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AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

AUSTRALIAN MAILS. London, May 5. Australian mails via Naples, which left Adelaide on April 2, per Orient liner Colo paxi, were delivered in London to-day.

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RESIGNATION OF MINISTRY AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. CAPE TOWN, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

RESIGNATION OF MINISTRY AT TEE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. CapkTown. Mav 6. The resignation of the Ministry of Mr. Gordon iSprigg has been tendered to, aud accepted by Sir Hercules Robinson.

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AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL. NATAL, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL. Natal, May 5. Recent advices from the Transvaal re port thatthenative Africaninha.bitant8sb.ow signs of great hostility towards the Dutch Boers, to whom they decline to remaiu subject. Their attitude of late has been threatening, and they openly announce their intention of rising in force as soon as the British troops now occupying the ter ritory withdraw across the frontier. TaU action of the natives tends greatly to com plicate questions remaining for discussion by the Royal Commission.

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Mail News. OUR LONDON NEWS LETTER. London, March 25. THE EMPEROR ALEXANDER III. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

U£til fjMirs, OUR LONDON JSEWS LETTEK. fFiom OUT own fJanesnandent.i London, March 25. THB £UFZR0R ALHYITenffg m_ The chief news from St. Petersburg during the past week has not been marked by feverish excitement. I have already informed you of the discovery of a mine with a great quantity of dynamite connected with an eleotrio wire leading to a small shop in a street leading oat of the Kevsky Prospect. The Ozar often passed that way to and from the Winter Palace, and from these diabolical preparations it was evident that his life would sooner or later have been taken. The above discovery and the failure generally to unearth the Nihilists has brought disgrace upon uenerai uaia nieuson, who ana resigned his position as Chief Director of Police, bat bas been requested to hold office for a time till other arrange meats have been made. Several high officials in the engineering department were also sus pended owing to their neglect to foUow np a clue they had in reference to the mine afo...

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KOMINATION FOR SHERIFF. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NOMINATION FOR SHERIFF. London*, May 10. The Right Hon. William McArthar» M.P., Lord Mayor of London, 'has nomi nated Mr, Ogg as one of the sheriffs for London and Middlesex.

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COMMERCIAI. LONDON. May 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

COMMERCIAL. London. Mav 9. Consols are 102|. Tin is £88 per ton. A further fall of Is. has taken place in Adelaide wheat.

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THE HOP CROP. LONDON. May 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE HOP CROP. London. Mav 9. Reports received from the hop grounds in the County of Kent are favorable, and an excellent crop is expected.

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AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

AUSTRALIAN MAILS. London, May 10. Australian and JNew Zealand mails via Brindisi, which left Melbourne per R.M.S. Bokhara, were delivered to-day. The Aus tralian and New Zealand mails, via San Fiancisco, were also delivered to-day. m

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. PARIS, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. Pabis, May 10. The French Government have issued iti tractions to their ambassador at Constantinople to notify to the Porte that should any Turkish troops be despatched to Tunis at the present juncture the action will be considered as a cams belli. Further information from the general in command of the forces in Tunis nas betn received. He reports that he is now in possession of the stronghold of the Kioumins.

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EARLY EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BY SUBMARING CABLE. THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

EARLY EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND X.ORD33 TELEGRAPH. ? ? BY StTBMABIKB CABLit TSPECLAZ TELEGRAMS.! ? (From our own Correspondent.] THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. Lojtdox, May 10, The Postmaster-General (tie Right Hon. Henry Fawcett) agrees that the mails for England per the contract steamers shall leave Melbourne at daybreak on Tuesdays, and has commuEicated -with the Secretary of State for India on the subject, who is expected to concur in the arrangement.

