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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Mar 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
QUEENSLAND. [From our own Correspondent.;) Brisbane, May 30. At the Gympie the Norm Glanmire crashing yielded 1,071 ounces of gold. A nugget has been found at Nebo weighing 116 ounces. A miner named Bolton has been fouad dead at the bottom of a shaft at Georgetown. The Zamora. with immigrants oa board, has arrived. The actors now engaged at tha Theatre Eoyal figured at the Polioe Court this morning, when much amusement was caused by a charge of obscene language preferred by a supernu merary. The case was dismissed. Tenders have been opened for the Bundaberg railway. The amount is £6,300 per mile, Tenders have also been opened for the Bunum line, the amount being £2,500 per mile. Brisbane, May 22. The new bowling rink has been opened with greet success. At Gympie rich specimens of quartz obtained from the Ho. 1 Fhce&ix are on view at the National Bank. They will yield three thousand ounces. A woman named Logan has harjgad herself at Mackay. She was insane. Two hnndred diggers...
THE GO-AS-YOU-PLEASE CONTEST IN MELBOURNE. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
THE GO-AS-TOTJ-PLEA.se CONTESr IN MELBOURNE rPtora our own Oorresponaent.l Mav 32. The forty-eight hours' go-as-you-please con test between Edwards aod Baker for Dr. L. L. Smith's champion belt and £50 a side atfcraofced a great number of spectators but night, when the finish took place at 11 o'clock. Bdwarda teemed weak dories the afternoon and evenintr. and between 8 and 9 o'cloek went off the track, ?when Baker gota. loogBteit,taiadeispitetheplucky effort of Edwards was never caught. The board at the finisk showed— Baker, 133 miles 12 laps ; Edwards, 183 miles 1 lay — the longest journey done in forty-eight hours on the colonial record. Edwards told tbe spectators that he had lost through tiie heavy work that he has lately done, he having covered nearly a thousand miles. He challenged Baker to another forty-eight hours ornx days' and nights' contest, and the chal lenge was accepted for the latter period. During the course of tha contest a ten-mile ?walking race tack place. Harris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
iBf 'How to SnxD ah Amjanra awd Pboitulblii BrBanra!!!'— Dye yonr old and faded clothe* and dresBee with Judson'a Dye*. Benovate your picture frames with Jadson's Odd Paint. Buamel your ffmrtgra, stoves, and fire irons witii Judson's Artist*' Black Sold everywhere. 8436^144x348*141 WT A SxBaxea Ogunaumcm. — A country man who bad not been in Adelaide tor 90 yean resolved to visit the city aad see for himself, amongst other *hTnff', the far-famed Sons aad Eider on top of Shieriaw^ Clothing and Tailor ing BsfaUubraent, Hlndley-rtree*. Requiring a suit «f elotbee he naturally went inside Shier law's extensive premise*. Imagine his smprias ttd delight to find amongst the crowd of basy purchasers an old neighbor and shipmate. He now advises everybody wishing to meet old aeqnaiBtameesto go to SMerUwi Tailoring and Clothing Depot for their clothing. dxa
COMMERCIAL. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
COMMERCIAL. London, May 20. Tin is f'8C 5s. per ton. Adelaide flour, per 280 lbs., es ware house, ie 33e. 6d. Mutton tallow is 36s. 6d. per cwt. The total quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,130,000 quarters. At the wool sales to-day, 10,200 bales were offered, and the market was firm. London, May 2L Adelaide wheat, per 406 lbs. ex ware house, is 46s. Beef tallow is 35s. per cwt. Tin is £85 10s. per ton. Wallaroo copper is £68 5s. per ton. At the wool sales to-day 3,200 hales were catalogued. The market was ex cited.
FRENCH ELECTIONS. PARIS, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
FRENCH ELECTIONS. Pabis. May 19. In the Chamber of Deputies the proposal to adopt the terutin de lute in 'connection.' with elections as favored, by M, Gambetta in lieu of the scrutin cFarrondissement affadvo* cated by President Grevy was brought for ward for discussion, A lengthy debate took place, with the result that the tarutin de iiste was adopted. The Ministry had pre viously resolved that each member should vote according to his convictions.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
Advice to Mothhbs! — Are yon broken la your rest by a nek child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and ? get a bottle of Mas. WorsLow's Soothccs Bvbup. It will relieve the poor sufferer im mediately. It is perfectly hartnleM and pleasant - to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving tbe child from pain, ana the little cherub awakes 'as bright at s button.1' It soothes the child, it softens the gams, allays all psin, relieve? wind, regulates the bowels, and ia the best known remedy for dyseatery and - diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs. WinslowV Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealeraeverywnere at Is. lid. pec b*tle 858oiok800» .Epps's Cocoa. — Gbateftjx. and Cost- , . fohtino.— ' By a thorough knowledge ol the natural laws which govern the operations of digea* v - tirm and nutrition, and bj a caret at application oftha One properties of well-selected Coma, Mr; 'Bops tarn ' pr-.v&edoar breakfast tables...
KONDOPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881
KONDOPARINGA. May 14.— Present— AIL Ors. Fox and Olat worthy retire by rotation, and Or. Oreig by ballot. Depasturing applications and fees to ba received as mraal. Mi. James Niool presented a memorial from residents of Prospect Hill askine council to accept the Mount Bphram burial ground aa a publio cemetery, and to pay all expenses connected with transfer of same; accepted. The new by-laws approved by tha Government were signed by chairman and clerk. Clerk to write to the Board of Main Boada and ask them not to do any new works on any of tha cross lines for tbe current year, but to Bpend all the available funds so as to finish the main road to the Goolwa, Payments, £79 63. 3d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881
Asticb to MoTHme!— Are you broken in your rest by a sick child sutaring with the pain of cutting teeth f Goat once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mbs. Wntatow's SoorHwe Sykcf. It will relieve the poor sufferer im mediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet (leap, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes 'as bright as a button.' It seethes the child, it softens the gums, allays all paia, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and ia the best knows remedy for dysemtery aad diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or otter cames. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup ia sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at la. lid. par fa*uo. «58M05ee« 45V' A Stuavgfb OouciiunrcH.— A county man who had not been in Adelaide for 20 yean resolved to visit the city and see (or himself, amongst other things, the far-famed Horse aad Eider on top of SUerlaw's Clothing and Tailor ing Establishment^ Hindley-street. Requiring asuitof clothes he naturally w...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. CALTOWIE, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [From our own Ootrespondent.] CALTOWIE, May 28. between tbe Caltowieand Watervale Eifls Com panies. The weather was favorable and the scoring very goad. Tbe distances were 200, 400, and 500 yards. There were ten men. a aide, and seven rounds were allowed at each range. Tbe Oaltonie grand total was 633, and thus of Watei vale 577, the former company thus win nirg by 56. CRYSTAL SEOOK, May 30. Mr. McSae, farmer, met with a nasty acci dent while going home in his trap. One of the wheels got in a hole, throwing him between the wheel and tbe buggy. He was dragged for a considerable distance. He escaped fortunstely with one large toe brokea, Had several very severe bruises. How he escaped so well seems quite a miracle. Another accident has happened this morning to a person named Harry McGsxgill, in the employ of Messrs. Crompton & Co. While crosBiog the Bocky River tbe horsea most have bolted and be got pulled out of tbe trap, which ran over both bis legs. I bav...
THE TRAGEDY AT PORT AUGUSTA. Port Augusta, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881
THE TKAGED Y AT POET AUGUSTA. nrrom oar -own Oorreroondent.1 Port Augusts. Hay 30. John Marritcb, Che man who oommitted the aavsge assault on his wife on Thursday, which resulted in hex death, was yesterday arrested by Sergeant Leahy aad Polioe-trooper Wbithen near the Chinaman's dam. The revolver with which the prisoner fired at Thompson was found on him, three of the chambers being loaded. He explained that he did not attempt to take hia own life after attacking his wife and Thompson, bnt stated, that when running away with the loaded revolver in bis hand he fell aad the re volver went off, shooting Ting in the nesk. When anested he vma very weak from loss of blood and want of food and water, neither of whioh ha bad tasted sinee the . crime was committed. The knife with whioh - the deed was committed has -been found, and the prisoner admits that it is the one he in flicted the wounds with. Ha also admits having shot the woman. Prisoner was brought up to-day at the Police Court bef...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881
SPORTING NOTES. We are .informed that the steeplechase mare lncy has been sold to Mr. Wheekes for 200 guineas. A very promising youngster, brother to Djtc tin, has beea purchased by a leading Sjata Australian sportsman. The settling over the late i-E.O. Sleeting took f lace on Monday May 30, and was on the whole b Eatufaetory one. la the evening Messrs. Haines and Prince, the trainer and owner of tlata, requested the members of Tattersalls to -Jrick champagne in honor of Mata's victory. Mr. Grainger, on behalf of those present, pro posed the nealtli of the gentlemen referred to, end is tbe course of a few appropriate remirka expressed a hope that considering the fact that Haw wag now in honorable hands the V.R.O. stewards might reconsider their treatment of the horse, and in future permit him to con test races on the now prohibited racecourses. Success to Hate and his owners was tbea drank, *nd Mr. Prince made a suitable response. Mr. J. H. Farr held a sale of the whole of Sic T. El...
THE A.R.C. MEETING. TRIED DAY: FRIDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881
THE A.E.C MESSING. Teied Bat : FaiDiY. May 27. The third, or off day, as it is called, of the A.B.O. races was specially favored as regarded weather, and compared most favorably in th» zeepect with the first two days of the mseting. There was, however, only a moderate attendance of the general public, cut the fair portion of the v-EUort,thongh but scantily represented, showed their appreciation of the blue sky and genial ?sunshine by appearing, for tbe most part, in dresses appropriate to the weather. The graad eiand was well patronised, and presented a pleasing contrast to its dismal appearanas on the Cup Day, when the inside, seen from a distance, mnch resembled s huge bed of Hack fungi, little else but the tops oC umbrellas being visible. The outside en closures, as on the Birthday,looked gay, and the many-colored Sags, extended by s freah breeze, and showing up well in the sunshine, helped to give quite a holiday appearance to the scene, so that in some respects tbe off-day was ...