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ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. Thcesdat. Maech 24. Messrs. Jacomb, Eon, & Co. sold 1,410 bales of wool — Ex Oaklands and Holmsdale. Mover J£B— 3 gr ecrd cmbg Is 0£d,41snp Is 0J.67 If, 24 11 Ad, 15 pes 7d, 1 Ices 6d, 15 sup imbs lOd, 0 Sha. Wover JEB-al gr cmbz II £d, 37 lid, 19 lid, 23 lid, 20 If id, 16 lOd, 9 10£l, 15 p« Jd, 10 OJd, 1 dam 6hn, 16 lmbi 8M, 3 Si. JtE— 18 enp cmbg lid, 48 ngta 10.Vd, 31 cmbg 30p. 17 lW.d, 08 10 ?, 12 sorts SM, 24 pes 6&d, 10lmbs8ia, 16 8d. Ana Branch round circle— 9 gt pup cmbg 10£d, 83 lit extra ekrtd 9M, 13 2nd 8id, 2 sup dam S^d, 3 pes £$d, 2S Imbs 7£d. Tepalin— 14 7£d. Willoccra over K— G0gr9d, 1 dam 9d, 5 pss 6£d, 24 Imbs 8d. Willoclira— 60 Sid, GO 8d, 2 dam 8d, 10 poa 6Jfl, 4 lmt» 83. ~ HD— 9cmbg9d. OOover,,-67 8d. EB-1S Eid, 3 pes 6d, 2 Imbs 7M. Jtl— 10 bg'ts 8£d. JE over 8-11 8Ad. Mortlcck over 2 'in circle-70 Sid. 7C8o\ 31 8d, 13 gr 8£d, £0 dam 8d, 21 crossbred hsts 9.W, 34 9d. 10 dam Sd, SB Imbs 8£d, 1 blk 8d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
We have received from Mr. George .Bobertson a copy of the Australian edition of Mr. Justin McCarthy's 'History of Our Owa Tunes.' It consists of two volume*, which are well printed and very neatly bound. The merits of the work are so widely known, so much having been written about it at the time of its first appearance in England, that an extended notice is quite unnecessary. Mr. McCarthy's etjle is cften highly epigrammatis and never ineffective. He arranges bis facts well, and in dealing with even dry subjects is never tedious or commonplace. The work throughout is most interesting.and Mr. McCarthy has oertainly told as nobody else has ever done the history of the vety stirring times in which we live.
THE INQUEST ON TROOPER PEARCE. Kingston, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
TI1E INQUEST ON TROOPER PEAROE. [By Telegraph-] TFrom our own OorresDondent.1 Kingston. Mav 19. An irquest was held on the body of Trooper Pearoe to-day. The evidence elisitedputicalars similar to those given in my previous repDrc, nothing further ot importance being disclose i. The verdiot of the jury was as follows : — ' 3?a»t Harcy Edmunds Pearoe died from wounds wil fully and maliciously inflicted by the prisoner, Robert Johnston.' The prisoner was then com mitted for trial at Narracoorte, on a oha-ge at wilful murder.
H.M.S. BACCHANTE. Albany, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
H.M.S. BACCHANTE. (Ratter's Telegram.! Albanv. Mav 19. The rodder of H.M.S. Baeshante is to be an shipped to-morrow. If tbe detention of the vetbel is extended it is probable that the PiiLcss wiU come on to Adelaide by the mail steamer. Prince George plays in a cricket match, tbe Ship v. Albany, to-day, and there is to bs a ehootirg excursion up country to-niorro w, to last three days. The Princes are enjoying their visit here very much.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
SPORTING. The lateet scratching for tbe Cap is Biv Cry. BenoVman, Billy NnttB, Dsrebin, Odd Trick, Pltvua, President, and .Richmond arrived from Melbourne on Thursday morning by the Soiita Australian, after a capital passage. They sra all well. Owners of greyhonods are reminded tbat MoDriay next, Hl»y 23, is the last day of entry for the South Australian Coursing Ulab'd All aged Stakes, to bs run at Hindmarsb Island on tbe 31et and following dajB. Mr. S. Barnard at his new saleyards, on Fri day, olieied tbe following racehorses, who found purcbarers at good figures:— Souvenir, b.c, by Triton— Alberta 400 guineas, Hon. W. B. Bonueevell; Son Carlos, b.h, by Talkofthe Hill— Hojden, £99 15s., Mr. H. Giles; Impu dtncp, b c, 2 yre., by Tregeagle— Modesty, 140 guimaE, Mr. K. T. Moore ; Spree, b.f., 2 yrs., by Triton— Levity, 100 guineas, Mr. T. Jordan; Pot-S-OF, b f.,i!yre.,by Sir Kdmuod — Temptress, 33 guineas, Mr. K F. Broom ; Fuzbuz, b.g., by Artier— YouDg Mrrtboo, 40 guineas, Mr. J. Mc...
