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COROMANDEL VALLEY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COROMASDEL VAIJLEY, Apbh, 12. Pry weather still continues. Bam would ke very acceptable, not only to replenish dry tanks but to bind our metal roads together, as the stones ara becoming very loose. There an at present signs of a coming ohange. — Our Insti tute Hall, the building of which was commenced sometime ago, is proceeding very slowly, on aeeonnt, I am told, at the difficulty ot procuring suitable stone. — Business is rather dull gene rally, though at tks factory things are lively.— The employes of Uefsra. A. Murray andjSou tried their hands at a game of ericket with thosa sf Messrs. Wbyte and Oounsell en Satur day, on the old Adelaide Bacccourse, whioh resulted in a defeat for the latter. A very pleasant game was played, and some of the bawling was exceedingly good.

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Country News. AUBURN, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

totttrg ita*. [From our Country Correspondent*.] AUBURN, Aphil 12, Aonivprcsry services in connection with the Auburn Wesley an Church were held on Saaday, when eloquent sermons were preached in the morning and evening by the Bier. J. K. Mills, and in the fcf ternoon by Her. J. Rowe (President Bible Christian Conference) to large congrega tions. On Monday a tea meeting wss fairly attended, followed by a rrabliG meetiag, at which Mr. Chapman occupied the chair. Addret^ss wers delivered by Mr. Simmons and the Xieve. o . is . m.u!g, d . Aowe, ana j . a.. -i.-revorrow. same excellent mueic was rendered by the choir, aad the proceeds were highly satisfactory.— The Auburn cricketers hava arranged to playa match at Port Adelaide on Gocd Friday. On the fol lowing day fifteen Auburn Ben will play eleven Norwoods on the Adelaide Oral. The following are the players selected to repreient Auburn : — E. 8. Wylie, H. Taylor, D. Smith, J. Smith, W. Atbton, W. White, W. McLeiih, T. Glastonbury, M. B...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TO fiORKBSPOMDHNTS. W« destroy letters uaccompaniei b/ the Hal rams and address at tfca writer, which ara required Dot necessarily for publication bnt as a sswantee of good faith. Hckamitt.— TheHon.Secretaryot the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to *w;m»a« has an office at No. 9, Hindley-strwt. As Susctob. — The matter is not worth talcing D. M. A., Athelstona.— The David Maloohn arrivad hen on March 26, 1848. D. B. B. — Tour are quite in the right, and if the officials taka the proceediags they threaten yon with they will make a great misMk*. D. SurtiTAiT, Kermsde-fitreet, — Yon can get a ?anus paper from Mr. G. S.Wright, in theOhisf Secretary' OSes. As to the otaer matter, the blame re«t» with yourself. VicroBUir Ebadbe. — If at a general election for the House of Assembly you vote in two dii fciots, or if at an ?lection of Legislative Coun cillors you vote in two divisions, you thereby xOBcer yourself liable to a heavy fine and three month*1 imprisonment. A Bxapbb.— 1. You can ...

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COOMOOROO AREA. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COOilOOROO AREA. April 12. The elections pasted off qnietly, the majority being apparently in favor of Mr. Ward. — Seed- ing operations are baiqg vigoreuily poshed forward considering the dry state of the weather. It is generally expected that many of the crops will be very dirty as there has bosu no rain to start the rubbish. The drought still continues, and as a consequence water carting is tha order of the the day.

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BENDLEBY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

BENDLEBY, Amu. 9. The weather continues very dry. This is a greet drawback to the selectors in a new hun dred like this. Some of them have sunk wolli and found water. Those who have not doss this have to cart from long distances. A ietv of the farmers in the district have finished saw ing. There is a gisat scarcity of feed, although grass is beginning to spring up. A good soaking rain is much needed.

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR. APRIL, 1881. PHRASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

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POSTAL. ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, April 16. EUROPEAN. &c. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

POSTAX. AHUAKGBMBNTS. General Post-Offiee, Adelaida, Saturday, Aprfl 16. ?JTBOPBAN. Ac BngUshMail via Sues— Th* B.M.3. Hydaspos will be dispatched with the mails for Western Australia, Ceylon, India, China, and the Bast, Aden, Mauritian, Beunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Sues, and Mediterranean Ports, Europe. America, and the United 'Kingdom, on Wed nesday, April 37, at 5 p.m. The times appointed for closing are, for registered letters at 12 noon ; for ordinary letters at 2 p.m.; for newipapers at 1 p.m. Money orders payable in the United Kingdom will be issued np to 12 noon on Wednesday, April ;27. The English mails for the above will close at Port Adelaide and Semaphore at follows: — For registered letters at 10 ajn. ; for ordinary letters at 1p.m.; for newspapers at 10 a.m. Late letters on which a late tee of 6d has been prepaid will be received at General Post Office up to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, asdat Gleaelg np to 4 p.m., or according to the time the mail steamer is si...

