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ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB. 'Psrkside, 2.30 p.m.,' the brief announce ment of the first meet of the season in connec tion with the Adelaide Hunt Club on Saturday, May SI, -was to many like the first nste of the torn to the hound, a pretty clear intimation that the members were once more invited to meet, and get to the end if they could. The poet who wrote, ' Few, few shall part where many mee s,' evidently had not bunting in his mind at the time, for the bigger the meet the bigger are the partings,asBrale. Partnership between man and horseisnotalwaysaseooiatedwithfixityof tenure. The crowd that mustered at the Parkside Hotel ob Saturday was a proof that the interest in hunting— even though it be the drag — is yearly increasing; and we -doubt, indeed, if the Saturday's -spin is not looked forward to with quite as keen an interest by those who go tanee as by those who follow the line. Tne club's first meet of the season was fixed for a some what earlier date than usual, owing to races, -which...

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DEPUTATIONS. INSOLVENCY COURT AT JAMESTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

DEPUTATIONS. INSOLVENCY COUET AT JAMES TOWN. An influential deputation waited en the Attorney-General (Hon. J. H. Symon) on Thursday morning, May 28, to advocate the establishment of an Insolvency Court at James town. Mr. E. Waed. M.P.. in introducing the deno tation, said his oslleagae, the Treasurer, who fully agreed with the objects of the deputation, was unable to be pceseat that rooming on ac- , count of official business. The Attorney General was aware that under the new Insol vency Act power was given to proclaim certain Local Oonrts in varions centres of population in the country courts of insolvency, and they asked him to oonsider the claims of Jamestown in thisrespectas being the most central and con venient township in the North for the establish sent of an Insolvency Court. Then the other . large townships north of Jamestown, such as Orroroo and Eurelia, would shortly be conneoted with Jamestown by rail, aud this afiorded them another argument. It had been intended to as...

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KAPUNDA RACES. Kapunda, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

KAPUNDA RACKS. rBv Telesranh.1 [From our own Oarreepondent.1 Sapnnda, May 23, The following are the acceptances for the undermentioned events : — Hakbic&f Hubdlbs.— Trigger, Pile's Abbot, Pegler's Oock-o'-the-Walk, SaviU's Lucy, Aitken's Clifton, Jack's the Lad, Beed's Taxaxaxaeum, Veao, Consternation, W. Gordon's Beppo, J. H. Aldridge'a Fictitious, Phosuix, J. F. Dufi'e Jumping Frog. KipijKi) a B amdicap.— O. Simpson's Lochaber, Coleman's Orystal, O'Dea's D.OJ)., Aitken's Gaepipe, Prglei's Oock-o'-the-Walk, Pile's Abbot, S. Ferry's Frank Hewitt, Beid's Bine man, J. H. Aldndge's iTctitionB, Monamara's Dutchman, Savill's The Eaven, Owen's Mallala, Gordon's Beppo. Free Handicap. — O. Simpson's Lochaber, Aitken's Gaspipe, O'Dea's D.OJ}., L. A. Harris's Tern Brown, Beid's Bifleman, S. Ferry's Frank Hewitt, Pegler's Priest, Savill's The Eaven, Owen's Mallala, J. O'Dea's Mermaid. Tovth Pxate.— Cock-o'-the-Walk, D.O.D. Handicap SteefkecejlSb.— Savill's Lnoy, Aitken's Cliftos, PUe's...

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A.R.C. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

A.B.O. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MSBIIHG. Stewards — Messrs. W.Oavenagh, JJ?., P. B. Ooglin, J.P., H. E. Downer, J.P., B. Ingleby, Q.O., W. F. Stock, JJP.. H. T. Morris, J.P., B. G. Blackmore, John Pile, J.P., H. Hughes, J.P., G. Bennett, W. Blaokler, Seth Ferry, W. E. Ford, T. Cowan, B. T. Moore, and Dr. Cawley. Judge — Mr. W. Blackler. Starter— Mr. S. Ferry. Oletk of Scales— Mr. M. C. Morris. Secretary— Mi. Jno. Harvey. The Queen's Birthday broke with anything but encouraging omens for those who were finan cially interested in the success of the Queen's Birthday Meeting on the old Adelaide Course. The heavy rains that fell daring the night were such as would gladden the hearts of tbe farmers in the northern districts and be welcomed by all but pleasure-seekers, bat when the raiKclonda began to shift as the morning opened, and a somewhat keen wind sprung up, the hopes of the committee, tbe booth holders, and tbe racing public were raised, and the fitful appearance of the sun about an hour b...

