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RIOTS IN KILLARNEY. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

RIOTS IN KILLARNEY. London, May 19. The disturbed state of Ireland still con_ tinues, and appears to be on the increase, a riot having now broken out in the County Killarcey,

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PARLIAMENTARY OATHS. London, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

PARLIAMENTARY OATHS. London. Mav 18. Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart., one of the Liberal members lor Uailisle, has intimated that it is his intention to catechise the newly-elected member for Knaresborough s£ to his religious belief -when he presents himself at the table of the Housa of Com mons for the purpose of taking the Parlia mentary oath.

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDO TELEGRAPH. ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AKD LO&DO ' TELEGRAPH. BY BUBMABIKB CASLE. {SPECIAL TBZEGXAMSA KOYAi. COLONIAL INSTITUTE. London, May 18. Mr. Joseph O iialloran has received the ap pointment of paid assistant-secretary to tlie Koyal Colenial Institute, London, the pre sident of -which is liis Iioyal Highness the Prince of Wales. Mr. O'Halloran was clerk in the audit-office, South Australia, 1859; clerk of Executive Council, and clerk to Couit of Appeals, 1SG9 ; and also acted as piivate secretary to the Iiurht Hoa. Sir James Fergufson, Bart., Governor of South Ausnalia, from irebruary 23 to May 18, 1870.

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

Easiness Kotloeg. ? j C BE JL JK JP A. €J- M' K. ITPEB Duty on Imported Champagne 1 having been considerably raised, we beg to remind tbe public that SOUTH AUSTKAT.TAN CHAMPAGNE, which received a MEDAL AX THB SYDNEY EXHIBITION may be had EQUAL IK QUAUTY, and at a tnm- the phice of the isiportkd, In pints sod quarts, from every Wine Merchant in Hie province, and from the bottlers. F. H. FAULDING ft CO., Adelaide. Orders by post promptly sttesded to. ? x380a ' STVTATiT. CAPITALISTS wishing to establish a business, should see if there is - jBi|3 /fcTy\ Mineral Water _^*X°' §5*7^™ U 'j3L.ii Manufactory in *^m\tiEM ^Hw-*heir Di9trict- AU JBlyallalrn a l/flSiO3pg£recipeB for tbe pur Lemonade, Boda Water, &c, is given, previous knowledge is not necessary. Tbe demand for these drinks is so maoh on tbe increase in til parts of the world that the outlay for the ma chinery in all cases leads to a profitable aid safe easiness. Catalogues forwaided free, or ean be had at the office of th...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

Wit atfir IfrtMor. If a borrower comes, lend him your ear only. A mosquito always settles before he presents his bill. 'Strive to make a good impression wherever you go,' said Jones, as he polled his foot out of the mud. Did you ever know a man who talked mush of himself who did uot have a poor subject for his conversation. wnen o man ana a wiman are made one, the question 'Which one?' is a bothersome oae until it is settled, u it goon is. , Angus— 'Tid you'll see ta fog this morning, Neil?' Neil— 'No, mylat, I'll tidnt. for ta mist was too thick to pehold anything st all.' An Iowa farmer says — 'We raise four hun dred bnshels of potatoes to the acre here, which wuold be a big thing if we didn't also raise in sects enough to eat 'em all op. They stopped, and looked, and commented upon his being drunk or asleep. Finally one «aid, ' O, oome along ; can't von see the f ellow9* drunk?' TTp came the head of the drq.wsy individual, and his eyes half unclosed, leered at the man who had jus...

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THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

TEE HOUSE. Mashed Potatoes. — Boil some potatoes and pass them throngh a coarse -''t seive ; put them into a saucepan with a good lump of butter, and salt to taste; add a little milk and work them well with a spoon on a alow fire for some minutes, adding a -''»' quantity of milk as they get dry. Fabmxbb' Pudding. — One cup of Indian meal, one half cup of flour, one half cup of Buear. moisten with a little milk. Boil three pints of milk; pour slowly on the meal and stir until quite thick ; add one half cup of mollasses and a little salt. Bake in an earthen dish two hours. Tcbhips in Gbavx. — Slice boiled turnips and put them, with two ounces of butter, into a stewpan, shaking it round until they are browned. Season with salt, pepper, a teaspoonful of sugar, and a little maize. Pour over them a quarter of a pint of good brown gravy, and when quite hot eerve them in it. Tomato Saiad. — For salad always se lect fresh, firm-fleshed, thoroughly ripe tomatoes of a good size. If you can t f...

