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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. J. D. Willshire, J.P., R. E. Lucy, J.P., and — Dawes, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Wednesday, Afbil 20. [Before Mr. 8. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. J. D. Willahire, J.P., R. E. Luoy, J.P., and — Dawes, J.P.] Timothy Hearn, hanker, was charged with maliciously wonndiBg Alfred Orabb, at Ade laide, on April 18 last. Evidence was given from which it appeared that Hearn was seen to stab Orabb with a pocket-knife in the Blenheim Hotel. Orabb fell baot, and Hearn then ran away. Dr. Ellison deposed to examiningOrabb, who is at present in the Hospital, and finding a punctured wound on his back. He probed tbe wound and found it extended in an oblique direction for about an inch. He was progress* ing favorably, and was in no danger. Inspector Woodcock asked for a remand till Monday next, which was granted.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 14. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. E. T. Smith, M.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Thubsday. April 14. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. E. T. Smith, SUM Mate U'Hrten, John Seed, and Wm Banner were charged with stealing £14 in money, a pocketbook, value 2s., and a ' at, value 4s., the property of William Cochrane, at Adelaide, on April 11. It appeared that Cochrane went to tbe City Hotel, in Hindley-etreet, and from there went to the *' Willows' with the female prisoner. There he was joined by the male pri soners, ana arins: was sent tor. tie atterwaras fell asleepjSndonawakeninghennssed the money. Tbe female prisoner was afterwards arrested at Gawler for drunkenness and fined 10s., ia pay ment of which she offered a sovereign, and the officer on giving her change noticed an order for £60 protruding from her purse. This he took from her in spite of her resisting, and noticed complainant's name on it. He took her in oharge, and on receipt of a telegram from Adelaide arrested her on the charge ef stealing. In court Bonner denied having ever seen Ooehrane, and th...

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MORPHETT-STREET PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MOBPHETT-STBEKT PRIMITIVE METHO DIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL PIONIO. The teachers and children connected with this school and a number of friends had a pionio on the grounds of Mr. Duncan, of the Start. Tbe picnicers, numbering altogether about 250, left the chapel in large vans, and reached the grounds about 10 a.m. Varied amusements, inoluding athletic sports, were provided for tho young people, the programme being well arranged. The return home was safely accom plished by 7 o'clock, when tbe prizes won at tbe athletic sports weie distributed by Mr. Hopkins, the superintendent of the school. The prizes, which were numerous and valuable, were pre sented by friends of the school. Hearty cheers were given for the teachers, and also for Mr. Duncan, vho had so kindly allowed his grounds to be need for the occasion.

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HINTS FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

HINTS FOR FARMERS. Too Much Hat.— Filling a horse's rack with hay, as some persons do, and per mitting a constant supply to remain before him, is one of the most probable means of. producing disease, and the most positive to render animals unfit for fast work. Large supplies of hay have the effect of making the stomach large and weak ; the belly, in the course of time, becomes pendulous; not only does the stomach increase in capacity, but the huge intestines become enlarged also. Water as a Deodehizeb. — Water is a much better deodorizer than is generally supposed. It has great absorbing capacitv. Fresh water running through a milk-room keeps it free from odors. Standing water soon becomes charged with odors, and then gives them off again. Water used in a milk -loom to cool the milk is a great purifier, but must not be allowed to stand more than twelve hours before being re moved. — Fanntri Advocate. A Tonic Powder. — A very good tonic powder for horses and cows, is made as follows ...

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GOODWOOD PARK PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

GOODWOOD PABE PBIMITIVB MBTHO DI8T SUNDAY-SCHOOL. .The Goodwood Park Primitive Methodist Sunday-school anniversary was held on Sunday . and Monday, April 17 and. 18. The Bev. H. Morgan, Baptist minister, of Hindmarsb, preached the ''''?nul sermons. The school pic nic was held on Monday, in Mr. Larner's grounds, at TJnley Park. There was a very good muster of scholars, teaohers, and visitors, who all appeared to thoroughly enjoy themselves in the various amusements which were provided. Ibree cheers were given for Mr. Larner and family before the party left the grounds. The tea and public meetings in the chapel were well attended. Mr. E. Boss presided at the public meeting. Appropriate addresEes were given by Messrs. Vale and Gidley and the Bev. J. Good win. Suitable recitations and melodies were given by the children, Mr. F. Ward presiding at the harmonium. *

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Horticulture. REPORT ON THE BOTANIC GARDENS.—SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Mijrficttlteie* REPORT ON THE BOTANIC GAB DENS.— SECOND ARTICLE. The Botanic Gardens is the only establishment in the colony that can boast of having a good collection of Orchids. The extremely high price of this famfljr ; deters private people from entering largely into their cultivation. When Orchids caa be had at a cheap rate no garden of more ; than average pretension will be without them. When out of bloom the Orchids ; are a very uninteresting class, and on that ? ' account would be the least likely to strike the non-prof eEaonal eye as being -wlnaUe.' Their price however is, in comparison with other plants, very high; andEnglish writers- assert that good specimen plants will always command a high figure. If plants wera imported direct to this country they would ? soen become cheap, because we have thd climate to favor their establishment, whicb European gardeners have not— seeing ftafc it cost the Messrs. Low, of Clapton, neat London, £100 for fuel alone for the month: cf Jan...