THE WANTS OF PORT AUGUSTA. Port Augusta, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
THE WANTS OF POET AUGUSTA.. TBy Teleeranh.1 '''' [From our own Correspondent.! Port A.ugasta, May 19. A Urge and an influential meeting, con vened by requisition, mas held in the institute here last nigbt to consider various matters of importance affecting the welfare of the port. His Worship the ;Unyor occupied the chair, and in a lengthy speech opened the proceedings, explaiiiiEg the objects for which tbe meeting had been called. Air. SIellob, J.P.. moved— ** That the time has now arrived when the in fnlvpnnv inriRdiction shonld be extandad tin fchn Local Court at Port Augusts, and that His Excellency tbe Goveraor be memorialised to constitute the Local Court, Port Angneta, a court of insolvency.' Mr. Josses seconded and Mr. Dktsdale supports i the pro potiticc, which was carried. A loog discussion then took place on tbe question of tbe price of water &t tbe port, and eventually Mr. Goocn proposed that the Government should be re quested to reduce the prtoj cf water to 2s....
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. [From onr own Oorrespondent.1 Melbourne, M»y 19. -Yiute's new appliance tor saving life was tried in the Tarn jesterday. The trial was moderately successful. Messrs. Lyell & Gownn'e financial business has been transferred to a com pan; called the Mer cantile Finance and Guarantee Association (Limited), with a capital of £100,003. At an ordinary meeting of the Harbor Trust je»terday it was decided to ask the bank ior an overdraft of £70,000. In the Assembly last night Messrs. Long-more, Gaunson, and Mirams declared themselves strongly opposed to the Government policy on the reform question. A horte trainer named Desnis Snllivan hu ehot Mr. Walter Sullivan, a selector from the Murray, with a revolver, at Flemington. The prisoner asserts that tie affair was accidental. Toe wounded man is in a precarious condition, but rosy recover. Peter Daerl was charged to-day at the Hotham Police Court with grievously wounding David Cutter. He was discharged on ...
NEW SOOTH WALES. Sydney, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney. May 19. The season's export of wool is 217,035 bile;, being an excess of 25,000 bales over that of last Beaton. A block of land and a store at the corner of Huntet and OaaUereagh streets, having a front age to the former street of 188 feet and 20 feet to the latter, lias been sold for £25,000. In the Bulletin libel case the judge charged tbe iuiv in an able and impartial manner. allowing to the press for greater privilege than had betn conceded in previous press trials. He said the nreES might be justified in commaatiag strongly, but the question was whether the article, which was a clerer one, went beyond the tiutb, was intended for the public good, or mixed up the innocent and guilty in one general condeKiDation. The jury were in consultation for sn hoar, end on returning gave a verdict for the plaintiff with one farthing damages. The judge made an order for costs. Notice of appeal bus been given. Another libel action is pending against the same paper. A d...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. WILMINGTON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
COmSTBY TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondents.] WILMINGTON. Mav 19. At a public meeting held last night at H»r vey« Hotel, Mr. P. MoHartiu in the chair.it was decided to form an agricultural and horti cultural society. Mr. S. Davenport was pro posed as president^ Messrs, A. Bristol and McMartin as nee-presidents, Mr. O. S. Holt hbUte as secretary, and Mr. O. H. Barton as treasurer, with a committee ot fifteen. The first show is to be held in August. Toe rules of the Laura society were adopted, the committee having power to amend or make additions to them. Mo effort will be spared to make it thoroughly successful. Subscription lists are to be left at the principal business places, and Mr. Holthouse has already obtained promises amounting to £38. The weatbfr is delightful, and the crops are coming up splendidly. TOST PIRIB, May 19. Messrs. Wood and Oliver have distributed all their American wheat to aboal forty farmers, so that tte rust- resisting qualities of the wheit will be thor...
ARREST OF MIDHAT PASHA. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
ARREST OF MIDHAT PASHA. Constantinople, Mav 18. I'ollowingMhe deposition of Midhat Pasha ? from the governorship of Smyrna, as formerly announced, yesterday the Sultan gave ciders for the immediate arrest of Midhat, who had fled to the French con sulate and asked the Consul's protection. They refused to give Hm asylum, and in telligence has been received from Symrna stating that he has been arrested. It is expected he will be at once brought here and placed on his trial.
AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. ST. PETERSBURG, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. St. Petebsbchg, May 18. General IgnatieS, the newly-appointed Minister of the Interior, to-day issued a circular dealing chiefly with the internal policy of the empire. The circular follows generally the line indicated by the recent proclamation of the Emperor, and announces the firm determination of the Government to extirpate the spirit of rebellion which now neivades the countrv. Allusion is made to the national religion, and the new Minister of the Interior promises that every . effort will be made to strengthen the faith and morals of the people. The heavy burdens under which the Russian peasantry at present suffer will also occupy atten tion, and endeavors will be made to alleviate them as much as possible. The resolution expressed by the Czar in his recent proclamation to maintain the auto cratic form of government is also referred to and fully confirmed. General Ignatieff in the circular extols autocracy as best suited to the empire.
AFFAIRS IN AFGHANISTAN. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1881
AFFAIRS IN AFGHANISTAN. London, May 18. A telegram has been received at the India office from Hi« Excellency the Viceroy, stating that affairs are greatly disturbed at Herat, and that several lead ing chiefo are in open rebellion against AjoubKhan. Ayoub, however, has a number of troops .with him, and it is rumored that he intends as soon as he has put down opposition at Herat, to advance on Cabul, and make an attack on the Ameer Abdurrahman.