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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR. APRIL, 1831. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

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Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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THE WANTS OF THE BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE WANTS OF THE BUBRA, On Thursday morning, April 21, Messrs. B. Bounsevell, ALP., and E. Ward, M.P., represent ing tbe district of the Burrs, waited on the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. G. O. ' Hawker, M.P.) with respect to a number of re quirements for that district. Mr. Mais, the' Kneineer-in-Chief. was alto in attendance. The first poitt introduced was with respect to a read at Yongala, closed through tbe construo- . tion of the new railway. Mr. Roumbevbli. pointed out that a great amoost of inconvenience was caused through the road being dosed, people being unable now to obtain water without' making a considerable detour. A large portion of the people living in the township thought the roadshould.be reopened, and Mr. Bounsevell confidently asked the Commissioner to consider the question. Mr. Wabd endorsed all Mr. Eouceevell had said, and the Comhisbioneb re plied that he would have a level-crossing made. Mr. BocHSEYELL next referred to the Yar eowie Station, which he desc...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, Adelaide, Saturday, April 23. EUROPEAN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

POSTAIi AKRANGEMENTS. Oenend Post-OSoe, Adelaide, Saturday, April 3t. BUBOPEAN.&o. English MaU via Sue*— The B.MS. Hydaspea will be dispatched with the mails for Western Australia, Ceylon, India, China, and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, and Mediterranean Ports, Europe, America, and the United Kingdom, on Wed nesday, AprU 37, at 5 p.m. The times appointed for closing are, for registered letters at 12 noon ; for ordinary letters at 2 p.m.; for newspapers at 1 p.m. Money orders payable in the United Kingdom will be issued np to 12 noon on Wednesday, April 27. The English mails for the abov* will close at Port Adelaide and Semaphore as follows:— For registered letters at 10 a.m.; for ordinary letters at 1 p.m.; for newspapers at 10 ajn. Late letters on which a late tee of 64. has been prepaid will be received at General Post Office up to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, AprU 27, aad at Gleaelg up to 4 p.m., or aooording to the time the mail steamer is s...

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BY SUBMARINE CABLE. THE LATE EARL BEACONSFIELD. London, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

[?] ADJELAIDE AM) I^RBOB tEEEGRA^H '? - ' .'.mi _ . . ' ' . ' r ' BY SUBMARINE GABLfl, . [SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.] IFrom our own Correspondent.] TDE LATE EARL BEACONSFIELD. London, A aril 20. The Tory Clubs throughout England have gone into mourninar as a tribute of respect lo the memory of the late Earl Beacons field.

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ARRIVAL OF WOOL. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ARRIVAL OF WOOL. London. April 20. Several ships laden -with wool, whose aTrival had been delayed by unfavorable ?weather, have now reached England, and brought 320,000 bales for the next series of sales.

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THE LATE EARTHQUAKE AT SCIOS. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE XATE EARTHQUAKE AT SCIOS. London-, April 20. ' The Bight Hon. G. J. Goschen, British Ambassador «t Constantinople, is making an uTgent appeal in England for relief for the remaining inhabitants of Scios after the recent terrible earthquake in that island. Many families have been reduced to a state of great destitution, and the distress among a great part of the popula tion is leported to 'be appalling.

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INSURRECTION IN ALBANIA. London, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

INSURRECTION IN ALBANIA. London, April 20. Intelligence has been received from Con stantinople to the effect that a serious in surrection having broken out at Suli, in Southern Albania,. Turkish forces were dis patched to the disaffected district, and suc -ceeded in suppressing: the revolt. The principal town, Mega Suli, is a moun tain fortress fifteen miles south-west of Janina, and the territory was claimed by the Greek Government, fcbut refused by the Porte during the recent negotiations at Constantinople for a rectifi cation of the frontier between Greece and Turkey. The Suliots are desirous that their country should form part of Greece, a-id are greatly dissatisfied at the results of the late ?conference. They have frequently expressed their determination to free themselves from Turkey, and in the war for the indepen dence of Greece a body of them fought at Slissolonghi against the Turks, and for a time were in the'pay of Lord Byron. A - stroBg force of Ottoman troops is now to...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] COMMERCIAL. London, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

KSSUTME8 TELEGBAM8A COMMERCIAL. London, April 20. The 5 per cent New South Wales loan is quoted at £113 ; the 5 per cent. New South Wales loan with 2 per cent, annual drawings is at £107 ; the New South AVales 4 per cents, are at £103.

