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

WATERLOO. Maj 7. — Present— Allbuter.Olley. Mr.Henry , Evsne wrote respeeiing rates oa part -of «eatiun 211; to be considered oa revision -of aiseesmenc , Eitepsyere of Waterloo Ward wrote a* to roids and footpaths in township ;jio fond* at present. 'Tenders accapted: No. 28, Tothlll's Ureek.J. . * McGrath, £2 lSs.'6d. ; No. 29. Light, B; GiUicfr, ' £7 Us. Cd. Receipts, ,£31 183. 4d. ; -payments,!. £5417e.6d.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

TO THK EDITOR. Sir— The idea having prevailed that D.O.D. was not supported iu the totalizator, £ hope you will not object to my saying that personally I have no doubt the lucky investor Mr. Smith ob tained the ticket belore the race. The unfor tunate mistake is due to a defect in the maohine, whereby the numbers indicating the horses ou the card and the number of supporters as regis tered in the one case fall out (as seen on Satur day), and in the other do not work with perfect freedom. I write this in iuetice to Mr. Barnard, the worthy secretary of tbe S.A.J.C., as the remaiks made by myself and others that there was 'Lcthicg on it,' applied bo far as I am concerned to the absence cf the number repre senting D.O.D., as called attention to by Mr. Barnard in his explanation, which led me to Bojipose that the horse had no backers. It is a pity that the machine failed at a critical time, but I feel quite certain that all respectable sportsmen on the spot acquitted Mr. Barnard and liis...

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Coursing. THE BATHURST COURSING MEETING. Sydney, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

fcramg. TUB BATHUItST OOUBSING MEETING. U»y Telegrapaj I irom oar own uorresponaeat.j Sydney, afav 6. In the early part of the morning the weather cleared, and a lovely day was enjoyed. HarJS were scarce. The chief interest of course centred in the deoision of the Bathurst Cup, for which week was commenced very badly. Mr. J. Weir's Hopbine was pat out in a most unsatis factory manner, and it was generally thought that as the -slip was such an indifferent one the courEe should have been declared undecided. Terror beat Hopbitters rather easily, and sue was sounder than Lelex when they were coupled for the deciding trial, but the dog waa if anything the tavorite. A strong hare was founa ; the pair fought the spin quite upon their merits, and tbt-re is ce doubt that the b«st grey hound won. Terror is owued by Mr. K. L. Tooth, and is by Don't Despair out of Diaaa. She is a beautiful animel of red and white color. The finds for tbe Derby did not create much excitement, as both Windsor and...

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FRIDAY, MAY 6. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and Hiram Mildred J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

'.Pbihat. .May (I. . [Before 'Mesare. ? 8. Beddome, P.M., «m'd ' Hiram ?Mildred, J.P.] Arthur McOatfery, a boy, Was charged 'with f 6rg?Bg an endorsement and uttering «n order ^Iorf9l0«.*n the National Bank. Theprkoner presented a cheque -signed B. F. kludge at toe National Bank on May 4. The- signature was a correct one, and was that of a customer of the bank atYarcowie. The teller asked him who 'he presented it from, and he said that he was J«tnt to caih it by the firm of G«od, Toms, and 'Co., in whose employ fie was. He Was then' told itTteuld rsqutre to be endorsed by the firm i and' he went away, soon returning, however,, with the cheque endorsed ' Good, Toms, & Co.' Mr. I Good was sent for, and he proved that prisoner -was sot in the firm's employ, ndr' was ' be sent by them. -When-arrested'by Detective ? Webster be said, 'I^riotea the aheqae up oot- ' ?ei(3e the Post-Office, iandrl boind sAt ^et it oathed tQl -I wrote' Ooed^fcTemV name on it.' 1'risor.tr, who said ooi...

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

OAIvTOWIB. : May A —Present — Ors. Enssell (chair), Dixon, . and Fergnsson. Or. fiiekmaun . tendered iris resignation ias chairman and .councillor for Central Ward ; council deeply regret having to scceptsame,«s their confidence in Mr. Siekmann is etill osfihakeB, and funher express their sin cere sympathy towards tiim in his nafortonate position. Or. Sutsell was duly elected ohairmaa for remainder of year. Olerk to write to North Midlsnd Boad Board calling thbirattention to tho necesEity of havirg outlet for water made in Srowne-Etreet. Olerk instructed to write for xermuaion to construct footpath across Browaa ttifet, sesr post-office.