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

? menqy. ? BOBEOWBES.— MONEY XO LEND, in Large or Small Sums, at Lowest Bates of Interest. W.WADHAMfeOO., The Australian Land Mart, King William-street. ? dxc MOKET TO LEND on mortgage at current rates. All business under Beat Property Act transacted. — Jas. O. Hawker and Son, licensed land brokers and surveyors, Grosham Chambers, Adelaide. 130inaexl41c MONEY to LEND in sums to suit Borrowers at lowest rates of interest. FBEDK. WEIGHT, Financial Agent, 206ci307c Qreaham Chambers, Adelaide. OBEY to LEND in large or small sums. Loans and Guarantees negotiated. ABTHTTB CHAPMAN, Licensed Land Broker and Estate Agent. ? Oowra Buildings, GrenfeU-street. dxc M' ONEY TO LEND on first-claw Freehold or Squatting securities. HENBY SOOTT. Cornwall Fire [and [Marine and Eagle Life Insurance Offices. Eagle Chambers. Pirie-street. 116oox120a« Ty| ON E Y T~O LEND Q PEE CENT. On first-class securities. SHTJTTLEWOBTH & LETOHFORD, LAND, LOAN, AND ESTATE AGENTS, Waterhome BnildingB, Sing Willia...

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THE CENSUS. Further results of census taken on 3rd April, 1881:— [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

. : jTHE CENSUS. Further results of census taken an 3rd April,' 1881.— ? . ? SfcCBOQS. Kame of District. ^ jg '2 District OonrctLS. Apoinga ~ — ??? 330 132 108 Sarosin ... ... ». 1059 1210 791 Slack Springs ._ ... 217 111 106 Slyth ? 870 S17 2SS Brenwr ? 857 447 410 Buniside ? 3S70 1671 1699 Bum ? 847 188 36S Eooboorowie ? 829 197 138 Sirkenhead ? 481 246 235 Salablava (portion in County Gawler) ... 1435 786 619 Celtowie ... ? 855 468 893 Clinton ? 809 193 116 DnHin ? 1047 691 456 Dalkey ? 891 587 424 Encounter Bay ? 1097 648 549 Sncliih ™ ... ~J SSI ESi 423 Gilbert ? — 1 WU 763 751 Grace (portion in Electoral : District of Yatala)., ... 417 2101 177 , Gladstone ? 1226 675 551 Hamilton ? 931 464 467 Ballett ? 438 860 173 Hall... ~ ? «99 487 412 Kulpara ? 328 181 147 Xacepede ... ... ... 713 360 353 lancoln ? ... 728 359 869 ttitcbam ? ? 3681 8056 1605 WorphettVale ? 685 831 351 Mount Crawford ? 530 270 360 UudlaWirra ? 1927 1001 926 Melville ? 1424 761 663 Hoarim,— ? 848 413 423 XSa...

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YOUNG IRELAND: FRAGMENT OF IRISH HISTORY. CHAPTER IV.—O'CONNELL IN GAOL.— YOUNG IRELAND IN CONCILIATION HALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

YOONG IRELAND: FRAGMENT OF IRISH HISTORY. BT SIS CHARLES GAVAN DUFFY, K.O.M.G. Chaptee IV. — O'Conkeuo in Gaol, — Young Iceland in Conciliation Hall. OConneJl was m gaol; and if the Govern ment had locked up the spirit and soul o'E ' the national movement in Richmond Peni tentiary, they had accomplished one main, purpose of the prosecution. But if tha. -. ?- .' spirit and soul were not imprisoned but re mained outside, more determined and dogged than before the trial, able to live apart from the national leader, and destined, to outlive him, the purpose was scarcely . . i happened. ? if was necessary to make provision foe , the management of public business, and by the express desire of O'Uonnell the leader shin was intrusted to Smith O'Brien. It is tcarcelv possible to conceive a man less; like O'Connell than his successor. Grave in demeanor, measured in language, cold in manner, precise and even prim in dress, and posseting neither humor nor popular' ? eloquence, O'Brien had none ...

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THE CHARACTER OF ALEXANDER THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE CHARACTER OF ALEXANDER THE SECOND. FFrnm St. James's Gaztttr. 1 Against the late Czar personally, few even among the most implacable Nihilists felt antipathy. The two men who were hanged last year for trying to blow up the Winter Palace went to the gallows protest ing their attachment to their 'Little Father ' ; and on numberless occasions re volutionists on their trial have affirmed that it was against the imperial system and not against the Czar that their quarrel lay. It had almost passed into a nroverb to sav that if a man could lay his grievance before the Emperor he would get justice done ; and this was true, for over and over again Alexander II. punished some oppressors of his people with condign severity. He did this with the more energy sometimes, as he krew— and suffered from knowing — that so many cases of wrong-doing must be kept from him. He bad occasional outbursts of anger ; but then he was easily influenced ; and thus he was frequently weak and amenable to the pu...