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AMERICAN HARVEST PROSPECTS. NEW YORK, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AMERICAN HARVEST TROSPECTS. New York, April 20. The American harvest prospects are un favorable, the crops having been severely ?damaged by the frost.

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EARL BEACONSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

EARL BEACONSFDELD. The news of the death of Earl Beaconefield published by us this morning will scarcely take any one by surprise. When it was announced a few days ago that he was seriously ill, and that his medical advisers ?were in constant attendance upon him, most people believed that at his time of life the chanceB of his recovery were very limited. No person has occupied a larger share of public atten tion of late years than the Earl of Baa consfield, and the position he has occu pied in English politics and European diplomacy is unique. For a period of not less than half a century he has been prominently before the British public, and it is impossible to say how great bis influence has been in the Court of the Sovereign, the councils of the nation, and the destinies of his countrymen. Possessed of extraordinary natural and acquired abilities, united with a powerful and indomitable will, which fitted him to be a leader of men, he has made his mark in the history of his country...

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REMINISCENCES OF THOMAS CARLYLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

REMINISCENCES OF THOMAS CARLYLE. rFrom the London Times.! Such a voice as this from beyond the - rave has not been heard since the issue of the autobiography of John Stuart Mill. But Mr. Mill's study of his own mental de velopment had not' the profundity and fire of Mr. Carlyle's reminiscences. That was passionless, for the most part, and cold. The pathos was breathed into its revelations by the pity of the reader for the unconcious privations of the writer. In this the writer is never unconscious that he is himself the centre of his tale; he dips his pen deli berately in Lis own blood. If he is unfolding the character of his father James, in the week when he learnt he was an orphan, the narrative is an act more of feeling than of memory. If he is tracing the tragedy of Edward Irving he ?finds be cannot reach the roots of his friend's nature without laying bare his own heart's strings. If he seeks to show the nobility of the truest of wives he is forced to look into himself, where b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

' Yon bad better change that rug.'said a lady to her (errant ' Don't you think it carrobratta vith tte carpet in this way V was the response* It was the same girl who told her mistress that » gei,tUman with a, predicament in hit speech bail called to see her. Drapery and Clothing. NEW GOODS FOB AUTUMN AND WINIEE ,. SEASON. DRAPERY, CLOTHOra, SOOTS AND SHOES, IN GREAT VARIETY, sow opimimrct AT THE GOR3STBR, Bundle and Pulteney Streets. VAIIB Will be found J.T, FITCH SOOezSQle UTtTMN AND WIflTBB SHIPMENTS. J. MHXEK ANOSHSON & OO.. Having completed their arrangements for the approaching season, art? NOW SHOWING their EARLY WINTER SHIPMENTS. Selected by their Home Bayer in the London : and Continental Markets. J. M. A. & Co. call special attention to their unusually Large Stock of French Millinery Costumes Ladies' and Children's Ulsters Satis and Cashmere Skirts French Dress Goods, in Cashmeres, Osjnel hairs, Fonlles, Beiges, &e. Dress Plush, in all the leading c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Bnalneai gottoeau F, II. FAJJMUNG* CO.'S LUBRICATING OIL. TO PABHBBS, KACHIBriBXS, AND OTHBBS. -:. '-.' We t-vhe attention to our Xuhrioating OH, :-ibe£BUoB--fwhieh will go as far *? two gallons - ... ot soy other oil known. It keeps-every bearing always «kan ana iright Ik a the nnt ecoiomieal oil fortus or jab, being sent oat in drums only, by. whieh all leakage is avoided Bold by mil Storekeepers, and by F. H. I-ATTLDINO & CO., x?e ' ADKLAIDB. TJ« H. FAITLDING £ CO.* * BAKING POWDER. One Wai proves itreperior to any other lot making light and nutritious Bread, Oakea,«od GOEB FUBTHKB, IB HOEB EOONOMICAI. THAN aay etfaei Baking or Yeast Powder yet introduced. Sold in Packets, and in J-lb., J-Ib, and 1-lb. tin* by all Storekeepers. It is a family requisite both in Town'and Oountry.andu indispensable in the Buah. ' 7. H. FAULDDSfG & OO., iTtwr.aTnw. X129OXJ SlOHBBT AwAKS *HD EbH- MlSlX, PHTXIp BELEHLt EXHTBEadM 1878. ' J*«fcrAJtkn\ EXPRESSLY TOR. THB PATEHT KkITS TKura...