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UNLEY WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

TJNLEY WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL. The annual picnio ia connection with the TJnley Wesleyas Sunday-school was held on Easter Monday. The scholars with theirfriendn, numbering over 200, were conveyed to the grounds of the Hon. John Orozier in vans sup plied by Messrs. Graves & Oo. A most enjoyable day was spent, the usual games and pastimes being indulged in. Before leaving a vote of thanks and three cheers were given for the Hon. J, Crozier for the use of the grounds. The Bev. B. Kelly was present during the whole of the day. The picnicers reached home in safety well satisfied with their day's outiog.

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FRANKLIN-STREET WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

FRAKKLIN-STREET WESLEY AN SUNDAY-SCHOOL. , On Baster Monday the scholars and teachers of the Franklin-street Wesleyan Sunday-school, to the number of about 300 held their annual gathering at Bickham Grange, the residence of Mr. B. A. Short. The amusements customary on such occasions were entered into, and aU seemed to enjoy the day's pleasure.

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THE CATHOLIC PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE CATHOLIC PICNIC. The Catholic picnic in aid of the funds of the Orphanage was held on the Kensington Oval on Easter Monday, April 18. In the morning a procession of five tramcars, the leading one of which contained the Hibernian OathoIieSooiety's band, left the terminus and srooeeded to the oval, where various snorts were indulged in with a zest and vigor that showed the' picnicers had come out with the intention of enjoying them selves. The weather was all that oould be de tired, end this combined with the piotnresijue ness of the locality and its accessibility had the effect of bringing a much larger number of people out than is usually seen on such occasions. A long programme of sports was arranged and carried ont in a very efficient manner under the direction of Mr. J. Deeney. Several of the com petitions were not only well contested but were also provocative of considerable laughter. Ample proviMen was made for the dispensation ot creature comforts, and notwithstanding the ...

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PICNIC AT MAGILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

PICNIC AT HAGILti. On Easter Monday the united church of at.! George's (Magill), St. Martin's (Oampbelltown), and 8t. John's (Morialta) held a pionis in Captain Scott's paddock. The children belong-' ing to the several churches to the number of about two hundred marched to the scene of the jcBwvicieB,wxiiGuuBiburocaaDouEnaiiainiiexrom Magill, and there they were joined during the day by about one hundred and fifty adults. On arrival at the ground the various games inci dental to such gatherings were entered into with zest, and cricket, football, twos-and-threes, croquet, and snch like pastimes were largely patronised. There was a bazaar for the sale of fancy goods on the ground presided over by tbe Misses Honuer, Nile, Murray and Ournoir, and these ladies by their untiring efforts cleared a large number of the goods. The proceedings, which were altogether of a very enjoyable character were enlivened by the strain*, of a brass band. Towards evening, after tea had been par- , token of...

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PICNIC AT SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

PICNIC AT SALISBURY. The children attending the Sunday-schools \ connected with tbe Congregational and Baptist j churches of Port Adelaide went for a picnic on Monday to Salisbury, tbe ground being kindly ; lent te them by Mr. Jobn Harvey. Tbe children \ with their friends from the Congregational' Chnrch numbered over 400, and were under the ! superintendence ef tha Rev. J. 0. Kirby (minister) and Mr. Fennell. About 250 children, ! under tke care of the Bev. M. Lloyd, went from - the Baptist Church. The juveniles amused1 themselves in the usual way, the beautiful weather enabling them to make the best of then day's outing. Amongst other things a good pro- ; gransnse of sports was gone through, and a nnm- ! ber of prizes were awarded. The children re-' turned safely to the Port about 6 o'clock: in the evening.

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ALBERTON BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ALEEETON BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The anniversary services of the Albarton Baptist Sunday-school were held on Easter Sun day, when two effective sermons weie preached to large congregations, in the morning by the Bev. O. Copland, of North Adelaide; in the; evening by the Bev. J.C. Kirby, of Port Ade laide. In the afternoon the Bev. J. Price, of the Semaphore, delivered a very interesting and edifying address to the Sunday-school children,1 at which service there was a large audience, in-: eluding the Alberton Wesleyan School, who were there by special invitation. The scholars, under the leadership of Mr. G. Filsell, sang ex- . ceedisgly well, Mr. W.James presiding at the' harmonium. On Easter Monday the scholars and ftiens's, to tbe number of about 360, pro ceeded by special train to the Salisbury station, and thence to the grounds of Mr. J. Hunt, kindly lent by that gentleman for the occasion. During the morning various amusements were entered into by the scholars with great zest, su...

