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Agriculture, &c. APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

%mwh(Xtt &£. APPROACHING LAND SALES. April 28.— Offer for credit aeleotioB Una in Sunorede of Goyder, Sobers, Thbtte Uud, -Jrarier,¥«rrah,aBd Bamdioota,and odd blocks in Hundreds of Wirrega, Olinton, Monsrto, and SbcDonnell* : May If .—Offer for credit selection land in Hundred* of 'Woolyanv Naokara, Tecowio, Melville, andiSurelia, and odd blocks in Hun dreds of Nappexby,Tatiar», Yarauyacka, Min lin»wie,fteeling,Buraett,£ing, Wonna, and OnkapariDga.

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AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS. [From Scribntfs ManazineA Pabt L Within the past few years there has ap peared on our Atlantic coast a steamship, flying the national flag, that was neither war ship, revenue cutter, nor senatorial pleasure boat. The fishing population along- the shore viewed the strange steamer with mingled contempt and distrust. They could under stand a gun-boat, hut the new shio. sailed by naval officers, and -with a party of naturalists for passengers, seamed only a new style of governmental extravagance or folly. They could not see the use of a boat armed OBly with dredgea, and with bottles of alcohol for a cara;o. Tke lish-hawh wentherway,regardleE6 of opinion, dredged the deep sea, brought up wonders never seen before, experimented on the local fishes, and hatched millions of young fish and placed them in the water out of the reach of their enemies ; finally, she discovered a new fish, and taught the fishermen how to catch it. Then the fiehing people awoke to...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. Yajihowib, A well-attended meeting of the Yarrowie branch of the Farmers' Association was held at the Tanowie Hotel on Saturday evening, April 16, there bong upwards oi 25 farmers present. The chairman (Mr. Franou) presided. On tee minutes of the last general meeting, tcgetber with those of a special meeting, being read , the chairman explained that at the former meeting they bad chosen candidates for the House of Assembly. After the candidates had addressed a meeting a special meeting wag called to reconsider the matter, bat the result was the same as at the first meeting. Correspondence was read as follows: — From Booleroo branch, asking which of the candidates the branch would support, arid suggesting a. delegate's meeting te be held at Melrose for the purprce of deciding the matter. Toe Chairman e&id the letter hod come to hand after they had decided the matter, and he did not think it necessary for the branch to send s delega...

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R.M. STEAMERS. GALLE, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

R.M. STEAMERS'. Gallb, April 15. The R.M.S. Brindisi, which left Ade laide March 18, arrived here to-day. The R.M.S. Khedive sailed to-day for Adelaide.

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THE S.S. ROMA. COLOMBO, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE S.S. ROMA. Colombo. April 16. The s.s. Roma arrived yesterday en route for Queensland ports.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

COMMERCIAL. London, April 14. : In the Bank of England returns the pro portion of reserve to liabilities is 41 per cent. The total reserve in notes and bullion is £14,500,000... . , , The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,560,000 quarters.

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IMPROVEMENT OF EARL BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

IMPROVEMENT OF EARL BEACONSFIELD. ? ' - ' London, April 16. *- Ihe latest bulletin respecting Lord Beaconsfield is of . a favorable character. His strength is stated to be steadily in creasing, and his lordship's attendants are of opinion that he has made a decided rally towards recovery during the hist twenty four hours. s ' ' -.;

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GREECE AND TURKEY. ATHENS, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

GREECE AND TURKEY. Athens, April 16. ' The conditions which the Hellene Govern ment have accepted and the proposals oi the Porte regarding the new frontier between the two countries - are expressed, in -very ambiguous terms, and it is feared there will be delay in the final settlement of the difficulty.

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THE S.S. ACONCAGUA. SUEZ, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE S.S. ACONCAGUA. Suez, April 16. The s.s. Aconcagua, which left Adelaide on March 19, arrived here yesterday en route for London.

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

'WHIilAMSTOWS BAOBS. [By Telegraph/] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne. AdhI 18. The Easter meeting of the Wflliamstown Eaoing Olob took place to-day with the follow- . ing results i — l Handicap Hcbdles.— Nimrod 1, Cumber land 2, Sardine 3. Won by a length. ?Altoju Handicap. — Josephine 1, Bilflla 8, Constellation 3. Won by a length. Thsgbaph; Stakes.— Blantjre l,Nnnnykirk ?, Silver Tail 3. Gaixowat Stakes.— Maggie Moore 1, Laura ?,Paddv3. Won by a length. Ekafobb Handicap. — Winrd 1, Sea Serpent 5, Last Light 3. Won by two lengths.

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IMPROVEMENT OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

IMPROVEMENT OF LORDBEACOXS FIBLD. London, April 16. :: The bulletin issued last night by the physicians of Earl Beaconsfield. was again satisfactory. His lordship is progressing favorably, and is steadily regaining his strength. - ?'?