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SATURDAY, MAY 7. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

SAttrfenl*. Hi* Ti ?'?' rBif drfi1 Mr.' Hl'iSfladfirne.' PIH.T : -Lul.e Lanleni* hb$ , ^vas'^hafgea ' iwith' ' feTiDg fouidyoc (he firemicesief Jbmi Pearoa WiUiamU {ft t-n -uu.'av, !ulpuipi*e; viz., to steal iaraeii. Sent to the Industrial School till he is 16 vears of age. ?Alfred Hushes was charged with attempting to commit suicide, and was ordered to find a surety of £10 to keep the peace for three months. Edward Baily, William Foster, and Thomas Smith were fined 10s. each for drunkenness.

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

OAMPBBIiTOWN. M»y.9.— Fresent — The chairman, and Gr». Uation-afidKuaeell. .Mr. Ja«. Soott asked per miceion to fence across a road at Peokham ad joining the.Gljnde-roid ; enquiry to bs institu ted. TeBder accepted from Jam 3s Oallaherf or roiling the roads at 27s. per day. Payments, iS911e.aO3.

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MONDAY. May 9. [Before Mr.S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. G. Styles, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MONDAY: Mat 9. ?Before Mr. S. Beddomo, P.M., and Mr. G. _?? _ . Styles, J.PJ. . ... James JSaiTulen, agent, was cnargea on tne m fotmation of John Francis Roberts,' landlord df the Prince Alfred Hotel, with obtaining £5 5s. from him on Maroh 26 by means of a val lelesi cheque on the English and Scottish Bank, signed by John Harper. The prisoner cashed tha oheque at the Prince Alfred Hotel, aud on being presented at tbe bank it was ascertained that the signature was a forged one. Prisoner was brought over from New South Wales, aud when aTrested bj Detective Rogers he said ?' I hope I will be humanely dealt with, and have a proper chance of making my defence.' Committed for tiial. bail refuted. Philip McBride, laborer, was charged on the information of Frederick Parker with stealing a pair of trousers, value 15s., and a vest, value 10s., at Adelaide, on May 7 . Thearticles were hang ing cutside Parker's shop in Hindley-street, and -were missed on Saturday last. A constable met McBride...

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

BCHUNGA. April 25.— Present— AJL Messrs. Goaigrave sad CrlHson«ssed conncil toascsptroad tfl) feet ??sice, from main South-Eastera-road through block part section 51, Sterling West, mestingat tbe top of the hill. Avenne-road, Orafers Park Survey, end leading direct to -Craters' Summit railway stetion. Offer aecepted, as rcid-wilL be of great -aevsntese in ths accommodation of traffic to Crafers Summit railway station. £ec£iptv£42 ; payment?, £62 17s. 9i.

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MAGISTRATES' COURT—LAURA. TUESDAY, MAY 10. [Before Mr. A. B. Gliddon, J.P.,and Mr. T. B. Marshall, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

! ? ?» ? MAGISTRATES' COURT-LAURA. ; Tuesday, May 10. [Before Mr^ A.. B. Gliddon, J.P.,«nd Mr.-T. B. ? Marshall, J.P.1 William Hewry Btt-btck was- charged 'with stealing a horse, value £12, the property ef Albert John Admore, at haura, on May 7. - ' He. ? Eaufmannforthe prosecution.aud Mr.Ooppiuger ? for ihe prisoner. Albert John Admore, i»£ Moonta, jerated water -manufaotorer, said be -kneW Messrs. Lawton & Cheek. The -Bignttare to the bill of Wileptoinced- is theirs. Saw 'the horse referred to in bill of sale oo Saturday 'morning, 6th met. Seized it under the bill 01 'Sale 1 and took it to Mr. -Taylor's North Lafnre Hotel. Put it in bis yard aud fed it doritg the day. The last time of feeding it was half-past 6 p.m. Did cot nee. the horse until next morning between 10 and 11 o'clock, ?when it was- in. Brehttell's possession. Qe was 'going towards Gladstone. Asked him to give *atkithe horse, as it was witness's. He refuser), 1 and swore at witness. Tried to catch' tbe hone,...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MAY 5. [Before MR. S. Beddome, P.M., and His Worship the Mayor. Mr. E.T. Smith J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

POLICE OOUKT— ADELAIDB. Thcbsday, Mat 5. [Before Mr.S.Beddome, P.M., and His Worship tbe Mayor. Mr. E.T: Smith. J.P/1 William Harwich, laborer, was charged on'the information of Henry Edward Dietman with stealing three shirtSj-valae 7s.- 6d.t from tsbe shop of.Kmnnnel Harris, at Adelaide, on May 3. DietmsD, who is an -asiistant . in Hairii'tsbop, saw Barwick take the goods, wiioh were hang isg outside the shop, arid. following Sim up, held him until a constable came up. Wben cautioned lie «aid*'I never took the rinrfcs.' Prisoner, who elected to bedeait with euromarily, ?was eentenced to six calendar monthn' imprison ment withhardlabor.