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TOUR OF THE BOHEMIANS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

TOOB OF THE BOHEM14KS. A large number of the Bohemians met ac cording to arrangement at 8 o'olook a.m. on Saturday, 16th iast , to proceed to Gnmeracha, or the purpose of playing a cricket match with the local team, and giving an entertainment in ine evening, aii tooee wno nau promised to - ome ansnered the roll call, and at about S.15 all were aboard and started on the journey in one of Messrs. Hill & Co.'s. basses, driven by Mr. Jonea, The journey up was enlivened by harmony from different members, every town ship en route being saluted with a chorus. At about 12 they arrived at Gomeracha, feeling all the better for the drive through the bracing morning air. The Gnmeracha team were all ready, and little or no time was lost in pitching the wickets. Captain Stow, of the Bohemians, won the toss and elected to go in first, and his eleven were all out for 42, Caterer only reaching double figures. The Gnmeracba team went in confident of victory, but the bowling of Stow and Cater...

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MACCLESFIELD EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MACCLISFIELD EIGHTEEN. Jss. Andereon,b. McSbane 1 John Anderson, c. Mitchell 0 b. Bevan ... 0 Hobin, b. Mitchell ... 2 not out ... 1 E. Davenport,b. McShane 11 c. Mitchell ... 3 H. Davenport, b. Mitchell 3 b. Phillips ... 1 C. Davenport, o. Jojner 0 c. Slight ... 3 Eenken.b. Mitchell ... 0 c.Mellor .. 0 Webb, c. and b. Mitchell 0 b. Phillips . 5 Murphy, b. Mitchell ... 2 b. Bevan ... 2 Leonard, b. Mitchell ... 0 b. Phillips ... 1 T. Boss, b. McShane ... 4 Anderson, b. Mitchell ... 0 not out ... 9 Grady, not out ? 4 not out ... 0 J. Boss, b. MoBhane ... 0 Lahiff, b. Mitchell ... 0 b. Bevan ... 0 Conigrave (Capt.), b. McShane ? 0 b. Bevan ... 0 Sundries ? 4 Sundries 6 Total ? 33 Ttl.llwkts. 31 Bowling Analysis. .Bails, nuns. Mdns. Wkts MoShane ... 72 23 1 7 Mitchell ? 67 4 10 10 Bevan ? 60 12 5 4 Phillips ? 60 13 3 6 NOBTH ADEIiAEDE. Joyner, b. Hobin ? ._ ... 3 Ayers,b. Leonard ? 13 Beresford,b. Hobin ? 3 Bennett, b. Leonard ? '., g Pelley, c. and b. Murphy ? 20 Bevan, c. Bobinron, b....

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VOLUNTEER SKIRMISHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

VOLUNTEER SKIRMISHING MATOH. Tbe second fekirmiahmg match in, connection ; with the Local Military Foiee took place at the Dry Creek ranges on Easter Monday, under the superintendence of the Commandant, Colonel Dowries. The conditions on this occasion were different from those of last year.. Three prizes were offered of £20, £10, and £5, to be competed for by ten men from each company of the Adelaide Bines; All the campanies were repre sented, and in addition a team of ton wai selected from the cavalry. Canvas targets, 12 feet by 6, weie erected, and the skirmishers advanced in extended order from 700 to 350 yards. Twenty rounds of ammunition were etrvedont to each man. The actual time occu pied from the bagle sounding 'commence firing' to 'cease firing' was as follows: — First advance, 70 seconds; firing, 30 do.; advancing, 50 do.; firing, 30 do.; retiring. 60 seconds; firing, 30 do.; advancing, ISO do. ; firing, 30 do. Officers were present in oharge of each team, Captain Grettou ...

