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THE RUSSIAN MINISTRY. ST. PETERSBURG, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE RUSSIAN MISI3TRY. Sr. Petersburg, May 13. The names of the Ministers who have resigned their offices are — General Melikoff, i Minister of the Interior.; A. d'Abizi, President of the Financial Department; N. de Gists, Secretary of State for the Foreign Department ; and Baron de Nicolai, Secretary of State for the Legislative De partment.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

COMMERCIAL. London, May 13. The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,070,000 quarters. At the wool sales to-day 7,700 bales ?were catalogued. Th'e market was quieter and prices were steady. Coarse cross faeds were Id. below the prices of the last ceries of sales; lambs and Australian grtasy were Id. higher. The committee Jiave fixed July 8 as the date on which the tales will be closed.

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CHESS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

CHESS IN ADEuilDB. Game played during the l&te to'iraiaieat : — WETTE. aiiCK. Holland Game. Mr. Steele. Mr. Govett. 1. P to K B 4 1. V to K i (a) 2. P takes P 2. KttjQB3 3. Kt to K B 3 3. P to Q 3 (b) 4. P to K 4 4. P takes P. 5. B to B 4 5. B to K Kt 5 6. P to Q B 3 6. B to Q B 4 . 7. P to Q 3 7. Kt to JJ 3 Z.8. B to K Kt 5 8. Castles 9. Q Kt to Q 2 9. Q Kt to B 4 (c) 10. P to Kt 4 10. Kt cases B 11. Kt takes Kt 11. B tikes Kfc 12. Q takes B 12. P ro Kt 4 {d) 13. KttoK3(e) 13. Q takes P 14. lit to Q 5 (/) 14 Q mtes K P cb. 15. Q takeB Q 15. Kt takes Q 16. V takeB B 16. Kt takes B 17. Kt takes P 17. Q B to B eq 18. Kt takes P 18. h, takes P 19. Kt takes P 19. K, to K so. 20. Q B, to Kt sq 20. P to B 3 21. Kt to Kt 5 21. Kt to K 5 22. E to Kt 2 22. K to K 4 (?) 23 PtoB4 23. KtsBesBP 24.KteK2 24. lit»B4 25. KtoK.3 25. it 00 K 4 takes Kt 26 K takes K 26. ii takes fi 27. K takts Kt 27. h to Kt 7 28 K to Q B. sq 28. it takes KtP 29. Ptoy»4 29. KtoQKt7(A) SO P to E 5 30. H to Kt g...

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AUCTION SALE. LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

AUCTION SAKE. LAND. Messrs. Matters & Go. report the sale by auo tion on Saturday, May 14, of ground at Prospect, subdivision of part biock 28. There was a good attendance, and the prices obtained were as fol lows:— Lot 2, 52s per foot; lot 1, 50s; lot 5, 26s; lot 3, 24s 6d; lot 4, 23s; lot 6, 22s 6d ; lots 7 and 8, 20e 6d ; lot 9, 20s ; lot 13, 18s; lot 20, 17b 6d ; total realised by sale, £770 2s 2d. Mr. James H. Farr reports having said for Mr. John Clezy on Tuesday, Uay 17, in the Old Exchange, Adelaide, the following allotments in the township of West Nairae. being portions of sections Koe. 5293, 4i31, and 4433, Hundred of Kasmantoo. No. 112, 8s per foot ; Nos. 113, U4, 115, and 116, 7e; 117, 10s; 183.17s; 118. lls ; 119 and 120, 83 ; 143 and 144, 5s 6d ; 145, lls ; 17 1 and 172, 9s ; 173, 18s ; 163, 10s 6a ; 165, 9s (id ; 146, 147, and 148, 6s; 111, Ss ; 107, 108, 169, 110, with all buildings, for £230; and al lotments 14 and 15, with the store thereon, in the township...

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CHESS PLAY EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

CHESS PLA.X EFFECTS. The effect produced by chess play upon the moral and physical idioByncracies of different individuals presents a curious &n&: not unamueing study to the observer. Some — but these are rare — w/Iten so engaged, preserve throughout a calm, impenetrable exterior; and, whatever their inward sen patirms mat be. exhibit outwardly, at least. neither exultation in victory nor dejection or irritation when suffering defeat. Others, again, accoidisg to their temperaments, dis play excitement in various ways. Tha brow corrugates into a .fixed frown, or woris lapidly up and down; the face and ears redden, the breath is drawn heavily, the hair is grasped and pulled, the fingera twitch about, the arms move: restlessly, and the body sways to and fro, or changes un eaeily from ene position to another; and in eome nervious people the action of the heart is often violently accelerated, and severe headache produced.- As the game proceeds, elevation or depression of ...

