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THE BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL. Broken Hill, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THS BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL. Broken Hill, April 5. The hospital committee to-day interviewed oneofitbe directors visiting here, and asked for assistance, with the result that the hospital fuEd was augmented by at least £600. The Proprietary Company gave £500,

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THE TEROWIE REGATTA. Terowie, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE TEROWIE REGATTA. Terowie. Anril 6. Active preparations are beipg made for -the ' forthcoming regatta at, Terowie. . The sailing . course of five miles is being marked by buoys. DurijBg the past week nearly 3 inches of water were added to the larpe sheet left by the January floods by the rains; It is expected that over 20 boat* will take pait in the pro gramme. ?

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THE RECENT FIRE ON KANGAROO ISLAND. Kingscote, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

TBE RECENT FIRE ON KANGAROO ISLAND. Kingscote, April 9. An inquest was held yesterday at Queens cliffe on the fire which occurred on March 14 near Duck Lagoon, before Mr.: J. W, Daw as coroner and a jury of seven, Mr, H. Withall being foreman. A quantity of waste timber, the property of the Kingscote District Council, and valued at about £14301 was burnt to ashes. The jury examined the place, which ib about . eight miles distant. An inquest was held, and the following verdict was returned: — 'There is not sufficient evi dence to prove that any person or persona set fire to the timber, which, according to the evidence, took fire on March 14. The cause of the fire is unknown.' ?

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BROKEN HILL NEWS. Broken Hill, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

BROKEN HILL NEWS, Broken Hill, April 8. Messrs; isoan Bros, drapery establishment was broken into on Saturday night, and the till -eras smashed open, but it only contained £2. Appearances show that the thrives actually knelt on a parcel containing £260 in notes snd cheques, but had not removed it. A tender has been accepted for the construc tion of a surface reeervoix at Mount Darling in connection with the Stephens Creek water scheme. Tendere are also being obtained- for the construction of a dam for atora/e and a reservoir in Stephen's Creekt

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Intercolonial. THE COMPOSITORS' STRIKE BRISBANE. STRIKE OF NEWSBOYS. Brisbane, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Ixdzxcoknml THE COMPOSITORS' STRIKE AT BRISBANE. STRIKE OF NEWSBOYS. Brisbane, April 5. The printers strike continues. A pro cession of 180 compositors was held ia Qneen-Btreet to-day. Messrs. Mills and Harley, two delegates from the master printers, left for Sydney last night to endeavor to engage compositors, and Mr. Crawford,, representing the Typographical Association, left by the Bareoo this after coon for Sydney to place the facts of the caBe before the printers oi the southern colonies. The Typographical Society has explained that the reason why the men proprietors of that paper had arranged with the Telegraph proprietors to hand them printed matter for today's Telegraph if eet np by their association men last night, and to prevent this being done the asso ciation men declined to set up for this morning's Couriers Both sides aTe sanguine of success. To-day's Telegraph consisted of the usual eight pages, although it was apparent that the paper was padded out, a quantity of mat...

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A MIKING CASE AT TEROWIE. Terowie, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

A MUSING CASE AT TEROWIE. Terowie, April 10, Mr. Jacob, a vineyard farmer, of Wooroo roo, appeared before the Full Court yesterday to answer a summons for the result of the crash ing made of stone from Hampei's claim, at Worms. Evidence was adduced at length to the effect that Jacob, having claims in the locality, thought that by getting the result of the crashing from Hampal's he would benefit both: owners, as he re presented a small company. No written agreement- was entered into, and Jacob denied having made the arrangement, and -stated that Hampel waB to give him the whole pcocssds of Ihe gold. Other witnesses who were present contradicted him. A verdict was entered sgainet him for £S0. Mr. Basedow appeared for Mr. Jacob and Mr. Pendiebury for the plaintiff.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