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DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT TORT AUGUSTA. Port Augusta, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT PORT AUGUSTA. [By Telegraph,] [From oar own Cerrespondent.l Port Augusta. Mav 27. A fearful tragedy was enaoted here last night, when a Greek named John Marritch fatally wounded his wife and severely wounded a man with, whom she was living. It appears that the wounded man, whose name is Louis Thompson, and who deserted from the Alfred Hawley a tear stro. went to PortPirie and there met Mrs. Marritoh and eloped with her. They have since been living together here in the railway yard. Marritoh some time ago heard that they weie stopping together in this plane, and threatened to murder them both. Last night, about eight o'olook, be went to the teat where they were living. He found Thompson stooping down at a wood-heap and immediately stabbed him from behind. The weapon struck the shoulder-blade of the man aud inflicted a fearful gash. Thompson then ran away, and Marritch fired a shot at him, bat missed. Msrritch's next proceeding waa to enter the test, wherejhe (tabb...

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SAD FATALITY AT COFFIN'S BAY. Fort Lincoln, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

SAD FATftXITY AT COFFIN'S BAY. FBy Telegraph.! [From our own Correspondent.] Fort Lincoln. Mbv 26. A sad accident has occurred at Coma's Bay. Mr. Elder, late of the Survey Office, sent news into Port Lincoln lost night that the captain of the Spindrift and a yonng female passenger haa been drowned. The craft ran in for shelter, and had lain there two days, with several passengers. About 5 p.m. on Tuesday a sister of the deceased, whose name has not transpired, the captain, and the deceased were on deck. The sister, a child thirteen years old, on going dowa into the cabin beard a splash, and saw both the captain and her sister go overboard. She tried to render assistance, and then called below. She Baw them tea or twelve yaxds from the vessel, but there was no lifebuoy on board and no ropes or boat available. Tbe crew tried to dear the boat, bat could not cut the lashings or raise the boom in time. The cook jumped overboard with a line. He reached the captain and made the line fast t...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. ORROROO, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

COUNTBY TELEQBAMB. [From our own Correspondents.] OEROEOO, May 26. Great disappointment is felt by a large sec tion of the community, and specially those who use the road from tbe outlying districts crossing the line of railway, on finding that Mr. Mais, tbe Bngineer-in-Ohief, considers that one cross ing is sufficient. This is one of the largest agricultural aistncts in aontn Australia, ana yet can have only one crossing, while a small village like Petersburgh is accommodated with three. Our members will surely see that the small corcession asked for— another crossing, as indicated in the memorial sent to the Govern ment — is granted to us. One crossing will be found totally inadequate for the traffic in any thing like a busy season. About 5,000 sheep passed by the township to-day. Had the railway line been fenced and the traffic going on to the same extent as in the wheat season these sheep would have been unable to cross tbe crossing sanctioned by the EDgineer-in-Ohief, as it lea...

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INDIAN SUMMARY. Bombay, Hay 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

INDIAN SUMMARY. Bombay. Mar 6. The territory of Southern Afghanistan to be left in the occupation of the Ameer is now in the banes of his representatives. General Hume having withdrawn the last o( his forces to Qbaman. Eighteen guns and a quantity of rifles presented by the Government to the Ameer have been sent to Kandahar. Already ruptures save ecourred between the inhabitants of Kan dahar and the Ameer's forces, the former re fusing to provide supplies without payment. Seports still continue contradictory respect ing Ayoub Khan's position and movements at Herat. The latest intelligence states he has lost confidence in his Herat troops, all of whom are being disarmed and disbanded. The Kandahar regiments at Herat are described as being very weak in numbers. All information, however, on this head is regarded as very unreliable. Although the Waziris have submitted a British expedition has been ordered to march through their country to overawe them by a display of force; any Malik re...