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

^yoaogpbysUsnntaoiibomUiHMite to find his patients liraly as erioketo. S to wardlyrows that be wiU atar at h«ne7^ ?ttetdtobnsiness hereafter. J nBm^«»»

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ANNUAL REPORT ON THE BOTANIC GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ANNUAL REPORT OX THE BOTANIC GARDENS. Dr. Schomburgk, in his annual report, takes a hopeful view of the prospects of the institution over which he presides, and in his opening remarks states that he is able ' to report favorably on the condition and advancement of the establishment, the pro gress and usefulness of which becomes more satisfactory every year.' Dr. Schom burgk s opinion of the past season is that it has not been a prosperous one for outdoor gardening; and to the sudden breaking up of the winter, with occasional heavy frosts, he attributes the slow growth of the out door plants, especially the annuals, and the injury which was done to tender tropical plants. ' During the dry spring the plants could not recover, and thus our florists' flowers, viz., Petunias, Verbenas, Phlox, Stocks, even the Zonale Geraniums, did not produce the fine flowers we are accustomed to see at ,this period of the year. The duration of the flowers was also remarkably short, as they suffered much...

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ECONOMY OF FUEL IN HORTICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ECONOMY OF FUEL IN UORTl'SJL l'URE. TJn-re is a v*ry perceptive inCiVaso iu flie number of yiftsshmises, or Uotbou^fS nn tbey are commnnJy called in the city and neighborhood, aad in varbus oilier n-irt; of tbe colony. As lbs homing of sue!i hjuses is usually sccouiplishud by maass of hot waier apparatus, and the workiuir of 1 iiiie is peneraliy bat iiiUu unrierciuvi'i ia ibiory by pr;:ctiC!:l g-arcieuers siid s^iiynly at ail by ricii-piniessioua!?. we reprint a paper read before tbe Abt-rJeeu iloriii:ulltj.rjrSj.-;iety on Octobtr ]o. I80O, by Mr. A. i). il.m kei.zte, of lidiuburgii. Mr. Mackenzie is a ^vell-Jiuown hoiticultural engineer, and ! capable of offeiin^ souud ad'Vice on all matters pertaining to his profession. Id ordinary coal when heat is apnliel a change immediately begins ; the coal softens and swells, and a lar^e quantity of gas is set free. This gas, consisting; of car buretted hydrogen and bicarburetted hydro gen, when brought in contact with a sufficient quantity ...

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Poultry. USEFUL GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

Smdbfr USEFUL GLEANINGS. Waem. Bbeakfasts fob. Hexs. — Take all your old scraps of meat and vegetables and boil them together, and when the whole thing is soft stir in meal and serve while it emokee. The hens will relish it and will ewap eggs for it. Egg-eatirg Dogs. — If yonrdogisfond of raw eggs let him have them by all means, but (says tho Garden andthe Field) be must let you prepare the spice with thtm. Make a small hole in one end, let out force of the white, then put in seven S raiXS OX uulBT cuiouu, ouu uuoc uid uuxo with stearice from a candle. Place the egg where the dog will be sure to steal it, and watch that dog. A sicker dog won't exist for miles round, and he won't be likely to banker after eggs for a time. There was a dog occe wanted eggs after a dose of tartar emetic, bnt a second dose cured him, and it was only necessary to show him an egg to make Mm howl meuinf ully and clear out for the next section. AkiuaXi Food fob Fowls in Winter. ? — If we would have eggs in w...

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Sporting News. RACES TO COME. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

$$0rixng Itorss, EAQES TO OOtta. Apjbl. 18. OMKAPAEorai. Meotixq. — Acoeptaneea and general entry, April JLL 18. Yoeile'b Fzniksuu. Bacbs. Mat. 6,6.7. S.A.J.O. Adelaide Cor afBrrora. 24. 26, 27. 28. A-E.O. Qrasir'a BtsraDtx SIebmks.— Nominations Hurdles and Steeple, April 12. 24. GovKBNitBHT Gums Races.— Nomination*. April 28 ; acceptances, May 10 ; general eatries, 1Uj20. Juhb. .1,2. Kapuitda Backs — Nomination* May 2, 9, and S3. Acceptances Handicap and 3 resole, Hay 23. 20. Khwkaeket (S.JLJ.O.) Accsssnur Kaarp rsG. Jdit. — Entries, July 6. Aressr. 6. Duke's Bxbthbat {S.A.J.O.) NswxLBKsr Meeting. 6, 7- A-E.C. Wikthh HBBrnro. Bm»iviiw^ 8 JLJ.O. SpsDia HzBrnre. OCTOBEfi. 86. VB.O. Sprhcg Meetots.— Firit day (Derby andMaribjrnong Plate). rfoVBMBEB. I. V.E.O. Ephisg Mebtixg (Oip Djy).— Nominations for Melbourne Cop, Jane 6; weights, June 22 ; forfeits, August 8, Ostober 18. 3. V.B.C. Srursa Meeting. — Third day (Oaks). 5. V.R.O. Sranro MEErnso. — Fourth day (Steeplechase). General ent...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

