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CARLYLE'S BEQUEST TO EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

CARLYLE'S BEQUEST TO EDIN BURGH UNIVERSITY. Thomas Cabltxb, true to his own nature, has chosen a noble mode of perpetuating His memory in the bursaries which he has be queathed to the University at which he was educated. Simultaneously with the move ment which the English nation, irrespective of party, is commencing for the purpose of erecting a deserved monument to Lord Beaconsfield in Westminster Abbey, it is announced that the great contemporary of tTlfi flAT«A»RArl fltfl.tAflm*lT1- TFlt.Tl fl. 7inble Mll tempt for moDiimeBtal marble, has raised his own memorial, more durable than brass or stone, in the provision he has made to give deserving young students a fair start in that course of letters which his own career has digni fied ard adoraed. The document in which he embodies his wishes was written fourteen years ago, when Carlyle byithe free vote of the students occupied the Lord Rector's chair in the Edinburgh University, and it6 provisions were dictated, as he says ' from the...

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NANTAWARRA. MAY, 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NANTAWARRA. Mat II. The fine rain which has fallen here hai not only caused tbe grass to grow, bat has left the ground in fine trim for the plough and harrow, and all aeem to have enough water for domestic purposes.

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THE LATE EDWARD MIALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE LATE EDWARD MIALL. Amongst those who have recently joined the gnat majority, and who have been pro minent figures in the T^'gi'«fr press and Parliament, the late Mr. Edward Miall claims mere than a passing notice. Bom in tie year 1809 he was trained for the ministry in connection with the Congre gationalists, in which capacity he spent several years of his life. It is, however, as an opponent to State churchism and as a journalist that he became known to the world, and in these capacities he will be remembered. Admiration of his persistent and effective labors in the cause of dises tablishment and religious journalism in duced his friends, in the summer of 1873, to entertain him at a luncheon at the- Crystal Palace and present him with the magnificent .testimonial of ten thousand guineas. As an advocate of the dises tablishment of the Church of England he never tired, but with voice and pen, in Parliament and out, he made this a main object of his life. Often suffering from phys...

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OLADDIE, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

OLADDIE, Apnn, 30. Tee cmet topic ol conversation nsre is tee continuance of dry, warm weather. Oar hopes were raited eomenhat on the 24th iant., and a little rain fell. Bain was never wanted worse than cow. Unless we soon get a change I fear there will be great mortality among stotjk. Several farmers bave lost some of their horses al ready. — Wheaten chaff isiu great demand. Many farmers have had to go 33 tnilei and even more to get it. — Seeding is fast drawing to a dose. Many have finuned, others nearly so, and a goad downpour would now be acceptable. — The roid» in this district are getting cut up badly, and ought to have tome attention. It seems strange we have heard nothing about the load to Oanieton, although the promise was made months ago that the work should be done. We hope Mr. Irvine has not forgotten oar claims. May 7. Since writing my last the drought has com pletely broken ap. Bain commenaed on the 4th, and f ally 1J inches fell daring the night. It ik™ cleared np for...

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PROBLEM No. 612. By Jane Bee. The Kite." (Hartford Times.) BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

P3OBLBK No. 612. By Jane Bee. 'TheKi*e.' (Hertford Times.) BLACK. wflin. White to play and mate in two mora;.

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MILANG, MAY, 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MILANG, Mat 9. A severe hurricane was blowing here lost night accompanied by a slight shower of rain.

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NORTHERN TERRITORY. Port Darwin, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NORTHERN TERRITORY. [cram our own Qarraftnanafint.l Port Darwin, May 11. At the Falmerston Sessions, Wandy Wandy, b. native, was sentenced to 15 years' imprison ment for the murder of Mr. Wiagueld at docker Island. Jemmy Miller, Mandab, and Jacfey received sentences of life, 15, cud 10 jeara respectively, for the murder of 11. E. Holmes at Colletfn Creek. The perjury and robbery with violence cases against Chinamen were Dismissed.

