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Chess. PROBLEM No 611. By J. O, J. Wainwright, Mass. Best two-mover in the Detroit fret Press Tourney. No. 5. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

€\t$$. PJiOBLEM No 611. By J. O, J. Wainwright, Uw. Best two-mover in the Detroit fret Presi Tour ney, No. 5. BtACK. WHtTJE. White to play and mate in two moves.

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. TUESDAY, MAY 10. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Andrews.] MINCHAM V. MINCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

E SUPflBMB COUKT— OTVUi SITTINGS. ' ' Tcesdat.Mat 10. [Before Bis Honor Mr. Justice Andre wa.] MINXHAM V..MINCHAM. Mr. Foster for the petitioner ; the respondent was not represented. . This was .a petition by Edmund Robert Min . cham for .the dissolution.of his marriage with Kesiah Mary Ann Minchara, on the ground of, adultery. When the .case was set dowa for bearing it was arranged that no oo-respondeat . should be named, as the respondent was a . common prostitute.' . j Edmsnd £dbertMtnchsm,of Eehunga,general dealet. eaid he was married to the respondent, then Keeiah 'Mary 4nn Mxirtia, spinster, oa Jajy|21, 1&71, at Et. Alary'-a Obucch, iScliungs, by ? tte Kev. V. t». laplin. ..Attar raarriK-ge ha live! ? with, his wife' at Bsoanga, Hindoiirsb, Aim* PJaiiis. and at Echuoga & .ascond time. Vfailc at Zchuoga she left the. homo without cause, and on the following day he went to Adelaide snd saw her in tbe City Hotel, Hindley-street. He indnoed her to return with him, ...

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

' TALUKGA. Hay 2.— Prcseut— AU but Ur. ilauna. Gr ChUlcott reported trees sold, at Mount Pleasant for £5. Cr. Hath jen to} have footbridge repaired at Peiteche's. Mr. Hoopers offer -of - stone accepted. Opening new road Betreat Valley post poned,. Bead ne&r Crossman's to be gravelled. BtidgB at Fox's Creek to be metalled. StOLebreakicg let to G. Butler at Is. 6d. per jnrd Dayman to break down, larse stones at the 'Fotds Kiver-re&d. ^Eeceiprs, £36 23.4d.; pay ments, £87 Is.

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INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, MAY 10. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Way.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

— * .iNsriT.VENfiv onnRT— Amtr.fTnw. Tuesday, May 10. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Way .1 ? lai re Charles William Rosexotv, of Orrareo, Clerk. — First hearing. Nothing was done. In KB William. Lajimey, late of Frewville, General Dealer. — First hearing. Mr. William f nplett was appointed trade assignee. : Ih'BE Geobgb James Fabam, of Hamley Bridge, Civil Engineer. — Final hearing. Tne ?nocountaat reported :— Liabilities, £2'j0 19s. lOd. Assets— Cash in treasury, £18 18s.; a watch value £20 ; total, £38 18s. Deficiency, £162 Is. had not attended. Adjourned for a month, a maintenance order of £5 being made. Ik IE Jas. Gflbdrt, late oi P^rkside, Laborer —Fical hearing. Insolvent being dead, the ? meeting lapsed. Jh'ee HesetThos. Webbee, late of Nails ?woith, Maeon.— Final heading. The aonountant reported that insolvent had not attended. Ad journed for amonth. In ' ee William Samtjel Dobsok, late ; of Norwood, Engineer. — Final hearing. Mr. W. V. ' Smith appeared for insolvent. The ...

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THEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

' TEATREE GULEY. ukoj o. — iinuic — ail. abuuu iwu^uqut — John Boss, forming and metalling ten chain? of load near Mr. Bichard Smith** contract, £75. Meters. A. Brown, isattrB.end others gave their consent ta an -exchange of roads between toctions i576 .and 1577 ; resolved thntil Messes. Tester and W. Takan will pay.the satn. of £15 between} them the council will take therwork . in band, the money to ba paidbsfoie.ooatmano leg tbe work. The following coanaUora to . ' retire,:— Metns. Thomas G. MoPharlin 'and Henry Eaines by rotation, and Marer Oolemin , by ballot. Work to bejdone near Butler's, Cole man's, and Dunn's HiU. Payments, £ol 9«. . lCd.