SPORTING NOTES. Tbe sneoess of tbe Onkaparinga, Bases, which take place on Baster Monday, will depend largely upon tbe character of the weather. At present there is a possibility of a wet Easter, in which case numbers will be disappointed who hare made arrangements tor visiting the racecourse at Oakbank. Some excellent aperi may ba anticipated thonld tbe weather improve as there are good fields of horses, and tbe various events are usually well contested. Thexe are nine oa coBoara ior we ^laruie mn\ zuiu ATaiaugae aod IUbb Banter are the f»voritfi8. Shooldthete fail to secure fint and aesond ji»ce» it will bs owing to the prominence of Twilight oar Marie. Frcm the foro shown by Avalanche in ths JSorth she should win -with comparative eaw. In tbe Maiden Piste there may be a dark one or two, bnt on public running Crystal should be first home at the finitn. The Onkaparinga Cup is likely to be a weU-cautested event between three or four, but either Mr. Stvill'a or Sir Thomas Elder's col...

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

THE ONKAPAUINGA RACES. The following entries were received for Onkspsringa races : — B UEDLB KACB. it. lb- Mr. J.PUe's ro.fi. Veno ? UU Mr. J. Richardson's cjn. MisB Banter, aged- ? 11 2 Mr. W. Shepherd's c. h. Encounter, aged 10 0 Mr. T. Power's br.m. Twilight, aged ... 10 0 Mr. J. Pile,e g m. Avalanche, 6 yrs. ... 9 10 Mr. J. Dugan'a ch.g. Faugn-a-iiallagh, 5 or 6 yre ? 8 13 Mr. C. H. T. Hart's bg. Monte Oarlo9, 4jrs ? 8 10 Mr. W. Sheppsid's cm. Creeping Jenny, »ged ? 8 7 Messrs. SoberUon Bros.' cm. Marie,4 yrs. 8 0 MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. N.C. linn's eg. AucbGoram.S yrs. 9 1 Mr. J. T. Jarvis'i br.g. Grasshopper, aged 8 2 Mr. J. Orozitr, jun., br.f. Kuby, 2yrs. ... S 7 Mr. B. Ferrj's b g. The Joker, aged ... 9 2 Mr. K. O. Baker's ch g. Toby, 3 yrs. ... 7 11 Mr. B. Ooleman'n c c. Crystal, 3 yrs. ... 8 0 Mr. T. Oowan's br.m. Maliala, 6 yrs. ... 0 3 Messrs. J. and T. Jack6on's gg. Blue Bssntle. 3 yra ? 1 11 Mr. S. Hal6t«ad'ebg. Toucbit.agod ... 9 3 Mr. J. B»oavn'soh.h. Glenorchio, 0 yrs. ....

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TRAINING HEIFERS TO MILK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TRAlKING HEIFEKS TO MILK. ' This is sometimes called 'breaking,' but the term is too harsh and suggestive of ropes and clubs. While opposed to iiareh treatment in training an heifer to milk we do not approve of feeding her on sugar and singing to her while we waste hours, days, and palience in overcoming her dis M.m\s w«. buu - ? ? ? 1 -i 1 1 r^ LUUbODDi J.U io UDbUOi to lay aEide both sentimental and heroic notions and take a business view of the subject. With but one or two heifers it is easy enough to pet -them into perfect docility, but this plan will not apply in large herds, when heifers must be caught up after th«y drop their first calves and handled while in a semi-wild state. The jjoint to be accomplished is to teach her that you neither mean harm nor foolish sees, but simply business. To accomplish, this you must be reasonable, firm, 'and patient; admit that she~ has not much tense; is unnecessarily fractious and foolishly: timid. Prepare yourself to meet ihese failings wi...

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HINTS FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

HINTS FOB FARMERS. Seeds. — Eeep all the seeds saved in a dsrk place. Many kinds are injured by dampness. Feeding Pigs. — Suffolk and Berkshire pigs ^may be profitably fed, to bs sold at nine acd ten months, upon clover, corn meal, linseed meal, or corn and oat meal. Half a pound of linseed meal per day on the average, to six months old pigs, would be sufficient. Shoktuoeu Cows. — English 'dairyman . say that hiah grade shorthorn cows when dried off fatten more rapidly with less food according to their size than any other dairy breed, and their beef is of superior quality, bringing a top price in the market. Heavy Hoeses. — For steady draught, large, slow-moving teams uo the work more economically than quiet-moTing onea. It iB far better to go once with a heavy load than twice with light ones. It is the com paratively small, quick-going nervous hoco.'S that balk. A heavy horse will rarely re fuse to draw. A Simple Ba?tdage. — If a horse hurt in any place where it is difficult to pnt...