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Ladies' Column. FEMININE FASHIONS AND FANCIES. London, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

ffsMtf tolmtro. FEMININE FASHIONS AND FANCIES. [By a Lady.] London. March 25. One is often aeked in these days of inno vations what is {esthetic dress; and it is somewhat difficult to reply, for the term bears many translations. It certainly is not the prevailing French mode of tight-fitting corset bodices and complicated drapery. Nor is it the stiff farthingale, distended petticoats, long peaked stomachers, high ruffles, and stuffed epaulet sleeves of Queen Jiiizabeth s day. These are as dreadful to the lover of aesthetics as the tied-back skirts, frills, and furbelows to which, we have recently been accustomed, bathetic dress is surely above all things flowing and unrestrained. The best-fashioned one is that which has the least fashion about it. Its glory is in its harmony of color and carefully arranged drapery, and she who attains these points in the greatest perfec tion is certainly the more aesthetically dressed, according to the right use of the term. Pocket-handkeTchiefs are...

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LADIES' NEWS-LETTER. London, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

LADIES' NEWS-LETTER. I By A Lady .1 London. April 8. The poor little baby whose birth at Hampton Ccurt Palace I chronicled in my last as born to the Princess Frederica and Baron Pawel Bamming only lived nine days. The Queen's known affection for the Princess expressed itself in an unusual visit to Hampton Court, where Her Majesty has not been since the death of the Prince Consort. This, however, was a visit of congratulation before the baby's death. Since that event took place ELR.H. the Princess Beatrice has called to condole -until fTiA TlprAniraii TnntTiAi* ftv TToi* Majesty's desire the infant was removed from the old palace where it died to the royal vault under St. George's Chapel, Windsor. The coffin lies close to that' of the late ex-King of Hanover, grandfather to the child. The Queen visited the vault after the interment. Her Majesty's tra ducers say, ' She loves a funeral.' When the Queen went to Hampton Court she had an interview with the mother of General Roberts, and w...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

FATAL ACCIDENT. e.n inqnest was held by Mr. G. A. Solomon, J.P., at the Police Station, Qaorn,on Wednesday, May 11, upon the body of Oidrol Somerfield, who, was billed by tbe capsizing of a waggon loaded with goods on the Main-road between Fort Augusta and Quorn. William Somerfield said deceased was his eon, acd was 13 years old yesterday. Wss driving a borte team, and his son John Sonieraeld, IS years of age, was driving another. Was about John, coming down a hill about four miles from Quoin. This was abent 2 o'clock. Qeacd a noise and some cne calling On looking round his son John called out that bis waggon had capsized, end killed his brother Gidtol. flan hack M the overturned wsfgon and found the deceased face dowuwaids, with & Urge case which -sas-on ths waggon across his shoulders. Could see at once from the position of the body that the deceased must bekUied. Charles OaUins, who wai also driving a waggon behind, assisted in removing the goods from the waggon aad extri...

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MR. H. B. T. STRANGWAYS ON THE OUTER HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

ME. H. B. T. STRAKGWAYS ON THE OUTER HARBOR. The following letter from. Mr. H. B T_ Straugwajs on the subject of the poo pdtd cuter harbor has been received by a iteiceiit. oi this city, and kindly handed to as for publication : — ' 5, Pump-court, Temple, K.O., March 25, 1 SSI. Sic— Since I wrote you lect on January 28, 1 have had a long interview vi'jh Mr. Bell. C.K , to whom you referred me. Be makes tbe use money difficulty, aud asks v,fcy if the thing is gucd the people out there do not put tome money into it or at least take touib strong action to direct publio ' atttniioc to it. iie is to let me kaow tot-n whether he can do anything in tbe matter, but he does not expeot tbat peopla .here tv ill spend their money in teuaing oat to Sjuth Australia to endeavor to obtain a concession atd, guarantee, tkough if a concession aad £uaranUc are grasto'. ty tbe farliameat than he says thac people here will readily - find the money to carry out tbe wc-rk, and to auy exteut that me.y be re...