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

LAM^SALE. The f sllowitg land eale was held at the Land Office on Thursday, ^Hay 12. There-was a tpi/ gcod attendance: — ; ; Tow;f-AixoTiiENTS. ' Eonfired of Winninowie— County of rrome. Sec. b. p. .Purchaser. Amount. 10 1 0 -A.Gunther ? £20 O Ol 11 10 3. Watt* ? - 10 IS 0 . 12 10 ' BigneU &~roung ... '5 15 :0 ? 13 1 0 Bignell & Young ... 6 j5 '0' 14 10 \J. Heridiy ? 7 5 t) ?15 1 0 C. A.KBinecke ? ... '5 15 «?? 16 10 Bignellit Yoong ... -5 10 0 17 1 0 BianellaiTouns ... 11 5 0 SO 10 itejntll&Eeinecke 5 0 0 :21 1 0 JKiyuell & Reisecke 4 10 0 22 1 0 J. J. BeBh»m ... 2 15 0 .23 10 J. J. Benhim ... 3 5 0 24 rl 0 Wm-Porsyth „. 4WO' .25 1 0: Jao.WaUs ? 7 10' 0 26 10 H.D. Gouge ... .~5 15 0 2T :1 0 Wfn.Forsyth ... -5 0 0 -28 10 J. A. Flugge ... 3 5 0 29 10 J. a.'FlUgge ' ... 4 10=0' 50 .10 lleyneU-toJieiueoka --3-10 '0 31 1 0 RejneJl & R«in£3ke -i 0 O ?62 1 0 J.Hendiy ? S 5 -t) S3 1 0 :T.J. Collier ... fl 5 « 51 10 Bignell & Young ... S 0 0 ,...

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FRIDAY, MAY 6. [Before Mr. J. Varley. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

' FBTBAY, MAT 6. rBefore.Mr.J. Varlev. S.M.1 £.' Wakkee v. M. Foody. — £50, damages for -aijault. Mr. W: V. Smith for plaintiff, and Mr. G. S. Kingston for defendant. For the . plaintiff it was alleged that-Walker, who -was a tenant of Foody's, intended to remove, and told ,¥oody so on the evening in question. Foody ?aid he should not do so, and .after an alterca tion about removing his .furniture Foody ob tained an axe handle and struck Walker once on the head and thrice on tile left arm. He ,twa laid np for about a week, and his left arm .was still bad. The defendant's case was that the .matter had been grossly exaggerated; that .Walker assaulted Mrs. Foody by throwing a carpetbag at ier, and that he pushed Feody inta .the watertable. Terdictfor£25. !

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YATALA NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

?YATALA NOSia, May 9.— Prtaent — Grs. J. Kantley (;n:the cha-T), T. Wiggins, G. Buuett, and A. Whit breid. Cr. T. Wiggins retircs-by biUot, and the chauiman tid C/. J. Ddnklsy by efflaxion of! time. KecEipts,£29 4i-.;payn3ente,£22 83.5d.

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MONDAY, MAY 9. [Before Mr. W. R. Wigley, S.M, and a Jury.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Hokday. May 9. [Before Mr. W. &. Wigley, S.U , and a Jury.] ?I. T. Slim AND ANOTHER V. G. MlULEfi.— .Mr. jGrnndy tor the plaintiffs; the Attorney Gecpral (the Hon. J. H. Symon) for the defen .dant. Before the case was opened Mr. Grundy Applied for a view under clause -42 of the Jury -Act of 1662. It was arranged that after he had bticfiy opened for the plainti&s the jury should inrptctihe premises at Ulenelg in' reupect of «liiifh the diepute Lad .ariseu between the , paitai-E, and that the case should be adjourned till tbe following ruoraiug at 11 o'clock. Mr. IGinndy said the defendant was -the free Ixildjtr df the Berkecirti Hotel, GleueJg, and iiad printed a lease ta the j'Uintiilii iu tuciideraticu of a premium of -£410 and the payment of a weekly rental of £5 for twenty-one years, until such time as defendant had expended in re building in a substantial manner the front par ties of the botel. The amount that was to ba expended in this work'was not' to exceeds l...

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YATALA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

TATALA SOUTH. May 2. — Present — CrB. Williams (chair),. Lanrie, and FoIIaud. Kautioe . bi'iinasj. ! ^e ceiptE,£14; psyEeuts, £1. ' ,

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WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

WBST.TORRBN3. - . , sisy -iu. — i'resent — ura. Manes {oaBir},.. Piettj jobn, Pritobard, Adcock, Srringtoa. rW. Parkin wrote as to Btate of roads in Plympton ; - to be attended to. P. O'itially wrote rraptsting alteration Bnshfires -Act. Anderson *& ~&j. asked to be sliowed to rgatder the: castor' eil btrriff growing on roads in district ; ^granted. Local Board of Health asked couacil to prevent the deposit of rubbish on vacant land in Tnebsr tor ; to be -informed tbat oouncil oaonot in ttrfero. E. Fieldisg -asked for £10-damages, caoeed by horee failing on bridge, Biotenoad road; accident had not ocourred thronghnny neglect on the part of oouneil ; - Mr. Fielding to fuiiiifh fntthei psrticulars. Mr. G. 'Brrington applied for love to repair by-rosd*t hiaowa -expeBEe; granted. Eieolved that the Hind TBtrph tramway te allowed to lay -down lino from Mile-End to Kew Xhebarton atnobless tbsn '17 feet from boundary feness, -and if it is desirable . to continue line to Henl...

