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SPORTING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

SFORTDCG IN ENGL.V.VO. FBy Westok.'i CoLtis-aing cor etadies in stud lore it If ira- . icsrihle to ttil noticing how certain Uerfey yews tttfcd out prominently for tbe anbiequeuss'a? oeceee at the ttud of tceir performers. Aad sad greatest cf thtm all was ttie year ot B«y Jlid dietcn ; but not to the wiener ao muzu » xo these «bo 6ni--hed behind him do tbe bighms benor* pertain. And noticing that Mr. ttaaa Wehfter is advertising Mouseigneur ire arts rtnmiC'td of tbetecona toB»y Aliddleton, vii , Gladiator. Tbis nun of Ptrtitun wi» cjveri^g in 1641 for tbe moderate fee of 12 cuiceas nca; Ycrk. Theio mast have bees in »2o-o dejs a Unctiicy to undtrvalae the blooi, tir Glaucut vas nor- ia favor, and anotber l**r tiean bone, Veuison, was only at 10 gcinss*. Viewed by the light tf late events tbi* should teach tbe leeeou not to form too natty «i opinion of stout borsse, well bred, as time saeina to bring the rigbt form oae. Giaucus, for in ?tanoe, was great gnndsire of Vermont, sire ol B...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN RACE. First Day: Tuesday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

SOUTH AUSTKAMAN JOCEEy QLXJB AUTUMN RACS3. Fibet Day : Tuesday, May 3. Stewsrde — Sir John Morphett, Hon. John Crcrier, Mr. W. B. Bounsevell, M.P., Mr. F. W. Stokes, Hon. G. O. Hawker, Hon. E.G. Baker, Mr. P. Levi, Mr. H. B. Hnghes. Judge-Mr. E. SI. Bagot. Starter— Mr. John McDonald. Hbbc icapper— Mr. Henry Hughes. Secretary — Mr. S. Barnard. The morning of Tuesday, May 3— the opening day of the S.AJ.C. Autumn Meeting— was cold aua clouci j ; and until warm genial rajs of eun ehine appeared abont the middle of the day and dispelled the gleom it was feared teat the usual bad luck in weather that his so persistently would sgain interfere to mar the pleasure of this popular May reunion. As it turaed out a delicicusly mild afternoon, brightened bysaa ehine and fresh breezes, made matters very en joyable; in fact a mare auspicious day oould hardly have been wished for. Several drags, tooled down by their owners, arrived on the gronnd shortly before 1 o'clock, while a large number of priv...

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THE CUP DAY—MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

The Ccp Day— May 5. Stewards— Sir John Morphett, Han. John Orozier, Mr. TV. B. KounseveU, M.P., Mr. F. W. Stokes, Hon. G. C- Hawker, Hon. Ji. O. Baker, Mr. P. Levi, Mr. H. B. Hughes. Judge —Mr. B. W. Bagot. Starter— Mr. John McDonald. Handicapper— Mr. Henry Hughes. Secretary— Mr. S. Barnard. In fpitecf the gloomy prognosticationssf many, tbe second day of the S.A J.C. Autumn Meeting was a fins and an enjoyable one. In the early morning fleeting clouds that seemed in doubt as to whether they should empty themselves over tbe city or do tha correct thing and clear off, hovered ominoa*ly overhead. By noon, how ever, genial old Sol shone brightly out and put on his beet holiday appearance, dispelling fcimultaceously both clouds and doubts, and gladdening the hearts cf the many who hed made up their minds to pay a visit to the popular Morphettville pastures. Long before the hour appointed for comcaencicg, hundreds of people began to arrice on the coaiee, while the road from Adelaide to th...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

