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THE PROPOSED OATHS BILL. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
THE PROPOSED OATHS BILL. London, Mav 13. In the House of Commons to-night a question was put to the Government as to the date on which they proposed to proceed with the Oaths Bill, tha object of which will be to enable those who are allowed to maie affirmation in courts of law to follow a Fimilsr course on entering Parliament. Mr. Gladstone, in reply, announced that they had decided to defer the Bill in question until nfter the passing of the Irish Land Bill now before the House. In the mean time Mr. Bradlaugh is consequently de barred from taking bis seat in Parliament.
EXCITEMENT IN ITALY. ROME, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
EXCITEMENT IN ITALY. Rome, May 13. lie intelligence received to-day that the ? of Turie had been compelled to sign a treaty whereby tbe control and administra tion of liis country, were 'virtually lamied over toiueFrtftidi Go vernment has aroused iniensii feeling and excitement in this and other cities, and a loud protest is made against tbe terms of the settlement come to. It is expected that diplomatic reprosenta- ! tior-s will be made ou the subject by t'ae ! Italian Government to l('ranc9.
THE LATE SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
THE LATE. SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ. Constantinople, May 17. Much excitement has been caused here by additional evidence bearing on the dis covery of the murder of the late Sultan Abdul Aziz. Certain facts pointed clearly to Midhat Pasha, who played a prominent part in the deposition of Abdul Aziz, as He was therefore accused of complicity in the crime, and has been deposed from the Governorship of Smyrna, to which post lie was appointed last August. Midhat, upon hearing that the Sultan had deposed him from the Governorship, fled to the French Consulate at Smyrna, and appealed to the foreign consuls for protection.
SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. London. Mav 12. Arrived — From Melbourne, Perle, schooner, sailed November 2, -via Falk land Islands January 18. From Sydney, Brindisi, s.e., sailed March 10, via Mel bourne March 13, and Adelaide March 18. London, May 16. j Arrived — From Sydney — Salamanca, ship, sailed February 0. From Lytteiton — Waimate, ship, sailed February 10. At Havre, from Melbourne, s.s. Ddcomya, sailed March 10, via Cooktown. MajtiI/A. April 1ft. Arrived — March 24. Georyns ViiJe, baTque, from Newcastle January 24. Hongkong, April 25. Arrived — April 12. Bo wen, ss., fro-n Sydney March IS: April 10. Sikh, s s., from 'Newsastle March 24; Aprii 23. fiibston, barque, from Fremantle January 25; H«ydf;n Brown, barque, from New castle February 19.
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
COLONIAL TfiLfiOHAMB. VICTORIA. [Fran our own Correspondent.1 Melbourne. 61 *y 13. Information ha' been received Utely from tbe country districts pointing unmistakably to tbe feet that the average yield of wheat this seccen will be less tban that of last. The Police Commission sat at Benalla to-day SETgeant 'WhelaB was examined aed gave an aoconct of the rapture of tbe Kellys. Other constables aieo jrnve evidence an to the fight. At a meeting of the directors of tbe Viotoriaa Hnmane Society to-day, silver medals were awarded to Mr. Houston for bis bravery oa the cccBHon 01 the torpedo accident, and to Mr. Oornow f or bis services in connection with the Kelly capture. A line of ISO tons of floor lias been plaoel at £10 10s. About 4.C03 begs of wheat were sold at4s.lljd.to5s. Melbourne, May 14, Tie Chief Secretary has forwarded the Torpeao Board's report to Onptein Mandeville in order to afford him the opportunity of officially reply* ing .to tte statements contained therein. Mr. Berr...
MINISTERIAL CRISIS AT ROME. ROME, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
MINISTERIAL CRISIS AT ROME. Rosie, Mav 13. The excitement caused by the publication of the teims of the treaty concluded be t-ween France and the Bey of Tunis con tinues uadiminished. Serious differences have arisen in the Cabinet oa the question es to wtat steps should be taken by the Government in view of the treaty. A Ministerial crisis has consequently occurred,. aid thi whole of those members who com priEe the Liberal section of the Ministry to day sent in their resignation to the King.
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
NEW ZEALAND. fFrom oar own Correspondent! Auckland. May 16. On Monday the enquiry in tbe case of the Tararua was resumed, but nothing was dis closed to show why the vessel was out of her course. The evidence showed tbat the captain had asked the company to remove Mr. Lindsay, the chief officer, who was formerly a master nnder Messrs. MoMeckan & Co. Tha difference between them was so great that Lindsay became a mere automaton nnder Garrard a orders. The etesmer was valued at £18,000, and insured for £14,000. The enquiry is proceeding. Auckland, May 18. The court of enquiry iuto tbe loss of tha Tararna has intimated its intention of charging the mates with default in causing the low o tbe steamer.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
WESTERN AUSTRAXIA,. fFromour own Correspondent.! PArlih- M«T7 Jfl It is proposed to build an extensive town hall at ITremantle. A reward ot twenty-five pounds is offered for tbe best design. H.M.S. Meda bas sailed oa the North-West survey expedition. Private gold prospecting parties are being forrced to prospect various portions of the Darling Bacge. Governor Bobinson has forwarded a despatch to tbe Secretary of Btate, refuting tbe state ments put forward by a newspaper called the West Australian with reference to the colony's finances. Governor Bobinson characterises that journal's statements as a fabric of misrepresen tations. m - — ?—