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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MAY 5. [Before Messrs. J. Varley, S.M., J. G. Boothby J.P. and G.N. Birks, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

LOCAL OPUBT— ADELAIDE. Thttbsday, Mat 5. I Before Messrs. J. Varley, 8.M., J.G. Booth Vy .T.P..»ti-1 a. N. Riits JP1 E. Jacobs t. 8. Fbbby.— £100, damages for the wrongful detention of the racehorse - Faugh a-baUsgh. Mr. H. B. Downer for plaintiff, Mr. P. F. Bonnin for defendant. After the Oakbaak races, on April 18, Mr. B: Ooleman purchased the horse from the- plaintiff, a -storekeeper- at Xorketown, for £100. Plaintiff - gave him- an order to get the horse from Mi. Ferry, who de clined to give him op. At a subsequent inter view defendant said he had bought tbe horse previously from plaintiff, but plaintiff, said that.be had only given him the refusal of it np to a certain date whioh had expired. Coleman suggested that he Bheuld take his £100 and pay plaintiff the £60 be affirmed he had bought the horse for, and thereby make a profit on the transaction. Ferry replied that he wanted more than'thet. In answer to plaintiffs intimation the he had sold tbe horse to Oaiesmn and had : giv...

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Law Courts. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. SATURDAY, MAY 7. [Before their'Honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Andrews.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

gulxr (&mtis. SUPBBMK COUBT— IN BANCO. SATUBDiT, Mat 7. [Before their' Honors the Chief Justice and Sir. Justice Andrews.] In the jiatteb of chables mabetat against THE GOVKENOES OF THE CKUBCS OF JUTGI^AiTD COLLEGIATE SCHOOL OF ST. PETBQ, TTBiNRV EDTiED DOWKEE, BOBEET \TALXEB IIOOBB, ASD BBSBY DATin O'lIALLOBAX. The Attorney General (Hon. J. H. Symon) with Mr. A. Young appeared for the plaiatiff. Mr. H. E. Downer appeared for himself. Mr. W. C. Belt for Dr. Moore, and Mr. Harold Downer for Mr. O'JEUlloran. Mr. Hargcave appeared for the Governors of the College. This was a motien for an interim order. Mr. Belt said Dr. Moore had not been serve J with a writ until the previous evening, and he himself not having been retained till 8 o'clock was cot prepared to argue the ease. Bis Honor the Chief Justice, skid and interim order or an ex parte injunction had beau moved for in chambers and he had asked his colleague ta sit with him, either to hearths motion or to arrange for an ad...

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

-SOtTTHEaih^. 'llay 9.— Present -All. Dr. Englehart, medica cuicer to the destitute poor of this district wrote a»king the council to-make anappltqatia to the* Government for an additional stun o £10 p»r annum; resolved that the teqdest o Dr. Snglehart be complied with. Couacil re solved that Or. PhiUis be~ empoirered to expend £2 in conjunction with Tua^killo Conncil onthe Bound»ry-roadneirMoGorminTs. ' Council to sit as road commissioners en ths 13th' June.; Tenders accepted: No. 131, W. Carnell, forming and gravelling; £3 69. Si. per ohiid. Paj mints, £14 fe

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SUPREME COURT—IN EQUITY. TUESDAY, MAY 10. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

SUPKHMB COUBT— IN ?EQUITY. Toesdat, Mat 10. [Before Hi* Hooor Mr. Justice Saaoiut.] EK THE MATTEB OF TUB CLAIM OF WILLIAM ? LE GALLEZ AND THE ADELAIDE SEWEB4 ACT NO. 106 OF 1819 AND THB LAUDS CIAUBES COS- : EOLTDATION ACT HO. 6 OF 1817. Mr. NeBbit for tbe petitioner; Mr. C. O. KiBEBton for the Gommintioner of Severs. This was an application for the payment of £160 out of court. The petition sot out that Wit Iiam Le Gallez,of Tarn O'Shanter Belt, firmer, was (1 ) the owner and in the actual possession of all that piece of land containing four acres or thereabouts, cart ; of allotment 57, section 379, Tarn O'Shanter Belt, Hundred of Ya«,iU. County of Adelaide, when the Commissioner of £ewers took pOEBeesion of it under tha power j vested in him by the Adelaide Sewers As;. 2. The Commissioner in the -ex-tfoise of tteso powers gnve notice to the petitionerthat he re quired for the purposes of the ondert iking authorised by the Sewers Act, the piece of land, and he wbb willing to treat w...