SPORTING KOTE3. Sporting vrn wilt be giad to leam that Mr. W.Keed, who has been on a visit to SaglainJ, has returned to this colccy, and looks all the better for bis trip. Young Monagban, of Adelaide, the champion 7-mile welter. Las challenged young Jos Assenbein, of Melbourne, for a 2-mile walkisg match from scratch for £25 a Bide, to take plarje ie Mtlbourne during Baker and Edwards's match. We understand that the veteran 'Williams, vho came round here from Sydney to con pete in the late six days' go-as-you-ple&se tournament, and who is at low-water mark in consequence of hi£ defeat, intends taking a. benefit shortly, for whioh be has received offers of assistance from several Adelaide amateurs. We have received the first issue of the 41 Observer Turf Guide for South Australia.' which contains a record of the last two seasons' lacing. The little volume will be of great ser vice to sporting men, and should nave a ready sale. Although seme of the np-cjuntry records are incom...

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SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

SYDNEY TURF CLUB R1CE3. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, April 30. The following are the weights for the Sydney Turf Club meeting to-day: — ELT HAMD1CAP. Bt. lb. st. lb. Sapid Bay ... 9 8 The Exeter ... S 6 Canary ? 8 13 Zulu ? 6 4 His Lordship ... 8 10 Illumination ... 6 4 Uresnick ... 7 12 Weet Country The Gem ... 7 10 Dick ... ... 8 8 Etna ? 7 10 Dictator ? 5 12 Stella ? 7 6 Guilders ... 5 12 Courtensy ... 7 6 Barmaid ? 5 10 Verdict ? 7 2 Mistletoe _ 5 10 AJB.C ? 7 8 Sweet Chutney... S 7 Mundie ? 7 0 Primrose ... 5 7 Marmora ... 6 12 Oarrisima ... 5 7 Black Segle ... 6 18 Julian ? 5 7 fr^**1 ffrHHPT.17nryA||^|gt Helmet ? 12 0 Jupiter... ...9 3 Hotspur ... 10 7 Master Lynnc. S 0 Lady Kipon ... 10 5 Wrangler ... 9 0 Radical ... 10 2 Oaunclllor ... 8 10 Forest King ... 10 0 Secret ? 8 7 Pearl Diver ... 9 8 Montana ... 8 0 Beaella ? 9 S

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THE BATHURST COURSING MEETING. Sydney, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE BATKURST COURSING MEETING. [By Telegraph.! [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, May 5. A commencement was made with the Derby secend ties, three of the five dogs in which belonged to Mr. J. Weir, who evidently has one of the crack kennels of the season. All of the stakes fell to him, as Wisdsor beat Knave and Waterloo beat Eeitfe, leaving Wellington to run a bre. Tbe third ties were ran pro forma in order to put Mr. Weir's dogs on equal terms with the vvianer of the Oaks. In the run off for Mr. Gardiner's Cup Welling ton proved victorious. JSoulette was drawn fcr tee Oaks by Mr. RouKsevell in favor of another representative, Rosebud, who got a terrible grueller single-handed. Linnet, her competitor, in absence of Theb&is, drawn lame, got on ngntiy in a oye, owing to tne out sighting, which makes Mr. Lamb's puppy the ftrong favorite. Hopbine is greatly in favor for Cup honors on the strength of bis brilliant running in the first and second ties, but in de feating Harkawa...

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THE RANDWICK MEETING. [By Telegraph.][From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE EiKDWlCE MEETLMG. [By Telegraph.] j (^Frorn our owz- Correaponacnt.] There vras a moderate attendance at S-«ub- daj'e rceeticg. The weather was delightful. The Governor and party were present. There were gcod fields. The following wsre the retails: — 1 cek Cixe Handicap. — Rapid Bay, 1 ; Swan, 2; Pcntiff, 3. BettiDg— 5 to 4 against Rapid Bay, S to 1 Canary aud Sffan. Time— 2 min. 14 4-10th cec. HntDix P. ace.— Wrangler, 1; Hatter, 2 Radical, 3. Time— 4 min. 25 5- 10th sec. Skllihg TtATE.— Lady Superior, 1 ; Croydon, 2 ; Barmaid, 3. The winner was left at the poet, bnt made np gronnd rapidly. Betting — 2 to 1 Lady Superior, 2 to 1 Orovden. Time— 1 min. S3 sec. SiEEri-EcnASE. — Lady Kipon, 1 ; Jupiter, 2; fceeret, 3. Betting— 5 to 4 Lady iiipan. Time— S min. 12 5 10 sees. CoBiHTKiAK Cup. — Rival, 1; Jaliau, 2; Ijlicgten, 3. Setting— 2 to 1 Esmond, 5 to 4 Islington. Time— 1 rcia. 5 8-10 sees. Eli Handicap.— Rapid Bay, 1 ; Primro3i«, 2 ; Childere, 8. Won very easily. A bad start was...