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FRUIT EXPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

FRUIT EXPORTATION. The Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society have lately endeavored by advertis ment to induce fruit producers in the colony to experiment at the society's expense in fruit exportation without any satisfactory response being made to their offer. It might be thought a matter of great moment to fruit-growerd that a good reliable outlet should be obtained for taeir crops by which a more profitable and at the same time a safer return would be secured for their investments and labors ; and this is what they are told they have to expect from exporting their produce to Eurone. But the fruit produced in this colony at present is not sufficient to supply our own requirements, and has not been since jam factories and other fruitpre serving -works have beeu established in con siderable numbers. Moreover, our fruit preserving: industry is by no means confined to the establishments specially set apait for thiB purpose and that rank as manufactories, fora great quantity of ...

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AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. [By Telegragh.] [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, April 18. FIST DAY.—EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AUSTRALIAN JOOKBT OLUB UKkUMik'' _ £By Telegraph.] . - {Trom our own Correspondent.] : ? « ?» Sjdney.AsdlMLv-.V First Day.— Kasteb UIokdat. : -s There was a very large attendance »t Baod wick to-day. The weather ins fine, but tnera ?'? ?were threatening clouds that -foretold showers before the meeting is brought to aobndusion/ ' ' ????-?? ?? SUBDLE HACB, ? ? ; :-.? Off sovs. each, lft, with 100 sbvs.«dded. ' Two mites and a half. . ? ? - - ???????'? Mr.B.7eUettrs President, 11 at _ 1' ' Mr.Wellman's81eet,8st.71bs. .„?*'- Mr.lTnderhill'8Wrangler,flst.21bs. 3 ' ' There 'were eleven starters. ' Time, 5 min. 35 sees. - ' ! ' - ATJTCrjQT STAKSS, ' ' ' '' ? :' Of 10 tovB. each, 1 It., witb. 150eOTi.»aaad. One mile end a half. * ~ . ???'--t- . : ...-\ Mr. J. Morrison's Wellington '„. l'V -' Mr. Boy d's Braid wood ' ' ... ... *S Only two starters. - ' : ? ' ' ? Time, 2 min. 68 J sees. - ' ;' »0'/-CABTBB HABDICAP. . ' ' '-. '?? Of S eovb. rju-h, 1 ft, with' 100 bots. aaaed. ' Onemileanriafur...

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S.A.J.O. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

8AJ.O. AUTUMN MKETTNO. The following are the acceptances for ths two principal events, subject alse to aooeptanoe i made in Melbourne and Sydney :— Adelaide Cup. — Two mile*. »tlb. «t.lb. Snwarrow ... 8 7 Bothschild ...6 9 First Water ... 8 6 Totalizator ...6 7 The Vagabond 8 0 Venus .„ ... 0 5 ' Bivalry —77 Lady Melissa _ 8 5 Lothair ? 7 7 StrnckOU ._ 6 O Loohaber ... 7 5 Alethe ._ ... S 10 Pawnbroker ... 7 4 D.O.D. ^ m S T ' Trevallyn ...7 2' ' ' ' Goodwood Handicap.— One mile. ' ' Sowarrow ... 9 O Country Girl „. 8 IS ; Waterford ... 8 10 Bin ? (U The Vagabond 8 5 Miss Harriett... 610 Bivalry .... 8 4 StrackOil '... « 10.; Oamballo ... « 4 Alethe ... ... '8 **' Pawnbroker ... 8 0 Aiblins... ...-{ 5 Lothair ... 7 12 Silver Thread... 6 JT Trevallyn ... 7 10 Voam Sell ...6 0 Lochaber ... 7 10 B.t,byHonartish ' The Englishman 7 8 — Banee ™ 0 O Britamua ... 7 7 Priest... ... 5 12 Eothschild ... 7 fi D.OJD.™ ... 510 ; Totalizator ... 7 2 Don VeateaM ;¥30 - Bsranv-mMneUer7 0 '': '*'?'?*...

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ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ADELAIDE BAOING OLUB. The following are the nominatdoHB for the minor handicaps in the programme of the Ade laide Bacing Olub's May Meeting, to be held on the Old Course -.— ' TRIAL HANDICAP. Mr. W. Pile's ohJ. Aside Firmin, S yrs. Mr. W. Pile's br.c. Spectra, 3 yrs. Mr. Jno. Crooer, jan.'s br.f . Baby, 2 yrs. Mr. Jno.H. Hill's bjn. Maid of All Work, 4 JI8. Mr. B. Love's b.e. Topac, 2 yrs. Mr. W. Pile's b.m. Country Girl, 4 yrs. : Mr. T. Jaokson's ro.m. Silver Thread, 4 yra. Mr. B. G. Blackmore's bi Oration, 2 yrs. Mr. P. B. Coglin's br.t. Beau Ideal, 3 yrs. Mr. P. B.Ooglin'sb.or rot BoBticLaBS,8yrs. Mr.B. T. Beid'a b,f .San&oweT.a yts Mr. E. T. Eeid's br.f . Maid of Troy, 2 yrs. Mr. 'W. B. Dakin nB. ch.f. Ursula, 3 yrs. Mr. W. B. Dafedn us. ch.o. Shylock, 2 yrs. Mr. T. Jordan's b.c. Claimant, 2 yrs. Mr. T. Jordan's b.g. Spree, 8 yrs. Mr. T. Jordan's bjn. Bivalry, 4 yra. Mr. P. B. Ooglin'a b.f . Amphitrite, S yrs. Mr. W. Acker's b g. Struck Oil, aged. Mr. H. Totbill'a b.c. P...