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THE LOSS OF THE EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE IX)SS OF THE EXPERIMENT. An enquiry into the loss of the schooner Experiment, which foundered off the Althorpes on Sunday, evening, Slay 8, irai held by the Marine Board on Friday, May 13. Mr. Wallace watched the case on behalf of the Port Pixie Shipping Company. Saul Damoutitz, mate ol the Esperlm6ntya»»d — The Experiment was a schooner. I had. been on board about six weeks altogether. Have hoan ecTr«nt«(.Ti venra At: iu^*.— h»*tflr«=r*n fmir And five jeatB in the Australian seas and abaut three jears on tbe South Australian coast. Have bees to Port Pirie about six times, and doue four trips in the Experiment, ffa lefi Port Adelaide latt Saturday, May 7. I stowed the cargo in the held. There was a largo quantity of rocin and caustio sods, and a lot uf iron aad other heavy cargo. Tne cargo was properly stowed, and the hold was full fore ani aft. There were on deck about IS to 20 hogfcbeads cf ale, 5 ot 8 email caiks, 2 drums ol oil, 70 or 80 cases of kerosine, about 3 lueds^-f f...

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KAPUNDA CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

KA PUND A CORl'OIl A.TI0N. WuDHESEAr. May 11. Prctent— Hio Worship the Mayor (Sir. It. Osmercrj), Crs. Grctushioliis, J. Thomas, W. '1 t-oaisf, Thienj, TJien, »ud Miucke. tbo incpeotor and imveyor ; Mr. W'heare), and the town clerk (Kr. W. Jeflt)^ The Ma von called the attention of the council ro.lhe iBct that at the recent fire in Main-street no police were present with the exception of Ccnttable McDonnell, who was 'in private ciotbcB. He s.!to stated that the police were aocf^xc ut wit* biiuu ui ijuu uujturoance m iSLam utreet en Saturday night last. Several oauncil Iorn txpiesftd their opinion that the police did i.'ct icck after tbeir duties in a proper manner. The Havob said he had also been asked by several rntepejers whether the council could Lot prevail on the Postmaster-General to allow cf the erection of two moie letter-pillars in K&punds. With . reference to the police it vr&e reeolveil that the mayor and town clerk draw up a letter ' to the Commissioner o...

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

BREMER. May 7.— Pretent — Ore. Rankine, Pavey and Summers. Commiseianer of Crown Linds wrote respecting Belmain school. Mr. Grierson applied ior piece of road' to be made near his house; to be done. Oleik reported crossing near Saltmarsh's as complete, and aBked if he shsuld put stone in and make a ford ; to stand over till tbe creek it dry. Variaus routine matters attended to. Payments, &4 15s.

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[By Telegraph.] For favor of the Editor of the is Western Graticr. Wileannia, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

I l?v Tplnimpli.'i 1 1'- l favoi of the BiilUir of Ilio U'tutan tlrazirT. AVilouiuia, May 13. Tho l.ilo.-t nons from Mount Browne is eLcouraging. Six inohos of rain has fallen on tte field, and all the creeks and water holes are full. The population are all busy washing. All are paling fair aud many good wages. Many tt&ticn bands Lave left for the diggings since the rain. On Wednesday Mesfrs. Palmer & Co. received 100 czs. irom tbe field; yesterday Morrisan oroi-gnt in no t z?., incinaing a looz. piece. The rain has been general in tbe Cooper's Cieek am; P&roo country, 3 to 4 iuchas having ft-llen in the latter. Along the Mount Gippt road 4 to 6 itches bf rain has fallen, aud all tbe country 5s uDCtr wattr. A k-iter has been received from Mount Biu'.\nfc. bearing diic Apiil 23, by a gentleman in Adelaide-, wfcicb gives some items of interest. Tbe writer states that there have beeu two icehes lately, one about six miles from Depot Glen, tnd the otber about 30 ...

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BLACK SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

RTJlfTK: SPRINGS. May 14.— Present— Tbe ehaizmw and Or. Witch. No quorum. Receipts, £i 8s. 9d.

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THE NOUNT BROWNE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881

THE MOUKT BROWNE DIGGINGS. The tFesttrn Grazier, of May 12, haathefol lowicg : — Since our last issue the reports from tuts c;ggiDgs have been of a more favorable natuie til an any yet received. A nice steady ma ccarceLced to foil on tbe 2nd inst. (Mou csj vnei), and at date of last authentic reports it was [still raining, with every appearance of continuing, and tbat it did continue aud fell is tuch quantities as to be of use for mining pur pufcte is pretty certain from the fact that along cociuau ku iiuv uig^iugH,HH lac m mvtuou, uuen} bus bees. & heavy fall. At that station the gauge ineatiuied four inches, and the mailman reports tbe country as all under water. Thus miners oi-. tbe field will have for the preseatan bbund&rce cf water fur waBhing up their dirt, end for prunpeotuij?. In thiB latter reject the raiu will bo of great value, aa hitherto prospecting operations have been a'.mcat entirely confined to spots in the imme -Jioto viciuitj of thu few places whe...

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