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THE CASTERTON RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

TEE CASTERTON RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne. April 29. The Casterton races yesterday were highly successful. Pathfinder won the Maiden Plate, Tcung Alfred the Handicap Hurdle, Mac the Flticg Handicap, snd MedaUion. the Stewards' Cup. The Selling Hurdle fell to Goldfish, Blue slou being second, and Paddy the Larrikin, third. The Glenelg Handicap was won by Star, with Magic second. ,Tha Handicap Steeple chase tell to Hector, Liberty being second; eight started, and the race was won in a canter. The Forced Handicap was carried off by Hosing Alfred, Medallion being second.

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THE WEEK'S RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

THE WEEK'S ilALNFALL. The following is the rainfall between 9 am. on Friday, April £9, an-l the same hoar on Thursday, May 6, 1681:— Port Darwin ... 0 140 1 Wentworfch^SW l«8O Sontbport ... 0-02O I Overland Corner 1-790 Ardrctsan {... 0-070 I Blanchetown ... 2-220 Charlotte Wlrs 0-015 \ Kiverton ... 0-130 Farina ? 0590 Kapunda ... 02oJ BeltaLa ... 0 290 Trnro ... .» 0300 BlinmBn ... 0 060 Tannnda ... 0-200 Wilmington ... 0 8S0 Gawler ... 0-090 M-elzote ... 0-615 MaBTium ? 0360 Laora ? 0167 Mount Pleasant 0-110 Caltowie ... 0-440 Gumeracha ... 0020 Jantttown ... 0 310 Mount T«rrens 0-210 Gladstone ... 0-120 Tarcowie ... 0095 Nanidy ... 0180 Blyth ? 0210 GtoTgttown ... 0320 Adelaide ... 0-020 Yaroowie ... 0*435 Strathalbyn ... OfliO KoorUga ... 05S8 Euola ... m 0150 ToDgala ... 0-810 Fowler's Bsy ... 002a Saddieworth ... 0*180 Cape Jervia ... 0 010 FaneU's Flat... 0200 Port Elliot ... 0060 Clare ? 0210 Goolwa ... 0090 Auburn ... 0130 Meningie ... 0170 Hojleton ... 0*070 Kingston ... 0...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

IMPOUNDING NOTICE3. WEETULPA, J. Quintrell— Eed and white poly iitiftr, yoke on neck, indistinct brand near rump. To be sold May 11. WALLOWAY.M.H. Hart -Strawberry bul lcck, like D near shoulder; red bullock, cook boms, tip off near ear, illegible brand near ribs; white bullcck, cock horns, tip and back notoh ntT *-»?- fin brand visible : fitrawberrv hnllnp.lr tip and back notch off ear, scar on back, like JT off lump. To be sold May 3D. T3UMDL4, W. Tapper — Had and white spotted cow, near horu shelled, like \YB off rump, like K near runjD, tlit near ear. To be sold May 12. HALLBTr, D. C. Worrell— Tellow cow, like DfD (£ reversed); brindle cow, no braad visitlu ; brindle calf, no bland visible. To ba sold May 18. CALTOWIB, T. A. Cook— Bay horse, white spot iu forehead, white spots on back, Uttla. whits ou front feet, like D3 over TE csnjoiaed over M Hear shoulder. To be sold Mav 26. GEOKUBTOWN, M. Ford-Bsy Shetland mare, four Wack points, black tail aud mine, taddlF-niarkcd, no bran...