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LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, MAY 6. FULL AND LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. R.J. Turner, S.M. E.H. Derrington, J.P., and Captain J. Bickers, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

LOCAL COURT— PORT ADELAIDE. Fbidat, May 6. ' fuix and limited jurisdiction. [Before Messrs. JEC. J. Turner, S.M., B. H. Der rington, J.F., and Captain J.' Bickers, J.P.j M.1 liABHETT V. THE 1'OET ADELAIDE OOEPO BftTiON.— £150 damages, for injuries received 'through falling down a hole in a footpath. ' Mr. ?G.'C. KiDgston, M.P., with Mr. J. H. Sinclair, for.pltinf.if ; and Mr. Dempster for defendants. ' Itej-leiut set forth that plaintiff claimed for ' daicsges 'occasioned to him by defendants' : action and . negligence, whereby a hole was canted in a footpath situated in St. Vincent street, through which tbe plaintiff fell and injured himself. Plaintiff particularly cam plained that - defendant omitted ? to repair the road in question.' Defendants pleaded that there hes no bole in the footpath, 4-y the negligence and improper conduct of the plaintiff. In opening Mb case Mr. Kingston1 'stated that the footpath iuqnestion-waj situated opposite the'Station. Thete was a large-hoard- . i...

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SOUTH PARK v. NORWOOD. (Second Twenties). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

EorTii Paek v. IvObwood. (Second Twenties). Tbe fint contest between these teams took place on the East Park Lands, on Saturday, May 7, and resulted in a tie, greatly in favor of the Parks, who scored one goal aud nine behinds to one goal and four bebinds. The captain of the blues won the toss and eleoted to kick with the wind. Up to half-time no goals were kicked, although the Parks obtained seven behinds and missed several chanceB of scoring; K. Ewer made a splendid attempt for a goal, the ball ju*t onKd tha nnst. Durine theiecosd half the Parks rallied up, and after some fiue play, W. Baker got a mark nearly in front of the Norwoods' citadel, and scored an easy goal. The blue and reds then warmed up, and brought the ball well in the Parks' quarters, and just half a minute before time was called Bumet secured a mark, and placed the ball through the Parks' posts, making the g&me even. The central umpire evidently did not understand the rules, and was anything but a success....

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NORTH PARK v. KENT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Noeth Park t. Kent Tows. A contest between these clubs took place last Saturday on the ground of the former, who kickf d oil against a streng wind at about half past 2. After some play the Parks forced the ball down and scored a behind, butitnmadiaiely after had to act on tbe defensive, and in epite of all exertions the Kent Towns scored a goal from a kick by Lilly. The leather was ence more put in motion, and the Parks got another behind, and shortly afterwards D. Bvan almost Eoored a goal, as the ball hit the post; how ever, about five minutes afterwards Kvan was more successful, and placed a goal to the credit of the Parks by a flee kick. The Kents then made a struggle, and by the aid of Fisher and Hill carried the ball down to the other end. It was not destined to stay very long, however, and was returned, D. J. Kekwick^Bcored a goal.for tho Parks. Half time was called, and after fifteen minutes rest the Norths added two behinds in succession, and followed soon after by two goal...

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SOUTH ADELAIDE v. VICTORIAN (Second Twenties). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Eotjth Adelaide v. Victoeiah (Sacoud Twenties). A match was played on Saturday afternoon, May 7, on the Victorians' ground, between the South Adelaide and Viotorian second twenties, end resulted in a decided win for the Souths by two goals and seven behinds to four behiads. Those who played well for the Souths were Conche, Fsrr, Chandler, and McFee, and the successful go&L-kickers were Watling and White. Fcr the Victorians Fiveash, Bashby, and Bissett plaj ed a good game.