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Sporting News. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

$prfftt0 DMffa* TO CORRESPONDENTS. D. L.— Lord Harry was the favorite at 2 to 1, Banter's price being 4 to 1. The Birthday Cap has only to be won once by the same horse.

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AGRICULTURAL LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

AGRICULTURAL. LAND SELEC TIONS. The following selections were made at the Land Office daring the week ending Thursday, May ,26 inclusive, with 10 per cent, deposit: — At £1 per Acre. Hundred Davenport, County Frame — Section 72L,3£ acres, Thos. O'SuUivan, of Stirling North; section 780. 351 acres. Alfred Martin, of Part Augusta, engineer; section 750, 101 aores, Maggie Janet Cameron Coventry, of Stirling North; sections 755, 765, 763, 764, 893 acres. Andrew Tennant, of Glenelg, sheepfarmer; seo turn 772, 272 aores, Geo. Young, of Port Au gusta, clerk; section 807, 340 acres, John Hannagan, of Appila-Yarrowie, farmer. Hnnared Bivoli Bay, County Gray — Section 71, 43 acres, Johaon SUoss, of Oompton, farmer. Hundred Yarrow, CountyjNemjaatle— Sections 118, 119, and 120, 1,000 .acres, Arthur Edffin Joyce, of Wilmington, farmer. Hundred Lake Wangary, County Flinders— Section 285,401 aores, Jas, Sheppard, of South Bay, farmer. Hundred Pinda, County Frame— Section 89, 138; acres, Mary Marph...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND Albany, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT EINGt GEOBGE'S S0TJND. ? ? ? — - [Barter's Telegrams.] Albanr.Hav25. Tbe B.Mi3. Bokhara arrived here from Galle at 8.40 this morning. The following is her pOEEeDger-Iist: — For Adelaide— Mr. and Mrs. Risohbieth and family, Messrs. Squire and Ford. For Melbourne — Messrs. Hurst, Langan, Eaton, Batheoat, Prendergasr, Bourke, Brooks Bryan, Venaixd, Bigan, Jaokson, Tettey, McDougall (3), Mesdames Bourke and family, Tettey, McDougall and family. Masgrs. Figgs (2), Eaton, Searle, Gray (2;, McDougall, Chin holm. For Sydney— Messrs. Fitzpatriok, Sufferin, Thompson, Kamsay, Watts, Hay, Hammon, McKay (2), Freehurst, Aird, W&rdle, Mesdames Haonan, McKay, Aird, and family, Misses Hay (4), Mackay (3). EUROPEAN SUMMAEY. London, April 22. After an illness of three weeks, marked by many fluctuations, Lord Beaconsfield's condition finally ohanged seriously for the worse on the evening of the 18th inst. Death ensued at half-past 4 on the morning of the 19th inst...

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RACES TO COMB. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

BAOES TO COMS.1 JuHB. 1, 2. Kapckda Racks — Nominations May 2, 9, and 23. Acceptances Handicap and Steeple. May 23. 20. Ke-wmaeket (S.A.J.O.) Accession Kebtd xhg. 21. Mount Eemabkxelb Bacbs.— Nomina- tions. Mav 31. JuiY. 6. MOCKT GAMBIEB SlBEPiECHASE MeETINO. 23. V.B.O. WiNTEB STEBPIyECHASB MEETINO. — Entries, July 6. AT7GUST. 6. Dusk's Bibtkdat (S.A.J.O.; Newhahket Uebtimq. 0, 7. AJ&.G. WnrrsB Meeting. SkjjJIlk:M hHH, S.A.J.O. Spring Meeting. October. 29. V.B.O. Speinq MEETnra.— First day (Derby and Maiibymong Plate). November. 1. V.R.O. Spemo Meetesg (Gap Day).— Nominations fcr Melbourne Cap, Jane 6 ; weight*, June 22 ; forfeits, August 8 ; final payments, October 13. 3. V J&..Q. Spemq Msbtihg. — Third day (Oaks). 5. V.B.O. 8pedtg MEEriNG. — Fourth day (Steeplechase). General entries, October 13. Mat, 1882. B.AJ'.C. Adelaide Ctip MHBrura, Qaeen's Birthday aad following days.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