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Sporting News. RACE TO CORT MAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

j%0riittg |§tof8. EACSS TO C0^3. ; Mat. ? I 7. CcKiIvskvn S.A.-I.-J. Crp Mebtiho. ' 2-S. £?, 2?, 28. A_P.O. Qcesx's BiaTdDiY I tf.hfilSO. 24. GcTEEXMy_,T GoksKaces.— Nominations, April 26 : &c'ontances. Hay 10 ; genera: eatries, 24. Yekina Baces. Jcnb. 1, 2. Kapukda Races. — Nominations -Isy 2, V and So. Acceptances Handicap and Steeple, May 33. 20. Newhabxbt (S.iJ.O.) Accassiosr Kbet ING. JttT. 6. Hocst Gaubieu Steeplechase Meeting. S3. V.H.O. Winter Steeplbchasb Meeting. ?— E&tiies,JuIy 0. August. 6. Dose's Bibthd*t (S-AJ.O.) Newji&hxet Meeting. 6. 1. AJELO. WnrrBB Meeting. Seftembes. S.A.J.C. Spbihg Mebtxsg. OCTOSEB. 29. V.R.O. Sfbiko MEErrara.— First day (Derby snd Mariby rnong Plate). NOVEMBBB. 1. V.E.C. Speiso Meetiso (0 ip Diy).— Kominaticns for Melbourne Cap, Jane 6' ; weights, June 22 ; forfeits, August S, October 33, 3. V.E.C. Speibo Meeting. — Third day (Outs). 5. V.K.O. Spring MEEnNO. — Fourth daj ?Steeplechase). Gtnerel entries, Oosober 13. 4Iat,...

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District Councils. APOINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

gtekt temtak. APOINGA. April 30.— Eo quorum.

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NEALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

NEALES. ' April 30.— Present— Cre. Appelt (chair), Feurherdt, Hunter, and H»ge. Respecting neiv road, J. Sporn wrote informing council they could see deed of section 49 any time at his residence. Cr. Hunter reported several rate payers had complained ef the rough state of the road beyond Kieman's mill; overseer to have the same repaired. Receipts, £21 ; payments, £22 7e.6d.

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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

NOAELUNGA. May 2.— Present — Crs. Pavy, JJ?.,Teakle, and Holly. Eontine business only. Batee collected, £43 17s. ; payments £26 10s.

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NURIOOTPA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

NUEIOOTPA. May 2-Preeent— AIL Beceived letter from Barotea West District OoubcU; to be acknow ledged. Mr. J. McNeil wrote as to repairing road near his sections ; no funds available for ib» purpose at vretent. Mr. J. O. Arnold asked to get read metalled near King's Belt ; so funds available at present Mr. J. Hennessey wrote respecting removing stones froai a district road ; left to Cr. Kriebel to arrange. Clerk and Cr. Kriebel to inspect road complained of by Mr. O. Eoberrs. Permission granted to Cr. Bn'snson to expend £C on Soppelt'a-roid ; aba to Cr. McCallum to get metal broken and put on roads in Freeiing Ward at £1 per chain. Permission granted to Cr. Kriebel to fence ia rosd between section 176 and Sep pelt's road providing he left slip-panels. Cr. Schmasl pro posed tt.it seven chains of read should ba metalled at Tehaian's Hill, New Mccklenbsrg Waid; not granted. Extra work a'. Wehr'a Ford amounting to £15 to be paid, providing the w-Dg walls are carried up sloping to the too...