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

STOOKPOBT. May 7. — Preeeat — The chairman and Ors. Ors' Houtb, Badman, aad~Wfllis. J. Greening applied for repairs of road near his place; deferred for th» ^rii^nt. J. Seery to be paid balance due on a contract provided ce geu an order be the council from tbe contractor for the payment of the same.

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

ADELAIDE RETAIL PSI0E3. Beef, Sd. to Sd. per lb.; -ttutton, 3Jd. to 54. per lb. ; lamb, 3b. (fore-quarter), and 4s. (hind quarter); pork, 7d. to 8d. per lb.; real, 6d. to 8d. per lb.; beef sausages, 4d. per lb.; pork do, 8d.— May 12. Almonds, Sd. .per lb. ; apples, 2d. to 3d. per lb.; lemons, Is. «d. to 3s. per -dozen; oranges, Id to 4d each ; figB, dry, Is. 3d. per lb. ; mul berries, cone ; blackberries, none ; coooaaute.Sa to 6s. per -dozen ; raisins. Is. per lb.; dry walnuts. Is. -to Is. 3d. per lb. ; black plums, none; bananas, none; beans, French, 4d.; cabbages, 2d. to 6d. each; carrots, 3d. per bunch; encumbers, 2d. to 4d .each; garlic, 6d ; lettuces, id. . ? to 2i. .«ach; mint, Id. .per bunch ; , onioni .Id. per lb.; parsley, Id. .pec bunch; parsnips, 3d. .per banth.; peas* Is. Ad. .per. peck; radishes, . Id. per bunch ; chalots, 6d. per lb^. turnips, 3d. per . bunch; piasappIes,Bone ; peaches, noce; grapes, Sd to 3d perlb ; sweet melons, 4d. per lb; water melons, 2d. per lb....

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LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

LABOE MABKSX. The following quotations are supplied to us ' ?yMr.W.B.Hont, of the Labor Office, King William «treet: — ... Domestic Shbtaiob— At per week, with board and lodging.— Housekeepers, 10s to 12s; cooks, professed, 10a to 15s; housemaids, 8s to 10s; laundresses.es to 10s ; kitcheamaids, 9s to 10»; tipper nones, 8s to Vs; nursemaids, 6s to 8s; nureegirlfl,Sffl6dto 5s; general servants, 6a t» 10s. Faem SbetAKTS— Atper week,-with board and lodging; those marked thus * have board and lodging for two, and thus t rations for one adult. Ploughmen, single, 20s; newly-arrived immi grants, do, 17s to 18s ; f do, married, 15s to 17s, with cottage, fuel, and water; do do, without board, 25s to 27s, with cottage, fuel, and.water ; * do do, man and wife, both employed, wife as general servant at .the farm-house, &c, 20s to . 22b 6d; farm laborera,-not being ploughmen, or indifferent ones only, 15s ; boj's aud youths, tor harrowing and. ploughing, 8s .to 10s ; small boys, for catt...

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

STARLET. May 7. — Preseat— The chairman, ani 'Cr 3. Tralaggan, Fsulkcer, and 'Jtlalycha. 'Ten-lers accepted— Ho. ?24, J.ShiolB, £t« 153. ; forming, 17e. per chain ; 226, J. Mscnamara, £9 ; S21, P. TiVey, 18a. per chain; drains, '2s. per chiia; 228, T. Woodman, £5 per chain. North mid land Coad Board to be written to raqoestin; permission to take Etufit 'from - the road near Uintaro to blind come' metal on district- roiSs destroved by board's contractors. Mr. Lloyd allowed to take some logs from the roads on Hill River-road to Oatholio chapel ; ts ba rafeei in, blinded, and rolled. Keoeipts, £35 2s. 61; p ajmdnts, £1K 16e.

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APPOINTMENTS. TUESDAY. MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

APPOINTMENTS. Tuesday. May 17. Adjourned final hearings— James Brown, of Adelaide, merchant; John Fairolough, of Manoora, licensed victualler; William K. Oliver, of Adelaide, timber merchant; John Thos. Clements, of Aid inga, farmer; John Gso. Harney, of Crafers, publican ; George Gates, of Adelaide, publican. First hearings— Carl A. B. Hallman, of Norton Summit, publican; William John Brown, of Adelaide, laborer ; Geo. Matson, of Hindmaish, laborer; Joseph Harrison, 0$ Queenstown, fireman r William Wars, of Hind marsh, laborer ; John Turner, of North Stepney, ooachbuilder ; Biohard Kossiter, of Adelaide, butcher; George Oughton, of Adelaide, olerk; Hermann Hclzberger, of Port Augusta,, butcher ; Charles George Bonney, of Adelaide, clerk. ?Audit meetings — John Annger, of Georgetown, farmer ; Thos. E. Fogden, of Beltana, licensed victualler.

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