SPORTING NOTES. Immediately after the Hurdle race on Tues day Mr. Pegler said Oook-o'-tbe-Walk to Mr. B. ?ft'eekes for a good round sum, we believe £175. The sporting 'special' of the Australasian, so - well known throughout the colonies as ' Augur,' and in private ciroles as Mr. Chapman, arrived in Adelaide by the Aldmga from Mel bourne on Monday, for the purpose of attend ing the Queen's Birthday Meeting in the in terests of the paper that he has so long and ably represented. There was a large assemblage of sporting men at Mr. Barnard's new .Royal Horse Bazaar on Wednesday afternoon, May 25, when Mr. Bladder's second annual sale of Folium jeailings took place. A great deal of interest was manifested in the event, and in order to limit tbe attendance to probable purchasers a charge of one shilling admission was made, the proceeds being given to the Children's Hospital. Mr. J. H. Parr, who officiated as auctioneer, dilated on the success which had attended the Ooontrymaustook on the...

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HEW SOUTH WALES COURSING CLUB. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES OOUESING CLUB. IBv TelenaDh.1 [From our own Oorzespondent.] Sydney. May 25. The draw for the several events in sonneetwn with the intercolonial meeting task pUoe to-day as follows :— Et.Lkgeb Stakes.— Mayflower against Wel lington ; Mr. Weir's Hebe against Mr. E. Man ning's Fast Times ; Mesas, tee's Leanthe ?gaiDBt Hon. W. B. Bounsevell's Boulette; Messrs. Lee's Latest News against Mr. J. Weir's Wild Deer; Mr. Lamb's Lollypop against Air. J. Weir's Waterloo ; Mr. L. Tooth's Xelemaohus against Mr. S. Bhutan's Bargo ; Hon. W. B. Bounsevell's Ratifia against Mr. W. H. Lamb's Lark; Messrs. .Lord's Long Legs against Mr. B. L. Tooth's Teddington ; Messrs. G. L. * H. E. Lord's Lennox Love, a bye. Tse Istbbcoloioal Stakes. — Mr. W. Lamb's LanoashireLass asainst Hon. W, B.Boumevell's Rosy Fawn ; Mr. K. Fanning's Fairy Balle against Mr.W. lamb's nj.; Mr. A. L. Park ns.Hamiah against Mr. G. Whittingham's Styx ; Hon. T. Biomell ns. Bashful Maid against llr. W. K. Hall ns. Borneo...

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CALTOWIE, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

CALTOWIE. May 25. Sinoe X wrote my last letter the prospects of the farmers have very moch improved, as we have had splendid weather. The farmers are sowiDg as much of their land as possible. — Last' Sunday there took place what might be termed the first milita y funeral in the township. Mr. H. FurnisE, u private in the local rifle company, and a farmer in The district, after a short illness died on the 2 1st instant. The company, under the charge of Captain Lauienti, followed the remains of the-r late comrade to tbe grave, and at the conolu sion of the service, whioh was read by the Bev. Mr. Stewart, of Yongala, a detachment of the company fired three volleys. A large nnmber of people were present. — On the Queen's Birthday all the places of business were closed. The rifles turned out in fall dress for their field dsy. A handicap firing match took place be tween the members of the company,oommencing at 9a.m. At midday the company weremarohed into the town and pat through different ...

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ASSASSINATION BY EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

ASSASSINATION B? EXPJL0SIVE3. [From the IiocSon Gtolrt Of all the forms of assassination the most horrible and execrable is that which com passed the late murder of the Czar— the use of explosive machines or engines. Their effect cannot be confined to the person or persons aimed at, but must almost in evitably destroy many others who are not only innocent of any special crime but in no degree objects of hatred to the murderers themselves. The barbarity of thus con founding the unoffending bystanders with the supposed tyrant or enemy is so inhuman that we may sometimes feel disposed to doubt whether with Nihilists amongst us we are above or below the level of civiliza tion prevailing in savage countries. Un fertunatoly the progress of invention makes it continually more easy to accomplish this sort of assassination, whilst the ipmunity enjoyed by the conspirators in many cases seems thus far to show that the nee of infernal machines is safer than the use of the pistol or dagger. It i...

