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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

Easiness Sotaeas. I RBYKELL A1TO REINEOKE, tAMP AND FINANCIAL A'Q _-iTa -ORB— KS 0H_— ISEKS, VICTOEIA-SQUAEE WEST. Every description of business connected vritt Land or Hone; eonducted. Several Thousand Poanils TO LEND AT 6, 65. and 7 per cent., ' according to nutate of Freehold Security. Z_nd boaght or sold, Government land gb!« attended, purchases from GovernmeHt co_. pleted,ana Mortgages, lieases, and All documents cod Beeted with land prepared titles obtained, and Surveys undertaken. 1325:323 Tyr o T ii c i~ — r- J. HASTWBLL & SONS Have a law of their nell-kuomj WINNOWEKS FOE DISPOSAL, ftpply at Two Wells or Jiallala Early appli cations necessary. t305t BLedieaL, ? ^~ The Great Blood Purifiers ! Qnaranteea to be an JnlaUiblecuref or Scrof _la in Its worst forme, stubborn, deep-seatca Uleerfl, SypMUs, primary, toeondary andtcr ttatr: __mor«, Fool Krnptlons, Old fioras, BbeamatUm, nndsUa-eascBoreorei produced by bad blood or humors. ?BEISTOL«SXTGAS-COATEDPHXQ CUBE ALL LIVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

Br»perr«n*-Ht&Hig. ^K THB1HW3K) ^P JJrapory Forwardedto all parts of the ?Colony at Adelaide Prices. - s», ^aed^S, HINDCES-STfiBBT, aadJOS,.. BUKDLB-SXBBBT, ADELAIDE. BK&EESZ ABB CLOTHING, 'VPHOLES A3jE AND EETAJL. Wehaxe daiincibe^ast year forwarded no let* than FIVE HUKDKBD of oar noted Drapery Sales to nil parts-of the colony. ?Chose who Beudjonoe send again, thus testify mgto-tbMiop&larity and satisfaction given by auVbalaqstem. Wewarrant all goods perfect, „& endeavor in. allcasee to merit a oontiBuanoe .liason- once granted, ^'WtnterBale, £5 Ladies' ale. inairlaigeBIaakets. &X*diei' Chemises I fnrgff Mirf*1'* Q''t 6:paixs Drawers lOyardatOoodSheeting; .4 Nightgowns SO yards Strong! Oalico 4 Ladies' Camisoles ISStrong Gotlan.Tick 3 -Ladle*' Petticoats aGWinosyOressTweed 3 Obildren'.s Ohemises lOGoed Welnh-fflannal B^taus-Drawers; 6;dk8faappiiwXweed aNigUgowu iil th* atone ai» ,3P«*tieoat», gMti.M—iiiig-TtyiM . The above are made. ^^ «£ go...

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LATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BY SUBMARINE CABLE. CROWN PROSECUTION OF THE FREIHEIT. London, Nay 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

IiATE EDITION. LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDOJR TELEGRAPH, BY SUBMARINE CABLE. [SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.] JVrom our own Oorreepondentl CROTFN PROSECUTION OF THE FREIMEIT. iLrflNDOV. Watr 5-R. g The trial of Johann Most, of 101, Great Titchfield-etreet, editor and part proprietor of the German newspaper the Freihat, the organ of the Social Democrats, has been brought to an end. Prisoner had been in gaol since Thursday, March 31 , on which day he /was committed for trial on the charge 'that he did on March 19, 1881, and on divers other days, within the Metropolitan Police district, print and publish, and cause and procure to be printed and published in a certain paper called the Freiheit, a scandalous, wicked, and malicious libel of and concerning Alexander IL, Emperor of Kuesia, who was murdered at St. Peters burg on March 13, and ot and concerning the said murder ; and did in and by the game libel encourage and endeavor to persuade divers persons unknown, to whom the same was publishe...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES. [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, May 26. A man named Btapleton, at Kiama, has been fined in all £17 for iU-treating an apprentice girl. Five hundred loads from a claim at Temors has yielded 11 dwts. per load. All the claims report satisfactorily. A suspicion arose yesterday that a Chinese female infant, living in thelowerendof Qeorge etreet, had been attacked with smallpox. Two Government medical offioers were called in, and Quarantined the home and the people living in it. The police are in charge. After an examination to-day the doctors deoided to con tinue the isolation of the house and its inmates, although not certain whether the disease which had broken oat was smallpox or ohiokenpoi. Two wooden {booses at Faddington were bnrned down this morning. The fire broke out in the lower floors, and the children in the hootes were lowered from the balcony by means of bedelothing. The steamer Wakapitu, from New Zealand, has brought a number of workmen from that col...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