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PORT PIRIE CORPORATION. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

TORT PIRIE CORPORATION. MoxDAY. Aphh. 25. Present^-His Worship the Mayor (Mr. W. Wood), Crs. Goode. Dungey, Ooombe, and Harris, and the town clerk (Mr. E. Goodall). His Worship said that the publio works com mittee bad decided to cease rilling in David aud Korman streets, snd fill in opposite the church ; they also agreed to finish the filling in Normal street as far eb Gertrnde-eteet. At the last nseetinc tenders were received for the delivery of about 500 yards stone, for the breaking of the EEme, and for supplying about 500 cu'jio yards of shell. The council met next morning, and accepted Mr. Balcoinb's tender for eupplj inc ttone at 4s 2d per vard, and Hews. Ojo'x and Eimpsrn's for the breaking. Only one tender nas lectived for the shell, aiid tart being high the council allowed it to staud over for a time. He bad teen requested to bring belcre tLe ccniicil tbe urgent necessity of haviog a tide gaiife sfnxcd at tbe entrouco of the trtek, ss at preterit pilots were at times afrai...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MARINE BOARD. Thursday, Mat 5. Present— Capt. B. H. Ferguson, S M. (presi dent), Capt. J. W. Emith, J.P., Mr. J. Formby, Mr. S. D. Glyde, J.P., and Oapt. A. MotJojr (wardens), sud Mr. T. N. Stephens ( secretary ). Tbe Agent-General advised the shipment of £260 worth of paint-brusheB, cotton waste, and similar articles. Tbe Treasurer approved of the expenditure of £l,5C0 for laying down mooringi at Wal laroo. Capt. Smith asked about the moorings at MaoDcnnell Hay, suggesting that as some of them were of little use there, they should be removed to Wallaroo. The Pbesidbxt said that he believed there were more moorings at MacDonnell Bay than were really required, but Wallarco. It was decided to obtain particular* of the MacDonnell Bay moorings from the hatbormaster. Tbe North Arm Magaune-keeper for (raided the quantities of powder, &a., which had been stored there snd remained over five yean without payment of storage rates. The secre tary mentioned that the Aet oi 1860 relating...

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CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

CIlASIBEK OF -MANUFACTURES. in s-ijou-E- -J meeting of the committee wss tew -m Mud-V, itay a. Pre:ent— ilsesrs. S. Bavciiycrt ( pretsdsut), J. Duncan (vicepresi dent;, 'a idaicson, T. Hardy. G. L.Barnard, J. J. Gitec, T. HacdonsUi, E. Jones, A. W. D^hl-if, arc the 5ecrerary. Tfce SECtETAEV reported that Dr. Schom bnrgk iiBG inforrntd him thai he had raised six teen of tl-e r.g cuttings which hai been received by thi' c'.Mn'er -!jrect from Smyrna, and there [_ -weie fcft«-?n ready for distribution as the M cunn.ber might deeire. It was resolved to hand ^m three outunbs to each of the following geatle ? ' men. v)a. :— Messrs. S. Deffneorf, T. Hardy, G. K Xj. BL-itaid, T. B. Kodbde, and the Hon t-. S. Fowler, with a request that they would give the cLainber & report zespectisg them when they had \icrve iimt, and also th&t they will distri bute cuttings to other gToirers who may desire them. The Secestakt inticated that he understood tLat the Agricultural Society had ap...

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

' Our rooms are sroal],' said she, 'but I live in my husband.' '? Tea,' said her frientf; ' I see jcu live in a flay

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AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA. London, May 9. of Bulgaria and the Parliament are becom ing somewhat strained. The Prince is dis satisfied with the present system of govern ment, and threatens to resign unless the Parliament takes steps to effect certain changes in the same.

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THE S.S. ORIENT. SUES, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE S.S. ORIENT. Suez, May a. The steamship Orient which left Ade laide on April 14 arrived here to-day.

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MINISTERIAL CHANGES AT CAPE TOWN. CAPE TOWN, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MINISTERIAL CHANGES AT CAPE TOWN. Cape Towx. Mav 7. Immediately after accepting the resigna tion of Mr. Gordon Sprigg, the Governor, Sir Hercules Robinson, sent for Mr. Scanlan, to whom he entrusted the forma tion of a tew Ministry. Mr. Scanlan has now succeeded in forming a Cabinet from the leading numbers of tlie late Opposition.

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. Constantinople, May 8. ±ue cominuea advance ot the trench foices into Tunisian territory is causing much alarm to the Turkish Government and the Bey of Tunis. Numerous com munications have recently passed on the bubject, and renewed protests havs been made against the violation of the territory by the French. Pabis, Mav ti. Intelligence received to-day from the general in command of the forces in Tunisian territory states tiiat the column is Etendily continuing to march in the direc tion ot the capital city. The Kromnirs, ujion wham the French me resolved to inflict severe punishment, have not, so far, been again encountered.

