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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
ADELAIDE BETAIL PSICE3. Beef, 3d. to 8d. per lb.; mutton, 3id. to Si, per lb. ; lamb, 3s. (fore-quarter), and 4a. (hind quarter); pork, 7d. to 8d. per li. ; veal, (id. to £d. per lb.; beef sausages, 4d. per lb.: pork do., 8d.— May 1». FBUIT AND VEGETABLES. Almonds, 7d. per lb. ; lemons, Is. to Is Sd. per dozen ; figs (dry), Is. per lb. ; oraugee, 12s per box; raisins, yd. per lb.; walnuts, li)ii. perlb.; rhubarb, 3u per lb; bananas, la oa doz; ?pricotB, none ; cherries, none ; cabbages, ia. to 4b. 6d. per dozen; celery, 3s. fid. to 5s. ; carrots, Is. 6d. per dozen bunches; turnips, 2s. per dozen hoachas; paxanipe, £s. per dozen bunches; garlic, 4d. per lb.; lettuces, Is. to Is. 3d. per dozen; mint, 8d. per dozen bunches.; onions, 9s. per cwt.; parsley, 8d. per dozen bunches; French beans, 8s. per dozen lbs.; peas, 6». per bushel; radishes,} 8d. per dozen bunches; sbalots. 3d. per lb.;~pine apples, 8s. to 12s. per dozen; old potatoes, 6s ; new potatoes, 6s. 6d. to 8s.; cauliflowers, ...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
Latest Betting. The only important change in the Cap quota tions is the support accorded to Progress, and tte heavy investments recorded in favor of alsta. Sevanata is quiet at fix's, though this price is cot fcrf'bcciniEg to siouey. Odd Trick aud Snwarrow continue to receive support, bat Jlichmorjd is still ateights offered. Tne follow ing are the latest prices as far as can be gathered frcm reliable tonrces: — CUP. 1C0 to S3 Kata (taken and offered after 1,000 to 200 taken). 4 io 1 Progress (taken and offered). 6 to 1 SavauBfca (taken). 1C0 to 15 Odd Trick (taken). 1C0 to 12 Suwerrow (taken and offered). 5 to 1 Eicbmond (offered). 10 to 1 itothfebild (tBken and wanted). 1C0 to 8 Crystal (taken and offered). £0 to 1 others. STEEPLE. JGO to 30 Lucy (wanted). 4 to 1 Intrepid (offered). 6 1o 1 (Helmet (taken). 1G0 to 15 Suitan (taken). DOCIiLES— llUJUUXS AND STEEPr.13. Nsrie snd Eelruet have been backed to win £1.510. ? « ?
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
WAEKNAMBOOL RACES. CBy Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] ? Melbourne, May 13. Haseicap Hued:lb Bace. — Symbol (Williams), 1; Korma (Scobie) 2; Too Late (Richard), 3. Betting— 5 to 2 Norma, 3 to 1 Symbol, who made the running and won by twelve lengths; Too Late baulking at the first hurdle did net persevere. Handicap iTlat Bace.— Mesalliance (Thorn ton). 1 ; Star (Scobio), 2; Symbol (Bverird;, 3, Other startero— Khea (Fergosson), Mazsppa (McDonald). Betting— Even on Bhaa, 8 to 4 Stsr, 5 to 1 the others. Mesalliance wou by htlt a length, twice that distance dividing Star scd Symbol, while Bhea was a length behind, acd Sjnibol and Mazeppa were last. Time, 2 jcin. 22 § sec. Gbakd Kationai, Steeplechase. — Gazelle (Grace), 1; T«aight (Oorrigan), 2. Other starteis— SparkleXKobinson),FireKing'(Oarey). Betting— EvencnTwilight, 2 to 1 against G axel 1c, 4 to 1 the others. Gazelle woa as she liked by fifty lengths. There waB no third. Time, 8 min. 31 sec. SioiiKG Fiat Bace.— Cracksman...
KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
KENSINGTON PAEK EAOES. [By Telegraph.] [From oar own Correspondent.] Melbourne. Msv 15. There was good attendance at the Kensington Park meeting, and tbe weather waa fine. Tha following are the resnlts :— Handicap Huedles.— Quiver (Aspinall), 1; Paddy (Wiebart), 2 ; Orphan (Pearson), 3 ; alae Minnie ai.d Jeseey. Betting— 0 to 4 against Quiver, who led all the way, wimiirjg by six lergtbe. Teotttn-s Watch— £10 a eide, Bamblor (Amoti), 1 ; Tommy the Nut (Grimwood), 2. Eaxdicap fob. Ponies.— Jewey (Oox), Bapta (BoldrjFss), liilly Button?, (Uclnne's); also little Fletenr. Won earilj. Sejxtxg Bace. — Laborer (Davis) 1 ; Stuart (?R'allace), 3; Elector (Cox) 3; also Driver, Silvertail, and Scandal. Batting— 6 to 4 on Laborer, who won easily. Handicap Stbbplechash.— Gay field (Wat son),!; Banger (Battye) 2; Panjee (Wall), 3; also Torpin, Grab, Hermit, Firefcail, Paler, sndTochit. Betting— 2 to 1 against Kaager, 5 to 2 Grab, 3to I Panjee, 5 to 1 others. Gayfield led all through, and won by t...
Coursing. THE WERRIBEE COURSING MEETING. Melbourne, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
€mxxMM. THS AVKKlilBSB OOUJiSINa MEiU.NU. fBy Telegraph.] [From our own OorretDondeut.1 Melbourne, May 13. TIjo Australian Coursiag Club's meetiag at Wcrribeo was ooutiaued to-day. 8IIRKWSUDKY PI^TE. Three— Eeputatiou beat Wiuning Ways, Wild Dream beat Proservino, Werribee Queen baat Haldcmar, Werribee Hope beat Aristeus. Four — Werribeo Queen beat Reputation. Werribee Hope beat Wild Dream Five —Werribee Queen and Werribee Hope divided. WKEHIDEE FARK STAKES. Two— Wild Cat beat Anchor, Baform baat ?Wcrribro Charity, Western Lady boat M&ybell, L'Uirondcllo beat Belle of the Hill. Three— Ueform beat Wild Oat, L'Hirondolle baat WcftornlLady. Four — Keform beat L'Hiroa dclloanil wou.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
gtaxML Nearly all the footbnll grounds iu ana arouua Adclaiuo wero occupied on Saturday, May 14, and it 1 in now ^evident that the season will bj quite as popular a odc as was the last. Three nsnoriation matches were plajed, viz., Norwood v. Port, Victorian v. Adelaidecam£easiug ti'ii, and South Pork v. South Adelaide. Ttie most imports nt one was tbat played between tho Norwoods and Ports on the Oval. The result was r.atfit r unexpected, as a very close contest had been generally anticipated, and the easy their opponents eurprued even their most sargnicu frimclR. A full report of each match is given below, and the plcy spsaks pretty well as to the weak points shown by each team. With respect to tba Norwood and Port match, however, it was quite clear that, goad 83 tbe latter clnb is, it has a lot to learn. The scientific short marking and almost wonderful dexterity exhibited by tbe winners was a treat to witness. If the Ports would only endeavor to play more together than they at pr...
KAPUNDA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
KAPUflDA BAOES. The following are ths weights for the prinpipal events to be contested at Kapunda on thie 1st and 2nd June : — Handicap Hcedles.— Tffe jniles. st.lb. at.lb. Miss Banter ... 11 7 Consternation... 9 S Acrobat ... 11 7 Stanley. ? 9 5 Abbot ? 10 9 Beppo ? 9 4 Ccckof the Walk 10 2 Bound To ... 9 2 Lucy ? 10 2 Fictitious ... 9 S Trigger ? 10 0 Jumping Frog... 9 0 Clifton ? 10 0 be Bat... ... 9 0 Jack's the Lad 9 13 j Creeping Jenny 9 0 Taxaraxacnm ... 9 12 I Pbceoix ... 9 0 Veno ? 9 10J Kapckea Handicap. — One and three-quarter Tmlon. Mata ? 11 71 Frank Hewitt... 7 5 Oarcbsllo ... 10 5 Cremame ... 7 5 Lochaber ... 9 0 Priest ... ... 7 5 Silver Thread... 8 12 Biflemsn ... 7 4 Crystal... ... 8 8 Fictitious ... 7 4 D.O.D ? 8 4 Dutchman „. 7 2 Gespipe ... 8 4 The Baven ... 7 0 Brigand ... 8 4 Lady Wildare... is 7 Shamiock ...8 2 Mallals ? a 7 OockoftheWalk 8 0 Creeping Jenny 0 7 Alethe ? 7 10 Beppo ? 6 7 Abbot... ... 7 8 Astor ? 8 7 n gBBBHairoiCAr.— OneanqahaUmile^. blueBibbo...