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Horticulture. SEASONABLE HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

Pflrtintltae* SEASONABLE HINTS. Kow that nurserymen's catalogues are about to be published it is desirable to give to intending purchasers some hints regard ing selection. Fruit listed especially lists of Apple3, are divided into classes, t5z., dessert, kitchen, and keeping, and a great many persons imagine that if they ?want good cooking Apples they must plant such sorts as are fit for that use only. This is a mistake. Some of our best eating Apples are also excellent cocking Apples. Cleopatra, which, is synonymous with New York Pippin and almost identical with Pomeroy, may be taken as an example. Another example of . this kind is^Stone Pippin. These and several other sorts are splendid eating, cook ing, and keeping Apples, and produce excellent fruit in gardens all,o ver the colony. It is difficult to understand why growers continue growing sour Apples, which require from four to- ten times more sugar to make their juices sweet than ia necessary for good fair-sized Apples with fir...

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ABOUT ORANGE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ABOUT ORANGE TREES. In selecting Orange trees for planting do not be anxious to secure large plants ; select medium-sized ones, with vigorous 6hoots, and what is called ' ehort-jointed' in the growth. Jf the leaves en the branches are far apart then tbe joints are long, which means that they have made a rather too Tapid growth to mature their wood firmly. This rank growth is not a good sign if you want the trees to grow in an exposed place. They will of course succeed very well in warm, moist, and rich alluvial flats. A good firmly grown tree, though sot half the eize, will soon overtake in growing one of a ranker cha racter of growth, because it Las generally more ' feeders,*' as the practical men caU the small fibres. Judgment will bave to be used in distuurnishin? between a good short-jointed tree of any kind, and that which is scrubby ; or, in other words, far too old for its Eize. These scrubby trees are often good imitations of a medium sized thrifty tree, but may be easily de...

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A GOLDFIELDS FOR GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

A (iOI.DlllOU) KM ULADSTONJ-:. Mount Horkrrt, n ri'ui. -lint«n( about tiro milol trim OiiilHoiir, in hrp,-uiiiug ti- nltrnr.L nomo Rttuitloii -m Hip |mri. of ni.irt imoi.lo In OIbiIp num.. It. Imr. on pivviiinn iiniiBriDnn, iinan Inokod uj«m n« nvnj liknly c|u.r. for tlio tjninleiioo ol l.ol.t. nut. only liiim llw l»ot -if a ntrunK -r-nrti ltd' niMi.int: over it, lint from .Hhrr imiiontioiin uf » ' hrc»' .ilmrnntpr. Tliin prnprrty liMong* tu Mr. .1. II. Journ. .1.1'.. wlm --»»» IVrrvvilliv it tiire cuui|-:i.il tnrni «t tlio Willotvn, tilopo Ijy tliu nwiitit. Vi»it..rn in liiio ym»« Io Urn H--ym\\o rMati'HMU very diniUy mnt. li.v Mr. ltonruny, lull! inniii.gov of'tlm iil.atiun, mill dftcr bci.i^oiiu i!iirlrd(ivrrtlit-p|irntiiiiK-i-li('dii.lfar-tnnii,(iio , wore i-.l,T!iiiiU- thn :,t.ort'-tooi» to iii«)-«at a (iiirdnicy ? nliirh Mr. ICcnrney rJw«j» t»ld cliom Dame from Mount 11m Int. 'J'iiis curio cuUKiotcil of th« jnwtiuf an iiiuueuBO Bburk, wliioh tvw- purisliaicd by Mr.H. 1J. HiirI...

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THE ADELAIDE, GLENELG, AND SUBURBAN, AND HOLDFAST BAY RAILWAY COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE ADELAIDE, GLENELG, AND StJBUKBAN, AND HOLDFAST BAY EAH.WAY COMPANIES. An extraordinary meeting of tbe shareholders of the Adelaide, Glcnelg.and Suburban Hallway Company was held at the company's office, Eiuj William-Street, on Tuesday morujng, Apiil i;1. Mr. G. D. Green (chairman of tbe board of directors) occupied the ch&ir. Tbsre -sera present seventeen shareholders representing by person and by proxy over 3,000 shares. The Chatemjln proposed resolutions for increasing tee capital of the company to £19,000, to bo divided into £1 shares, and for so arn-.adiag the articles of association as to orovide tliat every I shareholder cf the company should receive B~e shares of £1 each for every £5 share no?? held by him. The Chairman said it was necessary to increate the nominal ctpital of tbe company in order to meet the requirements of the stand ing orders of the Legislative Council bsaring upon the proposed amalgamation, of that com pany with the Holdfast Bay Railway Com pan...

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