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AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AT POBT ADELAIDE. ?Although there were a few more people abont the Port on Monday than is generally the ease . on holidays, yet tbe place was very quiet, and , nothing in tbe way of amusement was indulged ' in save a little Ashing. In the morning the central wharfs were alive with excuxsionisto ! over the water, and tbe steamers Euro and Ade laide went away to Bdithburgh and' tSlenelg respectively, both being well filled. Trauqullity then reigned supreme, and continued until-the return ol the steamers in the evening.

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AT THE SEMAPHORE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AT THE SEUAPHOBE. This popular place of resort attracted crowds of people, every train bringing down a full load until the jetty and beach were simply thronged. The steam-lannohes took out numbers of excur sionists on the briny, the trips being greatly enjoyed. The weather was beautifully fine, and Easter Monday, this year, will be remem bered as a red letter-day in tbe annals of the Semaphore. The only accident worth recording was the capsize of a boat on the flats, bat a wetting for those who had charge of it was the only result.

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SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEM3. No. 495 (Laws). Q to B8. No. 590 (Beechey). QtoK2. No. 597 (Young). QtoQ7. No. 598 (Pongraoz). Kt to QB2 K to B3. (a) BtoBS E takes B Q to QB7 (VtoK4 BtoKt8ch Any Q to Q 5

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PROBLEM No. 606. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

PROBLEM Ho. 60S. By D. W. Olark, Siberia, {Chess Monthly.) BLACK. ? WHXTB. White to play and mate in two moves.

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THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE BAH.WAYB. The railways were well patronised on Mon day, carrying a large number of pleaiure-seekers to different places. On the old Glenelg line, 4.500 people travelled during the -day ; on the Holdfast Bay line, 6,000; on the Part line, 20,000 ; and on the Worth railway, 4,009.

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

Why a doofJaail is any^nlbre dead «uan adoor ?'? ?? must be because it hasJpBi hit o&Jthe head. Tradesman (to comtry customer 'who has come to complain of the quality -of bis lucifer ' - ? -- matches)— 'Not light? Why, I iaveonlyto .5 draw them smartly across my cord, bre&che*, . ^ . and they blaze instantly.' OutametT^^Wv-'^.^:.. but whsfs that to me ? I can't come ^SsSSkSSSs^.-; o' ftor mile fer your old breeches. e?ery$aWJsglg- we'wwitsalifcht.' ''^HS

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THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OF FRANCE. Another fine game from this important : tourney -with a remarkably pretty ending, by M. de Kivie're. We are again indebted to the Field for the mores and accompany ing notes : — WBITH. BLACC. M. Obemdorfer. M. de Biriire. 1. PtoK4 ? l.FtoK4 2. EttoKB3 2. KttoQBS 8.BtoKt6 3. KttoB3 . 4,PtoQ3 4.KttoQ5(-z) 5. BtoB4({; 5.PtoQ4(c) 6. Kt takes Kt 6. P takes B 7. KttoKB3 7. BteQKt5ch(-n 8. K.t to B 3 (e) 8. BtoKt5 9. Castles 9. PtoBS 10. P to K B 3 10. B to B 4 11. BtoKt5 11. QtoR4(/) 12.QtoK2 12. P takes P 13. P takes P 13. Oastles (Q) 14. K B to Q B sq 14. K to Kt sq 15. PtoQBS 15. BtoK2 18. PtoQKt4 16. QtoB2 17.BtoK3(?) 17.QtoQ3(A) 18. R to Q eq 18. P to K JS 3 19. BtoQBS 19. QtoK3 20. QtoK8 20. Stakes B 21. P takes B 21. PtoKKt4 23. KRtoKtsq(i) 28. P4oKt5 28. KttoKtq 23. P takes P 24. BtoKt 2(/) 24. P take* P 25. PtoB4 35. P takes P 26.' Q takes Fob 86. KtoBsq 27.QRtoKtsq 27. BtoQ2 28. QtoR2(*) 88BtoKt3 28. KttoB4 29. KttoKtS 30. QtoKt3 30. PtoKR4 31....

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AGRKJULTURAL NOTES. Considerable disappointment lias been felt lately at tfee repeated non-fulfilment of promises of ?''' which lave appeared in the. ekiee. Tree some showers hare fallen, stuI WhftTevpT tbis has been the case tbev iave been moat -acceptable; bat a general and copious downpour is now much wanted. From ^/ictoria we learn thai ploughing Is being -carried on with vigor in aU,parts of the.coloay, the ground bein.r in ?excellent order and .the -weather favorable for. .field-work. ' In distracts which were blessed with a good fall at the commence ment of the season the crops already above gscund are locking healthy, and .give eveiy promise of doing well should they escape frost, which it appears has already dose seme amount of damage. The fareak-cp of the drought in New South 'Wales has put the farmers in good spirits, And the same may be -said of Queensland. In England the weather had, according to advices received by the last mail, been any thing but favorette for the ag...

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