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
THE QDEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING. On Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sstarday. ♦he 2«h, 26tb, 27th, and 28th Mcy, the A.K.U. Birthday Meeting will take place oa - tho Ola Course. Of tho tivo big illy meetiiitB annnaUy held in Adelaide that ou tae Old Conrse is toe more popular with tbegecexal publio. -In tbe first; place it is an old-eatablUbed meeting, anl ia the tf coed it is to easy of acoets ior the metro politan contingentof visitors, many of wbomoia oniy barely Jeaye tneirniMineu until lanohtima. 'When tbe 67 name* that were originally nomi nated for the Birthday Gift became mads public, no donbt existed that ths holiday races would more than maintain their prestige, and the popularity ot the-prinoipal event would be ensured. Tee entries published in another column, and that Appeared in the Advsrtiter of May 17, speak well of the exertions pat forward by Mr. Harvey, the secretary, and taken oa a whole, form a meat attractive programme. Toe horses nominated ars for the mo»t part of ...
THE BIRTHDAY CUP WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
THE EfETHDAT CUP WSIGKVS. By Exile. In order that no stone should be left unturned to secure as good a handicap, and thereby as large an acceptance as possible for the Birth day Cnp, Hz. Towles, who has been very successful in petting the weights together in several clubs in Victoria, was re tained by the A.I1.C to assist Mr. Hagbes. In framing the present handicap Messrs. Hughes acd Vowles have started at 9 fit. 6 lbs., which, considering the distance — a mile and three-quarters — I roust consider too light. Four c-r £re pounds heavier, ssv 9 st. 10 lbs, would have been better, as it is difficult to eee what cbecce a lot of the lower division can possibly have, however light their im post, with some of fee top weights. Sweet meat, as UBual, takes the pride of place with, 9 Et. 6 lbs., the weight will not trouble feim, hut the distance is hardly far enough. I should not look on Mr Ivory as a likely visitor ; the weight put on his second string, Lord Bar 3-Mey, is not likely to act a...
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING. MORNING GALLOPS. ON THE OLD COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
SHE QUEEN'S BiarHDAY M3STCX&. MORNIMG GALLOPS. Ok tub Quo Covese. On Saturday aome very good work was douc, and those present witnessed a las interesting gallops. Suwarrow, with Yeomaus in thesadd«\ and Kesult aoc3mpanyipg him, wera amou£ i.hu first to start; after completing ono round tho fiily pulled off, and KoUiuoor joining him, tha littlegrej finished his joumej in capital «tyli-. going fresh and strong. Mata wont one in his own taking manner, moving Hke a p:eaa of machinery. He looks very well and will strip one oi the fittest hones in tho Gap. Savanai-s and Progress csntered and spurted ho ji© ; they have cow got their land legs, sud hire thrown off the efi'ectso£ their rough tiip. Oicio'tbe Walk did once round fast in 1.53?. Tlie numerous hordleracers and steeplechasers on tbe grouud.did useful workthroughout the morning. A fine morning attracted a considerable muB&r totbeccureeonMondajtohavealoGkat the Cap candidates, who are all now doing good work. Suwarrc...
KEILLI, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
KEILLI, Mat 1&. Ihii place has been favored with some fine Bte&dy rains 6\ititg the last fortnight, and suffi cient water hau been caught to stop the pro cession cf teams carting water from the Brooghton. Faimers are busy pushing on the sowing. Wheat sown before tbe rains is now up, lccbicg Etrocg aud healthy, and farmers getoially are a little mote oheerful than they ?weie.
HAMMOND, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
HAMMOND. Mav 16. A meetiFg was held at Mr. Jacka's Hammond Hotel on Monday, May 14, for the purpose of forming a Jockey Clnb. Mr. W. L. Hudson occupied the chair. A clnb was formed, and a committee was appointed to take steps to have the first races in connection with the Hammond Jockey Club held on the 24th inst. I under stand a subEcription-list has been opened. — Of onr township I may state that a want a long time felt lias been supplied by Mr. Wm. Jacka, who has erected an hotel in the township — We bad a splendid downpour ot rain about a week ?go, and consequently the face of nature (like the faces of farmers and others) is once more tmiliug. Seeding will be soon finished in this neighborhood.
TAXATION IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
TAXATION IN NEW ZEALAND. Now that New Zealand is fairly recovering from the serious depression which pro strated the colony for years attention is being directed to the best means of pre Tenting any relapse into difficulties similar to those from which it has emerged, not without hazardous experience. To knnn the revenue equal at least to the expendi ture and to provide for the fullest develop ment of the country's resources are clearlv the main objects to be attained. No en couragement should be given to schemes which would tend to a repetition of the disastrous reverses which came in the wake of the Vogelian policy. That was altogether too comprehensive, what ever good results it may have pro* duced, or which may incidentally flow from it is the future. The present Go vernment are wiser in their generation. While alive to theurgentimportanceof neces sary public works they are averse to the further construction of these save in so far as they ere warranted by unavoidable condi tion...