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KORTH ADELAIDE v. TEE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Koeih Adewudb v. The South. The North Adelaide cricket club, as has been its custom for several years, commenced its annual trip in the South on Good Friday morn ing, and first proceeded to Willunga, where a local sixteen was met and easily defeated. The number of the team was to have been eighteen, uut m was ioubu unpos£inie to get tnat number, and as it was one of the visitors had to bepushed into their service. Mitchell's bowling, and tbe battiDg ol Aycrs and Phillips, were here the principal features. Leaving Willuoga after tea, a lovely moonlight drive brought them to Port Victor, where good accommodation was found at the Crown Hotel. On Saturday a southern fifteen was encountered on the ground at Encoun ter Bay, where a pitch little inferior to any on the oval was found. As mighi. jae ex pected tbe scoring was large, McSbane aaarly reaching the century by some gigantic hitting. The breakwater was visited several times, and a close inspection made of tbe works generally, and ve...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS, ABERDEEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ATHLETIC SPORTS, ABERDEEN. en Easter slonaay athletic sports were held at Aberdeen in Mr. B. Austin's pad dock, and passed off moat successfully. There was a very large attendance, it being estimated that between 600 or 700 people were present. Mr. Majger had a refreshment booth on tbe gronad and he appeared to be doing a good trade. The various events were well contested, nearly all being won en the poet, and the proceedings were enlivened by the Aberdeen Brass Band. The following is tbe programme : — 1C0 Yards Maiden it£oe.— Twelve starters. T. Boach and T. Lavaun ran a tie, but in the final heat Boach won. T. Boaob, £1 Is., T. Lavaun, 6s. Running High Jump.— Three competed. 'W. Oobb, £1 Is., 5 feet h inch ; G. Camp, 5s. ' 100 YardB Handicap.— Thirteen starters, T. T. Shortridge (scratch), £1 5s. ; W. Hughes (scratch), 7s. 6d. ? : Standing High Jump.— A. Walsh, 10?. 63., 3 feet 10 inches. 150 Yards Champion.— Four starters. T. T. Shortridge, £3. Pole-Leaping. — T. Skews, 15s., 8 f...

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CRICKET. HINDMARSH V. EDEN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

OKICKEr. Hlndmabsh v. Eden Vaixey. The Hindmarsh Olub favored the Eden Valley Club on Good Friday by playing a friendly game of cricket against fourteen of the latter, on their own oval, at Eden Valley. The Hind marsh team arrived about 1.30 p.m., aud the play commenced soon after 2. The day was cool and pleasant, and the match greatly en joyed by all parties. The stumps were drawn at 5 p.m., the game being drawn very slightly in favor of the Eden Valley Olub. At 6 p.m. a large company, including the criofceters and many of the residents and neigh boring farmerB, sat down to an excellent dinner prepared by Host McKeneie, of the Eden Valley Hotel. The chair was occuDied by Sr. Ajliffe, of Angasten, president of 'the club. The vice chair being taken by W. Vigar, JSEq , d.tr. Alter dinner the utual toasts were drank end responded to. Captain King re marked that tbe bowling on Eden Valley side was very good, much better than he had ex pected, and we are sore both bowling and field ing o...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS, JAMESTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ATHLETIC SPORTS, JAMB3TOWN. Easter Monday was quite a gala day at James town, ow'wg to the double attractions of ath letic sports and a dramatic entertainment. The sports were held on tbe Bslalie Agricultural bbow ground, a beautiful nay and the melodious strains of the Laura Band drawing a very large number of huliday-makcrfi to the gay and festive scene. In fact the committee not anticioatios such a great fuoeess had only provided 1,000 tickets, and long before the excitement was over tbeBe were all sold, and the gates thrown open. There was a good deal of growl, ing at the refusal of the committee to allow traps to enter, a refusal whioh was certainly detrimental to tie complete success of the arrangements, which in ether respects were most satisfactory to the general public. Con siderable excitement prevailed regarding the probable results of the big events, in consequence of the presence of crack competitors from Adelaide. The local men however, won the greater number of events...

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