. ? Auctions ? '' eOUTH AUSTB&tlAK CHBONIOLB. to eider M encore prop^CtaaMcatton it is aeecc mgv ff«* ADVERTISEMENTS for the South Ava - M&M Cftranide ahonld teach this Office HOI , USSR than HTODAY SHURSQ AY. ! ~~ SBtbetcHaBerUoPBriKmld be riven In »H caeca. - BAPDNDA M4RBEI. ! TCESDAY, April 16, at 2 o'clock. TYEMPSEY, WILKINSON, and A/l SANDL&SD, LIMITED, will eell as above— 8,«0OFAT and STORE SHEEP 30 Flat and Store Cattle Korea. &c., &o. ? slO3 POSTPONEMEKT OF SALE (Owing to the Easter Holidays ) OEROBOO MONTHLY JliBKEX. On FRIDAY, A&H 26, at 2 p.m. AT-*AECH-S YARDS. TYEMPSEY, WILKINSON, and JLF SAHDLAND, LIMITED, will eell by auction, Bssbove— FAT AND STORE SHEEP 12 Head cood Store Cattle 14 Bead Cattle, some beef and some milkers . . 8 Bead Young tattle, 2 and 3 years Horses, Implements Sundries. ? Terms aa usual. ? x!03 JAMESIOWS MONTHLY JIARHEr. On WEDKESDAY, May 1, at 1.S0 p.m. tvempsey, Wilkinson, and JLr SANDLASD, LIUIIED, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. Sydney, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIA MENT. Sydney, April 3. The Legislative Assembly after a recess for the re-election of Ministers met this afternoon, both eldcs mustering in strong and pretty equal force. After the swear ing In of Ministers the House settled down at once to work. Mr. Mlram. Melville was, on the motion of Mr. Hayes, unanimously elected Chairman of Com mittees. Mr. Gormley moved his resolu tion with reepect to holders of conditional leases under Bub-section 52 of the present Act, on behalf of whom he asked for an extension of lease and a preferment right to purchase a part of such lease or the whole where the lease does not exceed the maximum area. The motion, after considerable debate- during which the Minister of Lands intimated that the question would be dealt with in his Amending Bill, was carried on voices. Mr. J. P. Abbott rose to move a resolution to the effect that the Government should without delay bring in a Bill to remove the duties now im - posed on bacon, butter, c...

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SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 32. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 32. 14—17 29...22 7-11 31...24 22...13 6— 1 16...14 28—19 15—10 13... 6 1— 2S Black winB, Solutions Received. — Problem 32— T. J. Kelly, Norwood ; R, and J, Law Bros., T. Kennedy, Adelaide.

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PROBLEM No. 35 By Edgar Ralph, Mitcham. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

PROBLEM No. 35. By Edgar Ralph, Mitcham, BLACK. WHITE, White to play and win. The above is an end game won by Eijar Ralph (aged 13) from his father, and altho lgh not very difficult of solution, yet for so yo lag a player is meritorious.

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

D1IAUGHTS. [4ttentton Is parttculariy directed to the following rules : — £,n correspondence In tbia department to be marked 'Draughts.' Correspondents in sendng games for publication to write_on one Bide of the paper enly, to UBe tbe ordinary'draughta notation, tnd to give the moves of Black and White oonsecu. tively as In the games below, where Blank's moves are indicated by a dash and White's by dots between the numbers. Solutions to accompany all problems.)

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Amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Qmmtmnt& THEATRE ROYAL. At the Theatre Royal on Friday week Paul Merritt'e pretty comedy drama 'Stolen Kisses' wbb revived, with Mr. Wybert Reeve in his old character of Tom Spirit, the ex-pantomimiet. This play has often been presented in Ade laide, and it will be remembered that it deals with the love of two brothers for the same woman who has married Tom while loving bis elder and more fortunate brother Walter. In after years Tom enters bis brother's service aB boatman, and is treated with haughty disdain by the wealthy Walter, until Tom is able to do him a good turn, and eventually regain his wrote when dying, in which she acknow ledges her love for Walter. Mr. Reeve was as usual moet effective in the rdie of the boatman, and the emotional pis esges of the play touched the sympathies of the audience, the applause being frequent through out. The piece was well mounted, and the principal was ably supported by the other members of the company, the cast being:— Walter Spirit...