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THE VICTORIAN REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

mm THE VICTORIAN KEVIEW. The premier position in the May number of this magazine is occupied by an article on ' The Xiaw and its Reform,' contributed by Mr. John 33. Sheridan of this city. Mr. Sheridan, whose knowledge as a lawyer and ability as a writer are thoroughly recognised in this colony, is an enthusiast on law reform, which has been the subject of numerous articles from his pen published in these columns. The writer states that in dealing with this topic two aims aie to be kept steadily in view. — The obtaining an authoritative decision or judgment upon disputed questions (whether of fact or lawj as to rights or wrongs, and the administration or distribution and care of property. The former is a question of procedure only; the latter is a matter which concerns not only process bat also jedicial determination. In the opinion of Mr. Sheridan there is incontest able authority for saying that the desire for ' a little less law and a little more justice ' can in a great degree b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

? Money. ? BOBttOWEES.— MOJSTBY TO LEND, in Large or Small Sums, at Lowest Bates of Interest. ?W.WADHA&I&OO, The Australian Land Mait, King William-street. ? dxc O.NEY to LEND in sums to suit Borrowers at lowest r&tea of interest. FEBDK. 'WEIGHT, Financial Agent, 206cx307c Gresham Chambers Adelaide. MOMEY to LEND in large or small sums. Leans and Guarantees negotiated. ABTHUE CHAPMAN, . Licensed Land Broker and Estate Agent. ? Cowra Bnildinga, Grenf ell-street, dxc M' OJNiST 1O LEND on mortgage at onnent rates. All business uader Beal Property Act tranEacted. — Jas. O. Hawker and Son, licensed land brokers and enrveyors, Grfshiun Chambers, Adelaide. 138inaoxl41c Tfc/TONEr. MONET. MONET. £10000 TO LETCD atrfrom 7 FSB CENT., according to security} City, Suburban, or Country Lands. LYONS & LEADEB, x66s Imperial Gh&rabars.jg QKET Ofo LEND AT Q PEE CENT. On first-class securities. SHUTTLBWORTH & LETCHFOBD, LAKD, LOAN, AND ESIATE AGENTS, Wnt...

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The Little Folks. A LESSON FOR MAMMA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

Sbe little Jtfkf. A LESSOR FOR MAMMA, [Bt Ssrorer Da-tub.] -* Dear mamma, if you just ooold be A tiny little girl like me, And I your mamma, you would see How nice I'd be to you. i ~a always let yoa nave your way j I *d never frown at you, and say— 'You are behaving ill to-day ; Such conduct will not do.' ' I 'd always give yon jelly-take For breakfast, and I 'd never shake My bead and Bay— ♦ Ton must not take So very large a dice.' I 'd never say — 'My dear, I trust You will not make me say you must Bat np your oatmeal'; or 'The crust You'll find is very nice.' ' I 'd buy you candy every day; I 'd go down town with you. and say — ?What would my darling like? You may Have anything you aee.' I 'd never, say—* My pet, you know T is bad for health and teeth, and to Icannetletyouhavett. Ho; It would be wrong in me.' ' And every day I'd I6t you wear Your nicest dress, and never ore If it should get a great big tear ; I'd only say to you— :-4g£Sf 'My precious treasure, never mind, For lit...

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YANKALILLA, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

YANKaLILLA. May 23. Quito a gloom has been cast over the district by tbe announcement that a air. Bagshatr had hanged bimtelf. It seems that the deceased, who was well-known as a steady and industrious mas. had dinner as usual, and soon aftarmrda was fonnd hanging to a tree near the house. The unfortunate man leaves a wife and several children. An inquest will be held to-morrow. ? A splendid rain has fallen nearly all day, so that the ground is now thoroughly soaked, and tilling operations, which have been so long retarded, will be proceeded with vigorously.

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