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Football. SOUTH ADELAIDE V. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

JwifelL SOTiTH ADEI-AIDK 'T. VlCTOBlA.55. These clubs met tor tne nrsi time tms season on the Oval on Satordayafterncon, Mv 7. Tiie attendance was very limited, being chiefly con fined to the partisans of the contending olubs, but tbe weather, although the ground was slightly soft, was all that could be desired by footballers, the sun's warm rays being tempered by a breeze from the north. Shortly after 3 o'clock ihe coin was spuD, and Maloney, the captain of the South Adeleides, winning, chose the south posts, being favored by a fair wind. The first ha-f of the game was very much in favor of South Adelaide, they having several behinds to their opponents' nil. It resulted, however, in a dr*t7, the Vies having obtained night behinds to tbeir opponents five. The play was rather slow during the fust half, but in the second part tie plsyers « armed to their work and tbe game became very fast. In point of physique tbe teams were about on even terms, but the Vies played better together tha...

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THE BALLARAT COURSING MEETING. Melbourne, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE BALLARAT GOUK?ING MSB CIS j. [By Tel'graph.J ('From fur own Correspondent.! Melbourne, May 7. The Derky, for dog p-ippies.— Third round — Vigerine beat Master Harry ; Chancellor beat Garcnne ; Milton beat Progress ; SirKraucis a bye Fourth round— Ghsncdlor beat V igerine ; Sir Francis beat Milton. The Oaks, for bitch puppies.— Third round ? Quies beat Frugal ; Enchantress boat Sister Mary ; Kapidite beat Coaaolile (dr.) ; Tai beat Kaffir's Sister; Fourth round— Qaies beat Enchantress ; Kapidite beat Tui. Final round —Qaies best Rayidite aud won. Laboka. Plate. — Qnies won. ?

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MIDDLESEX V. SOUTH SUBURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Middlesex v. Sooth SuBnBBAu. A match was played on Saturday, May 7, be tween these clubs on the ground of the former. The ball was kicked off by theSuburbansagainet a strong wind, and was immediately carried down to the Scuth's goal, where Cos niisssd au easy chance for goal. Shortly afterwards Curtis had s IcDg shot but failed to put it through. Alter this the Souths (who were playing little marks well) sent the bill intotheMid's quarters and secured two behinds, the ball going over the Fofit once. W. Hall soon afterwards got a mark for the Gild's and just missed the post. After half time the Middlesex played better together, and kept their opponents' goal con stantly in danger. B. Cos distinguishing himself by some good runs. After a few more behinds had been scored Curtis secured a mark and put the ball through. The game thus resulted in a victory for the Middlesex by one goal and ten behinde to four behinds. The Middlesex did not play ae well as usual owing to the loss of severa...

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NORWOOD V. SOUTH PARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Norwood v. South Park. This match took place on the ground of the South Paik in the presence of some five or six hundred spectators. Petiinger, the captain of the Parks, won the tosB from Osborn and elected to kick towards the eastern goal, the wind blowing nearly across the ground. When half time was called,the game stood —Nor wood, 2 goals 3 bebinds ; South Park, 3 behinds. The gan-e resulted in a win for Norwood by two gcals and eight behinds to five behind*. Fur Norwood McKamara played best, and then came Trsjncr, Pollock, Coocan, and Thurgarland. Fo. the South Parks Pettinger played a superb game, end without doubt the best of the 40, and following way in the rear were Green, A. Dick, and Godfrey. Mr. T. A. Caterer acted as field umpire, and gave universal satisfaction.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. [Before Mr.R.J. Turner, S.M] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Wedkesdat.Mas- 11. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] DaMok v. west. — £ia as. mt. e-cock Tor tbe plaintiff, and Mr. Davis for the defendant. This was an action brought by the. plaintiff against Frederick West, of Glenelg, for the price of two cows and keep, and other expenses. The plaintiff alleged that he bought; two 'springing' cows from the defendant for tha sum of £12, on condition that if the cows -did not calve within a certain time the defendant was to substitute two other cows or refund the money. The cows did not calve, but the de fendant did not refund the money or substitute two freBh cows. The defendaat denied the conditions of the plaintiff's purohB.se, and dis puted the amount paid by the plaintiff for the 1 keep of the cows. He had offered tho plaintiff ' £7 of the purchase-money if ? he , would return the two dry oowe, but this offer the plaintiff re fused. The case occupied considerable time, \ and the court eventually f auud a Verdict for the : plaintiff lor £10 and ...

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