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EXPORTS FROM PORT WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

sspQa3S-EaoM:3ppof^,\v-A]CBramj-- - The following is a return. of tbe exports from PortWakefield Jferihe fiktoight ending May 7:— Coastwise. — Wheat, 742 b»gs=3,154 -bushels; flour, 3,019- bsgt; psllard, S^ tons; bain, Si too*; chaff, 1 ton; hides, 6; »hcep»icUn, b boodles. .i :..-... .. . - --.iii,,.,^,.. ,

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THE LAND DIFFICULTY IN SCOTLAND. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE LAND DIFFICULTY IN SCOTLAND. JLoxDOJr, Hay 10, An agitation hafi been started in Scotland in favor of a comprehensive Land Bill being brought into the House of Commons by the Government, -which shall pirovide for a settlement of the land question in that part of the United Kingdom. Arrangements are being made for holding public meetings in Edinburgh, Glasgow, and other large centres of population, for a discussion of the subject.

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PKQDTJOB. ?WHOLESiXE MEAT.MAESET. Wholesale prices of carcass meat daring the week have been— Prime beef , 30s to 32s 6d per 11 Gibe; second quality, 20s to 25s. Sheep, cross bred and meimos, offered ; best crossbred -wethers. 18s. to 20s. others from 14s. to 16a.; ewes, 13s. to 15e.; seconds, 10s. to 12s.; best merino wethers, 14b. to 15s.; others from lls. to 13s.; ewes,0s. to lls.; fat lambs, 16s. 6i.j others, 6s. upwards.— May 12. TAUHISBB AMDFBLLMOKGBES'aOOBS. Bones, J62; hoofs. and .knuckles, £3; shank bones, from i# to £9; hides, best heavies, 3.^d. to 5£d per lb; horns, up to 28s; pelts,, 9d to 3s la ; calfskins, 3d. to 7d. pet lb. ; kangaroo skins, op to is. par lb ; = greasy wool, 6d. to 10d.— Msy 12. T&UTT AHD VEGETABLES. Almonds, 7d. per lb.; lemons, 1b. to Is cM. per dozen; figs (dry), Is. per lb.; oranges, 12s per box; raisins, Sd. per lb.; walnuts, 7d. per lb.; rmib&rb, 3d per lb; banasas, none; apricots, note ; cherries, n...

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THE GREEK ARMY MUTINOUS. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE GREEK AEMY MUTINOUS. London, May 10. Since the late settlement of the frontier difficulties betweea Greece and Turkey a great amount of dissatisfaction has existed amongst neatly all classes of the population in the former country, and to-day intelli gence his been received from. Athens to the effect that the Greek army have exhi bited decided symptoms of mutiny. The loyalty of several of the officers is sus pected, and a very uneasy feeling has been created in the capital.

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NEW SOUTH WALES PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

KEW SOUTH WALB8 PSODHOE MARKBX. The following is Mr. John Bridge's weekly report, dattd April 28:— Fat cattle were again in fnll supply, and prices rather easier ; bast pens 12s 6d to 13s 6d per 100 lbs. Fat sheep were also plentiful, but prices remained good, about 9,000 being yarded on Thursday, ail of which sold -readily at from Is 6d to 8s 6\i for light to 8s for medium, and Se 6d to 11s 6d for best. Lambs — All depende-i agaia-on quality; bert up to 12sj medium, 7e to 8d; ? inferior, 2s 6i to 5s. Oalves sold as a rule at 8s to 30s. Pigs sold well this week — that is, fair and best quality were -worth 3d to 4d-per lb. Wool.— No lots coming forward to guide as to values jnst now, and of course -all eyes are turned to wards the London market,- where the sales will open in a few days. Sheepskins sold freely at 3Jd to 4Jd for medium, -and Sd to 6M fer good. Sallow remains in good- demand for shipment at £25 10s to £26 fe for beef, and £28 to £28 for mutton. Trade parcels £81 to £24....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