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Chess and Draughts. CHESS. THE CENTENNIAL CONGRESS TOURNEY. PROBLEM No 1,305. Motto—"Centennial." BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

(Shzmwfo grarujhta CHESS. THE CENTENNIAL CONGRESS TOURNEY. PROBLEM No 1,308. Motto— 'Centennial.' \ BUCK WHITE, White to play and mate in thbee mo vet.

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Aquatics. S.A. ROWING ASSOCIATION REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

JMp&tk0. S.A. BOWING ASSOCIATION REGATTA. Regatta committee, Messrs. F. Haloomb (chairman S.A. Bowing Association and cap tain Adelaide University Boat Club), Jofin Milne (captain Adelaide Rowing Club), A. L. Anderton (captain Banks' Rowing Club); A, W. Richardson (oaptain Commercial Rowing Club), E, J. Lamb (captain Elder Rowing Club), A. Slight (captain Norwood Boating Club), R. Cruikshank (captain Port Adelaide Rowing Club), E. B. Over bury (captain Mer cantile Bowing Club), F. H. Pools (hon. sec), and A. Moss (hon. treasurer S.A. Rawing Association). Starter (at the weir), Mr. W. R, Barker. Umpires — Morphett street, Mr, C. Keliet (N.BjO.): Oity. bridge, Me. &. W. HaU(A.U.B.G.). Judge (at tbjs Exhibition Btage), Mr, Jas. Fowler. Time signal com mittee, Messrs, E. W. Oldbam (A. I7.B.C.), C. Coates (N.B.C.), W. G. Roberts (ARC), and J. May eg (O.K. C). The Autumn regatta in connection with the S.A. Rowing Association- was held on the Torrens Lake on Saturday aftern...

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PORT PIRIE CHESS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

PORT PERIE CHESS TOURNAMENT. Deciding game for the first prize, played on April 4 :— WHITE. BL4CK. Mr. K. W. Duncan. Mr. M. L. Warren, Bemove Black's K B Pawn. 1. PtoK 4 L PtoQ3 2.PtoQ4 2.KttoQB3 3. KttoKB3 S.KttoKB3 4.KttoQB3 4.Pt6K3 5. B to K Kt 5 5. B to K 2 6.BtoQKt5 6.BtoQ2 7. P to Q R 4 . 7. Oartles 8. Castles 8. P to Q R 3 9. BtakeBKt ' 9. B takes B 10. KRtoKsq 10. PtpQKt3 ll.PtoQ5 ll.Ptak«sB 12. Kt takes P 12. QtoQ2 13. PtoQB4 13.QRtoKBq 14. KtoQKt3 14. K to R so 16. Q to Q B 2 15. B to Q sq 16\PtoQKt3 16\PtoQE4 17. QBtoQeq 17. QtoKKt5 18.PtoK5 18. Kt takes Kt 19. P takes Kt 19. B to Kt 2 2O.PtoKR3 20. QtoKR4 21. B takes B 21. K takes B 22. Q takes QBP 22. B to B sq 23. P to K 6 23. K R to K bq 24. P to K 7 24. R to Q 2 26. Q to B 6 25. Q to K 2. 20. xs, so y d sq 2D,ua cases r 27. R takes R 27. R takes R 28. Q takes B 28. P to K S3 29. QtoB6 29. RtoQKtsq SO. E to K sq SO. Q to B sq 31. RtoK6 31. RtoQBsq 52. Q takes QP 32.QtoKB4 33. Q to K 6 33. Q checks 34i Kto R2 34. Q tak...