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VICTORIAN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

VICTOBIAN PfiODUCB MARKETS. Meenre. B. Goldsbrough aud Co.'a moathly circular, dated MayS, is as follows:— Wool. — The auction sales ere now held very irregularly, owing to the limited quantity coming forward. Sitce our last summary ocly about 1,350 hales have been oilered, consisting chiefly of town and conutry scoured and oddments ot clips, the bulk of which hare been sold at about late quotations, there being no material alteration in value. Tne competition for all descriptions is. very active, ttiee, and any parcels offering meet with ready sale. Our mail advices fully confirm title various cablegrams received during the currency of the firstceriesof-wooltaltsheldinLondoa,andwefind the mvst noticeable feature in the fast that owing to the small demand fcr high-class goads our bestAuntrblianmerinoflcckatliroughoutthesaleB reraaitied at a relatively low level, whilst cross breds,potably the finer sorts, sold well. Although the price catalogues chow a low range of value, vre still ...

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Chess. PROBLEM No. 613. By Robert Sahlberg. (Turf, Field, and Farm.) BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

$\m* PROBLEM No. 613. By Bcbert Sabiberg. {Turf, i'idd, and Farm.) BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in TWO move?.

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NEW SOUTH WALES PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

NEW SOUTH WALKS PKODITOE M*WffKTB. Mr. John Bridge's ciroular, dated Hay 6, is ta follows:— Fat Cattle. — Market steady at 12s 6d to 13s for best quality. Fat Sheep.— Over 14,000 were yarded on Thursday, and for best quality xecent prices were maintained— viz, 9a (3d to lls 6d, whilst for light and medium lots prices ran . frem 6s to 8s 6d. T^njh« are worth 5s to Ua. Calves, 7s to 30s. Pigs, 2*d to 3£d. Wool.— No sales this week leaves but little to say. Tallow is now in good demand at £25 6s to £26 5s for the same as last week— viz, £18 to £24. Hides also are very firm at 4d to 4fd for heavy parcels in good sound condition, and Sjd to 4d for wet parcels, whilst; light hides sell very freely at 3£d to 4d, and for yearlings and calf skins very high prioes role. Kangaroo skins are worth 4s to 6s for small, 7s to 14s for medium, and up to 25s per dozen for large eir.es. Horns are worth 7s 6d to 28s, according to size, and bones 3s to 4s, according to sound ness ; and for hair the deman...

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PROBLEM No. 614. By D. Allingham, Dublin. (Illutrated London News.) BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

PBOBLBM Ko. 614. By D. Alliogham, Dublin. (Illustrated London A'cws.) siAcr.* WdlTE. White to play and maCe ia Two moves.

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THE NEW ZEALAND GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE NEW ZEALANDJGRAIN MARKET. Advices dated.Ohristehuroh May 1, state that ?' the state of the grain market is unchanged, and no circumstance has arisen which calls for any special remark. Tonnage is more accessible, but rates are unaltered. The weather continues dry, and on the whole favorable, bnt rain would be acceptable. Wheat — Tuscan wheat of good quality in good shipping lines is free of sale at from 3s 8d to 3s 10 f.o.b. in Lyttelton. Piarl And .va1vp£ flhfttiF in similur anifcalilA Hnnn 3b 9ri to 3s 8d per busnel, f.o.b.; Hunter's white, 3s 0d to 3s 7-1 per bushel, f.o.b. in Lyttleton. Seconds range from Is Sd to 2s 6d per bushel. Oate — Bright milling samples are free of sale at from Ib 9d to Is lOd per bushel; feed quality, Is 7d to Is 8d ; inferior feed samples, 2d per bushel under these quotations. The tune of the market is firu, with tbe demand rather in excess of the sapply. Barley— The samples coming to band ere, as a rule, very inferior, aud fortais class the market...

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BROKEN ON THE WHEEL; OR, THE STORY OF A WIFE; A NEW NOVEL. [Published by special arrangement with the Author. All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXXV.—A BULLET FINDS ITS MARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

BROKEN ON THE WHEEL; THE STORT°BOF A WIFE; A NEW NOVBL. BY WM. C. HONEYMAN, (Auditor of 'For Fame,1' '?Lily, the lint white,'' ' Base dasi,'' Src. (Published by special arraugament with the Author. All Rights Reserved.] Chapths XXXV. — A Bullet Fi.vds its Mauk:. The harper looked up incredulously, scanning the firm features and keen eye of Myles in vain for traces o£ a bantering smile. The stranger was not drunk nor impudent, but a sharp busineas-looking fellow, earnest aud eager euough to be speaking the truth. jNotiug the look, and reading it perfectly, Myle6 quietly produced his card, and then the last shadow of doubt left the wanderer's minu. as xememoereo. aistinctly frank speaking of his friend Myles, &nd, mareover, of him saying with enthusiasm, ' Myles said so, and JVljles is never wrong;,' and he silently offered his hand to the young lawyer, by whom it was graspad aud shaken warmly. They were friends at once, and Myles, seeing the harper so over come with 'agitatio...