COLONIAL TELE&BAMS. VICTORIA. rProHi our own OorresDondeni.1 Melbourne, May 26. The Minister 01 Railways is inaugurating a system for securing an improved supply of pro visions-Bt refreshment rooms on the Victorian railways. They will be let at fixed rentals in* stead of by tender, and no person will be allowed to have more than one. The reports of the mining surveyor for the first quarter of the year enow that the total quantity of gold obtained from quartz is 184,868 onnceB, and o( alluvial gold 18,477 ounces. Specie has been expsrted to the valui of £481^63. The breach of promise case, Scales v. Wilson, ?et down for hearing on Monday, has beea amicably settled. The Ferret case was resumed to-day at the Police Court. Griffin, the chief engineer, eon tinned his evidence, and Bdward Blyth (the eecend eDgineer), the third engineer, the carpenter, and a sailor, were also examined The Fire Brigades demonstration at EiUarat ?was held to-day. The weather was fine, bat the Attenda...

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ARRESTS IN IRELAND. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

ARRESTS IN HtELAND. London, May 21. The activity of the agents of the' Irish. Land League continues to keep the country in a state of much excitement. The authori ties are doing their utmost to cope with the situa1'»n, and full use is made of the powers confeiredby the Disturbances Act. Within the past few days a number of important arrests Lave been made, including the Rev. Mr. Sheehy, Roman Catholic priest, who has been delivering exciting and seditious harangues to the people.

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. PARIS, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. Pabis, May 21. Information has been received of the recent deposition of the Bey of Tunis by the Sultan. The French Government de clare their intention of upholding the Bbv, maintaining that it is not within tbe power of the Porte to remove him. Further fighting has taken place in Tunisian territory between the French column recently reported to be advancing towards Tunis and some Arab tribes, the latter being everywhere repulsed, with con siderable loss on both sides. Towns situated to the westward of the City of Tunis are now occupied by the French. Earl Granville, Secretary of State fol Foreign Affairs, Las sent an important despatch to tLe British Ambassador at Constantinople bearing on the present criti cal state of affairs with regard to Tunis. The British Government emphasise the necessity of maintaining intact British ' commercial and other privileges at present secured by treaty between the two coun tries.

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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN ITALY. ROME, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN ITALY. Roue, May 21. Signor Sella, who last week was en trusted by King Humbert with the forma tion of a sew Ministry, has to-day intimated to His Majesty that he has been unable to accomplish the task.

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VICTORIAN COURSING CLUB. THE DERBY AND OAKS. Melbourne, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

*''' VICTORIAN OOUESING 13LVB. The Derby and Oaks. Tito Tn]RimtT)h--| [From our own Correspondent. ) Melbourne. May 20. The Derby and Oaks meeting in connection with the Victorian Coursing Club was continued at Digger's Best to-day. OAKS STAKES. Bosalie beat Victor, Xarawena beat Sol Fa, Tutu beat Finnoe, Rose of Australia beat Tui, Miss Janet beat Edina, Glycera beat Floraline Alice Lee beat Tangi. Second Course— Secret beat Bosiere. Touos Stella beat Maggie Eose, Scissors beat Contest, Clove beat the Duchess of Bucoleuoh, Chatterer beat Badinage, K.ew Lilly beat Grayfase, Bosalie beat Cinnamon, Boss of Australia beat Tarawena, Miss Janet beat Tui, Glycera beat Nanoy Lee. DERBY STAKES. Second Course. — Talboys beat Say the. Young Bobin beat Eewa, Master Harry beat Plato, Latee beat Ellesmere, Sir Peter beat Oashbox, Royal Standard beat Wine Cup, Tavinni beat Franciscan, Grand Flaneur beat Shy Sam. Third Course.— Talboys beat ~?oung Bobin, Lutee beat Master Harry, Sir Peter beat fio...

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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

MAEINE BOARD. Thgbsdat, Mat 18. Present — Captain B. H. Ferguson, 8.M. (president), Mr. J. Formby, Captain A. MoOoy, J.P., Captain J. W. Smith, J.P., and Mr. S. D. Glyde, J.P. (warden), and Mr. T. N. Stephens (secretary). The Pbbbtdent reported that the second screw mooring had been satisfactorily laid down at Wallaroo. There were fourteen moorings in all to be placed there. The Agent-General advised the shipment of twelve planks of American elm. The Bngineer-in-Ohief forwarded a report from the surveyor of the department on the proposed site for a jetty at Lipson's Cove. The surveyor said that in sounding the water at Lipson's Cove he had found the depths to be much the same all round about, and he had chosen a rite in the most sheltered place. The jetty if 580 feet long as proposed, would have at its outer end 18 feet 6 inches depth of water. There was some difficulty about a good road to it, but it oould be overcome by the looal board of main roads negotiating an exchange. In ans...