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL AT SYDNEY. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIA MAIL AT SYDNEY. {Bauer's Tdearams. i Sydney, May 8. Tfce City of New York from San Francisco, via Auckland, has arrived here. I GENERAL SUMMARY. t an Francisco, April 10. Mr. Powell, Conservative, Wigss, nas been ui.EMitc-d fur bribery. Mifs Lenoii, fiancee of Mr. Herbert Reeves, was licnit at the Opera House at Nice. Mr. Gladstone made a tivo-boura' Badge t speech, end showed that of £1,341,000 increase over the Estimates, only £3J8,t'OO arose from incrtaeed taxation. Violent squalls took place in London on April S ; many pleasure boats were eapskad, aad six teen HvtB !o*t. In the Lawscn v. Laboachero cese Mr. Jaetics ! Coleridge commented st:0Dg!y on Mr. Lstrsaas I asfaulton&r.Labouchereandhissubseqaeat in- | tulting him by stating th&t he hadthrasbed him like a dog, and would do so again. His Honor cculd not help thinking that if Mr. Lawaon re futed to fight a dael he thoald have abstainoi j flora the subsequent gross insult, aad he ques ...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. GLADSTONE May 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

COttNTKY TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondents,] ar.AnsTnNR, h»7. A large p:es of qnsrrz km found to-day, in which a lot of gold waa to be p'^iulj seen. GOOLWA, May 9. Heavy rain fell last night. The farmers are in high spirits. The steamer Jane Eliza is expected with Darling wocL GOOLWA, MsylL The steamer Jane Eliza, with barges Isabel and Wacgaratte, arrived to-day, having over 800 tales of wool. The greater par; of this is for shi pment to Melbourne, via Port Victor. The weather here is now delightful. EAPUNOA, May 9. On Saturday evening the Rev. Jas. Haslam was assaulted by a drunken man as he was coming np from the railway station ; the two scuffled for come time, Mr. Haalam calling for help. When the rcan was taken off it wai foaad that Mr. Haalam bad sustained severs injuries on the face acd chest, the roan having kicked bim. About tbe same time Mr. Stokes, of Messrs. Nicolie & Stokes, was also assaulted. His oppo nent got him dewn and threatened to bite bis nose of...

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MINLATON, MAY, 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MINLATON, Mat 4. ice exceptional dryness ol tne weather at thiB season of the year has somewhat retarded farming operations. Water in some cues bas been carted from a distance, whilst in others, where tanks and reservoirs are not quite empty, it is carefully economised. To-day there were indications that a change was aboat to ocoar, as tbe sky had the leaden hue which generally indicates that a stead; and long csntiued down pour is about to take place. A few showera fell during the afternoon, and it is hoped and ex pected that a heavy fall of raia will very soon put an end to' the inconvenience experienced by our agriculturists.

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MOONTA, MAY, 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

MOONTA, Mat 4. The innrection of No. 1 yorkes PeniosuU Company took place at Moonta to-d»y, when about fifty members from Moonta, Wallaroo, and Maitlaad fell in. Inspection by Major Fergnsson commenced at 4.30 by an examina tion of the arms and accoutrements, after which tbe company vere pat through, manual and firing exercises by the leftgnide, Lieutenant McOlinsghnn, and company drill by tba right guide, LieuteDant Outran. At about 5 rain commenced gently and softly, bat at 6 the com pany found the vexy welcome rain so persistent tbat they retired. Previous to disbuiding the major complimented the company en its drill, &c., and said they should be proud of their captain, as he was fitted to take command ia any cf Her Majesty's regiments. Hs alto gave the sergeants a word of praise for their thorough efficiency. — Tte rain continned till late at night, and came down in a very earnest and heaity manner, bat still we could do with mare.

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TABLE II. POPULATION OF CORPORATION WARDS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Table II. Population of Coepobatiok Waeds. ADELAIDE. Persons. Males. i Females. 'Ward. ? 1S76.J 1881. 1876. 1881.! 1876. 1831. Hindmarsh 6,781 6,905 3,436 3,672' 3.345 3,233 Gawler ... 7,093 7,032 3,531 3,678 3,562 8,351 Grey ... 5,806 7,921 2,712 3,868 3,094 4,053 Young ... 5,700 8,044 2,851 3,855' 3,049 4,189 Robe ... 2.869 3,468 1,262 1,553: 1,607 1,915 McDonnell 8,324 4,523 1,512 2,151 1,812 2,371 Total... 31573 87802 15104 18777 18469 19115

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