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EXPORTS FROM PORT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

EXPOBTS FEOM POBT WALLAROO. The following is a return of the exports from Pert Wallaroo for the week ending May 14:— For Newcastle — 304 tons copper ore, valui £1.516.

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Selected Poetry. MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

jfelerieir §a*fcjr* MISSING. ViEting ; no mere. A dumb dead wall Of elience and darkneas stands Between us, and they who left db beta, Inlie lonely twilight oF the year. With lope and promise and parting cheer, Wet eyes and waviag hands. IJever sd omen told our hearts How fate larked, grim and dark ; Freeh and sweet smiled the autumn dav. And the treacberons waves ed tranquil lay, . XiEeirg tie rands of the shelterieg bay, And laughing aroand the bark, like molten tilver ebono her sails, Ae bhe glided from oar gaze; And tee turned as back to our homes again, To let eastern grow o'er the yearning p»in. And to court by the hearth— ah, labor vain — The lcnelj, lingering dajs. 2Jcver a letter f torn loving hands, Kevbr b message came ; Ve knew ioDg since ehoald the port be won — ?We know what the wild, fieroe gale had dose, And Elowly crept over every one A terror we could not name. Ah, me! these weary mornings, When out on the great pierhead 'We strain our sight o'er the tossing £3*3, ...

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Literature. STORY OF A SIN. BOOK 1.—SOWN. CHAPTER 1. Angel of the Sin. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Igistotm STORY OF A SIN. ; [By the Author of ' ComM thro1 the -Eye.'] BOOK L— SOWN. Chaptee 1. Angel of tiie Sin. finch as tbonstandest— palein the drear fight 'Which rounds the rebel's work with Maker's wrath. » Marina Mistake, you are found guilty hy your own confession, and on the clearest possible evidence, of the murder of an infant, name unknown, in the Shifting Pool, in the Tillage of Lovel, five and a half years .ago; and though the recommendation to snercy will be forwarded in due course, I ?can hold out no hope that the sentence I «n about to pass on yon will be commuted.' And the judge proceeded to pass sentence ?of death in the usual way. Sordid and inexpressibly mean In the faint light of dawn looked the court in ?which these words were spoken; the sen tence itself seemed too fine a thing for the ?wretch who received it, her lips parting in ?sa audible 'Thank God!' as the judge ?ceased to speak, and, jerking aside the black cap, threw his scarlet robes about lam, and in...

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Music and the Drama [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

fpm auir tljt gnmra Mr. Allison left Adelaide by the South Australian on Saturday for Melbourne to select additional members of his oompany for the new dramatic season, which is to open when. ' Tam bour Major' has run its course. There was a large and fashionable audi tory at Garner's Theatre on Friday, May 13, when Byron's eparkling comedy, 'Upper Crust,' was performed for the last time, aad the London Comedy Company who have had a EucceSoful season here made their last an pearance in Adelaide fox the present. The piece was played exceedingly well, the excellent acting of all the members of tie company being highly appreciated, and the tasteful retting of the piece generally admired. Mr. Stewart's comicalities is the character of the ambitious scap manufacturer were provocative of great amusement, and the other members of the com pany performtd their parts in a manner which called forth unstinted applause. The promenade concert ia, witk many persons, the most popular mode of enjoyi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Baalnesg HfttieeB. SALE! (HOOPER'S) FURNITURE JUkB S£S1-RIES. y fm tn.Hng . R^NH 1 KfH a/li'l^M PT fa» REDUCE my STOCK to HALF its PBESBNT VALUK. X shall therefore FOE ONB MONTH SELL UNBB 8BBVBDLY, withoat considering LOSS of PBOFTT. is order to INDUCE the F0BI3a «f a^.to fedp assinSBOUSIKQ ttemtwre-ttEDlacned object. MY GOODS have been MASSED in PLAIN yiGUEES foe a YEAB part, and IshalltakefromTENto TWENTY-FIVE PBE GENT, off MANY GOODS so marked. SUCK ana BEASS H.T. BEDSTEAD, full si*e, £5 17s. 6a.; usual price, £7 10a. WALNUT DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, Nine Piecse, from 432 10s, 'Best Gsodej' usual price, £30. WALNUT TABLES, Oval, « Best Goods,' from £4 4*.; usual price, £6 6s. ?WALNUT TABLEB, Bound, Cofiee of Work, from. 25s.; usual price, 35s. 'SPECIAL' (one only), CAED TABLE, 'PoKiihed Walnut,' ' Extra Good,' £& 6a.; honestly worth £8 10». DEOANTEBS, 'Seta of Four,' Cat and En stared, 'Good.' Harked price— 27b. 8d., for 19s. 6d.; 35s., for 25s.; 40s., for SSs. 6a.; 46ft, for ...