FARRELL'S FLAT, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
FARRELUS FLAT, May 13. A dull t-tale of things still continues in this quiet towntbip, no bu&iness of any sort doing. The construction cf the long-talied-of Govern ment reservoir is still held in abeyance, and there is no sign of the work being commenced. — The farmers since the last rain have been busy gettirg in their teed. Some of the early-sown ciops have made their appearance above ground. — This week we have experienced a deal of very boisterous weather, tbe wmd at times beine terrific, but there has been no rain. — A successful entertainment was given last night by tbe local band of hope in the Wesley an cuspe], Mr. Kairne presiding. Mr. John Bargees also addressed the meetiag. Several ircviovenienta have been made at the Catholic Churcb, including a splendid underground tank, vrbich will be very useful for the school children. — A paragraph appeared in yesterday's Btgistir, stating that caid-playing was allowed in onr local institute on Wednesday evenings, at which g...
Original Articles. THE DELISSA PIONEER SUGAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
©ricjimtl Qxtidts, THE BbLISSA PIONEER SUGAB COMPANY. The report of the special meeting of the Delissa Pioneer Sugar Company, ield on Tuesday, May 10, will have been read with attention, not only by persons directly in terested in that association, or in some ether Northern Territory enterprise, but by many other people desirous of seeing our northern dependency started on a career of progress and prosperity. The leading mis take in the administration of affairs in Alexandra Land and in private enterprises there has been that the fact of the country being distinctly tropical has not been taken into account ; and European settlers, princi pally from this colony, have gone there with the idea of laboring and embarking in divers undertakings just as though they were in a temperate region. The impression, how ever, is becoming general, and is fact almost universal, that if the resources of the Northern Territory are to be developed this object can only be accomplished by means of Asiati...
EDITHBURGH. MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
EDITHBDllGH. Mat 19. Weather croakers are already predicting soother dry season. Although we have not beeu absolutely without rain during the lats fall, yet thiB district has been singularly unfortunate as compared with otherparts in tbe scantiness of the precious fluid allotted to us. We were more than ever brought face to face during the last three months with the great desideratum of tuis township, namely, the providing of a public tank. Townships of lesser note and smaller population on thn npninflnlfL h&ve inne rurn been nrovidpd with this luxury. We hope the matter will not be allowed to rest in abeyance, and that it will be agitated till the boon is granted. — The ques tion of lengthening the Edithburgh Jetty was again brought forward at a preliminary public menticg held last evening and adjourned till Saturday next. There can be no doubt this matter is of pnblic importance, requiring imme diate attention. The revenue obtained from tolls would fully justify the Govern...
FARMING WITHOUT RETURN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
FARMING WITHOUT RETURN. TO TEB HDETOB. Sir— It was with much pleasure that I read your recent leading article relating to the agri cultural seleotor. I am over 270 miles north, and as I have been here three years perhaps my experience will not be out of place, as I was one of those men with Email capital, all of which I have laid out on my selection. The first season, it being .rather late when I got on the land and horse-feed being very scarce, I was only able to get in about 20 acres, whioh yielded between eight and nine bushels to the aore ; the second BMmn thfi r.rnn Tielried not nnitA fivA; And £hfi third year about two bushels to the acre. Now, at the price wheat has been for the last few years, is it possible for me to be other than bard up? Hy second instalment was due last October, and at tbat time I ex pected my crop to yield about five bushels to the acre, but as it was, after keeping seed and a little for flour, I only had forty-fire bags of wheat to sell. I had two valu...
LANCELOT, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
LANCELOT. Mat 17. Since the late rains the grass has been spring ing up rapidly, and the wheat in every direction is looking will. We b&ve had some very nice thowers to-day, and there is every appearance of the rain continuing. We are having most seasonable weather, and the farmers are in good FpiriiB. — An entertainment was held in the Wtslejan Chapel on Thursday evening last, when a very lengthy programme, consisting of carried out to tbe entire satisfaction of the large audience present. It being a beautiful moon light night, a number of visitors from Terowie snd Coglin were present. A refreshment stall at the rear of the chapel was presided over by Mrs. Alfred Coon, to whom great praise is due for the macy excellent things th&t were pro vided. The proceeds, amounting to something over £8, will, I believe, go towards paying off Ihe debt on the organ. — From wbat 1 can bear, a meeting is about to be held to consider the advisability of erecting an institute. Should...