Busings* Sotaees* ? 'T37B beg to inform ocr Customers TT st-d Friends is the North that we will hold onr ANNUAL SAI.B8 of FilUfT-TKEBS, OBNAHBNTAL TREKS. SRKUB3. fee, in all the Principal Townnhipj in the Northern Areas. Onr stock of Fruit-trees this year are not to be surpassed in the colony, and inspection is invited at the Nurtery, Wirrabara. AU orders addressed to the Nursery will receive prompt attention. Farmer*, copy year neighbors who have maie their homes look comfortable by Pi aa ting a few Trees. H. OOPAS & C '-., Nurserymen, alS7-48 Laura and Wurabira. Drapery and. Clothing, NEW GOODS FOB AUTUMN WINTER SEASON. LEAPEET, CLOTHING, BOOTS ASH 8E0E3, IN GREAT VARIETY, AT THE OOBNBB, Bundle and Puiteney Streets. Will be fonnd u ]&ts Jim&jLm sex* J. T. FITCH ? aoowam T^-BW GOODS BY S.8. POTOSI. J. MILLEE AIW1CBS0N & OO. have received bj above Steamer tnother supply of the CBLEBRATSD GEEASB-I?iiOOF BLACK GKOS-GBAIN SILKS in four different qualitie...

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THE EASTERN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THH EASTKEN MAEKBrS. We have dates from Calcutta to 5th April. Messrs. If. W. Heilgers & Co. acknowledge re ceipt of dates from Australia to list March, and report of the market as follows:— 'Jute Fabrics. — We have still to report a very strong market, without any tendency so far to easier values. VariouB enquiries have bsen made for woolpacks end cornsacks, and althooga the offers for the latter were higher than hitherto, jet nobody appears to be inclined to pay 29.8r (equal to 51e 6d) to 30c (equal to 53s 3d) t.o.b. for July- August delivery. For May delivery S2r (.equal to 55s 9d) is asked, which is quite prohibitory to business. In twills for tbe country wane a very targe uusuitrso u emu w* have been done at 31r, which accoonts for the extreme price asked for oornsaoks. The only sales we have to record for the past fort night are 850 bales 10J woolpacks, 1.4r, equal to 2b Sd 3-lCtbe, f.o.b. April; 100 bales 11* woolpacke, l.Sr, equal to 2s 3id, f.o b. April. Of bran bag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

? medical. ? as alarming disease, afflicting a nujiekous CLASS. The disease commences with a slight derangement of the stomach, but, if neglected, it in time involves the wholtt frame, embracing Hie kidneys, liver, pan cress, and, in fact, ihe entire glandular system, and the flfflirtrri drags oat a miserable existence until death gives relief from suffering- The disease is often mistaken for other complaints; but, if the render will ask himself the following questions, he Trill be atle to determine whether he huaseif is one of liie afflicted: — Save X distress, pain, or difficulty Sn breathing after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness ! Have the eyes a yellow tinge t Does a thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accom panied by a disagreeable taste! Is the tongue coated ? Is there pain in the sides and back 2 la there a fulness about the right side, as if the liver ?were enlarging! In there coativeness] Is there vertigo or a...

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AUCTION SALES. LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

.'_. . . Jk-uoTidN Viias, ' ' . L&XD. On Saturday. May 1, Messrs. Matter* feOo, offered for sale portion .oi 3£oyal .Parkri^tato. Queenstown, near Port Adelaide, at Leslie's Scboskoom, Qaeen«*ewni -aad eooceeded in Belling- a -number of allotmaate to the jralus of 4800. - -', PEOPBBTT. J Messrs. Townsend& Son report having sold privately, under instructions from tbe attorney xi Messrs. Baker b Humbtey4.«state_{iif con t equence of the dissolution of partnership) all ? that propertv, portion of town acres Nos. 03 and S4, having a' frontage of 115 feet to Ba^t- terrace, Adelaide, together with the sheds, engine, machinery, and improvements thereon (koova as the timber-yard of Messrs. Baker & Humble} ) to Mr. O. Peacock. Toe same firm also gold, , under the same instructions, allotmssts Kos. G, 7, 8, and 9, being portion of cection 258, Hun dred and County of Adelaide, each, having a frontage of 50 feet to the mala roai from Ade laide to' PflJBebem, by a depth o...

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THE AMERICAN WHEAT CROP. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881

THE AMERICAN WHEAT CROP. London, May 10, The ?wheat crop in America is very promising, lie weather of late having been favorable to the growth of that cereal.

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