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TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT. London, May 25. Information has been received of a terrible steamboat accident in America, ac companied by heavy loss of life. The accident occurred at London, in the pro vince of Ontario, Canada, where an excursion steamer crowded with passen gers suddenly capsized, and 175 persons were drowned.

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THE BEY OF TUNIS. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

THE BEY OF TUNIS. London, May 25. The information received a few days ago to the effect that the Sultan of Turkey had deposed the Bey of Tunis for signing the recent treaty with France, on the ground that he bad exceeded the rights conferred on tiTm by his Suzerain, is now declared to be totally deyoid of foundation.

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THE EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. DOTEREL. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

THE EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. DOTEREL. London, May 25. Detailed information has now been re ceived by tbe Admiralty from Commander BJebsid Evans and other survivors from H.M.S. DotereL, which was lately destroyed by explosion in Magellan Straits. Com mander Evans states that two explosions took place on board, one shortly after the other, at 10 o'clock on the morning: of April 26, while the ship was lying at anchor off Sandy Point. The vessel was completely destroyed, and there is no clue whatever to the cause of the explosion, which still remains a mystery.

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TURKEY AND GREECE. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

TURKEY AND GREECE. Constantinople, May 24. ''The negotiations which have been carried on for some time past between the Ambas sadors of tbe Powers and the Pertevrith regard to the proposed rectification of the Turto-Greek frontier haye at length been brought to a satisfactory conclusion, a convention between Turisey and Greece having been signed to-day by the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The terms formally agreed ?upon have not yet transpired.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

COMMERCIAL. London. May 24. Tin is quoted at £86 6b. per ton. At the wool sales to-day 10,100 bales were catalogued. The tone of the market ?was strong.

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DEATH OF SIR W. P. ADAM. CALCUTTA, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

DEATH OF SIB W. P. ADAM. Calcutta, May 24. (» His Excellency tbe Bight Honorable Sir 'William Patrick Adam, G.O.B., died to day after a short illness.

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. SURZ, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

-? O.UEENSiiAND 'Mifta^ ?Bdmmxas. Tte Briti&-lud&-(^amsnij-£phjje'jassa . vi.tb/£r^lieh^{tijs'w ^MSSMsaeii arii red ;.;.-, litre jesttidLT. '.I-i^:ii,xiji ;i-a ?' ' ?-' ?:.u '?.;.?;;?- u-'i =:'iar»K3li-i:i ? ? ?

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MAILS FOR QUEENSLAND. PORT SAID. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

Tvtatt-S FOE QUEENSLAND. Pobt Said. Mav' 23. The British-India steamer Chyebassa eailed hence for Queensland to-day.' BATATF^Mar'23. The Almora sailed yesterday forj-QueenS'* land. ' ?-. ?-;?.?.-.,.-: ,. .;-.,-,. -. - ;.

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THE COMMONAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

THE COMMONAGE QUESTION. A deputation, consistingof Messrs. A. H»dy, M.P., and R. W. B. Henning, M.P, members for Albert, and Messrs. May and Stoaght, repre senting landholders in the Hundred of Boaaey, waited on the Commissioner of Crown Laado (tbe Hon. T. Playford) ou Monday morning, May 23, and presented the following petition: — ' We the UHdenigned landowners in the Han dred ot Bonney view with deep regret tas de privation of oar commonage, and do hereby pray that you will take- into your honorable consideration the gross injus tice about to be perpetrated upon the owners of property in this neighborhood. We in public meeting assembled do hereby pray you to grant unto us the same privileges we have already enjoyed. Upon tbe understanding of a right of commonage we purchased oar laud.' Signed by twenty-two landholders in the neigh borhood. M. Hahdt said that although it might be for the benefit of the country to cut the csmmonage op into small blocks which could be leased, yet it ...

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LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS—NORTH DISTRICT. PORT AUGUSTA—TUESDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1881

LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS NORTH DISTRICT. Poet Augusta. — Tuesday, May 17. Present— Mr. J. E. Goodiar (chairaiin), acd Messrs. Burgojne and Jones comraUsioaern. A letter was read from the Crown Linds Office, giving authority to erect statioamen's huts on the roads northward. The Oommireioner of ..Public Works wrote with leferenee to the shed required by the board at the back of the offios of the baard, Port Augusta, statute that the estimi-.sd cost of the shed was £229, and. the t^hi'mfc had resolved that it is not the duty of ? - Government to provide stabling for the ofluerd of tiie board. Besolved that the seoretary write, stating that, the stable is required far patting the working horsefl belonging to the board 'into as well as those of the commissioners attending .the meetings of the baard, aud that tbe whole can be done for the sum of £159, and is urgently required. The Corporation of Fort Augusta wrote, asking for a copy of surveyor's report on the road from the main road to...

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