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Aquatics. HANLAN'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

^qjxKtm. HA.NLAJSTS SECRET. [From tho San Francisco Chronicle of Harok 31.1 A new theory in explanation of. Hanlaa's wonderful success as an oarsman was furnished a Chronicle reporter on Saturday by Horace J. Wildner, a member of the London Bo wing Club, who lias visited California after a hunting trip through Canada, Montana, British Columbia, and Oregon. Mr. Wildaer was a spectator of Haslan's races with Hawdon and Elliott, the English champion, whom he defeated with such ease. At tbe International Kegetta la;t yeir, when Banian rowed against Bojd, the Kag'.iah champion, Wallace Koss, and other great oarsmen, Mr. Wildusr was also an interest3d spectator. The impression which Sir. Wildner received from these races was that Hanlan had some unknown agency to increase his speed, and never won on genuine merit. When Hanian made his debut oa English waters, and rowed away without tae slightest trouble frcm Hawdon, he w&3 looked upon as a phenomenal ecullor. Later when Hanian def...

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PORTS V. NORWOOD (Second Twesties). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Poets v. Noewood (Second Twenties). The first match cf the season was played on the Albeiton Oval on Saturday, May 14. The game resulted in a win for the Ports, who scored tbree goals and four behinds to their opponents' four behinds. The successful goal kickers were S. Price&ux, McBachern, and J. Nicholson. Mr. Didasey gave satisfaction as field umpire.

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Commercial. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices. Friday evening, May 20. WEEKLY EPITOME. MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

€mmxmL Advertiser and GkronusU Offices, Friday evening, May 30. WEEKLY EPITOMJi. MOHETMaBKBr. Inrtesd of money getting dearer, as several tack managers prophesied, it has, aa we antici pated, become cheaper . In a report of the meet ings ef the shareholders of the Mortgage Com pany of South Australia, in Edinburgh, on April 7, we notice that enrewd commercial men have, ignoring the strong evidence ia favor of cheap money presented by the bankingstatistias, been much misled on this important point. Mr. George Elder, chairman of directors, is reported to have said— 'According to latest acooonts from South Australia, money was becoming eomewnat-Bcarar, *u wum^uvuw w «? »*o*««s;iiv harvest, and belief was entertained that the xatesof interest would shortly advance.' This erroneous statement must have been forwarded from here in February by persons who certainly cannot be considered as authorities on finance, Instead oE money becoming scarcer, it was becoming more plentiful, and any one ...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED. SATURDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

gffipittg jtetog- ABBZTBD. SiTUBDiY, VLiX 14. GREYHOUND, brig 231 tons, A. O PreacDtt, from Mauritius April 6. Fanning and Co., City ; Huecke and Co., Port, agents. WAKEFIELD, steamer, 53 tons, T. B. Biahardaon, from Ardroasan. CLEMENTINA, ketch, 23 tons, E. H. Heri ?tage, from Dublin. OSP-BEZ, -ketch, -39 iaaa, J. Leaak.iroai AidrosBan. OAPELLA, ketoh. 74 toni.K. Iverson, from the coast. ? RESOLUTE, schooner, 39 tons, 7. McLeod, from Port Victor. FUEE SELECTOR, ketch, 42 tons, S. J. Taylor, from the coast. BKONZBWING, ketch, 78 tons, J. Blanche, from Port Angusta. JANS POETBK, barque, 852 tons, Jno. Lagge, from London February 4. Jos. Stilling and Co., agents. WODONGA, barque, 2S1 tons. Jno. Dalziel, from Port Natal April 8. Jno. Darling and Son, agents. Passengers— Mrs. Dalziel, and family. In ballast. Stjxdat, Mat 15. KANGAROO, steamer, 185 tons, O. Anderson, from Wallaroo via Port Lincoln. Passengers — Messrs. George, Gardner, and Ohappell, Mes dames Ohappell, MoFarlane,Buthorne...

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