKBX' CLUB ATTTTTMN MRErTNd Batuedav. Mat 7— The Steeplechase Dat. Stewards — Sir John Morpbett, Hon. John Grozier, Mr. W. B. Konnsavell, M.P.. Mr. F. W. Stokes, Hon. G. C. Hawker, Hon. R. O. Biker, Mr. P. Levi, Mr. H. B. Hughes. Jads-a-Mr. S. M. Bagot. Starter— Mr. John ftfcD-mald. H&cdioanper- -Mr. Henry Hughes. S«srdC»ry — Ilr. 8. Barnard. A wet, uninviting morniag ushered in the concluding day of the S.A.J.O. autumn raoes, and gloomy fears were not unnaturally aroused that tte Stetplechas e would be f ouiht out in regu lar KorjjbeMville weather. To.vards noon, how ever, things brightened up considerably, aud ere a novewas made From tae eity to the »ceooarae acie£ruluegky,brighteD6d bysauthine, oanopied tee world below. Hundreds of people, who feared to make an early start inthefaseof the wet tnorr.icg, and who doabted a oontinuauoe of fine vteatber throughout the day, delayed going down until rather late, while numbers of others, who went to see the St...

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