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STEINITZ V. TCHIGORIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

STEINITZ V. TCHIGORIN. Another game in this great match. WHITE. BL&OK. Tchigorin. 8teiBiU. Evans's Gambit. LPtoK4 LFtoK4 2.KKttoB3 2. QKttoBS 3. BtoB4 3. BtoB4 4. P to Q Kt 4 4. B takes Kt P 6. PtoB3 6. BtoR4 6. Castles 6. tj to B 3 7. PtoQ4 7. KKttoK2 8.KttoKt5 8. KttoQsq 9. PtoKB4 9. P tabes OP laP takes P 10.BtoKt3 U. B to K 3 1UP to Q 4 12. B takes P 12. Kt takes B: . 13. P Ukee Kt 1% {better ? ?.. -. . ? - UQKttoB3 14. RtoKsq 16.KKttoK4 15-8*85tn8- 16. BtoB2 16.PJOQB3 17. RtoKeq 17. B toQ2 18. Kt to B6 18. Rtakea R ch 19. QtakesR 19. QtoQ3 20. Q to K 3 20. P takes P 21. Kt takes B 21. Q takes Kt 22. Kt takes P 22. Kt to Q B 3 23. Kt takes B 23. P takes Kt S4,RtoK8q 24. PtoR3 25. P to Q 5 25. Kt to Kt 5 26. R to Qeq (!) 26. Kttakes Q P 27. QtoK£- 27. RtakeBP(V) 28. R takes Kt 28. RtoRSch 29. Q takes R 29. Q takes R 30. B takes P 30. Q to K 5 3LPtoKt3 3UPtoR4 32. QtoQ4 32. QtoB6 33. Q to K 3 33. Q to Q 8 cb 34 Kto Kt 2 34. QtoB7ch 35. Q to B 2 SB. Q to B 3 cb 36. KtoKt ?6...

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PROBLEM No. 1,307. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

PROBLEM No. 1,307. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and.mate in thbee moves,

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CHESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

CHESS NOTES. The tournament in connection with the Por Pine Chess Club has just been concluded, Messrs. M. L. Warren (1st cI&bb) and K. W. Doncan (2nd class) tied for first place with two losees each, and in playing off the latter won; .Messrs. W. H. Ede (1st class) and W. S. Tar gett (2nd class) tied for third place. A match has bepn arranged for Easter Monday with the Mocnu club, six players aside.

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THE SIR JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP. [By Telegraph.] Sydney, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE SIR, JOSEPH BANKS HANJJIQAP. fBy T3-6?r&pti,l Sydnsy. April 7. The tunning toE tha final: in the Sir Joseph Banks Handicap on Saturday waa witnessed by a very large crowd, and resulted as follows : — E. S. Skinaoc (United Stato), 24£ yards, 325 bovs ? 1 J. Harrison (Sydney), 27^ yards, 100 8OV8 ? ' ? 2 Jos Price (Sydrey), 20 yards, CO eovs. 3 F. Kkigsmtll (Qasenalaad), 30 eors. 4 Time, 12 1 5th bsc.

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SPORTS AT GEORGETOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SPORTS AT GEORGETOWN. The Georgetown annual sports and horse racing were held on March 19, and proved a most ucqualified success. The day was ex tremely cool and pleasant, and this added materially to make the sports what it was. The day was wound up by a concert and lecture in the evening, followed by a well patronised ball in the institute. The following are the results of the sports :— ATHLETIC SPOBTS. Maidens.— T. A. Maloney, 1 ; R, L, Dennis, 2. Handicap (boys under 16).— W. Robinson, 1 ; J. Owens, 2. St. Patrick's Handicap, 100, 200, and 300 yards.— E, Taylor, 1; WtiO. Milton, 2; John Myatt, 3. Boys under ID.— T. Kelly, 1 ; F. Lewist 2. Handicap Running High Jump. — W. Boweu (scratch)* 1, 6 feet ; John Wyatt (3 inches), 2. Hurdle Race.— W. C.Mdton,l;P. Rankin, 2, ? - .. .. ?* Quoit Match* — John Glengarry, lj- J. Brcgan, 2. Half mile Race.— T. Brogan, 1; P. Axford, 2, Putting the Shot.— C, Jarraan, 1, HOH&H EA.CTK0. Mftidecc oce-tnile, — &£. |(a Kiggtns'a Moune...

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