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

SPORTING NOTES. The general entries for the Queen's Birthday meeting closed on Tuesday, and it will be seen that they are numerous enough to promise an important meeting if tbe acceptances Bhould prove satisfactory. A series of pigeon-shooting matohes took place on Good Friday in the large paddock near tbe Waverley Hotel at Farkside. The shooting was commenced at lOrfolock in the morning and continued till near S in the afternoon. Mr. Pinchbeck, of the Waverley Hotel, provided trie birds, and the proceedings were oonducted under the rules of the Ballarat Gun Olub. The first eweepetake was won by Mr. K. Robertson, Messrs. J. Robertson and Brain dividing second money. The second^sweep was won by Mr. J. Wisdom, MesBis. Jones and Thompson dividing second honers. The third sweep was won by Mr, Kingsl&nd, and the Consolation S rakes by Mr. J. Brant. In connection with the Adelaide Cap Meeting we are informed by Mr. Barnard that arrange ments have been made with the railway com pan...

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RELAPSE OF EARL BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

RELAPSE OF EA.KL BEACONS FIELD. London, April 18. j A bulletin issued to-night by the ph.; td cians in attendance on the Earl of Beacaus field reports that a yery serious relapse hat taken place in* his lordship's condition, 'which is now extremely critical.- '

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Sporting News. RACES TO COOKS. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

^ffirfmg fte. BAOES TO OOSIS.; Mat. 6,6.7. SJLJ.O. Adelaide Cup MHBrnra. 24, 26, 27. 28. A&JO. Qobuw's Biethday Mebtlsg. — Nominations Hurdles and Steeple April 12. 24. Ornmmnmr Gnsis Races.— Nominations, April 26 ; acceptances. May 10 ; general eatriea, May 20. 24. Pekdta Backs. Juira. 1, S. Kapbuda Races. — Nominations May 2, 9. and 23. Acceptances Handicap and Steeple, May 23. 2«. Ke-wuabmt (3.A..J.O.) Accession K*hi IKG. Jctr. 6. Moukt Gambibb Steeplechase Mbkhko.* 23. T.K.O. Wjcnteb Stkhplbchase MaBrnra. —Entries, July 6. August. 6. Duzb's Btbtedat (BA..J.C.) Nbwuaekbt Meeting. 6, 7. AJC.C. Winthe MEBrnta. S.A.J.C. Spbdio Meeting. Octobee. 29. V.E.O. Spuing Meettno.— First day (Derby and Maribymong Plate). November. 1. V.E.O. Spbihg Mbbtimo (Oap Djy). ? Nominations for Melbeorne Cap, June 6; weights, June 22 ; forfeits, August 8, October 13. 3. V.E.C. Spring Meeting. — Third day (Osks). * 5. V.E.O. Ppbuto Meeitno. — Fourth day (.Steeplechase). General entries, October 1...

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EVACUATION OF KANDAHAR. CALCUTTA, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

EVACUATION OF KANDAHAR. Caicutta, April 16. ? Information was received to-day from Kandahar which states that tiuj evacuation of that city by British --troops is bow pro ceeding, the Goyf-rament having resolved to hand the place to the Ameer. It is intended, however, to leave ia certain force in Afghan territory, and the vicinity of the Bolan Pass has been selected as a per manent station to be occupied by the British. . , '. -.-.

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Poultry. USEFUL GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

§0nlirg- USEFUL GLEANINGrS. Wahm Food for Hens. — The value of a warm meal for hens cannot be over esti mated. The cost need be little or nothing. Vegetable parings and kitchen refus9 of all kinds boiled soft and thickened with brau is all that is necessary. Do not give more at a time than they will eat clean. Try it, and see it you qo not get more egga. Cohtbolling PotrLTBr. — The work necessary to bring poultry under proper control is inexpensive and easy of accom plishment. First there must be a separation between roosting and laying houses. Nest a few rails and posts should be erected, and a wire netting fence tacked to them, so as to form a yard outtide and around tbe houses. In this yard the fowls should be fed morning aud night, and they should be retained therein until about one o'clock, when laying is generally over. After that time they may be let out for play and for an afternoon's EtioU, care- bsin;r taktfn to bring them all back again to their quarters before dark. A fe...

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