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PARA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

PARA WIREA. April 30.— Present— Crs. Scott (chair), Bow den, and Bowman. Order made by the CDuncil as comiriiEsicners of roads fur opening and closing roads through Messrs. Lippett's and Head's lends. Deputation from Hermitage applied for rcpa:r3 to boundary-roa.4. Chair man to wait on Te^trcs Gully Council in ord%r to arrange some system of co -operation in keep ing this line iu order. Mrs. Nobe'a .services as rsDger diepeced with owing to survey of waito lands. Deputation from Spring Gully applied for opening a new line ef road from there towaros the WiliUmetown ani Chain of Pondi lite, also lor a footbridge across Brown's Creek; cfcaintan to examine toe former, and overseer the latter. Clerk to write to F. H. Hoad tn pneeed at 01 cs with completion oE his fence on tbe Prairie- road. Ecseipts, £23 0s. 10d.; pay- ments. £107 5». Sd. ?

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY 5. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

GOVERNMENT GAZETTK, Thuesdat, May 5. QUBEM'S BIBTHDiY. TucEcay, the 2-th instant, being tie anniver sary of the birth of Her AlO3t Graoious Usjerty tbe Queen, will be observed as a public holiday. His Excellency the Governor will hold a levee at Government Howe at nooa on that day. Gentlemen availing themselvbi of the privilege of private entree are requested to attend at a quarter to 12 o'clcsk precisely. All gentlemen attending tbe levee are dej;rei to appear ta asuorm, ronr**, or iuii evouing cos&ume, aua na provide tbeuieelveB with two c^rd^, with t!ia Lame legibly written or printed thereon. EOAHHS OF ADV.CE. The following geDtlemen are appointed to ba members of boards of advic9 tor the nader n-enti. nrd school districts, viz. :— Masses. Hohcrt Kelly, J.P., Frifidrich August Benfeen btein, John Dufty, Yankalilla; and Eaeder War nuDgton, J.P., Wallaroo. Tne reeignatrons of tbe following gecilernaa are accepted as members of boards of advice foe tbe undermentioned school...

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MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

MOUNT BARKER, May 2.— Present — Ors. Paltridge (chair), Watts, Stephenson, and Daw. Tender accepted — Contract 235, John Wedd'«, at £2 7s. 6d. per chain; to be completed by Jcne 20. Slaughter ing-licences granted to Messn. Walter Pater tea, Lute Wfitto, and Edward Yates. The chairman and Cr. Daw retire by rotation, and Or. Watts by ballot, lieceipts, 19s. : pay ments, £53 Ss. lid.

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MUNNO PARA EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

MUNKO PAEA EAST. May 3.— Present— Crs. W B. Sells (chair). Fatenon, and Clear. Munno Para West Council wrote, stating that if the JIucnD Para East Council would refund all the rates collected in tbe Munno Para West portion if Gawler gouthfortbe past fourteen years $£37 would co -operate in repairing tho division ns^d In Ford street. Day-men and team to be put on the Gawltr-road. Becoipts, £24 6i. 8d. ; payments, £56 6 j.

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LEFEVRE'S PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1881

LEFE VBE'S PENINSULA. May 2 —Present — Crs. Lovely (caair), Brunei!, Mead, Wcolnough, and Harris. W . G. Bcndeli wioie as to footpath in Union-street, and Williaru Entsell respecting footpath in fioLt of his property. W. Heslop asked leave to place culvert through footpath. Duncan Brown applied for a crossing fist end of railway platform, Semaphore, 11 om Main-road to foot, prth en seuth side ; Thomas Grierson requested to bave road extended to his house. Crs. Harris and chairman retue by rotation and Or. Mead by ballot. Besolved that tbe requests of Messrs. linnds.il and Eussell be complied with, and Mr. Besd fign contract that permission be granted to Mr. Heslop to place culvert through footpath ; that tbe surveyor attend to Mr. Brown's request; that a reply be senttoCiptatn Griereon that the funds will not admit of doing the work asked bj him ; that the consideration of Mr. Squires' application for compensation stand over, and that cheque be drawn in his favor for £20 on account ...

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